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114 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 13 - June 19, 2003 Local youth qualifi t for state Hershey track meet :The Hershey Sussex County Track and Field Championships were held on the chopped up track at Cape Henlopen last Sunday af- ternoon under chilly, rainy and windy conditions. The top finish- ers in the meet advanced to the Delaware State Championships that will be held at 10 a.m. Satur- day morning, June 14, at Lake Forest High School in Felton. From the state championships, a regional team is selected that will compete at the Hershey Nationals in August at Hershey Park. Age 9-10 local highlights: Lewes runner Charlotte Acklin won the 100 meters, finished sec- ond in the long jump and an- chored the winning 400-meter re- lay team which included Allison Haas, Christy Nagle and Emily Farrell. Jackie Coveleski won the softball throw, Allison Haas won the long jump, "Pocket Rocket" Sara Young won the 50 meters, Meg Bartley won the 200 meters and Ali Coning won the 400 me- ters. Lewes runner D'Andre Mapp RUNNING Tim Bamforth captured the 100 meters, 200 me- ters and long jump, while Anthony Westgate won the 50 meters and was second to Mapp in the 100 meters and long jump. Trey Mitchell won the 400 meters, while Ryan Cannon won the soft- ball throw. Age 11-12 local highlights: Lewes runner Alec Perry won the 400 meters, the long jump and ran on the winning 400 meter relay team with Brittany Morris, Cait- lyn McVey and Jacqlyn Baugh- man. Baughman won the 100 me- ters, Sarah Watson won the 200 meters, Morris won the 800 me- ters and Kelsy Marks won the softball throw. Lewes runner Malcolm Mapp won the 100 meters, 400 meters and finished second in the long jump, while Jordan Jones won the 200 meters. John Young captured the 800 meters and set a personal best by winning the long jump, while Jack McPike won the soft- ball throw. Age 13-14 local highlights: Lewes runner Allison Young won three events on the day as the tal- ented.seventh-grader won the 1600 meters, 800 meters and long jump to advance to the state championships. Hilary Merlo was second at 100 meters, while Brit- tany Marks won the softball throw. Milton runner Dustin Gooch won the 100 meters, 200 meters, and long jump to highlight the competition, while Brett Mor- ris won the 1600 meters and 800 Rehoboth Httle League results posted Boys Major League standings: Giants - 6-4, Phillies - 6-5, Braves - 6-6. RB Braves 6, RB Phillies 4 - Vincent Vasquez and Bo Bartley combined on a three hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Braves past the Phillies 6-4. Tim Voss had a hit and three RBIs for the Braves while Chris Burton and Vasquez each added hits. Nick Verderame went 3-for-3 with a double and a RBI for the Phillies. : Lewes Marlins 9, RB Braves 5 - Steven Walker and Donnie Scrutchfield combined for 10 strikeouts to lead the Lewes Marlins to a 9-5 win Over the RB Braves. Scrutchfield went 2-for-4 and Walker added a triple for the Marlins. Trevor Ricker added a dou- ble. Dante Nardo went 2-for-3 while Bo Bartley added a two RBI double in a five run third inning for the Braves. Lewes Dodgers 10, RB Giants 4. Boys Minor League standings: Rangers - 11-0, Yankees - 5-4, White Sox - 4-5, Reds - 4-6. Rangers 19, White Sox 9 - Diaz Nardo and Tyler Doherty combined for the win on the mound as the Rangers pounded out 17 hits to improve to 9-0 on the season. Trey Mitchell and Nardo went 3-for-3, Jef- frey Andresen went 3-for-4 while SeanOsbourne and Austin Carter each added two hits. Dominic Prestipino and Anthony Westgate each had two hits for the White Sox and Ishmail Harmon had a double. RB Rangers 17, Milton Braves 7 , Sean Os- bourne picked up the win on the mound for the Rangers with 8 strikeouts. Trey Mitchell and Brian Peoples-Wallace both went 3-for-3 and Osbourne went 3-for-4. Diaz Nardo and Austin Carter both had two hits and two RBIs. Ben Soyka had an RBI dou- ble for the Rangers. RB Reds 11, Milton Phillies 5 Frankie Mc- Manus was the winning pitcher with five strikeouts while teammates Jarrett McM.anus and Stephen Sny- der had doubles. RIB Yankees 17, Lewes Indians 10 Chase Nel- son and Michael Bateman combined for the win on the mound for the Yankees. Bateman also doubled for the Yankees. RB White Sox 14, Lewes Hilicats 8 - Greg Man- hard, Nicholas Prestipino and Anthony Westgate combined for the win for the White Sox. Manhard and Westgate each had doubles while Chris