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60- CAPE G, Fr/day, April 14 - April 20, 1995 Pauline Porter runs to victory in Lewes Physical Therapy 5K Tim Bamforth como, Rehoboth Beach, 86, 39:15 1. Tiffany Melendez, Milton, 53, 25:49; 2. Stephanie Peck, Mil- ton, 75, 30:45 10-13: 1. Robert Tunnell, Mills- boro, 23, 21:53; 2. Steven Peck, Milton, 24, 21:56; 3. John Hearn, Georgetown, 25, 22:00 1. Brittany Morris, Lewes, 42, 23:58; 2. Kara McFee, Lewes, 78, 31:09; 3. Maureen McFee, Lewes. 14-19: 1. Mike McKenzie, Claymont, 3, 18:04; 2. Darren Hearn, Georgetown, 9, 19:40; 3. Michael Bryson, Lincoln, 30, 22:44 1. Jill Heeter, Rehoboth Beach, 51, 25:17; 2. Christine Dunbar, Lewes, 63, 28:13 20-29: 1. Eric Payne, Felton, 5, 18:44; 2. Kerry Kriuanek, Milton, 8, 19:33; 3. Mark Dellose, Wilm- ington, De, 16, 20:57 1. Jan Kelly, Rehoboth Beach, 48, 24:41; 2. Christine McKenzie, Claymont, 57, 26:57; 3. Diane Palmer, Reisterstown, Md., 58, 27:00 30-39: 1. Gifford King, Mil- ford, 6, 19:12; 2. Clint Nack, Lau- rel, 17, 21:08; 3. Stephen Cain, Ocean City, Md., 27, 22:19 1. Doris Hicks, Rehoboth Beach, 55, 26:54; 2. Lori Roessler, Lewes, 64, 28:13; 3. Jackie Straub, Hockessin, 68, 28:21 40-49: 1. Ron Niblett, Newark, 4, 18:05; 2. Alan Quillen, Seaford, 7, 19:20; 3. Mike Lichtenberger, Glen Rock, Pa., 10, 19:46 1. Patrice Riggin, Rehoboth Beach, 56, 26:55; 2. Rose Weiss, Wyoming, 79, 31:24; 3. Bea Williams, Rehoboth Beach, 89, 57:01 50-59: 1. Dan Mauck, Pajade- The first annual Lewes Physical Therapy 5K run and 1 mile walk was held last Sunday morning, April 9, continuing with the Seashore Strider Mini-Series through the streets of Lewes. The first class event attracted a record 101 finishers on what tin'ned out to be a rather hot day for running. "Our Strider record for a first year race was set last fall at the Run for the Rose 5K when we had 100 participants," said Bob Porter, president of the weekly Grove Park Jogging Club in Rehoboth Beach. "We had just over a hun- dred participants, so it was a great turnout for the spring. Lewes Physical Therapy really put on a great race, and from T-shirts to trophies to giveaways, they did a first class job. I think everyone will definitely be back for the sec- ond annual." Former Delaware high school runner Eric Albright, 22, who regis- tered with a Lewes ad- dress, cap- tured the overall men's champi- onship in a good time of 16:33.9, ALBRIGHT while local Pauline Porter of Rehoboth Beach won the overall women's champi- onship in 23:32.4. John Weiss of Wyoming won the men's masters with a time of 17:52.2 to finish second, while Nadia Wasserman won the women's masters in 25:53.0 for 54th in the race. The mini-series will come to an end on Saturday, April 22, with the First Annual Selbyville Old Timers Day 5K Run and I mile walk to be held at 9 a.m. at the Selbyville Town Hall on Church Street in Selbyville. Since 1924, the Finest in Home Furnishings Race Results: Overall: Male - Eric Albright, Lewes, 1, 16:33.9; Female- Pauline Porter, Rehoboth Beach, 37, 23:32.4 Master: Male - John Weiss, Wyoming, 2, 17:52.2; Female - Nadia Wasserman, Columbia, Md, 54, 25:53.0 9 & under: 1. Anthony Digim- Mackerel Fishing Daily 7 a.m. nesday 1/2 Fare with thin ad Fisherman's Wharf By the Drawbridge Lewes, Delaware 645-8266 na, Md., 12, 20:28; 2. Glenn Collins, Bridgeville, 13, 20:41; 3. Joe Wasserman, Columbia, Md., 18,21:10 60 and over: 1. Jim Lyons, On- ley, Va., 35, 23:20 1. Marion Lisehora, Millsboro, De, 73, 29:38 1 Mile Walk: 1. Amy Lilly; 2. Catherine Cannon; 3. Mary Lou Trimp; 4. Michele Bomse; 5. Monique Bomse; 6. Patty Hanley; 7. Wendy Hopkins; 8. Helen Me- lendez; 9. Diane Melson; 10. Joan Kugler; 11. Bill Kugler; 12. Rose Mary Metzger. CAPE TRACKING - The Cape Henlopen Track Teams both took part in the annual Kieth S. Burgess Invitational last Saturday at Lake Forest High School in Fel- ton. The Viking girls finished 6th in the 18 team field with a total of 33 points, while the Viking boys finished 8th for a total of 26 points. Leading the way for Cape was Becky Steuer, who individually scored 15 points on the day. The Senior Steuer took second in the 1600m run with a time of 5:35.7, Dennis Fomey photos Pauline Porter, the overall women's champion, leads the pack down Savannah Road on Sunday. took third in the 3200m run with a time of 12:18.7, and helped the mile relay team to a fourth place finish. Cape also grabbed three other second place finishes as freshman Natasha Jones, former triple jumper for the Seashore Strider Youth Track Team, blazed a 1:01.1 in the 400m dash to join Frank Clement, who ran a good race in the 800m in 2:04.9. The boys 800m relay team of Greg Mansfield, Ryan Street, Larry Woodall and Frank Clement turned in a season best of 1:34.6 to take the final second place finish. Hurdler Jamie "over the" Hill Continued on page 61 Henredon Hickory Chair Co.- Lexington Century. Baker. Kindel Sherrill Stickley 6 East Church St. Selbyville, Delaware 19975 (302) 436- 8205 Open 9- 5, Mon.- Sat.