Seaside 10 a Big Hit Despite Conditions

OCEAN CITY- Despite the wind and rain that accompanied the Nor’Easter that blew through the area last weekend, nearly 500 runners turned out for the annual Seaside 10 and 5K last weekend in Ocean City.

The Seaside 10 included 250 runners in less than ideal conditions, many of whom were in costume for Halloween. For the record, Enos Benbow, Jr. of Georgetown finished first, followed by Justin Hackley of Odenton and Daryl St. Clair of Chambers Hill. Top local finishers included Dan Clemson, Salisbury, 12; Corrine Banks, Ocean City, 15; Fernando Guerrero, Fruitland, 18; Diane Walsh, Ocean Pines, 19; Sean Rolleston, Berlin, 22; Donald Parana, Berlin, 23; Monty Sayler, Salisbury, 28; Peter Varney, Salisbury, 32; Kelly Selph, Salisbury, 34; and Stephen Adkins, Ocean City, 40.

In the 5K race, Fenwick Island’s Brian Stoehr finished first, while Matt Keller of Millsboro was second and Joseph Repici of Burlington, N. J. was third. Runners from the local area to finish in the Top 10 included Stoehr (1), Ryan Watson, Salisbury (4), Sheriff Donsunmu, Fruitland, (6), and Lisa Davis, Salisbury, (10).