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tl Runners Continued from page 29 three finishers' ages added togeth- er to equal 39 - not even making one masters runner. "I felt pretty good," said Franklin, who has been training on the Cape track while vacation- ing with her family and grandpar- ents in Bethany Beach. Franklin has qualified in four events for the upcoming Junior Olympics in- cluding the 800, 1,500, 3,000 and pole vault. "I placed eighth at the nationals in the 3,000 last year," Russell said. "That is my favorite distance to race." Fourth place in the female race went to Delaware Express runner Deja Richardson in 22:47, captur- ing the 9 and under group, while Jackie Isola won the master title in 23:17. Susan Dunn won the 25-29 age group in seventh with a time of 23:19, while Delaware Express runner Jazmine Lee finished eighth to take second in the 10-13 CAPE division in 23:38. Stephanie Hughes won the 35- 39 division in 24:14, while 50-54 champ Vicki Topel rounded out the top ten female finishers in 24:29. Vernon Powell, the sponsor of the female top 10 finisher prizes, presented six of the 10 gifts to fe- male runners in the 9 and under, 10-13 and 14-19 age groups mak- ing it a race for the youth of the future. Easy striding Enos Benbow, who graduated from Salisbury University last December, took GAZETI - Tuesday, July 25 - Thursday, July 27, 2006 - 31 the men's race in 16:56, ahead of Mike Sewell (17:23) and Breck Venderwende(17:44). "I'm working with my brother in his landscaping business during the day and training at night," Benbow said. "I guess I've been running about 45 miles a week. I'd like to run the Philadelphia Marathon in the fall if the race is not filled up." Lance Fargo took his first mas- ters title with a sixth place overall finish in 19:05. "Nobody that big should be able to run that fast," said Rick Popple- ton who runs all the races nearly 75 pounds lighter. Fourth place went to John Turssline in 18:48, while Delaware Express racerJaleel Co- hen rounded out the top five in 19:03 to win the 10-13 age group. A special shout out to former Cape Henlopen teacher Roxana Nelson .'who finished second in the 60-64 age group in 33:06. Nelson, primarily a very good walker, has began to mix running into her walk pace as she dropped over three minutes off of her 5K time. Lance Fargo takes a slight lead over Jaleel Cohen of Dover in the Seashore Strider 5K race Saturday, July 22. Cohen would eventually overtake Fargo to win the boys 10-13 age group while Fargo captured his first-ever master title. Below, 13-year-old Emily Forrey, who has dominated the female racing series this summer, runs to another first place in the Women's Distance Festival 5K. 9 7 DAYS ONLY! JULY 25 - AUGUST 1 LADLES' GOLF SHOES WATER PROOF GUARANTEE With Ad Limit 2 Per Person Exp. 8/1/06 $19- Golf Closeout Warehouse On a course this beautiful, k the biggest challenge is eepmg your eye on the ball. Nestled into the beautiful countryside of Long Neck, Delaware and just minutes from Rehoboth Beach, Baywood Greens has been called the "Augusta of the NortbY An "exclusively public" championship course, Baywood Greens offers all the amenities of a private club. Set in a quiet, rolling landscape, this spectacular course features Woodside and Waterside nines with timbered bridges, 27 acres of man- made ponds, three tunnels and a breath- taking array of meticulously maintained flowers, plants, shrubs and trees. Experience the irresistible beauty of golf at Baywood Greens. Call -- (302) 947-9800 or toll free (888) (' 844-2254 for golf reservations. GreeYIs