imageBright sun, a moderate wind from the west and temperatures ranging from the mid-30’s to mid-40’s made for a superb day to run the Cape Cod Ultrarunning Society’s 50K/25K at Sandy Neck. Perhaps it was too warm as much of the beach hasn’t seen a good freeze yet making for some tricky footing. Gregg Stone set the tempo with a 4:33 for the 50K with Colleen Murphy the women’s winner of the quahog shell in 5:24, good for 9th overall. In the 25K, Jamie Zschau dispatched all challengers in 2:07 ahead of a perennially goggled John Martin who posted 3rd in 2:17. Molly Alesch led the women over the upper and lower loops one time for a win in 2:19 which placed her 4th overall. Club power walker Bill Dalrymple tackled the beach and walked to a 4:24 in the 25K, followed by a short outing on Sunday at the Chapin’s Grand Prix finale. The crazy entirety was recorded for historical and training purposes by Alan Budney. [Full Results] [Photos]


January 28, 2012 – Sandy Neck Beach, Sandwich/Barnstable, MA
38-44 degrees with moderate wind from the west, bright sun


  Men 50K  
1 Gregg Stone 4:33
2 Justin Contois 4:37
3 Adam Wilcox 4:52
4 Joe Wrobleski 5:06
5 Gregg Lowe 5:07
6 Dave Boudreau 5:13
7 David Merkt 5:15
8 Justin Neviackas 5:18
9 Mark Kruger 5:31
10 Neil Lacy 5:31
11 Dean Barbera 5:36
12 Anthony Parillo 5:55
13 Kevin Mullen 5:57
14 Fred Murolo 6:27
15 Joe Polequin 6:29
16 Steve Edwards 6:41
17 Koa Hasegawa 6:55
18 Doug Grey 7:00
19 Carl Gustafson 7:16
20 Glen Pacheco 7:30


  Women 50K  
1 Colleen Murphy 5:24
2 Francis Ambruso 5:43
3 Brenda Phillips 6:25
4 Bekki Wright 6:29
5 Kirsten Wiley 6:57


  Men 25K  
1 Jamie Zschau 2:07
2 Julian Jamison 2:10
3 John Martin 2:17
4 Eric Nelson 2:23
5 Norm Sheppard 2:24
6 Scott Paptnode 2:24
7 Will Daniels 2:25
8 Randall Friedlian 2:34
9 Clinton Morse 2:36
10 Chris Cunningham 2:41
11 Jeff List 2:41
12 Pete Stringer 2:43
13 Ben Kissam 2:45
14 Keith Reilly 2:45
15 Paul Ghelfi 2:49
16 Blaise Agurirre 2:51
17 David McPharson 2:52
18 Willen Van Dijk 2:53
19 Mike McKenna 2:55
20 Eric Macklin 2:58
21 Kristoper Karnavskas 3:00
22 Bill Comp 3:01
23 David Gigas 3:02
24 Victor Couto 3:02
25 Bob Richards 3:23
26 Seth Amburso 3:26
27 Jeff Heap 3:27
28 James Rochelle 3:37
29 Lucas Janulaitis 3:46
30 Chris Marden 3:48
31 Bill Dalrymple 4:24


  Women 25K  
1 Molly Alesch 2:19
2 Janel Aronson 2:44
3 Caroline Muriama 3:03
4 Marilyn Oberhart 3:05
5 Anna Wilkins 3:23
6 Diane Water 3:27
7 Mirriom Wilcox 4:01
8 Betty Rose 4:34
9 Mindy Parnes 4:57

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It all comes down to a lonely run out to a cold and desolate Chapin’s Beach in Dennis – and then we eat, and drink, and be merry! The last race in this year’s Winter Grand Prix series is your last chance for age group and team points and the last stop before the Annual Banquet next weekend. Make sure your times and points are accurate by checking the Scoreboard … and send any corrections to See you at the beach!


