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112- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 6- Sept. 12, 2002 Striders close out the season with Last Blast Prediction 5K Q The final event of the summer series was held last Saturday morning at Grove Park in Re- hoboth Beach. This event was unique in that all runners had a predicted time on their tag, but they were not allowed watches, splits, mile markers or have the display clocl at the finish. The top 20 runners closest to their predicted time Were awarded trophies, which is a thrill for me to present awards to many who nev- er are in the money for awards. Last year it was Michael Slobasky who set a new all-time prediction record as he completed the course in the exact time he predicted all the way to the tenth of a second. This time around, the top 20 set an all-time record with the top 10 runners under 2.3 seconds and the 20th place runner at an amazing 7.3 seconds. This year the 20 fi- nalists were all different runners than last year's top 201. Last year No. 10 was at 8.1 seconds and No. 20 was 15.2 seconds. This year, the performances were much clos- el" to their predicted times. Overall champions: Male - Rosario Santos- 16:54; Female - Angle Wood- 2 l: 14 Top 20 Closest Predictors: 1. Bryn Burke, .6; 2. Ann Wehner, .9: 3. R0sana Castillo, 1.0: 4. Rich Warshauer. 1.0; 5. Doris Hicks, 1.2 6. Sandi Robers. 1.2: 7. Gabriel Castillo 1.3" 8. Larry Windsor, 1.3: 9. Russ Mehath, 1.8" I0. Roger Hearn, 2.3: 11. Katie Wehner. 2.5: 12. Bev Palmer. 2.7: 13. Leslie Wri,,ht 3.6: 14. Pete Chiarelli, 4.1: 15. John Neal, 5.0: 16. Rex Enos. 5.8: 17. Rob Perciful, 6.4: 18. Mark Thompson, 6.6; 19. Ken Amay, 7.0: 20..left Leonard, 7.3. Tim Bamforth STRIDERS WRAP UP SUC- CESSFUL SERIES - The Seashore Striders wrapped up an- other successful championship racing season last weekend "as RUNNING Leslie Wright and Cari Johnson won the overall male and female championships, respectively, by having the fastest combined times from their five fastest 5K races and their fastest 5-miler. For Wright, it was his second title in a row and only 26 seconds slower this time around. The most improved awards went to John Thornton, Rex Enos and Jean Taylor, while the most consistent award went to Chris Sinclair and Bev Palmer, who won the award for the second year in a row. Awards went out to 10- year qualifiers, as well as a small group of runners who completed every event in the series. The final two awards went to Mary Masser, Monique Bamforth, and Jan LoBiondo, who were hon- ored with awards for putting tip with their husbands and the whole summer deal. Dr. Lee Masser was also honored as the Doctor of Roadracing having competed in more than 100 events in 2002. t personally would like to thank all the volunteers who i:ame out every week and put on quality events with the Seashore Striders. These events could not be possi- ble without your support and ded- ication. Thank you for a great season in 2002. I Local runners competing in the Last 13last Prediction 5K Rachel Hughes, center, and Rob Perciful, right. Male Champions 9 and under: 1. Alexander Lee- 2:35:36.9 10-13: 1. Tom Ford, 2:18:00.2; 2. Steven Warshauer, 3:23:34.8; 3. Ken- ny Speir, 3:31:05.7 14-19: 1. Dillon Gracey, 2:01:44.2 20-24: 1. Matt Lindell, 1:59:53.7; 2. Matthew Dunn, 2:02:01.0; 3. John Thornton, 2:08:38.2; 4. Dan Penning- ton, 2:09:24.4 25-29: 1. Breck Vanderwende, 2:10:47.5; 2. Czar Bloom, 2:28:39.7 30-34: 1. Chris Schreiner, 2:00:32.1; 2. John Turssline 2:06:21.5 3. Dan MacEIrevey, 2:06:34.0; 4. Chris Sinclair, 2:06:39.1; 5. Bryan Bowles, 2:27:10.4; 6. Frank Johnson 2:31:17.7 35-39: 1. Leslie Wright, 1:54:54.4; 2. John Yanacek, 2:16:38.6; 3. Shawn Lewis, 2:23:59.1; 4. Jeff Faull, 2:25:06.0; 5. John Ritter, 2:28:38.4 40-44: 1. Dan Miller, 2:02:27.5; 2. Charlie Brown, 2:06:05.2; 3. Steve Penny, 2:06:57.7; 4. Reuben King, 2:08:03.5; 5. Peter Tracey, 2:11:31.1; Q. David Landis, 2:13:22.7; Q. Pete Chiarelli, 2:13:55.0; Q. Tim Pepper, 2:24:35.7; Q. Guy Weber 2:32:56.8; Q. Phil Regan, 2:51:42.2 45-49: 1. Brian Carroll, 2:04:46.4; 2. Bill Peeling- 2:06:32.6; 3. Francis