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] I ~ Z6 TUE5DAY, JULY 31 J THURSDAY AUGUST 2, 2012 SPORTS & OUTDOORS J Cape Gazette : oW5 LAX WRAPS UP SEASON Tess Boettger of JR Bennett High School is defended by Sarah Tappan of Cape and Molly Soule of Worcester Prep: NICK ROTH PHOTOS LEWES LAX wrapped up its fourth summer season July 24. The six-week informal league featured two games a night - one for rising ninth- to 11th-graders and one for seniors and adults. The league drew an average of 85 girls each week. Sam Bonuetti, a recent grad of Immaculata College, makes a move against Meredith Soule of Worcester Prep. Graeleigh Lackey of Dover High School triesto split the defenders. Claire Carnevale of Cape scores a goal in the final game. -,s|ellv Other winners included Ron- BF nie Scales in the first flight, John z Terranova in the second flight, Bagel Bombers to Ken Carruthers in the third flight, Shawn ]ones in the fourth hold tryouts Aug. 5 flight and Sonny Macklin in the The Surf Bagel Bombers travel fifth flight. baseball team will hold tryouts On the women's side, Linda for its fall 2012 and summer 2013 Townsend took home the club seasons Sunday, Aug. 5, from 5:30 championship, while Cinda Alli- to 7:30 p.m. at Sports at the son and Cathy Macklin won the Beach in Georgetown. The try- first and second flights, respec- outs will be for the U9 through tively, Stephanie Scales was the U14 teams, and a player's age is third flight champion. as of April 30, 2013. For more in- formation, email agelof@com- Tennis guru to hold cast.net, workouts, clinics .Sussex Pines crowns Former All-American, touring pro and accomplished tennis club champions coach ]0hn Eagleton brings Greg Macklin was Crowned decades of playing and teaching &e 2012 Sussex Pines club experience to Sea Colony Ten- champion July 22 following a nis Resort for a series of work- three-hole playoff with runner- outs, linics and more Saturday, up Lee Peters: The club champi- Aug. 4, and Sunday, Aug. 5. onship is a 36-hole stroke play On Saturday, Eagleton will event held over two days. host a junior and adult workout Fredman coach at Penn State, Lafayette and the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Last Friday, he Continued from page 25 bought a water ice on the beach at Bethany and asked Matt Kane if that's not bad enough, a liber- where he went to high school. al. The first rule in argumenta- Matt's answer, Cape, led Joe to tion is to attack the argument, ask if he knew Dave Frederick not the person; a bunch of and Matt sized up the situation hoagie noses want to call me and said, "You mean Fredman?" names_what's up? and it was all good from there as Snippets - Sammy Mohr and Matt gave me rave reviews. Joe TK Saez will be-in camp when and I were at Temple together. Wesley College opens drills Aug. Joe was inducted into the Penn- :10. The Wolverines are one of sylvania Sports Hall of Fame the top Division 3 programs in April 12. All my contemporaries the nation, and if you can make are in a Hall of Fame some- tonto the field in that program, where. I was just never all that you are a serious player. Joe Hin- into sports -too busy writing delang is a former head baseball jokes. Go on now, gift from 3 to 5 p.m., immediately mediate and advanced clinics followed by an exhibition with from 10 a.m. to noon, followed Sea Colony's group of pros. Cost by a free Q&A session where he for the workout is $50 and all will discuss the evolution of the ages are invited to attend. Sun- modern game. Clinics are $20 day, the former ATP World Tour with 24-hour advance registra- Pro will oversee the adult inter- tion and $25 after. For more information about! Sea Colony Tennis, stop by the tennis center at West Way Drive and Kent Avenue, call 302-539= 4488, go to SeaColonyTennis.net or like on Facebook. f Registration for Fall 2012 Soccer is Open Henlopen Soccer Club is registering players for the Fall 2012 recreational program. The club emphasizes soccer skill development and sportsmanship in a family friendly atmosphere. The unique value of our program is that we provide professional trainers lbr all age groups. Who: Children ages 2 -14. All age groups are co-ed. o Cost: $75 per player (credit cards and checks accepted) Late registration begins August 4 and fee increases to $90. Registration closes August 19th. Season: Games are played Saturdays, beginning September 15 and ending November 3. No games on October 6 (Columbus Day Weekend). Where: H.O. Brittingham Elementary School, Milton, DE runs programs year round and currently serves more than 650 member children, making it among the largest youth recreation sports club in Sussex County, Delaware. Member D.Y.S.A. - a U.S. Youth Soccer affiliate. _____J Register Online Today! You can register online by visiting: www.henlopensoccerclub.org Volunteers needed: coaches, concessions, field set-up and fundraising. For additional information please visit our Web site, Facebook or e-mail ,us at henlopensoccerclub@verizon.net