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,? Cape Gazette SPORTS &. OUTDOORS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13 " THURSDA'~ DECEMBER 15, 2011 27 1,500 COMPETE IN REHOBOTH iVlARATHON, HALF ~i~ ~i, ,i, i RUNNERS start their journey in the t~ehoboth Beach Seashore Marathon and Half Marathon Dec. 10. RON MACARTHUR PHOTO Owl and Howl: Cassie Beck represents her own Owl and Howl running clUb!With all the dogs at the finish line, it could catch on. DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO Basic rule of running: Don't run the trails in a nude suit during bow season. Rose Polyakova completed the half marathon in 2:21. DAN COOK PHOTO Remus Medley shows that he is strong at the 11-mile mark. He placed 12th with a time of 2:51:22. A pack of runners clears the drawbridge in Lewes. DAN COOK PHOTO LL CHAMPIONSHUP SET DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME ending the 15th season of the Sussex Famity YMCA fall football league will be played at 10 a.m,, Sunday, Dec. 18, on the football field behind the former Lewes High School Ion Savannah Road in Lewes. B.O.B., Bunch of Bosses, advanced to the title game with a 31-16 win over Grand Rental.Station while OutKast defeated Slaughter Neck Community Center 36q4. OutKast is the two-time defending champion while B.O.B., seeded sixth with players from Seaford and Milford, is the lowest seed to ever reach the championship game. Marcus Hazzard of Slaughter Neck waits for a "you gOtta catch that'! i~ncom- ing pass. Somehow the ball found the ground. Fredman Continued from page 25 ren Beidmans cleaning up the family boat, cleverly named "Warrens Three" at Pillottown Marina. That is "Coach B" on the left, his son Warren III in the middle and Warren "Pop" Beide- man on the right. Please contin- ue to send cards to Coach War- ren Beideman in care of his son at 109 Woodbridge Court, Sell- erville, PA 18060. Coach B just tumed 80 and is battling ALS; he is the most spirited person any of us have ever met and yet it is we who can brighten up his day, just like always. Go to next game - Sanford boys' basketball is 55-3 over the last two seasons with two straight Delaware state champi- onships. Put them on the sched- ule, travel 90 miles north for a Saturday afternoon game into the alien culture of a private school and a small gym and you are even money to get run out of the house. Sanford only scored 64 against visiting Cape, but the Vikings could only manage 31 points - I'll wait whale you sub- tract - a 33-point loss. Cape, 0-2, DAVE FREDERICK PHOTO ELITE MESSmAId COLLEGE runners (I-r) Brian Hager, Patrick Hager and Eric Bofinger dominated the Rehoboth Marathon and are really good guys as well. is at 0-2 Sussex Tech Tuesday, Dec 13, an early season must- win game for both squads. Snippets - McDanid freshman point guard Andrew Merlo got his second start Dec. 10 at Wash- ington College and scored 10 for the second straight game, but the Green Terror lost 81-63. Hi- lary Merlo ran a 1:53 in the Re- hoboth Half Marathon, .wrapped herself in an aluminum foil cape, then headed to Chestertown, Md., with her parents Ioanne and Mark to watch Andrew play. Eric Bofinger won the Rehoboth Marathon while his former teammate Patrick Hager was second and Brian Hager was seventh. All three guys ran at Messiah College. The first woman, Carol ]efferson, ran at Liberty College. Definitely a good day for the Christians. Great beards by the Brothers Hagar. My joke: "Rep like lesus, run like Iudas." Not sure what Christians find funny as I grew up Catholic. Philly Latin: "I can beat you at dominoes:" "No, you can't." Go on now, gift