Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
June 26, 1998     Cape Gazette
PAGE 96     (96 of 108 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 96     (96 of 108 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 26, 1998
 

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Rehoboth grapplers take top honors at regional event three first- and two second-place finishes between them in a two- day regional test for Greco-Ro- man and freestyle wrestling. Graviet, who will return as a se- nior to Cape Henlopen High School, is a strong candidate for state scholastic wrestler in 1998. By winning at Lakewood, he is the best freestyle wrestler in the 17- Three Rehoboth grapplers - Matt Graviet, Connor and Dan McDonald - had a big day in Lakewood, N.J., on Saturday, May 30. The local matmen won Briefly Cape board hires Walsh Milton football coach The Cape Henlopen School District Board of Education, dur- ing its May 28 meeting, appointed Jate Walsh as the co-head football coach for Milton Middle School. state region, and earned a berth for the AAU Grand Nationals in Dis- neyland, Fla., June 23-27. Graviet has also qualified for the Junior Olympics, which will be held in July at Fargo, N.D. Daniel McDonald took second place in both the Greco-Roman and freestyle and won a plaque for second runner-up to Outstanding Wrestler for the region. Dan also qualified for a trip to the Grand Nationals in June. Connor McDonald extended his undefeated record to 28-0 in freestyle and 14-0 in Greco-Ro- man, sweeping the Mid-West re- gion in Battlecreek, Mich., on May 23, and the Eastern region on May 30. Connor also won the Out- standing Wrestler award for his division. Outstanding Wrestler is one who has achieved the most points over the course of the sea- son. Four points are awarded for pins, three for technical falls and two for wins. Connor had 74 points in freestyle and 48 in Gre- co-Roman. The margin of victory over Anthony Salerno of Ocean City, N.J., was one point. This year, the midget division included 183 9- and 10-year-olds. Connor, who is 9, has qualified for a sec- ond try at a national title, having won as a bantam in 1996. Spencer to headline Busch 200July 18 Winston Cup star Jimmy Spencer will compete in the Delaware 200 NASCAR Busch North Series race at Dover Downs International Speedway on Satur- day, July 18. The Delaware 200 is the major supporting event for the Mid-At- lantic 400K Pep Boys Indy Rac- ing League event on Sunday, July 19. Spencer, of Berwick, Pa., drives the Winston Ford for car owner Travis Carter in NASCAR's pre- mier division, but will handle his own Chevrolet in the Delaware 200. Spencer made his Winston Cup debut at Dover Downs in 1989. His best finishes in Winston Cup competition at the Monster Mile are a pair of sixth-place fin- ishes in 1993 and 1996. He owns two Winston Cup wins, scored in 1994 at Daytona and Talladega. To order tickets, call 800-441- RACE. For more information, call 302-674-4600. Ron McCurry of Toyota, right, is shown with the recipients of the 1998 Delaware State GoLf Association gold scholarships. They are (l-r) Justin Kirk, Billy Hackett, Josh Dunning and Jason Pyle. State Golf Association awards golf scholarships The Delaware State Golf Asso- ships to Delawareans attending ciation (DSGA)Scholarship Com- colleges around the cotintry. The mittee has awarded four scholar- ships, totaling $9,000, with a four- year renewable value of $36,000. To qualify for a DSGA scholar- ship, a student must have grades acceptable to the committee and submit letters of reference from a golf club pro and two other mem- bers of the community. The appli- cant must have an active interest in the game of golf, and write an essay on why he or she desires a DSGA scholarship; state the rea- son for selecting the college listed; and plans for the future after col- lege. The committee pays out more than $20,000 annually in scholar- winners selected the college of their choice. The biggest booster of the DSGA scholarship fund is Toyota Motor Sales USA and its dealers, with an annual contribu- tion of morethan $10,000. The fund receives donations from indi- viduals and $2 from each entry fee for every tournament sponsored by the DSGA. The Delaware State Ladies Golf Association also con- tributes to the fund. Bob McCurry, former executive vice president and vice chairman of the board of Toyota Motors USA, is chairman of the scholar- ship committee. Runners are shown at the start of the Father's Day 5K in Rehoboth Beach. Running Continued from page 93 Physical Therapy who has helped prepare Kai and his muscles for these big meets, as well as to Richard Derrickson of Atlantic Management, Wayne Carroll of the Jason Corporation and Dennis Forney and Trish Vernon of the Cape Gazette for their financial support... The Bill Degnan 5K Memorial Run will be held this Sunday morning at Cape High, beginning at 8:30. Bill will look down from Heaven and smile at the sight of hundreds of friends and family, including '98 scholarship winners Kai Maull and Jen Maull, cele- brating his life together through "faith and human spirit."... Over and out from the Gateway to the West. I 13tin 0 in this coupon and ojet a Shoebox card FREE when you buy any Hallmark cord. mmmm Offer ends September 30,/998. IIIIU!!!! !U!!!IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIill 4 810200 REDEEMABLE ONLY AT Limit one free card up to $2.00 value per cstomer per visit. I/of valid with any other offer. Void where prohibited. Jo ccsh vale. You pay any tax. Copies and facsimiles of accepted. letailer: Send to Hallmark FMIfillment Center, P.O. Ekox 66772, St. Louis, MO 63166-9q66. | 5Zo2 01998 Hallmark Cards, Inc. I mmm i m mm m mm m m m m mm mm mmlm m m m m mm mm mm mmm m m mm m imJ