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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 26 - July 2, 1998 - 91 Sharks roller hockey team takes regional championship The 11- and 12-year-old division of the Delaware Sharks roller hockey team competed in the eastern regional North American roller hockey championship on May 23 and 24 in Westville, N.J. The eighth-ranked team ended up in fourth place after the elimination round and took third place in the final round for the bronze medal. The team competed in the eastern regional junior Olympic roller hockey championship June 13 and 14. They were ranked first in the division and are national qualifying hopefuls. Shown in back are (l-r) are Coach Rick Slatcher, Seaford; James Waller, Berlin, Md.; Joey Egolf, Lewes; Jordan Geyer, Milford; Kyle Kuhling, Milford; Walter Wilson, Lewes; and coach Kenny Bounds, Laurel. Front row: Aaron Guy, Ocean View;, Lance Greene, Milford; Joel Ell- wanger, Greenwood; and Josh Bounds, Laurel. The team is looking for a business or individual sponsor. For more information, call Slatch- er at 629-8032 or Bounds at 875-2693. Quick Hitters By Dave Frederick BLUE-GOLD GAME - The Blue vs. Gold high school all-star football game will kick off Saturday night, June 27, under the lights at the University of Delaware. An organized tailgate is scheduled from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and post-game fireworks are also scheduled. Brad Travis of Cape will start at offensive tackle for the Gold squad. Cape's Larry Oliver will get the start at noseguard and teammate Carl Floyd will start at cornerback. Other area players for the Gold team include Ronnie Hovington and Brad Lay- field of Sussex Central; Mike Hanson, Teron Powell and Randy O'Neal of Sussex Tech; and Patrick Reed of Indian River. The Gold also has the Newark play- ers, including Player of the Year Corey Wallace. "I saw them scrimmage and the Gold looks real tough but you know how those things go," said Cape's head coach Brian Donahue. "We sent three great kids to the game and that's what's important." 1 . ,..:- ...... .  '--,   ............... Shown are (l-r) Larry Oliver, Brad Travis and Carl Floyd. They will compete in the Blue vs. Gold game Saturday, June 27. SKOGLUND RECEIVES HONOR - Greg Skoglund, owner and designer of C.T. Sports, Re- hoboth, was honored June 12 with the Outstanding Business Award from Delaware Special Olympics. According to Ann Grunert of Special Olympics, C.T. Sports has provided creative and exciting designs for almost every Special Olympics event - Summer Games, Fall Festival, basketball and bowling tourna- ments, Plane Pull, Polar Bear Plunge and Law En- forcement Torch Run. And Greg got his picture tak- en with the governor and the attorney general. In fact, Attorney General Jane Brady reportedly turned to Skoglund and said, "Say, haven't I seen you some- place before?" KOSLOWSKI KIDS - Local tennis enthusiasts remember Dave Koslowski bringing indoor tennis at Sea Colony to the local area. Dave's children were in Bethany Beach visiting over the last two weeks. Daughter Kimberly was a four-year starter for Auburn University and was AII-SEC her last two years. She is working on her masters in education from the University of Alabama. Davidson Koslows- ki was a two-year starter at Auburn before transfer- ring to Florida State last year. Davidson posted an 18-3 record coming back from a series of injuries. And youngest child Carolyn Virginia started this past season for Auburn as a freshman. NOW PAY ATTENTION! - The Little. League all-star tournaments are about to commence play this weekend. At least some of them are scheduled to be- gin action. In all, there are nine separate tournaments from boys' minor league 9- and 10-year-olds up through senior league for both boys and girls. The Cape Gazette will follow the action of close to 100 teams playing in Sussex County. The boys major league 9- and 10-year-olds begin play Saturday, June 27, in Seaford. Rehoboth plays Lower Sussex at 4 p.m., followed by Milton vs. Lewes at 7 p.m. Win- ners' bracket games will. resume Tuesday, June 30. The boys' minor league tournament for 9- and 10 year olds also begins play June 27 in Seaford. Lewes plays Millsboro at 10 a.m while Rehoboth plays the winner of Milton and Woodbridge at 4 p.m. The boys' major league tournament begins July I 1 with nine teams competing for the Sussex County title. The boys' junior league tournament begins play July Continued on page 92 All-Weather Hose Features a 300 psi burst strength and stays flexible all year round. Includes brass couplings and is drinking water safe. 5/8" x 60' 7080013 88 BHAND 3 Pc, Cooler Combo Family size 56 qt. ice chest with a 10 qt. personal size cooler and 1/2 gallon jug. 88247 WINDMERE" 16" Oscillating Stand Fan 3 speed stand fan with adjustable neck allows 900 oscillation. 66807 0 Heavy-Duty Edger Gear-driven 2 HP motor provides high torque for heavy-duty edging. Bevel feature angles unit 450 for trenching or sod removal. 72611