Hello!!! Happy Weird Weather in New England Let’s start clearing out some piles of t-shirts.   T-SHIRT QUILTS ARE THE ANSWER to that clutter pile!   It takes at least 30 shirts to make a good size quilt…. If you have a bigger pile than that…. Give me whatever you have for shirts… I have can make Throw size, Twin size, Double, Queen… even reversable!

Throw size: 12 to 20 shirts… $100… less than a week.
Twin size: 30 to 42 or more shirts… $150… about a week.
Double:  40 to 56 shirts… $175……. a little more than a week.
Queen: lot’s o’ shirts…. $215………  about two weeks.

Come on, dig out your favorite shirts…   I can meet you any where. I can meet you at a race if you’d like….  I can meet you some where along the road side.   When you’ve collected your favorites, give me a call (or an e-mail). Love to hear from you Keep moving forward.
Sincerely; Kate Naples
Kate’s Kwilts
cell 774-313-8573
7 Andersen Ave,  East Sandwich, MA 02537


Dearest friends of the RSF

Run the world famous Boston Marathon for a great cause! The Red Sox Foundation has 15 entries that will allow YOU to enter the 2012 Boston Marathon WanQhbhdLm2epwzELuj8dP87-B9rReIHFZu66BH1_fFliuSSROhkPVTyNL680NqNjPa6nCp1ktQZ SP3QjSfmBAzFZypPrxeUzeStJIuJhHT9vsbnrHltFdoFxduG-tK7xSeglvwqzZP5ng4Lld2SSfon Ue1gs6S8bdAA=> on Monday, April 16th. Numbers to enter the Marathon are tightly capped and hard to obtain. Under the Foundation’s new agreement with the Boston Athletic Association, we can offer an official number to enter the Marathon to Runners who each agree to fundraise or pay a minimum of $3,000 (a reduced rate) to the Red Sox Foundation. If you or anyone you know is interested in running the Boston Marathon for TEAM RSF to help at risk children and wounded veterans through the Red Sox Foundation’s programs, please contact Gena Borson today at

Please note that all Donations for your Marathon Run would be made out to the Red Sox Foundation directly and would be TAX DEDUCTIBLE. You or your donors would receive a tax receipt for your records as well as the thanks from all of us here at the team charity and the kids and wounded veterans who will benefit from your participation in the 2012 Boston Marathon. We also will have special RSF Marathon Team Run jerseys and special events including training tips from team experts.

To join our Red Sox Foundation Marathon Team, visit for more details and the application. Applications is attached for your easy reference but must be submitted ASAP. Please forward to family and friends and anyone interested in getting an impossible to get official Number to participate in the 2012 Boston Marathon. Thank you for your kind consideration and feel free to contact Gena at or at 617-226-6440 with any questions.

About the Red Sox Foundation: Founded and initially funded by Red Sox Principal Owner John Henry, Chairman Tom Werner, President/CEO Larry Lucchino and their generous partners, the Red Sox Foundation is the official team charity of the Boston Red Sox. A 501c3 nonprofit, the Red Sox Foundation has won numerous awards for its innovative programs and impact in the community, including the first ever Major League Baseball Commissioners Award for Sports Philanthropy in 2010 and the Scott Patterson Award for “Best Team Charity in Sports” given by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Sports Philanthropy Project.

Best, Jillian

Jillian Saftel Red Sox Foundation 4 Yawkey Way Boston, MA 02215 office: 617.226.6380 cell: 401.523.7322

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Save February 4th for a night of awards, dancing, dinner and drinks as we celebrate another year of fantastic athletic achievements and look forward to another year full of PRs! The fun begins at 6:00PM in the Monomoy Room of Chatham Bars Inn. Dinner starts at 7:00PM followed by his honorable president Bob Eckerson presiding over the awards. Fill out the accompanying registration and return it to Ecky (or the club mailbox) by the 28th of January so we can get our count accurate for CBI’s kitchen staff. For more information, contact Eck at or 508.362.5328 … and we’ll see you there!

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