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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19, December 25, 1997 - 77 Go .rma.n, Pavlik win titles at Milford Invitational; several Cape wrestlers place By Mary Beaman 'q'hree Cape wrestlers make fi- nals at tourney" read last week's wrestling headline. This time "A Repeat," best. describes the Viking' s finish at Milford High School's two-day Invitational Tournament, held Dec. 12 and 13. The 0nly twist to this story is that Cape's threesome found some measure of Success along with a happier ending. Straughn Gorman, 112, contin- ued his winning ways and would not be denied on this outing. After executing a late third-period re- versal, followed by a near fall dur- ing the waning seconds of the semifinal match, Gorman turned a 5-3 deficit into an 8-5 decision against his William Penn oppo- nent, Harry Kettner. Then Gor- man, scoring early in the finals with a takedown followed by back points, nursed his lead into a 5-2 victory for the championship over his A.I. Dupont adversary, Brett Groves. Theron Pavlik, 189, was on cruise control in the early round until he met his counterpart, Nansemond River (Va.) High School's Derrick Hill, during the semifinal round event. Pavlik, be- hind in points deep in the third pe- riod, and in the top position, snatched victory with a three- point near fall, winning 9-7. It was a different situation, however, during the finals as Pavlik con- trolled the entire match from the outset, topping his opponent Brad Simpers from Delcastle High 14-6 for the first-place finish. Mary Beaman photo Cape's Straughn Gorman won his Milford Invitational championship at the 112-pound class with a 5-2 victory over Bret Groves of Delcastle. Gorman is shown here trying to pin Groves. Team captain Matt Martin, 152, lost a heartbreaker in the finals. Martin, leading by one point in the last 30 seconds of the match, al- lowed his rivalT Bill Pressley from Smyrna, to escape and score the winning takedown. Martin lost the duel 8-6. Cape advanced only one wrestler into the consolation fi- nals. Zac Sieber, 103, after losing a close decision to his Sussex Central opponent, James Leyh, in the semifinals, wrestled back con- vincingly to gain entry into the fi- nals to vie for third place. Sieber, however, eventually lost to his Smyrna competitor, Anthony Di- mattia, 8-0. Despite the tempo- rary loss of its team anchor, heavyweight Matt Graviet, from an ankle injury, the Vikings over- all had a respectable showing at the tournament. Powerhouse William Penn High School ad- vanced seven into the finals. Cape, Smyrna, Sussex Central and Dover each had three finalists, while Milford High placed one. Individual records for thetwo- day tournament were as follows: Zac Sieber, 4-2, fourth place; Straughn Gorman, 4-0, first place; Clint Haxton, 1-2; Adam Cayer, 1-2; Damian Spicer, 0-2; John Bushey, 2-2; David Redard, 1-2; Matt Martin, 2-1, second place; Kyle Inman, 2-2; Kevin Murphy 1-2; Theron Pavlik, 4-0, first place; and Lawrence Denny, 0-2. Cape will be in action Monday, Dec. 22, against Dover at Univer- sity of Delaware in Newark, at 7. p.m. I Drawing 1;0 6 PC. Combination 088 -'-"o O WPench Set SAE or metric combo wrenches. Drop-forged steel. 25774, 25775 i A00CE:00 24 Piece Socket & !i!v;:bclkertt.Clhets 1 lo0 e d •  Phillips altsO06120. 99 .. 's"  =t300 Video Tapes "= 3" Quality video tapes for all your 6"rDK recording needs. 4/pack, 120 minutes recording time per tape. 6014765 Angle Moon photo Boys division first-place winner Baptiste Buchier, Bethany Beach, competes in the surf-off. Ho-Ho Surf-off held in chest-high waves on Dec. 13 The results are in from the Delaware Eastern Surfing Associ- ation's Ho-Ho Surf-off, in which surfers braved chest-high waves and a water temperature of 50 F. The following is a list of the winners in each category: • Boys Bodyboard - !. Baptiste Buchler, Bethany; 2. Quin Revel, Frankford; 3. Sean Donovan, Lewes. • Jr. Bodyboard - 1. Colin Her- lihy, Bethany; 2. Shawn Ehmcke, Bethany; 3. Andrew McBride, Frankford; 4. Chris Araya, Ocean View. • Sr. Bodyboard - 1. Bill Blatzheim, Bethany; 2. Mark Hickman, Bethany; 3. Andrew Gi- taitis, Rehoboth. • Boys Longboard - 1. Ryan Walsh, Frankford. • Masters Longboard - I. Wall Abrams, Seaford; 2. Jeff Isaacs, Rehoboth. • Sr. Longboard - 1. Jack Pow- ell, Ocean View; 2. Gary Revel, Frankford. • Menehune -1. Ryan Walsh, Frankford. • Boys - 1. Baptiste Buchler, Bethany; 2. Quin Revel, Frank- ford; 3. Nate Williams, Lewes. • Jr. Men - 1. Shawn Ehmcke,- Bethany. • Men - 1. Mark Harrell, Ocean City, Md.; 2. Neil Brosnahan, Pittsville; 3. Gary Hughes, Georgetown; 4. Brandon Nolte, Fruitland, Md. • Masters - l. Keith White, Fenwick; 2. Jonathan Griffith, Dewey Beach; 3. Jeff Isaacs, Re- hoboth; 4. Dave Bernardo, Wilm- ington; 5. Edwin Smith, Marydel. • Grand Masters - 1. Gary Revel, Frankford; 2. Jack Powell, Ocean View. • Sr. Men - I. Will Durkee, Re- hoboth. • Open Surfing- 1. Mark Hat- tell, Ocean City, Md.; 2. Jeff Isaacs, Rehoboth; 3. Neil Brosna- han, Pittsville; 4. Edwin Smith, Marydel; 5. Keith White, Fen- wick. • Open Longboard - 1. Jeff Isaacs, Rehoboth; 2. Wally Abrams, Seaford. i i i,:i ........ [ r -i r  ! .... ,rI T I I1