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Viking athletes named to All-Conference teams The Henlopen Conference has announced its All-Conference teams for the sports of tennis, soft- ball and baseball. The following Cape Henlopen High School ath- letes were selected: Tennis: Regular season cham- pions, members of the girls tennis team dominated the second team selection, while Swedish ex- change student Anna Eriksson, state champion at second singles, was named to the All-Conference team. Named to the second team were first singles Melissa Betts, third singles Melissa Tooley and the first doubles team of Elizabeth Spencer and Kay Cofrancesco. On the boys side of the net, the second doubles team of Spencer Derrickson and Jerry Rawlins won second team honors. Softball: Five members of the Viking softball team were recog- nized the Conference. Named to the All-Conference team was ju- nior outfielder Allison Griffith, who received honorable mention last season. Named to the second team were senior second baseman Katie Rickards, sophomore out- fielder Carrie Lingo and sopho- more shortstop Katie DelCampo, a first team selection in 1994. Re- ceiving honorable mention honors was freshman pitcher Michelle Manship. Baseball: The Conference rec- ognized only two Viking baseball players - senior hurler Ben Evick who repeated as an All-Confer- ence first team selection; and se- nior second baseman Chris Irelan. Skateworld Artist Club slcat, ers garner The Christiana Skating Center in Newark hosted the 19th annual Delaware Spring Roller Skating Invitational last month, and 11 Skateworld Artistic Club skaters came home with top honors. They include: Wench/Griffith of Sesford - first in Junior Olympic (JO) Level II Division B Ladies Figures. Tiffany Gunn of Lewes - third in JO Level I Division C Ladies Figures and second in JO Level I Division C Ladies Freestyle. Adam Mitchell of Rehoboth Beach - second in JO Level I Division A Boys F'ures and third in JO Level I Division A Boys Freestyle. Lindsay Morris of Rehoboth Beach - first in JO Level II Division A Girls Figures and second in JO Level I Division B Girls Freestyle. Mike Morris of Rehoboth Beach - first in JO Level I Division A Boys Fk 3- awards at compel:itim ures, first in Primary Boys Figures and third in Pdmary Boys Freestyle. Shoniqua Parker of laurel - sec- ond in Sophomore Ladies Freestyle. Other Artistic Club skaters par- ticipating in the competition in- eluded Vicky Barmack of Ocean City, Md., Asheley Class of Georgetown, Melinda Eichen- miller of Seaford, Tiffany Mitchell of Rehoboth Beach and Sarah Laney of Seaford. Artistic Club coaches Rick and Debbie Slatcher are in the process of preparing their skaters for a freestyle mini-meet to be held June 11 at Skatewofld II at Mid- way. For more information, call 875- 2121 or 645-0463. Fmfl ealood RESTAURANT Open Air Family Dining Now Open 7 Days 4 p.m. Monday - Fday 3 p.m. Saturday. Sunday Specializing in Barbeque Baby Back Hbs Fed Chicken, Steamed Crabs, Steaks & Lo of Seafood K3 eat for $1 ckJnson 8 on he Bay" Dewey Beach 227-3888 CAPE G, Friday, June 2 - June 8, 1995 - 59 ['at and Bm Wright read the Cape Gazette while tourln 9 the ruins of Chichen lt. Mexico. When the ruins got boring they knew what to reach for Bill and Pat Wright of Dewey Beach celebrated their first wedding anniversary in February with a wedding trip gift from Bill's brother, Tom Wright, and his wife, Pam, of New York City who accompanied them. They wrote to us when they returned: "We spent most of our time snorkeling in the bay outside our secluded hacienda in the town of Akamul, Quintana Roo, Mexico. We explored the ruins of the areas, hunted for shells and coral along the reefs and sampled the seasoned cuisine of Mexico. 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