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t CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 127 , Stripers, stripers evetTwhere; sporting clays benefit Sunday Fishingreports from anglers have fish still being caught all over the Cape Region, according to the folks at Bill's Sport Shop. Stripers are here in good numbers, tog are biting and Bill's has even weighed in croakers which are usually gone by now. Bill's reports that Indian River Inlet was good to Don Hallacher who used Storm Lures to catch his limit of stripers weighing up to 16.3 pounds. Chuck Cook and Chris Bledsoe fished the inlet with eels and weighed in a pair of blues that weighed 16.45 pounds. Some bigger blues have shown up in the surf for anglers using cut bait. Ed Golden fished 3Rs and had seven blues weighing up to 9.70 pounds. Holly and Jeremy Williams used cut spot in the suds and caught blues up to four pounds. Bill's had just one report from the pier in Cape Henlopen State Park this week. Dennis Stralkowski and Ralph Rossi used shrimp and had rots of nice Croak ' er and a lO.4-pound rockfish fish- ing over the rail'. Delaware Bay is still the fa- vored destination for striper an- glers using eels and spot, although the spot are gone from the area and the supply at local tackle shops has been exhausted. Roger Yates fished Overfalls and weighed in a 18.35 and a 13.9-pound fish. Fred Tucker also hit the rips at Overfalls and nailed OUTDOORS Steve Hoenigmann one 36-inch fish weighing 17.25 pounds. Nick Trampos, Rich Harpel and Pat Clymer fished aboard one of the area head boats and all had keeper stripers. Dan Cavaliered used eels to catch a 23.65-pounder. Keith Gilmer brought a 21.05-pound fish to the scales that was also: caught at:the 8 buoys on eels. Dan Givens hit Delaware Bay and caught a 17.35-pound striper and then moved to the Outer Wall and caught tog to 4.65 pounds. Glenn Davis and friends fished the bay and had a 10-pound blue; moved to the wall and caught 12 tog with eight being in the 4- to 6-pound range. Greg and Jack Weer fished the outer wall for striper and boat- ed a 14.60 and a 9.60 pound fish, respectively, also on eels. Captain Dennis Pick of Fin-Fitz Charters reports that his charters have been catching more and more stripers in the inlet and the number of keeper-sized fish has also increased. Dennis' parties have been using live eels and white bucktails to catch the larger fish. The shad have shown up and Pick reports that they can be caught two at a time on Spec Rigs or a fly. SPORTING CLAYS BENE- FIT - The third annual Sporting Clay Shoot and Lunch to benefit the Dr. Christopher S. Herring Scholarship Fund will be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21 at Owens Station Range in Green- wood. Entrance fee is $50 for shooters. Event includes food, beverages and a 50150 raffle. For non-shooters, a lunch-only dona- tion is $8. A Chinese auction will feature artwork, a fishing trip, hunting gear and much more. The Christopher S. Herring Scholarship is awarded annually to a Delmarva student attending Palmer College Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. The scholarship is named for the late Lewes chiro- practor Dr. Christopher Herring, a Palmer graduate who was an avid sportsman and conservationist. For more information about the shoot, including directions, call Owens Station Range at 302-349- 4334. Tickets for SepE,00mber races on sale Nov. 22 Race fans get ready - tickets to the September 23- 25, 2005 NASCAR tripleheader at Dover Interna- tional Speedway go on sale Monday, Nov. 22: Tick- ets for the June 3-5, 2005 race weekend are currently on sale. By ordering early, fans have more choices. Improved seat selection, ticket availability in most price ranges, and the ability to purchase blocks of tickets to keep your group together are among the reasons to call now. Tickets will be available after midnight on Nov. 22 at, or at the Dover International Speedway ticket of- fice at 800-441-RACE at 8 a.m. The Sunday, Sept, 25 MBNA 400 NASCAR NEX- TEL Cup Series race at the Monster Mile will again be part of the chase for the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup as the second of the final ten races. The result of the race in Dover will again play a role in deciding the 2005 champion. On Saturday, Sept. 24, the NASCAR Busch Series returns to the Monster Mile, and always provides ex- citing NASCAR action. Friday, Sept. 23, will feature the MBNA 150 NASCAR Busch North Series race and their unique brand of physical racing and com- petitive finishes. All new for 2005 at the Monster Mile is a new menu of pricing options. The new plan keeps many of the 140,000 seats at prices consistent with the 2004 season, while several price were actually re- duced. Under the new structure, Dover is making several thousand seats available at a new starting