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86 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 .... Record crc0000ard turns out for Millslmro's Dam Mill 5K Striders host high school cross-country camp next week The fastest local 5K time of the summer series, and possibly the fastest time of the '90s, was turned in last Saturday morning, Aug. 8, in Millsboro as 4:04 miler and Mount St. Mary's graduate Aaron Price out of Frederick, Md. blazed a 15 minutes 1.6 seconds to win the Overall Men's title and lead a record crowd of 196 run- ners in the annual Dam Mill 5K. The 15:01.6 time isa possible pending course record as Doug Mock ran 15:02 in 1989; however, Mock's time may have been rounded up from 15:01. Seashore Strider race research specialist Lindsay King is looking into the record and we will keep readers updated. Rebeccah Wassner, also a run- ner out of Mount St. Mary's Col- lege, won the Overall Women's ti- tle with a good time of 18:19, while Vicki Boyer was second in 19:01 and Cape Henlopen gradu- iate Cindy Price was third in 20:00. Wassner has won many races in the series on previous visits to the beach. Aaron Price, whose training partner just happens to be a Kenyan 3:55-miler, was all alone after the opening rabbits backed off at the quarter-mile mark, hit- ting a 4:50 first mile. "The course was nice with some rang, straight stretches," said ?rice. "If the turnaround was wider it would be a little faster, mt I was happy with the course md the race." By two miles, his ead was nearly a minute as Price ent by in 9:43 for a 4:53 second nile. He hit three miles in the !4:31 range for a third mile split n the neighborhood of 4:48. It was the first time for several pectators to see a person run all hree miles well under five min- ltes per mile. To put it in perspec- ive, as most of the participants vere passing two miles our win- er was heading out for a ooldown. A very good time also was lrned in for the men's master cat- gory as Peter Kirk ran 16:14, ,ith defending champion Greg auller close behind in third with 16:24. Leslie Bartosbesky won le female masters with a time of 2:11. A record crowd, at least since e race has been a part of the eashore Strider Series in the J0s, of 196 runners is a reflection f the hard work by several mem- ;rs of the Townsend's crew, led coordinator Dave Wolff. The am Mill race has always been zmwn for the numerous, out- anding give-a-ways and this ar was no exception as several mes were drawn for prizes. Race Results Dam Mill 5K Run Millsboro, Dei. 196 finishers RUNNING Overall Champions: Male: Aaron Price, I, 15:01.6; Female: Re- becca Wassner, 13, 18:19 Master Champions: Male: Peter Kirk, 2, 16:14; Female: Leslie Bartoshesky, 61,22: I I 9 & Under: 1. Joseph D'Amico, 102, 24:26; 2. Chris Bob- bitt, 19Ore, 26:55; 3. Danny Carroll, 153, 27:59 10-13: 1. Michael Ewell, 67, 22:42; 2. Brian Danver, 74, 22:52; 3. Michael Markelz, 100, 20:36; I. Katie Irwin, 101, 24:19; 2. Betsy Hicks, 136, 26:41 3. Katie Markelz, 139, 26:50 14-19: I. Matt Ender, 16, 18:33; 2. Jason Jacques, 26, 19:39; 3. Adam Palmer, 43, 20:36; 1. Eliza- beth Redden, 83, 23:23; 2. Erin Bran&, 104, 24:32; 3. Kristy Stephenson, 148, 27:38 20-24: I. Chad Culver, 34, 20:02; 2. Ed Maynard, 37, 20:18; 3 Nathaniel Tuler, 62, 22:22 25-29: 1. Eric Payne, 6, 17:27; 2. Larry Dietz, 25, 19:38; 3. Brett Danver, 53, 21:28; 1. Vicki Boy- er, 20, 19:01; 2. Cindy Price, 33, 20:00; 3. Laura Hill. 137.26:42, 30-34: 1. Chris Wright, 8, 17:57; 2. Chris Sinclair, 17, 18:36; 3. Jim Lisehora, 21, 19:09; 1. Micbelle Murray, 81, 23;14; 2. Cynthia Lopata, 117, 25:21; 3. Suzanae Deck 171, 30:32 35-39: I. Grog Cauller, 3, 16:24; 2. Dennis Coates, 7, 17:34; 3. Bobby Aswell, IO, 18:04; 1. Kathy Miller, 73, 22:52; 2. Susan Dixon, 144, 27:19; 3. Marybeth Moore, 146, 27:26 40-44: 1. Paul Dawson, 4, 17:15; 2. Dante Ciolfi. 