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Briefl,: Red Cross teams up with Indy Racing League The American Red Cross and the Indy Racing League (IRL) forged a partnership last May that is designed to help families under- stand the importance of prepared- ness and family safety. According to Scott Goodyear, driver for the Panther/Pennzoil racing team and spokesperson for the IRL Red Cross alliance, "Every day, the American Red Cross is in your community, help- ing you keep yourself, your family and your home safe when emer- gencies arise. As a father and a husband, I appreciate the signifi- cance of keeping my family safe." The Red Cross will be a visible partner July 19, at the Dover Downs International Speedway and will be providing race atten- dees with information on health and safety, and on classes and events the Red Cross offers to keep families safe. YMCA 'Aerobathon' dates scheduled The second annual YMCA Aer- obathon will be Monday, Sept. 5. For more information, call the Sussex Family YMCA at 227- 8018. Hitters Continued from page 108 against the winner of the Wednes- day night contest between Seaford and Lower Sussex. The team is vying for championship of District Ill, which encompass- es Sussex County. ATLANTIC LAX AWARDS - Mark D'Ambrogi reports that the first Atlantic Lacrosse Camp held at Cape Henlopen State Park June 24 - 28 was a huge succesS, with 85 campers playing over five fields. Some of the camp instruc- tors included Dave Cottle of Loy- Angle Moon photo Ashby's-Baywood Greens golf tourney benefits Lewes-Rehoboth Meals on Wheels Dick Messick fired an 82 to win low-gross honors in the re- cent Ashby's Oyster House-Baywoods Golf Tourney played for the benefit of Lewes-Rehoboth Meals on Wheels. Joe Hilden- brand won high-gross honors with a 140. Trevor Gouert won closest to the pin honors with a shot that landed 8 feet 6 inch- es from the cup and Rusty Holm won longest-drive honors. Other winners included Brian Lookup, Jay Millman and Rich Collins, whose net 74s earned them first, second and third, respectively, in the first flight; Bill Ashby, Brian Drake and Bob Ashby took first, second and third, respectively, in the second flight; and Brian Cini, Jack Hitchens and Garrett Lewis took first, second and third, respectively, in the third flight. Some of those taking part in the tourney played at Baywood Greens on Long Neck include (back row, l-r) Bob Stenger, Rich Collins, Dick Ewing, Jack Heller, Joe Barth, Dwayne Rice, Bob Ashby, Garrett Lewis of Ashby's, Rusty Holm, Brian Cini, Brian Drake, Jay Millman, Bryan Lookup, Chuck McKin- ley and Ed Clifton. In front are Trevor Gouert; Heather Burslem; Gean Lewis; manager of Ashby's; Dave Isenberg;, Bill Ash; Judy White; Jack Hitchens; Tim Mumford; Baywood Greens, professional; Bill Ashby; and Dennis Barnes. Johns Hopkins coach, has been hired by Towson State where he will get a chance to coach Cape's Jimmy Derrick. Johns Hopkins is reported to be hot on the trail of Princeton coach Bill Tierney, win- ner of five consecutive NCAA lacrosse titles and a Hopkins grad- uate. The Ivy league is too smart to get into a bidding war in a non- revenue-generating sport. Coach Tierney will have a big decision to make. MAJOR MINORS - The 9- and 10-year-old Lewes Major League all-stars won a pair of games to continue in the winner's bracket. Last Saturday the boys beat Milton, 9-6, using five differ- ent pitchers. Steve Fabian played like a tiger for Milton, cracking a three-run homer out of the park in the third inning. Jay Marsh was the hitting star for Lewes, going 3- for-3 with a pair of doubles. Brett Wilkinson of Lewes had a triple with three RBIs. Last Tuesday night the boys de- feated Lower Sussex, 10-4, as Sean Tappan pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts. Brett Wilkinson was 2-for-2 while Kyle Wharton had a bases-loaded dou- ble in the fourth inning, chasing home three RBIs. If Lewes keeps winning, they will play for the county championship Monday, July 6, in Seaford. Last Saturday the Lewes Minor League 9-10 all-stars beat Millsboro, 16 to 9, behind the pitching of Mark Sudi- mak and Blaine Cellurale. Julian Parks knocked a homerun over the fence for the Lewes cause. The same team then lost 6-3 against Laurel on Wednesday night. They moved to the loser's bracket for a game Thursday. Boys Junior League (13-year-olds) all-star ac- tion begins July 6 as Cape hosts Georgetown. MEDIA MADNESS - The University of Delaware media guide, edited by sports Informa- tion Director Scott Selheimer and interns Adam Wolff and Jim Miller, was selected as the top IAA media publication in the na- tion. The media guide will be available by mid-August. To order a copy call 302-831-2186. A PACER NOT A TROTrER - AI Harrington of St. Patrick's High School (New Jersey) and MVP of the 1997 "Slam Dunk To The Beach" basketball tourna- ment has been selected in the first round of the NBA draft by the In- diana Pacers. Harrington, a 6-foot- 9, 230-pound power forward, was this year's national high school Player of the Year as selected by "USA Today" newspaper. ola College, Tom Marechek by way of Syracuse and the Philadel- phia Wings, Tim Whitely of the University of Virginia and high school coaches from Calvert Hall, Boys Latin and St. Mary's. "We had lots of support for the camp," D'Ambrogi said. "All the local surf shops pro- vided T-shirts and the Adriatico Italian restaurant, through Antho- ny Didomenicus, donated 85 spaghhetti and meatball dinners. Special awards following a week's worth of camp went to Trip Dyer, best attack; Sean Maphis, best middie; Tyler Bryan, best defenseman; and Kip Marshall, best overall camper. Malik Lopez and Corey Mahoney have returned from the Top Star camp at Gettysburg College while Matt Hall participated in the elite 205 camp in Baltimore. Tony Seamons, the deposed The first Atlantic Lacrosse Camp held at Cape Henlopen State Park last week attracted a large number of local players looking to hone their skills and add to their abilities. The participants gathered for this photo before breaking camp.