Cape lax girls go Electric Strike Force on Caesar Rodney 22-5

Cape hosts Tower Hill at 7 p.m, Friday, May 10
Karalyn Joseph, left, is chased through the midfield by Camille Lecompte, 20, and Madeleine Card. BY DAVE FREDERICK
May 9, 2013

The Cape Henlopen girls' lacrosse team coming off their first loss in 40 games struck like lightning in an unsettled sky May 8 at Caesar Rodney, racing to a 14-1 halftime led on the way to a 22-5 victory.

The second half saw a 30-minute thunder intermission that cancelled the junior varsity game that was to follow.

“I feel bad for JV kids who lost a game and will not play against Tower Hill who cancelled the JV because of lack of players,” said Cape coach P.J. Kesmodel.

The game against Caesar Rodney was a shakedown of the Queen Anne’s performance and a run-up to the Tower Hill game which will be played under the lights of Champions Stadium at 7 p.m., Friday, May 10.

‘We’ve known since last year that Tower Hill had lots of talent coming back and we would have a big game against them if not play them again in the tournament, ” Kesmodel said. ‘Our kids are really excited about the game.”

Cape players did what they do against the Riders, which is win draws and get goals from a variety of players who can ring the bell.

Jordan Brown and Sara Young each had 4, followed by Anna Frederick, Allie Yeager and Sarah Tappan each with 3 and single goals from Kat Judge, Lexi Woodruff, Karrissa Lemaire, Riley Wagner and Karalyn Joseph.

Assists came from Yeager 3, Joseph 2 and Lemaire, Tappan, Young, Woodruff, Judge, Lizzie Frederick and Anna Frederick.

Caesar Rodney goals were scored by Christine Holden, Jacqueline Mihok, Kourtney Olsen, Jenna Rigby and Megan Card.


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