price of just $55. "Over the years, the track has experienced tremen- dous growth. We felt it was time to take a step back and evaluate every single seat to develop a better se- lection of pricing options for our fans to choose from, " said Mark Rossi, vice president of sales and marketing. "'We believe the new plan offers our fans and hos- pitality partners at Dover International Speedway more options." Dover International Speedway offers a long list of ticket options for fans, including special 3-day ticket packages, all-inclusive hospitality packages, early- buy discounts and a variety of payment plans. Cape's All-C0nf00,,rence selections announced Cape Henlopen All-Conference selections from ond team selections include Andreas Skytt, Nick AI- field hockey include first team members Amanda banese and Bo Pratt. Honorable mention honors Haxton and Lisa Williams for offense, midfielder went to Travis Dorman. Danielle Renken, And Jackie Warren and Laura McI1- Cape Henlopen All-Conference selections for boys vain for defense. All five athletes were first team se- cross country include first team members Andrew lections last year. Named to second team were Sam Rogan and Evan Mock. Second team selections in- Coveleski on offense, Laura Olenderski for midfield cludes Rory Rogan and Alex Makowski. For the and Lauren Willey on defense. Goalie Ellery Math- girls, Jenn Betts was named to the fist team while ews received honorable mention. Rebecca Riedel was named to the second team. Cape Henlopen All-Conference selections for soc- For football, the first team All-Confrence selection cer include first team members Tom Grogan, Bren- was Joey Tabler, while Cody Smith, Stefan Fitzger- dan Wade, Nat Gaffney, Mike Shook (all are juniors aid and Kyle King were named to the second team. who are returning next year) and Steve Fabian. Sec- Honorable mention honors went to Shane Jensen. Photo courtesy of Bill's Sport Shop Striper are in abundance in the Cape Region. Just ask Pat Clymer who hooked this 8.55-pound beauty while fishing at the 8 buoys using eels. FIRST STATE BORDER PATROL "'Let Our Borders Protect Your Borders "" Goose Control Service Agricultural Commercial Residential Howard Gaines Ill 1948 Hopkins Cemetery Road Harrington, Delaware 19952 302-398-0185 G;22 **" New Showroom! Heating Oil, Kerosene, & Propane Gas f'treplaees Heating and Cooling equipment Grills Easy Payment Plans pENtNSULA 359 Longneck Rd, Millsboro DE 945-9570 t CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 127 , Stripers, stripers evetTwhere; sporting clays benefit Sunday Fishingreports from anglers have fish still being caught all over the Cape Region, according to the folks at Bill's Sport Shop. Stripers are here in good numbers, tog are biting and Bill's has even weighed in croakers which are usually gone by now. Bill's reports that Indian River Inlet was good to Don Hallacher who used Storm Lures to catch his limit of stripers weighing up to 16.3 pounds. Chuck Cook and Chris Bledsoe fished the inlet with eels and weighed in a pair of blues that weighed 16.45 pounds. Some bigger blues have shown up in the surf for anglers using cut bait. Ed Golden fished 3Rs and had seven blues weighing up to 9.70 pounds. Holly and Jeremy Williams used cut spot in the suds and caught blues up to four pounds. Bill's had just one report from the pier in Cape Henlopen State Park this week. Dennis Stralkowski and Ralph Rossi used shrimp and had rots of nice Croak ' er and a lO.4-pound rockfish fish- ing over the rail'. Delaware Bay is still the fa- vored destination for striper an- glers using eels and spot, although the spot are gone from the area and the supply at local tackle shops has been exhausted. Roger Yates fished Overfalls and weighed in a 18.35 and a 13.9-pound fish. Fred Tucker also hit the rips at Overfalls and nailed OUTDOORS Steve Hoenigmann one 36-inch fish weighing 17.25 pounds. Nick Trampos, Rich Harpel and Pat Clymer fished aboard one of the area head boats and all had keeper stripers. Dan Cavaliered used eels to catch a 23.65-pounder. Keith Gilmer brought a 21.05-pound fish to the scales that was also: caught at:the 8 buoys on eels. Dan Givens hit Delaware Bay and caught a 17.35-pound striper and then moved to the Outer Wall and caught tog to 4.65 pounds. Glenn Davis and friends fished the bay and had a 10-pound blue; moved to the wall and caught 12 tog with eight being in the 4- to 6-pound range. Greg and Jack Weer fished the outer wall for striper and boat- ed a 14.60 and a 9.60 pound fish, respectively, also on eels. Captain Dennis Pick of Fin-Fitz Charters reports that his charters have been catching more and more stripers in the inlet and the number of keeper-sized fish has also increased. Dennis' parties have been using live eels and white bucktails to catch the larger fish. The shad have shown up and Pick