Cape boys fall to CR on the road

Girls’ game postponed to Valentine’s Day
January 19, 2023

The Cape boys’ basketball team dropped its second straight game Jan. 17, falling 69-61 to the Riders of Caesar Rodney. 

The Vikings (7-4) fell behind 21-16 after one quarter and 36-28 at the half. The squads matched scores in the third and fourth quarters, as the Riders (4-8) eked out an eight-point home win. 

Cape’s scoring was balanced, as Trey Leggins tallied 16, and Schell and Odin Potemski each had 14. Tyrone Tolson added eight, including two three-pointers. 

The Riders buried nine shots from beyond the arc, including three from Khalil Kemp. Kemp scored 15 in the game as one of four Riders to reach double digits. Leading the way was Anthony Aglio with 17. Isaiah Alston and Adam Bailey registered 13 and 10 points, respectively. 

Girls’ game postponed

The Cape girls’ basketball team was slated to take on Caesar Rodney in Lewes Jan. 17, but the game was postponed to Valentine’s Day, Tuesday, Feb. 14. 


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