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120 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 Continued from page 119 Barbazette, Brabara McCeney and Ginny Caras. The 9-Hole Lady Golfers at Sussex Pines were also in action April 29. Carmela Coleman placed first, followed by Dot Mar- shall in second and Wilhelmina Percy in third. Fewest putts honrs went to Jennifer Hagy. BEACH HOUSE CLASSIC - The 13th annual Children's Beach House Golf Classic will be held Wednesday, May 7, at the Shawnee Country Club in Mil- ford. Major sponsorship of the event is provided by PNC Bank, with additional sponsorship by L&W Insurance. Local businesses are being asked to sponsor indi- vidual holes. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Children's Beach House, serving boys and girls with communication and orthopedic disabilities in a summer resident camp; at-risk 4 to 6 year olds in a summer day camp; and children of all exceptionalities in a school year environmental education, field trip program. The 18-hole shotgun start is open to men and women. A $90 entry fee includes greens fees, golf cart and dinner. Golfers may bring a guest to dinner for an addi- tional fee of $17. Rowland Marshall of Lewes again serves as chairman of the event. For more information, call the Children's Beach House at 645-9184. YMCA GOLF TOURNA- MENT AND AUCTION - Coun- ty Bank is the major sponsor of the llth annual Sussex Family YMCA Golf Tournament & Auc- tion, set for Monday, May 12, at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club. Registration, check-in and a hot dog lunch, sponsored by the Lighthouse Restaurant of Lewes, takes place at 11:30 a.m., fol- lowed by a 1 p.m. shotgun start. A social with cash bar will follow at 5:30 and the awards barbecue and auction gets under way at 6 p.m. The cost is $115 per golfer. Tournaments sponsorships are available starting at $125. For more information, call the YMCA at 227-8018. DRY DOCK GOLF BENE- FIT - The first Dry Dock Golf Benefit will take place Friday, May 16, at the Rookery Golf Club, Route 1 east of Milton. The tournament begins with a shotgun start at 10 a.m., and the format is scramble captain's choice. The cost is $360 per foursome or $100 per person. Checks can be made payable to Dry Dock Inc. and mailed in care of Bob Walker, 10831 Heritage Road, Lincoln DE 19960. For more information, call 945-1411. . Beach Bash field hockey tourney set May 3-4 The Baltimore Field Hockey Association will be hosting the fourth annual Beach Bash field hockey tournament from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 3-4, at Rehoboth Beach Elemen- tary School. This year's Beach Bash will have 24 teams playing on four fields, including 16 adult teams and eight under 19 teams. The tournament has attracted teams from Delaware, Maryland, Penn- sylvania, Virginia and Washing- ton, D.C. One of the eight under 19 teams,-the Delaware Shore, in- cludes players from Cape Hen- lopen High School. The other Un- ler 19 teams are Lake Forest, Per- ry Hall, Atholton, Towson, The Heat, Catonsville and The Gators. The adult division includes The Brats, Washington, Shore Strikers, Second Effort, Octorara Shooters, The Villa Julie Mustangs, Ship- wreck, Lucky Draw, Hellcats, Downtowners, Third Degree, Bal- timore Blue, Salisbury State Club, Baltimore White, Underdogs and East Coast Motorcars. Several Cape alumni will be playing in the adult division, in- cluding Nancy Billger, Robin Adair and Carey Webb. Submitted photo YMCA crowns Division III hoop champs The YMCA Division III championship basketbal team in- cluded (back row I-r) coach Jeff McPike, Sam Mumford, Tra- cy Waples, Dan McPike, A.J. Verderame and coach Angel Mal- abet. In front are Brian Mack, Angel Malabet, J.T. Norton, Kyle Johnson and Diana Mumford. Lady Vikings down St. Mark's and Smyrna The Cape softball team moved into the heart of the spring sched- ule with wins over St. Mark's last Saturday 5-3, followed by a 5-1 victory at Smyrna last Tuesday. Colby Cooper scattered five hits while recording up four strikeouts against the Spartans, while centerfielder Lisa Williams was 2-for-4 with two runs scored. Andrea Carey knocked in an im- portant RBI with a single in the fifth inning. Last Tuesday Cape defeated Smyrna 5-1 as Colby Cooper struck out 11 batters while' giving up four hits. Staci Warrington was 2-for-2 as a DH and also picked up a walk. Amanda War- rington was 2-for-4 with a RBI double and also scored a pair of runs. Cape will host Caesar Rodney on Friday, May 2. Rich Benson named Rookie of the Week Rich Benson of Rehoboth Beach, a freshman at Stevens Tech, was named Rookie of the Week for the second time this sea- son after scoring five goals and dishing off two assists in a recent Continued on page 121 Rehoboth Beach Boat Show Come for the fun of it! Saturday, May lO & Sunday, May 11 lO am to Dusk Both Days Hosted by Rehoboth Mare Street & Shorts Marine Shorts Marine For more information, call 945-1200 or 227-2772 Check out our fantastic new personal watercraft and boats - fishing boats, pontoon boats, runabouts, cruisers and jet boats. \\; FEATURING: Bayliner, Maxum, Trophy, SeaDoo PWC and Jetboats, Parker, Tracker, Bennington, FishHawk and Suntracker. Many Inns Offering Bed & Boat Show Packages Bed & Boat Show Tour/ Sunday, May 11th Cost $10.o0" W Tour 11 Inns Tickets on sale during Boat Show or call 227-7ooo *100% of proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels & Sussex County AIDS Commitee