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64 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 7 - June 13, 1996 Annapolis Strider Jim Griffith wins County Bank 5K road race RUNNING Tim Bamforth Hall returned to the scene to take third in the 40-44 age group in 19:20 and my prediction will see Hall return to his old form and drop times dramatically... Series sponsor Wayne Carroll of the Jason Corporation was sec- ond in the 45-49 age group in 18:47, while Pat Hogan captured the 45-49 age group in 22:04...Dick Hipp ran a good time of 18:53 to win the 55-59 age group, while Dr. Lee "Sorry, I'm in surgery" Masser took third in the 60 & over age group in 25:05. Results The fourth stop on the Seashore Strider Racing Series took place in Rehoboth Beach last Sunday morning as the County Bank 5K attracted a crowd of 116 finishers. Thirty-six-year-old Jim Griffith of the Annapolis Stiders moved into the lead just before the two mile mark and never looked back to cross the finish line in a time of 16:23.1. Maureen Hall, 31, cruised to the overall women's championship with a 15th place finish in an excellent time of 18:28.0 to finish almost two min- utes ahead of the next female competitor. Paul Dawson of South Carolina continued to make the day long trip as he captured the Master Championship in a time of 17:08.8 by finishing in fourth place. Triathlon specialist Ginny Hitz won the women's Master Championship in a time of 20:23.9 for 32nd place. Highlights through the age- group awards are as follows: Maureen Hall becomes the fifth female already this summer to break the nineteen minute barrier and my goal by the end of the summer is to get all of them to- gether on the starting line(for more information on Hall, see Dave Frederick's column on page ??)...Eleven year old Seashore Strider John Hearn ran a personal record of 20:03, while teammate Matt Riggin ran his best of 21:55...Local Lewes lifeguard Ar- ic Boyd ran his first race of 21:00 and will take a shot at collegian track & field at University of North Carolina at Wilmington... Cape graduate Matt Marowski was second overall and the 25-29 champion...Cape teacher Pat Pol- lock ran 19:28 to shed a few pounds for second place in the 30- 34 age group...Millsboro's Herb Angle Moon photo Jim Gri//ith closes in on his roadracing victory 1. Kelly Myers, 72, 23:21; 2. Elizabeth Jackson, 103, 27:38; 3. Fay Fulton, 109, 20:05 35-39: 1. Glenn Kemp, 7, 17:22; 2. Larry Specht, 9, 18:00; 3. Peter Tracey, 12, 18:19 1. Dixie Martini, 57, 22:00; 2. Joanne Merlo, 64, 23:53; 3. Carla Eisch, 75, 24:00 40-44: 1. Alan Quillen, 19, 19:10; 2. Tome Carty, 20, 19:12; 3. Herb Hall, 22, 19:20 1. Jeri Myers, 44, 21:14; 2. De- bra Witowski, 64, 22:49; 3. Ann Jornlin, 66, 22:55 45-49: 1. Reuben Beauchamp, 5, 17:11; 2. Wayne Carroll, 16, 18:47; 3. Richard Dean, 29, 20:08 1. Pat Hogan, 58, 22:04; 2. Sharyn Slick, 60, 22:21; 3. Joan Swanson, 86, 25:07 50-54: 1. John Weiss, 13, 18:21; 2. Leo Strine, 84, 25:03; 3. Miles Weigold, 96, 26:12 1. Mary Mason, 113, 36:19 55-59: 1. Dick Hipp, 17, 18:53; 2. Glenn Collins, 25, 19:41; 3. Jim Bastian, 65, 22:51 60 & over: 1. Jim Lyons, 76, 24:07; 2. Robert Dieck, 77, 24:18; 3. Lee Masser, 85, 25:05 County Bank 5k Run Rehoboth Beach, De 116 finishers Overall Champions: Male: Jim Griffith, 1, 16:23.1 Female: Maureen Hall, 15, 18:28,0 Master Champions: Male: Paul Dawson, 4, 17:08.8 Female: Ginny Hitz, 32, 20:23.9 9 & Under: 1. Carly Ann Jornlin, 102, 27:16 10-13: 1. John Hearn, 28, 20:03; 2. Matt Riggin, 55, 21:55; 3. Kevin Jornlin, 92, 25:45 1. Regina Gaetano, 90, 25:35; 2. Gina D'Amico, 104, 27:42 14-19: 1. Donovan Anderson, 3, 16:50; 2. Nick Boggs, 8, 17:48; 3. Jason Jacques, 11, 18:18 1. Korin Miller, 35, 20:41; 2. Mafia Gaetano, 38, 20:48; 3. Liz Witowski, 50, 21:30 20-24: 1. Kevin Peters, 36, 20:46; 2. Aric Boyd, 41, 21:00 1. Maggie Bintz, 99, 26:54 25-29: i. Matt Marowski, 2, 16:39; 2. Marc Vandervalk, 6, 17:19; 3. Gary Stulir, 10, 18:10 1. Kristen O'Connell, 51, 21:47; 2. Rachel Hughes, 105, 27:54; 3. Sharon Peters6rb 105, 27:54 30-34: \\; 1. Kip Pagach, 18, 18:55; 2. Pat Pollock, 24, 19:28; 3. Rob Mc- Cleary, 42, 21:04 \\; HERSHEY KISS T & F...Track nut friend Sam Wylie and myself will host The Hershey Track & Field Sussex County Championships this Sunday at 2 p.m. from Cape Henlopen High School. Athletes must be between the ages of 9-14 and can compete in the following events: 50m, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1600m, 400m relay, softball throw, and standing long jump. The top three finishers in each event will advance to the state fi- nals to be held at Lake Forest High School in early July. There is no entry fee for the ath- letes, just he at the track by 1 p.m. to go through the wildest pre-reg- istration you've ever seen. SPLITS...Tomorrow morning, June 8, in Smyrna, I will direct the second annual Shamrock Runa- muc 5k run hosted by Tully's Bar and Rolling Rock. Last year's event attracted 26 runners and 25 walkers for the even t and organiz- er Scan McCormick is hoping to double the size for this year...On Sunday morning, June 9th, will be the Grotto Pizza 5K Run begin- ning at 8:30 a.m. from the Grotto Grand Slam in Lewes. Runners can register race-day from 7:30 a.m. to 8:20 a.m. at the Grotto location on Route One. The course will be run from Grot- to's to the shoulder of Route 275 and will turn around in the Planta- tions Development. Plantations, unlike beautiful Gosling Creek, has granted this public, non profit, charitable event permission to use there de- velopment as a turn-a-round point for in which runners consisting of all classes of local people will en- ter and exit their land all in a mat- ter of eight minutes. The Seashore Strider Racing Series thank owner Frank Mur- phy, along with fitness man Tony Summers for their cooperation ...over & out.. , LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE 1130 Highway One 5 Points, Lewes, Delaware Fresh Catfish  [ $4.99 Ib fillets "= ' )lOW OPEN DALLY: Retail & Wholesale Open Sun.- Thurs.- 11- 7 All YNrl F.  Sat- 10- S 644-0708 /n Call Bluewater today and you could be swimming in your custom in-ground pool in I month.* ...Or, ff you'd prefer an above ground pool, we can have it installed in as little as 2 weeks!* BLUEWATER POOLS & SPAS