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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 6 - March 12, 1998 - 85 From The Ca00e Gazette's Traveler Series* DSP Saturday basketball enters tourney Teams from the Milton Youth Basketball program, initiated in January by Delaware State Police troopers who volunteer their time, are working hard to prepare for a three-day tour- nament against members of the Sussex Family YMCA basket- ball program. The tournament will be held Saturday, March 14, at Milton Middle School; and Friday, March 20, and Satur- day, March 21 at Cape Henlopen High School. During their Feb. 28 games, the Bulls defeated the Rockets, 51-25. Coaches Pete Hazzard, Lt. John Miller and Purcell Kee released the following leading scores for the Bulls: Danielle White, 11; Justin Howell, 15; Cherrywood Reid, 7; and Travis White, 7. Leading the Rockets were Lateef Turrel, 12, and Pe- ter Cephas, 6. The Hornets, coached by Det. Larry Corrigan, defeated the Lakers, 32-23. Leading the team were Brian Piper, Andrew Barranco and Marcus Hazzard. Leading the Lakers, coached by Rochelle and Angel Mallabet, were Monette, Angel and Darnell Mallabet; Chad Clendaniel; and Miles Cleveland. The Eagles, coached by Det. Mike Maher and Cpl. Jeff Old- ham, defeated Milton Magic, 21-18. Leading scorers were Melvin Gray, Danielle Jones, Willie Turrel, Steven Fabian and Desmond Cephas. Magic, coached by Sgt. Bernard Miller and TFC Kelly Wells, claimed leading scorers Cody White, Jermaine Lambert, Bernard Miller and Josh Barkauskie. Shown is Milton Magic's Bernard Miller. Area athletes honored at Worcester School Cape Region residents Morgan Ellis and Brandon Bonk were among the athletes recognized at the annual Basketball Awards evening at Worcester Country School. Ellis was named the most valu- able player on the middle school men's basketball team, while Bonk was named most improved on the same team. Registration set for youth lacrosse league The new Atlantic Lacrosse Club, which will field teams this spring for fifth-, sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade boys, will hold registration on Saturday, March 7, from 10 a.m. to noon. According t o Tony Pratt, one of the organiz- ers of the league, registration will be held in the open area at the high school end of the football field complex. There will be 10 mem- ber teams of fifth- and sixth- graders and 10-member teams of seventh- and eighth-graders. "We already have a schedule of games to play against teams from Kent and New Castle counties," said Pratt. "We'll be working at the in- structional level, learning the fun- damentals of lacrosse and having a good time." Other lacrosse coaches and players helping with the club are Steve Aubrey, Mark D'Ambrogi, Moose Mohr, Darrell Steele and Steve Spence. YMCA's challenge set for March 28 The Sussex Family YMCA is holding its Fourth annual Fitness Challenge and Quad-Athalon on Saturday, March 28, in the fitness center. Renewing old ties with the Cape Gazette in Mexico When Bill and Sharon Vernon of Rehoboth Beach traveled west to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico in the late winter of 1997, they joined forces with members of the Flatt family who live in California. Bill and John grew up together in Rehoboth and the two renewed their ties during the visit. To fill in the gaps about what was going on back home, Bill and Sharon took along a copy of the Cape Gazette. There's nothing that brings people together on the beach (except perhaps the sound of caps being lifted from icy bottles or the ring of horseshoes driving stakes into the sand) like the Cape Gazette. Shown enjoying a recent edition are (back row I-r) Bill Vernon, John Flatt and David Flatt; and in front (I-r) Sharon Vernon, Karen Flatt and Kelly Flatt. The local paper brings them to neutral ground Carrie Lingo of Rehoboth Beach and Hunter Stokes of Lewes rooted for the same teams at Cape Henlopen High School before they graduated. But now they find themselves fierce rivals: Carrie at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and Hunter at Duke. The two refused to have their pho- tos taken at each other's school so they had to go to neutral ground in Raleigh where they also found common ground- their enjoyment of the Cape Gazette. They are shown in front of a self-kicking machine at the Angus Barn in Raleigh. I I ! Please deliver all the local news to: ! ! 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