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 I[   ' :ii,i!i!i i'iii,iiiiiiii,ii!iiiii ,, ii  RBCC holds ladies 9 hole tourney Rehoboth Beach Country Club held a ladies nine hole tour. ney on Tuesday, Sept. 2 .The winners were, in front 0-r): Mag- gie Evans (first place, Flight C), Shirley Conley (overall cham- pion), Ann Formichena (second place, Flight D) and Alice Mastersen (first place, Flight B). In back: Ethel Finley (first place, Flight A), Elaine Dill (second place, Flight A) and Jean Pfundstein (second place, Flight B). Not shown is Maureen Kentner (first place, B Flight). CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 27 - October 3, 1996 - 75 Slam Dunk To The Beach tourney announces teams, brackets for 1996 Bob Jacobs, tournament direc- tor for the annual Slam Dunk To The Beach high school basketball tournament, announced this year's participating teams at a press con- ference held Thursday, Sept. 19 at Grotto Pizza's Dewey Beach loca- tion. This year's tournament will be- gin on Thursday, Dec. 26 and con- tinue for six days ending on Tues- day, Dec. 31. Hem arc the teams that will be playing in the various brackets: Slam Dunk to the Beach St. Patrick (24-4), Elizabeth, N.J., finished ranked 15th in USA; Good Counsel (19-22), Wheaton, Md., semi-finalist D.C. tourney; St. Frances (30-4), Baltimore, Md., Catholic champs, 12th USA; Mater Dei (34-2), Santa Aria, Calif., semi-finalist in state, 22nd USA; Roger Bacon (13-9), Cincinnati, Ohio, first round state tourney; St. Joseph (27-3), Alameda, Calif., state semi-final- ist, 25th USA; Rice, Manhattan (30-5), N.Y., state champions, 8th USA; Wilmington, Wilmington, DE, state quarterfinals. Governor's Trophy Salesianum (1%8), Wilming- ton, second round state tourney; Delmar (15-8), Delmar, lost final round state tourney; A.I. DuPont (18-7), Wilmington, state quarter- finalist; Indian River (1%9), Frankford, state quarterfinalist. Tip-Off Classic St. Augustine (23-4), Richland, N.J., second round state tourney; Plymouth Whitemarsh (28-3), Plymouth Meeting, N.J., second round state tourney; St. Peter (19- 4), New Brunswick, N.J., second round state tourney; Palliotti (16- 11), Laurel, Md., quarterfinals D.C. Catholic tourney. National Power Series Mercersburg Academy (14-7), Mercersburg, Pa., state confer- ence champs; Germantown Acad- emy (19-4), Ft. Washington, Pa., state conference champs; Trot- wood Madison (22-3), Trotwood, Ohio, regional state finalist; Lake Clifton (23-1), Baltimore, Md., state champions. Mayor's Cup Cape Henlopen (23-4), Lewes, state tourney finalists; Brandy- wine (11-12), Wilmington, lost first round state tourney; Hodgson (15-8) Newark, lost first round state tourney; Colonel Richardson (21-4), Federalsburg, Md., region- al finalist River and Bay Shootout Howard (20-6), Wilmington, state champions; St. Mark's (19- 6), Wilmington, semifinals state tourney; Towson Catholic (14- 16), Towson, Md., first round Catholic league; Atlantic City (17-9), Atlantic City, N.J., second round state tourney; Middle Township (20-8), quarterfinals state tourney; Bishop McNamara (15-9), Forestville, Md., second round D.C. tourney; St. John Neu- man (18-8), Philadelphia, Pa., semifinalist Catholic league; Newport School (14-8), Kensing- ton, Md., potential as USA rank- ing; Chambersburg (25-5), Cham- bersburg, Pa., quarterfinals state tourney; Delcastle (21-6), Wilm- ington, semi-finalist state tourney. Boulevard, Jones donate to Little League Donations continue to build the Rehoboth Beach Little League fundraising campaign toward its completion. The campaign is working to erase the $150,000 debt incurred for construction of the league's new complex on Rt. 271 (The Glade road). Blake Thompson, campaign chairman, said re- cently the fund has topped the halfway point but still needs more donors to reach the final goal. The photos here show two recent donations for $1,500 each. In the top photo, Re- hoboth Little League President Pete Townsend accepts a check for $1,500 from John Bateman of Boulevard Ford. In the bottom photo, Townsend accepts a check from Andrew Jones (1) and Connor Jones (r) on behalf of their parents, Dave and Brenda Jones of Jones Refrigeration. Anyone who would like to add to the campaign should contact Blake Thompson at 856-2400. NASSAU 4TH ANNUAL E HARVESTFEST '96 Uve Broadcast From WZSK 103,5 T/m Shark Peggy Raley, propriaor, Nassaz Valky Vizards with her nephew, Shane Sat & Sun iJoin me and my family for our fall harvest celebration...a place for kids to be kids and grown-ups to be kids again! A two-day celebration of fabulous music, great wine and beers, delicious food (don't miss the crawfish boil!), fall farm market, hayrides, circus acts, grape-stomv_ing, parachute play and lots of good times!  SCHEDULED TO APPEAR Eclypse, Extremity featuring Perky Scott, Big Hat, No Cattle, Red Letter Day, The Island Boyz, Tap Dancer John6 Forg6, Vocalist Angela Hill * Oct 5-6 GENERAL ADMISSION: $6.00 UNDER 21:$3.00 12 AND UNDER: FREE! Buy tine on Sunday from Demama s only viueyardl FREE PARKING " Nassau Valley Vineyards * 33 Nassau Commons * Lewes, DE * (302) MS-WINE CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED