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90 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 County Bank race takqe:; 112 runners through Henlopen Acres Maull prepping for national scholastics and USDA nationals .The second five-miler of the summer was held last Sunday morning, June 14, through the streets of Henlopen Acres in Re- hoboth Beach, with Jason Cook winning the male title in 28 min- utes 17 seconds and Carillee Rogers winning the female title in 36:05. The first year course was very attractive to the 112 finishers as it took in plenty of shade, scenery, and rolling hills inside of picturesque Henblopen Acres. Frederick, Md.'s Brent Ayer took third in 29:21, while Lancast- er, Pa.'s Sharyn Slick finished 44th in 36:35 to win the master categories. 53-year-old John Weiss ran a nice race to finish sixth in 29:57, while Cape's Brian Kniepp was second in his age group with a 32:42. 61-year-old Ron Baun- chalk ran just over a seven-minute pace in 35:53, while 16-year-old Cole Pavlik ran 38:15. 16-year- old Danielle Guerin ran under an eight-minute pace in 39:14, while I 1-year-old Betsy Hicks shaved seven minutes off her first five- miler to a personal record (PR) in a time of 40:24. Tim Bamforth KNIVES SPYDERCO SWISS ARMY COLD STEEL PAINT BALL SUPPLIES Results County Bank 5 Miler Rehoboth Beach I 12 finishers Overan Champions: Male: Jason Cook, 1, 28:17.6; Female: Car- illee Rogers, 39, 36:05.5 Master Champions: Male: Blent Ayer, 3, 29:21.2; Female: Sharyn Slick. 44, 36:35.6 10-13: 1. Jay Hartnett, 23, 34:02; I. Betsy Hicks, 69, 40:25 14-19: I. Nick Boggs, 5, 29:55; 2. Brian Kneipp, 14, 32:43; 3. Mark Doughty, 19, 33:27; 1. Cole Pavlik, 52, 38:16; 2. Danielle Guerin, 61, 39:15; 3. Elizabeth Redden, 73, 40:43 20-24: I. Chad Culver, 25, 34:09; 1. Erika Fields, 71, 40:39 RUNNING 25-29: I. Eric Payne, 4, 29:30; 2. Dan Sheridan, 9, 31:29; 3. Robert Berry, 18, 33:15: I. Angela McMillion, 78, 41 : 12; 2. Dana Fuqua. 96, 47:49 30-34: I. Peter Petroll, I0, 31:45; 2. K.I. Pagacb, 15, 32:45; 3. Dale Mann, 33, 35:22; 1. Cathy Wilson, 50, 37:45; 2. Donna Hilderbrandt, 53, 38:17 3. Marianne Sullivan, 72, 40:41 35-39: 1. Bernie Guy, 2, 28:36; 2. Stuart Horsey, 7, 29:59; 3. Pete Chiarelli, 20, 33:38; 1. Margie Harcnett, 66, 39:58; 2. Deborah Bunker, 70, 40:30; 3. Annette Evangelisti, 92, 46:46 40-44: I. Gordon Lante, 8, 31:15, 2. Rusty LaPorte, 12, 32:13; 3. Bill Creasey, 26, 34:14; 1. Beverly Palmer, 46, 37:26; 2. Doris Hicks, 74, 40:52; 3. Terri Moore, 83, 43:31 45-49: I. Rick Poppleton, 1 I, 31:48; 2. Wayne Car- roll, 16, 32:48; 3. Kim Butler, 17, 32:57 50-54: 1. John Weiss, 6, 29:58; 2. Gary Marino, 28, 34:23; 3. Timothy Eder, 43, 36:34; 1. Priscilla Prunella, 65, 39:57; 2. Ann Orr, 100, 49:14; 3. Karen Schneiderman, 102, 49:19 55-59: 1. Bob Dagostino, 13, 32:19; 2. Warren Prunella, 21, 33:47; 3. Carl Kane, 32, 35:09; I. Marjorie Warshauer, 86, 45:02; 2. Ruth Perisaznick, 104, 49:42; 3. Pat David, 107, 50:51 60-64: I. Ron Baunchalk, 37, 35:54; 2. Don Mensch, 56, 38:40; 3. Jim Lyons, 60, 39:06; I. Jaimie Wollard, 98, 49:09 65 & Over: I. AI Rogers, 79, 41;37; 2. Bill Pease, 89, 46:00; 3. Gene Schneider, 109, 51:57 Hundreds in Hershey meet Several hundred athletes took part in the local Sussex County Hershey Championships last Sun- day afternoon, June 14, at Cape Henlopen High School with the top-three finishers in each