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People Continued from page 64 called innovalions resulted in be- haviors rehearsed and unnatural. days when people worked to- gether for a common goal and with mutual affection and respect for one another. No wonder Mike Mock got a standing ovation the first day of school when his return to the profession was announced. Way to go Milton: I'll never tell another Milton joke unless, of course, it involves a farm animal. Briefly MARKY MARK DEBART- His hurdling abilities discovered one May morning in a senior POD class, artist Mark DeBar- tolomcis practiced once then ran with the Cool Spring Connection in the shuttle hurdle relay, win- ning a gold medal and setting a chool record. Easily the most successful but shortest track ca- reer in the history of Cape. The news from New York is that Mark, who works on Park Avenue for NFL properties as a graphic artist, designed last year's Super Bowl logo and also has been re- rained to do this year's logo. He also designed the new Eagles uni- forms and thinks art teacher John Gardoski should he given his own parking spot at Cape for mentor- ing an artist into the sports big time. SNIPPETS- Teenage fly guy Jeff Chorman, 18, a Cape Hen- lopen senior, last week earned his commercial pilot's license with an instrument rating. "It enables me to get paid for flying," Jeff said. (Bad news for Allen.) Jeff was certified by a pilot named Dennis Einstein, who flies out of New Castle County airport at the speed of traffic lights. Next fall Jeff will matriculate at Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, where he will major in aeronautical science specializing in the airline industry. (Whatev- er)...Don Colburne was Top Gun shooting a 98 at last weekend's Ducks Unlimited trap shoot at the Broadkiln Sportsman's Club. BJ. Savage wasthe Greenwings-un- der 18-Top Gun shooting a 49. Every so often, without warning, a white clay pigeon appears on the firing range. Shattering the pi- geon wins the shooter a free chicken. Talk about fun on Del- marva. Other shooters scoring in the 90s were Danny Daniels, 97; Dave Henry, 96; Jack Finnefrock, 95; and the relentless and unwa- vering Wait Marvel, 94...Todd 'q'onka Diesel" Fritchman, a lieu- tenant and veteran of the Re- boboth Beach Patrol, has left the fraternity of RBP and taken the job as captain of the Dewey Beach Patrol. Fritchman teaches science at Smyrna, where he also coaches football and soccer. The balance of power for Julfs tug of war has suddenly shifted...Thanks to all the students who consoled me last week over some letter to the editor in local papers. "Hey Fredman. Why are they taking down your wife in the newspaper? She's so nice. I feel like hurting somebody." (High school ethics.) "That's a different Susan Freder- ick," I said. "A completely differ- ent person." The reaction was al- ways the same. "Well then, who cares?" Go on now, git! YMCA to offer lifeguard course April 29 The Sussex Family YMCA will offer a lifeguard course beginning Tuesday, April 29 for six weeks. The class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 6:30 to 9:30. The course trains and certifies individuals in the YMCA On Guard H program and presents the knowledge and skills needed to help prevent and recogniz e" aquatic risks. This training is valid for two years. CPR and First Aid must he kept current to maintain the validi- ty of the certification. The course fee, which includes textbook and three certifications, is $95 for YMCA members, $120 for Associate Members and $155 for non-memhers.  For more information, call Ly- dia A. Schmierer at the YMCA at 227-8018. Cape Region Al:hlel:es Of The Week ASHLEY REED Ninth grader Ashley Reed of Rehoboth is a three sport athlete who is a starting do- fens/re player at Worcester Country School in Berlin, Md. Last Monday Ashley cradled the ball and sprint- ed the length of the field scoring her first varsity goal in a 14-10 victory over East- on. The team coached by Carol Hartnett is 7-1 on the season. "Lacrosse is my fa- vorite sport because it is the most fun," Ashley said. "There is nobody checking in women's lacrosse, only stick checking." CAPE , lday, AIn'H 25- May I, 199"I - Two narrow defeats drop Cape girls soccer mid-season fortune tunately, the team's short history would not be repeated as Cape was edged out by a 1-0 score. Cape's superiority over St. Eliza- beth was evident in all areas, ex- cept the one that really matters at the end of the match, the scoring column. "We played well defensively and in the midfield," said head coach John Myers. "The big problem was when we got into the attacking third we couldn't get good shots on goal." By Scott F.dmvdch The 1997 Lady Vikings soccer team has seen its fortunes drop since a 5-0 thrashing of Sussex Central. In its past two games Cape has fm St. lh and Ursuline, and come away with two narrow defeats. In the more recent match against St. Elizabeth the Lady Vikes traveled upstate to face a team that they had beaten by an emphatic 4-1 score in their final game of the 1996 season. Unfor-, k. goon photo Cape's KellyPalekar moves in to try to gain control against an Urmdine player in a recent contest. "We dominated the whole game. One mental mistake cost us that game," said sophomore Diane Friend. Cape previously faced Catholic school Ursullne at the Vikings' home stadium on Saturday, April 19. Despite early lapses, the La- dy Vikings held their own against the upstate power. "We played well against Ursuline," said My- ers. "We fell behind early, par- tially because we are still trying to find a defensive unit that can work well together." "Our first fifteen minutes we acted like we didn't know what we were doing, and that's when they scored both goals," agreed Friend. "Some of the things that we are going to work on are marking up defensively, and making decisions quicHy," said Myers. After a lackluster opening, Cape held Ursuline Scoreless for 70 minutes but were unable to put the ball 4nto the back of the net, giving Ursuline a 2-0 victory. "Dawn Cintavey and Sara Popovich did well defensively, marking their two strikers, and we had a lot of great scoring chances," said Myers. 'q'he sec- Continued on page 66 ED MARTIN Mr. Ed (why the long face?) shaved his golden locks and you gotta Lyle Lovett, but that hasn't sapped his strength as he runs second midfield with his cousin and spe- cialist Matt Martin on Cape's 9-1 lacrosse team. Ed won the traditional and much avoided Roger Townsend Award at the Ducks Unlimit- ed shoot at the Broadkiln Sportsman's Club. The Roger Townsend Award goes to the armed-with-a- shotgun person who misses the most targets. BYRON BURTON Byron Burton played foot- ball for Cape but he is more of an offbeat athlete ex- selling in roller hockey and bowling. Bowling for the Bubba's Bozos team (his ae- cent earned him a spot on the roster), Byron rolled a 279 which was high for the 18-team league, and he also scorcd a 784 for three games to finish ahead of George Layton's 711. Jim Dell led the league with a 199 aver- age, followed by Byron Bur- ton, 196; Kevin Miller, 195; George Layton, 193; and Dave Deigns, 192. DERRICK q Attackman Derrick qu/llen scored five goals in last week's victory over Brandywine them eam__ back on Monday to dish off five assists as the Vikings knecked Glasgow (overrat- ed) from the ranks of the un- beatens. "Derrick has be- come a very good an.round lacrosse player,  said Coach Steve Aubroy..`Along with Josh Wyatt and Billy Lingo, we have a pretty solid at-] tack." quillen is the "big] guy" on a smallish attack[ unit former coach Rob 8chroeder calls 8murfs. 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