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Kerry Keater photo PAL grappler Kevin Soots wiped the mat with Eric Payne of Kent County, Md., pinning him in 49 seconds at the Sussex Central Little Knights Classic. Soots wrestled Midget 70 and took a third in his division Saturday, Jan. 28. Cape region wrestlers fare well at Knights' Classic Cape Region wrestlers brought home the gold from the Sussex Central Little Knights Classic wrestling tournament held Satur- day, Jan. 28. Police Athletic League (PAL) wrestlers Matt West took a first in the Bantam 50 division, Brock Charles a first in Midget 90, and Jimmy Weldin a first in Midget 100. Brandon Hazel earned a second in Bantam 45 and Scott (Scooter) Myers claimed the second in Midget 50. PAL wrestlers also took thirds in three divisions. Dustin Charles claimed the third in Bantam 45; Kevin Soots had it in Midget 70, and Jenna Pavlik took third in Junior 125. Bryant Marshall earned fourth in Bantam 45, as Shane Massey claimed it in Junior 105. Michael Voss wrestled Bantam 60, and Al- bert Hammond wrestled at Ban- tam 70. Some Lewes Middle School grapplers also took to the mats at the tournament. Brandon Morrow earned a third in Junior Heavy- weight. Zack Sieber claimed a fourth in Intermediate g4. Nick McDonough earned second in In- termediate 98, and Eddie Cook took third in the same division. Tim Traynor took home a third from the Intermediate 119, and Matt Hall took a fourth in Inter- mediate 148. Other Lewes wrestlers who grappled at the Knights Classic were David Steele, Intermediate 105; Chad Wyatt, Intermediate 112; and Ryan Whibley, Interme- diate 126. YMCA offers training to Special Olympians Scott Neal, of Scaford, works out every Friday at the Sussex Family YMCA in Rehoboth with fellow Sussex Elementary Consortium students in order to get fit for Delaware Special Olympics competitions. Delaware Special Olympics offers 16 year round sports; current winter competitions include bowl- ing, skiing and basketball tournaments. Neal, with selted coaches, trains at the Howard T. Ennis School in Georgetown with the Sussex Determinators as well, because he has been selected to compete in the Special Olympics World Games this summer in aquatics. =Fitness and health enhancement are for everyone and we're pleased that the leadership at the consortium took the initiative to involve this group in education regarding ongo- ing health management,  says Lou Mazzini, executive direc- tor of the Sussex Family YMCA. i - " " . " Be invigorated as never before, take the...... ::::: , ,, ,,I,  .......... iir LEWES To Benefit ]Ole| Spedal Olumpicl FEBRUARY 5, 1995 1:00 PM CAPE HENLOPEN STATE PARK, LEWES To Benefit Delaware Special Olympics, our state's largest year- round organization devoted to sports training and athletic competition for children and adults with mental retardation. !TO PARTICIPATE: ; 1. Mail in the Lewes Polar Bear Plunge Pre-regietretion Form end complete the attached Donation sheet. 2. Solicit contributions from family, friends, businesses, etc. 3. MINIMUM total contributions per Polar Bear: $50 4. Bring Donation Sheet and all monies received to the Event. 5. ATTIRE: Swimsuit ONLY. NO T-Shirts or wet sui/ PARTICIPANTS RECEIVE: 1. Official Polar Bear Plunge Sweat Shirt 2. 5 x 7 Group Color Photograph 3. Apr plunge Party at the BeyCenter 4. Eligibility for great prizes and the great feeling of freezing your fur off for s truly worthy cause. SPECIAL PIIIZEI FOIl:  The Polar Bear raising the most money. The Polar Bear who  the most Polar bear's to take the Plunge. Sponsored by the Lewes Polar Bears and the Cape Gazette. Broadcasted live on KIX (106 FM) . For more information Call 855-0546 | P00lar Bear Plunge00-__ REGISTRATION FORM Recruited by MemberofDelaware'sLawEnforcementCommunity I-t (hedcre) Polar Bear's Name Are you a member of Delaware's Law Enforcement Commuty? r-I (d,eck 1 A(lress Phone DONOR'S NAME ADDRESS PHONE AMOUNT WNVER AIm ImJUIS! In consideration of participating in the LEWES POLAR BEAR PLUNGE, I represent that I understand the nature of the event and that I and/ or my minor child am qualified, in good health, and in proper physical conditicm to participate in such event. I ackfvledge that the event conclitioos to be unsafe, I will immediately discorttinua participation in the event. I Idly understand the event Involves risks of set .io..bodily " 'Inlay, induding perma.nent.disabl: ity. paralysis and death, which may .be caused my own actions, or inactions, those of others partK'q)atmg m the event, the onditons m which the event takes piae, or the negligence ot thl "releasees" named below; and that there may be other risks either not known to me or not readily foreseeable at this time; and I fully ac(:ept and assume all such risks and all responsibility for losses, costs, and denlages I iflcur as a result of my participation in the event. I hereby release, diharge, and covenant not to sue Delaware Special Olympics, their respective admirdstrstms, dkectors, agents, officers. volunteers, and employees, other partk:ipants, any sponsors, advertisers, and, ff applicable, owners and lessors of premises on which the ActMty takes place. (each considered one of the "RELEASEES" herein) from al liality:.daims, de.ma. Ios rsd or d. ma.  my .accoun! and/or that of my minor child caused or alleged to be caused in whole or in part by the uegIKjence of the "reieasees ot othe'wise, including necjiKjen t rescue operations; and I further agree that if, desplte.this release, waiver of liabiily, and assumplkm of risk I, or anyone on my and/or my minor child's behalf, makes a daim against any of the Releasees, I win indemnify, save, and hold harmless each of the releaseos from any loss, liability, damage, or cost which any may incur as the resutt of such claim. RErURN THIS CObFLETED FORM tO: Delaware Special OIMmp|cl 501 O#etown Road, Newark. 0 19711 302-368-6818 / 302-855-0546 lUmlu W/ PRE-IIEGiSllRATIgN MUST BE RECEWIED II .IABJAR! 27, 1H5 llll SiNBlmIIN 1 B! BIUImE II BM IF 11 IBB. Polar Bear's Name Address Swatshirt size (please circle) Phone S M L XL XXL Adult mrs