McMa- hon hit a two run homerun for the White Sox. RB Rangers 16, Lewes Blue Rocks 2 - Diaz Nar- do went the distance striking out 13 batters as the Rangers won the battle of the undefeated teams 16-2. Trey Mitchell went 4-for-4 with 2 RBIs. Nardo had an two RBI double and Hunter Graves had a single to start a second inning rally. Will Bayko had two hits for the Blue Rocks while Tommy Cooksey had a double. RB Yankees 10, Milton Phillies 7. Love Motorcycles? Looking for Extra Income? Motorcycle Instructors Wanted for Weekend Teaching Instructors will teach 8 to 10 classes from March to November each training year. Required instructor prep course provided by DMV Requirements: High School Diploma or. equivalent Must be 18 years old and hold valid driver's license with motorcycle endorsement Two years motorcycle riding experience and currently own and operate motorcycle Good driving record (No DUl convictions within past 5 years or suspensions, revocations or violations totaling 4 points within past two years) Contact Glenn Kemp at (302) 744-2549 E-mail glenn.kemp@state.de.us Division of Motor Vehicles meters. William Willey won the softball throw. CRABBER'S COVE 4-MIL- ER - The Crabber's Cove 4-Miler and 5K Walk was held last Sun- day morning, in Dewey Beach un- der 61-degree misty skies. The event was directed by Wayne Kursh of Marathon Sports Event Management and spon- sored by the Crabbers Cove Restaurant. Proceeds of the event benefit the Beebe Vision 2005 capital campaign. A field of 309 runners and walkers turned out for the event - the second in the Seven Sisters of Dewey Beach Running and Walking Series. Reading, Pa. runner Larry Levy won the race in a time of 21:16 to average 5:19 a mile, while Dave Finneran of New Jersey was sec- ond in 21:45. Rich Oldrieve of Ohio was third in 23:01. Tara Reynold of Wilmington was the first female runner in 26:49, while Maria Peklo of Maryland was sec- ond in 27:56. Sheila Carroll of Ocean City, Md. Was third in 28:08. I thought it would interesting to group the runners and walkers this week by the surrounding towns of Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Milton, Dewey Beach and Harbeson so that the participants can see how they fared in their own town. Re- hoboth Beach had the largest turnout in the event led by Charlie Brown in 24:29 and Tia Bunting in 28:56. Rehoboth Beach: 6. Charlie Brown, 24:29; 10. Patrick Beebe, 24:54; 13. Tracey Meder, 25:04; 26. Jarnie Davis, 26:49; 27. Tom Pedersen, 26:53; 36. Chip Thompson, 28:20; 38. Christopher Massengale, 28:29; 40. Hank Marley, 28:38; 42. Tia Bunting, 28:56; 43. Joe Barranco, 29:01; 46. Scott Gaston, 29:20; 54. Thomas Toner, 29:55; 55. Kim Schell, 29:59 58. Sharon Harmon- Robison, 30:07; 65. Joanne Merle, 30:45; 75. D.J. Terranova, 31:17; 90. Rachel Hugh- es, 32:12; 98. Kay Hickman, 33:00; 103. Michael Dellose, 33:14; 104. Kathy McGui- ness, 33:15; 106. Jan Kelley, 33:22; 114. James Moore, 33:32; 118. Laura Edwards, 33:44; 126. Doris Hicks, 34:16; 129. Ava Cannon, 34:.19; 142. Sabrina Hill, 34:41; 143. Sandy Monigle, 34:42; 147. Andrew Merlo, 35:07; 149. Marc Merlo, 35:14; 155. Diane Brown, 35:25; 160. Tiffany Derrick- son, 35:37; 171. Anthony Gambacorta, 36:21; 172. Dana Smiles, 36:28; 175. Anne O'Malley Neuhaus, 36:42; 176. Dion Lamb, 36:43; 198. Shannon Sugrue, 38:25; 199. Mindy Hete, 38:26; 201. Brandon Terranova, 38:33; 210. Tracy Kelley, 39:07; 217. Hilary Corrigan, 39:19; 221. Lew Harrington, 39:39; 228. Justin Pitcher, 40:06; 229. Tara Gush, 40:07; 242. Alan Schmidt, 41:05; 261. Jack Stuart, 43:14; 271. Meggin Holtzctaw, 44:33; 273. Wendy Hardngton, 44:34; 275. Caran Lamb, 44:43; 288. Elyse Moore, 47:28 Lewes: 59. David Johnson 30:18; 60. Sara Popovich, 30:19; 69. Greg Pope, 30:54; 74. Steven Nieblas- 31:13; 96. Edel Blake, 32:38; 97. Rod Pask, 32:41; 116. Kristine Hollinger, 33:36; 119. Holly Mona- co, 33:45; 136. Kevin Burke, 34:33; 162. Joan Williamson, 35:43; 202. Brian Mardn, 38:42; 222. Diane Burke, 39:45; 243. Karen Phillips, 41:05; 244. Lee Lynn Pask, 41:26; 252. Anna Egeln, 42:18; 253. Suzanne Egeln, 42:19; 272. Beth McCarty, 44:33; 274. Julieanne Bailey, 44:43. WET BASEMENTS STINK !! Mold, mildew and water leaking into your basement causes health and foundation problems. What can be done to fix the problem? Allstate American Waterproofing is an honest, hardworking local company. We will give you a FREE evaluation and estimate and a fair price. 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