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68 " CAPE GAZE'rrE, Friday, April 18- April 24, 1997 12 year old Brittany Morris wins Lewes Physical Therapy 5K race C00-Ed Relays, Selbyville 5K on tap this weekend 102 runners and walkers turned out for the 3rd annual Lewes Physical Therapy 5K run and 1 mile walk last Saturday morning under rainy conditions. Master- man Brent Ayer won the Overall Men's Title in 17:44, while 12 year old Seashore Strider Brittany Morris won the Overall "Girls" Title, and her first in Delaware, in 22:12. Larry Cunningham won the Men's Masters in 19:01, while lo- cal Doris Hicks won the Women's Masters in 24:39. Special thanks to all running and walking participants, the Lewes Physical Therapy Staff, and all sponsors that made it again a successful event. The proceeds of the event will be split between Cape Athletics and the Shields Computer Drive. RESULTS Overall Champions: Brent Ayer- 17:44.5; Brittany Morris- 22:12.4 Master Champions: Larry Cunningham- 19:01.1; De(is Hicks- 24:39.8 lqrst lqsee lqnishers 9 & undo. Evan Mock- 21:59 & KAs Di- Carla- 26i 10-13: Matt Riuin- 20:.30 & Betsy Hicks- 25:54 14-19. Chds Myers- 23:50 & Sara Popovidv 24:51 20-29:. Raymond Rodrigeez- 18:47 & Diana Camilo- 27:13 30-39: Peter Coveleaki- 19:2/& JoAime Merle- 23:40 40.49: Rick Poppletow 19:13 & Virginia Rickardv 27.'02 50.59. Cad Kane- 21:24 & l.am Kane- 32:11 60 & over: Ronald Baunchalk- 22:16 CAPE TRACK...The Cape girls track & field team rebounded off a tough one point loss to Lake Forest last Thursday to compete in the rain-filled Keith S. Burgess In- vitational on Saturday in Felton. The girls were missing some key performers in their line-up, but were able to manage sixth place in the seventee 'eam field with 29 points. Lake Forest duplicated their dual meet point total of 69 to lead Running the Henlopen Conference teams in fourth, while Caesar Rodney was fifth with 40 points. The Vikings grabbed a trio of third place finishes as Lindsey Barkauskie jumped 4'10" in the high jump, while JaimmeWither- spoon tossed a 31'4' in the shot put. Cape also finished third in the final mile relay event in a sea- son best of 4:24.7 with the team of Tracy Duffy, Alexia Waples, freshman Danielle Guerin and Natasha Jones. The 400m relay team of Tracy Duffy, Tameka Nelson, Alexia Waples and Janelle Savage took fourth in a time of 54.4, while Alexia Waples with a 51.4 in the 300m low hurdles and freshman Jessica Witherspoon with a 31'1" in the triple jump both took fifth. Veteran Natasha Jones triple jumped to a sixth place finish with a 30'8" while Barkauskie finished sixth in the 100m hurdles in 18.8. Cape also took sixth in the 3200m relay with the team of Leslie Kroon, Katie Bandekow, Carol Ann Dulin, and Danielle Guerin in a time of 11:14.7. The Viking boys did not com- pete at the Keith Burgess Invita- tional. The girls team, now ranked sev- enth in the state, topped Jimmy Solomans Dover Senators on Tuesday afternoon in Dover by a score of 96-40. Cape and Dover have clashed several times in the nineties and the rivalry has pro- duced some great dual meet per- formances over the years. But on this day, the meet belonged to the Vikings. Cape was again led by freshmen Jessica Witherspoon wins in the 200m dash (27.9), and triple jump, and Jen Hicks in the mile (5:53) and two mile (13:00). The Vikings took three relays on the day beginning with the 3200m relay and the team of Jen Hicks, Katie Bandekow, Carol Dulin, and Danielle Guerin who teamed up to run 11:10. The 400m foursome of Natasha Jones, Maggie Widdoes, Tamekia Nel- son, and Alexia Waples ran 53.3, while the 1600m team of Tracy Duffy, Dulin, Guerin, and Waples ran 4:30. Sprinter Natasha Jones won the 400m dash in 64.1, while Alexia Waples won the 300 hurdles in a season best of 50.1. Freshman Danielle Guerin, coming off a big two mile relay anchor leg in the Lake Forest meet, won the 800m run in 2:37. Janelle Savage won the long jump in 15'6", while Jessica Witherspoon won the triple jump. Sister Jaimme Witberspoon won the shot put with a toss of 31'3", while Jnlie Jackson won the dis- cus in 89' 10". On the boys side of the Dover action, Junior Kai Maull contin- ued to surprise the state by again putting together a fourwin day against some of the top athletes in the state. Maull won the long jump, after learning a bit about the event on Monday, with a jump of 21'6" to beat two of the state's best in Ali Fordham and DeRawn Conyers. Maull then beat the state Continued on page 70 LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE Prinled T-Shirts & Sporlswear Geoff Vernon is now Artwork Logo Design l ilulCk Service Quality Work Reasonable Prices 645-2959 Brittany Morris of Lewes captured first among the fe- male competitors at the Lewes Physical Therapy 5K. iiii.i.iiiiiiiii i: iiii.ii.i Angle Moon photos Brent Ayer of Bethany Beach captured first among the male competitors at the Lewes Physical Therapy 5K.