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50 - CAPE GAZETTE, Fi'iday, DeCember 11- December 17, i998 nk becontested at this year's touma- Slam Du shootout.mentt g0along withthe Sunda);. ....  ........  i ............ There is the May0r's Cup Continued from page 4:'/ ' : ..... (CaieS bracket) and Governor's who finished 27-2 last season, and Trophy (Indian River) as well as Good Counsel of Wheaton, Md. the Delaware Challenge Cup who finished last season 22-7. Lo- cal favorite Rice, from Manhattan, N.Y., returns to The Slam ranked 14 in the nation coming off a 22-4 mark last season. Rice returns mercurial point guard Kenny Sat- terfield, Satterfield is ranked as one of the top 25 players in the country. Other top 25 players visiting The Slam include Jason Williams of St. Joseph's in Metuchen, N.J. and Jonathan Bender, a 6'11" player from Picayune. Miss. There are six championships to (Caesar Rodney). The Power Se- ries brings in Gonzaga while the Tip-Off Classic features Brighton from Utah. The big boy bracket - The Slam Dunk - features nationally ranked Lower Richland and Good Coun- sel but expect Baltimore Dunbar or Rice in the finals. Season tickets are $55 dollars for all 44 games or $20 dollars for each day, if available. Call the Slam Dunk Ticket Hot- line Office at 302-734-SLAM for tickets or information.. All-Stars Continued from page 47 NATION'S TOP 50 SE- NIORS: 6'8" forward Andrew Sullivan, St. Augustine High School, Richland, N.J.; 6'3" guard Roger Mason, Good Counsel High School, Wheaton, Md.; 6'3, guard DeShaun Williams, Patter- son Catholic High School, Patter- son, N.J.; 6'3" guard Tony Rober- ston, St. Andrew's High School, Barrington, R.I.; 6'2" guard Courtney Fields, Rice High School, Manhattan, N.Y.; 6'5" forward, David Sykes, Dun- canville High School, Dun- canville, Texas. NATION'S TOP 100 SE- NIORS: 6' 10" center Tahj Hold- en, Red Bank Regional High School, Little Silver, N.J.; 6'2" guard Jon Higgins, Shaker Heights High School, Shaker Heights, Ohio; 6'6" forward Brooks Hall, Troy High School, Troy, N.Y.; 6'8" forward Rodney White, Newport School, Kensing- ton, Md. NATION'S TOP 25 JU- NIORS: 6' 10" center Andrew Zahn, Redondo Union High School, Redondo Beach, Cal.; 5'7" guard Andre Barrett, Rice High School, Manhattan, N.Y.; Angle Moon photo Those fans looking for a strong dose of basketball will have a chance to see some of the best high school hoops played in the country at this year's Slam Dunk tourney. Dribble Drool Proud sponsor of Slam Dunk to the hath