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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2- May 8, 1997 - 75 Quick Hitters JV SOFTBALL ROUTS LAKE FOREST 19-3- Taylor Wilkinson pitched a complete game striking out six batters as the girls of coaches Chris Mattioni and Mark Ostroski raised their season record to 4-2. Julie Parseghian paced the offense just missing hitting for the cycle going 4 for 4 including a pair of singles, a triple and a homerun. Julie had five RBIs. Jamie Barr was 2 for with a pair of RBIs while Amanda Hopkins was 2 for 3 including a double and two RBIs. TOAN NGUYEN WINS BUT TENNIS TEAM LOSES- Third singles player Toan Nguyen re- mained once- beaten but not shy after up- setting Kirk Ranney at third singles 6-4, 7-6, 8-6. "My oppo- nent was mad because he didn't expect NG me to beat him," said the athletic but un- orthodox Nguyen. First singles. player Regan Derrickson fell from the ranks of the unbeatens losing 6-3, 6-3 to Michael Murray who - placed second in the state last year. "Murray is 6'4" and just all power," Derrickson said "He hits the big serve and then charges the net." Cape fell to 3-3 on the sea- son with the loss KAY KAR WINS BUT MIL- FORD CAPTURES MATCH- First singles player Kay Cofrancesco out-Fasted Milford's Emily Russell 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 to win a hard-fought match but the rest of the players went down to defeat as Cape lost 4-1 dropping its season record to 3-4 Cape could only win a total of six games over the remaining eight sets of tennis. Al- ison Sposato, daughter of Christ- mas tree mogul Fred Sposato, plays t'n'st doubles for the Milford team. Tom Butterly, a Cape grad- uate, has been the Milford boys' coach for the past four years. LAKE CLOCKS CAPE BASEBALL- The young Cape baseball team may already be looking to next year after drop- ping their eighth game in a row 10-2 to the Lake Forest Spartans. Mike Cunningham and Joe Bekeshka shared the pitching du- ties for Cape "We have a lot of young players in new positions and playing varsity for the first time," Cunningham said. "I am not discouraged. We are playing hard and setting our sights on next season." SOFTBALL CRYSTAL- LIZES LAKE- Crystal Alexan- der is a hitting machine and last Teesday anked out three as:the Taylor Wilk/nson (I) and Julie Parseghian of the Cape JV oftball team. Vikings defeated Lake Forest 8-3 Michelle Manship went the dis- tance on the mound to pick up the victory while her catcher, Stephanie Warrington, was 3 for 4. Cape will play Sussex Central in Georgetown on Monday, May 5. Delaware will close out spring football practices with the playing of the Blue-White game Saturday, May 3 at 1 p.m. at Delaware Sta- dium. Season ticket holders and students are free. Other admis- sions are $5 except former Tem- ple players who pay $10. BEST PALS ARE SURFER DUDES- Jack Powell, a familiar face out of the water on the road- running and triathlon trail, won the masters division at last week- end's Eastern Surfing Association event. Jack's son Aaron Powell won the Junior Men's competi- tion. BLUE HEN BLUE WHITE GAME- The University of DELAWARE LAX GET- TING LAXER- The Delaware lacrosse team lost its tenth straight game last Wednesday to the Uni- versity of Vermont 17-12 even though Delaware outshot the Catamounts (a wildcat like a lynx) 51-36. Delaware lost to Penn State last Saturday 13-12 before 2,500 fans in the annual Milt Roberts day game. Derrickson.Meals On Wheels Golf Tourney set for Monday, May 12 at Rehoboth Club The sixth annual Harry E. Der- rickson-Meals on Wheels golf tournament will be held Monday, May 12 at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club and there's still time to enter. The tournament will have a 1 p.m. shotgun start in a slingshot format. The cost of $150 per play- er and $550 per foursome includes greens fees, golf cart, beverages on the course, dinner and the awards ceremony which follows the tournament. There are also various sponsor- ship opportunities available for corporations or indi'iduals in- cluding hole sponsorship for $200; beverage sponsorship (2 lo- cations) for $500, and golf cart(s) for $75. Hole sponsors will have 18 inch by 20 inch signs display- ing their company name, and golf cart sponsors will receive a li- cense plate with the company name. There will be tournament prizes awarded for gross, net, longest drive and closest to the pin, as well as 'bole-in-one' prizes. The hole in one prizes, which are on pre, selected holes only, will be provided by C.P. Diver, and in- chida the following: a car, Hilton Head vacation package, airline tickets and a set of golf clubs, There will be a dress code en- forced for the tournament and soft spike shoes are required. Following the tournament, there. will be a cash bar at 5 p.m. and dinner beginning at 6 p.m. After dinner, the awards ceremony will take place as well as the drawing for raffle/auction prizes and the- 50/50 raffle. Proceeds of the event will bene- fit Meals on Wheels of Lewes and Rehoboth. Meal. on Wheels de- livers two nutritious meals each day to homebound residents in the Lewes, Reboboth and Harbeson areas. Meals are catered by Har- bor Healthcare in Lewes and de- livered to the homebound by vol- unteer drivers. Most volunteers work about two hours each week, make a round trip of 25 to 40 miles and deliver 10 to 20 meals. The Meals on Wheels volunteer force num- bers about 80, including drivers and board members. For more information, call ei- ther the Meals on Wheels office at 645-7449 or Ron Barrows at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club pro shop at 227-3616. Tree Pruner Fiberglass pole extends to 10' indudes saw and lopping blade. 72996. B/IAND Sm'ge Protector Plant Your Favorites! StarRoses Assorted Shrubs Hanging Baskets Q Annuals Geraniums Azaleas Perennials D Herbs CI Strawberry Plants FIVE POINTS Mon. - Sat. 7 am - 9 pm NASSAU Sun. S ,,, - 645-6658