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94 - CAPE GAZETrE, Friday, April 10 - April 16, 1998 Lewes Physical Therapy 5K to benefit Shields computers The fourth annual Lewes Physi- cal Therapy 5K run and walk will kick off at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning (April 11) from Lewes Physical Therapy headquarters. Vhe event will benefit the Shields Elementary School computer lab. ast year's event attracted 102 9articipants, and well more than ,00 are expected this Easter weekend. The run will be a 3. l- mile hike through the streets of Lewes, with the walk distance slated for 1 mile. Participants can register on race day at the Lewes Physical Therapy office on Savan- nah Road from 9 to 9:50 a.m., for $14. Participants will receive a long sleeve T-shirt. Awards will be presented to the Overall and Master champions, as well as the top-three finishers in the following eight age groups: 9 & under, 10-13, 14-19, 20-29, 30- 39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 & over. All walkers will receive finisher certificates at the completion of the walk. For more information contact the Seashore Strider Race Hotline at 947-1772. The Grove Club The Grove Walking and Jog- ging Club celebrated its 200th an- niversary April 7, with a short workout and some famous "low- fat" Doris Hicks double-chocolate brownie cake, washed down with some old-fashioned runner juice, called water. The Grove Club, established in June 1994, attracts all different levels and ages of runners and walkers who come together every week with the same purpose in mind - having fun and working out at the same time. The unique thing about the club is that you never really know who is coming RUNNING each week; however, there is al- ways someone to run or walk with who matches up to your level of fitness. The Grove Club gives out awards as incentives for partici- pating, with a membership card for three times, a T-shirt for five times, a hat for 10 times, a long sleeve T-shirt for 20 times and a sweat shirt for 40 times. When the participants reach their award level, they receive the award from the Grove Club at no extra cost. There is a yearly membership fee of $10 for individuals and $20 for families. The way the club is structured, it's the participant who makes out, collecting a member- ship card, T-shirt, hat, long-sleeve sweat shirt for attending the club once a week throughout the year. The club has attracted 263 differ- ent participants over the past four years with the top 15 "Grovers" listed below: 1. Bob Porter, 196; 2. Doris Hicks, 145; 3. Jim Bastian, 133; 4. Gifford King, 105; 5. Pauline Porter, 103; 6. Joe LoBiondo, 95; 7. Patrice Riggin, 77; 8. Matt Rig- GOLF OUTLET STORE CLUB RE-GRIPPING JUST $4.00 PER GRIP (Includes Cost of Grip and Replacement) Also Check Out Our Great Off-Season Discount Prices On: BALLS, GLO\\;ES, SHOES, N E,' & USED CLUBS, GOLF BAGS, SttlRTS &tfATS, and more!! Angle Moon photQ Antonia Jones ran away from the field in the April 8 meet between Lewes and Milton, winning the 200 in 28 seconds. gin, 71; 9. Diane Donohue, 57; 10. Jan LoBiondo, 56; 11. Jen Hicks, 54; 12. Tim Bamforth, 51; 13. Thurlow Cunliffe, 46; 14. Mike Costello, Pete Martin and Doug Hicks, 45. Congratulations to all Grove Club members for keeping a healthy, positive evening alive. Cape track and field falls The boys and girls track and field teams suffered their first de- feats of the season last Tuesday (March 31), to the Riders of Cae- sar Rodney and longtime coach Charlie Bell and coach Brian Betas. The Rider boys won every event on the track and 15 of 18 events overall to easily dominate the Vikings, 111-35. The girls' meet was a much closer affair as the Riders won 10 of 17 events to squeak out the victory. The Caesar Rodney boys won all four relays, while the girls won three of the four relays. The Cape girls man- aged to win the 400-meter relay with the team of Janelle Savage, Arshar Smith, Rosie Stewart and Alexia Waples in 53. I seconds. The Cape boys were led by Ricky Thompson's 10 points as the talented "tinyman" captured the long jump in 18 feet, 5 inches and the high jump with a good jump of 6-0. Dan Heacock also won the pole vault with a leap of 9-0. Cape jumper Kai Maull did not compete, nursing a sore heel injured in last week's action. Cape's Janelle Savage paced the Vikings as she captured the high jump in 5-0, long jump in 15-9, triple jump in 33-5 and was a part of the winning relay to score 16.25 points on the day. Carrie Litke won the hurdles in 19.0, Jaimme Witherspoon won the shot put in 28-5 and Danielle Guerin won the 1,600 in 5 minutes, 41 seconds. Geurin's good 1,600 time puts her in the heat of the action among the best conference milers, such as in Nicole Faries (5:38) of Lake, Kim Kucharik and Madam Poe of Cae- sar Rodney, Kristen Irwin (5:47) of Seaford and Melony Rudd (5:48) of Milford, which should make for a very exciting final at the conference meet. The person with the speed at the end would be Continued on page 96 GOLF PARK REHOBOTH BEACH COMING IN JULY: Creekside Course 18 Hole Mid-Length Course The Wee Course 9 Hole Lighted Chipping Course Seaside Putting Links 18 Hole Lighted Putting Course Clinics, Lessons, & Camps with PGA Pro Steve Smith (Private Lessons Available Now!)