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Rehoboth's PAL wrestlers compete in Laurel Open; 22 of 28 place The Rehoboth Beach (PAL) Yellow Jackets traveled to Laurel High School on Saturday, Jan. 4 for the 12th annual Laurel Open. The Yellow Jackets entered 28 wrestlers in the tournament, with 22 finishing in the top four of their respective weight classes. Five year old Nicholas Nardelli (tot 35) brought home the first of five championships when he pinned Laurel's Justin Allen in a time of 2:17. After a busy pre-sea- son, Connor McDonald returned to local action and captured the bantam 45 lb. championship by injury default over Lance Kelly of Delmar. Brothers Brandon Hazel (bantam 55) and Matt West (midget 60) won their weight classes for the second consecutive week. Hazel pinned teammate Dustin Charles in forty-one sec- onds and West won by injury de- fault over Seaford's B.J. Jenkins. Both Brandon McCarron (inter- mediate 133) and Brock Charles (intermediate 140) stepped up to the older division for more experi- ence and tougher competition Sat- urday. They got both, and in addi- tion, captured championships for their efforts. McCarron pinned Anne Arundel County's Brett Eye in forty-two seconds and Charles won a 6-2 overtime decision over Chad Martin of Caesar Rodney. Fifteen Yellow Jackets quali- fied for the National Tournament of Champions to be held in Columbus, Ohio in April. The Yellow Jackets had seven wrestlers finish second, two finish third and six finish fourth. The Yellow Jackets will look to cap- ture the team championship at the 1997 Young Rider Invitational Saturday at Caesar Rodney Junior High School. Results of the 12th annual Laurel Open: Tot Division (6 andunder):35 Ibs. Nicholas Nardelli (first place); 45 Ibs. Robbie White (fourth place); 50 Ibs., Joseph D'Amico (second place), Jonathan Goodwin (fourth place); 55 Ibs., Bo Bart- Icy (second place). Bantam Division (7 and 8): 45 Ibs., Connor McDonald (first place); 50 lbs., Sam Mumford; 55 Ibs., Brandon Hazel (first place), Dustin Charles (second place), Josh Weldin (fourth place); 60 lbs.; Kevin Bartley (second place); UNL: Michael Voss, (second place); Brian Rig- gin (third place). Midget Division (9 and 10) 50 lbs., Gra- ham Esender (second place); 60 lbs., Matt West (first place); 85 lbs., Connor Pavlik (fourth place). Junior Division (ll and 12): 91 Ibs., Chad Travis (fourth place); 115 lbs.. An- drew Chunn (second place); 125 Ibs.. La- teef Turral (third place). Intermediate Division (13 and 14): 133 lbs., Brandon McCarron (fwst place); 140 Ibs., Brock Charles (first place); 158 lbs. Jenna Pavlik (first place). News from Milton Middle School teams The boys basketball team (4-0) beat Dover Air last Friday 52-33. High scorers for the game were Robert Hooks and Sheldon Banks with nine points each. Last Mon- day, Jan. 6, the boys edged unde- feated Milford 53-49 behind 20 points from Eric Davis...Tyshia Coursey led the girls team to a close 33-31 victory over previous- ly unbeaten Dover Air. And last Monday the girls defeated Milford by a score of 47-4 behind 16 points from Tyshia Coursey... Milton Middle wrestlers doing well include Lateef Turral, George Smith (undefeated), David Williamson, John Ziegen- hein (undefeated), and Jody Brit- tingham. Delaware Hall of Fame seeking voting members The Delware Sports Hall of Fame Association Inc. is seeking additional downstate voting mem- bership. If you have a sports back- round and would like to apply please contact Tom Mason Sr., 1000 S. Gerald Drive, Newark, Delaware 19713 or pick up a membership application at the Cape Gazette. Note: Former Cape Henlopen and Colgate University running back Henry White has been nominated this year for in- clusion into the Delaware Hall Of Fame. Lewes Middle School girls split a pair Lewes Middle School's girls basketball team split two games in recent days. The team beat Chip- man 18-14 on Friday, Jan. 3, be- hind the five point performance of Maggie Lingo. On Monday, Jan. 6, Lewes lost to Seaford 31-9. Matin Ford scored six points for Lewes. Milton Httle League holding sign ups Milton Little League will be holding sign ups for the 1997 sea- son at Bayport Recreation on the following dates: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 13; 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 15; I0 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 18; and 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 25. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 10 - 16,1997-57 20" Tool Box Wide rounded carrying handle and easy grip side handles. Large, wide latch. Lift out tray with 4 compartments. 2065019 Multi-purpose. 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