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Quick Hitters Kerry Kester photo Shown riding into Dewey Beach (I-r) are Cpl. J.B. Mitchell and Cpl. Mike Nelson, both of the Delaware State Police Fatal Accident Investigation and Reconstruction team at Troop 7, and Lt. Rick Chamberlin, Delaware State Police spokesman at headquarters in Dover. Olympics Continued from page 81 second in 25m free, first in 4x25m unified free relay; Chris Metier - first in 25m back, first in 4x'25m free relay; Jennifer Mayer - first in 50m free and second in 25m free; Mike Shipe, - first in 25m free, first in 4x25m free relay; Billy Clark - fwst in 25m, first in 4x25m free relay; Julius Brown - second in 25m free, first in 4x25m free re- lay, first in 50m free; Reggie Miller - second in 25m free, first in 4x25m free relay, first in 50m free; Walter Brown - fourth in 25m free, first in 4x25 free relay, fourth in 50m free; K.C. Carmine - first in 25m free, first in 4x25m free relay; Mark Davis - first in 4x25m free relay; Jim Furl - sec- ond in 4x25m unified free relay; and Thomas Brown - first in 4x25m unified free relay. Athletics: Mark Davis -fourth in 100m dash, first in 4xl00m uni- fied relay, third in 4OOm run; Wal- ter Brown - 4xl00m unified relay, third in 50m dash, first in running long jump; Jamie Moore - second in 4xl00m unified relay; Jodi Moore - first in 4xl00m unified relay; Reggie Miller - first in 4xl00m unified relay, second in 50m dash, fourth in running long jump; Richard Miller - first in 4xl00m unified relay; K.C. Carmine - first in 4xloom unified relay, fourth in 50m dash, second in running long jump; Thomas Brown - first in 4xl00m unified relay; and Julius Brown - first in 4xl00m unified relay. . Bocce: Billy Clark, second; Penny West, first; Christopher Metier, first; Victor Bowden, first; 6ary Jarread, first; and Diane An- deon, first.. Beideman Continued from page 82 and the girls varsity teams at Cape, as well as being one of the founders of the fledgling Hen- lopen Soccer Club that competes in the Sussex County League against teams from Georgetown, Seaford, Milford, and Indian Riv- er. "We're still learning to walk," said Beideman of the club formed by himself as well as Mike Price, Craig Karsnitz, Trish Holland, and Chris Price. "There are five teams playing in the Sussex Coun- ty League," says Beideman. "I coach an under 10 teafia." While the club now competes in a recreational league, Beideman hopes to install the club in a scheduled league such as the Cen- tral Delaware Soccer Association, or perhaps the Northern Delaware league. After his thirty years of coach- ing, Beideman still gets his most enjoyment out of the game by playing. Last summer he was a member of the Pizzaworks team in the YMCA adult summer league, and during the past winter he played indoor soccer with the Punkin' Chunkers at Skateworld II in Midway. "I enjoy playing more than any- thing," says Beideman. Coaching-wise, Beideman en- joys helping out with the booters- at Cape the most. "Seeing the kids improve, that's the thing for me," says Beideman. "I get a big charge out of that." In his four years as a Sussex Countian, Beideman notices a change in the soccer community around him. "We are getting a very large interest in soccer," says Beideman. "I can remember when I couldn't see a goal post around. I see some now in peo- ple's yards even." Presently Beideman will contin- ue to help coach at Cape, as well as with the Henlopen Soccer Club. He currently holds a "C" coaching license from 1975, and will con- tinue to use his vast knowledge of the game, to give back what soc- cer has given to him. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June2e, 1997. 83 By'Dave Frederick SATELLITE DISH!- Lou Dish coached football with Jim Alderman in 1982,the one year in his 30 career he didn't work with the Brandywine School Dis- trict. Cape went to the fi- nals that year losing to William Penn. "I just retired," Lou DISH said, sporting his red Grotto's shirt on the board- walk near the start of Sunday's 5K Father's Day race. "I have been head wrestling and track coach at Concord High School and the voice of the state wrestling tour- nament since it started." Lou is the floor supervisor of the Grotto's South store and his wife, Linda, is assistant manager of Grotto's North on the boardwalk. Lou's public address experience should help him: "Linguini Party Of Five Please." And if disputes arise, he can award correct back points. The Dishes are now full-time Susse"x County residents. CAPE KICKERS WIN TOURNEY- John Lingo's Cape soccer team has won the YMCA Summer Soccer League three years in a row. Last week in the pre-season "boot-scoot-boogie" single elimination tournament, the Cape team won all three games defeating Fabri-Zone (Indian Riv- er) 2-1 in the final game. Cape's Andrew'Williams sent home the game winner in the second half with a shot just under the cross bar. Billy Lingo scored Cape's other goal. Members of this sum- mer's Cape team include Brad Reed, Brian Reed, Brett Williams, Andrew Williams, Jack Lingo, Billy Lingo, Josh Wyatt, Danny Lee, Derrick Quillen, Scott Steele, Steve Forestieri, Jeremy Boyd, Rodney Roman; Rich Sheppard and Dan Gerbasi. Games for the summer league are played on Monday and Tuesday nights on the field behind Lewes Middle School. AHH! LOW GROSS!- Joe Shockley, Harold Slatcher, Wayne Dukes and Richard Der- rickson won the low gross catego- ry of the American Heart Associa- tion 5th annual "Classic at the Green" on June 12 at the Sussex Pines Country Club in George- town. Greg Ward, Jay Stevens, Larry Carlton and Scott Swingle were first in low net. Dennis Rear- don was the closest tee shot to the pin on the 6th and 19th holes while Tom Swindell had the clos - est shot to the pin on the 13th hole. John Lingo won the longest drive coming all the way from downtown Rehoboth. INDIAN RIVER SOCCER CLUB- Young booters aged nine through 12 are invited to try out on June 23, 24 and 25 for the 1997-98 soccer season of the Indi- an River Soccer Club.- Registra- tion is from 5:30 to 6p.m,Monday June 23 at the Indian River Educa- tional Complex on Hoosier Av- enue in Selbyville. Tryouts are from 6:30 to 8 p.m.each evening. For further information call Ryan Revel 539-0373 or Dave Devine 539-7119. BLUE HEN ALL-AMERI- CANS- Junior third baseman Bri- an August (St. Marks HS) and Darren Pulito, a junior designated hitter (Moorestown,N.J.H.S.) were named to the second team All-American squad which is se- lected by a vote of the nation's 277 Division I baseball head coaches. The Blue Hens posted a mark of 45-10 last season tying a Continued on page 84 26100 & Dlnl00 Lazy Susan- Solid oak, medium $49 finish, 14" ri Mia'mNm,e cart - White w/faux marble top $149 Round tap ccxmbr docds - Solid hordwoad, medium finish $49 Colonial styX_ dinette, oak finish, five piece 42 round veneered, sunburst top w/pedestal base. 4- ash arrow- side chairs. b00l.,UeO" Resale000000" Sale $299 I NO PURCHASE NECESSARY Open Dally 856-656S Hill