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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 - 131 Run for Danielle 5K attracts 233 runners to Lewes The sixth chapter of the Run For Danielle [Guerin] 5K and one- mile walk took to the streets in downtown Lewes last Sunday morning bringing out a nice holi- day crowd of 218 runners and 15 walkers. The event took off from Cape Henlopen High School and trav- eled to Fourth Street by way of Savannah Road, while returning to the school on Kings Highway. The course was a change from the normal track stadium finish due to construction and started and fin- ished on the bus circle behind the school. Rehoboth Beach Patrol member Troy Bockius, 27, took the early lead and crossed the line over one minute ahead of his nearest com- petitor in a time of 16:32, while young Dillon Gracey, 17, was sec- ond in 17:33. A nice surprise finishing in third was Sharon Lemberger, the first female across the line in 17:49 for the second best time ever recorded and a new 30-34 year old record. Leslie Wright rounded out the top three male runners as he cap- tured the master category in a time of 17:59. Master runner Cindy Conant finished second overall in 20:28, while 23-year-old Mairin Burke ran 20:45 to round out the top three finishers. Local Margaret Colvin took the female master division in a time of 23:36. Cape High's Amy Mallamo was awarded the Danielle Guerin Memorial Scholar- ship with $1,000. Golf RUNNING John Yanacek picked up where he left off last season as he cap- tured the Clydesdale division in 20:18, while Wendy McPartland wor/the Filly division in 26:58. SPLITS - A nice crowd with lots of familiar names in the event means lots of stories. Local Patrick Beebe won the battle of the local river boat pilots as he looked smooth in 18:20 ahead of Dan MacElrevey's 18:40. Several Cape High School athletes took part led by Cory Schab who won the first Cape Henlopen Finisher Award with a good time of 19:39. Schab has amazingly never competed for the Viking cross country, indoor track or outdoor track teams, but can wing a lacrosse ball with the best. Dad Bill Schab finished 209th in 36:19. Another Cape athlete, Bo Pratt, brother of former Strider youth star runner Elizabeth Pratt, ran a time of 20:24; Alex Makowski has been steadily improving for the past year as he ran 20:00 this time out; Richard Tikiob is in the best shape of his life and since he stopped talking and carrying a camera he has been turning in im- pressive races while he ran 21:08 this time out; Ashley Johnson is coming off a state title with Cae- sar Rodney where she turned in a 21:33; scholarship winner Amy Mallamo ran 22:52, while the Striders welcomed back Bev Palmer from Seaford who has Continued from page 130 Hertel is a senior who this fall wiil be tak- ing advantage of a nice five-figure scholar- ship to Seton Hall University for his aca- demic achievements. "It certainly wasn't for my golf," he said with a smile. He played his usually steady golf, by "scraping it around". In the second round, Hertel shot a 40 on the front nine, with 4 bogeys and 5 pars. "On the back nine I opened up with 2 pars, but then I couldn't hit the ball straight. I don't know why. I did get up and down for par on the 18th hole to go one stroke better than the day before, so that was a little bit of consolation." Hastings was pleased but a little critical about his play in his first state champi- omhip. "! couldn't make any puas today. I made one from 30 feet for a birdie on the seveatit hole. bttt otimr than that i made been battling leg