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114 - CAPE GAZET'I, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 Econo Lodge 76es 69, Atlantic Briefly Refrigeration Eagles 30 Crystal Restaurant Hot Boys 59, The Bellmoor Inn & Spa www.primetimehoops.com or email coryerving @comcast.net. Sports at the Beach 5K Race for Open Register now for youth triathlon April 2 Sign up now for the Sussex Family YMCA's sixth annual Character Counts Youth Triathlon scheduled to kick off Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, April 2. The triathlon is for boys and girls ages 7-14. Everyone will re- ceive a T-shirt and certificate of completion with medals awarded to the top boys and girls in each age division. Volunteers are need- ed. For more information, call 296- 9622. YMCA posts adult 3-on-3 hoop scores From Feb. 28: Roamin' Meatballs 103, Kemp's Kids 100 Team H 84, Baywood 74 From March 1: Ace 116, Ryan Homes 55 From March 2: Kemp's Kids 90, Baywood 81 Roamin' Meatballs 87, ACE 85 (OT) From March 3: Team H 106, Ryan Homes 63 YMCA posts youth hoop league results The following are results of games played on March 5, in Jam- min Joe's Sussex Family YMCA Youth Basketball League: Division I Matt's Auto Care Dragons tie Delaware Home Healthcare Pis- tons; Ocean Atlantic Agency 76ers over Law Office of Bonnie M. Benson and Prudential Gallo Re- altors Wolverines; and Ocean Atlantic Agency 76ers over Schab & Barnett and Casa- pulla's South Gators Division H Jake's Seafood House Team USA 24, Happy Harry's and Robinson and Cook Delaware Eye Institute Sharks 24 (overtime); and Meridian Architects & Engi- neers and The Garage Celtics 23, Apple Electric Yellow Jackets 9 Division HI Sunsations Heat 42, Webster Furniture Blue Flame 15 Division IV Magic56 --. to hold softball clhfi Sp to benefit Adult.kickball Michele Smith, an Olympic gold medalist, and staff will con- ace rolls into Salisbury duct a softball skills clinic fol- The World Adult Kickball As- lowed by games in the afternoon sociation (WAKA) kicks off its for players from age 8 to l8 at the Sussex Land Trust inaugural season this spring in Sports at the Beach complex in Salisbury, Md. Georgetown. The Salisbury division will in- The clinic will begin Sunday, elude teams from all areas of the June 19 and continue through The second annual 5K Race for events have returned to lend sup- Eastern Shore. Thursday, June 23. Open Space to benefit the Sussex port to this year's activities, in- Games will be held from 6:30 Overnight campers will stay in County Land Trust will be held on eluding The Carl M. Freeman to 8:30 p.m., Thursdays at Har- the dorms. Saturday, March 19. Communities; Duffield Associ- mon Field. Cost for overnight campers will The start, finish and registration ates, Merestone Consultants, The Play schedules, teams and other be $425 and will include three area will on the Cape Henlopen Peninsula on the Indian River information is featured on meals per day; cost for commuters State Park Junction and Breakwa- Bay, Schell Brothers, the Villages www.worldkickball.com. Anyone will be $325 and will include ter Trail just north of Rehoboth of Five Points, The Robino Com- interested in joining the Maryland lunch each day. Beach. parties, The Cape Gazette, High- Shore division should visit the For more information and to Traveling north on Route 1, turn way One Limited Partnership and website or send email to md- register, call Kristi Betts at 856- fight onto Wolfe Neck Road (at Ocean Atlantic Associates. shorel @worldkickball.com. 7400 or visit www.sportsatthe- Wawa near Route 24) and go sev- Many additional companies beach.com, eral miles to the Junction & have purchased tables at the ball, IR High to host Breakwater Trail parking lot, on which is quickly leading to a sec- volleyball camp USA League Tennis fight side of the road. Follow the ond-year sellout. Indian River High School will IIOW forming teams 5K signs. "Last year we were able to raise Registration will begin at 9 a.m. host a volleyball camp directed by USA League Tennis, sponsored and the race will step off at 10 am. more than $77,000 through these two events with proceeds going MedalGld Medalsquared Squared.is a programGldcon- ciation,bY the Unitedis teamStateStennis.TenniSoneASS-rea- "This is the second year we directly to preservation projects, have hosted the 5K Race for Open such as the restoration of the sisting of coaches who are current son for the appeal of USA League Space," commented Wendy O. and former collegiate players Tennis is that leagues are organ- Baker, president of the Sussex Wolfe House, which will serve as trained to teach the highly suc- ized to consist of players of our organization's headquarters cessful Gold Medal Squared Sys- roughly the same level of ability. County Land Trust. "Caldera Properties has gener- once it is completed," said Baker. tem. This system is designed by There are men's and women's ously agreed to return as our main As the race quickly approaches, an advisory staff of four coaches leagues in adult, senior and super sponsor for the race and we hope both 5K runners and walkers who have coached in six Olympic senior divisions. These leagues to have an even larger runner and should plan to arrive at the park- Games, won seven NCAA cham- are open to players 19 years of age walker base than we did last ing lot on Wolfe Neck Road by 9 pionships and are currently con- and over. year." a.m. sidered four of the best coaches in Senior and super senior leagues Preregistration for the race is the world. Their system is based are for players who will have $15, with applications available It will be used as the informa- on scientific principles borrowed reached the ages of 50 and 60, re- on the website www.active.com, tion and registration area, with from kinetics, human-motor pert speetively, by the end of the calen- or by email to Tim Bamforth at plenty of parking available there as well as along the road. Park formance and countless hours in dar year. tim@seashorestriders.com (or by rangers will be on hand for assis- the gym with volleyball players. All skill levels are welcome to calling 644-8952). The camp will be held at Indian participate. Matches will be All income generated through tance. River High School the week of played in southern Delaware, in- Aug. 8-12 from 8 a.m. to 6 eluding Kent and Sussex counties, the race and subsequent Sussex The first 100 preregistered par- County Land Trust Ball, to be ticipants will receive a long- p.m. for girls in grades 7-12. Leagues will start this spring, but held on Saturday, April 16 at the sleeved T-shirt. Registration fee is $225. those interested need to sign up BayCenter in Dewey Beach, will To register, call 302-542-0056. now so they can be assigned a Awards will be given to the go directly towards preservation overall and masters champions Deadline to register is Wednes- team. initiatives. day, March 30. Players interested in playing on and the top three finishers in each a team are invited to call Mike Yo- In addition to Caldera Proper- age group. Participants can also West Chester to host der at 302-841-0693. ties, sponsors from last year's register for $20 on race day. hoop tourney April 2-3 The Philadelphia Coaches Coalition will sponsor a basket- ball tournament for kids ages 10 to 16 April 2 and 3 at West Chester University, West Chester, Pa. Three games are guaranteed to each participating team. For more information, visit TIME! w cape HenZopea wu'ner sip up win SATURDAY, APRIL 9TH 7 AM-12 PM Ctl Henlopen High School Cafetedt IX)ST: (160 per participant, $50 per Imrt/elpant (for nt og  gamlly memlm.) Come early, a limited number of slots. 811-u p Is st come, first servmL For Football Playem: Know your eldld's  dght. For info, call Harry Hudson at 245-7088 or Joe Meyets 947-0554. I