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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 21- February 27, 1997 Midcoast gymnastic studio hosts state rhythmic meet The Mid-Coast Gymnastic Stu- dio hosted the Delaware State Rhythmic Meet in Georgetown on Jan. 4 and 5 as gymnasts traveled from Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and New Jersey to com- pete with local athletes. The gym- nasts also recently competed in the Pennsylvania State Champi- onslup Meet held in West Grove, Pa. Local gymnasts who compet- ed in the events were Tara Bom- mel, Amanda Phillips, Katie Arm- strong, Stephanie Stanley, Diana Detty and Katy Malone. In the Delaware meet Tara Bommel, a Level 5 competitor, scored a 4.5 on floor, clubs, and ball, and a 4.0 on ribbon. Compet- ing in Level 6 as a novice was Amanda Phillips, who scored a 3.5 on floor, 3.7 on rope, 2.8 on hoop, a 2.0 on ribbon and a score of 12 for all-around. Katie Arm- Midnight basketball set for Fridays The Delaware State Police Rur- al Community Policing unit is su- pervising "Midnight BasketbaIl" at Rehoboth Elementary School on Friday evenings, from 8 p.m. until midnight for males and fe- males age 13 or older. The gym will be open for the program through the end of March. For more information, call the Rural Community Policing unit at 856- 1887. Wrestling boosters to sponsor tournament 3/22 The Sussex Tech Wrestling Boosters extended their thanks to those who participated in the re- cent Joe Corbi fundraiser. The group will be sponsoring a tourna- ment on Saturday, March 22 at the Sussex Tech High School gym. This will include Bantam, Midget, Junior High and Senior High weight classes. For more informa- tion, call Wanda Brand at 945- 4222. Slower Sussex Harriers plan inaugural run 3/22 The new Slower Sussex Harri- ers are planning their fhst run for Saturday, March 22 starting at West Seaford Elementary School in Seaford. The Not Quite Ready for the Ides of March 5K and 1 mile walk will begin at 10 a.m. and follow a looped course within city limits. Registration for the run is $JO wMch entities the partici- pant to a T-sh/rt. Part/c/pants reg- istering after March 17 will pay $12. Prizes will be awarded in 14 age groups as well as masters and a special class for high school run- strong, a Level 6 child competitor, notched a 4.1 on floor, 3.5 on rope, 2.6 on hoop, 3.8 on ribbon and 14 for her all-around score. Stephanie Stanley, also a Level 6 child competitor, scored a 4.0 on floor, 2.9 on rope, 3.8 on hoop, 3.8 on ribbon and an all-around score of 14.5 Katy Malone, in the Level 7 child competition, scored a 5.1 on floor, 4.9 on rope, a 3.9 on ribbon, and a 17.85 on all-around score. Diana Detty, a level 7 junior com- petitor, scored 5.1 on floor, 3.6 on rope, 4.05 on hoop, a 4.2 on rib- bon, and an all-around score of 16.95. In the Pennsylvania meet, Tara Bommel scored a 4.5 on floor, ball, clubs and 4.0 on ribbon. Lev- el 6 novice competitor Amanda Phillips, took first in all events - floor, rope, hoop, and ribbon. In ners. Refreshments will be avail- able after the race. Entry forms are available at area running stores or by sending a stamped, self-ad- dressed envelope to Lynn Irwin, 27 River's End Drive, Seaford, DE 19973. For more information, call 629-8345 after 6 p.m. Pro- ceeds from the event will be used to establish a scholarship program for scholar-athletes in western Sussex County. Dover bowlers win state event, advance Rick Ranshaw and Mike Sum- merlin, both of Dover, won the Delaware State Championships of the Miller $250,000 Doubles Challenge which concluded Feb. 9 at Midway Bowl in Rehoboth, Ranshaw and Summerlin posted a 1,878 total pinfall (total pins plus handicap) in the eight game event to win an expense-paid trip to the national finals in Las Vegas. A total of 61 teams from across the country will be competing: in the event. Rounding out the ttop five at the Delaware event were second place finishers Ed Gschwandter and Phil Casselbury of Seaford, Marcia Smith and Jim Gooch of Dover in third place, Steve Hallbrook and Scott Trice of Seaford in fourth place and Art Meding and George Layton of Re- hoboth Beach in fifth place. the Level 6 child competition, Katie Armstrong placed third with an all-around score of 11.9. In the same division, Stephanie Stanley swept first all-around, winning fast on floor, rope, hoop and rib- bon. Stanley recorded a 14.7 all around score. As a Level 7 child competitor, Katy Malone took first in all events - floor, rope, hoop and rib- bon. Malone captured all-around with a score of 20.45. Diana Det- ty, a level 7 junior competitor, placed first on floor, hoop, and ribbon and third on rope. Detty took first all-around with a score of 19.1 Both Detty and Malone quali- fied for regionals, which will be held in Ohio in March. The gymnasts are coached by Rebecca Swafford. Dover to sponsor hoops contest Feb. 22 The City of Dover will hold a "Hot Spot Basketball Shootout Contest" on Saturday, Feb. 22 at William Henry Middle School, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Contestants will have 45 seconds to score as many points as possible from various hot spots on the court. The finals will he held Feb. 25 at halftime during the Dover High School's basketball game. Call (302)736-7050. Broadkill woman makes hole in one in Florida Nancy Jefferson of Broadkill Beach made a hole in one or/the llth hold at Deep Creek Golf Course in Port Charlotte, Flat. on Jan. 27. Shirley Roberts and Siarah Rickards, who were visiting ffrom Sussex County, witnessed Jeffer- son's feat, performed with a five iron. Nancy is the wife of Delaware Bay and River Pilot Ronnie Jefferson. Angle Moon photo Cape gMs play St. Mark's Saturday, Feb. 22 Cape Henlopen's undefeated girls' basketball teams will play St. Mark's on Saturday, Feb. 22 at St. Mark's. The ,.IV game will begin at 3 p.m. with the varsity match to follow. This photograph shows Cape's Tasha Jones (r) looking upcourt past a Dover opponent. Sunday Sounds of 2 P.M.- 4 P.M. LEADING NAMES IN JAZZ Ragtime to Boogie Woogie Blues, Buddy Bolden, Miles Davis, Duke EIIington, Charlie Parker, Billy Strayhorn, Music from the Be-Bob, The Cool Jazz, The Hard-Bub and Fusion Period Great Instruments. Great Vocals. Great Jazz. All Brought.]b You by BERNARD SWEET00JEY