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Father's Day Continued from page 86 of girls, competing from six zones around the country, were whittled down to 52, who were invited to the national championships in Bo- ca Raton, Fla. Under the scrutiny of seven na- tional coaches, the elite players were further paired down to 16. Jesse made the cut and was invit- ed to the National Training Center in Key Biscayne, Fla., where she played tennis five hours a day. "Most of the girls are really nice," Jesse said. "It was a chance for Jesse to meet kids who are most like her, who are usually her adversaries," Jesse's father said. Skateboard champ to speak at Selbyville library Bougie Criswell, three-time Ocean City skateboard champion from 1975-77, will give a lecture on "Demonstrating the Basics of Skateboarding - How to Do Trick Performance and Safety Tips," at the Selbyville Public Library, 6 p.m., Friday, June 26. The lecture is free and open to the public. Criswell's lifelong interest in skateboarding began as a hobby when he was a teenager. He en- tered his first competition in at the first Ocean City contest in 1975. Cape Region Athletes Of The Week DERRICK QUILLEN Cape's lacrosse midfield- ers had simple instructions this year when feeding at- tackman Derrick Quillen. uStick it [the ball] in his earl" was the strategy. "Der- rick was the missing piece of the offensive puzzle," said coach Mark D'Ambrogi. "Having a lefty on the right side with Derrick's speed and skills made us deadly. Derrick was named to the second team all-state squad and will attend Virginia Wesleyan University in the fall. Jesse gave up her No. 1 ranking in the Mid-Atlantic 12-and-under to move up to 14-and-under, where the competition is stronger and older. "She is ranked No. 5 in the region and has been invited to the nationals but we're holding her back," Dr. Robinson said. "I just want to let her be a little girl as long as possible. There are many other things she enjoys do- ing." The Robinsons also have a 9- year-old daughter, Julie, who sim- ply shrugs her shoulders when dad asks her about tennis. "If you want to be the best you've got to put in the time," Dave said. "A coach's job is to drive some- one. If you don't focus you're not going to make it. Like the rest of life, it's just a question of bal- ance." He went on to win that competi- tion in 1976 and 1977. From 1976-78, he opened his own business in College Park, Md., where he sold skateboards and equipment wholesale and re- tail. He also gave numerous lec- tures. He is currently a letter-car- rier for the Ocean City Post Of- rice. Criswell will use two skate- board videos, currently available in the Selbyville Public Library, in his lecture. Reservations for the lecture are required by calling the library at 436-8195. Weekly trap shoot to be held in Concord The Nanticoke Sportsmen's SAMANTHA ROACH Sammy was a busy athlete last weekend at the Dela- ware Special Olympics sports festival. In the pool, Samantha won a bronze in the 15-meter unassisted then came back to place second in the 25-meter freestyle in 48 seconds. In track and field she was third in the 50 and her unified 4x100 relay of Jeff Layton, Nicole McIl- reazy and Jarimara Brown placed first with a time of 1 minute 44 seconds. Saman. tha is a member of the Land Sharks, for adults over 21. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 - 87 People Continued from page 86 ference and will play other newly formed teams like Georgetown, Canisius and Duquesne. Angle Moon photo Dwarfed by a giant tennis racquet, Jesse is surrounded in her room by tennis memorabilia. Club will host a weekly trap shoot at its club in Concord. The event begins at dusk and will take place every Wednesday. The cost is $3 per round. For more information, call Ken Steele at 629-9199. Racing doubleheader at Dover Downs July 17-19 The Pep Boys Indy Racing League and the NASCAR Busch North Series at Dover Downs In- ternational Speedway Friday, July 17, through Sunday, July 19, will provide race fans with the chance to see two of America's fastest- growing racing series. The weekend begins with prac- tice and Bud Pole Qualifying for both races on Friday. Saturday, will see the Indy racing stars chal- lenge the clock in the PPG Pole Award at noon, followed by the 200-mile Busch North Series Race. Sunday's 400-kilometer Pep Boys headliner is scheduled for a noon green flag. For ticket information, call 302- 734-7223. For recorded informa- tion, 24 hours a day, call 302-674- 4600. Equestrian Center offers summer camps The Milton Equestrian Center also offers summer day and week- end camps for children and adults. For more information, call 684- 1818. BILLY CLARK Billy, from Milton, has been a member of the Land Sharks for the last seven years. Last weekend Billy won a gold medal along with his partner Scott Neal in bocce doubles. Billy also won gold in the individual 25-meter freestyle in a time of 42 seconds. And Billy swam on a gold medal 4x25- freestyle relay that included Penny West, Rebecca Kri- paitis and Chris Metier. Three golds in two days for a very special athlete. CHELSEA PALMER Lewes speedster Chelsea Palmer, who has the natural look of a sprinter at only 10- years-old, picked up where she left off last season by easily winning the 100 meter at the Sussex Hershey meet in 14.5 seconds. Chelsea was also second in the standing long jump and ran an anchor of 14.1 on the 400 relay with teammates Netti Choice, Laura Olenderski and Bethany Pavlik. Chelsea also led the Strider cross-country team to 15th in the country last year. MILTON MIKE - Mike Han- son of Milton was wearing his game face for picture' day at the Blue-Gold media frenzy and the boy looked a might scary, I don't mind tellin' ya. Hanson got away from Cape and played for Johnny Parker at Sussex Tech the last four years. Mike plays offensive guard and defensive end and is a strong 5'9", 225 lbs. who holds his posi- tion like a sawed-off oak tree shaking off the rear bumper of a Toyota truck. "I'm here to repre- sent the coaches who helped me and because the game is for a good cause to help people," Han- son said. BOY IN THE BUBBLE - The Baltimore "Sun" has officially de- clared my nephew, Mike Freder- ick, as a "player on the bubble" when NFL training camp official- ly opens next month. "Frederick is a fourth-year player who has yet to establish himself in the league," the "Sun" wrote. Well let's estab- lish this, you skinny journalists who think "Bull in the Ring" rep- resents your mothers in the bath- tub and think the Eye -opener drill is a drinking game. Little Mikey just signed a con- tract that will pay him more mon- ey than the combined annual in- comes of all his aunts and uncles, and that's why suddenly I'm de- pressed and happy at the same time. But most NFL contracts are not guaranteed, which means if you don't make the team then you don't get the money. " SNIPPETS - Pete "Power Pack" Lambros will celebrate his 40th birthday Saturday but wishes to keep his passage to the far side a family secret. Pete was last seen at The Firm, deadlifting 465 pounds while his workout partners sang "Happy Birthday" to the beat of Rodney Reynolds smacking himself in the head. I'm kidding fellas. Please don' t hurt me ...Last Tuesday morning, after writing a check for $700 to cover the cost of a porcelain crown that is now "incisor" my mouth (cost more than a wicker sofa), I drove to Peddlers Village to endorse my Blue Cross checks over to Tide- water Physical Therapistsfor al- lowing me to walk among older women with my shirt off while I rehabbed my ripped rotator cuff. "There is a real temptation to just keep the money," I bared my soul to receptionist Tonya Karl. "Oh, I know," she said. "We had one lady who kept the checks and bought herself a refrigerator." "Cool," I said. "I wonder if I can exchange dental insurance for a wicker sofa?" But enough about me. Go on now, gift