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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 31 - November 6, 1997 - 73 Cap00'00 w= E IE,,,00T Sussex County championship Matt Riggin, Tiffany p i:,!.":oi A !  Melendez lead Strider ....... : .. _ : . cross-country runners : }haT!!{{ ,Mer itiadZ 123 (; 7  !!i! r Sale Ends November ao, 1997 The Cape Henlopen girls cross- country team rebounded nicely af- ter last week's tough loss to Cae- sar Rodney by capturing the Sus- sex County championship title held Tuesday afternoon at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Milton. The championship featured five schools from Sussex County, in- cluding Seaford, Sussex Tech, Laurel, Sussex Central and host Cape Henlopen. The Vikings won the meet last year when it was hosted by Sussex Central at the Stockily Center. This time around it was again the Cape girls who ran away with the meet by having four girls in the top I0 places in the race. The indi- vidual highlight was put together by Kristin Irwin of Seaford as the young sophomore shattered Lake Forest's Nicole Faries' course record of 20:15 by turning in a winning time of 19:50. Leading the Vikings for the sec- ond straight meet was sophomore Cole Pavlik in 21:02, good for sec- ond place overall in the lace: The Vikings also grabbed third place in the race with sophomore Danielle Guerin running 21:03, while an- other sophomore Tessa Shoup took fifth in 21:45. Cape new- comer Arshar Smith ran a personal best of 23:13 to round out the top ten, while D'Anna Fluharty fin- ished I lth in 23:26. Karl McFee was 18th in 25:03, while Carrie Litke finished 22nd in 26:20. The Vikings finished with 31 points, while Seaford tallied 44 points. Sussex Central put an im- pressive three in the top 10, but managed only 57 to take third, while Laurel was fourth with 104 points. Sussex Tech finished fifth with 110 points. Seaford ran away with the boys race, led by a 1-9 finish by Jeff Maddox, in a new course record of 17:28, and teammate Matt Enders, in 17:41, leading Seaford to the team title with 27 points. Cape Henlopen took second in the team standings with 42 points, led by Dan Heacock in 17:49 and Brian Kniepp in 17:55. Clint Tim Bamforth Hitters Continued from page 72 Bob Fulton, who coached JV bas- ketball at Cape and once led the Lewes ninth grade annex (remem- ber them?) to a perfect 12-0 bas- ketball season, will be leaving the Viking harbor and docking with the big boats at Indian River. Bob will become an assistant principal. Good luck Bobby. You're a good man.. RUNNING Haxton finished eighth in 18:35, while Damian Spicer took 1 lth in 18:55. Mark Redden finished 15th in 19:31, while John Lynch was 25th in 20:54. Matt Savini rounded out the top seven by fin- ishing 27th in 20:57. The Vikings will skip Punkin' Chunkin' and head to the Hen- lopen Conference championships this Saturday at 3 p.m. at Killens Pond where they hope to defend last year's title. The hurdle in the way this year will be the tough running Riders of Caesar Rodney who topped the Vikings at last week's dual meet; however, in a big meet where other teams can help push places around, I've wit- hissed many surprises when scores are tallied. Good luck to the Vikings in trying to give Coach Pollock a Halloween sur- prise. Striders run well Eighth-grader Matt Riggin, 13, set a new course and Strider record