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116 " CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 Charter boat workshop on tap; trout stocking under way CHARTER BOAT WORK- SHOP - Charter boat captains get- ring ready for the upcoming fish- ing season may want to mark Thursday, March 31, on their cal- endars. That's when the fourth annual Delmarva charter Boat Work- shop, sponsored by Mid-Atlantic Sea Grant Programs, will be held at the Holiday at the Boardwalk and 67th Street in Ocean City, Md. The day begins with registration and breakfast at 9 a.m. and con- cludes at 3 p.m. The workshop will consist of several seminars covering market- ing strategies, accounting, insur- ance and business management, a species research update, fishery Outdoors Running Continued from page 115 ship. If you are interested in put- ting together a team with a pur- pose of donating to a charity of your choice, please contact the Seashore Striders at 644-8952 for more information. The goal is 25 teams and spots are tilling fast. WALK FOR TECHNOLOGY - Shields Elementary School will host its fourth annual Walk for Technology to help raise funds for updating technology in the school (purchasing computer hardware and software), The walk will be held at the Shields Elementary School's track located behind the school on Sa- vannah Road. The walk will be held from 9 a:m. to noon Saturday, April 9. Rain date is noon to 3 p.m. Sun- day, April 10. Participants should sponsors to donate money for every mile they walk. It will be approximately a three-mile walk. Checks should be made payable to "Shields." A special water bot- tle will be given to every spon- sored walker. Upcoming Races: Saturday March 19 - Race For Golf Continued from page 115 strong," he said. Oaldey was also impressed by the golf course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. "It was beautiful, but it was also tough." This week Oakley returns to the Champions Tour for its SBC Clas- sic, held March 11-13 at Valencia Country Club in Santa Clarita, Calif. SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE - The deadline for applications for Delaware State Golf Association (DSGA) scholarships is Friday, April 1. Applicants must reside in the DSGA are, which includes management issues, Coast Guard update and safety requirements and other topics of interest. The $30 registration fee in- cludes lunch, two breaks and edu- cational materials. Walk-ins will be taken as space allows, but the registration fee increases to $35. Those wishing to register should send a check payable to the Uni- versity of Delaware and mail it to: Delaware Sea grant Marine Advi- sory Service, 700 Pilottown Rd., Lewes, DE 19958. For more information, call Rita Baty at 645-4346. TROUT STOCKINGS - Divi- sion of Fish and Wildlife has been busy stocking Tidbury Pond near Dover and Blockhouse Pond in Lewes with about 2,200 rainbow trout (about 550 in each pond) in time for the season opening earli- er this month. The next stocking day will be Thursday, March 17. According to Division fisheries biologist Craig Shirey, Delaware's stocking program is "Put-and- Take" since trout are cold water fish and can only survive until wa- ter temperatures reach 75 degrees. Anglers are allowed to keep what they catch, up to a daily limit of six trout. "It's not unusual to find people waiting for the truck," said Shirey. "Catching these hungry fish can be easy, making the experience ideal for both newcomers to fish- ing and kids. The fish will bite al- most immediately after stocking and typically will take a variety of baits." The average length will be 11 inches, but there also will be some trophy-sized rainbows or brown trout. The smaller trout will average about half a pound, while the tro- phies will be at least two pounds each and over 14 inches. Trout fishermen are reminded that, in addition to the normal freshwater fishing license require- ments, they also must purchase a trout stamp ($4.20 for those 16 years and older) or a youth stamp ($2.10) for boys and girls between ages 12 and 15 years. All proceeds from the sale of the stamps will be used to buy the hatchery-raised fish for next year. The division is also looking at a recently acquired 10-acre pond near Greenwood for the stocking program, hopefully by next year, said Shirey. "The site was a borrow pit and we need to improve the parking area and do some grading to allow fishermen to spread out along the shoreline. "We've tested the water and the trout can survive in there, at least while the water remains cool, but we have some problems with shoreline erosion and access that need to be taken care of before we start stocking trout." Coral to face Gold for Delaware Shore Hot Chocolate