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62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 26 - May 2, 1996 Cph f-kind d a e osts one-o a- co-e relay competition; places 2nd ............. . , _ giThteCP:d Hu nll:PTab:Y;a;td o D l;C u; 'o E:lncMCC 1 crep85an a g e d host and compete in a "one of a  to win seven events to the Riders kind" track and field meet and  11 first place finishes. pulled out a successful runner-up  Mark Marrin won two events to finish.  highlight the Vikings as the senior The 5th annual Cape Co-Ed  captured the pole vault and a sur- Relays attracted seven teams to  prise win in the 800m run. Marrin Lewes with Absegami High  returned to the track in impressive School, Elkton High School,  form after a mid-season injury and Friendly High School, Middle-  looks like he is ready to turn in town High School, Seaford High  some impressive times in the see- School, Wilmington Christian,  ond half of the season. and host Cape Henlopen all taking KUrIIJ Another impressive time was part. The Vikings finished second on the day with 87 points, only five points behind Champion Absega- mi which totaled 92 points. "This meet is a bit different than the traditional with the boys and girls being able to work together in relays," said Cape girls coach George Pepper. "It's a nice meet to be able to move some kids around and let them try some different events, while we also try to get a lot of the younger kids into the line-up." Moving around is what the Vikings did, as they captured two championships in the high jump and 400 meter relay, and claimed six second place finishes on the day. Dale Dunning and Maggie Wid- does won the high jump with a combined height of 11'0", while the sprint team of Dunning, Jamie Hill, Greg Mansfield, and Wid- does circled the oval to capture the race in 49.7. The team of Darnell Strand, Normanda Hazzard, Dan Hea- cock, and Hill ran 1:10.8 to finish second in the shuttle hurdle relay, while Dunning and Jaimme With- erspoon teamed up in the shot put with a distance of 66'4" to also take second. Cape tied Seaford in the long jump with Darius James and Janelle Savage teaming up for a 30'9" effort, while the 800m relay team of Mansfield, Nicole Mc- Nair, Strand, and Alexia Waples ran 1:45.6 for second. Quarter miler Natasha Jones sparked the second place distance medley team with a personal record of 2:38 in the leadoff 800m leg, before Kris Guerin, Katie Bandekow, and Adam Butner took over to finish in a time of 13:18.5. Cape's Darius James and Jones teamed up in the triple jump for an effort of 67'3", while the mile re- lay team of Jones, Mansfield, Mc- Nair, and Strand were timed in 4:01.3. The only third place finish was grabbed by the sprint medley team of Alexia Waples, Kris Guerin, Janelle Savage and Adam Btitner in a time of 4:16.7, while the 3200m relay team of Guerin, Lau- ra Masarik, Bandekow, and But- ner ran 10:41.4 for fourth place. Cape's discus twosome of Tara Tim Bamforth Pride and Isaah Justice took fifth in 175'6" to round out the scoring. On Tuesday afternoon the Vikings split with the Riders of Caesar Rodney with the Cape girls taking 13 of the 17 events to win by a score of 77-60. The Cape boys put together sev- eral fine performances, however they lost by a score of 80-65. Freshman Janelle Savage won three events to continue on her fine season, while also teaming up to be a part of the 400m relay win. Savage won the long and triple jumps, as well as the 200m dash. Alexia Waples keeps improving in the 300m hurdles as she turned in a 50.2 season best to take sec- ond behind Jamie Hill, while an- other highlight was the 400m re- lay team of Hill, Waples, Savage, and Natasha Jones in a season le- gal best of 53.0. First place finishes for the Cape girls: 100m hurdles, Jamie Hill-16.6; 100m dash, Alexia Waples-12.7; 1600m, Katie Bandekow-6:25.1; 400m relay, Jamie Hill, Alexia Waples, Janelle Savage, Natasha Jones-53.0; Long Jump, Janelle Savage-14'8"; 400m, Nicole Mc- Nair-l:06.2; 300m hurdles, Jamie Hi11-49.8; 800m, Natasha Jones- 2:51.5; 200m Janel[e Savage- 27.8; High Jump, Maggie Wid- does-4' 10"; Triple Jump, Janelle Savage-32' 1"; 1600m relay, Jamie Hill, Nicole McNair, Alexia Waples, Natasha Jones-4:30.8; Angle Moon photo Cape's Tara Pride puts the shot during recent action. the 400m relay team that turned in a good time of 45.6 for a season best. First place finishes for the Cape boys: Pole vault, Mark Martin-11'0"; 400m relay, George White, Dale Dunning, Tavarous Nelson, Greg Mansfield-45.6; long jump, George White-18'10"; 800m, Mark Marrin-2:09.6; 300m hur- dles, Darnell Strand-43.1; high jump,; Dale Dunning-6'0"; triple jump, Mack Buckley-37'2" PENN RELAYS...The Cape Girls competed at the annual pres- tigious Penn Relay Carnival on Thursday, April 25 as Jamie Hill, Alexia Waples, Janelle Savage, and Natasha Jones were scheduled for the 400m relay at 12:15 p.m. The foursome of Nicole McNair, Hill, Waples, and Jones were scheduled for the 1600m relay at 3:05 p.m. The Cape boys were not scheduled to compete. BOSTON... A wild field of 38,000 runners, along with 2,000 unregistered bandits recently breezed through the 100th running of the Boston Marathon. Last year's second place finish- er Moses Tanui, 24, of Kenya cap- tured his first Boston in a time of 2:09:16 only to average a few ticks under five minutes a mile. Think about that? Cosmas Ndeti, also of Kenya, has dominated the race by win- ning the last three but took third this time around in 2:09:51. The top five and seven of the first eight just happened to be from Kenya while Boston served as their Olympic Trials Qualifier for Atlanta. Uta Pippig of Germany made up 30 seconds in the final two miles to steal the win in T.27:12 from Kenya's Tegla Loroupe. Eighty-six Delaware runners took part in the precious event and as the Kenya leaders were passing the six-mile mark in 29 minutes - the final runner was just crossing the starting line. Some Delaware results and summer racers at the beach... Bill Rhodunda 2:42:10; Mark Tirone 2:55:39; Dave Farren 3:08:28; Steven White 3:16:23; Doug White 3:17:33; Ann Wehn- er 3:23:40; Glenn Collins 3:32:42; Peter Tracey 3:39:53. REHOBOTH BAYSAILING ASSOCIATION A Private Club. 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