Frederick G. Pratt
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Summer Race Results

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Track Meet # 3 | Track Meet # 4 | Bun on the Run 5K

Back of the Pack 10k | 32nd Gold Discovey Race 16.5 miles

Melpomene Run 5K | Chena Hot Springs Run N' Soak



Track Meet # 3

July 3, 1997


Women's MAPCO Mile 1. Kellie Baker, 5 minutes, 46 seconds; 2. Jane Lanford, 5:53; 3. Jane Rupp, 6:23; 4. Rachel Allwine, 6:24; 5. Deborah Hayes, 6:51; 6. Candy Bartos, 6:57. Men's MAPCO Mile 1. Eric Larimer, 5 minutes, 4.8 seconds; 2. Jim Brader, 5:05.7; 3. Troy Engholm, 5:06.9; 4. Andy Holland, 5:18.8; 5. Jon Stahl, 5:25.0; 6. Justin Brower, 5:32.1; 7. Mike Okita, 5:35.7; 8. Dave Covey, 5:42.8; 9. David Leonard, 5:48.0; 10. Andy Weaver, 5:51.5; 11. Steve McNutt, 5:59.9; 12. Justin Strawther, 6:57.8; 13. (Tie) Jim LeVack and Dan Durante, 7:02.0; 15. Eric Lingle, 7.25.0. 400 meters 1. Andy Weaver, 56.3 seconds, 2. Jim Loftus, 57.2; 3. Justin Brower, 59.4; 4. David Covey, 1:08.6; 5. Eric Lingle, 1:19.2. 200 meters 1. Andy Weaver, 25..8 seconds; 2. Uyoyou Ogbe, 31.9; 3. Eric Tremmel, 37.4; 4. Gin Parrish, 41.3; 5. Eric Hoffman, 44.8. 800 meters 1. Justin Brower, 2 minutes 27.7 seconds. Kids 400 meters 1. Eric Tremmel 1 minute, 56 seconds, 2. Gin Parrish, 1:34.4; 3. Eric Hoffman, 1:42: 4. Amy Covey, 1:55.1. Kids' 100 meter dash 1. Gin Parrish, 18.8 seconds; 2. Eric Hoffman, 19.3. -30- That's Track Meet No. 3


Track Meet No. 4

July 17, 1997


100 meters 1. Regina Cambilargiu, 13.3 seconds, 2. Tim Hage, 13.4; 3. Richard urphy, 13.7; 4. Amy Covey, 25.0; 5. Chelsea Peterson, 26.4. Men's Mapco Mile 1. Shawn Harper, 4 minutes, 49 seconds; 2. Tony Davies, 4:53; 3. Jim Loftus, 5:03; 4. Justin Brower, 5:05; 5. David Covey, 5:12; 6. David Frey, 5:13; 7. Andy Weaver, 5:26; 8. Richard Murphy, 5:30; 9. David Leonard, 5:34; 10. Paul Rosson, 5:52; 11. Prince Cambilargiu, 6:10; 12. Tim Murphy, 8:10. Women's Mapco Mile 1. Michelle Mitchell, 5 minutes, 37 seconds; 2. Kellie Baker, 5:57; 3. Regina Cambilargiu, 6:10; 4. Carolyn Kremers, 7:01. 800 Meters 1. Justin Brower, 2 minutes, 31.3 seconds; 2. Michelle Mithell, 2:46.5. 400 meters 1. Andy Weaver, 57.2 seconds; 2. Jim Loftus, 57.6. 200 Meters 1. Uyoyou Ogbe, 32.8 seconds. -30-


Bun on the Run 5K

July 9, 1997


Two former Nanook ski racers showed a field of 72 runners the quick way through the five-kilometer Bun on the Run race Wednesday evening. Peter Alden took the lead from the start and won by 43 seconds over Tony Davies. Alden's winning time was 15 minutes 44 seconds, aided slightly by the first nine runners cutting the turn-around point slightly. Scott McCrea came in third in 17:20.

Karin Gillis demolished the women's field in similar style, finishing eighth overall in 19:47. Jane Lanford edged Kate Pearson by six seconds to take second place in 19:47. Many of the runners were testing their bodies' recoveries from recent marathons or injuries. Gillis had to drop out of the Midnight Sun Run three weeks ago due to a calf injury. Since then a main part of her run has been pushing her two-year-old daughter up the long hills above Farmers Loop Road in a baby jogger. ``That's a good workout,'' she recommends.

While there was some hot action at the front of the pack, the most competitive racing was in the mid-pack runners coming in at 24 and 25 minutes. Six runners were clustered around 24 minutes, and nine spanned a 20-second interval around 25 minutes. Glenn Hackney roared over the course in 28:50, a commendable time for a 72-year-old man. Hackney was looking to make up for a slow evening in the Midnight Sun Run, and his 48th place overall in Bun on the Run beat many runners less than half his age. Hackney has been training about four miles a day on the bike paths between Peger Road and University Avenue Both he and the overall winner Alden, are recovering from major injuries in accidents several years ago.

