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Cape Gazette Ily e in 46-year-old winner is a former NCAA champion in steeplechase By Dave Frederick fredman@capegazette.com Visit ps online at: la' wwW, capepzette,com The Nov. 24 Pumpkin Pie 5K which started from Grove Park Two years ago he showed up then moved down Henlopen Av- and won the Bill Degnan 5K in enue with a record 500 runners Lewes. and a howling north wind was "I guess I walk around with a won by 46-year-old Tommy No- good mileage base," he said in hilly from West Chester, N.Y., in a an understatement. "But I don't "shut it down no one around" do much speed work on the time of 16:41. Tommy's 14-year- track." old son, Eion, was eighth in 19:04 Enos Benbow was second in just behind N-year-old Evo Pavo- the race in 17:24. Danny MacEl: sevich in 19:03. revey won the masters race in Nohilly, a University of Florida 18:43. His son Austin, a junior at graduate, was the 1989 NCAA na- Cape, was a recent all-state per- tional champion in the steeple- former for the Vikings in cross chase with a personal record of country. 8:16 over 300 meters. Tommy Katie Tomlinson, 24, of Milton was fourth at the 1992 and 1996 was the top female finisher in Olympic trials. He owns a per- 19:10. Wanda Tomlinson, 59, ran sonal best 4:01 indoors in the 28:53. mile. Margarita Brose, 50, was sec- "I've been coaching high ond in 20:18. Her 82-year-old fa- school runners in cross country, ther, Carlton Brose, also ran, so I haven't had a lot of training completing the course in 44 time," said Nohilly, who has been minutes. vacationing in Rehoboth with 17 Leo Yombo, just 7 years old, other family members every ran an incredible 22:39. D.]. Far- summer for the last 10 years, ren, 10, clocked a 21:17. Tommy Nohilly on cruise control wins thePumpkin Pie 5K. Breck Vanderwende, 39, the Bridgeville farmer, won his age group in 19:22. Tony Bowe, 41, the fit and hap- py Superfresh cart guy, ran 2I:12. Tony can also bench some weight. Local Kevin Smith, 64, retired and free and clear of Biden and Obama (he was a Biden aide) -won his age group in 24:06. Other local notables include 13-year-old Shea Sugrue, who ran a 26:45 in her first 5t( effort. Notes: The Rehoboth Beach Seashore Marathon and Half Marathon takes off at 7 a.m., Sat- urday, Dec. 8. The registration is closed unless you have some se- rious local juice. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTOS JACKIE ILOVET'I', left, and Shannon Lovett are happy to finish together. Jackie is a former president of the Cape Honor Society. Holla! A record 500 runners toed the starting line for the Pumpkin Pie 5K. TH Cape guard Shantel Hazzard gets possession of a loose ball and drives up court. D KmU as'e" a" ussex Central and St. Thomas More have cancelled their IV ,prgrams because they don't Continued from page 88 have enough players. Coach ]ohn Marvel, a quarterback who dd that." led Sussex Central to an unde- Cape opens the regular season feated season in 1971 and with four straight road games at coached Sussex Tech to state Smyrna Dec. 4, Ursuline Dec. 7, softball tries in 2007 and 2012, is Indian River Dec. 11 and Sussex now a teacher at Delmarva Tech Dec. 14. Christian and coach of the girls' Notes: Indian River, Milford, basketball tearri. PGA Certified Instruction Pro Shop Swimming Pools & Tennis Courts (Open to the Public-Daily Passes g Memberships Available) Large Banquet Facility PGA Ce rtified Instruction Pro Shop Driving Range Bar and Grill