Sports Briefs for the week of July 30:



Football cheerleading registration Aug. 1
Weekly Wild Quail game goes to Cox, Carlson
Wild Quail, Maple Dale 9-holers team for weekly game
Parks and recreation to host volleyball camps
Yost takes first at golf event
Maple Dale 18-holers weekly results
Nemours 5K run/walk at the fair results
Blue Hens select baseball team tryouts

Football cheerleading registration Aug. 1

    The Caesar Rodney-Dover Athletic Club is holding registration for flag and tackle football players and cheerleaders from 7 to 8 p.m. Mondays through Fridays in August beginning Aug. 1, at Nemith Field, next to the Camden-Wyoming Little League complex.

    Flag football is for children ages 5 to 10 with no weight requirements, while tackle football for the Midget Junior program is for children ages 10 to 13 that weight between 85 and 135 pounds.

    No eligible participant is turned away as the league forms as many teams as necessary to accommodate all youths.

    The registration fee is $40, which includes a trophy at the end of the season.

    For more information, call 697-7647.

Weekly Wild Quail game goes to Cox, Carlson

    The Wild Quail 18-hole ladies participated in a Counting the Nine Hardest Holes Using Half the Handicap game July 22, at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club, Camden.

    The winners in the first flight were: Sue Cox, first; Karen Kitchen, second; and Anne Lanovara, third.

    The winners in the second flight were: Lou Ann Carlson, first; Joan Shuba, second; and Kathy Bell, third.

Wild Quail, Maple Dale 9-holers team for weekly game

    The Wild Quail and Maple Dale 9-holers teamed up to play in a 1-2-3 tournament July 24, at Maple Dale Country Club, Dover.

    The low gross winners were Pat Sterling of Wild Quail and Marie Hutton of Maple Dale. The low net winners were Joan Peel and Sue Lovino of Wild Quail, and Jean Hitchens and Marie Hutton of Maple Dale.

    A return match at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 19.

Parks and recreation to host volleyball camps

    The city of Dover Parks and Recreation department is hosting two volleyball camps from Monday, Aug. 4 to Friday, Aug. 8, at the John W. Pitts Recreation Center, Dover.

    The first, an instructional camp for children ages 6 to 12, will be from 9 a.m. to noon. Participants will be introduced the basic skills and techniques of volleyball, learn proper techniques of passing, setting and serving, and be taught other basic fundamentals. The activity fee is $40.

    The second, an advanced camp for ages 13 to 18, will be from 1 to 5 p.m. and will reinforce proper technique and footwork, and introduce advanced drills and skills to the experienced player. The camp will work on defense, offense, passing, spike approach, spiking, blocking footwork, blocking and other items. There will be team scrimmaging on Friday. The activity fee is $65.

    For more information, call 736-7050 or visit www.cityofdover.com.

Yost takes first at golf event

    The Jonathan’s Landing Ladies participated in a Low Net game July 23, at Jonathan’s Landing Golf Course, Magnolia.

    The winners were: Nancy Yost, first flight; Barb Miller, second flight; and Terry Dupuis, third flight.

Maple Dale 18-holers weekly results

    The Maple Dale 18-holers participated in a Low Putts tournament July 22, at Maple Dale Country Club, Dover.

    The winners were: Kathy Gesualdo, A Flight; Nancy Woodward, first place B Flight; Martha Lord and Claudia Young, tied for second in B Flight; and Maud Willim, C Flight.

Nemours 5K run/walk at the fair results

    The Nemours Health & Prevention Services 5K Run/Walk at the Fair was held July 26, at the Delaware State Fair, Harrington.

    The winners were: Overall: Clare Perry, 18:24, male; and Nicole Delaubenfels, 24:23, female.

    Fourteen and younger: Joseph Tegtmeier Jr., 23:18, first; Brandon Yearick, 25:52, second; and Bryan Perry, 29:51, third for males; and Kailey Perry, 30:02, first; Natalie Glascock, 35:53, second; and Emily Perry, 35:55, third for females.

    Fifteen to 19: Jimmy Simons, 20:31, first; Seth Hastings, 21:51, second; and Jeff Sullivan, 21:55, third for males; and Rachel Lins, 30:09, first; Alissa Elliott, 30:28, second; and Faith McCoy, 30:56, third for females.

    Twenty to 29: Daniel Hamilton, 23:17, first; Steven Heyd, 23:26, second; and Chris Marker, 23:35 for males; and Sara Hopkins, 30:44, first; Jennifer Sobanya, 31:08, second; and Molly Heyd, third for females.

    Thirty to 39: Eric Payne, 18:52, first; Czar Bloom, 20:21, second; and Greg Massey, 22:43, third for males; and Shelly Bloom, 30:31, first; Tina Hurley, 30:41, second; and Micheale Lessard, 30:50, third for females.

    Forty to 49: David Cabrera, 19:45, first; Ed Hood, 20:23, second; and Chris Ford, 20:51, third for males; and Marcie Simons, 31:11, first; Kathy Gallagher, 31:25, second; and Janice Parsons, 31:48, third for females.

    Fifty to 59: Michael Paul, 22:52, first; Michael Wheatley, 24:08, second; and Jose Lukecart, 24:27, third for males; and Louise Holt, 34:59; and Diana Woodward, 41:06, second for females.

    Sixty and older: Timothy Butler, 30:53, first for males.

    Walkers: Bradley Lane, 32:58, first; Terry Woodward, 48:06, second; and Bill Dernberger, 49:57, third for males; and Laura Gondeck, 38:43, first; Jessica Gondeck, 39:11, second; and Vicky Mallet, 43:43, third for females.

Blue Hens select baseball team tryouts

    The Delaware Blue Hens select baseball team will host tryouts Saturdays, Aug. 9 and 16, at Sports at the Beach, 22326 Gravel Hill Road, Georgetown.

    Tryouts for players 10 and 11 years old will be from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Players that are 12 and 13 years old will tryout from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    The team is open to any Delaware resident that wishes to tryout.

    For more information, call Brian Deleon at 302-745-9412 or email swift153@mchsi.com.