Newspaper Archive of
Cape Gazette
Lewes, Delaware
Jim's Towing Service
November 7, 2014     Cape Gazette
PAGE 105     (105 of 128 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 105     (105 of 128 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 7, 2014

Newspaper Archive of Cape Gazette produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 10I~ Top 5 runners runners into earning a higher Ravens, coming off a season of number, nagging injuries to run his per- faster than a The significance of this infor- sonal best time by 40 seconds. Georgetown minute marion is that organizers of the Nate Twining of CR was in- meet moved it from Killens Pond dividual champion while Adam By Dave Frederick for the first time in 47 years, and Bailey of Smyrna placed third scored the meet incorrectly by and Bryan Perry of Polytech was adding all seven runners into a fourth. The Sussex Tech Ravens fmal score, producing borderline Cape,s top runners were Ryan flocked around the Indian River confusing results days after the Wilson in 10th and Sam Nye in cross country course, the top completion of the meet. 15th. 5 runners separated by a New Sussex Tech knew what time The team order of finish was York minute, 16:37 to 17:37, to win it was when their top 5 got home Sussex Tech followed by Caesar the Henlopen Conference Cross before CR's top 5 to win the Rodney, Cape, Smyrna, Lake For- Country Championship meet Henlopen meet for the first time est and Polytech. with a low 40 points over favored in school history for coach Lou The DIAA state championship Caesar Rodney, which placed Nicoletti. meet for Division I and II boys second with 78. Sam Hete led Tech, running and girls is Saturday, Nov. 8, at The basic rule for scoring a 16:37 for a second-place finish fol- White Clay Creek State Park on cross country meet is to add up lowed by Ben Bamforth 16:57 in Route 896 just north of Newark. the top 5 places of each team fifth, Ian Carlisle 17:15 in seventh, The meet times are Division II and the low score wins. Runners Jake Bamforth 17:19 in eighth and . girls at 1 p.m., Division I girls at 6 and 7 don't count other than Jay Hinds 17:37 in 18th place. 1:40, Division II boys at 2:20 and to displace or knock back other lake Bamforth was key for the Division I boys at 3. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS SUSSEX TECH'S SAM HETE, left, battles Adam Bailey of Smyrna during the Henlopen Conference Championship meet at Indian River High School Nov. 3. Nate Twining of CR was the overall winner. Sam Hete of Sussex Tech forges to the front at the start of the Henlopen Championships at Indian River. Sussex Tech's Ben Bamforth runs 16:57, which was good for fifth place. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS THE GIRLS' HENLOPEN is off to a clean start at Indian River and on the way to a muddled finish. CONFERENCE RACE Mills Madison MacEIrevey, Cape's No. 1 Rodriguez-Lopez of Milford. runner, placed fourth just ahead of Ja~n rnpl By Dave Frederick it up and shut it down perfor- Henlopen Conference Champi- mance, onship meet was moved away But beyond that, days later the from Killens Pond under the The girls' race for the Henlo- unraveling of team scoring con- administration of Lake Forest. pen Conference Championship tinued; it was finally determined What in the names of Jim Blades was run without a hitch in the that Smyrna was second over and Keith Burgess is going on? giddy-up Nov. 1 at Indian River Cape at third place, based on the The DIAA State Champion- High School, and everyone knew sixth-place runner breaking a tie. ship Meet is Saturday, Nov. 8, at Caesar Rodney dominated, led This was the first time in 45 White Clay Creek State Park on by Rebekah Mills' 19-minute jack years (who is counting?) the Route 896 just north of Newark. Roxy Ramirez of Sussex Tech placed third in the race. Rebekah Mills of CR goes to the front and stays there in the Henlopen C'~r~- ference Championship.