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: - CAEGAZET&apos;][, Friday, June  'Jlxly -', From The Cape Gazette's Traveler Series':' Hurricanes f'mishing lacrosse club season The Hurricanes Lacrosse Club, a Delmarva peninsula travel team made up of seventh- and eighth-graders from the Re- hoboth and Lewes, Ocean City, Easton and Salisbury area, have played an ambitious schedule of games during the late spring and early summer to develop and sharpen their stick skills. The club team, coached by Joe Mulford of Ocean City, has played games in Baltimore, Washington D.C., and Prince- ton and also attended several college and professional level games, including University of Maryland against Cornel/and North Carolina against Johns Hopkins. A number of local boys play on the Hurricanes team, including Trip Dyer, Bran- don Bonk, Tosh Tryon and Tyler Bryan. All four also play lacrosse for Worcester Country School in Berlin, Md. The Hurricanes team, are Chris Mancini, on the goal; third row (l- r) Brandon Bonk and Zach Hopkins; second row, Ken Lerian, Alex Carey, Tyler Bryan, Matt Cowdrey, John Merryman, Matt Heiderman, Richard Barr, Casey Mulford, Jonathan Homer, J.B. Beckett and Brad Lines; and front row, Brad Trumpower, Kevin Spears, Tosh Tryon, Trip Dyer, Michael Sartorio and Colin Jesien. Hockey day camps offered at Long Neck "You Gotta Love It" field hock- ey day camps will be offered this summer for Little Tots, girls ages 4 to 7; Early Risers, girls in grades two to five; and Juniors, girls en- tering grades five to nine. Little Tots meet from I to 3 p.m., June 29 to July 3, at Long Neck Elementary School. This di- vision introduces field hockey and/or lacrosse to beginners. Ministicks will be available for girls to use and mouthguards will be provided, The cost is $45. Early risers meet from 8:30 to 11 a.m., July 13 to 17, at Indian River High School, or June 29 to July 3 at Long Neck Elementary for campers who have a desire to learn a new sport. Each camper will receive a new ball and a mouthguard. Sticks are available on loan for $5. The cost of-the camp is $65. Juniors meet from 8:30 a.m. to noon, July 13 to i7, at Indian Riv- er High School, or June 29 to July 3, at Long Neck Elementary for girls who have an interest in play- ing at the middle school level. Sticks are available on loan for $5. The cost of the camp is $95. For more information, call 947- 0254. Hitters Continued from page 91 6. Cape is the unified team rep- resenting Milton, Rehoboth and somewhat overwhelming. Any help will be appreciated. BIG LEAGUE ACTION - Last Saturday, June 20, Cape's Big League team beat Delmar 6-2. Adam Scott pitched a complete Lewes. The boys' senior league -game victory, giving up five hits, tournament will begin play July one walk, and striking out two. 15. The girls' major/minor league Adam also had tWO hits. Bo tournament begins Saturday, June Hitchens had a bases-loaded, 27 with all games played in three-RBI double in the top of the Greenwood. Reboboth will play seventh to break,the game open. Woodbridge at !0 a.m and Lewes Casey Sheehan also had two hits. will play Millsboro at:l p.m. The  Nick Shaffer had a double. girls' major leaguetournamnt Jared Judy had two hits for Wood: begins July 23 and the girls senior . bridge, Last Sunday, June 21, league tournament begins July 13. Cape lost tO:Georgetown; 10-7. :   Lucas McBrideThrn Pavlik- PAY SPECIAL ATTEN, and Ryan Whibieyai..pi'l=hed; TION- Results and'suggestions : McBride took the"i6::CaPe from local Little League action pitchers gave Up nine watks, Of-. should be sent to sports editor fensively, Whibley and Bo Dave Frederick at his email ad- Hitchens were 2-for-4,both of dress: <Fredman@dmv.com>. Hitchens' hits were doubles, and The Cape Gazette is eager to Mike Cunningham hit a three-run recognize our local athletes but homer in the third inning. Cape's the task at tournament time is record is now 3-3. There are some things that even the Cape Gazette can't get straight Cheryl Blackman of Rehoboth Beach, roller skater extra- ordinnaire and premier seller of 50/50 tickets for the annual Sea Witch Festival each fall, visited her sister Sharon Sherwood in Italy in February. Cheryl took along her copy of the Cape Gazette to make sure she was getting the "straight scoop" on the local news. But Cheryl dis- covered, as have millions before her, that it is impossible to get anything straight when it comes to the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa shown here in the background behind her. "1 had a great trip," said Cheryl with her trademark grin. 'Td love to go back again!" There are now several Italians waiting anxiously for this year's Sea Witch drawing. CJPE <;;xZE'-I'IB S.TIBSCJIP'I'KOlq CC)IJPOlq Please deliver all the local news to: Please print Your name Your address City one State ZIP Second address (Snowbird) SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Enclose check) Q $25 Sussex County (52 wk) C] $13Sussex County (26 wk) Q $40 Out-of-County (52 wk) C} $22 Out-of-County (26 wk) E3 $30 Snowbird mailed Out-of-County part of the year. 1:3 $30College Student (9 mo.) [=152 Senior Citizen Discount (52 wk) Make check payable and mail tO: Cape Gazette, PO Box 213, Lewes, DE 19958, or call to place credit card order atl-302-645-7700. * You too can be included in the Cape Gazette Traveler Series, Take your newspaper on your [ travels, photograph yourself and share it with usl We encourage the world communi of , I Cape Gazette readers to let us know just how wide a territory their newspaper coverts! I