injuries since last season; 12-year-old Brittany Mor- ris and 20-year-old Brittany Mor- ris finished only one place apart and I wonder if it was planned. Cape High School's Brian Don- ahue turned in another personal record of 25:11, while Rebecca Forney ran 29:19 and everyone wondered why her husband was- n't running. Jen Reynolds is prepping for the annual Dave Reynolds Biathlon with her 32:50, while 54-year-old Phil Jackson ran 35:14 and is im- pressive in the way he just gives his best each time out. Angels were in the air and our angel Daniellc was smiling down on the crowd and running free! Run For DanieHe 5K Results Overall champions: Male - Troy Bock- ius, 1, 16:32; Female - Sharon Lemberger, 3, 17:49 Second overall: Male - Dillon Gracey, 2, 17:33; Female - Cindy Conant, 31,20:28 Master champions: Male - Leslie Wright, 4, 17:59; Female - Margaret Colvin, 76, 23:36 Clyde/Filly 1. John Yanacek, 27, 20:18; 2. Philip Kir- by, 45, 21:30; 3. Mike Hitch, 53, 22:08 1. Wendy McPartland, 136, 26:58; 2. Billy Jo Hamer, 137, 27:03; 3. Sue Dubre, 142, 27:25 9 and under 1. Meghan Hubley, 181, 30:16; 2. Ade- laide Powell, 218, 43:23 10-13 1. Alexander Lee, 46, 21:31; 2. Jonah Goldman, 55, 22:28; 3. Stephen Fehr, 147, 27:37 1. Jackie Phillips, 48, 21:38; 2. Melissa McPartland, 58, 22:32; 3. Tess Lynch, 88, 24:11 14-19 1. Mitch Fryling, 6, 18:27; 2. Tim Young, 7, 18:35; 3. Chris Alien, 8, 18:35 1. Ashley Johnson, 47, 21:33; 2. Amy Mallamo, 64, 22:52; 3. Caitlin McPartland, 65, 22:54 20-24 1. Mathew Dunn, 13, 19:01; 2. Matt Lin- dell, 23, 19:45; 3. Jason Jacques, 28, 20:20 1. Mairin Burke, 34, 20:45; 2. Brittany Morris, 106, 25:05; 3. Brittany Croll, 113, 25:22 25-29 1. Erik Bolton, 14, 19:08; 2. Jude Szczer- ba, 18, 19:26; 3. Paul Jones, 37, 21:05 1. Sheila Carroll, 42, 21:22; 2. Susan Dunn, 85, 23:58; 3. Ellen Quinn, 99, 24:45. 30-34 1. Patrick Beebe, 5, 18:20; 2. Chris Schreiner, 12, 19:00; 3. Breck Vander- wende, 15, 19:11 1. Jennifer Mulveny, 61, 22:39; 2. Sue Boyer, 96, 24:40; 3. Dawn Outten, 138, 27:05 35-39 1. Dan MacEIrevey, 9, 18:40; 2. Seth Goldman, 16, 19:17; 3. Chris Carulli, 17, 19:21 1. Kim Klabe-Schell, 74, 23:23; 2. Robbin nothing from inside 10 feet. I could've shot in the high 70s if a couple putts fell." Lee was a bit crestfallen about his play on the second day. "I was playing a bogey kind of round, kind of like the day before, but then I had a double-double-double finish." In one respect, Lee's disappointment did- n't equate to any significant alteration in the team's chances. Cape was in fifth place overall after the first round, behind eventu- al winner Tatnall, AT DuPont, Salesianum, and St. Marks. The Vikings' steady play, with each player's second round within two strokes of the first day's totals, wasn't matched by several schools, many of whose players were far more erratic. The Vikings' final 667 total was 14 strokes better than the 6th place team, Char- mr-Wilmington, and 21 strokes better than the next best downstate team from Milford. The one bright spot for the Buccaneers was the first-place championship won by An- &ew Geyer, with a 3-under par 141. Dave Frederick photos Run for Danielle 5K male and female overall winners were Troy Bockius, left, and Sharon Lemberger. Dunn, 102, 24:53; 3. Susan Wollard, 114, 25:23 4O-44 1. Dan Miller, 10, 18:47; 2. Karl Cover, 11, 18:56; 3. Peter Tracy, 20, 19:38 1. Rita Regan, 115, 25:25; 2. Lidia Smith, 121, 25:51; 3. Cindy Dominik, 130, 26:29 45-49 1. John Hill, 36, 21:01; 2. Richard Tikiob, 39, 21:08; 3. tim Pepper, 62, 22:46 1. Kim Tuschak, 97, 24:42; 2. Doris Hicks, 151,27:48; 