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CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, July 20 - July 22, 2004 - 29 " " Cape tops Georgetown in Senior League baseball Cape Henlopen Senior League All-Stars defeated Georgetown Friday " night at the Lower Sussex Little League complex by rallying for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning en route to a 4-3 victory.  The comeback was capped by a two-run, two-out single by Bryan Pc- ...... den which scored Zach Roach with the winning run. Jimmy Gill pitched a five-hitter to get the win for Cape and offen- sively went 3-for-4 with one run scored, one RBI and two stolen bases. The Cape defense was highlighted by a triple play in the fifth inning when Corey Grammer caught a line drive, tagged a runner and then threw home to complete the trifecta. The Cape comeback spoiled a stellar pitching performance by Georgetown's Mike Marvel. Cape Was to face Seaford on July 19. River Boat Gold schedules tryout July 25 River Boat Gold, a 9 and under baseball team, is in the process of se- - lecting players for the remainder of this season and next year. Future plans include two tournaments this fall and eight tournaments in 2005. Tryouts will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 24, at the Rehoboth Little League complex. For more information, interested players and parents should call 227-8801. Above, the Lavender clan (l-r)Gina, Kyla and Tom-all three CLEAN ran and rolled in the northbeach 5K last Sunday. At left, Jen- nifer Baelawski rounds the final turn en route to becoming CONSIIG00ME00. r the overall female winner of the northbeach 5K. Race it was dangerous to push his in the series. daughter around a soggy course in Brian Marrin (33:01) and Phil - oumo WANTED *emeof seasiestorm acson 360 es °,,..,, Continued from Page 28 Thomas Lavender said, "By the ter all these years and both men ter's degree, time ! considered turning around have unbelievably high pain "The longer the races the better it was just as close to finish the thresholds. I lik them," Baclawski said. race." Brandt Chi (19:49) and his wife 'Tm kind of big for a runner hav- Kevin Lamaire grew up work- Linda Schwartz-Chi (26:44) both Call • ing competed in college against ing Rehoboth Beach and had no work in the family business at C.F IB'lltllLlmmw'L" Boat Sales / mostly little tiny people. I never reservations of allowing his 10- Schwartz of Dover. worried at all about the storm this year-old son Kaleb to run the race Twenty-three runners ran seven • Icu|| rw|’e Den|or • morning. You have to get up in which he did winning his age minute pace or faster while 75 - the morning and go get after group in with a time of 22:24. were under eight minute pace. things." "Kaleb is crazy about this kind Age group winners not listed in Long Neck FIoad • long Neck, DE Circling the course, pushing a of stuff," Lamaire said. "He just this story will be posted on the A[_ 4 4 4 "1[ deluxe three wheeled carriage, loves it." running page in the Friday, July / t / / was 38-year-old Thomas Laven- 23 issue of the "Cape Gazette." der from Magnolia who ran 21:55 NOTES - The day's activities pushing his five-year-old daughter started with the point-to-point Kyla. Gina Lavender completed race for little kids. The running the family outing running 24:51. crowd parted like the Red Sea and Both parents work at Dover Air cheered wildly. Most runners Force Base and appear very intel- rolled out of bed because of their ligent. When asked if he thought commitment to run all seven races Shawnee Country Club00 Invites you to sample the best kept secret at the shore. You can now play Shawnee Country Club. • Ym $50.00 includes cart and guest fees. ow’11 • Private member owned 18 hole facility • PGA Professional on staff • Fully stocked Pro Shop • Complete practice facilities v • Tee times never required • Clubhouse with locker rooms • Restaurant and banquet facilities • Swimming pool and tennis courts Memberships available from as low as $140 per month for full golf privileges. Call now for course availability. Don't miss this opportunity. 6152 South Rehoboth Blvd. $1,75 Coors Milford, DE 19963 (307) 422-7010 Just 20 minutes from the beach. CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, July 20 - July 22, 2004 - 29 " " Cape tops Georgetown in Senior League baseball Cape Henlopen Senior League All-Stars defeated Georgetown Friday " night at the Lower Sussex Little League complex by rallying for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning en route to a 4-3 victory.  The comeback was capped by a two-run, two-out single by Bryan Pc- ...... den which scored Zach Roach with the winning run. Jimmy Gill pitched a five-hitter to get the win for Cape and offen- sively went 3-for-4 with one run scored, one RBI and two stolen bases. The Cape defense was highlighted by a triple play in the fifth inning when Corey Grammer caught a line drive, tagged a runner and then threw home to complete the trifecta. The Cape comeback spoiled a stellar pitching performance by Georgetown's Mike Marvel. Cape Was to face Seaford on July 19. River Boat Gold schedules tryout July 25 River Boat Gold, a 9 and under baseball team, is in the process of se- - lecting players for the remainder of this season and next year. Future plans include two tournaments this fall and eight tournaments in 2005. Tryouts will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 24, at the Rehoboth Little League complex. For more information, interested players and parents should call 227-8801. Above, the Lavender clan (l-r)Gina, Kyla and Tom-all three CLEAN ran and rolled in the northbeach 5K last Sunday. At left, Jen- nifer Baelawski rounds the final turn en route to becoming CONSIIG00ME00. r the overall female winner of the northbeach 5K. Race it was dangerous to push his in the series. daughter around a soggy course in Brian Marrin (33:01) and Phil - oumo WANTED *emeof seasiestorm acson 360 es °,,..,, Continued from Page 28 Thomas Lavender said, "By the ter all these years and both men ter's degree, time ! considered turning around have unbelievably high pain "The longer the races the better it was just as close to finish the thresholds. I lik them," Baclawski said. race." Brandt Chi (19:49) and his wife 'Tm kind of big for a runner hav- Kevin Lamaire grew up work- Linda Schwartz-Chi (26:44) both Call • ing competed in college against ing Rehoboth Beach and had no work in the family business at C.F IB'lltllLlmmw'L" Boat Sales / mostly little tiny people. I never reservations of allowing his 10- Schwartz of Dover. worried at all about the storm this year-old son Kaleb to run the race Twenty-three runners ran seven • Icu|| rw|’e Den|or • morning. You have to get up in which he did winning his age minute pace or faster while 75 - the morning and go get after group in with a time of 22:24. were under eight minute pace. things." "Kaleb is crazy about this kind Age group winners not listed in Long Neck FIoad • long Neck, DE Circling the course, pushing a of stuff," Lamaire said. "He just this story will be posted on the A[_ 4 4 4 "1[ deluxe three wheeled carriage, loves it." running page in the Friday, July / t / / was 38-year-old Thomas Laven- 23 issue of the "Cape Gazette." der from Magnolia who ran 21:55 NOTES - The day's activities pushing his five-year-old daughter started with the point-to-point Kyla. Gina Lavender completed race for little kids. The running the family outing running 24:51. crowd parted like the Red Sea and Both parents work at Dover Air cheered wildly. Most runners Force Base and appear very intel- rolled out of bed because of their ligent. When asked if he thought commitment to run all seven races Shawnee Country Club00 Invites you to sample the best kept secret at the shore. You can now play Shawnee Country Club. • Ym $50.00 includes cart and guest fees. ow’11 • Private member owned 18 hole facility • PGA Professional on staff • Fully stocked Pro Shop • Complete practice facilities v • Tee times never required • Clubhouse with locker rooms • Restaurant and banquet facilities • Swimming pool and tennis courts Memberships available from as low as $140 per month for full golf privileges. Call now for course availability. Don't miss this opportunity. 6152 South Rehoboth Blvd. $1,75 Coors Milford, DE 19963 (307) 422-7010 Just 20 minutes from the beach.