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46. CAPE G ZETI, Friday, August 5 - August 11, 1994 Pitts earns sixth place medal in JO Nationals Cape Henlopen graduate Bruce Pitts teamed up with the 400 Elite Track Club out of Wilmington to , compete at last week's Junior Olympic National Championships in Gainesville, Florida. Pitts, who turned in a personal record in the lead-off leg with a time of 2:04, teamed up with Mike Miller (1:57) and Bryan Wilson (2:05) of Wilmington High School, along with anchorman Steve Sinko (1:53) of St. Mark's to place sixth in the finals of the 3200m relay Championships with a time of 8:00.2 "Bruce ran a good race for not having a lot of experience at 800 meters," said 400 Elite coach Shannon "Donkey" Mathews. "I told him he wanted to be at 58-59 the first lap and he was right where we wanted him." Pitts, state champion at the 400m in 1993, came back to an- chor the 1600m relay team with a time of 50.4 as they turned in a good time of 3:18 in the semifi- nals. This time Pitts, teaming with Doug Cambell (52) of Newark High School, Sinko (49.4), and Miller (47.9), the tearn just missed advancing to the championships that had a cutoff time of 3:17.2. Steve Sinko, who proved over the past two years to be one of the best middle-distance runners to ever come out of Delaware, will team up with Cape Henlopen's John Skoglund in the fall at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Tim Bamforth Vacation or Retire On The Golf Course J.J.'S CORNER MARKET 5K Overall - Mark Amway, 1, 15:40.8; Irene Moffett, 37, 19:53.2 Masters -Joe Lin k, 3, 17:22.1; Lin- da Mills, 42, 20:20.4 13 & under - 1. Tim Dwyer, 44, 20:40; 2. Juan Bowles, 45, 20:56; 3. RUNNING Evan Calvert, 123, 27:06 1. Jennifer Hicks, 87, 24:32; 2. Cher McMillan, 135, 29:13; 3. Melissa Wyvill, 157, 36:06 14-19 - 1. Donovan Anderson, 12, 18:06; 2. Alex Taylor, 13, 18:06; 3. Kevin Schlabach, 20, 18:43 1. Rebecca Steuer, 65, 22:22; 2. Heather Gatz, 69, 22:38; 3. Brook Lacey, 79, 23:35 20-24 - 1. David Caberera, 2, 15:56; 2. Todd Compton, 22, 18:55; 3. Pre- ston Schell, 23, 19:13 1. Michelle Cullather, 103, 25:12; 2. Dana Mostow, 104, 25:13; 3. Ashley Winkler, 153, 34:31 25-29 - 1. Hugh Harris, 5, 17:41; 2. Tim Evans, 8, 17:49; 3. Richard lams, 10, 17:56 1. R&chel Hughs, 66, 22:23; 2. Jean Helfrich, 83, 23:54; 3. Kelly Dayton, 115, 25:52 30-34 - 1. Kip Parach, 14, 18:07; 2. James Landis, 16, 18:20; 3. David Landis, 25, 19:21 1. Michelle Kurtzman, 56, 21:36; 2. Julie Creasey, 60, 21:49; 3. Mary W/ssman, 63, 22:20 35-39 - 1. Tom Chobot, 15, 18:19; 2. Rick Woods, 17, 18:22; 3. Eric Howard, 21, 18:47 1. Tish Long, 84, 23:55; 2. Teri Moore, 98, 24:54; 3. Brenda Pulley, 113, 25:46 40-44 - 1. Wayne Carroll, 18, 18:39; 2. Rick Poppleton, 19, 18:40; 3. Roger Calvert, 31, 19:37 1. Barbara Calvert, 119, 26:41; 2. Rose Weiss, 141, 30:02; 3. Kathy Schuyler, 145, 30:22 45-49 - 1. Bob Kieth, 4, 17:29; 2. John Sherlock, 6, 17:44; 3. John Weiss, 7, 17:46 1. Sharyn Slick, 74, 23:06; 2. Ann Hurlock, 99, 24:58; 3. Linda Hopkins, 111, 25:41 50-54- 1. Lou Dwyer, 33, 19:39; 2. Jim Greenfield, 47, 20:53; 3. Jim Bast- ian, 51, 21:12 1. Ann Orr, 127, 27:44 55-59 - 1. Don Mensh, 68, 22:35; 2. Robert Dieck, 73, 23:05; 3. David Tay- lor, 78, 23:28 1. Marjode Warshauer, 133, 29:02 60 & over - 1. Jim Lyons, 62, 22:05; 2. Rex Enos, 76, 23:16; 3. Elmer Brown, 96, 24:52 FLYCHASE XC 5K Overall - Nelson Shertzen, 1, 15:49.9; Rebecca Steuer, 22, 21:58.2 Masters - Lou Nicoletti, 9, 19:58.8; Pauline Porter, 48, 26:04.1 13 & under - 1. Aaron Powell, 47, 25:52; 2. Ead Bellisalio, 58, 27:47; 3. Matt Riggin, 66, 32:06 1. Jennifer Hicks, 53, 27:21; 2. Eliz- abeth "EP" Pratt, 54, 27:25 14-19 - 1. Donovan Anderson, 5, 18:45; 2. Kevin Schlabach, 6, 19:13;, 3. William Cordeiro, 11, 20:06 1. Heather Love, 34, 23:37; 2. Joan- na Owen, 39, 24:07; 3. Sabra Bran- non, 62, 29:21 20-29 - 