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CAPE GAZE'IWE, Friday, February 21- February 27, 1997 - 61 Briefly Sussex Family YMCA posts girls and boys indoor soccer results The YMCA Youth Indoor Soccer League has been enjoying an exciting season with both girls and boys teams fighting close matches. In games played on Monday, Jan. 13, Coach Lemmon's Q Team shut out Coach Tim Cisco's Team O in the grades 3-5 divi- sion. Connor Gaffney scored two goals for the winners, and Nick Lemmon had another goal. The second game in this division was between Coach Myer's Team N and Coach Bishoffs Team D, with Team D edging out Team N by a 4-3 score. Scoring for Team D were Nicholas Hill, Vincent Fusco, Zach Fewell and Cory Schab. For Team N, Scott Myers had two goals and Scott Winkler had one. In the grade 6-7 division, Coach Caswell's Team M shut out Coach Abel's Team K by a score of 3-0. Colin Benson had two goals for the victors, with Matt Riggin also scoring a goal. The second game in the division saw Coach Becker's Team L win a close match against Coach Karsnitz's Team J by a 5-4 score. For Team L, John Dillon and Tyler Grove each had two goals and Scan Meluney kicked in one. For Team J, Sean Donovan scored an impressive three goals and Ross Karsnitz added one more. In the grades 8-9 division, Team G under Coach Lingo fought to a 4-3 victory over Coach Roth's Team I. Mike Zygmonski scored two and Len Janssen and Steve Welch notched one each. Sean Donovan scored all three goals for Team I. The second game fea- tured defense, as Coach Price's Team H best- ed Coach Palmer's Team F by a score of 1-0. Scoring the game's only tally was Ed Saverese. Team B, Team E tie The final game of the evening was in the grade 10-12 division and was a great match which finally ended in a 6-6 tie for Team B under Coach Lingo and Coach Price's Team E. Scoring three goals for Team E was Chris Araya, with Eric Myers, Marco Colbert and George Cole added one each. For Team B, Brett Hamstead and Brian Smith each had a pair of goals with Andrew Watson and Brian Scntman each scoring one goal. On Jan. 15, the Gifts League opened the night with the grades 4.8 division and the Blue Team lost to the Red Team 3-2. Scoring for the Reds were Erin Williams, April Feded and Lauren Cooper. For the Blues, Brittney Sheldon and Lauren Cooper scored. In the grades 9-12 division, a 2-2 game was played by Coach Flaherty's Team 3 and Coach Bishoffs Team 1. Both of Team l's goals were scored by Shannon Smith while Karen Collins and Buffy Jackowicz each scored for Team 3. Jeremy Hurd scores 5 The last game of the night was a Boys grades 10-12 division and also ended in a tie score, as Coach Mohun's Team C and Coach Steele's Team A notched 7 goals each. Jere- my Hurd had an amazing five goals with teammates Jeppe-Camp Kristcnsen and Jason DeFreitas each adding one goal. Team A scorers were Danny Rasa and Zach Bolick with 2 each and Dave and Scott Steele with one apiece. On Jan. 23, the Girls grades 4-8 division Team Red beat Team Blue by a 4-2 score. Scoring for the winners were Jessica Folke, Brittany Childen, Christie Monroe and Abby Saddler. Lauren Cooper had both the Blue's goals. In grades 9-12 division, the first game was a 3-1 win for Coach Schnella's Team 5 who all wore matching black shorts and green shirts. Coach Flaherty's goal maker was Dawn Cintavey. Scoring for Team 5 were Sarah Ford, Crystal Valliant and Jan Good- man. The second game was a 3-3 tie between Coach Caswell's Team 2 and Coach Erthal's Team 3. Kelly Palekar scored all the goals for Team 2, while Nicole Simson, Kelly Fehren- bach and Emily Wells made the goals for Team 3. The final game of the night saw the boy's grades 10-12 division Team D go down in defeat in a close 3-2 gam to Coach Price's Team E. Matt Kreitzer scored all goals for the victorious Team E while Chris Burke and Scott Burris each scored for Team D. In games played on Jan. 27, 28 and 29, the first match in the boys' grades 6-7 division featured Coach Abel's Team K defeating Coach Becker's Team L with a 7-3 score. Bruce Phimmer led an offensive display with four goals, while Kyle Rothermal kicked in two and Simon Mumford had one for the winners. For Team L, Scan Meluney had two, and Tony Adams added another. Grade 8 and 9 division In the grade 8-9 