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Falmouth, MA, April 18, 2003

Surprise....No Rain for Coffee-O-Fivers

by by Ken Gartner

Twenty-six runners and half a dozen walkers took part in the annual Good Friday edition of the Coffee-O-Five. Some of the regulars were sitting this one out to rest for Mondayıs Boston Marathon. Others were resting for the cross-country ³Chase the Patriot Run,² which was to be held on Saturday morning at Falmouth Academy. Four of the top five runners stormed across the line within one minute of one another. Chris Sherwood edged Chris Legualt by just 11 seconds to snare second place. Pete Landry crossed the line another 15 seconds later with big Tim Jones hot on his heels. Mr. Jones finally made his 2003 Coffee-O-Five debut after several earlier planned appearances were kind of rained out. Al Price also finished his first Coffee-O-Fiver of 2003. He finished in sixth place with a time of 37 minutes flat. Even the Hawk showed up this week. The tap puller from Litchfield, CT soared into town the night before for a public relations engagement. Joanna York finished in a tie for first to garner her first ever Coffee-O-Five ³co-win.² Ms. York ran with Stace Beaulieu and the two women finished in just over 42 minutes. Sharon Napier edged Judi Keller by just six seconds for third, while Joanne Corsano out-legged Madeleine Marken for fifth. The Coffee-O-Five is a weekly five-mile run and 2.4 mile noncompetitive walk, which is held every Friday night at 5:30 from Town Hall Square in Falmouth. There is no entry fee for this self-timed event and all runners and walkers are invited to participate.

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