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Henlopen SoccerClu]:, prepares for growth People The Henlopen Soccer Clu b will be accepting registrations for the&apos;fall 090 Zean by mail until July 15, and new regiSlthgtfidelines . . -- , .. -:.>-, will be set in place.  ; " " Fees are $25 for the first plilyerand a $5 dis- count for each additional player in a family. A late fee of $10 will be assessed for any registrations received after June I 1. The most significant of the registration policy changes is that July 15 is the last day to register play- ers. Club president Allen Luzak said the change is LUZAK necessary to accommodate the anticipated growth of the club. "We must give the registrar enough time to place players on teams, get rosters to the I Little i00gue Continued from page 95 the 6-foot-5-inch height of his father, Mike,. had Dodger hitters '.'bailing out" in the batters box as he recorded six strikeouts in two in- nings of work. Dodger pitcher Tyler Townsend did smack Tappan for a first inning double, but by then the score was already 4-0. In fact, Townsend collected three hits and pitched well over six innings, but it was like wrestling a bear, not a Cub. The score at the end of the second inning was 9-0 and could have been higher if not for some courageous stops of screaming ground balls by shortstop Evan Ritter. Cape Re gion Athletes Of The Week REGGIE MILLER Representing the Sussex Determinators at last week- end's Delaware Special Olympics, Reggie won six medals and one ribbon. Miller captured a gold in the unified swim relayand a MATT LOGAN A teammate of Reggie's with the same coaches, Steve Neblas and David Cer- ney, 16.year-old Matt cap- tured gold medals in swim- ming in the 25-meter freestyle and the freestyle gold in the long jump. He relay. He also nailed down a won a silrer in the 25-meter pair of golds in track and freestyle and a bronze in the 50-meter freestyle. Miller al- so captured a bronze in the 400.meter run and a seventh place in the 25-meter back- stroke, Reggie thks his Coaches Steve David Cerney. field, winning the long jump and 100-meter dash. Logan captured a bronze in the 400-meter run. Matt and Reggie Miller are both stu- dents at Cape Henlopen. The Cape community is very proud of Matt and Reggie. coaches and allow the. teams to practice prior It's all about playing time. The more time a de- to the season,"he saigk "A!!owing player regis- veloping player gets to touch the ball, the tration up to opening;'.4s a logistics nii:,faster their skills increase." mare." :  i. " 2 C: Anyone who would like to be a soccer coach "We're anticipating a large aumber of play- ers in all age divisions," said club commission- er Mike Price, who  awaiting two new age brackets for the intramurague. "There will be a iiumber of players moving up from the under lt)'bracket to the under 12 bracket. The club is  :o looldngto an un- der 14 bracket, Therb gila strong irest in adding an older .gro:,to tm elub ' e said. With the addition 6f new brack imes the need for more coaols. -7 7i, ;'The club has se..iaa ,mber.:nts who are willing to stepS!at d c'oaCh/',[h'ice said. "And now, with th#nticilSated growth, we would like to make.!fflore teams With fewer players per team tO ease the playing time. "" .... r 11 .... Blame Cellurale -@e two m, nings for the Cubs :Bl.ldk camein the final two to cloni;ietory nutl- ber 13 in the 18-3 victory. The Lewes Little League 12=year-old Major League boys have not seen an undefeated team since the Rockies of 1994 coached by Mark Moore and Jim Hastings. That team was paced by the righty/lefty pitching combo of Mark Moore and Adam Scott. Other outstanding players in the Cubs start- ing lineup include Justin Lesko, Willis Har- mon and Mike Coyle. "I'm especially proud of Mike Coyle," said Ed Gill. "He only started playing baseball last year." The Cubs have for sure posted some gaudy statistics this season, including giving up only is Welcome. "The club will provide all the necessary training to effectively coach an intramural team" Price said. For more information, contact the club at 645-9377 or via e-mail at <henlopensoccer->. The club will also be sponsoring two sum- met camps this year. On June 19-23, the Jason Luzak Soccer