Cape lacrosse girls win 19-4 over Sussex Tech

Vikings host Saint Andrew's at 1 p.m., Saturday, May 18
Goalie Sam Broadhurst, right, and the Cape defense have kept opponents in single digits in 14 of 15 games. Queen Anne's County scored 11. BY DAVE FREDERICK
May 16, 2013

Senior Night at Champions Stadium May 15 saw the Cape girls' lacrosse team defeat Sussex Tech 19-4 and say goodbye to Anna Frederick, Sara Young and Bre Marsico.

The class of 2013 had won 66 of 69 lacrosse games played including no losses inside the state of Delaware. Anna Frederick scored four goals in the game to become Cape’s first lacrosse player to go over 200 career goals.

“We lose some great kids, but only three. I actually never had so much talent returning,” coach P.J. Kesmodel said after the game. "But now it’s time for the second season. What just happened - regular season 14-1 - doesn’t mean anything now. Our goal is to win the state championship.”

The brackets for the eight-team tournament show Cape as the top seed. The Vikings will host St. Andrew's at 1 p.m., Saturday, May 18. The winner of that game will play of the winner of Ursuline at Polytech Tuesday, May 21, at a neutral site to be determined.

The other half of the bracket has Sussex Tech traveling to take on No. 2 seed Tower Hill. The winner of that game will play the winner of Archmere versus Charter on Tower Hill’s field.

The state championship game will be played Thursday, May 23, with Dover as a possible site.

Sussex Tech finished the regular season 12-3, having lost away games on consecutive nights at Polytech and Cape Henlopen.

The Ravens' Kellen Cannon also went over 200 career goals scored.

Goals scorers for Cape versus Sussex Tech were Anna Frederick 4, Sara Young 3, Karalyn Joseph 3, Sarah Tappan 3, Allie Yeager 2 and single goals from Kat Judge, Karissa Lemaire, Jordan Brown and Lexi Woodruff.

Vikings assists were Yeager 5, Anna Frederick 2, Riley Wagner and Lizzie Frederick.

Sussex Tech goal scorers were Kellen Cannon 2, Maddy Ellenberger and Dorie Zimmerman.

Sam Broadhurst had 11 saves in the game for Cape. Taschiana Gibbs had 10 saves for the Ravens.