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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 5 - August 11, 1994 - 45 Dave Frederick photos National Night Out horseshoe winners, Chuck Stoddard, left, and Jimmy Forsythe, right, pick up first place loot from tournament director John Ellsworth. People Continued from page 44 and made the plays in pressure sit- uations. Heather Morrow, Jenny Dey, Susan Kintz, Kelly Palekar and Judi Brittingham rounded out a "dream team" that some fans think may never be seen again. Congratulations to coaches John Manship and Kevin Walls and to all the parents and friends who supported the team and rode the wave of excitement they created. SNIPPETS - Jimmy Forsythe and Chuck Stoddard combined to pitch a shutout in the finals of the National Night Out-All Comers horseshDe_ tournament at soggy Blockhouse Pond Park. Stoddard was a pitcher in high school while Forsythe was an infielder. After receiving his prize money Forsythe barked, "Wharf! wharf!" Delaware State football coach Bill Collick and his offensive coordi- nator Herky Billings attended the festivities. Coach Collick told me it&apos;s getting harder and harder with money restraints, along with changing and more stringent NCAA rules, to keep a first class and winning team on the field. "People just expect us to have winning seasons, but it's getting tougher," Collick said. Counselor Dennis Reardon was awarded a plaque from the Police Athletic League for his support of their programs. "I've always supported their efforts because it's some- thing I really believe in," Reardon said. Gilbert "Cutty" Maull and Wanda Gibbs (help me Wanda) got the crowd rockin' with a duet karaoke rendition of "Word Up." In my house it was, "Tell me momma what's the word"? " Get up"! Fall sport practices begin August 19. Cape will hand out equipment on August 16. My first high school helmet was made of leather and was sort of lopsided and distorted much like my asym- metrical head. The upperclassmen calledme "gladiator" but I was no happy Roman. Outta here! Wharf, wharf! Counselor Dennis Reardon was awarded a plaque from the Police Athletic League for his support of their pro. grams. "I've always support- ed their efforts because it's something I really believe in," Reardon said. Norm Gershman photos The championship Black team includes, front row from left, Brian Cash, Robbie Outon, Kevin Kane, Brad Hickman, Anthony Dimarzo and John Mack. Standing, from left, are Tom Frederick, Brett Gershman, Anthony DiDomenicus, Lance Derrickson, John Wunder, Corby Steele and Jack Frederick. Lacrosse Continued from page 44 being critical." Complimenting each other is not something that happens too often among combatants on the lacrosse field. Take away the 6-0 first period barrage and the Red came back to play a 12-9 three pe- riod game. Gene Lower, from fabled St. Mary's High and the University of Maryland, scored five goals and Cape's Spencer Steele-added a deuc e to keep the game cl0se. Also scoring for the Black team was Chip Thompson 3, Rob Orton 2, Brad Hickman, Jack Frederick and Anthony Dimarzo. Gene Lower (No. 15) of the Red team scores one of his five goals past Black goalkeeper Brett Gershman. Appetizer Night! $2.00 OFF ALL APPETIZERS All-U- Can-Eat... Crab Leg Nite! $14.95 ilso  < Miller Promo 3 p.m. to close Genuine Draft (so.) $1.50 Lite (10 .z d,m $ f. O0 SHRIMP NITE! All-U-Can-Eat $1f.95 STEAMER NITE! ~ Special prices! " Rt. 24 at Peddlers Village Shopping Center Lewes, DE I NEW ENGLAND CLAM BAKE/ $15.95 NEIN BUDWEISER PROMO NITE WITH T-SHIRTS AND PRIZES flL;0KARAOKE W/DAVE LEMMON  FRIENDS 945-4070