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Cape Gazette SPORTS & OUTDOORS FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 - MONDAY DECEMBER 5, 2Oll 101 Nation- in he ran on a tough, ethany will South ( course y, Last he Rehobot Beach champion i an 11:02, while Running Ccmpany ran 11.'00 at[h( regionals and the Sea: ;hore is year. Luck t{t e Blakester! Striders are gearing up for the Seashore Mar thon, Jf 50"Miler I I which will be held Sa urday, Why would soOae ne want to Dec. 10, beginning at he Band- pqt his or her body through 50 stand in Rehoboth Be ach. The straight miles of n ing? The ' Mike Long is now a runner after follow- race is bringing 1.400 runners 49 h JFK event fromIBoonsboro ing the Couch to 5K training program. along with families at d friends toJWilliamsport i} Washington to the area, which eqt ares to ap- Cgunty, Md., four d four locals course drops over 1,000 feet in a proximately a half-mi lion dol- ogthe starting lin} Andy Sta- series of steep switchbacks, then lars to the local econc my over top,Amy Linzy, Dpr s Hicks and crosses under Route 340 and two days. Water stop groups Er k Farhaas were to an- connects with the C&O Canal and course monitors re still be- s er the ciuestior towpath. The canal section of ing ass gned so if yot are lo6k- The first 5.5 rail}s, tarting on ing for some commm dty service th{ road surface aM joining the ing assigned, so ifyot are lo6k- the IFK 50-Miler is 26.3 miles, ing for some commu] ity, ervic on lust over flail marathon, of almost or a team-building ev mt for Appalachian Trail]at Z5 mileshe totally fiat, unpaved dirt/gravel your business, contac: race di- ga s 1,172 feet in e le ation, which surface that is free of all autom0- rector Tim at 302- 64, -8952. w&es runners a hurry, five vehicle traffic. The race .Frgm 2.5 to 15.5 r est course route leaves the C&O Canal tow- Blake to race AAU Nail, )nals is the Appalacl]uat " Traillr, on a path at Dam No. 4 and proceeds Nine-year old Seast ore Strid- se 'non that is" ver r0,r cky as it" to follow gently rolling, paved er Blake Hundley isoff aro ls across the m u!Jtain ridge, country roads the last 8.4 miles to third-place finish at Nov. 19 At[ approximately miles thethe finish. The Boonsboro start is at an elevation Of 570 feet. The Cape Regi n AtNet s Of Week JOE MCCOY CORDAE SHOWELL GATHERED AFTER THE Staton and Doris Hicks. | SUBMITTED PHOTOS JFK 50-MILER are (I-r) Amy Linzy, Erik Farinas, Andy Williamsport finish is at 452 feet above sea level. This year's event had 941 starters with 864 finishers. Un- fortunately, Linzy was one of those who did not finish as she did not make the time cutoff at mile 35. The rest of the local con- nection did manage to finish be- low the 12-hour cutoff time. Erik Farinas led the way in 289th place, running 9:30:22, while Doris Hicks was 731st in 11:35:10. Andy Staton finished 772nd in 11:51:52. TODD WIL$OR Joe is a 23-year-o! - .The leading scor}r for the 2010- A 24-year-old out of Sussex Todd is the ultimate unsung steeplechaser at tf e Uniyersity Cape basketb !! tleam, Central, ( oidae s fit ripped and athlete during this time of the of Akron who hailsl fr0m i ndr, ew is now g}t minutes athletic, excelling at Whatever year of postseaS0n playoffs and t.uyahoga Falls O io. Last ' ryan' for McD@ie( College. sport he tsp ay ng. Bur ng the all-conference ana all-state Saturday, Nov. 26,he won the o has seen igr if cant 41st annua Coo spr n Turke vet " - . g y teams. He isthe hooded interior o alltNeatthel umpkmP e I lay ngttmecon in offtheBow gameonThanksgivng lineman - played for the Black 5Kin a very fast time of !5:28. l ench through tt e first six bal Cordae made acrobatic catches team-inside a rough-and- Anytime.you finishl first ih a race g ites andgoing high to snag a tOL :ames, playing 25 rhinL snag a touchdown tough, full-contact Turkey Bowl of-400 people it [sl,note orthy. cof rig four poir ts hi e d sh ng catch from Rob Moore for the game, opposing guys who 'This is like a speeq worffout for 6ff two assists nla 4-45 w n Green team and sliding low to would just as soon rip and twist me," McCoy said. 'fm a fifth- 6ver Penn State- fork Nov. 27. corral several low throws, your head off like a quick grab of year senior at Akrc n and hope :Andrew then sc&ed 10 points Looking about 6-foot-2-inches, a lonely drumstick and say, to break 8:40 in t'h [ . had two assJst. in a 66-58 190 pounds, Cordae was.a/so "What's up dog?" Todd played steeplechase and .ualif /for-the I}ossi at Dickinso N 3v. 30;, playing deep safety on defense, football, basketball, track and NCA A outdoor na(ional' eet' . oa'ch Kevin Cu ley[said, l am When asked if his fitness was baseball during his days at Joe was vacationin wit6 his surpr sed An[dr4w has found from what he did or d dn't do, Sussex Central and said being a parents inOcean C ity, Md. the court as a fr4sh an. We he said, .'1 have never smoked, football linebacker was his best Ifnew when we r cr ited him drank or done drugs. I just try to memory, admitting, 'Tm not 'l hat he could ha dl the ball get out there and play as many say,ng I was such a great player, .{nd Shoot, and hJe'sJa sports as I can.' Cordae also played everything." Iremendous co peltitor," but l plays for Outkast in the Y flag football league. Mike Long- a running giant Mike and Donna Long are now members of the Seashore Strid- ers racing family and this fall have found themselves showing up at the starting line in local 5K events. Their story is interesting as both rookie runners followed the Couch4o-a-5K in 10 Weeks program that I wrote years ago, which is still popular today with walkers wanting to transition to a 5K. "We followed the program and modified it a bit, repeating weeks until we felt we were ready to move on to a new chal- ! lenging week," explained Mik ! Mike competed in the Dolphin Dash 5K back in September and I: ran 32:29 with Donna at 37:29. f .Recently they took part in the Huff, Puff and Race for Pumpkin jl Pie 5K, where Mike ran 28:45, while Donna was at 34:21. The i other connection Mike has with ! the Seashore Striders is that Mike is the store manager of the local Rehoboth Beach Super G, and his store is a sponsor of the {i Seashore Striders events, supply- ! mg the post-race food for the event. Winter cheerleading camp set Dec. 1041 The Cape 2011 Winter Cheer- leading Camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday and Sffn- day, Dec. 10-11, at Cape Henlopen High School, Lewes. Drop off starts at 8:30 a.m.; lunch break is provided at 11:30 a.m., and par- ents are asked to provide their child's lunch. The camp is for ages 5 through 13 and divided into age groups. The fee is $60 and space is limit- ed. -' The camp is designed to stress the fundamentals of cheerlead- ing such as strength, conditima- ing and position-specific tech- niques. The high school coaching staff and cheerleaders will conduct the camp. A camp T-shirt is pro- vided for participants to wear on Sunday. To register email Cape.Cheer@grnail.com or pick up a registration form at the v