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78- CAPE G, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 Police, Correction officers host tourney Youthful athletes took to the courts for a three-day basket- ball tournament that culminated with championship games at Cape Heniopen High School on March 21. Teams from the Milton Youth Basketball league and the Sussex Family YMCA participated. This was the first year for the Milton league, which was initiated by Delaware State Police troopers and Department of Correction officers, who volunteer their time to work with the youth. "We look at basketball as a vehicle to teach the kids good sportsmanship," said Sgt. Bernard Miller of Troop 7. In the 11- to 12-year-old division, the YMCA's Cape Medical team beat the Baltimore Trust team 48-43 in the champi- onship game. Leading scorers for Cape Medical were Bran- don Mann, 12; Jonathan Parsell, 10; and Chris Davis and Bradley Schneider, both with 8. Leading the Baltimore Trust team were Tony Quinn, 18; Nathan "Turbo" Morris, 9; and Josh Barr, 7. Baltimore Trust team members shown (above) in top row are (l-r) Nat Denver, Quinn, Barr and Kevin Jambros. In the third row are Morris, Jeff Peet, Jesse Billings and Cody West. Cape Medical team members shown in second row are Sher- maine Dunning, Davis, Parsell and Drake Chandler. In front are Tyler Bishoff, Schneider, Mann and Josh Duffield. Cape Medical's 13- to 15-year-old division team, the Black Bears, also did well, earning second place in the tournament to the Milton Rockets; the final score was Rockets 53, Bears 50. Leading the Rockets were Vincent Leggins, 17; Latiff Tur- rell, 13; and Daniel Cleary, 12. High scorers for the Bears were Antwaine Gibbs, 15; Vaughn Ayers, 13; and Tykee Perry, 14. Bernard Miller photom The YMCA's Black Bears, sponsored by Cape Medical, in tolp row are (l-r) coach Warren Perry, Gibbs and James Clements. In the middle row are Tommy Peet, Matt Hall, Tykee Perr2y and Mike Blankenship. In front are Rory Costello, Tie Hack and Ayers. Milton Rockets shown in top row are (l-r) coach Troy Haz- zard, Darnell Parker and coach Willie Turrell. In the middle row are James Eley, Leggins and Kevin Wyatt. In front are Peter Cephas, Bear Eley, Cleary, Turrell and Omar Johnson. Cape board hires spring, fall coaches The Cape Henlopen School Dis- trict Board of Education, on Feb. 26, hired the following coaches for Cape Henlopen High School: Tiffany McCullough, assistant boys' track; Pat Pollock and Ray- mond Rodriquez, volunteer assis- tant boys' and girls' track; Bob Keeney and Dusty Shocldey, vol- Unteer golf; Mike Bishoff, volun- teer girls' soccer; Raymond Ro- driquez, assistant cross country; Cindy Popovich, volunteer cross country; Nick DelCampo, head volleyball; Donna Johnson, head football cheerleading,  and Shawn Williams, co-assistant lacrosse. The board hired Jeff Burnham as the head baseball coach at Mil- ton Middle School and the follow- ing coaches for Lewes Middle School: Gilbert Maull, head track and field and Mike Mills and Mark Sudimak, co-head baseball. Hitters Continued from page 77 town is the manager while coaches will be Wayne Murray and Dave Vincent. The team will play its home games at Del Tech's Road Runner Stadium. Players on the team from Georgetown are Trey Bell, Wesley Givens, Matt McGee, Matt Murray, Morgan Shirmer and Colby Steele. Play- ers Trom Lewes include Morgan Ellis and George Hadder. Andrew Hopkins will represent Milton SOCCER LOSES TO DOVER 4-0 - Janna Wilcoxen provided the following report on Cape's March 25 soccer game against Dover: "We lost 4-0 to Dover. We played really well though. We held them to 1-0 through the first half. They made some really pretty shots that Erica couldn't save. She played ab- solutely fantastic, though. Out- standing players would have to be Dawn Cintavey, Kelly