Special Olympics Howard County at the Marine Corps 10K

Special Olympics Howard County athletes and parents at the Marine Corps 10K (L-R): Thomas Logue, Julian Than, Tom Logue, Bruce Worley, Mark Worley and Maria Than. (Photo submitted by Diane Mikulis / October 27, 2013)

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Running

In the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 27, four Special Olympics Howard County athletes competed in the Marine Corps 10K (6.2 miles). The athletes — Thomas Logue (17), Julian Than (18), and twins Mark and Bruce Worley (27) — were the guests of Special Olympics Virginia.

The Marines escorted the athletes to the starting line and cheered them on along with a field of over 7,500 runners. The chill of the morning encouraged fast times. Thomas Logue ran with his dad, Tom, and Julian Than ran with his mother, Maria. The twins, Mark and Bruce, competed as individuals.

Results:

Unified Division 1: 1. Thomas and Tom Logue, 44:04.

Unified Division 4: 1. Julian and Maria Than, 49:34.

Men's Division 2: 1. Mark Worley, 43:04; 2. Bruce Worley, 43:49.

Special Olympics Howard County hosted a cross country meet at Centennial Park on Sunday, Nov. 3. Nineteen athletes participated (about half from Montgomery County) along with 30 volunteers from the community. Two courses — a 2K and a 5K — were set through the park and along the lake. The conditions were perfect: sunny with a chill, and lots of volunteers to help and cheer. Seven athletes competed in the 5K and twelve competed in the 2K. Howard County results:

5K: 1. Thomas Logue, 21:40; 2. Bruce Worley, 22:23; 3. Mark Worley, 22:25; 4. Julian Than, 23.21.

2K: 1. Will Frisinger, 9:55; 6. Marcus Lesho, 14:27; 7. Calvin Racette, 15:27; 9. Matthew Taylor, 18:00; 12. Michael Monachino, 19:31.

Cheerleading and Poms

Howard County's Ellicott City Patriots Youth Cheerleading and Poms teams won in a big way at the MMYFCL Competition at the University of Maryland, College Park on Nov. 10. The 6-8 age group won first place in its division, the 10-12 team placed second and the Poms teams won both the 6-8 and 8-10 age groups. The Patriots, in only their second year, edged the Damascus Poms to win.

Tennis

The Glenmont Tennis League, a Howard County adult women's summer league, completed its 2013 season with the following division and overall* winners.

2.5 singles: Evie Callahan

3.0 singles: Colleen Hall, Tracy German*

3.5 singles: Julie Dreisch, Cara Zaller*

4.0 singles: Debbi Shaw*, Maureen Miller

2.5 doubles: Evie Callahan and Holly Hoenes

3.0 doubles: Mary Roepke and Karen Moore-Roby*; Evelyn Chaverni and Gina Seyfried

3.5 doubles: Susan Reichard and Arlene Kitahara*; Colleen Ryan and Marybeth Krammer; Pat Knapp and Carol Oltjen

4.0 doubles: Mary Shawhan and Mary Testoff