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Greg Cauller, Vicki Boyer lead record crowd at Memorial 5K Race directors encounter the strangest things and the streak goes on. With a minute to go be- fore I fired the gun at last Sunday morning's Memorial Day 5K, Pennsylvanian Greg Cauller ap- proached me with this question: "Tim, my car is illegally parked around the comer and I'm won- dering if you think it will be al- right for about fifteen minutes?" he asked. Luckily it was the lean machine Greg asking me and not vice-ver- sa, because my 25 minute 5K would have surely gotten me a trip to the parking meter fine depart- ment. Canller, 37, left his car around the comer and the pack in the dust as the former Collegiate All- American breezed to victory in 15:57.6 to top a record turnout of 224 finishers. The car was moved by the seventeen minute mark and Cauller was on his way for his warm down. On the women's side of action, it was 25 year old Vickie Boyer with the win in a time of 19:03.7 which was over a minute ahead of the next female finisher. 42 year old Paul Dawson fin- ished in eighth place to win the Men's Master Title in 17:36.9, while 43 year. old Jeri My- ers captured the Women's Master Title in 22:12.7. "This is the largest crowd we have had at any Memo- rial Day race LEO 8TRINE... and one of the Gov. Tom top 10 crowds Carper's legal all-time," counsel heads said one of for the finish the organizers line. Rich Tikiob. TIM BAMFORTH GOTCHA- I promised Doctor Lee Masser I wouldn't bust on him, but he knows I don't keep promises so here goes. For the first time in my ten years on the road race scene, we ran out of race numbers at about 8:20 a.m. Dec quickly went to "plan B". He used my yellow pad of paper to cut out homemade numbers, while asking the runners what their fa- vorite set of numbers were. Dec, as he always does, worked it out with the proper information and they were on their way to the starting line. Tag tearer Helen Melendez had some trouble find- ing the bottom tear off tag (be- cause there wasn't one) and even overall champion Cauller looked good with his homemade special. Now I can guarantee that Cauller, who has competed in hundreds of 5K races, has never broken sixteen minutes in a race wearing a sheet of paper with the combo of"OUgl2". But we must be doing something fight, because RUNNING he keeps coming back. Results Memorial Day $K Run Rehobo Beach, De 224 finishers Overall Champions: Male: Greg Cauller, 1, 15':57.6 Female: Vickie Boyer, 25, 19:03.7 Master Champions: Male: Paul Dawson, 8, 17:36.9 Female: Jeri Myers, 68, 22:12.7 9 & Under: 1. Evan Mock, 76, 22:40.0; 2. P.J. Me- lendez, 124, 24:30.5 1. Bethany Pavlik, 123, 24:29.8; 2. Sara Neff, 136, 25:03.3; 3. Laura Olenderski, 144, 25:24.2 10-13: 1. Matt Riggin, 49, 21:15.3; 2. Daniel Caywood, 99, 23:41.1; 3. Nick Graling, 177, 26:47.3 1. Brittany Morris, 70, 22:15.2; 2. Eliz- abeth Redden, 84, 23:07.8; 3. Kelly Wolff, 97, 3:38.5 14-19: 1. Robb Munro, 4, 16:58.9; 2. Trib Singh, 19, 18:55.5; 3. Mark ]ones, 25, 19:23.5 1. Kristen Irwin, 44, 20:53.0; 2. Cole Pavlik, 90, 23:22.5; 3. Katy Lewis, 96, 23:37.7 20-24: 1. Tim Myers, 2, 16:21.5; 2. Ray Ro- driguez, 18, 18:52.7; 3. Chris Scott, 35, 20:34.0 1. Jody Bishop, ll5, 