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68 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 25- May 1, 1997 J From The Cape Gazette's Traveler Series* Angle Moon photo Cape's Mark Redden (D sprints to edge out Brant Cam. waith of Bread Neck, MD, at the end of a relay. RurLning Continued from page 67 Tony Miller- 1985, Will Edwards- 1988, Art Hugger- 1993, Bruce Pitts- 1994, Mack Buckley- 1996. Cape Co-Ed Relays Top 3 Teams 1. Absegami(NJ)- 88 2. Cape- 68 3. Seaford- 66 Cape Results First Place 800m Relay- Kai Maull, Natasha Jones, Tavares Nelson, Alexia Waples- 143.0 Sprint Medley- Tracy Duffy, Nelson, Waples, Darius James- 4:11.9 Long Jump- Maull 23'1," Janelle Savage 15'8" = 38'9" High Jump- Maull 6'0," Mag- gie Widdoes 5'0" - 1 I'0" Second Place 1600m Relay- Kris Guerin, Jones, Maull, Jessica Wither- spoon- 3:57.5 Triple Jump- James, Wither- spoon - 73'2" Fourth Place 3200m Relay- Carol Dulin, Chris Jackson, Katie Bandekow, James- 10:16.2 Discus- Isaiah Justice, Julie Jackson - 212'3" Fifth Place Distance Medley- Danielle Guerin, Kris Guerin, Jen Hicks, Mark Redden - 13:42 Sixth place 6400m Relay- Hicks, Damian Spicer, Dulin, Redden - 24:30.3 Shot Put- Kevin Hayes, Rochelle Knapp - 56'8" SPLITS. 12 year old Brittany Morris won her second overall tide in a row as she breezed (or the wind breezed her) through the Selbyville Old Timer's Day course in a time of 22:06 last Saturday morning. Strider youngsters Gina D'Amico, Matt and Ashley Holton, Tiffany and P.J. Melendez, Laura Olen- derski also took part...The Cape girls will head to Franklin Field this Thursday (April 24) for the annual Penn Relay Track Carnival at historic Franklin Field. Cape will take to the oval at 12:10 p.m. for the 400m relay heats with the team of Janelle Savage, Natasha Jones, Tameka Nelson, and Alex- ia Waples .hoping for a season best time in the 50-51 range. Cape will return to the Penn action at 2:30 p.m. for the running of the 1600m relay trials as high school mile re- lay teams.will circle the track con- sistently for about two hours. The Vikings will go with the team of Tracy Duffy, Jessica Wither- spoon, Alexia Waples, and Natasha Jones with a goal in the 4:12 range. On Saturday, usually I am sitting above the long jump/triple jump runway with my former coach Tom Hickman drinking a strawberry frnitie and reminiscing about track stories while making fun of my other for- mer coach "Fredman." Unfortu- nately, this year I'll miss the re, lays for only the second time in the last fifteen years and just as I begin my "wallpapering the nurs- ery" project on Saturday at noon, Cape graduate and former Delaware State Champ Sonja Friend-Uhl will be fining up in the women's Olympic Development Mile against the country's best. Sonja is hoping to run in the 4:33 range (a 4:17 equivalent 1500m) to qualify her for the USA Nation- als...On Wednesday evening, I talked with another Cape graduate in Marry Shue of the Washington D.C. Reebok Enclave as I tracked her down on the 18th floor of the hotel that looks into Franklin Field. Marry, who is coming off a foot fracture, was scheduled to compete in the Olympic Develop- ment 5000m run on Thursday night hoping for a time of 16:06. Good Luck Bill Cosby and all the great athletes at the "Penn's"... Briefly Discount race coupons available at McDonalds Coupons offering a $2 saving on tickets for Dover's GM Good- wrench/Delco Battery 200 are available at participating McDon- ald's Restaurants. The mail-in coupon reduces the price. Jane Chambers of Lewes and her son, John, stand on a stone patio at the edge of the Pacific Ocean in Puerto Vallarte, Mexico. Mexico's Puerto Vallarte calls visitors to the warm Pacific coast In a valley of the Mexican range of mountains known as Sierra Madre Del Sur, the Old World city of Puerto Vallarte hosts thousands of visitors each winter seeking the tropical warmth, the bright beaches and the clear and deep blue Pacific waters. A small and very old city, Puerto Vallarte retains much of its authentic Mexican flavor including red tried roofs and cobblestone streets. It's located centrally along Mexico's west coast, Just north of Cape Corrlentes and west of GuadalaJara. By most resort standards. Puerto Vallarte is new. The ci W didn't take on resort status until the late 1960s and has been a popular destination ever since. Jane and John Chambers were among the city's visitors in the winter of 1996 when they escaped the wet and snowy cold of the northeast. "We'd go back in a heart beat," said Jane, "but only if we could take our Cape Gazette along to remind us of home." 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