3. Joan Faull, 167, 28:45 50-54 1. Rick Poppleton, 26, 20;01; 2. Richard Feinstein, 33, 20:36; 3. Pete Murray, 57, 22:31 1. Bev Palmer, 104, 24:54; 2. Arlene La- Porte, 118, 25:36; 3. Jean Hendrickson, 152, 27:49 55-59 1. Gary Marino, 43, 21:26; 2. Tim Abbott, 49, 21:40; 3. Mike Richardson, 51, 21:52 1. Franies Esposito, 211, 37:10 60-64 1. Dick Hipp, 68, 23:00; 2. Don Marvel, 70, 23:05; 3. Paul Kiefer, 112, 25:21 1. Sandi Robers, 124, 25:56; 2. Sherry Davis, 199, 32:24; 3. Sandra Davies, 210, 36:22 65-69 1. Jim Kenney, 100, 24:49; 2. Jack Noel, 116, 25:30 3. Ron Baunchalk, 25, 25:58 1. Jamie Wollard, 191, 31:06 70 and over 1. Rex Enos, 1"66, 28:42; 2. Ed Green, 177, 29:53; 3: Jim Lyons, 152, 52:22 1-mile walk 1. Jennifer Padgett; 2. Deanna Kline; 3. Susan Donahue RUSTY RUDEER 10K, 5K - The Highway One Group (dewey- beachlife.com) and Marathon Sports Event Management will Head Coach Corey Groll noted that Cape was not only the best team among the downstate competition, but also said that the squad's fifth place finish in the state championship showed that its Henlopen North Division and Conference titles were no flukes. "This season highly exceeded my expectations," he said. Head golf professional Tim Mumford said the rainy weather in the days preceding the tournament made things a little dicey, but he said the club's maintenance crew worked hard, helped by the membership. "I was real proud of our members for the way they chipped in to help prepare the course. We were here really early [the first morn- ing], cutting everything, and several mem- bers helped out a lot." LADY GOLFERS - The team of Sandra Bunting, Nancy Evans and Ruth Henderson took fwst place at the May 25 18-Hok Lady Golfers event at Sussex Pines Country host the June 6 Rusty Rudder 10K and 5K run/walk. This event will kick off the Seven Sisters of Dewey Beach Summer Running and Walking Series 2004 and will take place at 8 a.m. at the Rusty Rudder Restaurant on Dickinson Street in Dewey Beach. A portion of the race proceeds will benefit Beebe Vision 2005 Capital Campaign. Special awards will be given in the 5K for Beach House Team Competition. The 10K will feature individual awards to overall male and female winners and top three in ten-year age groups, 18 and under through 70 and over. The 5K run/walk will award prizes to overall male and female, plus top two in five- year age groups, 13 and under through 70 and over. There will be awards for top three male and female walkers. The registration fee is $16 in advance, or $20 the day of the event. There will be a post-race party with food and refreshments on the Rusty Rudder deck follow- ing the races. For more informa- tion or to register, visit the website races2run.com, or call 302-654- 6400. i Club, with a net score of 55. In second place were Shirley Rieder, Bernie Reid, Kay Gremminger and Kitty Bloxon with 56; and sharing third place with a 58 were the teams of Janet Griffith, Phyllis Green, Ann Barbazette and Catherine Goody, and Ann Lewis, Sheila Hilbeck, Florence Smith and Helen Marrana. RAVEN OPEN - The annual Raven Open, a Pro-Celebrity golf tournament and dinner auction will be held Wednesday, June 16, with a 1 p.m., shotgun start at Sus- sex Pines Country Club in Georgetown. The cost is $100 per golfer or $380 per foursome and includes 18 holes of golf, greens fees, prize bag and T-shirt, a pre- golf, hotdog lunch, a sports memorabilia raffle and auction, a buffet dinner and spe- cial prizes and awards. Sponsorships are available. The tmmmment benefits Sussex Tech athletics. For more information or to become a amm', call 854-2818. