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Record field turns out for Run for the Rose 5K A record field turned out for the ninth annual Run For the Rose 5K and 1-mile walk last Saturday morning in Rehoboth Beach on a cold day for running. The 30-de- gree racing temperature did not seem to bother the turnout as 156 runners and 20 walkers who braved the brisk weather to run for local charities in the annual event. The local sorority, the Beta Sig- ma Phi Chi chapter, hosts the event that is conducted by the Seashore Strider racing crew. "We have continued to grow every year and this year we had a great turnout even on a cold day," commented one of the early or- ganizers, Ann Simpler. "It is just great to see everyone come out for a good cause. It's agood time for all." Capturing the overall male rifle was Jeff Zola, his first overall win at the Rose, in a time of 16:49, while Aimee Shebest won the overall female title in 20:14. Smart Horsey finished 10th in 19:07 to win the male masters di- vision, while Jane Godfrey won the female masters title in a time of 23:12. Other highlights include first year runner Lexi Heuring captur- ing the girls 9 and under group in 27:03, while Christina Bristowe completed her first ever 5K in a time of 36:02, paced by Dr. Dad. One of the better times in the past 10 years was turned in by Tim Young, who captured the boys 10-13 age group in 20:17. Striders' Brittany Morris ran un- der 24 minutes, .with a 23:57, while Veronica D'Amico broke 27 in her first 5K in 26:59. .Jack Powell ran 20:06 to win the 50-54 age group, while Ann Barker led three female 60 and over runners in 30:02. RUN FOR THE ROSE 5K RESULTS Overall Champions: Male - Jeff Zola, 1, 16:49; Female- Aimee Shebest, 21, 20:14 Master Champions: Male - Stuart Horsey, 10, 19:07; Female- Jane God- frey, 49, 23:12 9 and under 1. Alexis Heuring, 107, 27:03; 2. Christine Bristowe, 151, 36:02 10-13 1. Tim Young, 22, 20:17; 2. Brian Carey, 101, 26:35; 3. Matthew Carey, 117, 27:58 1. Melissa McPartland, 52, 23:36; 2. Brittany Morris, 57, 23:57; 3. Veronica D'Amico, 105, -26:59 14-19 1. Greg Swift, 5, 18:19; 2. Andrew Rogan, 7, 18:24; 3. Dillon Gracey, 8, 18:26 1. Caitlin McGroerty, 33, 21:29; 2. Caitlin McPartland, 62, 24:11; 3. Sara Toner, 88, 26:12 20-24 1. Matthew Dunn, 6, 18:23; 2. Jason Jacques, 13, 19:27; 3. Patrick Killoran, 79, 25:20 1. Brooke Wamer, 54, 23:47; 2. Tri- cia Tyler, 71, 24:45; 3. Jeanne Sinclair, 89, 26:13 25-29 1. Jared Todtell, 3, 18:09; 2. Mike Toner, 9, 18:46 1. Arica Hell, 46, 23:06; 2. Maggie Barker, 69, 24:34; 3. Alli Bumstein, 75, 25:06 30-34 1. Stuart Shebest, 4, 18:15; 2. Marty Clark, 14, 19:46; 3. Patrick Beebe, 23, RUNNING Tim Bamforth 20:50 1. Nicole Groh, 37, 22:02; 2. Stephanie Fitzgerald, 114, 27:45; 3. Laura Schneider, 155, 37:00 35-39 1. Leslie Wright, 2, 17:31; 2. Phillip Liggett, 18, 20:03; 3. John Yanacek, 19, 20:05 1. Kate Swindell, 46, 23:04; 2. Joann White, 59, 24:02; 3. Lidia Smith, 86, 26:06 4O44 1. Dan Miller, 11, 19:20; 2. Ed Bymes, 16, 19:55; 3. Reuben ICing, 17, 20:02 1. Rita Regan, 64, 24:14; 2. Joan Faull, 97, 26:29; 3. Wendy McPartland, 102, 26:35 45-45 1. Alan Quillen, 24, 20:51; 2. Keith Emery, 26, 20:59; 3. John Shepherd, 27, 21:01 1. Sue Sherwood, 76, 25:19; 2. Tri- cia Kowalewski, 83, 25:45; 3. Doris Hicks, 85, 25:54 50-54 1. Jack Powell, 