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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 13 -. September 19,1996.69 Cape's cross, country girls run past Lake Forest and Seaford The Cape Henlopen Cross Country team split with the Seaford Blue Jays last Tuesday af- ternoon, Sept. 10 at Cape Hen- lopen State Park as the young lady Vikings improved their record to 2-0, while the Viking boys dropped to 0-2 on the season. Seaford swept the top five places in the boys meet to post a 15-48 score, while sophomore Darius James was the top Cape finisher in sixth place in 19:35. The story of the day was the la- dy Vikings as they beat the de- fending Sussex County. Champion Blue Jays by a score of 25-32. "At the two mile mark, we were still losing to Seaford and I thought we had lost the meet," said second year coach Pat Pol- lock. "The girls went to work in the last mile and got the job done which was nice to see. At this time in the season I thought we would be 1-1, but we have already reached last year's win total and I'm pleased in their performance so far." Pollock pointed out that the boys team is also a young squad and their hard work will pay off as they will continue to improve throughout the season. Cape will take on defending Henlopen Individual Champion Melody Rudd and the Milford Buts on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at Mil- ford, before heading to the twen- ty-five team Lake Forest Invita- tional for a look at statewide com- petition on Saturday, Sept. 21in Felton. The Cape girls opened their sea- son on Friday, Sept. 6 with a vie- tory over Lake Forest. Cape Henlopen Boys Results: Seaford 15, Cape Henlopen 48 6. Darius James- 19:35; 9. Brad Reed- 19:55; 10. Eric Beaman- 20:00; 11. Don Becker- 20:06; 12. Jamie Walls- 20:42; 13. David Barlow- 20:42; 14. Clint Haxton- 21:06; 16. Rich Welsh- 21:22; 17. Damian Spicer- 21:34; 19. Ryan Dey- 22:57; 20. Mark Redden- 23:23; 21. Brian Kniepp- 23:24; 22. Eric Conlon- 24:00; 23. Ben Tang- 24:01; 24. Robert Read- 24:04; 26. Matt Savini- 26:00 RUNNING Tim Bamforth Cole Pavlik- 23:48; 5. Danielle Guerin- 23:49; 7. Natasha Jones- 24:26; 8. Sara Popovich- 24:45; 9. Tessa Shoup- 24:51; 12. Katie Bandekow- 25:13; 13. Lauren Fuqua; 15. Sara Wolak; 16. D'An- na Fluharty; 17. Janelle Savage; 18. Laura Masarik; 19. Meredith Marshall; 23. Jennifer Maull; 26. Sara LeKites; 27. Kanchan Kurani BOTTLE AND CORK...The Bottle & Cork 10 miler was held last weekend in Dewey Beach and the second oldest race in Delaware attracted a large group of locals and Wilmington area res- idents to the beach. The race looped through Rehoboth Beach before returning to the Cork for the post-race awards bash. Hot & humid conditions greeted the runners as the only shade they received was looping through Henlopen Acress. I stood at the beginning of the Boardwalk at Cape Henlopen Girls Results Cape 25; Seaford 32 1. Jennifer Hicks- 21:59; 4. Patriee Riggin in the Bottle and Cork 10 miler around the six or seven mile mark and cheered on the crowd with a group of young Seashore Striders. Several runners thanked us for the support, while others recognized me and shouted at me for not hav- ing enough water on the course (thinking I was the director). I guess with some runners, you just can't win. But you can get even by leaving them out of a column.. .Listed below are some names and performances that I recognised of locals and others that frequently race at the beach. I apologize if I missed anyone. Results: Joe Link- 1:02:27; John Weiss- 1:04:38...2nd place 50-54; Tim Foster- 1:05:00; Reuben Beauchamp- 1:05:20; Brent Ayer- 1:05:52; Ron Niblett- 1:06:00; Er- ic Howard- 1:09:00...9.7 miles; Peter Tracey- 1:10:55...yes Peter, you beat Eric!; Mark Jones- 1:13:10; Glenn Collins- 1:14:00; Gary Marine- 1:16:00; John Hearn- 1:19:22; Jim Bastian- 1:19:31; Joe LoBiondo- 1:19:31; Bob Porter- 1:24:02; Mike Costel- 1o- 1:31:11; Ralph Palmer- 1:32:00; Matt Riggin- 1:35:00; Doris Hicks- 1:38:04; Elmer Brown- 1:39:28; Patrice Riggin- 1:40:53; Naomi Ruschak- 1:42:15; Brenda Sharp- 1:43:00; Adam Palmer- 20:16 5K; Lorna Hearn- 29:49; Carole Short- 31:31 5K; UPCOMING RACES Saturday, Sept. 28- Delaware Biathlon; Seaford High School, Seaford; 8:30 a.m.; Contact Ron MacArthur at 629-3466. Saturday, Sept. 28- Stockley Stride 5K, Stockley Center, Georgetown; 10 a.m.; For more information call 934-8031, ext. 253. Sunday, Sept. 29- Deborah 5K Run & 1 mile walk, Cape Hen- lopen High School, Lewes, 9 a.m. Contact the Seashore Striders at 947-1772. Saturday Oct. 19- Seaside 10 miler, 10 a.m.. Contact Les Kin- ion at (410)882-5455 or the Ocean City Recreation Department at (410)250-0125. Sunday, Oct. 27- Seawitch 5K Fall Classic; Grove Park; Re- hoboth Beach, 9 a.m. Contact the Seashore Striders at 947-1772. Rehoboth Mayor's Cup Volleyb; 11 Tournament this weekend to feature boys Russian junior team The 12th annual Mayor's Cup Volleyball Tournament will be held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14-15 in Rehoboth Beach, with competition available for players of all ages and skill levels. A boys indoor sixes volleyball team from Russia which is tour- ing the Mid-Atlantic area will be competing in the doubles and triples events on Sept. 14, when they will be introduced to the sport of beach volleyball. The Mayor's Cup presentation by Mayor Sam Cooper is set for Sunday, Sept. 15, following the men's and women's open finals on Center Court beginning at 11 a.m. This will be followed by a party at the Sea Grille Restaurant atop the Henlopen Hotel from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. when a disc jockey will be provided along with munchies and a cash bar. To register by fax call 301-881- 5064; by phone, 301-881-7795; or e-mail at offthenet@aol.com. VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted. 17" ................ ..... ' $2"- 20-Year Excedor Latex SarAn House & Trim rmllm Pout, b Lib 5ofl; IA1t; ulb qlO. 5. tO0 watte 3 LOWE00" Home Improvement Warehouse Lewes, OF 1302)645-6108 ] Monday - Saturday: 7am - 9pro Sunday: 8am - 6pro ,,.,_. ......... ........... ..   .,,,,*j    /...,'r','"..*.,'  ". _-- IT "]TTIEI1/HII111fiBBIIIITI[]llll]TIIWTIqlI]I1'I IY1FII'I|'"/TI' IrTI'11][II"llT111111111TIIIBlllllIlBBB11B1111111IIIllIIBIITIII lll rllrlIUBIrITI]IT!'TYITII'I-qNtlTT" r'T'- 1B ....