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64 - CAPE GAZETI'E, Friday, April 5 - April 11, 1996 Lewes Physical Therapy 5K, one mile walk set for April 6 The Seashore Strider Second Annual April Fools Day run and walk was held last Saturday morn- ing at Cape Henlopen State Park as the event was the first to be on the new State Park walk, jog, and bike path. A small crowd of fifty-five run- ners and walkers turned out for the AFril Fools event as the three mile run course took in a mix of road, grass, sand, and trail, while the walk course was designed to cover just under two miles of the course. Veteran Glenn Kemp overtook Sussex Tech's Jason Jacques at the halfway point and never looked back to defend his title with a win of 17:06.6. John Weiss finished fourth to win the Mastor Championship in 18:04.4. New comer Jeri Myers captured the Overall Women's Title in a time of 21:21.5, while Sharyn Slick won the Master Champi- onship in 22:49.7. Here is a look at each age group: 9 & under:. Third grader Even Moc finished 28th and wen his first moe of his career in a Ume of 25:38 on the boys side, while Betsy Hicks sur- prised herself by putting together her best race ever In 33rd with a time of 26:30 to capture her fi age-group . ascend Grade Na- tional Cross Country Rnelist Be'my Pm4ik fin- Ished 3Bih and took second in 27:29, while third grader Jordan Bryan was third in 29:44 for 40th overalL 10-13: Sixth grader Malt Riggin continued to be consistent with a time of 22:52 for the win in 18th place, while Graham Dunn took 25th in 24:09 to  scorKI. ,mshore Stdder cross countt course record helder Jen Hicks, only an eighth grader, finished 16th to oeplure the win in 22'.29, whae fifth gmdor Tiffany z was 8eoond in 24:13 for 26th place. Julie Fan" and Aleida Lynch Ilrdshed third and fourth in 43:30. 14-19: Third plaoe finisher Jason Jacques dominated this agegroup as the Raven led through the opening half of the race to finish in 17:31. Mark Jones finished in ninth place with a time of 20:08, while Flylm Dunn took 27th with a time of 24:47. For the gids it was junior high eigh grader Cole Pavlik finishing 23rd in 23:28 to win the age group, while high schoolers Leslie Kroon was 29th in 25:40 and Laura Masdk was 35th in 27:06. 20-29: Runfler-up Tim Morrow captured the age group in 17:30 to edge Jacques for second place, while Gina Konln finished 34th irr 26:53 to capture the female title. Monique Bamforth took second in a time of 28:27. 30-39: Summer regular Jams Landis finished fifth overall to win the age group in a lime of 18:27, while second place went to PatriOt Hawley who finished seventh in a time of 19:23, Brother David Landis was third and seventh overall in 20:44. Kelly Myers won the women's title in 23:09 for 22rid place, while second went to Jill Farr who tin- ished 381h with a time of 27:37. 40-49: Lewes runner/lawyer Eric Howard won his case with atime of 19:12 for six place over- all, while second place was Joe "Chico" Barranco of Milton in a time of 20:35. Bill Chandler was third with a time of 21:40 and fourteenth place overall. Ted Moore won the female title in 26:00, while teacher/coach/aerobic instructor Patdce Tim Bamforth Biggin was second in 27:36. Cape High teacher Terry Jacques tinisi':l third in a time of 30'.29. 50-59: Glenn Collins finished eighth overall to capture this age group in a lime of 19:58. 60 & over: Jim Lyons finished 21st to capture title in a time of ;)3:07, wi'dle Rex Enos was 24th to finish second in 23:32. Cape teams fall to Lake Forest The Cape Henlopen Track and Field teams traveled to Felton to take on the Spartans of Lake For- est and veteran coach Jim Blades this past Wednesday afternoon. The girls fell by a score of 90-47, while the boys lost by the score of 86-60. Senior Jamie Hill. led the Vikings with 11.25 points as she won both hurdle races in 16.9 and 51.0 and teamed with Katie Ban- dekow, Natasha Jones, and Nicole McNair to capture the mile relay in 4:39.4. Freshman Janelle Sav- age took second in long jump with her personal best jump of 16'3" and won the triple jump with a 33'6". Savage also anchored the 400m relay and ran an outstanding leg against the star Spartan an- chor. "We had some trouble with our hand-offs, but the girls ran a good time and Janelle didn't give up any on her anchor," said Coach George Pepper. Other winners for the Cape girls were Natasha Jones in the 400m dash in 1:03.2, while Mag- gie Widdoes leaped 5'0" to win the high jump. Sprinter Alexia Waples found a new event as she took second in the 300m hurdles in a state meet qualifying time of 53.8 for her first time. Widdoes also took third in the discus in a good toss of 99'8" for her first at- tempt at the event this season. For the boys it was senior George White leading the way with 11.25 points, while senior Dale Dunning also scored 11 points. White won the sprint dou- ble as he turned in a 11.8 in the 100m dash and a 24.4 in the 200m dash. White also teamed with Kris Guerin, Darnell Strand, and an- chor Greg Mansfield to win the mile relay in 3:40.5, while Strand ran 43.6 to win the 300m hurdles. Cape won five of six field events as Dale Dunning won the shot put in 38'7" and the high jump in 6'2". Jumper Mack Buckley won the triple jump in 41'7" and the long jump in 20'1", while Isiah Justice won the discus in 106'0". Senior Adam Butner ran a season best of 2:06 in the 2- mile relay lead-off leg and re- turned later to take second in the mile with a 5:01. The Viking girls will travel to the Keith Burgess Invitational for a Henlopen Con- ference preview on Saturday, April 13. Open All Year! 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