last Tuesday at Prime Hook as he ran the 1.95m course in a time of 11:38, while seventh-grad- er Tiffany Melendez, 12, also set a new Strider record and just missed the course record (12:29) with her time of 12:31. "I ran my first mile in 6:18 which was my best, so I knew I was going to have a good time," said Melendez, who was named Second Team All-American in 1995. "This was my best race ever on a two- mile course and the first time I ever won the whole race." The Striders will be in ac- tion this Sat- urday at the Delaware Ju- MELENDEZ nior High championships at Brandywine Creek State Park in Wilmington, before they head into the AAU Circuit in November. Strider Boys Results: 1. Matt Riggin- 11:38 (new course/Strider Records); 2. Evan Mock- 12:17; 3. Russell Ayers- 12:23; 4. Taylor Donohue- 12:43; 5. P.J. Melendez- 13:06; 6. Thomas Kittell- 14:32; 7. Mikael Heam- 14:43; 8. Isaiah Brisco- 14:58; 9. Henry Brisco- 15:00; 10. Joseph D'Ami- ki- 13:11; 5. Clare Nowakowski- 13:49; 6. Gina D'Amico- 13:58; 7. Sarah Neff- 13:59; 8. Chelsea Palmer- 14:07; 9. Bren- hen Killeen- 14:34; 10. Betsy Hicks- 14:58; 11. Helena Melendez-16:19; 12. Amanda Deloy- 16:22 Sea Witch Fall Classic 5K Overall Champions: Greg Cauller, 1, 16:21; Connie Buck- walter, 10, 18:19 Master Champions: Michael Bressi, 2, 16:31; Beverly Palmer, 42, 22:18 9 and under: 1. PJ. Melendez, 57, 23:06; 2. Danny Carroll, 77, 24:40; 3. Joseph D'Amico, 78, 24:41 I. Bethany Pavlik, 50, 22:46; 2. Laura Olenderski, 51, 22:48; 3. Chelsea Palmer, 106, 26:48 10-13: I. Evan Mock, 18, 20:09; 2. Matt Rig- gin, 21, 20:30; 3. Russell Ayers, 26, 21:00 i. Brittany Morris, 27, 21:02; 2. Tiffany Melendez, 34, 21:47; 3. Gina D'Amico, 46, 22:37 14-19: 1. Wayne Hickok, 9, 18:09; 2. Jason Jacques, 13, 18:42; 3. Matt Schramm, 25, 20:58 1. Cole Pavlik, 43, 22:19; 2. Jennifer Willis, 72, 24:21; 3. Carol Ann Dulin, 92, 25:45 20-24: 1. Ray Rodriguez, 7, 17:54; 2. Chuck Langrehr, 110, 27:12 !. Kathy Kiernan, 158, 34:05 25-29: 1. Marc Buckwalter, 14, 18:46; 2. Larry Dietz, 17, 19:54; 3. Jay Pierson, 20, 20:21 t. Kirsten Waitber, 11, 18:30; 2. Vicki Boyer, 15, 18:49; 3. Elizabeth Mc- Cormick, 58, 23:07 30-34: 1. Eric Mugele, 31, 21:38; 2. Gary Gray, 47, 22:39; 3. Darwin Manges, 88, 25:22 1. Sue Carpenter, 63, 23:47; 2. Deanna Marcelo, 139, 29:27; 3. Pam Clingenpeel, 142, 30:08 35-39: 1. Dan Miller, 3, 17:27; 2. Bernie Guy, 12, 18:32; 3. Peter Chiarelli, 16, 19:47 2. Julie Creasey, 38, 22:03; 2. Michelle Orr, 41, 22:17; 3. Gean O'Neill, 79, 24:46 40-44: 1. Glenn Kemp, 4, 17:36; 2. Michael Clark, 8, 17:57; 3. Timothy Garrahan, 24, 20:54 1. Terri Moore, 98, 26:07; 2. Doris Hicks, 102, 26:27; 3. Susan Eimasian, 140, 29:29 45-49: 1. Ron Niblett, 6, 17:52; 2. Randell Lee, 22, 20:37; 3. Joe Barranco, 23, 20:49 1. Mary Louis White, 83, 25:01; 2. Car- ole Short, 97, 26:04; 3. Linda Hopkins, 100, 26:21 50-54: 1. John Weiss, 5, 17:47; 2. Fred Hickok, 62, 23:43; 3. Peter Martin, 130, 28:25 1. Sharyn Slick, 48, 22:41; 2. Judith Gilbert, 75, 24:38; 3. Joyce Albro, 93, 25:45 55-59: 1. Carl Kane, 28, 21:19; 2. Frank McGinnis, 49, 22:44; 3. Jim Bastian, 69, 24:09 1. Sandra Davies, 120, 27:42; 2. Lana Kane, 148, 31:00; 3. Ruth Prisaznick, 150, 31:11 60 and over: 1. Ron Baunchall 55, 23:03; 2. Bob Powell, 66, 24:06; 3. Rex Enos, 74, 24:30 1. Lillian Peeler, 147, 30:54; 2. 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