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112 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 Devil Rays win Rehoboth majors pennant and tourney The Rehoboth Beach Little League major league girls Devil Rays won the 1998 pennant and season-ending tournament this year. Members of the team shown here include (back row, I-r) Ken Lingo, manager;, Chelsea SheHinger;, Erin Bailey; Sadie MacQuire; Kristina Lingo; and Steve Shellinger, coach. In the middle row are Panda Hopkins, Johnene Beisel, Julia Schranck and Laura Mcilvain. In front are Clarissa Chenowith, Liz Himes and Ashley Martin. Christine Williams was absent when this photo was taken. {unning Continued from page U0 tinued his bad luck at the big meets this summer with a disqual- ification in the 400 meter hurdles, and a last-place performance in the triple jump of 44 feet 3 inches. Kai Maull long-jumped just under 23 feet to finish 10th in the nation and was definitely bothered by a sore hamstring. "Not making the final in front of my coach, the Clemson coaches, and a lot of people that were expecting me to do well was disappointing, but I did the best I could do on that giv- en day and I didn't give up until it was over," said Maull. Just to show what kind of league Maull is in, former all-state jumpers of mine Willie Savage, Art Hugger and Bruce Pitts would have given anything to record a near 23-foot attempt. For Maull it was a disap- pointing meet, but a fun trip. Clemson coach Bob Pollock, one of the most respected coaches in the country, sat down next to a disappointed Kai minutes follow- ing the event and offered a few words of encouragement to his young recruit. "Kaaai [southern accent] I know you're upset, but never do you hold your head down. You competed hard and remember, you're not in Delaware," said Pol- lock, with his ACC ring shining in the sun. "You're with the best in the country and you had to do things well to get here. Always look at the big picture and the fine season you had. Some kids in this country can't jump 20 feet, some even 10 feet, and some can't jump or walk at all. Son, you're blessed with talent, you're going to learn about ups and downs, and most impor- tantly, you're going to be a Tiger!" Continued from page 111 with the best action coming either late or early in the day. Parker At- wood nailed a 5.07-pound trout at Roosevelt Inlet, Tyler Reed caught his first flounder on Kevin Parker's "Doghouse," and Dave Bernard and his charter from West Chester pulled up a limit of trout, 12 flounder and a few bluefish at the Crossovers on Captain John Young's "Sandy Lee." Halco tremblers produced a lim- it of trout for "Blowfish Johnny B" and Augie Hawke and "Lenny the Fish Man" reported good ac- - tion for big flounder. Indian River Old Inlet reports OK inlet action with some nice tautog for jetty fishermen, a few trout and some striped bass and bluefish in the in- let. The best tog fishing is at the jetty ends. Try crabs or sand fleas for the tog. R & R Sports Center reports flounder at Buoys 22 and '24 and South Shore with about a 5 to 1 keeper ratio. R & R's report said croaker have begun to show up and will become more abundant in the coming weeks. Wally and Wallace Broggman had a limit of flounder, seabass and a cod on an ocean snag. Offshore Fishing is decent, but offshore - just like everywhere else - the fishing isn't turning too many heads. There are some nice blue- fish catches, a few mako sharks, some ,ellowfin tuna being caught in the canyons and some bluefin .... tuna being caught on cedar plugs. Two nice catches this week from the canyons were the 18.7- pound dolphin caught at Balti- more Canyon by Walt Crouse and the 77 pound tuna taken by Richard Baublitz. Makos can be found at the 20 Fathom Line and bluefins are be- ing trolled up southeast of the Lightship, south of the Hambone and around the Jackspot. 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