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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 93: CAPE SUPERINTENDENT MEALS 0N WHEELS GOLF ! i TOURNEY SUBMITTED PHOTO MEALS ON WHEELS of Lewes and Rehoboth Beach will be holding its annual golf tournament fundraiser Sunday, Sept. 22, and Monday, Sept. 23. This event will begin with a dinner and auction on Sunday night and end with the tournament on Monday afternoon. As always, it is being held at the Rehoboth Beach Country Club. Tick- ets for the dinner are $75 and include appetizers, open bar and a grand buffet with a beef carving stationi Dinner tickets and golf tournament in- formation can be obtained by calling the Meals on WheEls office at 3(32- 645-7449 or by emailing Last year, this event paid for more than 12,O00 meals for homebound seniors living in eastern Sussex County. Shown delivering a meal to Meals on Wheels client Kathy Anderson are Cape Henlopen School District Superintendent Robert Fulton and volunteer meal driver Gene Grecp. Fredman Continued from page 90 those balls is the person who wants it more, or so coaches seem to think. I think that's half the case; most athletes want it, but because there's only one ball, only one can get it. I've seen some soccer people who would step on and gladly con- cuss their grandmothers to win a ball and lacrosse players who would scoop through a circle of cautious middies knocking any- one else who stood in their way into the middle of next week. Yes, I think you can outhustle people, especially the intelli- gent ones. Outsmart - Coaches call it athletic IQ which is quite different from academic IQ I remember a 12-year-old Little League team on which all the infielders were Odyssey of the Mind finalists, but with the bases loaded and one out, a ground ball to the infield would produce indecision and confu- sion - just too many things mov- ing at the same time. The funny thing is that the other kids on the field knew it, although ad- mittedly they didn't know much history, biology or derivative calculus. Snippets - Hip-hop, hooray! The scholastic sport seasons are about to kick into high gear from Friday night football to soccer, field hockey, volleyball and cross country along with cheerleading and band. Any teacher who wants to get off to a good start should attend games or other student activi- ties because "ain't nobody care about your dumb class" unless you truly care about them as people. Only then do you have a fighting chance. Say it ain't so, but you would be wrong. ]enna Steele, Cape grad and Mary Washington student, was field hockey Offensive Co-Play- er of the Week in the Capitol Athletic Conference. ]enna played no offense while at C-ape and last summer put on goalie pads to protect the cage in the lacrosse alumni game. Asked if her Mary Washington coaches would approve, she just smiled and said, "No." ]enna is a retro- hippie; her Cape field hockey and lacrosse mates just love Barbara Dougherty, 70, spoke to the Cape field hockey team last fall. her. Barbara Dougherty, aka One Tough Cookie, with a special connection to Cape Henlopen field hockey, will be honored by the town of Dewey Beach on Friday night with special recognition for her years of service as the town's historian. Yes, it doesn't sound interesting unless you know Barbara. Go on now, gift NEW & USED GUNS . HOLSTERS . AMMO . GIFT CERTIFICATES ". o COMMEMORATI ;E john wAYNE N T S R I F L E S H A N D G U N S HOD 94 CAL 32-40 CA. 1980 UNFIRED IN BOX, WITH WALL PLAQUE, AMMO AND JOHN WAYNE MAGAZINE 28815 LEWES HIGHWAY, LEWES, DE Phone (302) 684o5198 ~ FAX (302) 837-2313 Weekdays: 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m Sunday: Noon- 4 p.m. Emaih - I 0 N S R U S S I A N t" T E M S EXTRA BARRELS. EAST GERMAN ITEMS. 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