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84 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20. June 26, 1997 From The Cape Gazette's Traveler Series* Jen Ellingsworth photos 18 holers host scramble, flag tourney The Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club 18-holers held an opening scramble on Wednesday, June 4. Shown (l-r) are the second place team of Anne Lynam, Pat Beebe and Jean- nette Travis, along with the first place team of Joan Crowley, Nacy Mustin and Cathie Scott. The 18-holers also hosted a flag tournament on Wednesday, June 11, at which Lucy Ham- mond emerged victorious with a score of 85. Quick Hitters.. Continued from page 83 school record for wins and won the America east regular season ti- tle witha 19-3 record. Delaware was ranked as high as no.23 in the nation during the season. LITTLE SURFER CRAB- Jim"Little Crab" Hajek is a regu- lar for the Lewes Polar Bears and an inspiration to its younger mem- bers as a 76 year old plunger in a speedo. Jim spends his summers windsurfing on Rehoboth Bay. 'It's a tough sport," Jim said. "If HAJEK you get way out there and your arms get tired there's still only one way back. But I really enjoy it." Jim is tough and fierce like a crab and has been known to walk sideways iffter a longday windsurfing on the bay. HOLE-IN-ONE AT PINE SHORE-John L. Trivett of Mills- boro, 69, stroked a hole-in-one last week at Pine Shore Golf Course, Berlin, MD. "I was using a five iron on number four, a 153 yard par three," said Trivett. ("I'm not a real long hitter.) The ball rolled out of site, down a little valley, and when I walked up tO the green it was there in the hole." Trivett, an off and on golfer for the past 15 years, said he had open heart surgery a while back and that the golf is good TRIVETT for him. PARSELLS EXPOS WIN TWO- The Lewes Expos, spon- sored by Parsells Family Services, traveled to Bridgeville twice last week and won two games in the senior League Division. In the first game, the Expos de- feated Bridgeville Auto 8-1. Nick Bekeshka pitched the first three innings giving up only one run while Adam Scott finished the last "four with seven strikeouts and no hits. The bats were alive for the Ex- pos as Bekeshka and Scott each had two hits while Jake Ford went 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs. Nick Shaffer, Casey Donohue and John Collins each went three for four as the ex- pos banged out 17 hits. Lewes faced the Bridgeville Blue Knights in the second game and won the pitching duel 2-0. Adam Scott again did the job on the mound and at the plate. He went 5 scoreless innings for the win with five strikeouts, three walks, and allowing only two hits. At the plate, Scott went 2-2 with a sacrifice fly and scored a run. Shane Massey threw the last two innings of shutout ball for the Ex- pos for the save. Blue Knights pitcher Mike Clendaniel went the distance al- lowing only three hits and walk- ing one while going two for three at the plate. The Expos play the Lewes Reds on Saturday and the Milton Phillies on Tuesday next week. Both games start at 5:30 p.m. at the Rehoboth Little League com- plex. TEAMS WANTED FOR 3 ON 3 B-BALL - There will be a 3 on 3 basketball tournament at the Sussex Family YMCA June 27- 29. The tournament will be double elimination, with trophies for the top winners. Beverages will be provided. All games will be refereed by official basketball association members. The registration fee is $28. Team rosters are limited to four players. For more information, call Ryan at 227-8018. t Sailing through the Panama Canal with the Cape Gazette Their minds were awed when they sailed through the Panama Canal but their hearts were touched when they reached Mexico's Pacific resort city of Acapulco. "Our tour guide told us that Acapulco is the second most beauti- ful city in the world. 'What's the most beautiful city?' we asked. And he asked us where we are from. So that makes Rehoboth Beach the most beautiful city in the world," said Betty Stevens. She and her husband, Leland, (on the right) and their friends Betty and Gibby Bahel of Lewes cruised the Caribbean, the canal, and Acapulco in the spring of 1996. Taking a break from sightseeing in Florida Gil York of York's Refinishing and Antiques in Milton visited his son Jason in Florida in the spring of 1996. Jason is a graduate of the Lewes Christian Academy which exists no longer but for a number of years was an important part of the First Baptist Church of Lewes. Gil is shown doing some weekly watchy with the Cape Gazette while taking a break in front of the Weeki Wachee. "This helped me keep up with happenings back in Rehoboth Beach and Lewes," wrote Gil. ! I I Please deliver all the local news to: ! 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