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50- CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, August 5- August 11, 1994 Briefly Iv Trlsh Vernon photo Meet the Rehoboth Beach Country Club Dolphins Rehoboth Beach Country Club's Dolphin swimming team recently took time out from their busy schedule to post for this team photograph. Pictured above, front row from left, are: AI- He Dean Pedigo, Julie Robinson, David Brodsky, Zachary Brodsky, Lucy Monigle, Paige Townsend, Courtney Bateman, Jess Green, Alexa Alien and Vieki Green. Second row, from left: AH O'Brien, Margo Mitchell, Liz Burns, Sammy Beyda, Megan Cerullo, Katie McDavid, Ricky Berl, Danielle Renken, Mason Dyer and Justin Collins. Third row, from left: Elisabeth Lingo, Megan Kee, Elizabeth McNeilly, Allie Beyda, Ashlee Reed, Alex Lynch, Maggie McDon- ald and Sara Mitchell. Fourth row, from left: Coach Robb Smith, Angela VanHelden, Jessie Robinson, Edward Cerullo, Tyler Townsend, JB. Moore, Matthew McDavid, Lewis Allen and Tommy Burns. Back row, from left: Lacey Kenworthy, Julie Collins, Waiter O'Brien, Matthew Graviet and Tommy Mitchell. Not present for the photo were team members Colby Cox, Brent Thompson, Wade Thomp- son, Brendan Berl, Kristina Lingo and Ken Lingo. Dolphins earn awards at annual swim banquet The RBCC Dolphis held their annual swim team banquet on Aug. 1. The swimmers pictured above with head coach Robb Smith were honored and received trophies for their efforts this season. Special presentations were made in the following categories (from left): Elizabeth McNellly, most improved; Waiter OBrien, most improved; Jessie Robinson, most improved; and Edward Cerullo, most improved. One of the yougest team members Julie Robinson (standing in front of her coach) was presented the Wheaties Award, wliich is given to the swimmer who displays overall sportsmanship and effort, and w]ho is most likely to grace the cover of a Wheaties box someday. Also pictured are Elisabeth Lingo, most valuable; Tommy Burns, most valuable; and Lacey Kenworthy, most va/uable. /Kissing from the photo was Matthew Graviet, who also earned a most valuable award. I iiii!ii=i====llll ii!i ! i!ii%'i!1i ! !!i ii!i !i!!i i i] i !iii!i 1!--i4 - Milton Little League meeting recheduled The regularly scheduled month- ly meeting of the Milton Little League for Monday, Aug. 8, has been rescheduled for Monday, Aug, 15, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Milton Towne Cafe. Plans for the 1995 season and the nomination of officers will be conducted at this meeting. Softball game to benefit Rehoboth LL The Fifth Annual President's Cup Benefit Softball Game, pit- ring the Rehoboth-Dewey Cham- ber of Commerce against parents and friends of Rehoboth Little League, will be held at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 9 (game time 6 p.m. sharp) at the Rehoboth Little League Field. The rain date is Thursday, Aug. 11. The chamber is seeking $25 business sponsorships which can be mailed to the Rehoboth Beach- Dewey Beach Chamber of Com- merce, P.O. Box 216, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971, attn. Presi- dent's Cup, with check payable to Rehoboth Little League. Players are needed. Anyone wishing to participate should contact Dale Bellinger, 227-6410; Gina For- cucci, 226-1001, or Cindy Black, 227-2233, ext. 11. Cape athletes must have physicals on file Students in grades seven through 12 in the Cape Henlopen School are required to have an athletic physical on file for the 1994-95 school year before being eligible to participate in fall sports. Student-athletes are reminded that practice for fall sports - foot- ball, field hockey, soccer, cross country; volleyball and cheerlead- ing will start on or around Aug. 19. Middle school athletes will be- gin practice once school starts in September. Physical forms can be picked up in the offices of Cape Henlopen High School, Lewes and Milton Middle Schools, the Rehoboth School office and at the adminis- trative offices located next to the high school in Lewes. For more information, call the athletic director's office at 645- 7099. Rain dampens racing at SeaCoast Stock car racing fans got rained out again last Saturday, July 30, but not before the Sportsman dri- vers were able to get in three laps of the two feature races for that di- vision. SeaCoast will try again to get in a full night of racing this Saturday night, Aug. 6, where the Sports- man feature will pick up where it left off. Also on Aug. 6, the Vin- tage Car Club will be racing in the second annual Johnny Martin Memorial Race. There also will be a feature race for the street stocks. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. with heat races beginning at 7. Sea- Coast Speedway, a half-mile clay oval, is located on U.S. 113 just south of Georgetown. More Briefs on page 51 moomomouomomomomomomomomomo CASINO NIGHT Friday, August 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Door Prizes Cape Henlopen Elks Lodge Route 23, Lewes From Rehoboth, turn left at Five Points onto Route 9, the go about 25 yards and bear left to Route 23 *300 Admission "Refreshments" (Must be 21 years of age - I.D. required) 0 W Call 645-7016 for more information  OOOOOOOOOOOOlIOO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0