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60 - CAPE GAZE'lVIp Friday Rehoboth little League game update In games played the week of May 29 in the Major League of the Rehoboth Little League, the Braves took over sole possession of first place with two victories. The Hazzard Big A Braves started the week off on the right foot with a 12-6 win over the Nicola Pizza Phillies. Kurt Kulp homered for the winners. On Wednesday, the Grotto Pizza Yankees continued their winning streak with a 15-8 win over the Shore Fence Giants. Strong pitch- ing was provided by Joey Vavala and Adam Talley. On Thursday, the Braves recorded their second win of the week by pasting the Fairway De- velopment Cubs, 14-2. Brandon Hazzard provided the highlight of the week with two doubles and his first home run - a grand slam tO pace the victory. Joey Brown and Steve Conlon also had doubles for the winners. On Friday, the Yankees win- ning streak came to an end as the Phillies posted a 7-5 victory be- hind the strong pitching of Pat Woods, who struck out 15 batters. Adam Talley had a double for the Yankees. For the Phillies, Reese Rogers went 4-for-4 at the plate with four bunt singles, while teammates Kyle Anderson and Johnny Longo contributed dou- bles. The game of the week came on Saturday when the Giants edged June 9 - June 15, 1995 the Cubs, 10-9. For the Cubs, Trippy DelCampo kept his team in the game with a pair of doubles, while teammates Tim Hack and Jordan Morrow each chipped in a double. The Giant offense was bolstered by the hitting of Richard Lantz, Danny Pihlkar, Tosh Try- on, Jeremy Warrington and Leon Epps, all of whom smacked dou- bles. Blue Gold Golf Classic set June 19 The first annual Blue Gold Golf Classic comes to Kings Creek Country Club on Monday, June 19, to help kick off Blue Gold Week, the prelude to the annual Blue Gold All-Star High School Football Game to be played on Saturday, June 24, at the Universi- ty of Delaware football stadium in Newark. More than 370 golfers are ex- pected to compete in three tourna- ments on June 19 (one in each county) and hope to raise more than $115,000 for the benefit of the Delaware Foundation for Re- tarded Children. Co-chairmen for the Sussex tournament are John Lingo of Lin- go Realtors and Ed Cranston of Wilmington Trust. Committee members include Craig Karsnitz, Larry Sharp and Dan Tidwell. Registration for the Blue Gold Classic begins at lh30 a.m. and costs $100 per golfer. The fee includes the tourna- ment, awards and a post-tourney barbecue. For more information and to register, call John Lingo at 645-2207 or Ed Cranston at 856- 44349. 1 Million Inventor,: Reduction Sale SAMPLE THE SAVINGS 13Oltlm Ilmll photo Cape region Special Olympians excel John Burkhart, right, of Rehoboth Beach, was one of hun- dreds of special athletes who competed in last weekend's Spe- cial Olympics Summer Games at the University of Delaware in Newark. When the dust had settled, John returned home with three silver medals he earned in the freestyle, back- stroke and relay events of the swimming competition, as well as a plaque honoring the Cape Gazette with 1995 Outstanding Media award. Publisher Dennis Forney accepted the plaque. In addition to Burkhart, two other Cape regionathletes. Reg- gie and IUehard Miller of Rehoboth Beach. competed in the unified bewl/ng competition. All three athletes will be part of a 52-member Delaware delegation heading to the 8peelal Olym.e World Omam to be held later this mmnaer ia Con- Surfing Association holds fourth contest The Delaware Eastern Surfing Association (ESA) held its fourth surfing and bodyboarding compe- tition of the season Saturday, June 3, on the south side of Indian Riv- er Inlet. The waves cooperated with some waist to chest high glassy surf. Here are the results of the competition (winners listed beginning with first place): Boys bodyboard John Speziale, David Lowe, Eric Sim- mons, Sean Donovan, Baptiste Buchler and Jason Wilson. Junior bodyboard. Colin Her- iihy, Sean Emchke, Brian Stoehr and Luke Powell. Senior bodyboard - Joey Har- ris, Mike Wells and Jim Urban. Masters: Matt Naylor, Brad Hoffman and Edwin Smith. Grand Masters: Jack Powell. Boys iongboard: Baptiste Buchler, George Cole, Joe Cole, Aaron Powell and Will Carrol. Junior longboard: Max Hoshino and Brian West. Senior longboard: Jack Pow- ell and Jim Urban. Menehune - Baptiste Buchler. Boys - Aaron Powell and John Speziale. Junior men - Max Hoshino and Brian West. Men - Keith White, Cory Scot- do, Rob Clower, Neff Brosnahan and Mike Paoli. The next Delaware ESA com- petition will be held Saturday, Ju- ly 1, at the beach in front of Gor- dons Pond in Cape Henlopen State Park Crab Barn hosts volleyball games The Crab Barn's Summer Beach Volleyball League contin- ues this week with the following games scheduled. Monday, June 12: Pete's Road- house versus Scalawags 39ers at 6:30 p.m.; Neighborhood Store versus Info Systems at 7:30; and Hawaiian Julep versus Mixed Nuts at 8:30. Thursday, June 15: Baithaser General Construction versus Bud- weiser at 6:30; Crab Barn Long Neck versus All States Construc- tion at 7:30; and Mixed Nuts ver- sus Longneck Car Care at 8:30. 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