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 - 131 Run for Danielle 5K attracts 233 runners to Lewes The sixth chapter of the Run For Danielle [Guerin] 5K and one- mile walk took to the streets in downtown Lewes last Sunday morning bringing out a nice holi- day crowd of 218 runners and 15 walkers. The event took off from Cape Henlopen High School and trav- eled to Fourth Street by way of Savannah Road, while returning to the school on Kings Highway. The course was a change from the normal track stadium finish due to construction and started and fin- ished on the bus circle behind the school. Rehoboth Beach Patrol member Troy Bockius, 27, took the early lead and crossed the line over one minute ahead of his nearest com- petitor in a time of 16:32, while young Dillon Gracey, 17, was sec- ond in 17:33. A nice surprise finishing in third was Sharon Lemberger, the first female across the line in 17:49 for the second best time ever recorded and a new 30-34 year old record. Leslie Wright rounded out the top three male runners as he cap- tured the master category in a time of 17:59. Master runner Cindy Conant finished second overall in 20:28, while 23-year-old Mairin Burke ran 20:45 to round out the top three finishers. Local Margaret Colvin took the female master division in a time of 23:36. Cape High's Amy Mallamo was awarded the Danielle Guerin Memorial Scholar- ship with $1,000. Golf RUNNING John Yanacek picked up where he left off last season as he cap- tured the Clydesdale division in 20:18, while Wendy McPartland wor/the Filly division in 26:58. SPLITS - A nice crowd with lots of familiar names in the event means lots of stories. Local Patrick Beebe won the battle of the local river boat pilots as he looked smooth in 18:20 ahead of Dan MacElrevey's 18:40. Several Cape High School athletes took part led by Cory Schab who won the first Cape Henlopen Finisher Award with a good time of 19:39. Schab has amazingly never competed for the Viking cross country, indoor track or outdoor track teams, but can wing a lacrosse ball with the best. Dad Bill Schab finished 209th in 36:19. Another Cape athlete, Bo Pratt, brother of former Strider youth star runner Elizabeth Pratt, ran a time of 20:24; Alex Makowski has been steadily improving for the past year as he ran 20:00 this time out; Richard Tikiob is in the best shape of his life and since he stopped talking and carrying a camera he has been turning in im- pressive races while he ran 21:08 this time out; Ashley Johnson is coming off a state title with Cae- sar Rodney where she turned in a 21:33; scholarship winner Amy Mallamo ran 22:52, while the Striders welcomed back Bev Palmer from Seaford who has Continued from page 130 Hertel is a senior who this fall wiil be tak- ing advantage of a nice five-figure scholar- ship to Seton Hall University for his aca- demic achievements. "It certainly wasn't for my golf," he said with a smile. He played his usually steady golf, by "scraping it around". In the second round, Hertel shot a 40 on the front nine, with 4 bogeys and 5 pars. "On the back nine I opened up with 2 pars, but then I couldn't hit the ball straight. I don't know why. I did get up and down for par on the 18th hole to go one stroke better than the day before, so that was a little bit of consolation." Hastings was pleased but a little critical about his play in his first state champi- omhip. "! couldn't make any puas today. I made one from 30 feet for a birdie on the seveatit hole. bttt otimr than that i made been battling leg injuries since last season; 