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: 74, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3 - MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 2014 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette nn rln in By Nick Roth Four hundred thirty-five run- ners turned out for the first road races of 2014 in a chilly Bethany B ch on New Year's Day. The HEir of the Dog 5K and 10K events took runners through the under-construction downtown of Bethany and out to Route 1 before finishing on the mile-long boardwalk. Claiming the first crown of 2014 was 17-year-old Kyle ]ones from Newark, who completed the 10K course faster than 110 other competitors, in 39:03. He was quickly followed by Reza Mahbod, 41, of Bethesda, Md in 39:30. Helen Morrow, 43, of Millsbor0, was the first woman to cross the finish line and sixth overall in a time of 46:58. The 5K was won by a pair of 16-year-old Bethany Beach boys. Mikey Singer and Andrew Mi- chelson clocked times of 17:39.0 and 17:39.5 to finish in a virtual tie. The Top 5 was dominated by youngsters, as 17-year-old lake Fishkin, H-year-old Blake Hund- ley and 16-year-old Dylan Orrell were the next runners to finish the 5K race. Katie Dicker son, 34, of West Chester, Pa was the first female runner to finish, with a time of 19:26. YOUNGSTERS LEAD THE WAY as runners jump off the starting line at the Hair of the Dog NICK ROTH PHOTOS 5K in Bethany Beach Jan. 1. John Castello and his furry friend race Katie Hair of the Dog 5K in Bethany Beach Jan. 1. Dickerson to the finish line in the Mardiny Ung of Elizabethtown, Pa thanks her supporters as she corn- Kyle Jones, petes in the 1OK race through the streets of Bethany Beach. 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