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Dewey Beach celebration hosts skate board demo The Town of Dewey Beach, in an effort to include youth in its 15th Anniversary celebration, will host a skateboard demonstration. The Demo will begin at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 14, Dagsworthy Street Bayside. Special guests for the Demo are members of the pro- fessional skateboarder team Zoo York. Coming to Dewey are Ricky Iloa, Harold Hunter, Serg Trudnowski and Jeff Pang. Zoo York members are considered to be the top professional skate boarders on the East Coast. Local ramp expert Ronnie Gar- ner of Lewes has been preparing street obstacles for the course, and Soccer Continued from page64 when midway through the first half sophomore defender Brett Williams broke his leg (non-dis- placed tibia break) in a collision with a McKean player. Williams, whose spirit- ed play CONTROL earned him All-Conference honors as a fresh- man, was replaced by stopper Joe his creations include a giant fun box with both banked, and curved transitions, a 16' Wfde quarter pipe, and other various smaller boxes. This event is made possible by generous donations from Aubrey Construction and J.A. Moore Construction. The Dewey Beach Lions Club showed support for the town and area youth by giving a $1,000 donation for the event. The ramps will be in place on Dagsworthy Street for the week- end celebration, and anyone can skate with the pros. For informa- tion, call Harry Wilson, Dewey Beach Surf and Sport, 227-8288. Rehoboth Httle League offers Fall Ball Rehoboth Beach Little League recently announced that it will host a Fall Ball Instructional Deloy. Both teams got a needed rest from a grueling game during the time it took for the paramedics to carry Williams off the field. After the break, Bill Lingo promptly settled a feed from Dan Rasa and sent a fight-footed rock- et into the upper fight corner of the McKean goal. "Lingo can score quickly if he gets a look at the net," said coach John Myers. "He just has that knack for scor- ing." Cape started to press the attack when Dan Lee made it 2-0 from a Jeremy Hurd assist. Hurd made it 3-0 seven minutes later off a long ball from sweeper Hunter Stokes. After the match, as the team cooled down, Stokes yelled out, "The dream lives!" Hockey Continued from page 64 again. But goalie Swartzel, backed up by Marshall in the goalmouth, preserved the shutout. Goodsell recorded six saves for Wilmington, while Swartzel had two. Junior Vikes also opened with a 1-0 win over Wilmington on Tuesday. "It was a pretty even game for most of the first half, but we were able to get our offense going and score in the second," said Coach Mike Eisenhower. Er- ica Waples served as goalie. Cape hosted Woodbridge Thursday afternoon in post dead- line play. An upstart Woodbridge team played the Vikings to a 1-1 tie in 1995. Dover will travel to Cape on Tuesday, September 17 for Cape's frst Northern Division action. R.B.S. Charters offers an opportunity to explore the secrets of the sea aboard our 40' Coast Guard inspected vessel, the WAVERLY. Trips are offered to the Delaware Bay, Rehoboth Bay, or Broadkill River. Also available for bird- watching, sightseeing, weddings, cocktail parties, etc. THE WAVERLY IS DOCKED IN LEWES FOR THE 1996 SEASON . di,    Fi'lday,  Septehiber 1i League for boys and girls from 7- 12 years old. The League will in- elude skill sessions every Wednesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. beginning Sept. 18 and running through Nov. 6 and scrimmage games every Saturday, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., beginning Sept. 21 and con- tinuing through Nov. 9. Cost is $15 per child and a T-shirt and cap will be provided. Fall ball regis- tration will be Saturday, Sept. 14 at the Rehoboth Beach Little League Complex on Road 271 from 10 a.m. to noon. For more infomation, contact Kathy Cooper at 227-9045 or Jay Stevenson at 227-0888. IR Power Squadron plans boating course The Indian River Power Squadron will begin a Public NOTES: The Highlanders took 15 shots in the match, but ran into a goal mouth roadblock by the name of Matt Kreitzer. The ju- nior goalkeeper had a brilliant night in front of the net making in- credible saves throughout the match notching his first well- earned shutout .... In the first game of a promising season the Vikings started with captain Hunter Stokes, Josh Wyatt, Brett Williams, and Joe Deloy in the back; with Micah Sklut, Dan Rasa, Dan Lee, and Bill Lingo in the midfield, with Tom Burke and Jeremy Hurd running as the two strikers. The players performed with a tremendous amount of heart and skill and looked as if they truly loved what they were doing. Most importantly they de- feated a good team, a win that will surely send waves of shock throughout the Henlopen Confer- ence as well as the state. - September 19,1996 - 67 ' Boating Safety Course on Mon- day, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m., in Mills- boro Central Middle School. The course meets Delaware and other states' mandatory boating education requirement that any- one born after Jan. 1, 1978 must complete an approved boating course before operating watercraft on state waters. A permanent wal- let size certificate of course corn- pletion recognized in all states is issued by USPS upon successful completion of this local public course. In addition, certificates are issued by the State of Delaware. For more information contact Herb Van Goerres, IR Power Squadron commander, 645-8686; Nick Edge, boating instructor, 945-7055, or Ed Hartman, boating instructor, 436-4611. Dukes Boat Sales, Inc. Sales & Service Long Neck Road, Millsboro, DE 19966 m 302-945-1111 Contrary to the rumor... We take Trade-ins on New or Used Boats Seaswirl - Pleasure & Fish Suncruiser ~ Pontoon Grumman - Pontoon & Fish Lowe - Pontoon & Fish Leisure Cat- Ocean Runner We Sell Johnson Motors WE'RE NOT THE BIGGEST, JUST THE BEST/ New & Used At Our Huge Anniversary E! all in u too! '97l I BLUEWATER PnnLS &: cuAe 1 671 Highway One, Lewes I I DLUr'.lYYttlr'.l00 rUULO 0 OE.,"XO I (Just ver the Nas.slau Bridge) I