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92 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 28 - Aug. 3, 2000 Master swimmer Jarecki looks to defend national 1650 title By Rosanne Pack Kris Jarecki doesn&apos;t fit anyone's idea of an older athlete, but at 35, she is designated as a "master swimmer" and national champion at that. The recent transplant to the Cape Region holds a United States Master Swimmers na- tional championship in her age division for the 1650 free-style; her winning time was 19:19.38. Active in the master swimmers program for only her second year, Jarecki has trained on her own, using the facilities at the Sussex Family YMCA. She said she does some weight training, but primarily she swims: 4,000 to 6,000 yards a day, which takes her "an hour and a half or SO." Last year, her wins in Delaware-Maryland- Pennsylvania regional meets qualified her for the nationals where she earned medals for short course races as well as the championship medal for the mile swim. ( I I Continued from page 91 development for the fall shoulder season. Derrickson is excited about the prospect of developing the Cape Region as a golf destination, espe- cially in the spring and fall shoul- der seasons. "With The Rookery opening up, along with our course, Marsh Is- land, The Golf Park at Rehoboth and Old Landing, we can now do the hotel/golf packages and com- pete with Ocean City," he said. In the meantime, Derrickson is busy with a punchlist of small fix- es that any new course faces in its first season. He's happy about the repeat business the club is already seeing, and remains optimistic about his family's new invest- ment. "There's a lot more people who know about Us now compared to a few months ago. That will only increase over time." For more information on Her- itage Inn and Golf Club. stop by the course located at Route 1 and "1 would love for anyone who is interested in the masters swimming program to get in touch with me," she said. "It would be nice to have company, and even a little push. The tougher the competition is, the better. I would like to have other swimmers to tk to and get advice from." Reaching the mid-30s hasn't qualified her for senior citizens' discounts, but, by amateur athletic standards, it pushes Jarecki up into the next age category. Howe,er, that doesn't mean competition is lighter. "The competition gets stiffer," she said. "From 30 to 39 is the toughest in masters' swimming. There are some phenomenal swim- mers; there were more than a dozen in the 30- to 35-age range who qualified for the Olympic trials." Jarecki can identify with those swimmers who have gotten stronger and faster as adults. She said, "I'm faster now than when I was swimming competitively in school." Her competitive years started early; the Postal Lane, Midway; call them at 644-0600 or 800-669-9399; visit them on the lnternet at www.her- itageinnandgolf.com; or e-mail them at heritage@dmv.com. SENIOR LINKSTERS - This month Sussex Pines Country Club held its Seni-ors Club Champi- onship with a record number of 102 players. Golfers competed in three age divisions and 10 flights. Rick Geddes of Lincoln beat Glenn Hudson by a single stroke in the two-day competition in the first gross category. Billy Adams of Dagsboro won the net competi- tion in the first fli,,ht Other winners in the gross cate- gory: Ken Carruthers, Mike Bowden, Jack Hilbeck, Bob Bak- er, Charlie Troublefield, Gordon Reid, Frank Gordy, Roland Baker and Paul Riale. The other low net winners were Charles Cordrey, Ed Burton, Joe Fluharty, Lee Mears, John Peder- son, Bob Freed. Ray Romano, George West and Dick Tikiob. SUSSEX PINES LADIES - The 18-Hole Lady Golfers at Sus- ] enoboth Bay Sailing Association Now occepg k:mior, s for Soiling Beginne' ond Imnnedim CIosses ovoiloble C,ed ms- C  oy- Fky  I.tm0m m milt Memberships & Idol Membeships ore ovoiloble , HoWe C, Doysp.. lm ond Windboords ore ovoiloble for rent to oll membels For more infomm see our website www.d)so.org or roll 302 227-9008 on Route 1, one n.le inch of Dewey Beo(h Great Golf in the Heart of Rehoboth 441 Countr 3 ('Inl) Road, l?,cholmlh Bcach, DE 19971 5pecmt 5umets wire oli sex Pines competed in a low net, low gross tournament on July 25. The low net winners were Bernie Reid, first; Madelyn Macklin, sec- ond; Bea Hylbert, third; and Gin- ny Caras and Irene Marshall, tied for fourth. The low gross winners included Sandra Bunting, first; and Shirley Rieder and Sara Mc- Quaide, tied for second. SHAWNEE MIXED DOU- Pennsylvania native swam in meets from the time she was six into her college years. She al- so coached swimming at the college level be- fore she finished school and started a teaching career. She said she followed a dream when finding a job as a special education teacher in Seaford enabled her to move to the Cape Re- gion. After the move, Jarecki became active in the Amateur Athletics Union masters program in 1999 after 10 years away from competitive swimming. The program is open to those 19- years-of-age and up. After continuing her training all year, she will compete in the long course nationals again in August. Even though she has competi- tions in her near future, she is already looking ahead and even considering other forms of competition such as a triathlon. "I am setting goals for next year," she said. "It's costly, training, traveling, entering meets. But, I enjoy it and that helps me look past the financial part of it." I BLES TOURNAMENT Shawnee Country Club will host a mixed doubles tennis tournament Aug. 5 and 6. The tournament is sponsored by Ken and Bev Mur- ray and family in memory of Lawrence G. Sharp Sr. There are three flights champi- onship. The cost to enter is $25 per team. For registration infor- mation, call 424-2197 or fax 424- 7749 by July 28. GOLF PARK Rosanrte Pack pholo Lewes resident Kris Jarec- ki hopes to repeat her cham- pionship performance. SHORT PUTTS - You can read Fritz's golf book reviews or about his handicap stroke allocation service for golf courses at <www.HoleByHole.com>. Send your news about local tournaments, charity events, holes-in-one and other golf news by e-mail to FSchranck@HoleBy- Hole.tom or steveh@capegazette. com. Looking for a new set of clubs? How about shoes and apparel? Stop by and , heck out the brand names at OUTLET prices in the Golf Shop. NOW OPEN CREEKSlDE BAR & GRILLE Whether you're coming out to golf or simply look- ing for a place to eat off the beaten path, now you can enjoy casual dining at The Golf Park. Present this ad and receive 10% off your total dining check. Offer expires: 8/6/OO.