reports that they can be caught two at a time on Spec Rigs or a fly. SPORTING CLAYS BENE- FIT - The third annual Sporting Clay Shoot and Lunch to benefit the Dr. Christopher S. Herring Scholarship Fund will be held 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21 at Owens Station Range in Green- wood. Entrance fee is $50 for shooters. Event includes food, beverages and a 50150 raffle. For non-shooters, a lunch-only dona- tion is $8. A Chinese auction will feature artwork, a fishing trip, hunting gear and much more. The Christopher S. Herring Scholarship is awarded annually to a Delmarva student attending Palmer College Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. The scholarship is named for the late Lewes chiro- practor Dr. Christopher Herring, a Palmer graduate who was an avid sportsman and conservationist. For more information about the shoot, including directions, call Owens Station Range at 302-349- 4334. Tickets for SepE,00mber races on sale Nov. 22 Race fans get ready - tickets to the September 23- 25, 2005 NASCAR tripleheader at Dover Interna- tional Speedway go on sale Monday, Nov. 22: Tick- ets for the June 3-5, 2005 race weekend are currently on sale. By ordering early, fans have more choices. Improved seat selection, ticket availability in most price ranges, and the ability to purchase blocks of tickets to keep your group together are among the reasons to call now. Tickets will be available after midnight on Nov. 22 at, or at the Dover International Speedway ticket of- fice at 800-441-RACE at 8 a.m. The Sunday, Sept, 25 MBNA 400 NASCAR NEX- TEL Cup Series race at the Monster Mile will again be part of the chase for the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup as the second of the final ten races. The result of the race in Dover will again play a role in deciding the 2005 champion. On Saturday, Sept. 24, the NASCAR Busch Series returns to the Monster Mile, and always provides ex- citing NASCAR action. Friday, Sept. 23, will feature the MBNA 150 NASCAR Busch North Series race and their unique brand of physical racing and com- petitive finishes. All new for 2005 at the Monster Mile is a new menu of pricing options. The new plan keeps many of the 140,000 seats at prices consistent with the 2004 season, while several price were actually re- duced. Under the new structure, Dover is making several thousand seats available at a new starting price of just $55. "Over the years, the track has experienced tremen- dous growth. We felt it was time to take a step back and evaluate every single seat to develop a better se- lection of pricing options for our fans to choose from, " said Mark Rossi, vice president of sales and marketing. "'We believe the new plan offers our fans and hos- pitality partners at Dover International Speedway more options." Dover International Speedway offers a long list of ticket options for fans, including special 3-day ticket packages, all-inclusive hospitality packages, early- buy discounts and a variety of payment plans. Cape's All-C0nf00,,rence selections announced Cape Henlopen All-Conference selections from ond team selections include Andreas Skytt, Nick AI- field hockey include first team members Amanda banese and Bo Pratt. Honorable mention honors Haxton and Lisa Williams for offense, midfielder went to Travis Dorman. Danielle Renken, And Jackie Warren and Laura McI1- Cape Henlopen All-Conference selections for boys vain for defense. All five athletes were first team se- cross country include first team members Andrew lections last year. Named to second team were Sam Rogan and Evan Mock. Second team selections in- Coveleski on offense, Laura Olenderski for midfield cludes Rory Rogan and Alex Makowski. For the and Lauren Willey on defense. Goalie Ellery Math- girls, Jenn Betts was named to the fist team while ews received honorable mention. Rebecca Riedel was named to the second team. Cape Henlopen All-Conference selections for soc- For football, the first team All-Confrence selection cer include first team members Tom Grogan, Bren- was Joey Tabler, while Cody Smith, Stefan Fitzger- dan Wade, Nat Gaffney, Mike Shook (all are juniors aid and Kyle King were named to the second team. who are returning next year) and Steve Fabian. Sec- Honorable mention honors went to Shane Jensen. Photo courtesy of Bill's Sport Shop Striper are in abundance in the Cape Region. Just ask Pat Clymer who hooked this 8.55-pound beauty while fishing at the 8 buoys using eels. FIRST STATE BORDER PATROL "'Let Our Borders Protect Your Borders "" Goose Control Service Agricultural Commercial Residential Howard Gaines Ill 1948 Hopkins Cemetery Road Harrington, Delaware 19952 302-398-0185 G;22 **" New Showroom! Heating Oil, Kerosene, & Propane Gas f'treplaees Heating and Cooling equipment Grills Easy Payment Plans pENtNSULA 359 Longneck Rd, Millsboro DE 945-9570