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Among those participating in the recent Sussex Family YMCA Fitness Challenge were the people pictured here. Shown in clockwise order starting top left are Erie Hale who rowed 2,350 meters; Kim Schell who managed 56 curls under the direction ofRyan Thoma; Bob Cairo who did 42 bench press repetitions; and Kim Schell (I) doing 1.37 miles, volunteer Ron Walton; and (r) Tina Acklin who ran L33 miles. Cape linksters lose by 5 to Milford High crew By Dave Frederick James Clingan, an unknown sophomore who had never broken 40 for nine holes, shot a 34 for Milford as the Cape Henlopen golf team lost a match to Milford 177 to 182. "The kid from Milford was un- believable,"said coach Steve Wolak ."He was running chip shots right up to the pins while our guys were three putting." Cape was led by Ben Oakes who shot a 40. He was followed by Jerry Rawlings 46, Dan Pretty- Cape players named to all-state teams The following Cape Henlopen High School basketball players man 48, Mike Tigue 48, Scott Townsend 49 and Mark Moore 51. Played at the Shawnee Country Club under windy conditions the aerated greens (tiny holes) caused problems for many of the golfers. "It mainly affects chipping and putting," said Cape's Ben Oakes. "But it's the same for both teams." Cape hosted Smyrna Thursday March 27 at the Rehoboth Coun- try Club and planned to play only nine holes, not nine hundred. were named recently to all-state basketball teams: Terry Hazzard- first team boys; Cory Clouser, third boys; Bobby Leggins, honorable mention. Katie DelCampo and Maggie Widdoes, fwst team girls; and Car- ne Lingo, honorable mention. Kwtw IOtm Sussex YMCA members meet fitness challenge with zeal Sussex County's YMCA sponsored the third annu- al Fitness Challenge on Saturday, March 15 at the Sussex Branch, simultaneously competing against the Brandywine YMCA for state honors. The event was sponsored by American Fitness Corporate Sales, Bayside Health Associates, Beebe Medical Center, Building System Services, Delaware National Bank, John Spieker, M.D. and Tidewater Physical Therapy. Participants entered as teams or competed individ- uaily in four events: biceps curls, bench press, 10- minute run and 10-minute row. The amount of weight entrants lifted for the biceps curls was determined by a percentage of the partici- pant's body weight, with women lifting 20 percent of their weight and men lifting 35 percent. Lifting weight in the bench press competition called for women to lift 50 percent of their body weight and for men to lift 75 percent of their body weight. Scores for running on the treadmill were based on the total distance (miles) gained in 10 minutes. Scor- ing for the rowing machine was based on the total distance (meters) measured in 10 minutes. Divisions included male, female and co-ed teams of two; ironman and ironwoman; and masters (50 or over). Claiming first place for the co-ed team were Adam and Kelly Gelof. Adam performed 25 repetitions in the bench press and rowed 2,018 meters, while Kelly performed 57 biceps curls and ran 1.39 miles on the Drew Hodgens and Pat Beebe took the title for the male division, with 40 repetitions in the bench press and 35 in the biceps curls, 1.62 miles on the treadmill and 2,672 meters on the rowing machine. Roberta Thomas captured the masters' ironwoman division, squeaking past Gwen Guerke, who was a close competitor. Thomas performed 18 repetitious on the bench and 51 curls, ran .9 miles and rowed 1,844 meters, Bud Moore, in a close match against John Schulze, took first in the masters' ironman competition with 7 repetitious on the bench, 25 curls, 1.10 miles onthe run and 1,993 meters rowed. . Tina Acklin claimed the ironwoman title with an impressive 26 repetitions on the bench press, 70 bi- ceps curls, 1.33 miles on the treadmill and 1,934 me- ters on the rowing machine. Kent Buckson won the ironman title with 53 repe- titions on the bench, 37 curls, 1.54 miles on the tread- mill and 2,666 meters on the rowing machine. Sussex County members fared well against the Brandywine competitors. Of the ten who competed in the ironma division, three locals placed in the top four: Buckson, first; Damian Fuscellaro, second; Tim Foster, fourth. Moore and Schulze took third and fourth respectively in the masters ironman division. Acklin took first in the ironwoman division, and Thomas and Guerke took first and second place against the Brandywine YMCA. 645-8457 . 645-9060 -1-800-610-8457 P.O. Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 Briefly Sussex YMCA offering summer camp positions The Sussex Family YMCA is offering the opportunity to work at YMCA sports camps and day camps throughout the nation or right here in Eastern Sussex Coun- ty, Copies of the national vacancy list are available at the YMCA front office, Church Street, Re- hoboth Beach, or call 227-8018 and ask for Ryan Thoma or Craig Hubbard. Quiet Resorts golf tournament May 19 The 5th Annual Quiet Resorts Golf Classic will be held with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. on Monday, May 19 at the Cripple Creek Golf & Country Club. The tournament is limited to I00 players or 25 teams of four players. The format is a four-person scramble, 20 per- cent of team handicap. 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