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CAPE GAZETTE - Frida April 11 - Monday, April 14, 2008 - 117 Cape Sharks honor their scholar athletes The Cape Sharks Little Scholars Pop Warner organization recognized its scholar athletes at the year-end banquet at the Rehoboth Beich Convention Center. Nineteen students in grades 6 through 9 were recognized as qualify- ing as Academic All-Americans by the nation- al organization. These athletes maintained a 96 percent or better academic average for the entire year pre- ceding the start of football season. Award win- ners from the Midgets team included Joshua Carter, HUnter Davies Harmon, Joseph Keller, Jeff Klabe, Kyle McCoy and Thomas Ott. From the PeeWee teams: Luke Benson, Ethan Caldwell, Tyler Collins, Craig Fanto, Grant Gillan, Sean Grogan, Luke Justice, Todd Keen, Austin Kitchen, Austin MacCoy, Terrance McMahon, Andrew Metier and Zachary Neuhaus. Two athletes, Luke Benson, a sixth-grader at Eagle's Nest Christian Academy and Sean Grogan, a seventh-grader at Beacon Middle School, were selected for the Eastern Region Scholar first team. Selection was based on grade point average, honors, extracurricular activities and community service. The Pop Warner organization's primary. emphasis is on academics for participants. Fifty football players and cheerleaders received the 2007 Carl Walls Award at the ban- quet. These outstanding students earned a 93 percent or above on their fall 2007 report cards. Hunter Davies Harmon, a ninth-grader at Worcester Preparatory, was awarded the Casey Lynch Leadership Award in January. The Henlopen Pop Warner Football League awards a Midget football player with the Casey Lynch Award. Casey was a i3-year-old quarterback on the 1991 Delmar Midget Wildcats, who died on the Delmar football field while playing the Woodbridge Blue Raiders with 17 seconds left in a 6-6 tie game. Only one Midget player is chosen to receive this award each year in Casey's memory. Criteria for this award include outstanding leadership on the field, in the classroom and in the community, along with above average grades in all subjects and respect for parents, coaches, teachers class- mates and fellow teammates. The Cape Sharks will be holding sign-ups for football players and cheerleaders from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 12 at Shields Elementary School. For more information contact Mike Ash at 947-1246 or visit the web- site Submitted photo Hunter Davies Harmon was the winner of the Casey Lynch Leadership Award. Submitted photem Senior teams win medals at tournament The Senior Lo-I)el Volleyball League entered all six of its teams in the Eastern Shore Senior Games Volleyball Tournament held April 5, at Salisbury University. The senior teams competed in five-year age groups determined by the age of the youngest player on each team. The First Staters (65) and the Quick Chicks (60) beth brought home gold medals. The Small Wonders (60) earned silver, while the Ladybugs (60) and the Rough Edges (50) beth captured bronze medals. The Dune Diggers (50)took a fourth plaee. The Lo-Del Volleyball League plays in Georgetown year- round. For more information call Marion Lisehora at 934- 9512. Above, Delaware First Staters team members include (back row, l-r) Mimi Peters, Doris Brown and Mandy Bouvier. In front are Georgia Billger, Marion Lisehora, Judy Stevenson, Dolores Blakey, Harriet Mair. Below, Delaware Quick Chicks team members include Willa Jones, Jo Ann Pessagno, Sue West, Grace Pesikey, Helen Chenoweth and Margaret Long. Introducing the Twice As Nice CD We heard you've been looking for more than guaranteed growth and FDIC- insured security from your CDs---so we're giving you a new option most CDs can't offer: flexibility. If interest rates increase during the term of your CD, simply ask us to bump it up. And you can exercise that option not only once, but twice. Get your Twice As Nice CD today - you'll start at a great rate, with double the opportunity to grow even better! 3.0000 Two-time bump-up option Only $2500 minimum de requirement Some of the best rates around 888.291.2400 *Momber FDIC. Rate and offer are subject to change and may be withdrawn without notice. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is effective as of publication date. When exercising the bump-up option, the APY for the current 36 month CD term will apply. Retail CDs only. IRA, Business and Jumbo CDs, Relationship banking bonus and other coupon offers do not qualify. Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. At maturity, this CD will revert to our standard 36 month CD product.