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56 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 People Continued from page 55 maybe Tiger is just tired. But the gains enjoyed by the professional athletes of today go back to the Civil Rights struggles of the 60s. And Dr.King took a bullet for the cause of justice when he was only 38 years old. We should all re- member that when we're surfing the channels this weekend look- ing for a good game. SNIPPETS - The crowd filed out of last week's wrestling match after Smyrna defeated Cape and no one noticed Tyrone Gibbs, the two time 189 state champion that friends called Bad01 (might have come from baby doll). In 1976 and 1977, Tyrone Gibbs never lost a wrestling match. He was just an awesome athlete. As his eyes met mine (he was on my state championship track team) I said,."Yes it's me all right, and it's you, too. We're both just 20 years older." Ronson Burton in- formed me that former Cape wrestling coach Ron Bussey was in the local area last week and stopped by to see former 103- pound state champion Willie Vann. "Willie was just amazed that the former coach sought him out to reminisce about the old days," Ronson said. But that's the way the classy people behave. The Wild Dog Walking Club en- countered the lighter and swifter members of the Grove Park Jog- ging Club last Tuesday night on the Boards in Rehoboth Beach and it kind of looked like sub species of the same genus: "I've done a lot of running in my day,"" I told pack brethren George Glenn and Brian Donahue. "Well your day is passed," they laughed. "You're walking with the wild dogs now." Palm Sunday week- end there will be a fund raising walk held in the memory of the late Robbie Dickson. Please mark Saturday and Sunday on your cal- ender until final plans are formu- lated. Polar Plunge for Special Olympics is Feb. 2. For you last notchers a limited number of offi- cial Big Head hats will be on sale. Go no now, git! Cape Region Athletes Of The Week Pond Partners meeting set for Thursday, Jan. 23 If you appreciate Delaware's state parks and the recreational and learning opportunities of- fered, then join Trap Pond Part- ners and demonstrate your sup- port for Trap Pond State Park. An organizational meeting for Trap Pond Partners, a friends group, will be held at the Bald Cypress Nature Center on Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. All ages are invited. Light re- freshments will be served. Trap Pond State Park is located just off Rt. 24 near Laurel. Girls YMCA indoor soccer kicks off Thursday, Jan. 9 marked the opening of the YMCA Youth In- door Soccer for girls, held at Mid- way Skate World II. The division is comprised of two sections, one for girls in fourth to eighth grade and the other for girls in ninth to 12th grade. The first high school game fea- tured Michael Bishoff's team de- feating Steve Caswell's team in a tight 4-3 match. Scoring all three goals for the Caswell team was Kelly Palekar while Viola Kuhk and Chrystianne Possoa notched two goals each for Bishoff's team. The second match was another close game, with Kelly Flaherty's girls besting Robin Erthal's team in another 4-3 battle. For the Fla- herty team, Sara Popovich had two goals and teammates Janaa Wilcoxson and Shaye Dentino both scored a goal each. For Erthal's team Nicole Simpson, Robin Erthal and Emily Walls each had one tally. In the boys high school divi- sion, an overflow game from the previous Monday saw John Lin- go's Team B soundly beat Paul Mohun's Team C by the score 1 I- 3. Brian Smith scored four goals, Bill Lingo and Andrew Watson had two each, and Brett Ham- stead, Brian Reed and Brad Reed each had one goal. For Team C, Jeremy Hurd had two scores while Jesse Brozefsky had the other goal. The Adult Soccer League also had its first game last week as Sunday, Jan. 12 saw the Punkin' Chunkers captained by Mike Price lose a tight match to Captain Marc Hicks' YMCA Lightening by a score of 6-3. For the Lightening, Joseph Mosquito was the offen- sive star,, scoring 4 goals, while Trevor Vest and Dan Palmer both chipped in a goal each. For the Chunkers, Jeremy Hurd had two goals and Trevor Hurst had one goal. Mulligans led by Captain Jim- my Wilfong took on the Young Stars, led by Jose Castellanos with the Stars emerging victorious in a 5-1 match. Goal scorers for the Stars were Jose Tyereno, Juan Montembio, David Costellero and Stanley Figeron, who each had one. An "accidental" goal helped boost the Stars' total to five. Scor- ing for Mulligans was Mark Gib- lin. The third game was between Universitario Deportes, captained by Ricardo Munoz, and Intervet, with Ed Crowder as captain. Uni- versitario, utilizing an offensive display by David Cabrera who netted six goals, beat Intervet by the score of 14-2. Also scoring for Universitario was Alfredo Miran- da with three goals, Julian Cruz with two goals and Miguei Castro with one. Two tallies also slipped Angle Moon photo Khara Landon (1) and Kelly Palekar go for the ball during indoor soccer action. by the Intervet goalie, but were not credited to any Universitario player. Vincent Wood and An- drew Chamblin scored for Intervet The final game of the night with the Blazers, captained by Kevin Cash taking on Los Caneros, cap- tained by William Hidalgo. The Blazers won with a score of 6-2 on goals by Duncan Smith, who kicked three, and single scores by Pat Forester, Lous Senat and Matt Dottoner. LINDSEY BARKAUSKIE Lindsey jumped 4'10" last Monday for the Cape winter 1track team at the Salisbury ]Invitational to earn second Iplace honors. "I played JV Jfield hockey in the fall and .'may play soccer this spring," iLindsey said. Lindsey comes from an athletic family. Her grandfather Ray is the for- mer head football coach at Sussex Central and her fa- ther, Ron, is the State Police Troop 7 commander. Coach- es George Pepper and Jamie Hill are also teaching Lind- say to hurdle. She has the talent to be a great one. RICKY THOMPSON Sophomore Ricky runs the point for coach Ed Waples' undefeated JV boys basket- ball team. Ricky scored 14 points and dished off eight assists in the team's victory over Milford. aI think assist first and scoring second," Thompson said. "Some guys think I can't play because I'm small but they soon find out that's not the case," Ricky said. "I'm looking for- ward to moving up to the varsity next season." OLIN BOLDEN Cape's mobile center has filled the big shoes of gradu- ate Lamont Hazzard. "I know this team can get back to the fieldhouse," Bolden said. "Poochie (Hazzard) is there for me after every game. I just enjoy being a part of things." Bolden scored 12 points in the team's Tuesday night victory over Milford. O.J. WILSON Wilson soared high into the air and pushed a re- bound down through the hoop against Sussex Tech startling the crowd which gasped, "What was that all about?" Wilson has been emerging into his power game this season and gives Cape a good chance to battle for the Henlopen Conference crown. "I just want to help the team get back to the fieldhouse," Wilson said.