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112 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 Athletes honored for academics i d Jim Westhoff photos During the Jan. 26 meeting of the Cape Henlopen School District Board of Education meeting, students were honored for achievements on the field and in the classroom. The following students earned Academic All-Conference by achieving straight As during the marking period while play- ing a sport in the Henlopen Conference. Shown are (l-r) Sean Mock (wrestling), Christine MacDonald (winter track) and Sven Haag (swimming). Submitted photo Cape cheerleaders place first in Milford The Cape Henlopen High School cheerleading squad, under the direction of coach Kate Lin- go, recently competed in Milford for the first time as the first Cape competition squad. Cape was awarded a first place trophy in their division. "My whole team is floating on air," said Lingo Squald members include (back row, l-r) Kara Voss, Courtney Marvel, Julie Price and Chris- tine Houston. In the middle are Meagan Quails, Courtney Clark, Alyssa Franz, Amy Lingo and Marissa Hinsch, In front are Kelsey Harris, Sarah Fitzgerald, Molly Lingo and Katie Holland. Selected for All.Henlopen Conference Boys' Cross Country Second Team are (l-r) Alex Makowksi, John Gardner and Paul Ecker; named to All-Henlopen Boys' Cross Country First Team Sven Haag; and named to All-Henlopen Conference Girls' Cross Country First Team is Jennifer Betts. Named to All Henlopen Conference Boys' Soccer first team are Nathaniel Gaffney, left, and Jayson Abel. Submitted photo Shown (l-r) are Rehoboth lifeguards Dan Matta, A~I. Hemphill, trainer Chris Antonio, Bran- don Smith and team captain Clint Bunting. Rehoboth lifeguards headed to Australia for world championships Dan Matta, Clint Bunting, A.J. Hemphill and home field advantage. Brandon Smith will represent the United States in the To prepare for this year's World Championships Rescue 2006 World Lifesaving Championships. the lifeguards recruited the help of personal trainer The competition will take place Saturday, Feb. 25 Chris Antonio. in Lorne, Australia. The lifeguards will run in the The team trained at Gold's Gym in Rehoboth 100-meter relay and the beach flag sprint event. Beach for five months. During this time the team They will compete against lifeguards from all over worked out four to five times a week. The members' the world, routine included a grueling combination of strength All four Rehoboth guards have previously won training, sprint work and plyometrics. high honors in their respective events, however, the For information and results visit www.res- Australians are the defending champions with the cue2006.com. Earning a place on the All Conference football team are (l-r) First Team Tony Taylor, and John Goodwin. Earning second- team honors are Tony Cannatelli, Tom Little and Jimmy Mc- Dowell. ? All-State Field Hockey team members are (l-r) Mallory Tal- bot, Laura Olenderski and Lauren Willey.