division, Team I routed Team F in a 13-1 blowout. John Hazzard scored five goals, and Zach Palmer had four tallies. Jim Meehan, Peter Wagner, Burr Monroe and A.J. Williams also scored for the winners. Jason Massey had Team I's goal. The next game in the division featured Coach Price's Team H shutting out Coach Lingo's Team G by a 3-0 score. Matt Smith and Jeff Drury each had one goal and an "own goal" made the talley three. The grades 10-12 division game between Coach Steele's Team A and Coach Lingo's Team B was suspended by the referee due to problems. The other game in this division was won by Coach Mohun's Team C by a 15- 5 score over CoachRoth's Team D. The dominant players were Jeppe-Camp Kris- tensen with six scores and Jeremy Herd and Jason Defreitas with three each. Mark Red- den and Jon Scrimshaw both had goals and an "own goal" made up the total score. Chris Burke had three goals for Team D, and Chad Warrington and Scott Bunis each had one. Team N triumphs The next night, grades 3-5 division met again as Coach Myer's Team N triumphed with an 8-0 shutout over Coach Lemmon's Team Q. Scores were posted by Scott Rinick- er and Scan Tappan at two each and by Tim Storck, Scott Myers and Bo Pratt with one apiece. An "own goal" topped off the total. The second game in the division was a tight 1-0 game won by Coach Cisco's Team P over Coach Bishoff's Team P. Vincent Fusco scored the only goal. In the final night of this series, the grades 3-5 division game was a 2-0 bout between winning Team J under Coach Karsnitz and Team M under Coach Caswell. Ross Karsnitz made both goals for his team. Indoor soccer for preschoolers starts 2/23 For six Sunday afternoons at the Sussex Family YMCA from 1-2 p.m. beginning Feb. 23, young- sters ages 3-5 will be introduced to the popular indoor soccer pro- gram their older siblings and fa- thers have been playing. Special- ized goals and balls for this age group will make for an optimum learning experience with an em- phasis on fun. Full family mem- bers pay $7, with the second child free; associate members pay $10; and the cost for non-members is $24. The non-member family drop-in fee for the afternoon is $12. STUDENTS! HERE'S $50 e NO WORK f It If your mother/father is hired for this position, we will pay you $50... J.B. Landscaping has a few entry level positions for gardeners. If you love to garden and want to work on some of the most beautiful gardens around, to improve your gardening skills and make it a career- call us today. You must have basic gardening skills to apply. E.O.E. J.B. Landscaping 645-7202 Rehoboth Little League sign up Feb. 26 The Rehoboth Beach Little League will hold its second sign- up night on Wednesday, Feb. 26 from 6-8 p.m. at the Rehoboth Beach Fire Hall. The divisions available will be the following: Instructional Girls Softball for ages 5-8; Major League softball for ages 9-12, and Senior League softball for ages 13-15. There will also be sign-ups for T-ball for ages 5 and 6, Minor League base- ball for ages 7-9, and Major League Baseball for ages 9-12. There will be no Senior League baseball division at Rehoboth. All Senior League boys, ages 13-15 should register with Lewes Little League. Registration fee remains the same: $25 for one child, and $40 for a family. If you did not play last year in Rehohoth Little League, you will need to have a copy that can be kept for the League's records. The last regis- tration date will be Saturday, March 8 from noon to 2 p.m. at Rehoboth Beach Fire Hall. For info, call Kathy at 227-9045. SPORTS FANS! YOU DIDN'T KNOW Brolht to you by Kelly ]Raes Here's an amazing fact...A team once won the national championship in college basketball even though- incredibly--they NEVER played a home game that season!...Holy Cross was the 1947 national champion but they had no gym or arena of their own...They played EVERY game on the road...Yet they were able to win 27 of 30 games, including 23 in a row, and won the college basketball cham- pionship of the nation. Has any basketball player ever scored all his team's points in one game?...This amazing feat once in a high school game in Alaba- ma...A player named Walter Garrett scored 97 points in one game a few seasons ago, and the final score in that game was 97-54! 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