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:Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS TUESDAY, JULY 1 - THURSDAY, JULY 3, 2014  iRBP Juniors go int(00 action in Rehoboth The Rehoboth Beach Patrol Junior Guard program is in full swing, and the participants are learning skills to last a lifetime. [ The program, started in 1997 with just 30 participants, has grown to 155 this summer. The program's purpose is to increase the self-confidence, physical con- ditioning and ocean awareness of program participants through their introduction to water safety, first aid and surf rescue tech- niques. | The program meets from 8 to 9 a.m., Monday, Wednesday and riday and is instructed by RBP |lifeguards, |For more information, call the [RBP at 302-227-2280. RBP Lt. Matt Matsko assists junior guards Kat Moore, 10, left, and Linley Hill, 8, during a water rescue drill. RBP guard Steph Taylor leads the young guards in a follow-the-leader workout soft sand run. DAN COOK PHOTOS MADISON HARPSTER, 6, helps build a landing mound during Monday's prac- tice of Rehoboth Beach Patrol's j unior guard program, The RBP Junior Lifeguards are stretching out with the RBP staff before beginning the morning workout. Instructor J. P. Williams gets some help carrying a stand into position from the youngest of the participants. RBP guard Bri Hiltay instructs her young group on the proper way to build a landing mound. Fredman Continued from page 25 Jacob, who looks just like his dad, ]im Brooks, who played ! football for Cape. Susan joked, "I was no good at sports, but i was the best cheerleader in the 1 state." Susan is still effervescent ] and convivial and so easy to talk to especially when she talks about me in such a nice way. Helen Morrow, 44, of Millsboro won the 5K in 21:44. The Cape alumni lacrosse ame for women will be 8:30 a.m., Thursday, July 10, un- ]er the lights at Champions tadium. Eight seniors will ?lay for the alumni along with D1 players Meg Bartley, Alex erry, Anna Frederick and Sara Young. Claire Estes plays for FCA and is heading to Saint Mark's in the fall. Recent Beacon graduates Liam Zolper and Brooks Buck made the Team Pennsylvania age group lacrosse team 2018-19 as long pole defenders and will compete in the Brine National Tournament June 30 to ]uly 3 in Boyds, Md. Go on now, gift Helen Morrow wins the Striders Women's 5K.