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Mbright be: tsout t cauHer to win Father's r 5K in Rehoboth Former Cape teacher and coach Eric Albright returned to the beach last weekend to record the biggest upset of the summer rac- ing season by sprinting past fa- vorite Greg Cauller with 100 yards to go in the local Father's Day 5K. Albright ran his final mile in just over five minutes to reel in the smooth-striding Cauller and hit the finish line to a cheering crowd in a time of 16 minutes 32.2 seconds Cauller, who has won just about every race entered at the beach, was timed in 16:47 to take second in the field of 220 runners. "I felt good through the mile (4:57), but by two miles I couldn't switch gears," said Cauller, who runs for Team Brooks "I had a pretty big lead on him, but he came after me pretty strong. Not to take anything away from his good race, but I just didn't run well and he did." Vicki Boyer won the women's overall title with a good race of 18:41.8, while second place went to former Cape star Cindy Price in a time of 19:50. Reu-ben Beau-champ won the men's master' s in 17:269, while Sharyn Slick is enjoying a free season with an- BOYER other women's master's win in 22:05.6. Albright, a former Brandywine all-state performer and Delaware Blue Hen runner, went on a win- ning tear in 1996 by winning sev- eral races and looked like he hadn't lost a step as he sprinted down Wilmington Avenue. "I live in Colorado now and haven't raced too much, but my training has been going all right," said Albright. "I had no idea how I would do today, but when I got to two miles I felt myself closing on him so I just took a shot at him." Albright went through two miles in just over 10:40 and found himself 15 seconds behind Cauller with under a mile to go. By one- half mile he was only 10 seconds back and with a one-quarter mile to go he had closed it to five sec- onds. "I saw him look back near three miles and I just started kicking." said Albright. "When I stopped being lazy and started running, he came back pretty quickly." AI- bright took the lead at three miles and kicked hard to the finish, where the cheering crowd watched one of the most dramatic finishes in the Seashore Strider Racing Series. Tim Bamforth CALLAWAY BIGGEST BIG BERTHA was S500 NOW $450 . CALLAWAY GREAT BIG BERTHA was S4OO NOW 8350 DYSSEY PUTTERS - ALL MODELS 10% OFF PING ISOPUR PUTTERS Reg. S 105 N0W $89.95 CALLAWAY, PING. ODYSSEY, PRECEPT Taylor-made Hats 10% OFF Fathers Day SK Rehoboth Beach 219 finishers Overall Champions Male: Eric Albright I, 16:32.2; Female: Vicki Boyer, 18, 18:41.8 RUNNING Master Champions Male: Reuben Beauchamp, 5, 17:26.9; Fe- male: Sharyn Slick, 63, 22:05.6 9 and under I. Joseph D'Amico, 62, 22:03.6; 2. Danny Carroll, 167, 28:32.9; 3. Chris Glen, 187, 30:10.0; I. Helena Melendez, 176, 28:58.8 10- 13: 1. Jay Hartnett, 27, 19:35.2; 2. Taylor Dono- hue, 48, 21:12.3; 3. P.J. Melendez, 61, 21:59.9; I. Tiffany Melendez, 50, 21:22.0; 2. Betsy Hicks, 113, 24:36.4; 3. Sarah Neff, 134, 25:31.8 14-19 I. Pat Boetteher, 3, 17:12.6; 2. Matthew Moore, 6, 17:36.3; 3. William Coreiro, 9, 17:59.5; 1. Brittany Morris, 55, 21:45.9; 2. Danielle Guerin, 64, 22:07.7; Beth Redden, 86, 23:08.2 