1. Hugh Harris, 2, 17:43; 2. Eric Payne, 3, 18:14; 3. Todd Comp- ton, 4, 18:41 1. Lisa Buente, 29, 23:26 30-39 - 1. John Nason, 8, 19:34; 2. Chds Annand, 21,21:57; 3. Mark Hud- son, 38, 24:05 1. Ted Taber, 44, 24:42; 2. Ryan_ Revel, 59, 28:04; 3. Doris Hicks, 64, 31:17 40-49 - 1. Art Straushn, 12, 20:16; 2. Jack Powell, 13, 20:29; 3. Joe Baran- co, 18, 21:34 1. Annabella Larsen, 69, 35:24 50 & over -1. Glenn Collins, ?10, 20:00; 2. Luther Burdelle, 17, 21:33; 3. Jim Bastian, 20, 21:46 1. Ann Orr, 63, 29:41 GROOVIN' AT THE GROVE For the past five weeks on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. a group of runners, joggers, and even walkers have been meeting at the Grove Park in Rehoboth Beach for a stroll through the streets of Henlopen Acres. Grove Club President Bob Porter orga- nizes the fun runs which gives the group a choice of 2m, 3m, 4m, and 5m distances. "It's not a real serious group, it's more of a grgupof runners just having fun, wanting to improve, and just 'Groovin at the Grove'", said Porter. So if you're interested in talking running in Rehoboth join Bob and his crew on Tuesday evening at The Grove Park. UPCOMING RACES This Saturday, Aug. 6, Timeout Sports 5K, men - 8 a.m., women - 8:30 a.m., pre-registration at the Young Avenue Shop or register on race-day from 7-7:45 a.m. The race will begin at the Grove Park on Rehoboth Avenue. Saturday, Aug. 13, DAMn Mill 5K, 8 a.m. The race will begin at Cupola Park in Millsboro ... Sun- day, Aug. 21, YMCA 5-miler, 8 a.m. The race will begin at All-stars can't break Canal jinx Continued from page 44 inning things got right feisty at the Georgetown ball park. Canal advanced a runner to third base with one out. A bunt attempt was popped up and snagged bare handed by Lewes catcher Stephanie War- rington for out number two. And then a shot to shortstop Katie Del- Campo. FAIRWAY LOTS s32,000 TO *37,000 Katie knocked the ball down then picked it up and fired a low throw to first baseman Tins Walls. Walls stretched and caught the ball and then just froze the pose. The first base ump with the right field address called the runner safe as the winning run crossed home plate. Canal began to celebrate. Del- Campo sat down in the infield staring at the ground. And then in "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." The In'st base umpire asked his homeplate colleague for help on the play. Mr. Home Plate then "rung up" the Canal runner, "punched her out," sending the game into inning number nine. Site Director for the game, Kris Legates, had to inter- vene and convince Canal to recon- vene the game. The cops were called for the safety of the umpires. Jackie Warrington broke the ice of 10 scoreless innings for Lewes when she reached base on an error in the top of the 12th. Warrington then raced home when a throw from the catcher on a steal attempt of second base sailed through the infield and be- yond the outfielders. Canal came back in the bottom of the inning scoring two runs to win the game. "It seems great games like this one always end on some kind of fluke 9lay," said Canal coach Ed Abshagen. "We're fortunate to have won the game and we wish the Lewes girls the best of luck. All three games here in Georgetown were tremendous." Dennis Fomey photo Bruce Pitts poses with his sixth place medal. Deauville Beach and head into Henlopen Acres and North Shores. For more information call Tim Bamforth at the Rehoboth Recre- ation Department at 227-4648 or the DSRS Race Hotline at 684. 1512 ... over & way out. 25 minutes from Rehoboth Beach (southeast of Georgetown) Reasonably priced Country Club memberships available with these amenities: 18 Hole Golf Course Planned Social Activities Swimming Pool Excellent Restaurant 41 Lots available in a restricted development Other Lots from *27,000 Country Club Village Call: Indian River Land Company. 302-856-6700 II 4 ' X = lots sold