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Cape Gazette SOUTH SIDE SHOOT OUT DRAWS 28 PROS TO DEWEY Full results will be in the Friday edition DAN COOK PHOTOS SMALL WAVES DIDN'T FAZE the tough competition at the 5th Alley-Oop South Side Shoot Out June 4 and S at Indian Riv- er Inlet South Side. Twenty-eight pros smashed the waves with shove its, down the lines and aerials pleasing the crowd gath- ered on the beach to watch. This is the premier skimboarding event in Delaware for the Skim USA tour, which also serves as the second stop on the United Skim Tour. This competition has become known for its high-level skimboarding and quality waves that the inlet's south side can offer this time of year. Dewey Beach pro Jason "JDub" Wilson shows his skill during the Sth Alley-Oop South Side Shoot Out, held June 4-5. Pro Emanuel Embaixador of Portugal getsair during the South Side Shoot OUt. Far left, John Weber of Lewes performs wrap in the Semi-Pro Diviflon. At left, PrO Steven Bradford of Largo, Fla., gets air during the two-day event. randmom Rose said, "You can't trump mis- erable, so never argue with the chronically annoyed." Just symbolically fork them occasionally with a barbe- cue prong;, it's enough to keep them agitated for weeks. It's in- evitable that with all the running races on the roads in our resort community over the summer, some property owners would fred the sight of hundreds of fit people of all ages putting forth effort for altruistic causes to be more annoying than they can stand. Usually older men pull :the Captain Safety card out of their wallets while grumpy women prefer the threat of run- ning over someone with their Buicks. There are a few races like the Run for Autism and the Blue-Gold 5K for the Delaware Foundation Reaching Citizens with Intellectual Disabilities that put runners on Anglers Road, and by my observation, fisher- men don't like runners because nmning ain't a real sport like fishing. Some conflicts are irrec- oncilable; justice doesn't always prevail, and the miserable some- times win, but the good news is they remain miserable. Henlopen Acres - It's a stun- ningly beautiful, tree-shaded community of magnificent homes, but what is cool about the place is that, even though it has its own mayor and police force and could easily post bunches of "No" signs warning oilg sunbaked tourists to stay out with their rollerblading, bik- ing, running and walking and rickshaw-riding annoying selves, it doesn't. I fred that to be in- credibly magnanimous. In the sports world of coaches, writers and administrators, it's the same way. Those individuals who WEARING RACE FOR THE RIBBON T-SHIRTS from the ga and Jessica Berg, Al's wife. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO~j~ p~evious day (I-r) are Alex Aguinaga, AI Aguinaga, Austin Aguina- have achieved the most are also often the most gracious and nicest people. I think it's called class. A for Arizona - I ran into a fam- ily vacationing from Arizona af- ter the running of the Dos Locos 5K in Rehoboth. There were capital As all over the place. They ran as Team Phoenix - Alex Aguinaga, A1 Aguinaga, Austin Aguinaga and Jessica Berg, Al's wife. Alex and Austin are 17 and both are twins - inside joke - entering their senior year at Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, where they run cross country and traclc Jake and Diaz - Cape junior Jake Dmiterchik and sophomore Ozzie Nardo were recently se- lected to the DIAA Delaware All-State baseball team. Jake, a fh'st baseman, and Diaz, a pitch- .. er and shortstop, both made sec- ond team. These teams show up and then disappear quickly. I'm having trouble finding them all. -,i Snippets- Meg Barfleywas re- Continued on page 32