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106. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 2003 Briefly Henlopen Soccer Club sets tryouts The Henlopen Soccer Club will be holding tryouts for a girls un- der I3 (as of August) travel team to play in the Mid-Atlantic Soccer League. Th6-ague plays on Sun- day' aftemdbas at various fields between Dover and Berlin, Md. hdditi6n; two tournaments also are sehedftled during the season. TryoiRs will be held at 6 p.m. ThursdaY, June 5, and Tuesday, June 10, at the Hudson fields on Route 1 north of Lewes. Bring a size 4 soccer ball, shin guards and a water bottle. For more information, call Alan Luzak at 947-2198, or visit the website eteamz.com/henlopensoc- cerclub. Legion baseball to open season June 1 The Post 28 Warriors American Legion baseball team will open its 40-game season at noon Sunday, June 1, when it faces the Sussex West Patriots at Seaford High School. Get in the swim at Delaware Tech Before you and your family make waves this summer, make sure your swimming and water safety skills are up to date with children's and adults' swim class- es at Delaware Technical & Com- munity College in Georgetown. This year's swim program again will feature classes with Red Cross instruction and certifica- tion. Instruction is given in a 25- meter, six-lane swimming pool lo- cated on the southeast side of the campus behind the Jason Technol- ogy Center. Water safety instruc- tors, assisted by advanced lifesav- ing instructors, can give individu- alized attention when teaching each new level of skills. The av- erage class is five students per in- Structor. Designed by the Red Cross, the following classes meet for 10 ses- sions for $45: Tiny Tots (2-5 years); Beginner (levels 1 & 2); Advanced Beginner (level 3); In- termediate (levels 4 & 5); Swim- mer (level 6); Advanced Swimmer (level 7); and Adult Beginner Swimming. Session I begins June 17 with morning and evening classes available. There will be three additional cycles of classes through the summer: Session II begins July7; Session III, July 28; Session IV, Aug, 11. Courses are also available for Snorkeling and Scuba Diig;;"-i participants must be t least 12 years old. For information-and iegistration assistance, call 854- 6266. ' +i Basketball g cliaics set this summer Basketbg:tining clinics will be:onduefdikiy throughout Dan Cook photo We goofed Pictured above are Lauren Folke, left, and her sister, Jessiea. Their photos were reversed in last week's Ath- letes of the Week feature. Our apologies. the summer by professional bas- ketball player John Dadzie. Boys and girls of all ages inter- ested in taking their game to the next level are invited to partici- pate. Group and individual train- ing is available with flexible limes and venues. For more information, call 644- 9705. Blue-Gold baseball game set for June 7 The 26th annual Blue-Gold High School Baseball All-Star Classic will be held at 6 p.m., Sat- urday, June 7, at Frawley Stadium in Wilmington. The annual game raises funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware. All-star players from across the state who are graduat- ing seniors are selected by their coaches to participate in the event. The All-Star event's activities also includes the induction of the Class of 2003 into the Delaware Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame, introduction and plaques awarded to the 2003 First Team All-State and the eighth an- nual Bill Bruton Memorial MVP award. For more information, call 302-998-3577. Erlk Sumption photo Daily Market helps sponsor Steve Downs' big block modified Lewes Patrolman First Class Steve Downs, right, stands in front of his big block modified race car with Tim Wallace of the Daffy Market in Lewes, a sponsor. Downs parked his vehicle outside the Daily Market in Lewes Friday, May 5, to show it off to the public and thank Wal- lace for his support. Sea Colony tennis ranked 14th in world Sea Colony, located just south of Bethany Beach, is ranked No. 14 on a list of the world's top 75 tennis resorts recently released by Tennis Resorts Online, the leading online source for tennis instruc- tion and packages run by former "Tennis Magazine" editor Roger Cox. This marks the third consecu- tive year that Sea Colony finished in the world's top 15. Sea Colony also ranked No. 4 for best junior tennis programs. The Bethany Beach tennis facility is the home of USTA National Champion Jessi Robinson, as well as other junior tennis standouts over the last three decades. Sea Colony features 34 tennis courts, including four indoor and 12 Har-Tru clay courts, as well as 25 top-notch tennis professionals. There is also afull slate of instruc- tional programs, camps, tourna- ments, yotlth and adult clinics and more. In addition to its tennis of- ferings, Sea Colony features one- half mile of private beach, 12 pools, fitness center, hiking and biking trails, security and more. For more information about Sea Colony tennis, call 302-539-4488. YMCA announces new youth basketball program The Sussex Family YMCA will host a new program for boys and girls ages 9-12. This instructional basketball program is designed for the beginner as well as ad- vanced players. Instruction begins Sunday, June 15 and will involve new skills, enhancing existing skills and learning the importance of teamwork. Classes will be di- vided by age and skill level. For more information, call the YMCA at 296-9622. Basketball applicants now being evaluated Final applications are now be- ing evaluated for the Ten Star All Star Summer Basketball Camp, which is by invitation only. Boys and girls ages 10-19 are eligible to apply. Past participants include Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, Grant Hill and other basketball legends. Camps are located in sites across the country. For a free brochure, call 704- 373-0873. GOLF INSTRUCTION Specializing in lessons for beginner and novice players. Norma Clark 302-644-6575 Beginner's Special: Introductory one hour group lesson for only $20. Class size limit is 10, so call now for schedule of classes. ATTENTION The Rehoboth Beach Patrol Junior Lifeguard Program is now accepting applications for interested families who wish to have their children learn ocean safety, practice teamwork and participate in youth activities while interacting with ocean lifeguards. The Rehoboth Beach Patrol Junior Lifeguard Program wel- cOmes all youths from ages 7 to 16. Please visit us at .fiehobothbeachpatrol.com. Click on the junior lifeguard '/link.; ThiS pgge will tell you everything you need to know aboutthe:Junr Lifeguard Program. If you have any question, please, cat[fh.e City of Rehoboth Beach at 227-6181. Hope to see you, Captain Kent Buckson Rehoboth Beach Patrol Lt. Thad Zimmer Program Director 18 EXCLUSIVELY P.U.B.L.I.C Hole Championship Course Long Neck Road, Long Neck, Delaware FOR GOLF RESERVATIONS: 302.947.9800 888.844.2254 www.baywoodgreens.com