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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 20 - August 26, 1993 Vodacek, Miller cruise to DAMn Mill 5K victories Anthony Vodacek of Pokomoke, Md. made his way back to the winner's circle last weekend by capturing the Overall Men's Tire in a time of 15:35.7 at the annual DAMn Mill 5K Run to lead the largest crowd ever assem- bled at the Big Thursday Celebra- tion kickoff. Master runner Dianna Miller finished 23rd in a time of 18:40.5 to win the Overall Women's Title. Reuben Beauchamp finished 5th overall to again win the Men's Master category with a time of 17:06.4, while Sharyn Slick fin- ished 90th to win the Women's Master category with a time of 23:33.7. "We had 151 finishers which is the biggest turnout we have had in the last 5 years," said organizer Dr. Paul Collins. "Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves, and based on the positive comments I had from several runners, I think overall it was very successful". Vodacek, who owns the fastest time of the summer series with his 15:30.0 win at the Grotto 5K, made up for last week's runner-up finish to take top honors over the T.A.C. Certified course. Salisbury's Leslie Wright won the 30-34 Division with his second place finish in a time of 15:47.6. Third place went to Travis Faulkner who won the 20-24 Divi- sion with a time of 16:13.4, while Milford's Tim Foster won the 25- 29 Division to take fourth in 16:24.0. Fifth place went to Beauchamp who also took the Master crown ina time of 17:06.4. In the women's action, it was a series first as 40-year-old Dianna Miller was not only the fLrSt unof- RUNNING Tim Bamforth ficial Master to cross the line, but the first female across the tape in an outstanding time of 18:40.5. "Over the year's I can not remember many Master runners that have also won the overall title, but it is nice to see it happen and for us to have such a quality run- ner in our race," said Director Richard Tikiob. Second place went to former Cape Henlopen standout Cindy Price in 30th place with a time of 19:12.4, while Alli- son Ferguson finished close behind in 31 st place with a time of 19:21.1. Fourth place went to former A.I.DuPont standout Theresa Hart- Icy of Vanderbilt University in 37th place with a time of 20:01.9, while Elaine O'Donnell rounded out the top five in a time of 20:53.5 in 51st place. AGE GROUP CHAMPS - 13 & Under- Jodie Moore 29:45 & Juan Bowles 2!:55; 14-19 - Som- mer Chorman 21:38 and James Kaiser 17:54; 20-24 - Cindy Price 19:13 and Travis Faulkner 16:14; 25-29 - Allison Ferguson 19:22 and Tim Foster 16:24; 30-34 - Dawn Smith 20:58 and Leslie Wright 15:48; 35-39 - Sue Sher- wood 24:10 and Brent Fox 17:27; 40-44 - Donna Rogers 25:06 and Lynn Irwin 19:05; 45-49 - Pauline Porter 26:46 and Gary Rust 17:30; 50-54 - Arline Ford 25:55 and Glenn Collins 19:48; 55-59 - Mary Eckert 23:56 and John Sabel 21:52; 60 & Over - Marion Lise- hera 28:20 and George Yan- nakakis 20:01. HERSHEY NATIONALS Katie DelCampo of Rehoboth Beach and Vaughn Ayers of Lewes each finished fifth place in their event at last weekend's Her- shey National Track and Field Championships held at Milton Hershey Stadium in Hershey, Pa. to lead the Delaware qualifier's. DelCampo tossed the Softball 158'10" in the Girl's 13-14 year old division, while Ayers ran 1:10.8 in the 400m dash ir he Boy's 9-10 year-old division. In other Hershey action, the Lewes girls foursome of March Ford, Katie Couchman, Casey Cahill, and Shayla Oglesby reek seventh place in the 400m Relay in the Girls 9-10 year old division with a season best time of 1:04.5. A total of 480 kid's participa:cd from every state in the nation. Continued on page 25 Tim Bamforlh photo From left, Casey Cahill, Katie Couehman and March Ford loosen up before the final of the 400m relay at the Hershey National Track and Field Championships held last weekend. Redu 'qb,, qb,,,S Stress Scientific Swedish Massage Therapeutic Touch Muscular Relaxation Foot Reflexology Hollstlc Health Enhancement Terry Meyer, A.A.S., C.M.P. 13,/Appointtrent Only (302) 645-0492 >ave 2 5% On All Serviccs Mention This Ad Master runner Diana Miler captured the overall women's title at the DAMn Mill 5K last Saturday. and now it's available at... Ba yside Health Association's new Lewes Location at 1535 Savannah Road A full-service patient resource library to bolster education and understanding A cheery, roomy atmosphere puts everyone at ease Support Groups for a variety of problems "We want people to avail themselves of health care services before they develop serious problems. Through education we encourage people to take better care of themselves." -- Dr. Vincent Killeen  i'-,  1 ..... i i * i'll. Professional, knowledgeable, ii ! Total health care from birth  to old age OBSTETRICS b GYNECOLOGY Vincent B. Killeen, MD Newell R. Washburn, MD ADULT h PEDIATRIC FAMILY MEDICINE Susan L. Rogers, MD J. Eric Hale, MD _ Bayside