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Members of the Cape sprint medley relay team include (l-r) Frank Clement, Sean Bradham, Larry Woodall, and Gary Stevens. Relay Continued from page 22 in the Shot Put. Tranesha Savage led the gifts with a third place finish in the 400m dash in 63.3 and a fourth place in the 300y dash in 40.8. The 4 x 800m relay team of Stephanie Read, Suzannah Mar- tin, Tanya Wharton, and Becky Steuer took fifth place, while Steuer also took sixth place in the 3200m run in 13:32.2. Freshman Tracey Duffy ran her best time in the mile relay, while Jamie Hill turned in a 69 second quarter to take ninth in the 400m dash to also compete well for the girls. SALISBURY The Vikings returned to Salis- bury this past Monday to have the boys finish in a tie with J. M. Ben- nett with 84 points, while the gifts took fourth with 38 points. The Cape boys turned in a sea- son best in the 2 mile relay of 9:00.3, while Frank Clement took the 500m and 800m dashes to lead the scoring with 22.5 points. Gary Stevens racked up 20 for the team with a first in the high jump and second in the 300m dash, while John Skoglund remained unde- feated at Salisbury with a win in the shot put. Larry WoodaU ran his best time in the 500m dash to take second, while Sean Bradham also grabbed a second in the 50m dash. Other scores for the boys were Edwardo Saez with a fifth place in the shot put, Woodall with a sixth place in the 55m hurdles, and the mile relay team of Stevens, Butner, transfer Kelly Gregerson, and Woodall with a second in the mile relay in 3:50.5. The vikings lost a great race in the mile relay to a tough Forestville team out of D.C. as anchor Woodall came up less than a second short of giving Cape the victory, while J.M.Bennett was able to steal 2 points from the last event with a fifth in 4:09 to tie up the meet. CAPE GIRLS For the Cape girls, Becky Steuer had the lone first place in the 2 mile with a season best of 13:23, while the 2 mile relay team of sprinter Amy Hopkins, Tanya Wharton, Stephanie Read, and Steuer ran their best time of the season of 11:12 to take second place. Hurdler Jamie Hill ran 9.1 to also take second place while Steuer and Hill led the team scor- ing 12 points each. Amy Hopkins came back to take third in the 500rn dash, while Hill took fourth in the 300m dash. Distance run- ners Suzannah Martin scored a sixth place in the 800m, while Wharton took sixth place in the 1600m run. Cape returns to Tower Hill on Saturday, February 5th, before competing in their final Salisbury competition on Monday, February 7th. Final drive Continued from page 22 good years are playing to half empty gymnasiums) or several of the coaches when speaking off the record. "The attendance upstate is even worse," Peden said. "We played a great game at St. Marks and their were only about 100 people in the stands." The class of 1994 ,which now includes only Taiwan Savage, Bruce Pitts and Thurmon White, must look far into the past to remember the undefeated 12-0 Freshman squad of Bob Fulton. Great things were predicted for this group of roundballers but something happened along the way and things have fallen further south than a Key West sunset. "We talk about that Freshman team often," Pitts said. "We had several different people who could bring the ball upcourt. It seemed that most of the players were interchangeable on the court. But many of them never made it this far." The class of 1995 posted an 0- CAPE GAZE'VI, Friday, February 4 - February 10, 1994 - 23 12 Freshman record and only Lavar Hall, B.J. Joseph and John Jones remain from that squad. If the basketball feeder system was a country, it would be Somalia. Last year the team posted a 3-19 season record and Head Coach and High School math teacher Mike Eisenhour was history. Coach Jerry Peden is the win- ningest active coach in Delaware and a history teacher. But the numbers at Cape are similar to Eisenhour's. "It takes time to turn a basket- bali program around," Peden said. There are more ways of judging success than just the record." Open 5 p.m. Early Bird - Yes 9 227-4747 Your business IS our baby too! cShil e pride you take in your business -=- _ much like a parent's pride in a d. So, when the time comes to take out a Business Loan, come to where you're somebody special. Well take care of your business as if it were our own. For present or future goals, special Business Loans can help stimulate growth by enabling you to obtain funds for needed equipment, expansion, or perhaps new facilities. In addition, our competiUve rates and terms will keep you comfortable. So, when it comes to taking care of your baby, see our Business Loan Specialists. STEELE'S GUN SHOP -BUY -SELL Weekdays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. HOURS: Evenings - 7:10 p.m. - 9 p.m. Only A Few Left In Stock! IN THE MIDWAY VILLAGE SHOPS 645-8350 Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 7:10 p.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday - 12 noon to 5 p.m. 4299 Highway One Suite 1A Rehoboth Beach, DE 226-9800 10 Long Neck Shopping Center, Long Neck, DE 947-7300