24:10.6; 2. Eliza- beth Radloff, 139, 25:08.5; 3. Maggie Bintz, 141, 25:16.2 25-29: 1. Tim Foster, 6, 17:30.5; 2. Brian Davis, 11, 17:49.9; 3. Byron Beede, 12, 17:52.7 1. Kate Paul, 129, 24:41.5; 2. Heather Schwartzbauer, 147, 25:29.2 30-34: 1. Steve Campanelli, 3, 16:38.3; 2. Steve Clarke, 5, 17:09.8; 3. Todd Goth- berg, 10, 17:48.6 I. Terri Handy, 37, 20:37.5; 2. Kim Weinberg, 53, 21:20.6; 3. Kathryn Fura- no, 77, 22:47.7 35.39: 1. Dan Miller, 7, 17:35.1; 2. Larry Specht, 13, 18:06.6; 3. Dave Gladden, 21, 19:00.0 1. Penny Orr, 81, 22:53.1; 2. Joanne Merlo, 102, 23:44.3; 3. Sara Ruiz, 135, 25:02.0 40-44: I. Brent Ayer, 9, 17:38.1; 2. Francis Sellers, 23, 19:05.0; 3. Eric Howard, 24, 19:09.3 I. Leslie Bartoshesky, 86, 23:09.2; 2. Arleen LaPorte, 121, 24:28.4 ; 3. Doris Hicks, 131, 24:48.3 45-49: 1. Eric Gyaki, 17, 18:46.2; 2. Wayne Carroll, 27, 19:28.9; 3. Harry Nothacker, 36, 20:36.6 1. Patdce Wolff, 82, 22:54.6; 2. Dana Scheurer, 113, 24:00.6 ; 3. Ann Hurlock, 159, 26:08.9 50-54: I. Richard Broad, 40, 20:48.0; 2. Gary Marino, 43, 20:51.5; 3. Rich Abel, 60, 21:42.9 I. Sharyn Slick, 69, 22:13.3; 2. Mary Mason, 222, 38:40.0 55 - 59: 1. Dick Hipp, 29, 19:37.3; 2. Lou David, 87, 23:12.3; 3. Don Mensh, 93, 23:30.9 I. Pat David, 197, 29:11.6; 2. Marjorie Warshauer, 21 l, 31:51.1 60 - 64: I. John Sabel, 63, 21:55.3; 2. Douglas Vassilatos, 80, 22:51.4; 3. Bill Gowdy, 119, 24:21.7 I. Zoena Yannakakis, 208, 31:24.2 65 - 69: I. George Yannakakis, 46, 21:05.9; 2. Rex Enos, 105, 23:47.3 70 & over: 1. Bill Pease, 180, 26:50.7; 2. Gene Schneider, 209, 31:32.0 GARDEN CENTER DR. PAUL DAWSON...win- ner of the Mmr's Divimlon. SPLITS- Cape long jumper Kai Maull will be named to the first team All-State track & field squad this Tuesday evening at Brandy- wine Terrace in Claymont. The All-State Team is comprised of the athletes from both divisions that had the best performance. Maull, in his opening year at the sport, had the best leap in the state at the state championships, led the state honor roll with a 23'6.5", and broke the longtime Cape school record. Manll will compete at the Na- tional Scholastic Championships against the best high school long jumpers in the country on the evening of Saturday, June 14 at North Carolina State University. Maull has been over 23 feet regularly in practice and will have the opportunity of a lifetime at NC State...This Sunday morning the Grove Park will be rocking and rolling as the County Bank 5K run and 1 mile walk will take off at 8:30 a.m. The proceeds will go to the Cape band as they make some noise for the runners heading for the finish line inside the park. There will be a non-competitive 1 mile fun walk along with the 5K event, as well as medals being presented to the top three finishers in each 5K age group. Come down and enjoy a walk or a jog and support the Cape band at the County Bank 5K...over & out. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 - 77 !:!ua: iiil00r Iteas,,nal ie , 'r]icest 12" OSCI0000G 14 99 -, ,(# Three speed fan features whisper quiet operation, push button controls and adjustable neck angle. White grille and housing. 69204 U.S. FLAG SET Includes 3x5' flag and 6' sectional metal pole. 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