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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 - 83 All-Star Continued from page 80 sex County (discounting Randy Brittingham from the hard courts) and later Waples said. "I change that. In my opinion Pat Woods is the best point guard in the state." Move over Brian Polk and Car- los Hawkins. Tim Widdoes re- ceived recogniuon as Cape's most improved player and the crowd applauded as he was congratulat- ed for his monster game at Sussex Tech where he played tough de- fense on Brian Polk while sconng 20 points himself. Tommy Sheehan received the sixth man award for his success in the later part of the season coming off the bench and igniting the team. Sheehan is looking at Tem- ple University and the football program, and they're looking back as the "Mad Stork" may strut his stuff on the North Broad Street campus. Bobby Croce was recog- nized as Cape's best academic player while jokes were made about his dunk against Wood- bridge. Croce will attend Clem- son University in the fall. Team managers Arti Nanani and Robin Robalyn received certifi- cates and plaques. Junior varsity coach Troy Haz- zard congratulated his team on a 14-6 record but said, "I thought in the beginning we could go 20-0, but I know we developed some great players lbr the future." Freshman players recognized included Chase Corman for Heart and Hustle, Prentice Perry for Best Defense, Kevin Maull for Leadership and James Eley for Best Offense. Last Saturday Darrell Davis and Julius Hazzard played for the Gold squad in the BlueGold 2000. All-Star game held at the Bob Carpenter Center in Newark. When the dust settled, the Blue squad prevailed 109-97. The event this year was an all day affair for the players and in- cluded both the girls and boys games, presentation of the all- state teams, a three-point shootout and a slam dunk contest at half- time of the boys game. The girls all-star game was won by the upstate Blue squad 88-54 over the Gold. Cape's Julie Parseghian netted six points for the Gold. Jessica Witherspoon played limited minutes for the Gold before reinjuring her knee that caused her to miss half the regular season Nevertheless Jessica was voted to the all-state third team. Julie Parseghian was voted Honorable Mention as was freshman point guard Toni Jones. Michelle AI- banese of St. Mark's was the Play- er of the Year. Lefty Hkeeem Williams of Lau- rel was the surprise winner in the boys three point contest while Brian Polk ,the boys player of the year, was the clear winner of the slam Dunk contest. Both Darrell David and Julius Hazzard re- ceived Honorable Mention All- State. Dan Cook photos Above, Cape All-Stars Julius Hazzard, left, and Darrell Davis, right, join Seaford's Courtney Griffin as they receive the Top 20 Award, which was presented to the state's best boy basket- ball players. Below, Cape all-star Julie Parseghian joins teammates Antonia Jones and Jessi- ca Witherspoon at the all-star festivities. Jones joined Witherspoon as recipients of the Top 20 Award as the best girls basketball players in the state. McDonald wrestles S way to victory at rglma tournament GOtF - By John McDonald The Peninsula Wrestling'Al- liance of Virginia held its state tournament the weekend of March 24-26. The touranament is an open event which allows out-of- state competitors. It is a rare situa- tion, as most states prefer their champion to be a resident. Of course, this is in the tradition of the state which was first in pro- moting equal opportunity for all, way back in 1776. Local wrestler Connor McDon- aldhad won this event in 1998 and 1999. This year he decided to enter two age brackets, il-12 and 13-14. Connor, who turned 11 in November, won his first two matches by pins after running up scores of 15-4 and 15-0. He won the l 1-12 division by defeating Marty Carlson of Ashland Park, Va. 15-0. In a strange twist, Carl- son, who had also opted to wrestle in two divisions, was McDonald's opponent in the championship round of the 13-14 age group. McDonald made fast work of this final match with a pin 46 sec- onds into the first period. Other members of the Rehoboth Wrestling Club took this weekend off in order to attend local base- ball tryouts or to regroup after a long campaign. The Rehoboth Wrestling Club is sending 15 boys to the regional tournament April 8-9 in the Salis- bury Civic Center. If you have never seen youth wrestling, this would be a great place to start. The club has been very successful in sending area youth to regional and national events. Jenna Pavlik, who has won a silver medal at a world event in Poland, started with Re- hoboth Wrestling Club. Unlike some sports, wrestling gets no .funding without earning or begging. Today, I am doing a little begging. Several of our chil- dren could use a little help to at- tend the Tournament of Champi- ons in Columbus, Ohio, April 29. If you are able, please send a big fat check made out to the Re- hoboth Wrestling Club. Small skinny checks will also be grate- fully accepted at 326 Chesterfield Road, Lewes, DE 19958. Indiwidual I Pamily (2) J,,,,,iof (16 & a,,deO (Available through March 31) Ask About our Sussex Co. Resident Rate 9am Shotgun Start Get ,,our team together and join us for fun and prizes. Pre-registration required.