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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 1 - August 7, 1997 - 85 Seashore Striders to host first cross country camp For the next two weeks at Kil- lens Pond State Park, young cross country athletes all over the state will be getting a jump start on the upcoming season by taking part in the first annual Seashore Strider Youth Cross Country Camps. I was contacted by former coaching buddy Steve Pickering, who has started his own youth club in the Dover area, and-asked to direct the camps which are sponsored by the City of Dover Parks and Recreation and the Delaware Parks and Recreation Division, and put on in coopera- tion with the Seashore Striders. The camps are divided into two one week sessions with athletes in grades 3-8 this school year taking part from Monday, Aug. 4 through Friday, Aug. 8. Athletes in grades 9-12 during this upcom- ing year, or in high school, will take part from Monday, Aug. 11 through Friday, Aug. 15. Both camps will run from 9 a.m. to noon, with basic fundamentals of running, starts, hills, racing tech- niques, diet, proper footwear be- ing a few of the topics that will be , introduced. The staff is made up of the following Henlopen Con- ference coaches: Charlie Bell- Caesar Rodney; Jim Blades- Lake Forest; Woody Disharoon- Lau- rel; Chris Kenton- Lake Forest ; Vince Morris- Seaford; Rob Per- ciful- Seaford; Ron Powell- Smyr- na; C.J. Shortridge- Laurel; and Gus Walker- Milford. Several past cross country names will also be included in the camp such as Keith Burgess who was the founder of downstate cross country in 195; Duane Hen- ry, who is currently the head cross country coach at Delaware State University; Taiwan Savage, for- mer Cape standout and perhaps the most successful high school cross country runner in the nineties, now attending Delaware State University; Tabitha Kemer- ling, former Dover runner and 1992 Conference Cross Country Champion; and Cindy Price, for- mer Cape Henlopen runner and 1989 State Champion, a title she captured along hilly Brandywine Creek. Besides the camp instruction, an added attraction to the camp is that the athletes will spend the last hour of each day at the new Kil- lens Pond Water Park. Tim Bamforth Grove Fun Run / J.J.'s 5K / Flychase XC This was a week full of results as the Seashore Striders hosted three events leding off last Fri- day evening, July 25 with the Grove Club Fun Run. The Grove Run was a unique 3 miler on road, dirt, trails, sand, grass, and even a trip up a sand dune. On Sunday, July 27 the J.J.'s Comer Market took off with 162 runners from the Big Fish Grill and the Garden Gourmet in Re- hoboth Beach and took in Bay Vista Development. Proceeds from the event will go to Meals on RUNNING Wheels. Finally, this past Wednesday evening, July 30 the unique and popular Fly Chase Cross Country Run was held at Prime Hook Wildlife Refuge on a new and improved 5K course. To everyone's surprise, the usual hot, muggy, and fly-infested event turned out to be a beautiful, cool, and hardly-a-fly-out event to please the runners that took part. Grove Park Fun Run Cape Henlopen State Park 40 finishers Overall Champions David Cabrera, 1, 19:30.3 & Carrie McKeon, 3, 20:19.2 Master Champions Mark Goodwin, 6, 21:58.3 & Doris Hicks, 19, 26:53.3 Oldest Finisher George Hunt, 13, 25:31.0 - 61 years Youngest Finisher John Cox, 16, 26:17.1 - 7 years old Best Male Predictor Mark Jones, 2, 19:34.4 - 5.6 seconds off Best Female Predictor Diane Donohue, 21, 29:54.2 - 5.8 sec- onds off Special