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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 - 83 Quick Hitters By Dave Frederick DESTROYERS DEFEATED - A safety on a long snap that was just a little ',too long" and sailed over the punter's head, and two offensive fumbles scooped up and returned for touchdowns handed the Arbutus Big Red a 16-8 victo- ry over the Delmarva Destroyers last Saturday. Destroyer quarter- back Toine Stewart found wide receiver Jamal Pettiford on a 38- yard third-quarter touchdown pass. The Destroyers of coach Bob Jones will battle the Peninsu- la Power of coach Tony Hall at 3 p.m., this Saturday, Aug. 15, at Delaware State University; for ticket information call 302-730- 0415. PEERLESS FRANK - Frank Colesanti, a 64-year-old body builder and retired Air Force and spacecraft analyst who works out at The Firm, was awarded a fifth-place trophy at last weekend's Muscle Ma- nia competi- tion held at COLESANTI the Tawes Theater in Maryland. Frank, who can endure more pain during a workout than a Haitian firewalker, was top gun in the 60-and-over category, but awards were only contested in the over-50 division. "I competed against guys that were younger and bigger," Frank said. With the growing popularity of weight training, event organiz- ers may have to include weight di- visions and more age categories. Colesanti is also an expert on nu- trition and supplements that build strength and stamina. SUSSEX GUARDS FOURTH AT NATIONALS - The Sussex County Lifeguard chapter cap- tured fourth place at the United States Lifesaving Association (USLA)'s nationals held last week in Chicago. Tim Green won the men's beach flags competition while Robin Erthal captured sec- ond place-for the women in the same event. Both soft-sand relay teams won first-place honors as Derek Shockro, Chris Schell, Green and Chad Jenkins won the men's open division and Jackie Santomonto, Erthal, Brooke McKay and Paetra Smeehyzena won the women's race. The land- line team of Kent Buckson, Kurt Hussong, Troy Pusateri and Ann Willis took second place. Tim Ferry placed fifth in the seniors beach flags. Troy Bokius was sixth in the two-mile 'beach run while Jen Reihm placed third for the women. John Zirekel of Sea Colony, competing in the masters division, was first in the surf-ski event, second in the ironman and Dave Frederick photo Randy Brittingham, left, and Sylvester Campbell won the horseshoe-throwing competition during Lewes' National Night Out celebration at Blockhouse Pond. third in the rescue-board race. NOT EVEN CLOSE - Close may count in hand grenades and horseshoes but at last Saturday's National Night Out Invitational Two Person Team Horseshoe Tournament no one was "even close" to champions Randy "Wimpy" Brittingham and his partner Syivester "The Cat" Campbell. They dominated the competition, going 3-0 and beat- ing Jake "The Snake" Holland and Mike Gooch in the finals. "Even if we let them walk them up there we still would have beat them," Wimpy said. "Wimpy was the man but I took care of the slack," Sylvester Campbell said. The win- ning team won the $100 first-prize money. Holland and Gooch mas- tered the comeback of the tourna- ment by coming from a 20-0 deficit to defeat the Rabbits Ferry connection of Paul Street and Cur- tis Johnson. Both Johnson and Street were available for com- ments but refused to offer any. PALE FACES REIN OVER SUMMER HOUSE - Dogfish Head nipped the Summerhouse in the final game of the best-of-three championship round, 16-14, to win its first summer volleyball restaurant and bar league champi- onship. The victors celebrated by pour- ing Shelter Pale Ale over their faces - the first such sports cele- bration in recorded history. Dog- fish won the first game, 15-6, but the Summerhouse came back to take the second game, 15-I 1, forc- ing the single game championship showdown. Black Gilbert above the net and Twig Burton on the ground were the heroes in the Dogfish victory. 'Tm not that good but I'm scrappy," Twig said in an understatement. HEADING FOR HERSHEY - The foursome of Netti Choice, Laura Olenderski, Bethany Pavlik and Chelsea Palmer, of the Seashore Strider Track Club, will be competing at the Hershey Na- tional Track and Field Champi- onships on Saturday, Aug. 15, in Hershey, Pa. The girls are repre- senting the Eastern Region in the 400-meter relay for the second year in a row. The same four fin- ished fifth at last year's champi- onships. The soon-to-be fifth- grade girls have qualified for a to- tal of 15 national championships between them, led by Pavlik with six (cross country '95, '96, '97; track '97, '98; softball '98), Olen- derski with four (track '97, '98; cross country '97, softball '98), Palmer with three (track '97, '98; cross country '97), and Choice with two (track '97, '98). Good luck to the talented four. 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