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118 - CAPE GAZEIWE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 Cape girls run past Sussex Tech; boys suffer third loss of season The Vikings of Cape Henlopen hosted the Ravens of Sussex Tech April 29 under warm, sunny skies in Lewes. The Raven boys are a team that has been on the losing end of the baton in the past when visiting loaded Cape teams, but this year's Tech team is loaded with sprinters, and is solid in the distances and field events to spread out well and score points in many places. The interesting thing about the Tech/Cape meet is that because Sussex Tech draws athletes from many areas of the county, several Cape and Tech athletes know each other on a first name basis, many went to elementary school with each other, and Tech names Jones, Mann, Mauli all have Cape ties. Charlie Pollard's Cape boys suffered their third loss of the sea- son as Sussex won 15 of the 18 events, including all four relays en route to an 88-58 victory. "We have had some long days in the past few years when we have come to Cape so we wanted to run well today and get ready for the end of the season," said Tech coach Marty Cross. The Vikings only scored 24 points on the track to Tech's 68, only six points shy of winning the meet without scoring in any field events. Cape outscored Tech 34- 20 in the field events. Sussex Tech's Kevin Maull, brother of Cape grad Kai Maull, had a big day winning the long jump and anchoring a blistering 400-meter relay win in 43.6, while Marcus Morris (400/200), and Chris Singh (1600/800) each won two eventsand were a part of a winning relay. Cape's Vince Lewis and Greg Swift competed tough against tal- ented Morris and Singh, but the most exciting event of the day was the 400-meter relay win by Bran- don Mann, Andre Johnson, Justin Hardy, and Maull. The Vikings led going into the third turn with Brandon Streett, but Tech's Hardy ate up the turn like a freight train oto give Maull the stick with a five-yard lead into the anchor leg. Cape's Jake Adams won the dis- cus in 108=2, while teammate Nick Lemmon won the pole vault in 12-0. Tim Bamforth CAPE GIRLS WIN - The Cape girls continued their win- ning ways with an easy win of 101-40 over the Ravens. Cape's Katharine DeVilbiss scored 20 points to be named meet high scorer as she captured the 100 hurdles in 15.4, the 300 hur- dles in a quick 46.7, the 200 me- ters in 26.9 and the pole vault in 8- 6. DeVilbiss was only tenths of a second away from the school record in the 300 hurdles held by teammate Rhonda Ferguson. Charli Tabler won the shot put (32-11) and the discus (120-2), while the Vikings won three of the four relays on the day. RUNNING Sussex Tech's Toni Jones, a for- mer Cape runner, had an impres- sive homecoming as she won the long jump (17-2), the triple jump (32-9), finished third in the 100 meters (13.4) and brought the Tech fans to their feet with a blis- tering anchor in the 400 meter re- lay to bring her team home in 52.3. The Vikings travel to the Easton Invitational on Friday, May 2, as will the Ravens of Sussex Tech. PENN RELAYS - The largest Track Carnival in the country was held last weekend in Philadelphia as the annual Penn Relays brought the local Vikings north to the city. Both the boys and the girls com- peted in the 400-meter and 1600- meter relays, while Charli Tabler competed in the high school girls discus championship. The Cape girls finished lOth in a heat of 12 in the mile relay with a time of 4:23.7 which ranked them seventh among Delaware teams, however, was able to cap- ture their heat of eight in the 400- meter relay in a time of 51.25 which ranked them third only be- hind Padua (49.46) and Glasgow (50.37) among Delaware teams. California's Long Beach Poly won the girls mile relay in 3:35, while Tabler was 13th in the dis- cus with a toss of 115-7. The Cape boys did not fair as well on the track finishing fourth in their 400-meter race in 44.74 and ninth in the mile relay in 3:47.8. Among Delaware teams, the Cape boys finished eighth in the 400-meter relay and 17th of 18 in the mile relay. COLLEGE NOTE - cape grad and Clemson long jumper Kai Maull made a quick exit in the long jump with three straight fouls which moved into the NCAA lead with 21 fouls this season. MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK - The Lewes girls track team lost a close meet to the Seaford Blue Jays by a score of 65-53, while the Lewes boys dominated the Blue Jays 90-28 in a contest held Mon- day, April 28, in Seaford. In the girls meet, each team won six events and a relay in the close contest as Lewes was led by Christine MacDonald and Allison Young each capturing two events each. MacDonald won the 100 meters in 13.9 and the high jump in 4-4, while Young Won the 1600 meters in 6:29 and the long jump in 13-1. Natalie Dorman (800- 3:03) and Tiamia Black (triple jump-27-2) also captured individ- ual events. In the boys action, Lewes was led by Matt Talbot as he captured three events on the day: Talbot won the 400 meters in 68.6, the shot put in 33-11, and the discus in 75-6 to score 15 points. Lewes had a pair of double event winners as Garrett Williams captured the triple jump in 31-5 and the long jump in 16-4, while Isaiah Brisco won the 800 meters in 2:25 and the high jump in 5-0. Conner MacDonald (hurdles- 17.1), Brett Morris (1600-5:57) and Ivan Cruz (200-30.2) each won individual events. Lewes is home with meets the next two Monday's at the Cape track. SPLITS - Lewes riverboat pi- lot Dan MacElrevey led the Downstate Delaware crew at the unique Mount Penn Mudfest 15K, 9.3 mile trail running event in Reading, Pa. The event takes run- ners through a course that throws all of the elements at the competi- tors, including stream crossings and steep inclines that were made only for walking. This fun event is considered one of the top 21 trail races in the U.S. by "Runners World." MaeElrevey finished in 1:13:32 to place 30th in thefield of 515 finishers, while 26-year-old Huy- bert Groenendaal of Philadelphia won in 1:02:41. Twenty-one- year-old Sue Clinton was the first female to finish in 1:10:.48, while Ken Dickens of Milton was 98th in 1:23:22. Linda Lassen of Rehoboth Beach finished 227th in 1:35:24, while Margaret Colvin of Re- hoboth Beach finished 254th in 1:37:20. Husband Bob Hughes was 257th in 1:37:33, while Joe Selph of Milford was 327th in 1:44:40. Anne Colwell of Milford finished 432nd in 1:58:36, while Jeanne Colwell of Milford fin- ished 433rd in 1:58:39 MARINE CORPS MARATHON - Congratulations to the following team of 10 run- ners calling themselves the Groovin' Grovers (from Re- hoboth's Grove Club) who were recently selected in a group lottery to take part in the Marine Corps Marathon in October: Joan and Phil Williamson, Arlene and Rusty Laporte, Fran and Chuck Donaway, Doris Hicks, Ken Dick- ens, Joe LoBiondo and Jim Bast- ian. In addition, Pat Cooper of Lewes, Pat Pollock of Lewes and- Middletown, Jennifer Buffington of Ocean View, Robert Thorpe of Milton and Tom Peters of Re- hoboth Beach will also take part in the event for Delaware. Dan Cook photos Cape's Katharine DeVilbiss races towards a first place fin- ish in the 100-meter hurdles en route to a 20-point perform- ance against the Ravens. Left, Cape's Andy Bradley grimaces as he unleashes a toss in the shot put. Right, Kevin Maul], brother of Cape grad Kai Maull, placed first for the Ravens in the long jump. Cape's winning 4 x 200 relay team included (l-r) Vi Parker, Stephanie Huerta, Tiffany Partlow and Domineque Scott. Submitted photo Cape Region runners competing in the Mudfest included (back row l-r) Margaret Colvin, Bob Hughes, Dan MaeElrevey and Troy Selph. In front are Linda Lassen, Anne Colwell and Jeare Colwell.