20-24 I. Chad Langrehr,147,26:51.6; I. Cindy Price, 32, 19:50.7; 2. Missy Lebda,93, 23:30.7; Rachel Silbough, 105,24:04.5 75-29 I. Matt Marowski, 4, 17:18.9; 2. Eric Payne, 7, 17:50.5; 3. Ben Montgomery, 8, 17:53.9 1. Di- ane McCade, 79, 22:47.9; 2. Angele McMillon, 80, 22:50.8; 3. Susan Lower, 108, 24:17.2 3O-34 1. Peter Petroll, 13, 18:21.6; 2. Nell Semmel, 14, 18:25.5; 3. Tom Lyness, 15, 18:3 L0; I Amy Hummel, 41, 20:32.0; 2. Cathy Wilson, 76, 22:45.5; 3. Marianne Sullivan, 106, 24:12,5 35-39 1. Greg Canller, 2, 16:47.6; 2. Mike Martin, 10, 18:04.5; 3. Stuart Horsey, I1, 18:08.1; 1. Chris Coffin, 83, 22:55.4; 2. Margie Hartnett, 100, 23:45.0; 3. Deborah Bunker, 102, 23:48.5 40-44 1. David Travis, 33, 19:51.8; 2. Thomas Leckrone, 37, 20:19.4; 3. Ed Silverman, 39, 20:22.8; 1. Michelle On', 65, 22:10.3; 2. Beverly Palmer, 75, 22:44.3; 3. Joanne Merlo, 82, 22:54.4 45-49: I. Rick Poppleton, 19, 18:44.2; 2. Wayne Carroll, 29, 19:39.9; 3. Francis Sellers, 34, 19:53.8; 1. Linda Hopkins, 156, 27:30.4; 2. Car- ole Short, 173, 28:51.2; 3. Brenda Rossgreen, 195, 31:02.0 50-S4 I. John Weiss, 12, 18:09.1; 2. Henry Danver, 31, 19:45.0; 3. Braswell Willis, 68, 22:26.2; I. Priscilla Prunella, 103, 23:51.4; 2. Diane Fuchs, 127, 25:20.8; Karen Schneiderman, 188, 30:15.0 S5-59 I. Warren Prunella, 36, 20:07.7; 2. Dan Mar- vel, 49, 21:15.3; 3. Glen Collins, 54, 21:40.2; I. Marjorie Warshaner, 155, 27:17.7; 2. Lans gane, 201, 33:36.6 60-64 1. Ron Baunchalk, 59, 21:56.8; 2. Thomas Rooney, 90, 23:17.3; 3. Don Mensh, 92, 23:23.1; 1. Jaimie Woilard, 184, 29:55.2. 65-69 1. Rex Enos, 110, 24:29.9; 2. Elmer Brown, 116, 24:46.6; 3. AI Rogers, 136, 26:08.4 70 and over I. Gene Schneider, 196, 3h35.1 Championships with the USA team. Does Kai have a shot at the team? The task will be a tough one, but at this level you can't doubt any jumper who at anytime could unleash a big one, as Maull did to win this year's Penn Relays in 24 feet 9 inches .Speaking of unleashing a big one, sixth-seed Maurice English of South Carolina came into last week's National Scholastic Meet at North Carolina State jumping 23-0 and exploded for a meet record of 25-6 to steal the win. Maull jumped 23-10 and suffered a slight hamstring pull during warmups and failed to make the fi- nal. The night before he took eighth in the triple jump with a dis- tance of 47-3 in a field of 36 jumpers Greg Yeldell of North Carolina won the event in 51-6. Maull's next-year Clemson team- mates faired well as Ato Modibo won the 200 meters in 21.3 and the 400 in 46.0., while Todd Mathews took second in the 110-meter hur- dles in 13.8. Tower Hill's Mike Roberts had a tough meet by fail- ing to make the final in the triple jump and failing to clear opening height in the high jump. Special thanks go to Gina Konin of Lewes Continued on page 96 Splits - As I write this column, I find myself heading to St Louis through Cleveland and Chicago for the USA Junior Nationals, to be held this weekend at Southern Illinois University. Clemson- bound Kai Maull, who is sleeping through the flight, will jump in the invitational long jump on Friday morning against the best high school and college freshmen in the country. 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