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Quick Hitters Continued from page 92 standing Player - Ronson Burton; Most Valuable Player - O.J. Wil- son; and the Academic Award to Adam Woods Booster Terry Bur- ton had put together a first-class scrapbook, complete with color lead page, which was given to all of the players. BOYS' TENNIS ACED BY SEAFORD - The 3-0 undefeated boys tennis team ain't undefeated no more, being shut out by Seaford, 5-0. The boys, looking for their first conference champi- onship in five years, were stunned at all positions on Tuesday. David Bryan defeated Regan Derrickson in straight sets 6-4, 6-2, while Bruno Zangari stunned Toan Nguyen 6-2, 2-6, 6-1. Jeff Nathan, playing the closest match of the day, lost a heartbreaking three-set match 1-6, 6-4, (6-3) to singles newcomer Hunt Stover. The first doubles team of John Floyd and Dane Baich were upset by the overpowering team of Arntt and Satchel 6-2, 6-2. The second dou- bles team of Rahul Sukumar and Marco Kaye were overcome by Seaford's Austin Ayes and his partner, 6-0, 6-1. SEAFORD TENNIS EDGES CAPE 3-2 - Second singles Amy Reardon 7-5, 6-3 and third singles Dana Smith 6-4, 6-4 were the only winners as the girls' tennis team dropped a 3-2 match to undefeat- ed Henlopen Conference for Seaford. LEWES LACES LAUREL - The Lewes Middle school girls' softball team defeated Laurel April 7, 21-7. Lewes scored 12 runs in the first inning, including nine hits and a grand slam by Beth Hitchens, as coach Ron Kahn pulled all the starters. The game was called after the fifth inning because of the slaughter rule. The win was the fourth in a row for Lewes, which raised its record to 4-1. The winning pitcher was Col- by Cooper, with relief help from Roxanna Durling and Brittany Morris. Beth Hitchens, Amanda Warrington, Maren Ford and Jen- nifer Carter had multiple hits for the game. BELL'S RIDERS ROLL OVER CAPE - Coach Charlie Bell of Caesar Rodney is entering his 30th year of coaching Delaware scholastic track and field, starting at the old Dover Air Base High School in 1968. Coach Bell and his Riders remained un- defeated by hammering Cape Henlopen (3-1), 111-35 Josh Abrams of CR won the 100-meter dash in 10.6 seconds, which is the second fastest time ever run on the Cape track. Abrams also won the 400 in 51.2 and 200 in 22.0. An expected showdown between Abrams and Kai Maull did not materialize, as Maull sat out the meet with a bruised heal. Ricky Thompson won the long jump with 18 feet 3 inches and the high jump with 6-0, while Dan Hea- cock won the pole vault at 9-0. Second-place finishers for Cape were Elijah Worthy, 100, 11.6; Mark Moore, shot put, 36-1; and Chris Knit, 800, 2 minutes 11 es- conds. Chris Jackson was second in the triple jump at 36-8. TRACK GIRLS LOSE FIRST TO CR, 76-61 -Cape's indoor state high jump champion Lindsey Barkauski is out of action because of an appendectomy. Lindsey, who also runs hurdles, missed April 7's showdown with Caesar Rodney, as did three other athletes who left town early for far-away spring vacations because they needed it. "We just can't cov- er for everybody today," said coach George Pepper, nursing a slim lead after 12 events. It looks like we're just going to run out of people." Janelle Savage won the high jump at 5-0, the triple jump at 33-3 and the long jump at 15-9. Danielle Guerin came from be- hind to win the mile in 5:41. Alex- ia Waples brought home the 400- COASTAL Tow100ta REPAIR would like to invite all of Flehoboth Shell's former customers to experience our services. We are a furl 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. 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Shue is training for the 10,000 at USA track and field nationals in New Orleans this June 17-22. CAPE SOCCER BEATS IR IN OVERTIME - The Cape Hen- lopen High School girls' soccer team evened its record at 3-3 with an April 8 2-1 win over Indian River. Diane Friend kicked the winning goal in overtime for Cape. Her winning goal came on an as- sist from Sarah Popovich. Lauren Fuqua scored Cape's first goal, with an assist from Emily Walls. WIZARD'S MAGIC SOC- CER CAMP PLANNED - The Wizard's Magic Soccer Camp '98 will run from 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., June 29 - July 3, at Shields Elementary School. The cost is $85 per camper for players 6 to 18. For registration information, con- tact Tricia Holland at 302-947- 1851. Joe & Margaret Mansfield Serving the Eastern Shore of MD & DE You'll love our Quality, Service & Reasonable Prices! Commercial & Residential Septic. Drain & Sewer Services. Drainfield Restoration with Money Back Guarantee. 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