Run/Walk draws a crowd Participants in the Grove Club Hot Chocolate Run/Walk in- eluded (front row L-r) Tim Bamforth, Jim Lesko, Ann Mar. garet Donato and Ken Dickens. In the second row are Mike Brown, Margaret Colvin, Joan Williamson and Rusty Laporte. In the third row are Bob Hughes, Sandy Davies, Arleen La- porte and JoAnn Shultz. In the back row are Doris Manship, Joe LoBiondo, Jan LoBiondo, Harry Davies, John Donate, Dan Shultz, Doris Hicks and Jim Bastian. Open Space 5K - 10 a.m. at the Breakwater Junction Trail, Re- hoboth Beach. Sunday, April 3 - April Fools Day Run - 10 a.m. at the fishing pier, Cape Henlopen State Park, Lewes. Saturday, April 9 - Run For Jill 5K - 10 a.m. at the Milton Ele- mentary School, Milton. Sunday, April 17 - LDAF Race For Autism Half-Marathon and 5K - at Cape Henlopen High School, Lewes. Delaware and parts of Maryland and Pennsylvania. Applications are available by contacting head golf pro Ron Bar- rows at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club (227-3616). Applicants, who must be sen- iors in high school or freshman in college, must submit their name, address, current school, parent's names and the college of their choice. The application also re- quires a grade point average, class standing, copies of school records for the last two years, community service activities, list of golf ac- tivities, two letters of recommen- dation and a description of the ap- plicants plans after finishing col- lege. Several DSGA scholarships with a total value of more than $50,000 over a four-year period are awarded and renewable if grades are maintained. The winners will be announced at the Rehoboth Junior Open Golf Tournament on Monday, June 13. The tournament will be played at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club. SHORT PUTTS - The golf course hole-by-hole handicap al- location service can be accessed at the website Send your news about local tour- naments, charity golf events, holes-in-one and other golf news by email to Fschranck@HoleBy- Hole.corn or to steveh@cape indoor hockey crown A week after the tough opening round loss, the-Red team, behind three first half goals by Rebecca Pepper, Jen Warren, and Amanda Haxton, defeated the Black by a final of 3-0. The second half was a defensive battle by the Red team in control- ling the scoring combination of Jacki Warren, Leigh Ann Redefer and Brooke Bennett from the Black team. In the second game to deter- mine Red's opponent in the fifth place game, the Coveleski sisters of Kaci and Sam combined to each score for Orange to earn a 2- 0 victory over Green. Kaci Coveleski had the winning goal at 5:13 remaining in the first half while her older sister, Sam, scored early in the second half. Orange's defensive efforts lead by Lauren Willey and Tricia Himes were able to keep the Green team from the scoring circle. In the championship bracket, Gold defeated Blue 4-1. Gold took a halftime lead of 2-0 behind goals by Danielle Renken and Taylor Price. Mallory Talbot scored with just under eight minutes remaining to pull the Blue to within one, but then Gold's Renken and Amanda Deloy battled back for a pair of goals to earn a place in the cham- pionship game. The defensive efforts of Kristi- na Lingo and Jessie Dmiterchik were able to control the scoring combo of Laura Layton and Mal- lory Talbot. In the final game to determine the champion, the upset efforts of the Coral team continued with a 3-2 victory over Purple. Both teams had a pair of goals in the first half with Allison Young and Lindsay Walker scoring for Coral while Lisa Williams scoring twice for Purple. Laura Mcllvain's score for her Coral teammates, with just over two minutes remaining, earned their appearance in the champi- onship game. Hilary Merlo, Alli- son Young and Laura Mcllvain combined to frustrate the scoring efforts of Purple. The schedule for the final on Sunday, March 13, is as follows: 5:15 p.m. - Black vs. Green for seventh place; 5:45 p.m. - Red vs. Orange for fifth place; 6:15 p.m. - Purple vs. Blue for third place; and 6:45 p.m. - Coral vs. Gold fOr the championship. Apply now for invitation-only All Star hoop camp Applications are now being accepted for The Ten All Star Summer Basketball Camp. The camp is by invitation only and boys and girls ages 10-19 are eligible to apply. Past participants include Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, Jerry Stackhouse, Grant Hill and Antawn Jamison. Players from 50 states and 17 foreign countries attended the 2004 camp. College basketball scholarships are possible for players selected to the All-American team. There are camp locations across the country including California, At- lanta, Baltimore, Blacksburg, Va., Doylestown, Pa. and more.