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88 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 Race against domestic Violence 5K set for Sunday, Oct. 11 y Tim Bamforth The third annual Race Against Domesti Violence 5K and Walk will begin at 9 a.m., Sunday morn- ing, Oct. 11, at The Grove park in Rehoboth Beach. The event is sponsored by the Delaware Coali- tion Against Domestic Violence and the Domestic Violence Coor- dinating Council-. The course will be a 3.1 -5K distance on the north side Of town and will present awards to the top males and females in the follow- ing age categories: Overall, Mas- ters, 9 and under, 10-13, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 & over. The preregistration fee is $10; race-day registration is $12 and will be from 8 to 8:50 a.m. at The Grove. For more information, contact the Seashore Striders at 947-1772, Ext. 4. Striders set dinner Pasta dinner and regionals - The second annual Seashore Strider pasta dinner hosted by the 1998 Strider cross country team will be held at Shields Elementary School, Saturday, Oct. 24, from 4 to 7 p.m. Adult tickets are $6; kids 5 to 12, $4. Children 4 and under are free. Reserve tickets by calling the Seashore Striders at 947-1772, or see any member of the Seashore Striders cross country team. The dinner menu will include pasta, sauce, meatballs, bread, salad, dessert and a drink. Also, the Striders have an Oct. 15 sponsor deadline on the 1998 AAU Mid- Atlantic Regional Cross Country Championships that will bring over 400 youth cross country run- ners from 8 to 18 years old from the Mid-Atlantic region to Old Landing Golf Course in Rehoboth Beach. The Striders are looking for in- dividuals or businesses that would like to support the meet Proceeds from the dinner and regional meet will help the Strider regional qual- ifiers get to the national champi- onships on Dec. 5, which will be held in Knoxville, Tenn. If inter- ested, please contact the Seashore Striders at 947-1772. AR. KING "'IRE & AUTO SERVICE Splits My apologies go out to my Web page conection man, Woody Disharoon, who took last week's Lake Forest Invitational picture of champions Taylor Donohue and Tiff Melendez that I received the credit for...The Cape Henlopen girls cross country team finished third last week at the Salisbury In- Yellow Ball tournament held at Sussex Pines The following 18 Hole lady hole golfers were winners in the Yellow Ball tournament at Sussex Pines on Sept. 1: RUNNING vitational, behind champion Cae- sar Rodney and runner-up Lake Forest. Lake, with the dynamic duo of Holly Wilson.and ,Nicole Fades, won the early Lake Forest Invitational over powerhouse Ur- suline and seemed to have the edge; however, the Riders have made things interesting with their tough, front-running threesome. Seaford's Kristen Irwin contin- ued to tear up courses as she -blazed under 20 minutes again to win another big one and keep the Beebe x-ray department cheering. Freshman Wilson finished second for Lake, also just under 20 min- utes, and continues to make a freshman statement that this Spar- tan is for real and her junior high success was not a fluke. Cape top gun Danielle Guerin was the top Viking with a top-10 finish, followed by Jen Hicks, Brittany Morris at 22 minutes, and Cole Pavlik. Tessa Shoup contin- ues to improve, as does Sarah Popovich, Arshar Smith and D'Anna Fluharty. CR and Lake may be the top two teams heading for a conference meet clash, but don't count out the tight-running Vikings when scoring changes in a big meet. It was only a few years ago that Cape was beat by CR during the dual meet and came back to win the conference cham- pionship with coach Pat Pollock receiving Coach of the Year hon- ors. It was a great day for the Vikings, as well as a great day for what a successful feeder program can do for a varsity team. Hope- fully another day like that one at Killens Pond is in the near future. ...The Cape boys finished a sur- prising fourth in the team race and were led by Brian Kniepp, who went under the 18-minute barrier, and Matt "Trip" Riggin in 18 min- utes 24 seconds. Chris Jackson, Justin Bragg and Dean Popovich continue to lower their times and should surprise some teams by the In first place was the team of Connie Pepper, Pat Ferullo and Pat Hayes; In second place was the team of Marie Scarfi, Mims Carmichael and Janet Jones. There was a tie for third place, with the teams of Betty Law, Ruth. Clough and Peg Thompson and Ada Warrington, Ruth Hudson and Hamet Morris. end of the season. The Viking boys match up well against the Milford Bucs as Cape edged Smyrna by only two points, and Milford also edged Smyrna by on- ly two points. ...The Vikings did not travel to the Saturday, Oct. 3, Salesianum Invitational at Brandywine Creek State Park. The next home meet for Cape was Thursday, Oct. 8, with Sussex Central and top-run- ner C.J. Watson. ...The Viking girls are prepping for a showdown meet at home against the Riders of coach Char- lie Bell, Tuesday, Oct. 20, at Prime Hook. ...The Grove Club continues to bring in high numbers in the 20s, Tuesday evenings, as people of all ages, sizes and ability levels show up for a friendly workout. ..Several new run.ners have come out for the youth Strider team this year, with Andrew Long looking tough on the boys team and Mary Beth Betts being a nice addition to the girls team. ...Ashley Holton, a national qualifier two seasons ago, is get- ting back into shape and joins a tough midget team made up of Clare Nowakowski, Gina D'Ami- co, Betsy Hicks, Mary Beth Betts, Sarah Neff, Janessa Brooks and Brennan Killeen. Sister Peyton KiUeen will be a valuable addition to the bantam team composed of the All-American threesome of Chelsea Palmer, Laura Olenders- ki, Bethany Pavlik as well as youngsters Allison Young and Helena Melendez, who look to battle it out for the fifth position. ...The Striders will race at Prime Hook Thursday, Oct. 8, and Tues- day, Oct. 20, where No. 1 runners Tiffany Melendez and Taylor Donohue hope to take a shot at the Prime Hook youth course records of 11:27 - Matt Riggin, 1997 - and 12:29 - Holly Wilson, 1997. ...Come out and support the run- ning future!...Happy 3-year an- niversary to my wife Monique: we're off to Cape May on the Twin Capes! 1 RADIATOR COOLING SYSTEMS 1 ,, SlggS ,, ! I I Up to 2 Gallons Anti-Freeze I I Offer ends 10/17/98. I I J / No other discounts apply. Redeem at participating Good Year retailer. 7 ' Lube (where opDllcablel, new filter & up Io 0 t lJll lt  | 5 quarts ..ior 6rand all ,loronds =r),,. I| 0| MOSt cars. S pffcial diesel oil & filter extra. 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