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58 - CAPE GAZETrE, Friday, Briefly Rehoboth Httle League update In games played during the Week of May 22, the Nicola Pizza Phillies opened the week with an impressive 12-2 win over the Shore Fence Giants behind the pitching of Pat Woods, who just moved to the area from Pennsyl- vania (his brother, Adam, plays in the Senior League). Pat Woods recorded 15 strike outs enroute to his f'n'st victory of the season. On Tuesday, the Grotto Pizza Yankees edged the Hazzard Big A Braves, 9-7, the first of two wins during the week which gave them a share of first place with the Braves, both sporting 5-2 records. Starting pitcher Andre Dunning struck out eight batters and was backed up by effective relief pitching from Adam Talley. John Dillon boosted the Yankee of- fense with a triple and a double. The highlight for the Braves was Kevin Soots 4-for-4 performance at the plate. On Wednesday, the Phillies recorded their second win of the week by blasting the Fairway June 2 - June 8, 1995 Builders Cubs, I9-8. The "new kid," Pat Woods, once again played a major role in the win with a single, double and home run. Teammate Kyle Anderson also had a home run and Will Em- mert contributed a double. On Thursday, the Braves edged the Giants, 9-6, with Richard Lantz sparking the win with an in- side-the-park home run, while Kevin Soots added a double and two singles. And on Friday, the Yankees got their second win of the week with an ll-7 victory over the Cubs. The Cubs' Trippy DelCampo slammed a home run. Volleyball league opens at Crab Barn The first full week of the Crab Barn Summer Beach Volleyball league gets underway Monday, June 5, with the following games: Mixed Nuts versus Crab Barn Rhythm at 6:30 p.m.; Info Sys- tems versus Crab Barn Long Neck at 7:30; and Long Neck Car Care versus Hawaiian Julep. Thursday, June 8, games in- clude: Pete's Roadhouse versus Neighborhood Store, 6:30; Crab Barn Rhythm versus Lite Ice, 7:30; Long Neck Laid Back ver- sus Long Neck Car Care at 8:30. Steve Hoenigmann photo There's no stopping Frank Colesanti There's no stopping Frank Colesanti. The 61"year-old Ango- la Beach resident, who last year placed third in the open divi. sion of the Best Body on the Beach contest, has kept busy competing in a number of bodybuilding events. On May 13, Colesanti traveled to the Eastern Seaboard Body Building Competition in PennsvUle, N.J. where he placed second in the masters (over 55) division. On May 20 he competed in the Na- tional East Coast Tournament of Champions in Alexandria, Va. where he placed fifth in the over 50 age group. "I should have placed at least fourth in that competition," said Colesan. tl, who the very next day placed second in the over 60 age group in the Mr. AnnapeHs Competition in Annapolis, Md. Colesanti said this week that he plans to compete in the Best Body on the Beach competition this summer. Colesanti works out at The Firm in the Shoppes of Camelot, Rehoboth Beach. YMCA to open sand pit volleyball court" The Sussex Family YMCA will dedicate a new sand pit volleyball court on Saturday, June 3 - the 100th anniversary of the birth of the sport which is growing in pop- ularity by leaps and bounds. The grand opening will be held from noon to 4 p.m. and will fea- ture free volleyball games, food and prizes. For more information, call 22%8018. Delaware ESA sets fourth competition e s., photo The Delaware Easteru S00ing Gutter golf finale played in Lewes Association (ESA) will host its fourth surfing and bodyboarding Some of the world's finest gutter golfers gathered in Lewes competition of the 1996 season at6a.m, last Sunday, May 28 for the finale of the1995 season this Saturday, June 3, beginning at which started back in January. The golfers are shown here 9 a.m. on the south side of Indian gathered around the final hole, at the corner of Chestnut and Third, at the conelnsion of an exciting and tightly played six River Inlet. holes. Course superintendent John Ellsworth included Third The event is open to all wave Street, Fourth Street, Shipearpenter, Ocean View Boulevard, riders regardless of age or ability. Pilottown Road, Queen Anne Avenue, Burton Avenue and For more information, call 227- Chestnut Street in the fairway llne up for the gutter golf fi- 4011. hale. Ringers Kerry "Curie Pie" Rhoades and Brian "Racko" Lamb paced the field in the better ball event finishing with a Youth fishing tourney lean 50. The veteran team of Jimmy Forsythe and Dee Pep- per clocked in with a 51 and Forsythe's left.handed drive out set June 17 in Milton of a rough next to a split rail fence on Third Street was hailed as the Chevy Shot Of The Week. Capt. Speed Lackhove and The annual Youth Fishing his partner John Ellsworth finished third with a 54; the pair Tournament, sponsored by the of medics, Frank Shade and Bill Stevenson, finished with a 55 Lewes-Rehoboth Bass Finders and best-dressed gutter golfers award; while Dennis Forney Club, will be held Saturday, June and Phil Norton, unable to cheat as well as the rest, carded a 17, beginning with registration at 56 to close out the field. Shown (l-r) are Laekhove, Norton, 8 a.m. at Milton Municipal Park Forney, Forsythe, Ellsworth, Lamb, Stevenson, Pepper, on Broadkill River. The tourna- Shade and Rhoades. ment begins at 9 a.m. and will end with an awards ceremony at 1 p.m. person both nights; children ages The tourney, sponsored by PNC There is no entry fee and there 6-12 cost $1, while kids under the Bank, includes a dinner, prize and will be three age groups of corn- age of 5 will be admitted free. awards ceremony. petition - 0-6, 7-12 and 13-15. Gates to the half-mile clay oval The tournament is limited to the open at5 p.m. with the green flag The tournament is open to men first 150 young anglers to enter, dropping at 7. For more informa- and women of all skill levels, and Anglers can fish from a boat or the tion call SeaCoast Speedway's of- winners will be determined shore, rice at 629-5721. through the Callaway handicap- For additional information and ping system. to register, call Dan Molinaro at Milford Memorial Golf The hole-in-one grand prize 645-7186. Classic on tap June 7 will be a 1995 Chevrolet Lumina, The fifth annual Milford donated by I.G. Burton's. SeaCoast Speedway sets Memorial Hospital Golf Classic tWO nights of racing will be held Wednesday, June 7, Proceeds from the tourney will SeaCoast Speedway, located on beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the benefit the many endeavors of U.S. 113 just south of George- Shawnee Country Club in Mil- Milford Memorial Hospital. For town, will host two nights of rac- ford. more information, call 424-5708. ing this week beginning tonight, June 2, when there will be feature sprint cars and street stocks. Saturday night, June 3, will be Uncle Willie's/Skoal Bandit rac- ing night with fans getting a chance to meet the Skoal Bandit The night also includes racing in the modified, sprint, street stock and vintage car divisions. General admission is $8 per LU00C00= Sat Noo__00 : Happy Hour 5-7 Nightly . I  Now Open I  Ill Greaf Margaritas! Plonning i PAPEI00..?" 7 Days A Week I  [llr '" TmProblems I ]li! 10a.m.-6pan. I : I[11 _. Aeo.b, I i1,J Y ! "N 315 Rehoboth Ave. I "" I c-, Oarlft/t/e/F_3 Rehoboth Beach, DE I  : :lj'- " Open Year Round Foraker & Comlxmy, P.A. our lOth year