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XC Continued from page 166 Osario and newcomer Nick Faircloth are all expected to put up a fair fight for the remaining varsity spots. Following the fami- ly tradition, Jeffery Rogan is also a probable athlete for a varsity position. Jeffery is the youngest of the three Rogans. Andrew Rogan, now a sophomore at James Madison, ran as No. 1 run- ner for Cape during his cross- country years. "The boys team we have this year will be strong enough to con- tend for the Henlopen Conference crown," added Pepper. The boys finished second in the Conference meet last year, but took the Sussex County champi- onship title and were named Henlopen Conference Dual Meet Champions. On the girls' side, the Lady Vikings are finding strength in numbers as nearly 10 girls came out for the team. During the 2005 season, they barely even had the mere five Pamiors it takes to score in a cross-country meet. "Jen Betts is coming strong into her senior year with us," said Pepper. "She ran as our top girl during the 2005 season and is pro- jected to do the same during her last go-around." Rachel Sadowski and Rebecca Pepper are freshman to watch out for. Alex Hellams and Corey Galbreath chose the starting line instead of the hockey field this Frontrunners Rory Rogan (front) leads Brett Morris in a recent practice. year. Also out for the team is jun- ior Elyse Palmer and veterans Michelle Ogarzaleck and Michelle Munyikwa. Sophomore and second year runner Brittany Morris is also slated to run high in the Lady Vikings ranks. Last year's No. 2 runner, Chrissy Beckman, is still out with an ankle injury. "We're going to see an improvement in the girls' record this year," said Pepper. "With the addition of Rachel, our top three will be much stronger than it was last year." CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September 1 - Monday, September 4, 2006 - 167 HENRY MCKAY REALTOR@ 302-226-6648 (Direct) 302-381-5039 (Cell) CHRISTINA HAAG REALTOR@ 302-226-6612 (Direct) 302-381-1059 (Cell) OUR TEAM #1 IN SALES, REIIOBOTH BEACH, 2005 OPEN HOUSES BRAND NEW AND BEAUTIFUL IN RBYCC Feel the elegance as soon as you enter this brand new home. This wonderful 5 BR, 3 Full and 2 half BA home is situated on a comer lot with water and golf course views. Home is open and spa- cious with hardwood floors and a gourmet kitchen. List #2695-J 1 White Oak Road, Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club $1,445,000 "Top Selling Agents 2005 - Rehoboth" I MILLION DOLLAR VIEW Breath-taking bay views and spectacular sunsets can be yours from this bay front 4-bedroom, 3 1/2 bath condo in Dewey Beach. Fully furnished and ready to use now or sit by the cozy fireplace this fail. It has its own sandy beach which is perfect to launch your kayak! List #2352-H 213 Anchor Way, Dewey Beach $1,O19,11OO www.rehobothdreamhomes.com 246 Rehoboth Avenue Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 302-227-3883" THIRD ANNUAL I00OekTOBER FISHING TOURNAMENT INDIAN RIVER M^mN^ OmeC00 lhe Fred Eqll00 I00ms I I I .... I II III I III  lll I II I1 a" I