event qualifying to compete in the state finals to be held at 10 a.m., July 11, at Lake Forest High School. Winners of the state events could qualify for an all-expenses- paid trip to compete at the Hershey Nationals in mid-August. Last year in the 400-meter relay, Seashore Strider members Netti Choice, Laura Olenderski, Bethany Pavlik and Chelsea Palmer qualified to compete and went on to finish fifth in the coun- try with a time of 1:01.8. This year Olenderski and Pavlik added to my gray hair as they ar- rived at the meet straight from a Smyrna American Softball Asso- ciation (ASA) state softball tour- ney only five minutes before the 9- 10-year-old 400 relay. Both ath- letes dashed to the long jump for one jump and then lined up with their relay only to blaze around the oval in 1:02.3. The foursome turned in a time faster than the 11- 12 girls, 9-10 boys, and 13-14 boys in the relay, as I just shook my head and thanked Dave Pavlik and Cathy Olenderski for getting them to the starting line. "Can we go back to our game now, coach B.?" Sure girls, have a good time...as they dashed back to Smyrna for game three. Youth ath- letics, is it fun or what? REHOBOTH BAY SAILING ASSOC:IATION *Now Accepting Applications For Sailing School* No Experience Necessary We Offer Lessons With Experienced Instructors Beginner & Intermediate Classes Available Classes Held Monday-Friday FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL: 1302} 227,S008 ***Private Lessons Are Available*** ***Memberships Are Available*** TICKET INF( )RMATION P.O. Box 483 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Local Results 9-10 Girls 50 meters: I. Nettle Choice, 8.2; 2. Jessica Rogers, 8.3; 3. Tina Herzog, 8.6 100: I. Chelsea Palmer, 14.5; 2. Jessica Rogers, 16.3; 3. Christine McDonald, 16.9 200: 1. Bethany Pavlik, 33.9 400: 1. Allison Young, 1:32.0 400 Relay: 1. Netti Choice, Laura Olenderski, Bethany Pavlik, Chelsea Palmer, 1:02.3; 2. Idler, Nenstiehl, Kilmor, Johnson- 1:10.4; 3. Barry ll- IO / Choice, Elizabeth Carpenter, Allison Young, Tina Herzog, 1 : 10.6 Softball "Irow: 1. Heather Rogers, 92' 6"; 2. Jessica Rogers, 91' 4 liT'; 3. Amanda Deloy and Christine McDonald Standing Long Jump: 1. Tina Herzog, 6'9"; 2. Chelsea Palmer, 6'8"; 3. Bethany Pavlik, 6'7" Boys 50 meters: 1. Dontez Collins, 7.7; 3. Michael Hearn, 9.3 Continued on page 101 QUALITY ROOFING SUPPLY CO. #91!,o!,T! N Everything the ;i Commercial Contractor Needs '::' '!!::'.. .. 1572 HWY ONE LEWES, DE 002) 644-4115 GLOCK Excellent Condition Model 17 9 mm 1?'-shot  FACTOFIYREBUILT Includes 2 Hi-Capacity Magazines I Highway One in the Midway Village Shops Mon. - Fri. 12:00 Noon to 6:00 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening 7:10 - 9 p.m. FAX 644-2066 645-8350 The 5eaehore St, rider Racing 5eriee PreeenCs... THE 3rid ANNUAL OllJL I)E(INAN.E.oRIAt 5K RUN & WALK Sunday, June 28 8:30 a.m. Cape Henlopen High School Donations Welcome! (Please make checks out to Seashore Striders) ALL PROCEEDS FROM RUN/WALK BENEFIT '"[HE BILL DEGNAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND" Congratulations to 1998 Winners Kai Maul/& Jennifer Maul/ PRE-RUN ENTRY FEE*: $10.00 ea. RACE DAY ENTRY FEE*: $12.00 ea. WALK ENTRY FEE* $8.00 ea. (*Each Walk/Run Participants must fill out an entry form.) Please call The Seashore Striders Race Hotline for further ticket information: 947-1772