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Lewes 9-10 girls win District 3 championship Davis wins RBS00 series; club to host Sunfish Lewes Little League's 9-10 year old Major League All-Stars won the District Three Champi- onship on Tuesday, July 8 when they beat the Seaford All-Stars 17-11. Lucy Wilkerson struck out 11 Seaford batters on the way to securing the championship and was supported offensive- ly with three hits off the bat of Cory Hopkins and two from Lisa Williams. The road to the championship also included a 21-1 winners' bracket victory over Georgetown on Wednesday, July 2. In that game, Wilkerson and Williams combined for the pitching victory with 10 strike- outs while Courtney Lorah, Jackie Warren and Corey Hopkins each contributed two hits. Glenn Williams, manager of the Lewes All-Stm's, said the team outscored its opponents 80-18 in the tournament. "Excellent basernnning and team play were keys to our winning the championship," said Williams. Shown with their championship pennant are (back row) Coach Jimmy Layton, Manager Williams and Coach Pete Coveleski. Players (l-r) include Samantha Coveleski, Lucy Wilkerson, Corey Hopkins, Dominique Scott, Lisa Williams, Jamie Kelley, Jtsmine Timmons, Kelsey Fleming, Jackie Warren, Laura Olenderski, Bethany Pavlik and Courtney Lorah. Coach Wayne Warren wasn't available for the photograph. Regatta that will draw top sailors from the six-state region. Infor- mation on these races is available from RBSA at 227-9008. CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, August I - August 7, 1997 - YMCA swim camp set for Aug. 18-22 The Sussex Family YMCA will hold a one-week swim camp ses- sion from Monday through Fri- day, Aug. 18-22, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Campers should bring a swim suit, two towels, goggles (option- al), and a plastic bag for wet items. All campers must bring a lunch. On Wednesday, Aug. 20, campers should bring a t-shirt with them for decorating. Partici- pants will work on skill work, stroke mechanics, group and indi- vidual activities. There will also be several day trips. For more information or to reg- ister, call the YMCA at 227-8018. 83 Christmas Seal run/walk slated for Dec. 6 The second annual American Lung Association of Delaware Christmas Seal 5K Run/Walk will be held on Saturday, Dec. 6 at 9 a.m. The race director will be Tim Bamforth of the Seashore Striders. The start of the 5K Run/3K Walk is from Cape Henlopen High School. Awards will be presented to overall male and female champi- ons, overall make and female master as well as the top three fin- ishers in various age groups. The run will be held in conjunc- tion with the Lewes Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade and the Lewes Historical Society House Tour. Est. 1958 ................ A 00Z.AND Electrical Contractor L.P.I. Cert. 959 645-8457 645-9060 1-800-610-8457 CERTIFIED LIGHTNING PROTECTION P.O. Box 252, Lewes, DE 19958 regionals this 00reeJend Rehoboth Bay Sailing Associa- tion's (RBSA) Sunflish Fleet #200 completed its spring sailboat racing series on Saturday, July 19. Rob Davis of Lewes finished first in the 12 race series with nine skippers participating. John Dolan, a junior sailor from Millsboro, finished second overall while Preston "Pal" Littleton of Rehoboth Beach and Potomac, Md. finished third. In the junior fleet (those under 18), John Dolan took first, John Eisenbrey of Odessa and Dewey Beach took second and James Dolan - John's brother - took third. RBSA, located oin Rehoboth Bay immediately south of Dewey Beach, began its Summer Sunfish Racing Series on Satuirday, July 26. This weekend, on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 2 and 3, the club will host the Sunfish Mid-At- lantic Regional Championship Indian River team wins Dinner Bell mini golf tourney Indian River High School golf coach Neff Behan holds tickets his team won in the First Annual Dinner Bell Miniature Golf Invitational, held recently at the Re- hoboth Bay biatL The tick- eta are each good for one free round of golf at the marina. The Indians were one of four Henlopen Conference golf teams which participated in the tourney. Other teams in- eluded Cape Henlopen, Sus- sex Central and Milford. HOthouse staff wins Olympics volleyball A story lgst week about the 15th took part in the competition. Annual Bar and Restaurant The Lighthouse won the volley- Olympics inadvertently omitted ball portion of the event, and tied the name of the Lighthouse with Lazy Susan's for fifth place Restaurant of Lewes whose staff overall. REHOBOTH BAY SAILING ASSOCIATION *Now Accepting Applications For Sailing School* No Experience Necessary!!! We Offer Lessons With Experienced Instructors Beginner,& Intermediate Classes Available Classes Held Monday-Friday FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL: (302) 227.9008 ***Private Lessons Are Available*** ***Memberships Are Available*** P.O. Box 483 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971