Cape Gazette

Sports Briefs

Nov 10, 2014

Central to host alumni soccer game Nov. 29

Sussex Central High School will host a special alumni soccer game Saturday, Nov. 29, at 5 p.m., in the school’s athletic stadium. All SCHS male soccer alumni are welcome to participate and play against the current boys' varsity team.

The event is free and open to the public.

There is a $10 registration fee for alumni players, and participants will each receive a T-shirt. To register or obtain more information, contact Kathleen Mooney at 302-381-2030 or

Sussex Central High School is at 26026 Patriots Way in Georgetown.

New forestland restricted from hunting

To ensure public safety, the Delaware Forest Service announces that 371 acres of newly acquired forestland at Redden State Forest is restricted from any and all forms of permitted hunting for the duration of the current 2014-15 season. In effect, these areas will function as safety zones until the surveyed boundaries are mapped and updated for inclusion on the current tract maps for Redden State Forest. This policy is in accordance with existing State Forest Regulations under the Delaware Code.

The announcement on the hunting restrictions, made in response to public inquiries about the status of the new properties, is based on the determination that forestry personnel will not be able to properly mark and delineate the correct boundaries of the new forestland and install proper signage during the course of an active hunting season.

Special Olympics seeks bowling coaches

Special Olympics Delaware seeks volunteer bowling coaches statewide for the upcoming season, which starts in early November and runs through mid-January. Practices are once a week (usually on the weekend) for two hours per week. Recreational or league bowling experience is required. Coaches' training is offered. Contact or 302-831-4653 for more information.

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