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! FRIDAY. MARCH :2 - MONDAY. MARCH 5, 2012 SPORTS & OUTDOORS Cape Gazette @ ehoboth Beach's Holly Smith, formerly Holly Wilson, a standout prep runner from Lake Forest High School in Fel- ton, recently captured what may be one of the biggest wins of her running career. Smith, 27, won the Anheuser-Busch Colo- iiial Half-Marathon in Williamsburg, Va., last week- end, finishing 61st overall in 1:29:55. lust three places and only seven seconds back was Arling- toffs Gabrielle Names in 1:30:02 in a close second place. There were 757 finishers in the 33rd annual event. It was the first half-marathon win for Smith, who ran last year's Boston Marathon in 3:28. Smith will compete in the B ston Marathon again this year in April with a goal of 3:05 in her sights. "I know what Boston is like now, and I know the course and the hills, so I am really looking forward to racing well," said Smith, who trains under my buddy Kevin Danahy of Tri- Coach. Smith, who logged 80- plus miles per week in her base stage, has leveled off to about 60 miles per week. Smith has run four marathons and has a personal best of 3:24 from the 2008 Re- hoboth Marathon, which was her first try at the 26.2-mile distance. Lynn Knothe of Wilmington finished sixth overall in 1:34:07, while Lance Fargo of Ocean View was ninth in the 5K in 20:13. Greg Cauller of York, Pa., a frequent racer in Rehoboth Beach, was first in the 50-54 age group in 1:21:20 in the half- marathon. Mud Run Fun Update Sixty-seven team members are registered for the April Quest Fitness Mud Run in male, female and coed divi- sions, and it will be closed at 300 team participants. This year's race will also fea- ture a competitive male and fe- male individual division with awards to the top three in each age category as well as a mini- mudder 12 & Under division in which we already have five brave youngsters entered. The distance of the event is approximately 3.49 miles with plenty of challenges to keep you awake throughout the fun course. Start looking for the old running shoes now - a pair that you may not need to take home! Seashore Classic Half-Marathon scheduled for April The Third Annual Seashore Classic, a half-marathon event, and a 5K run featuring a relay division will be held at 8 a.m., Sunday, April 15, starting and finishing from Irish Eyes in Lewes. The course will travel toward Cape Hen]open State Park and loop the park before returning to Lewes and taking in Cedar Avenue before making its way back to the Irish Eyes location. Preregistration packet pickup will be held from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, April 14, at Irish Eyes. Proceeds from this event will benefit local charities. For more information, visit Track & field is here for Beacon, Mariner and Cape High Gilbert Maul] and I will again lead the Beacon track & field team; we currently have 96 ath- letes signed up to participate in the program. After week one, many find out that track & field is a sport where one must run, jump, throw or sprint and not just a sport that lets an athlete hide on the bench or behind a starter. The great thing about this sport is that everyone partici- pates, and although it is a team sport, it is also very much you against the watch or you against the tape measure when practicing and competing. As a coach, I try to base the success of the program on how much the athletes improve from the beginning to the end of the sea- son. If I can get athletes in the correct events where they can improve and be successful, then the wins will take care of themselves. On the other side of the dis- trict, former Cape standout throwing ace ]ulie Jackson will move from assistant to head coach to lead the Mariner pro- gram. George Pepper will guide the Capegirls' program - already more than enough signed up - and he will have them as con- tenders as he has done so many times before. Matt Lindell will replace Charlie Pollard to lead the boys' team as Pollard will fly west to work with the jumpers at Sussex Tech High School under head coach Lou Nicoletti. The Cape middle school tracksters have more home meets this season: it should be fun for the community to watch the up-and-coming stars in the Cape district on the beautiful blue home 400-meter oval. Upcoming Races Saturday, March 10, at 6 p.m. - 1st Shadow Series 5K/10K, Cape Henlopen State Park Lewes. Saturday, March 17, at 10 a.m. - 5th St. Patrick's Day 5K, Den- ton, Md. Sunday, March 18, at 9 a.m. - 7th Shamrock Shuffle 15K/SK, ]unction and Breakwater Trail, Rehoboth Beach. gape ~egien AtNetes Of The Week DAVIS The game runs through this star player for the Cape girls' basketball team, and that's just Feb. 25 by winning his third the way it goes, A subpar team consecutive individual DIAA effort and everyone is going to state championship in his third look at Davis and ask the ........................... question, "Are you gonna let this happen?" Down 34-29 to ,, Tatnall at home in the opening '" round of the state tournament, Davis came out of a timeout where assistant coach Will "Stunts" Edwards took the team ALEB LENAN[ 8EgWgN P TNETT f SuperK closed out a brilliant Gekwan came to Cape fromIf you're a partisan fan, a true high school wrestling career Smyrna to live with his Cape person, then you are sure godparents, who include former 138-pound No. 1-seeded Cape track star Curtis Johnson, grappler Garrett Smith got a 1978 Ca pe graduate who was hosed in the semifinals where on a state chain pionship te im, he lost in triple overtime to Lou Pritchett has thrived at his new Fedele of Salesianum. The calls school and has "the dog" in him just never came,Garrett's way, when it comes to, playing and all credit to Fedele who just basketball. The little man with kept hanging in there for the the big heart had a monster improbable win. Garrett came game at William Penn in the back to beat Alvontae opening round of, the state Drummond of Milford for was state champ at 103 in 2010 with a 7-3 win over Matt Kibblehouse of Satesianum, then came back and won the 119-pound title in 2Oll with a 3- 2 win over Chris Donaldson of Salesianum. He finished it off by to church and responded by winning the 126-pound title, tournament, scoring 23 points taking the game over as Cape beating freshman Clint Ferrazo and pulling down six rebounds. went on a 13-0 run en route to a of Caravel. Kaleb is from 45-40 victory. Davis made Rehoboth, but 'choiced to CR shots and great passes and let to wrestle for coach Dickie the air out of the ball to end the HowelI.Lemaire is now looking game. at colleges including N.C. State, just waiting to see what is the best fit for him. Pritchett was a perfect 3-for-3 from beyond the arc. His simple approach to it all: "Play for your teammates and play with a lot of heart, and you'll be OK." third place in a match most people thought would be for the state title. Just a great career for Smith, who came into the tournamentwith a record of 31- 7. Wrestling is an unforgiving sport, and major credit goes to Garrett for Coming back and getting third, Briefly Registration for Lewes Little League open Parents or guardians may reg- ister their children for the Lewes Little League through Tuesday, March 6. The league offers three ways to register: online registra- tion at; pick up and drop off forms at Lewes Printing; registration at Beacon Middle School during tryouts Saturday, March 3 and Tuesday, March 6, To find tryout times for boys and girls by age, go to Tryouts are for team placement only. Instructors need for Hooked on Fishing The Division of Fish and Wildlife is looking for volunteers to be trained as instructors for the 2012 season of the Hooked on Fishing, Not on Drugs program. A training session will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 10, at the Aquatic Re source Education Center, located east of Smyrna at 4876 Hay Point Road. HOFNOD volunteers must be at least 18 years old. To learn more about HOFN- OD, visit teer/Pages/HOFNOD.aspx . Volunteers are asked to preregis- ter with contact information. For more information or to volun- teer. contact Tess Belcher at 302- 735-8656 or