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, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 Enos Benbow breaks one-hour mark to win race on Gordons Pond Trail By Dave Frederick Enos Benbow was the overall fredman@capegazette.com winner in 59:51 followed by Andy Jakubowitch in 1:00:40. The Skirt Chaser 10 Miler con- Erin Graves was the first wom- tested Nov. 15, sponsored by the an and third overall in 1:11.0 and Rehoboth Beach Running Com- was caught by Benbow at the pany, was fun to run, comfortable 7.5-mile mark. toy ateh and difficult to unravel The rest of the top 10 were for results. Ryan Wilson 1:04, Abby Myers "There is place, chip time and 1:12, Brandt "Chic Chaser" Chi gun time," said Race Director 1:05, Paul Montini 1:06, Jeanette Tim Bamforth, who dreams in Hammon 1:16, Rich Jones 1:08 digital displays, and Anthony Romano 1:08. The skirt chaser idea is to give A total of 22 runners averaged all the women an 8:30 head start; an under 8 minute per mile pace then the men try to run them for the 10-mile course con.ricer- down. ing Rehoboth through Cordons The finishing place takes ad- Pond to Herring Point back vantage of the head start, again. THE CAPTURE: Andy Jakubowitch, left, and Enos DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS Benbow, right, catch Alisst Elliot and, Kelly Jones at the 5-rnile mark. Ar~ony Romano runs 1:08 for 10th place. Erin Graves, the first woman runner, finishes third after being caught by Enos Benbow at the 7.5-mile mark. The second woman, Abby placed fifth overall. Myers, Jack Vassalotti wears a skirt but no one will chase himl layer of the Year - Cape junior Tess Bernheimer was named Field Hockey Plhyer of the Year for 2014, ac- cording to WikiLeaks and Face- book, although I'm still waiting foamy official press release that comes from where and whom I have no idea. Tess was the most d : gerous two-way player on the state's best team, running the middle of the field with sp ed to burn and a scorching slap shot. Sam Broadhurst was named to the first-team all-state squad while Marlee McGinness and Erin Coverdale were named second team. All-state teams are mildly interesting but mostly a travesty of talent evaluation. Tess is a next-level player and one of five starters returning for Cape along with Sydney Ostroski, Erin Coverdale, An- nie Judge and Lizzie Frederick. Lexi Gooch was a spot starter - missed some games with a hand injury - and Riley Shields is heir apparent at the goalie position. That leaves four spots up for grabs for 2015 and plenty of talent to contest for prime-time minutes, so don't "pitch about it," just beast up and get ready. Ready to rock and roll - Sussex Tech football plays at Middle- town at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 21. Saint Mark's plays at Wil- liam Penn at 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 22, in the other Division I semifinal matchup. The Ravens will roll to 30 points on Friday, and I believe they will win, but Middletown is a big-game program with players who sav- agely sell out on every play. St. Georges, coached by J.D. Maull of Lewes, hosts Hodgson at 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 22. Laurel will play Friends at Caravel at 2:30 p.m., Saturday in the other semifinal Division II game. Academics askew- Some 18,000 students apply to Duke every year and 4,000 get ac- cepted..And of that number, 41 percent attend. Average SAT scores for those accepted average about 1400 for reading and math combined. How does Duke basketball find tremen- dously tall freshmen with those academic skills and test numbers who want to play for the great Coach K for a single season before bolting to the NBA? Whatever Duke is selling, I ain't buying it. We all stupid! - Send me back 300 years and I can tell stories about all the techno- logical advances that have been discovered to make life more comfortable for humans at the expense of planet animal. But I don't know how or why anything works; in the realm of engineering I qualify as stupid. Talking heads of sports radio DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO A CRUISE MISSILE marauding the midfields of high school field hockey, Tess Bernheimer was named 2014 Delaware Player of the Year: and television were having a tion of 20/20 all these goobers good time laughing at Cam knew that 20/20 is perfectly Newton when after a podium clear vision but no one knew post-game press conference he what 20 actually meant or could said, "Hindsight is 50/50." But really explain shortsightedness when pressed for an explana- Continued on page 98