9, 17:59; 3. Brent Ayer, 15. 18:31; 1. Beverly Palmer, 71.22:49; 2. Doris Hicks, 109. 24:47; 3. Teri Moore, 120, 25:44 45-49: 1. Joe Link, 14, 18:25; 2. Rick Benkovic, 23, 19:28; 3. Francis Sellers, 35, 20:04; 1. Patrice Wolff, 69, 22:46; 2. Carole Short, 132, 26:37; 3. Ginny Rickards, 133, 26:38 50-54: I. Reuben Beauchamp, 5, 17:21; 2. John Weiss, 12, 18:14; 3. Henry Danver, 22, 19:14; 1. Priscilla Prunella, 97, 24:12; 2. Ann On', 143, 27:11 55-59: 1. Warren Prunella, 38, 20:21; 2. Glenn Collins, 48, 21:02; 3. Carl Kane, 55, 21:38; I. Sally Lambert, 164, 29:44; 2. Pat David, 172, 31 : 13; 3. Lana Kane, 177, 32:58 60-64: I. Ron Baunchalk, 52, 21:20; 2. Jim Lyons, 92, 23:59; 3. Lee Masser, 149, 27:45; 1. Jane Jammes, 86, 23:32 65-69: 1. Rex Enos, 95, 24:10; 2. Al Rogers, 114, 25:06; 3. Bud Vogel, 124, 26:06; I. Marion Lise- hora, 176, 32:07 70 & Over: 1. Gene Schneider, 174, 31:45; 2. Adrian, Mead, 181.33:41 Briefly Rehoboth (302) 226-1300 Georgetown (302) 856-3700 1-888-MR ROOTER (667-6683) Striders to host XC camp The Seashore Striders finished up the youth version of the cross- country camp today [Friday] at Killens Pond State Park with 33 young athletes taking part in the camp. Special thanks to my assis- tants Rob Perciful of Seaford, Dorothy Vereen of Dover and Patrice Riggin of the Seashore Striders. The 33 athletes that at- tended the youth camp included (SS means Seahore Strider): Rus- sell Ayers-SS, Mary Beth Betts, Chad Carpenter, Jackie Creasey, Nick Creasey, Gina D'Amico-SS, Joseph D'Amico-SS, Taylor Donohue-SS, Jared Dulin-SS, An- na Egeln-SS, Tyler Farrar, Stephanie Gale, Sarah Guy, Char- lie Hajec, Betsy Hicks-SS, Dayt- wain Kellium, Andrew Martin- SS, Helena Melendez-SS, P.J. Melendez-SS, Tiffany Melendez- SS, Evan Mock-SS, John Neff- SS, Sarah Neff-SS, Laura Olen- derski-SS, Chelsea Palmer-SS, Elizabeth Paul, Bethany Pavlik- SS, Andrew Perciful, Daphne Stubbolo, Nick Stubbolo, Kaitlin Thomas, Allyson Wilson and Al- lison Young-SS. Congratulations to all participants. The high school camp for grades nine_through 12 will be held from Monday, Aug. 17, through Friday, Aug. 21. Camp cost is $40 per camPer and in- cludes admission into the park and an hour of fun at the Killens Pond Bethany-Fenwick chamber honors several lifeguards The winners of the Bethany- Fenwick Area Chamber of Com- merce annual Lifeguard Awards were Andrew Kelly, Delaware State Parks; Pete Mitchell, Bethany Beach; Carl Egbert, South Bethany; Craig Dessen, Sea Colony; and Sean McGowan of Fenwick Island. For more than 10 years, the Bethany-Fenwick chamber has been presenting lifeguard awards. Water Park to end each day. Runners will be introduced to the sport of cross country and will be placed in training groups based on their ability level. Last year the Strider  hosted 30 high school camp rs. Wi ', several Henlopen Confer- enc, schools beginning practice on \\;ug. 17, it clearly gives those teams an extra week of practice and an advantage over the other teams opening up on Aug. 21. The camp is a way to get started early which would put you on the same page as the other teams, have some fun, and run with a group, which is easier than run- ning alone! Any runner interested in partic- ipating in next week's camp should contact the Striders at 947- 1772 as soon as possible. Upcoming races Sunday, Aug. 16 - YMCA 5 Miler; North Shores, Rehoboth Beach; 8 a.m. start Sunday, Aug. 23 - Run For J.J. Memorial 5K; Stuart Kingston Inc.- North Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach; 8:30 a.m. start QUALITY ROOFING SUPPLY CO. 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