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CAPE GAZIw eFay, April 13r. April e19' 2001 -: 115 Viking golf team sets recOrd with 149-162 ove Milford "It was an outstanding day!" Cape Henlopen High School golf coach Jerry Domeman made no attempt to hide his emotions after his Viking squad beat Hen- Iopen Conference rival Milford on Tuesday, April 10, with an impres- sive 149-162 score. All four of Cape's scoring golfers posted rounds in the 30s, a result Dorneman said had never been equaled by any prior Cape golf team with which he'd been involved. "'Even years ago, as an unpaid assistant, with all the great golfers that have come through this pro- gram, I can't recall any team ever posting four rounds like that in a single event. This is definitely a first as far as I know." Dorneman grinned. J.J. Oakley led all players with a par round of 36 on Rehoboth Beach Country Club's front nine. His round included a 25-foot putt for birdie on the ninth that drew applause from his teammates and the spectators. "I had a good round," said Oak- iey. "I birdied the fourth hole and only had two bogeys, including a one-putt for bogey on the sixth." Oakley spoke well of his com- petition. "I like playing the guys from Milford. We know each oth- eL they're good players and they follow golf etiquette." Golf is a sport that admittedly attracts the occasionally self-ab- sorbed. On the other hand, Oak- ley's playing partner, Tyler Wit- man, was as interested in. talking about Oakley as about his own round. "J.J. played really well today. He made some great putts, includ- ing some two-putts for par from long-distance. It was fun to watch.'" Witman was no slouch either, posting a 37 for his season-best at Rehoboth. "I hit my irons really well today, and made eight greens in regula- tion. I birdied the 7th hole with an approach to two-and-a-half feet, and made a double on 4. Iwent for the green in two and fanned the shot into the water." Mark Johnson was also pleased with hig 37. "I putted excellent to- day. I birdied 6 and bogeyed 3 and 4. Basically, I listened to what my uncle [Terry Johnson] told me and had fun." Adam Talley finished the team scoring with a 39. "There was nothing too special about my round, really. I birdied 7. and drove out-of-bounds left on 9 for a double bogey. I wasn't real happy with my bogey on number 1, my last hole of the day." The April 10 wm continued an unbeaten season fbr Cape, includ- ing their April 5 win over Lake Forest High School at Rehoboth CC, 156-225 Oakley earned medalist honors with a 36, including three birdies, a bogey, and a double bogey. "I bladed my sand shot on number 8, and was lucky to make bogey on GOLF Fritz Schranck that one." Oakley said. Witman's 39 included a double and two bogeys. "I had a four- footer for par on number 3 that broke at least 6 to 7 inches and missed it." Talley shot a-40 as the third Cape scorer. "I parred l, 4 and 7, and birdied 5. My second shot on 9 was only 20 yards off the green, but I picked my chip shot and made bogey." Jason Ritthaler scored his best round of the season thus far with a 41. "I tripled bogeyed to start, and doubled 8, but the rest were pars." At press time the Vikings were to travel north to play Smyrna on April I I before spring break be- gins. The squad next hosts Caesar Rodney on April 24. OPEN FOR BUSINESS - The folks at Clubhouse Golf are now open for business at the former Golf Day site on Rehoboth Av- enue and Route i, just outside Re- hoboth Beach. Ed Larkins and his merry gang of sales staff are look- ing forward to meeting the needs of Cape Region golfers and tourists looking for bargains. Give them a call at 227-3347. or stop by'between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. to welcome them back. HILBECK WINS OPENING "EVENT - Sheila Hilbeck took first place in-the low net in the opening day event of the Sussex Pines 18 Hole Lady Golfers on April 10. JoAnn Foster was sec- ond. followed by Ginny Caras in second place, Kay Gremminger in fourth place and Kay Burkhart, Mary Lu Pearson and Mary Back tied for fifth. The low gross win- ner was Sandy Bunting, followed by Madelyn lIacklin in second place. GOLF PARK RANGE OPENS - The Golf Park at Re- hoboth, a public 18-hole Scottish- Links executive course, has an- nounced the opening of its driving range. Additional amemties and stations will be added in upcom- ing months. The course also offers a full- service bar and grille, putting green and teaching facility. WILLIAMS A WINNER - Kitty Williams took first place honors in low net and low putts in the 9-Hole Lady Golfers event at Sussex Pines Country Club. In second place was Kathy Young, and Bernice Talley came in third. ROADRUNNERS FINISH THIRD - The Delaware Tech- Owens golf team kicked off their season with a third place finish out of 12 teams competing at Deerwood Country Club in New Jersey. The tournament was host- ed by Burlington County College on April 2. Delaware Tech's Pete McCaf- frey, a graduate of Sussex Central High School, was the top finisher of the tournament with a 75. Other scores included Mark Booth's 81. Mike Young's 84 and Josh Marr's 85. Delaware Tech will host its first tournament this Saturday, April 14, at Baywood Greens. SHORT PUTTS - You can read Fritz's golf book reviews, his past columns, or learn about his handi- cap stroke allocation service for golf courses at www.HoleBy- Hole.com. Send your news about local tournaments, charity events. holes-in-one and other golf news by e-mail to FSchranck@HoleBy- Hole.corn or steveh@capegazette. com. Th Just off Rt. 1 on Rt. 16 E Cape's J.J. Oakley bias| Rehoboth Beach Countr2. on April 5. He then led hi win over Milford April 1 Fritz Schranck photo s out of a sand trap at the 8th hole at , Club in a victory over Lake Forest s Viking teammates to an impressive by carding a low score of 36. 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