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26 -CAPE GAZETTE October 8 - October 14, 1993 Modifieds gear up at SeaCoast Speedway Viking Athletes of the Week Small block modifieds and 358 sportsman modifieds will provide plenty of action this Saturday night, Oct. 9, at SeaCoast Speedway, located on U.S. 113 just south of Georgetown. Track owner Bunnie Williams said she expects the pits to be over- flowing because most northern tracks are either closed or not racing Sat- urday night. In addition to the modifieds, the track will host its annual Thundercar Invitational, and a full field is expected for this race also. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. with the green flag falling for heat races at 7 p.m. On Sunday, Oct. 17, the track will close out its season with its second annual "Bon Voyage," featuring the 358 sportsman modifieds and open competition sprints. More details will be released next week. RON WERNER LINDSAY BARLOW Cape Henlopen High School football, hockey and soccer coaches ing players of the week for the Cape Gazette: JACK LINGO have selected the follow- FOOTBALL- Ron Werner just never lets up, according to his coach, George Glenn. "He busts his tail on every play," Glenn said. "In the Dover game he returned a fumble for a touchdown and also punted well during the game." Warner plays tackle on offense and defensive end on defense. HOCKEY- Goalie Lindsay Barlow stopped five shots in Cape's important 14} victory over a talented Dehnar team. Last week Barlow kept Sussex Central off the beard, forcing a score- less tie in a game cancelled in the second half due to bad weather. "Lindsay had some great saves against Delmar," said Coach Ruth Skoglnnd. 11at was a big win for us." SOCCER-Jack Lingo collected 12 saves in Cape's 2-1 loss to Indian River. "Jack has been playing great,  said Coach John Myers. "He's good for a few spectacular saves each game. We know with Jack back there that the score will be dose." Briefly Cape Takedown Club to meet Oct. 12 The Cape Takedown Club, a boosters organization for the Cape Henlopen High School wrestling program, will meet Tuesday, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the driver's education room of the high school. All par- ents of Cape District parents are invited to attend. Miniature golf tournament canceled Beebe Medical Center has announced that Coastal Golf's Miniature Golf Tournament, a fund-raiser for Beebe's Vision 2000, which was set for Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 11 and 12, has been canceled due to a lack of par- ticipants. Beebe officials said that the fund-raiser may be reset for May of June of next year. "For those of you who were looking forward to the tournament, we regret having to cancel and hope you will partic- ipate next spring," a spokesperson said. Prayer breakfast set Saturday in Seaford The 17th annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast, featuring former All-American football player, high school and college coach Joe Purzycki. will be held this Satur- day, Oct. 9, IJeginaiag at 8 a.m. at St. John's United Methodist Church, Pine Street in Seaford. Tickets for the breakfast cost $6 for adults, $4 for children age 12 and under. For more information and to reserve tickets, call Seaford City Hall at 629-9173. Hosted By: Elizabeth Gundry Hooper STEELE'S GUN SHOP BUY- HUm(;;REmNGTONcmuc ' " MuG mm of ftmt.feedingL, a(mh; RrP aifl:ngGokMnP,mBi ulmjtolet:. High Velocity WeekdayTs'" 10  HOORS: Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. venings- 7:10 p.m.-9 Slnday-17211oPonrnto I I::   [ I SPORTS, U'D. SELECTED HEAVYWEIGHT Evenings - 7:10 p.m. - 9 SWEATSHIRTS $ 29 ) reg. up to *6000 Largest dealer of of/00cially licensed college and professional athletic wear & accessories in Rehoboth Beach. First St. & Wilmington Ave. 227-7769 We're open Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday through October, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. We offer entertainment Friday, Saturday and Sunday and Happy Hour from 5 to 9 on Friday. HOT STEAMED CRABS!