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84 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August I - August 7, 1997 Barr's sudden death chip shot birdie secures RBCC golf title Rehoboth Beach Country Club recently announced the results of the 1997 Club Championship, which took place July 26 and 27. In the Championship Flight (handicaps 3.2-8.2), Jim Barr (77- 74, 151) and Pete Townsend (72- 79, 151) were tied after 36 holes, and a sudden death play-off was necessary to determine the 1997 RBCC Club Championship. Barr claimed the title when he chipped in his third shot for a birdie three on the first playoff hole. Barr won the championship coming from the 1st Flight, mark- ing the first time in the history of the club that this rare feat oc- curred. Taking third place honors was Bruce Bogart (73-79, 152); fol- lowed by Randy Kenworthy, 78- 81, 159; Lee Weber, 84-75, 159; Frank Shuman (77-83, 160); and Ralph Bogart (80-81,161). Senior- Senior Division Low Gross champion was Ralph Boga- rt (80-81, 161) followed by Don Harris (83-81,163). Walt Ellis (65-70, 135) took first in the Senior - Senior Divi- sion Low Net, followed by Bill Hill (64-73, 137); Lou Winkler, (70-69, 139); Buck Thompson (66-63, 139); Frank Abbott (67- 74, 141); Bill Dill (68-74, 142); Jack Guenveur (69-74, 143); Ross Adams (72-72, 144); Tom Manfu- so (72-72, 144). In the Seniors Division, Randy Kenworthy (78-81, 159) was champion in the Low Gross, and Frank Shuman (77-83, 160) was second. In the Low Net for the same division, the champion was Don Zeigler (69-65, 134), fol- lowed by Ed Bennett (69-70, 139); Bob Tigani (71-70, 141); and Walt Wagamon (70-72, 142). In the 4th Flight (handicaps 19.8-30.9), Lou Winkler was the champion (94-93, 187) and Frank Abbott (93-100, 193) was the run- ner up. Taking third place was Harold Bennett (105-93, 197); fol- lowed by Boots Campbell (100- 98, 198); Bill Regardie (104-98, 202); Jim Beebe (100-104, 204) and Warren Allen (104-103, 207). In the 3rd Flight (handicaps 17.0 - 19.3), the winner was Ed Bennett (90-91, 181); with John Fleming (91-92, 183) coming in second place. In third place was Jack Guenveur (90-95, 185); fol- lowed by Tom Manfuso (93-93, 186); Charles Forbes (92-95, 187); Walter Hatz, (91-97, 188); Jim Guandolo 97-91,188). In the 2nd Flight (handicaps 12.2 - 16.4), Walt Ellis (81-86, 167) took the number one spot, with Don Ziegler (86-82, 168) in second place. Buck Thompson (82-89, 171) took third place, fol- lowed by Bill Hill (82-91, 173); Bill Dill (84-90, 174); Warren Hardy (89-90, 175); and Don Orr (86-90, 176). Don Harris (83-81, 164) edged out Smart Outten (81-83, 164) in a play-off in the 1st Flight (handi- caps 8.5-11.9). In third place was Bob Nardone (86-83, 169); fol- lowed by Bob Tigani (85-84, 169); Walt Wagamon (84-86, 170); Orville Basinski (87-84, 171); and Jerome Powell (83-89, 172). Braves win Rehoboth Little League Major League title Hazzard's Big A Braves won the Rehoboth Beach Little League Major League Championship this year finishing the season with an 11-2 record. The team also won the play-offs to be the tournament champions. Members of the team included (back row l-r) Coach Joe Ozoroski, Charlie Gathers, Chris Smith, Manager Mike Lee, Kurt Kulp and Coach Dave Elder; middle row (l-r) Scott Riniker, Martin Elder, Anthony Lynch, Brian Lee and Matt Kellner; and front row (l-r) Kevin Soots, Zack Plummer, Mike Danz and Josh Cohen. Beach. For more information call 227-0888. Fall softball league seeking players Cape Henlopen Adult Softball League: Seeking teams and play- ers for Fall league starting in Au- gust. There will be a meeting 7 p.m. on Aug. 7 at the Little Soccer camp planned for Lewes in August Delaware Pride Soccer Associa- tion is excited to announce the Britannia Soccer Ltd. will be holding a week long community soccer camp at Lewes Middle School during the week of Aug. 11-15. Sessions are open to boys League Complx,in Rehobotk- mad, girls t2-18 years old. Players will be grouped according to age and ability in several different programs that will enhance fun and learning. Every player attending will re- ceive an official Reebok soccer shirt, a Reebok skill award, and will have the option to purchase Reebok soccer balls and shin- guards at reduced prices. Players interested in attending should call John Myers at 645- 1186. o"  ".v" "  Suffr.,h ' ? Waterprooflnu Seal Advanced technology Longer lasting protection than traditional solvent waterproofers Helps protect against UV damage 16252 5 Gallon 16253 ................................ 43.99 3 Pc, Lockinu Plier Set 2066181 4 Pc. Plier Kit ............. 2066215 4 Pc. Plier Set ........... .2066173 2/s3 71"MasoyttllmBlado Silicone carbide blade cuts concrete block, brick, limestone and sandstone. 2069086 7 1/4" Steel Saw Blade....27754 7 1/4" Metal Blade ........... 27755 2/'1 .For't Homard Paper Towels So-Dri 2-ply white paper towels. Larger sheets. Extra absorbency. 6015754