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Cape girls’ lacrosse program sets the standard in the First State

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Published by Cape Gazette, 2018-06-04 16:13:05

A decade of dominance

Cape girls’ lacrosse program sets the standard in the First State

Keywords: lacrosse,Cape Henlopen High School,Delaware

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Cape players A decade of dominance Cape players

Cam Baldwin Cape girls’ lacrosse program sets the standard in the First State Meredith Lockwood
Leah Barry Victoria Lockwood
Meg Bartley By Dave Frederick Placement classes. That has been the profile, according Winthrop; and Eddy Shoop, Florida.   Vivian Lynn
Christina Benson [email protected] to Cape Athletic Director Bob Cilento. High-caliber players from championship teams who Alia Marshall
Tess Bernheimer Briana Marsico
Brittany Betts The 10-year run of state titles for the Cape girls’ Advancing to Division I lacrosse or field hockey elected to play Division I field hockey in college include Danielle Marsico
Jody Boyer lacrosse program, when placed within the context of forces a choice at graduation, as one of the sticks gets Kaci Coveleski, Northeastern; Caroline Judge, North- Sarah May
Christine Bristowe two-sport athletes who also played field hockey, brings racked and stacked on the front porch, likely never to eastern; Erin Ricker, Lehigh; Jacki Coveleski, Delaware; Hilary Merlo
Sam Broadhurst to 16 the number of championships won by the Vikings be picked up again. Maggie Delp, Delaware; and Tess Bernheimer, Drexel. Lola Messick
Jordan Brown since spring 2009. Lydia Miller
Talbot Buck Division I lacrosse players from the Cape program Prior to 2009, Liz Carpenter played lacrosse at Vir- Alyssa Mocci
Coryn Cannon Lacrosse teams graduated 61 seniors from the rosters over the years include Alec Perry, Highpoint; Meg Bart- ginia Tech and Lillie Lingo played for North Carolina, Emily Monigle
Mary Grace Cannon over that time period and, combined with the hockey ley, Virginia Tech; Sarah Young, Penn; Anna Frederick, while Bre Faust excelled at Old Dominion. All three Lindsay Monigle
Jackie Cannon program, most of the athletes have also earned first hon- Temple; Kat Judge, Winthrop; Allie Yeager, Winthrop; players – Class of 2007 – also excelled in field hockey.   Alison Palmer
Claire Carnevale or roll distinction while taking honors and Advanced Taylor Gooch, Temple; Lizzie Frederick, Temple; Izzy Alec Perry
Tricia Conlon Cryne, Mercer; Cailey Thornburg, Mercer; Katie Klabe, Numerous athletes have played at the Division III Sarah Rambo
Jacki Coveleski level, where it’s permissible to play multiple sports. Leigh Ann Redefer
Kaci Coveleski Paige Reed
Autumn Dailey Erin Ricker
Maggie Delp Single game Season Career Chloe Schaeffer
Catherine Egan Most points - 14 by Lizzie Frederick, May 26, 2016 Most points - 124 by Anna Frederick, 2012 Most points - 295 by Anna Frederick, 2010-13 Jillian Seker
Emily Farrell Most goals - 201 by Anna Frederick, 2010-13 Lindsay Shook
Anna Frederick Most goals - 9 by Anna Frederick, March 24, 2012 Most goals - 91 by Sarah Tappan, 2015 Most assists - 94 by Meg Bartley, 2008-11 and Eddy Shoop
Katie Frederick Allie Yeager, 2011-14 Logan Shuttleworth
Lizzie Frederick Most assists - 7 by Meg Bartley, May 21, 2011 and Most assists - 56 by Meg Bartley, 2011 Most ground balls - 174 by Alec Perry, 2007-10 Amanda Smith
Taylor Gooch Most draws won - 312 by Karalyn Joseph, 2011-14 Kelly Smith
Raelyn Grogan Lindsay Monigle April 18, 2018 Most ground balls - 61 by Alec Perry, 2008 Draw percentage - 67 percent by Meg Bartley, 2008-11 Reilly Spinelli
Lexie Heuring Most forced turnovers - 120 by Alec Perry, 2007-10 Anna Stancofski
Sarah Hyde Current head coach Lindsey Eichner had the thankless Most ground balls - 11 by Jordan Bryan, April 21, 2004 Most draws won - 205 by Meg Bartley, 2011 Most saves - 697 by Leigh Ann Redefer, 2006-09 Cape’s unprecedented championship run started when Jenna Steele
Vienna Iacona job of taking over for a legend in 2017 when the pro- PJ Kesmodel took over coaching duties in 2008. Kes- Sarah Tappan
Karalyn Joseph gram’s architect PJ Kesmodel retired, but all she’s done Most draws won - 20 by Meg Bartley, May 18, 2011 Draw percentage - 68 percent by Meg Bartley, 2010 model, the Zen Master, had won four girls’ state titles Cailey Thornburg
Maura Johnson is lead the Vikings to a 33-3 record and two state cham- and one boys’ championship as a coach at Mt. Hebron Carly Truitt
Mallory Jones pionships. Draw percentage - 13-for-13 (100 percent) by Karalyn Most forced turnovers - 41 by Alec Perry, 2010 in Maryland. Kaylie Truitt
Annie Judge Gina Voss
Caroline Judge Overall record Joseph, April 23, 2013 Most saves - 182 by Leigh Ann Redefer, 2006 and 2009 Last in-state loss Lindsey Voss
Kat Judge Riley Wagner
Claire Kalb 162-18-1 Most forced turnovers - 5 by Alec Perry, April, 10, 2010 May 2, 2009 to St. Andrew’s Sawyer Walker
Lauren Kelley Cameron Wick
Katie Klabe and Caroline Judge, April 17, 2010 2018 Caitlin Wood
Karissa LeMaire Alexa Woodruff
Korinne LeMaire Most saves - 23 by Leigh Ann Redefer, April 12, 2008 Allie Yeager
Alexis Leskovac Mary Yeager
Elizabeth Lockwood Tournament record In-state win streak Sara Young

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