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114 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 13 - April 19, 2001 Cape track continues to roll through dual meets The Cape track teams continue to steamroll toward the late spring big meets as the boys topped Smyrna last Friday, April 6, by a lopsided score of 124-22, and Sus- sex Central 127-19, while the girls topped Smyrna 94-33 and Sussex Central 96-31. Dewayne Holloman was the high scorer with 12.5 points as the talented sprinter/jumper captured the 200-meter dash (23.1), the triple jump (42-8.5), and ran legs on the winning 400-meter and 800-meter relays. Shawn Hop- kins is beginning to show signs of brightness in the I I0-meter high hurdles as he recorded a time of 15.9, while Matt Jackson put to- gether a fine early April 800 me- ters in 2:05. The Vikings are sit- ting pretty in the high jump with a handful of jumpers in the six-foot range looking to go higher in the warm month of May. Cape has always groomed jumpers over the yearsand this year is no exception. Dover's Dwayne Henry once asked me if I fed my high jumpers "jumping beans" to have my fourth best at six feet. Willie Savage (6-8.5), five-flot-seven inch ,Arthur Hug- ger (6-4), Bruce Pitts (6-2) and Nashon Selby (6-0) were all a part of the 1992 and 1993 state cham- pionship teams for Cape. This year's "jumping beans" hope to continue the Cape jumping tradi- tion. The girls of Cape were led again by young freshman Katharine DeVilbiss with 18 points and vic- tories in the 300-meter hurdles, 200 meters and pole vault, while Betsy Hicks won the mile and two-mile runs. Rebecca Hollingsworth won the 800 me- ters and high jump, while Charlie "Fabler won the shot and discus. George Pepper may have one of his most versatile teams in many years with unique doubles and triples being performed success- fully. The boys easily beat Milford 105-40 and Polytech, 107-39, while the girls topped Milford 73- 65 and tied Polytech 70-70 on April I I. Highlights from the boys meet include Holloman and Hopkins both scoring 12.5 points. Hollo- man won the 200-meter, triple jump and ran on both sprint re- lays. Hopkins won the 110-meter high hurdles, the 300-meter hur- dles and also ran on both sprint re- lays. Kyle Mansfield ran a blaz- ing 100 meters in 10.9, which should place him on the Cape top l0 list, while Matt Jackson domi- nated the 800 meters in a time of 2:03.8. Andrew Freeman ran a personal record in the 1600-me- ters in 4:42.0, while Matt Riggin qualified for the state meet with a 10:50 two-mile. For the girls, DeVilbiss again was the high scorer by winning both hurdle races, 200-meter dash and pole vault. Tabler again won both throwing events, while RUNNING Hollingsworth won both the high jump and triple jump. Toni Jones won the long jump, while Tiffany Partlow won the 100 meters. The Keith S. Burgess Invita- tional will be held on Saturday, April 14, at Lake Forest, which will be the first big meet on the new red track. The Vikings domi- nated the Burgess meet in the ear- ly 80s and won it again in 1993. I know I shouldn't make predic- tions, but the Vikings spread out over 18 events are better than any team in the state. ALA CLEAN AIR CHAL- LENGE 5K - Leslie Wright of Salisbury and Cindy Price of Lewes each captured the overall male and female titles, respectiv- ley, at last weekend's American Lung Association Clean Air Chal- lenge 5K held at Delaware Tech in Georgetown. Wright set a fast pace on the two-lap race and held on to finish just steps ahead of a charging Brent Ayer in 17:15. Ayer won the male master Championship in 17:27. CindyPrice won the female title in a time of 19:39, while Beverly Palmer won the female masters ti- tle in 23:27. 5K Results 10-13 I. Lorrainne Ladzinski, 37, 28:44 14-19 I. Betsy Hicks, 15, 22:12 20-29 I. Dan Pennington, 5, 19:39; 2. John Thorton, II, 21:46; 3. Czar Bloom. 13, 21:55 I. Diane Lecates, 27, 25:18; 2. Jennifer. Payne. 30, 25:52; 3. Shelly Bloom. 32, 26:59 30-39 1. Rob Rector. 3.18:17; 2. Vernon Red- ding, 4. 18:58; 3. Michael Foelber, 7. 20:08 I. Jean Taylor, 33, 27:11 ; 2. Lydia Smith, 34, 27:38: 3. Veronica Barton, 39, 29:32 40-49 1. Daniel Dam, 10, 21:41; 2. David Landis. 12, 21:53; 3. Alan Quillen, 14, 22:00 I. Doris Hicks, 26, 24:51; 2. Lisa Peter- son; 28, 25:19; 3. Sue Diflo, 38, 29:29 5O-59 1. Roger Hearn, 9, 21:24; 2. William Chandler, 18, 22:50; 3. William Frost. 23, 24:06 I. Carol Hansen. 36, 28:27 60 and Over 1. Ron Baunchalk, 17, 22:43; 2. Hal Carrier. 21, 23:19 1. Betty Leverton, 34:42 Teams Male/Male - I. Charlie Brown and Jim- bo Lyons. 20, 23:15 Sarah Greene photo Sussex Family YMCA Youth Triathlon winners The Sussex Family YMCA's annual Youth Triathlon attracted 25 young athletes on Saturday, April 7, who tested their skills in running, cycling and swimming competitions. Pictured above are the first place winners and their times. They include (back row l-r) Brett Morris, boys ages 11-12, 20:32; Anna Egeln, girls age 11-12, 25:16; Max McPike, boys ages 13-14, 19:28; and Megan Funk, girls ages 13-14, 20:08. In front are Brittany Morris, girls ages 9-10, 15:40; Sam Spellman, boys ages 7-8, 14:56; and Wyatt Spellman, boys ages 9-10, 13:56. CHERRY BLOSSOM 5-MIL- ER - One of the more popular road race events in Delaware, The Cherry Blossom 5-Miler, took to the streets in Wilmington last weekend attracting a field of 187 runners. The 23rd annual race kicked off the Clydesdale USACFRF-DE se- ries with 16 male "Clydes" and 2 female "Filly's" participating. Scanning through the results, Continued on page 116 SHAWNEE COUNTRY CLUB Join the Family Fun Join now for $1435 (family full) $1165 (single full) (Includes stock fee and dues through March 25, 2002.) 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