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126 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Noy. 19, Nov. 22, 2004 Mitchell second on all-time win list Trey Mitchell moved to sec- ond on the Rehoboth Beach Wrestling Club's (RBWC) all- time win list, notching career victory No. 326 at the Boiling Springs (Pa.) Wrestling Tour- nament last weekend. Mitchell finished third in the 70-pound weight class. He won an 11-1 major deci- sionover Andrew Mellott of Boiling Springs to move past Brandon Hazel on the RBWC win Hst and now sits behind all-time wins leader Connor McDonald. I Cape hoop team to host tri-scrimmage The Cape Henlopen boys bas- ketball team will host a tri-scrim- mage on Saturday, Nov. 20. The first games begin at 9 a.m. with teams from Glasgow and North Caroline (Md.) participating. Varsity contests will take place in the main gym, while junior var- sity games will take place at the Ninth Grade Campus. The team will also hold a fundraiser at the high school dur- ing the scrimmage, selling baked or fried chicken dinners from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The meals cost $7.50 and include two sides. For information or to purchase a meal ticket, call 381-2193 or see head coach Dwight Tingle. Indoor lacrosse for youth starts Dec. 6 Southern Delaware Indoor Lacrosse will open its indoor lacrosse season Monday, Dec. 6, in the gym at Cape Henlopen's Ninth Grade Campus. The cost is $50 to participate. Grades 3 through 5 will play from 5:30 to 6:20 p.m.; grades 6 to 8 will play from 6:30 to 7:20; and the high school division will play game one from 7:30 to 8:20 p.m. and game two from 8:30 to 9:20 p.m. Enrollment is limited and will ! granted on a first come, fh'st served basis. Players must use short sticks and must provide their own equipment. For more information, call Mark D'Amlagi at 542-2425. #13 Sugar-DSH-6mos.- female-calico-sweet #195 Mandy- Terrier/Spaniel mix-lyr-female-red/white- crate trained & spayed #104 Misty- Labrador mix- 3yr-female-black/tan-great #16 Dixie-DSH-4Mos. female, Torti-nice #127 Rusty- Labrador mix- 2yr.-male-brindle-friendly #18 Calvin- DSH-4yr.. male-grey-neutered i MANY IT MS ON A NO ! YANKEE CANDLE FRAGRANCE OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER CRANBERRY CHUTNEY 150/0 OFF check out our great selection of Frameology, Windchimes, Crystals, Suncatchers, Candle Accessories and much, much more! AMY BROWN FAIRY IT M IN STO K NOW! 115 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-529O OPEN DAILY Expires 11/30/04 --T'F "-"F .... Imilii]mnmilimT " I TV I ':l [: ,,,m -T-"rT'"'rrT1TrrTT"mlram, uu, ................. ................ ....... ...........  T ....... "r-- r ": ......... 126 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Noy. 19, Nov. 22, 2004 Mitchell second on all-time win list Trey Mitchell moved to sec- ond on the Rehoboth Beach Wrestling Club's (RBWC) all- time win list, notching career victory No. 326 at the Boiling Springs (Pa.) Wrestling Tour- nament last weekend. Mitchell finished third in the 70-pound weight class. He won an 11-1 major deci- sionover Andrew Mellott of Boiling Springs to move past Brandon Hazel on the RBWC win Hst and now sits behind all-time wins leader Connor McDonald. I Cape hoop team to host tri-scrimmage The Cape Henlopen boys bas- ketball team will host a tri-scrim- mage on Saturday, Nov. 20. The first games begin at 9 a.m. with teams from Glasgow and North Caroline (Md.) participating. Varsity contests will take place in the main gym, while junior var- sity games will take place at the Ninth Grade Campus. The team will also hold a fundraiser at the high school dur- ing the scrimmage, selling baked or fried chicken dinners from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The meals cost $7.50 and include two sides. For information or to purchase a meal ticket, call 381-2193 or see head coach Dwight Tingle. Indoor lacrosse for youth starts Dec. 6 Southern Delaware Indoor Lacrosse will open its indoor lacrosse season Monday, Dec. 6, in the gym at Cape Henlopen's Ninth Grade Campus. The cost is $50 to participate. Grades 3 through 5 will play from 5:30 to 6:20 p.m.; grades 6 to 8 will play from 6:30 to 7:20; and the high school division will play game one from 7:30 to 8:20 p.m. and game two from 8:30 to 9:20 p.m. Enrollment is limited and will ! granted on a first come, fh'st served basis. Players must use short sticks and must provide their own equipment. For more information, call Mark D'Amlagi at 542-2425. #13 Sugar-DSH-6mos.- female-calico-sweet #195 Mandy- Terrier/Spaniel mix-lyr-female-red/white- crate trained & spayed #104 Misty- Labrador mix- 3yr-female-black/tan-great #16 Dixie-DSH-4Mos. female, Torti-nice #127 Rusty- Labrador mix- 2yr.-male-brindle-friendly #18 Calvin- DSH-4yr.. male-grey-neutered i MANY IT MS ON A NO ! YANKEE CANDLE FRAGRANCE OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER CRANBERRY CHUTNEY 150/0 OFF check out our great selection of Frameology, Windchimes, Crystals, Suncatchers, Candle Accessories and much, much more! AMY BROWN FAIRY IT M IN STO K NOW! 115 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-529O OPEN DAILY Expires 11/30/04 --T'F "-"F .... Imilii]mnmilimT " I TV I ':l [: ,,,m -T-"rT'"'rrT1TrrTT"mlram, uu, ................. ................ ....... ...........  T ....... "r-- r ": .........