first_imgTeam Photo with Coach Mark Jamison on far left, Brian Warley, Shannon Theis, Quinn Cassidy, Brian McGrorty, Glen Lasko, Frank Brady, Matt Garbutt, coach Theis, Eddie Keenan, Ryan Clark, Front. Andrew Shaw, Ryan Dunn, & Tony Mohalic. Last night in Ship Bottom, the Ocean City Beach Patrol’s thirteen-man team won the Ship Bottom Lifeguard Invitational (Jack Donlon Memorial Race).  Of the seven events, the OCBP team won three – the 3-person swim relay, the 3-team doubles relay and the Iron Man Relay.  Those three winning relay teams included Swimmer Quinn Cassidy and runner/doubles rower Eddie Keenan – who happen to be third generation lifeguards, first cousins, and competing together on the OCBP team for the first time.  Ed Keenan Sr. was a guard in the 50’s; Eddie Keenan Jr was a guard from ’79-’86; and Sid Cassidy, who married Ed Sr.’s daughter Kara Keenan, was a guard in the late ‘70s, and was quite the swimmer himself.  Other members of the OCBP were:  Paddlers: Brian Warley, Andrew Shaw and Tony MohalicRowers: Matt Garbutt, Ryan Clark, Ryan Dunn, Shannon Theis, Jackson Kirk, Eddie KeenanSwimmers: Quinn Cassidy, Glen Lasco, Brian McGrortyEddie Keenan jumps out of boat at end of the middle leg of the three-team doubles relay. Partner Jackson Kirk right behind.Keenan runs first leg (half mile) of Iron Man Relay tagging Cassidy with a ten second lead into the ocean, which Cassidy added an additional ten seconds onto during his swim. Keenan & Cassidy in from of scoreboard holding trophy.last_img read more