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i z. 112 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Aug. 8 -Aug. 14, 2003 Winners named in Delaware State News Sandcastle Contest The results are in for the 25th annual Delaware State News Sandcastle Contest, held Aug. 2 in Rehoboth Beach. Here are the winners in each category: ANIMALS Children: First place - Giant Sea Turtle by Sarah Rhoades, Katie Rhoades, Becky Rhoades and Ryan Pitzer of Enola, Pa.; Second place: Tur- tie with Shells by Katie Gruver, Josh Gruver, Richard Younk and Emma Gilbert of Annapolis, Md.; Third place: Sandy the Cat, by Christine Buckley of Milton. Adults: Irtrst place - Pegasus by All Sacks of Atgle, Pa.; Second place - Alizar and Longneck by Lind DeMaio, Alex DeMaio, Constance De- Maio and Adam Rugie of Wilmington; third place - Delaware Birds by Mark Crandall and Cynthia Crandell of Reisrstown, Md. Mr. Pompeii, by Megan Johnson and Melissa Johnson of Bridge.ton, N.J. Adults: First place - Bush and Saddam by David O'Brien of Arlington, Va.; Second place - Van Gogh's Sunflowers by Bill Stewart, Diane Stewart, Thom Iannacci and Jackie Phillips of Eddystone, Pa., Mike Reynolds, Brenda Reynolds, Heather Reynolds and Bayard Cox of Milton; Third place - Boombalatti, by Lisa Deav- en, Avery Kenny and Tom McGee of Wilming- ton. SANDCASTLE Children: First place - Tddville; Second place - Last Stand by Joshua Gladu of Hartly; Third place: Temple of Smoke, by Andrew Foltz of Dover. Adults: First place - Traditional - by Darrell O'Connor, Darryl Jones and Mary Jones of Wilmington and Greg Wallace of Hockessin; Second place - Coming Alive, by Ken Lenig and family, Keith Lloyd and-fanfily and Wayne Line and family of Sunbury, Pa. and Rev. Larry D. Johnson and family of Bridgeton, N.J.; Third place: Untitled castle by Eric Bollinger, Jeff Bollinger and Ann Bollinger of Greenwood, and Glenda Roberts, Ashley Roberts and Amanda Roberts of Frankford. PEOPLE'S CHOICE Children: Ttkiville Adults: Coming Alive by Ken Lenig and fam- ily, Keith Lloyd and family and Wayne Line and family of Sunbury, Pa. and Rev. Larry D. John- son and family of Bridgeton, NJ. TOm Immacci, left, and Bill Stewart create a work of art fash- ioned after a Van Gogh painting. Partners Jackie Phillips, Byard Cox, Diane Stewart and Heather Reynolds worked diligently on the artistic croatiom Linda DeMaio of Wilmington forms the' back of a dinosaur. PICK OF THE LITTER (Ages 6 and under) Bnwy 108 by Campbell ,%eueraum of Falls Church, Va.; Entry 112 by Andrew Hsiao of Bal- timore; Entry 113, Kevin Hsiao of Baltimore; and Entry 121, by Andrew Koteeka of,Rehoboth Beach. Katie Niemcsyk forms the waves that carries tbe alreraft carrier constructed by her mw. Kim Parish, left, and  Millm" at Boym-stown, Pa. re, mite a cas- tle for the frog prines yet to be eemsanaeted. Priz were given in both ebildran ami adult esmpetitianL WORM Children: First place - Sand-Al by Nellie Din Cook photos Catzen, Molly Caplan and Eliza Caplan of Balti- The 2th mmual Delaware State News Sandeastle Contest, held Saturday, Aug. 2, in Rehoboth Reach brought more; Second place - Ice Cream Extreme by out the crowds to enjoy a da..y of bright sunshine and ocean breezes, not to mention creatures of all types made Nicole Abba and Summer Peterson of Lorton, from mounds of sand and a little elbow grease. Greg Wallace, left, of Wilmington and Darrell O'Conner of Hoekes- Va. and Ryan Brady of Faiffax, Va.; Third place - sion started at 7".30 am. on the beach north of the Heniopen Hotel to create this castle.