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Camp Hill racers lead Dewey doo-dah parade of 400 runners

Fuller brothers and girlfriends dominate Outlet Liquors 5K
By Dave Frederick | Jul 13, 2014
Photo by: Dave Frederick Brian Fuller (red shorts) and his brother Mark (blue shorts) spring to the front at the start of the Outlet Liquors 5K.

"Camp Hill racers sing this song/ ‘Doo-dah, doo-dah'/ Led a parade of runners 400 hundred strong/O de doo-dah day."

The Fuller brothers, all Penn State graduates from Camp Hill, Pa., hit the Dewey Beach running scene along with their running girls every Fourth of July weekend. On Sunday they ran the Outlet Liquors 5K with all six of them on the five-person leaderboard for men and women finishers.

Brian Fuller won the race in 15:31, followed by Matt Wagoner 15:53, Mark Fuller 16:32, Kevin Fuller 17:08, and Sean Ryan 17:34.

The women’s race was won by Mary Dell, Kevin Fuller's girlfriend, in 17:49; followed by Emily Dubs in 18:37, Brian's girlfriend; Lisa Veneziano in 18:55; Katie Barrett, girlfriend of Mark, in 19:21; and Ali Schappert.

Brant Chi, 49, of Rehoboth took a razzing from is buddies in the local Certified Running Nuts when he won the masters division 19:00 but placed behind Veneziano, 49, as well Dell and Dubs. Brandt was Chi-fileted by three elite women; all that was missing were the fries and Diet Coke.

“It’s always great when the Fuller brothers and girlfriends show up because they're such nice people and have a good time, plus they give a race quality at the front, ” said Race Director Wayne Kursh.

Bryan Mack of Lewes, 24, was the lead local with street cred, running 19:40.

A complete listing of finishers can be found at

The Fifth Kelly J. Fritchman Memorial 5K will be Saturday, July 12, at Irish Eyes in Lewes. Race time is 8 a.m. A Kiddie K race will start at 7:50.

Proceeds from the race will benefit the Kelly Fritchman swimming scholarship at the University of Delaware.

Local Bryan Mack, No. 2230, is a soccer player who can also run long distance. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Race winner Brian Fuller is all alone at the finish. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Lisa Veneziano, 49, is the first woman in the masters division. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Retired Shippensburg professor Bill McArthur, 74, who now lives in Lewes, ran 28 minutes. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Jamie Wollard, 76, set an age-group course record  of 43:52. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
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