20, 20:06; 2. Larry Windsor, 25, 20:52; 3. Harvey Shul- man, 38, 22:06 1. Kathleen Nilles, 93, 26:22 55-59 1. Douglas Tootell, 34, 21:48; 2. Roger Heam, 35, 21:50; 3. Don Mar- vel, 40, 22:23 60-64 1. Paul Kiefer, 56, 23:56; 2. Rodger Hell, 65, 24:18; 3. Hal Carrier, 66, 24:21 60 and over 1. Anne Barker, 133, 30:02; 2. Jamie Wollard, 138, 31:18; 3. Lillian Wolf, 157, 46:41 65 and over 1. Ron Baunchalk, 72, 24:49; 2. Rex Enos, 115, 27:56; 3. Dr. Lee Masser, 122, 28:34 1-mile walk 1. Suzen Dubre; 2. Jimmy Riss; 3. Madeline Kane Dan Cook photo OFF TO IOWA - Members of the Seashore Striders jammed themselves into a limosine Thursday, Dec. 5, for the ride to the airport and a flight to Ames, Iowa where they will com- pete in the National Cross Country Championsh/ps Saturday, Dee 7. The crew included Steve Peer, Marybeth Bett Becky Riedei, Amy Mallamo, Andrew Rieker, Briiff, any Morris, Brett, Morris, Jon Moore, Erin Ricker, Veronica D'Amieo, All Coning, Tiffany Melendez, Andrew Ro- gan, and Evan Meek. The runners will return to the Cape Region Dec. 8. TEN GOLDEN RULES - Sev- eral first-time runners and walkers have been faithfully following the Seashore Strider/Grove Club walk to jog program that Bob Porter and myself designed several years ago. Many have started in the fall with hopes of completing the Oc- tober Sea Witch 5K or the No- vember Run For the Rose 5K. I ran into two first-timers this week who both asked me about printing the 10 golden rules for a begin- ning runner. So here is the list, and remember that you can design or alter any part of the program so that it is good for you. On a personal note, my father John the Grill Man is well into the program and has extended the walk portion of the program so the walking outweighs the run- ning which is good for him at this time in the program. 1. Start at your doctor's office with a thorough checkup before you begin. 2. Make sure you have the prop- er equipment, most importantly a new, cushioned pair of training shoes. 3. Keep a diary that will track your progress and direct your fu- ture. 4. Never push too early. Going too fast is the most common mis- take. 5. Know and then listen to your body with common sense. 6. Four feet are better than two. Train with a partner or group like the Seashore Striders or Grove Club. 7. Develop your own training routine with the time and loca- tions which are best for you. 8. Eliminate several aches and pains with a proper warm-up and cool-down stretching routine. 9. Avoid a quick injury with three basic rules: avoid worn shoes, uneven surfaces, and going too far-too fast-too soon. 10. Set no limitations and don't underestimate your potential abil- ity. NATIONAL XC CHAMPI- ONSHIPS - A team of 19 ath- letes, 11 family members, four coaches and a manager making up a crew of 35 headed west Thurs- day afternoon, Dec. 5, for the Na- tional Cross Country Champi- onships in Ames, Iowa. By the time the Cape Gazette hits the street this week, the Strider crew hopes to be reviewing the Iowa Continued on page 114 HUNTING, FISHING, ARCHERY Bow rQUIPMrNr HUGE INVENTORY REDUCTION AT AUCTION!! , Am00lV:q000000 I ERIS: Cash or E M M ERT#AUCTION ,- .3 approx. 1| ID's or major credit   [mile south of| II.D.'s or r I ASSOCIATES iSmyma, OE. Onthel card on day of sale. 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