Palekar, and Erica Waples [in goal]. All three were defenders. They had good speed but we definitely kept up with their level of play." People Continued from page 77 hope to unravel the difference be- tween a golden fleece and a gold- en lease. SNIPPETS - Last football sea- son I picked Denver to win the Super Bowl at the beginning of the playoffs. If I were a betting man looking at the eventual NCAA national champion, I'm tempted to say North Carolina but that would be too easy. I like Utah but I'm going with Kentucky. So it will probably be Stanford, be- cause that's where Elway played and everyone has said this is" Rehoboth wrestlers take seven state'titles Seven wrestlers in the Rehoboth Beach Wrestling Club have won state titles in the Delaware Junior Olympics. Thirty-five club wrestlers competed in the Junior Olympics in Newark on March 14; 21 placed. State winner shown in back row are (l-r) Be Wilkinson, Ban- tam 52; Conner McDonald, Midget 50; and Brandon Hazel Midget 62. Shown in front are Josh Weldin, Midget 60; Bobby Hopkins, Junior 82; Michael Voss, Midget 93; and Brian Rig- gin, Midget 105. This is the fourth year that Hazel has won the competition in his category. Sixteen of the Rehoboth wrestlers qualified for the regional competition in Egg Harbor Township, N.J., on April 4 - the. most ever for the club. The other nine wrestlers who qualified for the regionals in- clude Brock Charles, a seventh-grader who won for the fourth year; he competed at Intermediate 160. Charles is considered advanced enough to wrestle at the high school level. The remaining regional qualifiers are Kyle Kaminski, 3rd Midget 70; Graham Esender, 3rd, Junior 62; Thomas Murray, 2nd, Midget 54; Kyle Hopkins, 2nd, Intermediate 80; Andy Chunn, 2nd, Intermediate 146; John Longo, 2nd, Intermediate 136; Matt Graviet, 1st, Elite Heavyweight; and Straughn Ger- man, 2nd, Elite 108.. Sussex Family YMCA Fitness Challenge/Quadathalon March 28 The Sussex Family YMCA Will present its fourth annual Fitness Challenge Quad-Athon on Satur- day, March 28. Registration forms are available now for the event, which will fea- ture a 500-yard swim, a 15-mile bike ride, a 3-mile run and an 1,800 meter row. Participants may enter as a team of two, a team of four or as an in- dividual quad-athlete. There "will be five age categories: 15 to 19; 20 to 27; 28 to 35; 36 to 44; and 45 and over. Late registration will 13egin at 8 a.m. on March 28, with the event taking place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. An awards ceremony will follow the event at 4 p.m. Awards will be given to the top three places in each division. The cost is $13 for an individ- ual; $24 for a two-person team and $44 for a four-person team. A $3 late fee will be charged for those registering after March 27. For more information, call Ryan Thoma or Roberta Thomas at 227- 8018. July 17-19 features racing doubleheader at Dover The Pep Boys Indy Racing League and the NASCAR Busch North Series at Dover Downs In- ternational Speedway Friday, July 17, through Sunday, July 19, will provide race fans with the chance to see two of America's fastest- growing racing series. The weekend begins with prac- tice and Bud Pole Qualifying for both races on Friday. Saturday, July 18, will see the Indy racing stars challenge the clock in the PPG Pole Award at noon, fob lowed by the 200-mile Busch North Series Race. Sunday's 400-kilometer Pep Boys headliner is scheduled for a noon green flag. For ticket information, call 302- 734-7223. For recorded information 24 hours a day, call 302-674-4600. Basic boating class offered at Huling Cove The State of Delaware will con- duct a free basic boating class at the Huling Cove CHEER Center, 1140 Savannah Rd., Lewes. The four-week class meets oncq a week for two hours each session, beginning on Monday, April 13, at 7 p.m. Call 684-2666.