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iii 7 ii!iiii!i!!i i!!i! !!iiii!!!!!!!iii!!ii iIi ,0000IIIIII !i !i!!!i!ili!!! Members of the Lewes Middle School team shown in the back row are (l-r) Sean Sweeney, William Sipple, Julius Brown, Nick Adams, Tony Quinn, Jason DiBattista, Frank Andrews and Jacob Adams. In the third row are Randy Amiss, Cohen Sade, Nate Williams, Kevin Hemphill, John Longo, Kenny Guy, Tony Adams, Lee Warrington and Rhys Slaughter. In the second row are Brandon Brennan, Chelsey Rodgers, Brandt Aubrey, Kevin Butler, Kevin Soots, Matt Joseph, Taylor Donohue, Jeremy Fox, Chad Travis, Justin Hoffman and Tyler Grove. In front are Carrie Bennett, Stephanie Luther, Coryne Barnes and Lauren Palmer. Lewes wrestling The Lewes Middle School wrestling team ended the season with a convincing victory over Milton. The Vikings put it all to- gether in the second half of the season, winning four of their last six matches. The young squad will miss the talents of Kevin Soots, Justin Hoffman, Randy Amiss, Tony Adams, John Longo, Kevin Hemphill, Nate Williams, Nick Adams, William Sipple, Julius team completes successful season Brown, Frank Andrews and Chuck Denny next year. But the 19 returning seventh graders promise an exciting 1998-1999 season. Next year's squad will feature the experience of Brandon Brennan, Matt Holton, Chelsey Rodgers, Brandt Aubrey, Kevin Butler, Taylor Donahue, Matt Joseph, Jeremy Fox, Chad Travis, Tyler Grove, Brett Howett, Rhys Slaughter, Cohen Sade, Lee War- rington, Charlie Gathers, Sean Sweeney, Tony Quinn, Jason Di- Battista and Jacob Adams. Now that the foundation has been laid, Coach Mike Morris looks ahead to establishing a win- ning tradition. "Things are look- ing up for us," said coach Morris. "Last year we had only three re- mining wrestlers. Next year we're looking at 19 coming back. That should make a huge difference in our program." Running Continued from page 79 the track. Come out and support the Lewes Middle team next Wednesday as they try to get the program off the ground again. Cape jumper Kai Maull is fea- tured as one of the country's top jumpers in this month's Track and Field News "Prep Preview" nam- ing him last year's winner of the National Scholastic Outdoor Championships. Coach George Pepper, Cape's in- door coach this past season, is also quoted in the section regarding Kai. Pat Cooper, Mike Tyler and Thurlow Cunliffe ran last week's Caesar Rodney Half-Marathon in Wilmington, while former Cape runner Cindy Price won her 18-24 age group with a l:32:40...March is the month of birthdays, so three cheers go out to the following friends and relatives: Kay Jen- nings, Trish Watson, Diane Chaney, Wayne Sherman and Ann Bamforth, and four cheers for my wife, Monique, on her 28th. Upcoming Events Sunday, March 29 - April Fools' Day Run and Walk to be- gin at 10 a.m. from Cape Hen- lopen State Park. Saturday, April 11 - Lewes Physical Therapy 5K and Walk to begin at 10 a.m. from the L.P.T. office on Savannah Road. Saturday, April 18 - Old- Timers Day 5K and Walk to begin at 9 a.m. from City Hall on Church Street in Selbyville. For more information, send an S.A.S.E. to Seashore Striders, P.O. Box 485, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 orcall 947-1772 Tourney d Continued from page 80 out the county where seniors can gather to eat and socialize. Other services in which CHEER en- gages are aimed at maintaining the physical and emotional well-being of Sussex seniors, including trans- portation for weekly shopping and recreational trips. "We felt CHEER would be a great organization," according to Spence. "I think it is a tremendous hon- or," said CHEER Deputy Director Richard Harper Jr. "We are tremendously flattered bY the se- lection and we plan to put the money to good use in support of the seniors in Sussex County." Crystal said that the business community is being encouraged to make donations to a silent auction, everything from the three-day weekend already offered by Brighton Suites in Rehoboth Beach to baseball caps or car oil changes. Crystal said the silent auction donations are a huge part of the fundraiser and he asked the com- munity to take an active role. 8eel ,g IbqA - ? do-raM ,.ahil ,I3XAD [qo - 08 CAPE GAZETI, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 - 81 QUALITY ROOFING SUPPLY CO. Invites ALL to tour our New Facility 1572 HWY ONE LEWES, DE (302) 644-4115 COASTAL TOWING REPAIR would like to invite all of Rehoboth Shell's former customers to experience our services. We are a full service repair facility with over 25 years experience and ASE certified mechanics. We're here to assist any and all of your automotive needs! Complete Major & Minor Repairs All Foreign & Domestic Autos & Trucks Emissions Testing Brakes 5 F.xust Serns Computerized Wheel Balancing . 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