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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Janwary3 anmry 9; 1997 New year a good time to begin a new fitness program Several years ago my running jersey and put together their sea- Cape track members finish up at Henlopen Conference with Coach partner Bob Porter helped me de- sign a ten week program which is designed to bring you from your LazyBoy recliner to a 5K-3.1 mile continuous jog in just under a three month period. The program only has you working out three days per week with a rest day always in-between, and two rest days following your third workout day. The program has been very successful locally with the mix of walking, jogging, stretching, and eating properly. Everyone talks about starting a New Year's resolution. Staying healthy with fitness should be at the top of everyone's list. Daily, or even weekly, exer- cise not only makes you look bet- ter, but it makes you feel a lot bet- ter too. Why not treat yourself to a new pair of running .shoes, a warm-up suit, and get started. If you are interested in the ten week program, which also comes with the ten golden rules that guide you through it, contact the Seashore Striders at 947-1772 and leave your address or see Bob Porter at the Grove Club on Tues- days at 6 p.m. in Rehoboth. Good Luck! A LOOK BACK TO 1996 January .... The Cape Track team of mine suffers the loss of our Coach and friend as Bill Deg- nan passed away from a deadly virus as we dedicated the emo- tional season to him...Jamie Hill wins the 50 meter hurdles and the 50 meter dash at the Salisbury In- vitational track meet. February... Cape indoor track runs to season bests at Tower Hill, while Bob Porter and the Grove Club enjoy Hot Chocholate with low fat marshmallows at their an- nual Ocean City boardwalk run and walk...The Cape indoor track team wears the letter "D" on their son best performance as they fin- ish up at the state championships led by Mark Marrin's second place in the pole Vault. March .The CR Half Marathon attracts several locals to the hilly course that hosts over 900 finishers...Seashore Strider Brittany Morris competes in the Azalea Trail 10K with 8,000 other Southerners and runs 46:09 for her first time at the distance:..Tbe second annualApril Fools Day run is held at Cape State Park on the new bike trail. April...The 100th running of the Boston Marathon attracts 38,000 runners led by Moses Tanui who averages 4:57 per mile for the 26.2 mile distance... Bridgeville's Glenn Collins runs 3:32:42...Lewes Physical Therapy holds its second annual 5K with Cindy Price leading the way on the women's side....Selbyville holds its Old Timers' Day 5K with another good crowd of 80 participants. May... The Grove Club cele- brates with a 100th anniversary fitness party by already attracting as many as 133 participants... Bob Portw photo Grove Club holds last run and walk of 1996 Members of the Grove Club gathered for their New Year's Eve Last Run and Walk of q)6 at Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach. Among them are (back row, l-r) Jan LoBiondo, Patrice Wolff, Joe LoBiondo, Doug Hicks and Doris Hicks; (middle row) Bob Porter, Jen Hicks, KeUy Wolff, Jennifer Wolff and Peter Martin; (front row) Matt Riggin, Gina D'Amico, Betsy Hicks, Chris Martin and Clare Nowakowski. Not shown is Gifford King. Grove Club members celebrated with Gatorade and cookies after their final workout of 1996. Club member Jen Hicks received her Grove sweatshirt for running at 40 Tuesday night sessions, while Clare Nowakowski received her Grove hat for participating in 10 sessions. Festival for Youth highlights include basketball game, softball clinic The Festival for Youth, spon- sored by the Boys and Girls Club of Western Sussex, will include a softball clinic by gold medalist Dionna Harris at 4 p.m., Thurs- day, Jan. 16 in Laurel High School. Tickets are $2. A celebrity basketball game and sports memorabilia auction is slat- ed for 6 p.m., Friday, Jan. 17, at Seaford High School, sponsored by Mellon Bank. The post game auction features extensive Yankee memorabilia and major league items. No one will be admitted without the $6 ticket. A sports and autograph show is slated for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Satur- day, Jan. 18 at Laurel High School, and tickets are $4. Combination tickets are $30 and available at the Boys and Girls Club, Seaford Police Depart- ment and Seaford Departmsnt of Parks and Recreation. For more information call 629-8740 or 628- 3789. Proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Western Sussex and other programs for youth. the state champion.ships with three titles in the girls' 400m relay, girls high jump, and the boys mile relay ...Jen Hicks wins Mike Snell 5K in 21:28...The Seashore Strider Championship Racing Series be- gins another season with the Masser 5 miler in Lewes. June... Construction workers called "the yin & yang of distance running" sandwich the Fathers Day 5Kas Jim Griffith (16:20) finishes first and Lyle Riggin (38:01) finishes last...For the first time in five years a group of lead runners forget to look down and travel the wrong way at the Grotto 5K, while Betsy Hicks catches morn to run a PR of 24:43...Anto- nio Jones-wins three events at the Hershey Track Meet, while for- mer indotr runner of mine Grace Krajewski carries the torch in At- lanta. July... Firecracker 5K brings out 243 participants with Terry Handy running 19:37 to win the Overall Female Title...Brian Davis and Sandy Kaupang capture Recreation Bialon...9 year olds Brennan Killeen and Kristin Burfch team up in the Biathlon... Elizabeth Pratt and Mgren Ford, along with eight other gals with former Seashore Strider ties go af- ter the District III Championship in All-Star softball. August... One of PA's finest in Mark Amway races to victory' in the Timeout Sports 5K in 16:32 ...Record Damn Mill 5K crowd of 181 turns out with Jeff Van Horn (15:34) outrunning Greg Cauller and Katie Kelly (19:15) outrun- ning Cindy Price to win Overall Championships...Jen Hicks and Matt Marowski win the Champi- onship Series. September... Greg Martini predicts only .7 of a second off to win annual Prediction 5K, while the top 17 predictors were under ten seconds...Cape freshman run- ner Jen Hicks finishes fourth at the Lake Forest Invitational in 21:01 to prove she can compete with the state's best...seventh graders Brittany Morris and John Hearn lead the Seashore Striders in the Junior High division...Cape May's Joe Link runs the Cork in 1:02, while Patrice Riggin finishes in 1:40. October .. Striders travel to the CYO Invitational in Wilming- ton and place 13 kids in the top ten ...Cole Pavlik wins the Deborah 5K...The Seawitch 5K attracts a field of 251 runners led by Dan Miller, Laura Perry, and the lip- smackingSeawitch: Brent Ayer... Cape Girls win County Meet by one point over Seaford...and I reach my one year wedding an- niversary. November ... The Cape girls cross country team captures the Pat Pollock being named Coach of the Year...The girls come back the next week to finish second to powerful Ursuline in Division II state action...The Striders qualify a record twenty athletes for the National Championships...A record crowd turns out for the Run for the Rose 5K in Rehoboth. December... Cape freshman Jen Hicks and Danielle Guerih are named to the All-State Cross Country Team with Hicks landing a spot on the first team and Guerin landing a spot on the third team...The Strider Youth Cross Country team competes at the Na- tional Championships led by the 5th place Bantam Girls team. The team places eight runners in the top fifty earning All-American status led by Evan Mock in 29th place. Matt Riggin leads the Midget Boys, while Betsy Hicks leads the Bantam Girls in team ac- tion...The Grove Club hosts spe- cial runs in Rehoboth n Christ- mas Eve and New Year's Eve. Happy New Year to All! 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