12-year-old Brittany Mor- ris and 20-year-old Brittany Mor- ris finished only one place apart and I wonder if it was planned. Cape High School's Brian Don- ahue turned in another personal record of 25:11, while Rebecca Forney ran 29:19 and everyone wondered why her husband was- n't running. Jen Reynolds is prepping for the annual Dave Reynolds Biathlon with her 32:50, while 54-year-old Phil Jackson ran 35:14 and is im- pressive in the way he just gives his best each time out. Angels were in the air and our angel Daniellc was smiling down on the crowd and running free! Run For DanieHe 5K Results Overall champions: Male - Troy Bock- ius, 1, 16:32; Female - Sharon Lemberger, 3, 17:49 Second overall: Male - Dillon Gracey, 2, 17:33; Female - Cindy Conant, 31,20:28 Master champions: Male - Leslie Wright, 4, 17:59; Female - Margaret Colvin, 76, 23:36 Clyde/Filly 1. John Yanacek, 27, 20:18; 2. Philip Kir- by, 45, 21:30; 3. Mike Hitch, 53, 22:08 1. Wendy McPartland, 136, 26:58; 2. Billy Jo Hamer, 137, 27:03; 3. Sue Dubre, 142, 27:25 9 and under 1. Meghan Hubley, 181, 30:16; 2. Ade- laide Powell, 218, 43:23 10-13 1. Alexander Lee, 46, 21:31; 2. Jonah Goldman, 55, 22:28; 3. Stephen Fehr, 147, 27:37 1. Jackie Phillips, 48, 21:38; 2. Melissa McPartland, 58, 22:32; 3. Tess Lynch, 88, 24:11 14-19 1. Mitch Fryling, 6, 18:27; 2. Tim Young, 7, 18:35; 3. Chris Alien, 8, 18:35 1. Ashley Johnson, 47, 21:33; 2. Amy Mallamo, 64, 22:52; 3. Caitlin McPartland, 65, 22:54 20-24 1. Mathew Dunn, 13, 19:01; 2. Matt Lin- dell, 23, 19:45; 3. Jason Jacques, 28, 20:20 1. Mairin Burke, 34, 20:45; 2. Brittany Morris, 106, 25:05; 3. Brittany Croll, 113, 25:22 25-29 1. Erik Bolton, 14, 19:08; 2. Jude Szczer- ba, 18, 19:26; 3. Paul Jones, 37, 21:05 1. Sheila Carroll, 42, 21:22; 2. Susan Dunn, 85, 23:58; 3. Ellen Quinn, 99, 24:45. 30-34 1. Patrick Beebe, 5, 18:20; 2. Chris Schreiner, 12, 19:00; 3. Breck Vander- wende, 15, 19:11 1. Jennifer Mulveny, 61, 22:39; 2. Sue Boyer, 96, 24:40; 3. Dawn Outten, 138, 27:05 35-39 1. Dan MacEIrevey, 9, 18:40; 2. Seth Goldman, 16, 19:17; 3. Chris Carulli, 17, 19:21 1. Kim Klabe-Schell, 74, 23:23; 2. Robbin nothing from inside 10 feet. I could've shot in the high 70s if a couple putts fell." Lee was a bit crestfallen about his play on the second day. "I was playing a bogey kind of round, kind of like the day before, but then I had a double-double-double finish." In one respect, Lee's disappointment did- n't equate to any significant alteration in the team's chances. Cape was in fifth place overall after the first round, behind eventu- al winner Tatnall, AT DuPont, Salesianum, and St. Marks. The Vikings' steady play, with each player's second round within two strokes of the first day's totals, wasn't matched by several schools, many of whose players were far more erratic. The Vikings' final 667 total was 14 strokes better than the 6th place team, Char- mr-Wilmington, and 21 strokes better than the next best downstate team from Milford. The one bright spot for the Buccaneers was the first-place championship won by An- &ew Geyer, with a 3-under par 141. Dave Frederick photos Run for Danielle 5K male and female overall winners were Troy Bockius, left, and Sharon Lemberger. Dunn, 102, 24:53; 3. Susan Wollard, 114, 25:23 4O-44 1. Dan Miller, 10, 18:47; 2. Karl Cover, 11, 18:56; 3. Peter Tracy, 20, 19:38 1. Rita Regan, 115, 25:25; 2. Lidia Smith, 121, 25:51; 3. Cindy Dominik, 130, 26:29 45-49 1. John Hill, 36, 21:01; 2. Richard Tikiob, 39, 21:08; 3. tim Pepper, 62, 22:46 1. Kim Tuschak, 97, 24:42; 2. Doris Hicks, 151,27:48; 3. Joan Faull, 167, 28:45 