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Board approves winter coaches The Cape Henlopen Board of Education approved the following coaching positions for Cape Hen- lopen High School during its Thursday, Dec. 12 meeting: Jacob Norfleet, volunteer for musical production and co-director of the spring play, Warren Beideman, Jr., volunteer girls' soccer; Tim Bamforth, volunteer indoor track: Cathy Ward, co-assistant indoor track, Jamie Hill, co-assistant ink door track; Benny Mitchell, vol- unteer wrestling, and Matthew Watts, volunteer wrestling. The. board also hired Tyrone Matthews as a volunteer boys' basketball coach at Lewes Middle School and Maureen Erthal as a volunteer basketball and cheerleading coach at Milton Middle School. Landowners may get game habitat funds Delaware landowners interested in managing for small game may qualify for Division of Fish and Wildlife habitat enhancement grants. Applications will be ac- cepted until March 1 for the three- year-old program that pays farm- ers $70 an acre to use up to five acres of their agricultural fields for wildlife-friendly habitat. According to division biologist Greg Moore, the project coordina- tor, participants must own at least 25 acres and agree to enroll the acreage for five years. The entire amount of the grant - as much as $1,750 - is paid up front as an in- Running. Continued from page 58 Tuesday evening and a mix of walkers and joggers, kids and adults have been turning out. This past Tuesday, I kept my 1997 streak alive in the 30 degree cold and received my long sleeve T- shirt for my 20th night of atten- dance. After completing the two mile walk with Rehoboth Elemen- tary School secretary and first timer Barb Gilligan, I now have an appreciation of what walking 100 miles in a month (over 3 miles a day) means. What I'm referring to is the 100 miles a month streak Est. 1958 centive. 'q'his is a small program - only $28,000 a year - but we think it is an important way to not only in- crease much-needed habitat for upland wildlife but to encourage a conservation ethic among landowners. What we've found so far is that many of the participants were already involved in some type of wildlife management ef- fort. Expanding this support is critical to the future of small game and many songbirds since roughly 97 percent of Delaware's land area is in private hands," he said. Interested landowners can con- tact Moore at the Division of Fish and Wildlife, (302) 739-5297, for applications. State police renew midnight basketball The Delaware State Police Rur- al Community Policing Unit has begun its annual Midnight Basket- ball League. The games will be held at Rehoboth Elementary School from 9 p.m. until midnight on Fridays from Jan. 24 through the end of March. Residents of West Rehoboth and Burton Vil- lage, along with members of West Side New Beginnings, are particu- larly encouraged to attend. For more information, call the Rural Community Policing Unit at 856- 1887. LMS lady Vikings top Selbyville The Lewes Middle School's La- dy Vikings outscored Selbyville in a 25-20 contest at home on Thursday, Jan. 9. Leading the way with 10 points was Maggie Lingo. Brittany Morris had four points and Matin Ford had three points. I that my editor Fredman has going and the formation of the Wild Dog Walking Club. Time, dedication, and energy are three key words for consistently walking 100 miles a month. It may sound easy, but don't knock it till you try it...This past Wednesday evening at the so called PTA Awards Presentation, I was given a surprise award by the Seashore Strider parents(head- ed by the D'Amico/Olenderski duo) as the joke was on me. I sat through a over an hour of the first annual "Roasting" as a dozen friends, old and new, gladly took there turn at the mike. More on this wonderful evening next week. They had fun and I have to admit publicly, they got me! But, it's never over... 00ZARD Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-610-8457 CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION P.O. Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 17 - January 23, 1997 - 59 Chipping in two points each were Casey Cahill, Sandy Edwards, Sarah Scannell and Kathy CrOss. Casey Cahill, Jordan Lorah and Elizabeth Pratt helped the winning effort by displaying their speed and tenacity. Selbyville edges Lewes Middle School gpplers Lewes Middle School wrestled a strong Selbyville team on ThUrs- day, Jan. 9, holding Selbyville to its lowest score of the season. Jen- na Pavlik recorded her fourth con- secutive pin, while Alex Hense had a 17-0 technical fall and Kevin Soots and Courtney Mar- shall had major decisions with their respective scores of 13-1 and 14-2. Alex McClure received a forfeit at heavyweight and John Davis wrestled well in a tight %6 defeat to an undefeated wrestler. Snow goose season re-opening on Jan. 27 The Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge snow goose hunt area of George's Island, Leather- berry Flats and Money Marsh will re-open effective Jan. 27 until fur- tiler notice Hunting will be per- mitted each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. SPORTS FANS/ I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW Brought to you by Kelly Ra Amangly, ers was once a basketball game when the result was changed TWICE AFTER the game was eyed... West Virginia scored at e buzzer to beat St. Joseph's by one point in a game in 1985_ West V'cginla celebrated the victory... 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