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Rommne Pack photo Milton Middle baseball efijoying good season The Milton Middle School baseball team won a narrow, 7-6, victory over Lewes Middle on Wednesday, April 30 to improve its record to 5-2 on the season. The team's next game is Fri- day, May 2 at. home against Delmar. The last two games of the season will be Monday, May 5 CAPE GAZET'rE, Friday,'May 2- May 8, 1997. 79 Non-competitive walk in Rock Hall May 10-11 The Chesapeake Bay Wanderers will host a non-competitive 5K (3 miles) or 10K (6 miles) walk on Saturday and Sunday, May 10 and 11, in Eastern Neck Island National Wildlife Refuge, Rock Hall, Md. The start time is any time between 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and finish is by 4 p.m. The trail is mostly over paved, unpaved and natural surfaces, and are not recommended for wheelchairs or strollers. For more information, call George at (410) 255-6350 befoi'e 9 p.m. Est. 1958 at home against Chipman and Monday, May 12 against Sussex CentraL Members of the team include (top), Anthony I=.I, =.-a. -t eoaeh; (back row, I-r), John Miller, assistant coach; Jamaal Tlmmons, Tykee Perry, lucky H/eks, Thaddeus 8hoekley, Sam Jefferson and Ben Wfltbank, coach; (th/rd row), Antron Hazzard, Gerone Sample, Chris Betts, Alan Parsons, Mark Johnson and David Wil/amson; (second row), Amy Kittroll, manager, Travis White, B.J. Savage Jerry Wells and Andrew Hopkins; (front row), 8ean ]Pnllmer, Jordan Reynolds, Brooks Sanger and Matt Surfers complete season's first event USTE00 The Delaware Eastern Surfing Association hosted its first event of the season on Saturday, April 26 at the North Side of Indian Riv- er Inlet. Waves for the contest were in the two to four foot range. The results of the competition were as follows: Buchler. Junior Longboard: 1. Colin Herlihy, 2. Aaron Powell. Jr. Men's Division: 1. Aaron Powell, 2. Shawn Ehmke, 3. Jason Wilson, 4. Bobby Cooper. Master's Longboard: 1. Mark Harrell. Sr. Longboard: 1. Jack Powell Men's Division: I. Mark Har- rell, 2. Neff Brosnahan. Master's Division 1. Keith White, 2. Jeff lsancs, 3. Matt Nay- lor, 4. Edwin Smith, 5. George Crabb. Grandmaster's Division: 1, Jack Powell. Sr. Men's Division: 1. Will Durkee. Jr. Bodyboard: 1. Colin Herfi- hy, 2. Shawn Ehmke, 3. Chris Araya, 4. Andrew McBride, 5. Scan Donovan. Sr. Bodyboard: 1. Brian Stoehr, 2. Ed Timmons. Boys Division: 1. Baptiste Buchler, 2. Danny Carrel, 3. Quin Revel. Boys Longboard: 1. Baptiste NFL players coming to Kings Creek a.m., with tee time at 11 am. with a shotgun start. The barbecue will be served from 3 to 6 p.m. A pro-celebrity auction and din- ner buffet will take place Thurs- day, May 15 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., at the Golden Corral in Dover, with all you can eat, $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Celebrities committed to date include John Taylor of the San Francisco 49ers; Gene Banks of the Chicago Bulls, Larry Little of the Dolphins NFL Hall of Fame; Michael Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens; Michael Barrow, all-pro of the Panthers; Ernest Byner of the Baltimore Ravens; Ryan Kuehl of the Washington Red- skins; Doug Williams, Super Bowl MVP of the Redskins; Mike Meade of the Green Bay Packers; Lionel James of the Cincinnati Bengals; Scott McGregor of the Baltimore Orioles; Earl Campbell of the Oilers; L.C. Greenwood of the Pittsburgh Steelers; Eddie Robinson of the Jacksonville Jaguars; Eddie Payton of the Min- nesota Vikings; Gregg Pruitt of the Cleveland Browns. The entry deadline is May 14. For more information call 302- 739-5180. The Second Annual Rod Mil- stead Pro-celebrity Golf Tourna- ment sponsored by Delaware State University Athletics and Kins Creek Country Club, will take place on Friday, May 16 at Kings Creek, Rehoboth Beach. The entry fee is $95 per person or $350 per foursome, which in- cludes a Kansas City barbecue, cart, greens fees, awards and prizes, with each foursome having a pro as the fifth player. The cost is $20 per person for the barbecue only and spectator passes are $10 per person. Check in time is 9:30 to !0:.45 Running I'm excited to see what this year's crew can do in the relay...The Masser 5 miler and Strider youth races will be held on Mothers Day, Sunday, May 11, at Cape Henlopen High School beginning at 9 a.m. The event will kick off another summer racing series .which is predicted to be the largest series since 1991. Calls and requests have been pouring in for race applications and runners will be attending this summer's local events from all over the country. For information, contact the Seashore Strider Race Hotline at 947-1772 or send a SASE to Seashore Striders; P.O. 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