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76 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 Forms may be picked up at At- lantic Cellular, or the Reebok out- let store. For Mohr information call the Mooseman, Moose Mohr at 227-3495. From The Ca3e Gazette's Traveler Series By Dave Frederick GET BACK JOE JOE!- Se- nior baseball players Joe Bekesh- ka and Joe Deloy pulled down big honors at Thursday's Cape Hen- lopen baseball banquet. Bekeshka was honored by receiving the prestigious Chris Short Award while three-sport standout Joe De- loy was selected team M.V.P. "That means my name will be around here forever," Joe Bekesh- ka said. "That's a great feeling." Previous winners of the Chris Short Award include Zach Crouch '92, Wardell Allen '93, Jon Baker '94, Chris Irelan '95, and Matt Crouch '96. Other M.V.P. awards given by the coaches were re- ceived by Mike Cunningham, pitcher; Adam Scott, newcomer; Phillip Williams, most improved and Be Hitchens, offense. Cun- ningham completed the season with a 2.83 era. DOVER ROLLS IN THE CLOVER- The Dover golf team won the state championship for the seventh straight year Wednes- day afternoon at the Rehoboth Country Club outshooting Sale- sianum 628 to 638. Each of the team's top four golfers played 36 holes. Cory Sheldon of Newark won medalist honors with a 145. Cape Henlopen placed a re- spectable 7th in the 30 team tour- nament. Top scores for Cape were Ben Oakes, 160; Scott Townsend, 169; Dan Prettyman, 170 and Jer- ry Rawlins, 174. Scott Townsend putting for Cape. LISTEN UP LAX LADDIES!- The Rehoboth Beach Youth Summer Lacrosse League will begin Wednesday June 18. The youth division will play from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The older league, which includes high school players through college and open, will play from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Registration fee is $20. ALL STATE DEFENDERS- Long pole defenders Jimmy Der- rick and Matt Hall were recently selected first team all-state by the lacrosse coaches' as- sociation. Scott Steele, a middie, and Josh Wyatt, an attackman, made the sec- DERRICK end team. Billy Lingo and Ryan Short re- ceived honor- able mention. The high school all-star game will take place Friday night at A.I. DuPont. Rich Welsh, Ryan Short, Ed HALL Martin, Mike Golder and Jamie Walls will rep- resent Cape. TIKIOB ON "TEAM IN TRAINING"- Cape Henlopen graduate David Tikiob is training for a marathon June 21 in Anchor- age Alaska. David, 33 years old, (father Dick, mother Ann, and brother Richard and sister Leslie, all locals) is raising money for the Leukemia Society of America. David is representing Zachary Lare, a seven year old patient from Union Bridge, Md. David needs to raise $3,500 by June 1. He can be reached At 1-410-653- 0982. He will be in town May 27. RIDE THE TORCH RUN- On Wednesday, June 17, a 17 mile bike ride will serve as a pro- logue to the Law Enforcement Torch Run the following week- end. The bike ride will leave Fen- wick Island at 5:30 p.m. and ar- rive at the Rehoboth Elementary School where riders will regroup for the final ride to the Rehoboth band stand. The bike ride is part of three events which make up the super cop triathlon; the other two being the Lewes Polar Bear Plunge and the Torch Run. BODYBUILDER EXTRA- ORDINNAIRE- Frank Colesanti, age 63, of Angola Beach, placed third in the men's master's (60 & over) catego- ry of the 1997 Annapolis Bodybuilding and Fitness Champi- onships held Sunday, May 18. There were eight com- petitors in COLESANTI Colesanti' s class and people came from as far away as South Carolina and New York to compete. The photograph above, taken in March of 1996, shows John and Dolores Heckert of Maplewood, Rehoboth Beach, on the Hawaiian beach of Waikiki with famous Diamond Head volcano in the background. They were with a Cape Henlopen Senior Center group. Gazette prints many points of view This photograph shows Marion Lisehora of Millsboro during a trip to Hawaii in April of 1996 when her 13th grandchild - Kapri Ann Lisehora - was born to Dr. George and Tanya Lisehora of Kailua. Marion took time from her grandmotherly duties to read her Cape Gazette at the top of Diamond Head. Waikiki Beach is visible in the background. I I" I Please deliver all the local news to: ! I II Please print ! ,, , Your name I Your address I I I I I City State Zip I I II P-I'one I Second address (Snowbird) SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Enclose check) D $25 Sussex County (52 wk) O $13 Sussex County (26 wk) D $40 Out-of-County (52 wk) D $22 Out-of-County (26 wk) Q $30 Snowbird mailed Out-of-County part of the year. 2] $30 College Student (9 mo.) O $2 Senior Citizen Discount (52 wk) Make check payable and mail to: Cape Gazette, Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958, or call to place credit card order at (302) 645-7700. L .,- _ m ,.= m .,= .=. ,=, .,. ,=..., ..,. ,=...,...., _ =,= ,=, ,, ,=. m .., == g . m B m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ m J * Jbjn ih the ea Gazette Tve|er !i eWs0pe on you ravi,; photofi : yourself and shae it With ul Sh U flow la  itO the Cs Gaze gets