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26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 4 - February 10, 1994 Maull, Clauser, Leggins, White leadmg Cape freshman team Last Tuesday the Cape Hen- lopen Freshmen dropped to 4-4 after a 55-48 loss to the Seaford Blue Jays. The Freshmen have three games left to play. The Freshmen will be in action Feb. 4 at Dover and host Milford on Feb. 8. The final game of the season will be a make-up game on a date to be released later. "Con- sidering what we&apos;ve been through we are all playing really well," said head coach Janet Maull. "I try to get all my players into the games because I feel there is a lot of talent on this team." To this point the team. leaders are J.D. Maull, Corey Clauser, Bobby Leggiris and Todd.White. Neither of the middle schools have had a game since the last issue of the Gazette but I'm sure both schools have been preparing for the head to head Lewes versus Milton duel to be played Thursday Feb. 10. Lewes won Ioth games the last time these district rivals met on the court. The LMS girls take their 7-1 record to the Dover Air-Force Base Thursday Feb. 8. The gifts' immediate attention is on Dover Air but there's no doubt they are focusing on a team that head coach Ron Kahn described as "A team that just keeps getting better and more competitive every year." And that team is Milton coached by Dora Post. The LMS boys have been work- ing hard preparing for the Dover Air battle in Dover on Thursday. I caught up with a few team leaders just before a busy practice session MIDDLE SCH00LS Cliffvon Howell and this how they viewed this sea- son. "We are currently 6-2 and I think this team is doing better than last year's team at this time. I feel wewill do better the rest of the year and we should finish the sea- son 11-2." said Bo Hitchens. "This has been a pretty good year for us. We should be undefeated but unfortunately we lost two close games," stated Olin Bolden. Kai Maull told the Gazette, "We have come a long way since the first day of practice and we have improved over our record from last year." "I expect to win the rest of our games," said Ronson Burton. "Everyone is playing at their best right now." In conclusion to the interviews Derrick Quillen said, "Overall we are playing really well and we have a Big Man, Olin Bolden, who helps all our players have good games." When the weather outside is cold and snowy. You can curl up by the fire at home... And still keep in touch with I what's happening outside. Just pick up your phone: call the Cape Gazette at 226-2273 to subscribe or fill out the form below. TIDES Indian River 2/5 I 6:12/11:28 2/8 li00ii00i 7:01 112:05 9 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 7:44/12:52 2/11 i I 9:03 12:15 Rehoboth Beach :33 110:29 5:31 111:25 ] I ] I7I:013 I I !i2149 Roosevelt Inlet ii:?% - ---, . .< 4:24[ 4:33 5:32 /11:29 6:32 112:31 ::::::::::9,..:.:::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: iiiii!!iiiiiii!iiiii, Oak Orchard ::i:::"-:*i .-i lii:,i i" %i 8:22 1 2:43 ..... 9 "i"i'v"l':" '''4 " ....... ..... 9:54"1"4121 ...... 10:35 / 5:05 iiiiiii02:.iiiili::iii:.iiii:. ]iiii:iiiiiii{iiiii:ii i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :i :i :; : :: ::.i ::::  ::::?i:: :i: %:::>:.: *i:i:i::'?: :iOii]:!iiiii ! ::::  *::i::::: :ii :Y i::: !:%;::: ::: :ii::ii ""8"122""1"2"ii'2 ........ 926"'/'"3:25"" "i'1":'i'31"5i44" SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 Year in county ................. $25.00 6 months in county .............. 12.50 I year out of county .............. 40.00 6 months out of county ........ 20.00 Student (9 months) ............ $30.00 Snowbird (in Sussex part of the year, elsewhere the rest) ........ 30.00 Senior citizen discount ........... 2.00