Development Program will be held at Lewes Middle School and from July --24-28, the Star Soccer Academy with Chad Reed is scheduled. For more information, call the number above." , (See page 99 in this week s Cape Gazette for a registration form.) 11 runs over 12 games for an ERA under 1. In- credible! But they are not looking past any op- ponenl in their quest to close out the season with a perfect record. NOTES - The Dodgers did some great things in this ball game, which including scor- ing three runs and knocking out several extra base hits! Members of the Dodgers starting lineup include Allen Vickers, Justin Skipper, Tyler Townsend, Shawn Skipper, Evan Mock, Hunter Walsh, Jarrid Dulin, Robbie Stephens and Ryan Bristowe. Looking downthe road, the yet-to-be-selected all-star team will begin practice on July 7 with tournament play com- mencing two weeks later Forget all these traveling summer tournaments all over Florida and half of Georgia. Bring the state title ban- ner home to Lewes, boys! MARK MOORE Mark Moore was selected by all the Cape head coaches as the Class of 2000 Male Athlete of the Year! Mark had been a role model to all Cape athletes his four years of high schbol, not onlybe- cause of his excellence un- der fire, but also his work ethic and comradeship with his teammates. Mark was se. lected to the first team foot- ball and lacrosse teams his senior year. uI hope my sons grow up to be character guys like Mark," said Duane Lawson of Gold's Gym. IULIE PARSEGHIAN Julie was selected by all the Cape Henlopen head coaches as the class of 2000 Female Athlete of the Year. Julie was just a relentless competitor all year, ex- eelling In volleyball, basket- ball and softball. When an athlete overachieves in every single contest the per- spective changes. Julie is just that good! She was first team All-Conference this spring in softball and was al- so selected to the first team All-State squad for softball,. Great student and great Continued from page 95 dogs inside their shirts? I saw a Yorkie on Sunday with Copper- toned lint on his nose. Now that's disgusting! Don't evenget me started on the tattooed lovers in leather with multiple head pierc- ings cuddled around a bucket of fries. How about the guy using a two-handed kite guiding system power diving his raggity kite over some family's blanket? I get beaned with some kite and some- body better start running because I can't!! At least there's a "No Fris- bee" ordinance! SNIPPETS - According to cal- culations by Hank Brittingham, 29 percent of Cape seniors receiv- ing awards failed to show .up for last Monday's awards ceremony in the Little Theater. It was partic- ularly embarrassing when Tommy Sheehan was unavailable to ac- cept the Henry Brisco Award and scholarship from presenter Gerald Allen, and Barry Barlow was not in the house to accept the .Mike Snell Friendship Award from Car- ol Duggan. Everybody has got to do a better job than 29 percent no- shows! Special congratulations to Brian Misener for winning the Punkin' Chunkin' Association $1,000 schol- arship, which was presented by president William Payn- ter Sharp. Knowing the Chunkers and knowing Bri 7 an, I'd have to MISENER say it was an excellent choice, even if Brian didn't haxe A pickup with over- sizeO_i{;:_'5  wi old decoys rolling arotittdlhe bed. Four other $1,000 awards were granted, causing Sharp to exclaim in front of a packed Little Theater, "Not bad for a bunch of rednecks, eh Fred- man?" Another school sports year has closed in the lonely life of a sports reporter. Countless hours spent hyping the successes of others The rewards aren't as great as coaching or playing Few people ever say thanks. Many people don't know the difference be- tween good writing and bad"writ- ing. They're just looking to see how many times their name appears and_ whether you spelled it right. Some athletes actually ask"me, "When am i g0ing to be Athlete of the Week? Some walk away from interviews in mid-sentence and some coaches pick up equip- ment rather thanmake eye con- tact. We are not invited to most sports banquets and when scap- books are passed out filled vith articles we wrote we seldom get# free copy. But it's in ray bl-_: and I love it and I'd do it for ndtlq : Go on now, git!