Sell- ers, 2:08:18.3; 4. Rick Poppleton, .2:08:44.9; 5. Alan Quillen, 2:17:40; Q. Michael Clark, 2:21:25.6; Q. John Thornton, 2:30:11.0; Q. Mike Wheat- ley, 2:37:04.1; Q. Ken Amey, 2:37:40.3; Q. Scott Peterson- , 2:42:58.3; Q. Tom Coveleski, 2:47:46.4; Q. Gerald Krebs, 2:48:17.3; Q. Rich Tikiob, 2:54:27.1 50-54: 1. Henry Danver, 2:12:07.7; 2. Chris Schultz, 2:16:55.3; 3. Greg Martini, 2:32:49.2; 4. Julian Woodall, 2:36:49.4; 5. Jim Marvin, 2:42:15.2; Q. John Burke, 2:46:19.9; Q. Bill Brooks, 2:50:34.5; Q. Ralph Palmer, 2:57:54.2; Q. AI Hoffman, 3:03:15.8 55-59: 1. John Weiss, 2:07:20.2; 2. Roger Hearn, 2:18:27.3; 3. Michael Richardson, 2:22:49.8; 4. Tim Abbott, 2:23:20.6; 5. Denis Casey, 2:58:24.5 60-64: 1. Dick Hipp, 2:26:05.7; 2. Paul Kiefer, 2:40:21.7; 3. Hal Carrier, 2:40:55.2; 4. Jim Kenny, 2:42:43.7; 5. Jim Bastian, 2:43:11.2; Q. Harry Davies, 2:50:43.5; Q. John Neal, 3:06:42.9 65-69: 1. Joe Gaffney, 2:42:40,6; 2. Ron Baunchalk- 2:49:57.2; 3. Bob Dieck, 2:53:04.7; 4. Dr: Lee Masser, 3:09:34.3; 5. Rich Warshauer, 3:30:18.8 70 and over: 1. Rex Enos, 3:01:14.4; 2. Edward Green, 3:25:11.3 Female Champions 9 and under: 1. Megan Northshield, 2:39:39.0 included Charlie Brown, left, Dan Cook photos The overall male and female winners of the Last Blast Pre- diction 5K were Angie Wood, left, and Rosario Santos. 14-19: 1. Sarah Neff, 2:45:07.3 20-24: 1. Sara Popovich, 2:31:06.5 25-29: 1. Cari Johnson, 2:08:01.2; 2. Rebecca Hudson- 2:36:06.4 30-34: 1. Karen Savidge, 2:36:48.7; 2. Rachel Hughes, 2:39:13.3; 3. Jean Taylor, 2:55:47.5 35-39: 1. Melody Fargo, 2:24:04.7; 2. Carol Oas, 2:28:24.7; 3. Sharon Perry, 2:30:31.5; 4. Cindy Domin.k, 3:01:47.9 40-44: 1. Chris Coffin, 2:28:06.0; 2. Margaret Colvin, 2:30:54.2; 3. Rita Re- gan, 243:18.7; 4. Naomi Ruschak, 2:48:51.4; 5. Linda Puzas- 2:59:21.1; Q. Joan Faull- 3:02:17.4 45-49; 1. "Beverly Palmer, 2:30:43.0; 2. Doris Hicks, 2:52:58.1; 3. Marianne Krebs, 2:58:54.8; 4. Teri Moore, 3:02:15.0; 5. Cheryl Justison- , 3:40:45.7; Q. Maureen Keenan, 4:59:46.1 50-54: 1. Laura Buckland, 3:2606.7; 2. Bryn Burke, 3:26:19.2 55-59: 1. Sandi Robers, 2:46:02.4 60 and over: 1. Marjorie Warshauer, 3:17:-18:5; 2. Jamie Wollard- 3:21:14.1 ANNAPOLIS TEN - Congrat- ulations to a small group of local runners who recently took part in the popular Annapolis !0-Miler. Listed by their hometown and performance, the runners includ- ed: Bill Peeling, Milton, 1:04:53; Rusty Laporte, Lewes, 1:12:23; Dick Hipp, Lewes, 1:15:24; Kath leen Scheiderich, Lewes, 1:22:48; Christine Muir, Lewes, 1:23:53; Arleen Laporte, Lewes, 1:26:53; Karen Savidge, Laurel, 1:29:34; Jen Hicks, Rehoboth, 1:31:10; James Bastian, Lewes, 1:33:19; Doris Hicks, Rehoboth, 1:33:21. BOTTLE AND CORK 10- MILER - Marathon Sports Event Management is pleased to an- nounce- the 26th Annual Gary P. Lister Memorial Bottle and Cork 10-Mile run and 5K run/walk will take place on Saturday Sept, 7, beginning at 8:30 am at the Bottle and Cork on Route 1 in Dewey Beach. Portions of the proceeds benefit Beebe Medical Center in Lewes.. Wayne Kursh, Marathon Sports Event Management, is planning for a big turnout in both the 10- mile race and the 5K run/walk. "This event is one of the largest and oldest road races in Delaware, attracting runners fr-n over 20 states," said Kursh. "We are pleased to dedicate this race in memory of Gary E Lister, a Wilmington teacher and well loved member of the Bottle and Cork staff. Family and friends will be walking and running in his honor." The 10-mile race goes through Dewey Beach, Rehoboth and Henlopen Acres and then the run- ners enjoy the Rehoboth Board- walk and before they head back to Dewey Beach. Complete race results and infor- mation regarding the race can be found on the Marathon Sports website, Races2run.com. UPCOMING RACES - Satur- day, Sept. 7 - Run For Relay 5K/10K, Salisbury, Md. For de- tails call the Seashore Striders at 947-1772. Saturday; Sept. 14 - Dewey Beach Triathlon, Delaware Seashore State Park just south of Dewey Beach. The race is full, however, volunteers are still need- ed. If you- would like to volunteer, call the Sussex Family YMCA at 227-8018.