Thanks Award Pat Cooper - Cape Henlopen State Park J.J.'s Corner Market 5K Results Rehoboth, De 162 finishers Overall Champions: Male: Todd Gothburg, 1, 17:30.5 Female: Rebecca Wassner, 14, 18:58 Master Cham- pions: Male: Paul Dawson, 2, 17:38 Female: Leslie Bartoshesky, 48, 22:09 9 & under: 1. Mathew Gavin, 132, 28:59; 2. An- drew Gavin, 134, 29:03 1. Laura Olen- WASSNER derski, 126, 28:26 10-13: 1. Taylor Donohue, 49, 22:10; 2. Brian Danver, 86, 24:03; 3. Spencer Caplan, 101,25:46 1. Brittany Morris, 74, 23:44; 2. Bren- nen Killoen, 128, 28:48; 3. Rachael Stutz- man, 155, 34:12 14-19: 1. Adam Palmer, 21, 19:54; 2. Jason Jacques, 28, 20:37; 3. Mark Jones, 30, 20:44 1. Kristen Irwin, 33, 20:50; 2. Korin Miller. 44, 21:47; 3. Andrea Sellers, 52, 22:17 20-24: I. David Cabrera, 4, 17:50; 2. Eric Larsen, 12, 18:54; 3. Greg Pierce, 29, 20:39 1. Lisa Gaboury, 38, 21:20; 2. Donna Zurick, 136, 29:14 25-29: I. Eric Payne, 3, 17:44; 2. Doug Lynn, 35, 20:57; 3. Drew Hodgens, 46, 21:56 1. Laura Witmer, 43, 21:45; 2. Debra Haines, 88, 24:33; 3. Joyce Challandes, 98, 25:11 30-34: I. David Breg, 7, 18:12; 2. Ecir Schrad- er, 8, 18:17; 3. Karl Leodler, 9, 18:22 1. Marnie Gautsch, 26, 20:35; 2. Lisa Ash, 50, 22:i 1; 3. LeAnne Gothberg, 83, 23:58 35-39: 1. Peter Tracy, 17, 19:31; 2. Tim Pep- per, 18, 19:38; 3. David Landis, 22, 19:59 1. JoAnne Merlo, 57, 22:34; 2. Georgia Sotiropoulos, 107, 26:09; 3. Lauren Frank, 127, 28:30 40-44: I. Brent Ayer, 6, 18:10; 2. Randy Stroble, 10, 18:47; 3. Tom Carty, 13, 18:56 I. Darlene Nese, 58, 22:37; 2. Beverly Palmer, 66, 23:!7; 3. Doris Hicks, 76, 23:47 45-49: 1. Francis Sellers, 11, 18:48; 2. Henry Danver, 16, 19:16; 3. Arthur Fassio, 20, 19:43 I. Mary Moltz, 114, 26:35; 2. Katie McGregor, 131,28:53; 3. Barbara Calvert, 145, 31:04 50-54: !. Reuben Beauchamp, 5, 18:05; 2. Gary Marino, 32, 20:50; 3. John Fay, 40, 21:32 1. Sharyn Slick, 59, 22:46; 2. Suzanne Jaeobs, 120, 27:22; 3. Ann Orr, 122, 27:40 55 - $9: 1. Carl Kane, 39, 21:28; 2. Jack Huxtable, 41, 21:39; 3. Lou David, 47, 21:57 !. Sally Lambert, 133, 29:02; 2. Pat David, 138, 29:35; 3. Lana Kane, 149, 32:53 60 & over: 1. Charles McKown, 105, 25:58; 2. Dr. Lee Masser, 123, 27:42; 3. Rich War- shauer, 144, 30:43 Fly Chase XC Run Milton, De. Results - 69 finishers Overall Champions: Male: - Troy Bockius, 1, 16:53 Female: Kerri Bowers, 14, 20:08 Master Champions: Male: Bob Baudoux, 8, 19:19 Female: Sharyn Slick, 27, 22:20 9 & under 1. P.J. Melendez, 41, 24:23 10 - 13 years 1. David Bonaroti, 48, 25:45 1. Brittany Morris, 33, 22:49; 2. Eliza- beth Redden, 40, 24:20; 3. Betsy Hicks, 43, 24:45 14 - 19 years 1. Isaac Parker, 9, 19:21; 2. Ben Erdel- jac, 13, 20:04; 3. Jason Orbin, 16, 20:14 1. Jen Hicks, 15, 20:i3; 2. Kristin Ir- win, 22, 21:20; 3. Kristy Stephenson, 57, 27:29 20- 29 years 1. Eric Payne, 3, 17:25; 2. David Cabr- era, 4, 17:35; 3. Mike Sewell, 5, 17:52 1. Jody NewUn, 45, 25:13 30 - 39 years 1. Todd Gothberg, 2, 17:13; 2. Bill Kent, 7, 18:17; 3. Matthew Smith, 12, 20:01 l. Connie Duncan, 36, 23:30; 2. Susan Cushing, 59, 27:33; 3. Amy Warrington, 61, 28:07 40 - 49 years I. Mike Dooris, 18, 20:59; 2. Lynn Ir- win, 19, 21:09; 3. Joe Barranco, 26, 22:18 1. Doris Hicks, 42, 24:43; 2. Cindy Popovich, 64, 29:34; 3. Diane Donohue, 65, 29:55 50 & over 1. Don Beynon, 34, 23:00; 2. Jim Bast- ian, 46, 25:14; 3. Roger Grieve, 60, 27:51 SPLITS- This Saturday morn- ing the annual Timeout Sports 5K run will begin at 8 a.m. from the Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach. 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