50-54 1. Rick Poppleton, 26, 20;01; 2. Richard Feinstein, 33, 20:36; 3. Pete Murray, 57, 22:31 1. Bev Palmer, 104, 24:54; 2. Arlene La- Porte, 118, 25:36; 3. Jean Hendrickson, 152, 27:49 55-59 1. Gary Marino, 43, 21:26; 2. Tim Abbott, 49, 21:40; 3. Mike Richardson, 51, 21:52 1. Franies Esposito, 211, 37:10 60-64 1. Dick Hipp, 68, 23:00; 2. Don Marvel, 70, 23:05; 3. Paul Kiefer, 112, 25:21 1. Sandi Robers, 124, 25:56; 2. Sherry Davis, 199, 32:24; 3. Sandra Davies, 210, 36:22 65-69 1. Jim Kenney, 100, 24:49; 2. Jack Noel, 116, 25:30 3. Ron Baunchalk, 25, 25:58 1. Jamie Wollard, 191, 31:06 70 and over 1. Rex Enos, 1"66, 28:42; 2. Ed Green, 177, 29:53; 3: Jim Lyons, 152, 52:22 1-mile walk 1. Jennifer Padgett; 2. Deanna Kline; 3. Susan Donahue RUSTY RUDEER 10K, 5K - The Highway One Group (dewey- beachlife.com) and Marathon Sports Event Management will Head Coach Corey Groll noted that Cape was not only the best team among the downstate competition, but also said that the squad's fifth place finish in the state championship showed that its Henlopen North Division and Conference titles were no flukes. "This season highly exceeded my expectations," he said. Head golf professional Tim Mumford said the rainy weather in the days preceding the tournament made things a little dicey, but he said the club's maintenance crew worked hard, helped by the membership. "I was real proud of our members for the way they chipped in to help prepare the course. We were here really early [the first morn- ing], cutting everything, and several mem- bers helped out a lot." LADY GOLFERS - The team of Sandra Bunting, Nancy Evans and Ruth Henderson took fwst place at the May 25 18-Hok Lady Golfers event at Sussex Pines Country host the June 6 Rusty Rudder 10K and 5K run/walk. This event will kick off the Seven Sisters of Dewey Beach Summer Running and Walking Series 2004 and will take place at 8 a.m. at the Rusty Rudder Restaurant on Dickinson Street in Dewey Beach. A portion of the race proceeds will benefit Beebe Vision 2005 Capital Campaign. Special awards will be given in the 5K for Beach House Team Competition. The 10K will feature individual awards to overall male and female winners and top three in ten-year age groups, 18 and under through 70 and over. The 5K run/walk will award prizes to overall male and female, plus top two in five- year age groups, 13 and under through 70 and over. There will be awards for top three male and female walkers. The registration fee is $16 in advance, or $20 the day of the event. There will be a post-race party with food and refreshments on the Rusty Rudder deck follow- ing the races. For more informa- tion or to register, visit the website races2run.com, or call 302-654- 6400. i Club, with a net score of 55. In second place were Shirley Rieder, Bernie Reid, Kay Gremminger and Kitty Bloxon with 56; and sharing third place with a 58 were the teams of Janet Griffith, Phyllis Green, Ann Barbazette and Catherine Goody, and Ann Lewis, Sheila Hilbeck, Florence Smith and Helen Marrana. RAVEN OPEN - The annual Raven Open, a Pro-Celebrity golf tournament and dinner auction will be held Wednesday, June 16, with a 1 p.m., shotgun start at Sus- sex Pines Country Club in Georgetown. The cost is $100 per golfer or $380 per foursome and includes 18 holes of golf, greens fees, prize bag and T-shirt, a pre- golf, hotdog lunch, a sports memorabilia raffle and auction, a buffet dinner and spe- cial prizes and awards. Sponsorships are available. The tmmmment benefits Sussex Tech athletics. For more information or to become a amm', call 854-2818.