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Cape girls win three state events; Maull breaks state me e E record season best, and fourth in the Daries James ran 2:06in the 800m 400m (51.8) and high jump run for a season best. (6'0"). Middle distance runner Continued on page 86 NEW KITCHENS Andrew Shearer, 33, and Kristin Irwin, 14, were crowned Overall Champions at last week's Mike Snell 5K Run held from Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes with impressive early sea- son times of 16:27 and 21:29. Irwin, out of Seaford, finished second in the 3200 meter run a day earlier at the Delaware State Championships with the best downstate time of 11:58.5. The event attracted a field of 89 finish- ers who headed to Fourth Street, before returning to finish inside the track stadium at the high school. Forty-six-year-old Joe Link won the Master Champi- onship in 16:48, while 43-year- old Beverly Palmer won the Women's Master Championship in 22:39. Highlights through the age- group awards are as follows: The 9 & under age group found two tough third graders in P.J. Melen- dez and Bethany Pavlik who un- fortunately lined up in the wrong spot and went down at the start. Pavlik recovered to win her age group in a bloody 24:17...12 year old Taylor Donohue put together a fine week with a second place fin- ish in the Lewes Biathlon last Fri- day afternoon and a personal record at the Snell 5K in 20:55, good for second in his age group...Tiffster Melendez, 11, al- so turned in a personal record at the Snell with a 22:17 perfor- mance to go with her colorful pur- ple and gold braces... 11 year old Clare Nowakowski ran 24:44 for her all-time best at the 5K dis- tance, while teammate Sarah Neff ran 25:46 for her first try at a 5K race...Cape distance runners Cole Pavlik (22:31) and Leslie Kroon (23:47) took first and third in the 14-19 age group...Former number one Cape runner Suzannah Martin won the 20-24 age group in a time that she would not want me to print...Former Cape all-star ath- lete and All-American field hock- ey player Robin Adair ran a de- cent time of 24:05 to win the 30- 34 age group...Shields teacher Ca- role Short is relieving "elemen- tary-end-of-the-year-classroom- stress" and is back on the roads again with a second place finish in the 40-44 age group...For the sec- ond week in a row 50-54 runner Leo Strine has placed third and both times has shouted "it must have been a slow race" when re- ceiving his award from lovely wife and summer Mellon Bank sponsor Peggy Strine. Give your- self a pat on the back Leo, sum- mer's early...60 year old Ronald Baunchalk continues to run well in his age group with another age group win in the series with a time of 22:11. Results Mike Snell 5K Run Lewes, De 89 finishers Overall Champions: Male: Andrew Shearer, 1, 16:27.6 RUNNING Tim Bamforth Female: Kristin Irwin, 35, 21:29.0 Master Champions: Male: Joe Link, 3, 16:49 Female: Beverly Palmer, 47, 22:40 9 & Under: I. Bethany Pavlik, 64, 24:i7; 2. Laura Olen- darski, 71, 25:08; 3. Sarah Neff, 76, 25:46 10-13: I. Kaleb Brown, 24, 20:29; 2. Taylor Dono- hue, 28, 20:55; 3. Matt Riggin, 31,21:08 I. Brittany Morris, 37, 21:47; 2. Tiffany Me- lendez, 42, 22:17; 3. Clare Nowakowski, 69, 24:44 14-19: I. Adam Palmer, 11, 18:47; 2. Pete Roaem- beat, 16, 19:22; 3. Mark Jooes, 18, 19:33 I. Cole Pavlik, 44, 22:31; 2. Amanda Clark, 51, 23:26; 3. Leslie Kroon, 56, 23:47 20-24: 1. Michael Toner, 9, 18:31; 2. Jack Frederick, 85, 28:25 I. Suzannah Man'in, 84, 28:10 25-29: I. Sean Turner, 2, 16:31; 2. Eric Payoe, 8, 18:19; 3. Chad Jenkins, 26, 20:38 I. Adrienne Shearer, 39, 21:50; 2. Laurie Reid, 77, 26:00; 3. Keri D'AngIo, 78, 26:10 30-34: 1. Mike Regan, 4, 17:04; 2. Karl t,eadlet, 14, 19:06; 3. David Millar, 21, 19:58 1. Robin Adair, 59, 24:05; 2. Gina Konin, 83, 27:59 35-39: I. Mathew Mace, 5, 17:23; 2. Peter Chiareili, 19, 19:34; 3. Dave Landis, 22, 19:59 I. Joanne Merlo, 43, 22:20; 2. Missy Evans, 53, 23:35 40-44: 1. Francis Sellers, 10, 18:39; 2. Eric Howard, 13, 18:57; 3. Steve Russell, 15, 19:i2 1. Doris Hicks, 55, 23:39; 2. Carnie Short, 82, 27:55; 3. Jane Wasser, 88, 29:28 45-49: 1. Ron Niblett, 6, 17:33; 2. Art Fauio, 12, 18:55; 3. Carl Reed, 34, 21:29 1. Ginny Rickards, 79, 26:28 50-54: 1. John Weiss, 7, 18:14; 2. Gary Marino, 25, 20:32; 3. Leo Strine, 65, 24:30 I. Priscilla Prunella, 49, 23:17 S5-59: I. Dick Hipp, 17, 19:25; 2. Warren Prunella, 20, 19:43; 3. Hal Carrier, 23, 20:11 60 & over:. I. Ronald Baunohalk, 41,22:11; 2. Rex Enos, 50, 23:23; 3. Jim Lyons, 57, 23:50 STATE TRACK CHAMPS- The Viking girls of Cape Hen- lopen (105 points) fell short of catching powerful Division II Ur- suline Academy (157 points) at last week's State Championships, however Cape did crown three State Champions on the day. Thrower Jaimme Witherspoon shocked several including herself with a season-best throw of 34'5" to win the shot put, while leaper Maggie Widdoes won the high jump at 5' 1". The best race of the day, especially for Vikings, was the mile relay grand finale where Cape's Natasha Jones made up a 10 meter lead with a 59.6 anchor to blow by Ursuline down the stretch and lead her team to a 4:09.8 victory. Jones deserved to raise the baton in the air at the fin- ish like several other winners did (or the double hand pump like the professionals do), but showed her class by just sitting down on the track after a hard day's work. Her rest didn't last long as I made her get up, as Delaware State coach Duane Henry just smiled at what might be his new college freshman next year. Distance runner Jen Hicks took off with three laps to go in the 3200m run and went after leader Melody Rudd of Milford. Hicks ran a personal best of 12:14.4 for second as the downstate fans were cheering first place Rudd (12:10.2), second place Hicks, and third place Nic01e Faries (12:19.4) of Lake as the sprinted to the fin- ish ahead of three Ursuline run- ners in the race. Jessica Wither- spoon also finished second in the triple jump in 32'7", while Lind- sey Barkauskie tied for second in the high jump with a jump of 5'0". Hurdler Alexia Waples was sec- ond in the 300m hurdles in 48.6, while middle distance runner Danielle Guerin was third in the 800 meters in 2:26.9. Kai Maull won the long jump last Friday night in a new state meet record of 23'3" which is also the second longest all-time high school long jump in Delaware. 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