The next race on the Running Club North calendar is the Back of the Pack 10-kilometer run tonight. The run is for people who haven't recently run a 10k in less than 40 minutes. The event starts at the Carlson Center at 7 p.m., and follow an out-and-back course along the Chena River and Phillips Field Road bike paths. The Back of the Pack race gives runners with modest times the experience of running at the head of the group and having the pick out the route, something they take for granted in most races.


Bun on the Run 5k Results

1. Peter Alden, 15 minutes, 44 seconds; 2. Tony Davies, 16:27; 3. Scott McCrea, 17:20; 4. David Frey, 18:11; 5. Stuart Grant, 18:48; 6. Dave Covey, 18:54; 7. Andy Bourke, 18:59; 8. Karin Gillis, 19:47; 9. Rich Boone, 20:43; 10. Keith Pollock, 20:51; 11. Jane Lanford, 20:55; 12. Kate Pearson, 21:01; 13. Jim Marcotte, 21:04; 14. Phil Lee, 21:23; 15. Phantom #1, 21:25; 16. Phantm #2, 22:06; 17. Ralph Parshall, 22:09; 18. Bob Wheeler, 22:16; 19. Holly Drygas, 22:21; 20. Robert Boyer, 22:47; 21. Nora Simmons, 22:52; 22. Andy Sterns, 23:09; 23. Leo Fiebiger, 23:22; 24. Donna Woerter, 23:56; 25. Judy Steyer, 24:00; 26. Tom McGrane, 24:01; 27. Katie Villano, 24:05; 28. Terry Marquette, 24:06; 29. Steeny Bankes, 24:14; 30. Jamie Callahan, 24:37; 31. Bernice Joseph, 24:39; 32. Gina Carolan, 24:43; 33. Robert Hildebrand, 24:45; 34. Andrew Foley, 24:49; 35. Ben Aschenbrenner, 24:50; 36. Rachael Kuhns, 24:53; 37. Jenny Harvey, 24:54; 38. Ron Smith, 24:57; 39. Jennifer Brice, 25:01: 40. Winona Barbachano, 25:05; 41. Jacqueline Summers, 26:49; 42. Lisa Morris, 27:25; 43. Donna Patrick, 27:26; 44. Roger Pearson, 27:36; 45. Dawn Simmons, 27:51; 46. Ben Steyer, 27:55; 47. Diane Bourke, 28:39; 48. Glenn Hackney, 28:50; 49. Luke Mather, 29:28; 50. Dave Mather, 51. Gina Agy, 29:52; 52. Kim Williams, 30:15; 53. Jay Williams, 30:16; 54. Linda Metayer, 30:34; 55. Paul Reynolds, 30:49; 56. Jim Hall, 31:12; 57. Phantom #3, 31:21; 58. Michael Grzembski, 32:21; 59. Craig Baldwin, 32:49; 60. Heidi Trubecz, 33:58; 61. Judy Klemm, 34:33; 62. Sandra Klemm, 34:34; 63. Shawa Hildebrand, 34:54; 64. Alice Joseph, 35:55; 65. Stuart Jospeh, 35:56; 66. Jana Canary, 35:59; 67. Aimee Harwood, 36:10; 68. Reidar Herreid, 38:27; 69. Anne Hanley, 45:00; 70. Renate Benesch, 45:00; 71. Ingrid Herreid, 45:00; 72. Gordon Herried, 56:30. -30-


Back of the Pack 10k

July 10, 1997


Chris Tatorka led all the way to win the Back of the Pack 10k running race Thursday night. But more important, he avoided disqualification. Tatorka's time of 41 minutes 31 seconds left him properly in the Back of the Pack field, which is a race for runners who have not recently run a 10k in less than 40 minutes for men and 45 minutes for women. David Leonard passed Keith Pollock just after the half-way turn-around to take second in 43:12. Pollock was third in 43:23.

Anchorage runner Melissa Guzman won a long duel with Ginny Wright to take the women's title and 11th place overall in a field of 27 finihsers. She also had the properly slow time of 50:20. Wright was second in the women's field in 51:14. ``This is my first running award,'' Guzman said, holding a certificate that proclaimed, ``Congratulations to the fastest female turtle.''

The race was the traditional gathering of mid-pack runners and tourists looking for a novelty run. Among the field was Al Wendt of Atlanta whose last race was the famous Peachtree Road Race. He finished sixth here in 47:57. The race began and finished at the Carlson Center parking lot, following an out-and-back couse along bike paths along the Chena River, Peger Road and Phillips Field Road to University Avenue. Race director Bob Hildebrandt also ran in the event, finishing 15th in a properly modest 52:18. But the champions of the back of the pack were Liisa Penrose and Barbara Blackshear, who got very lost taking a wrong turn near the Peger Road bridge on the return leg and wound up finishing together in 26th and last place with a time of 1:28:17.

The next race on the Running Club North calendar is the Freedom is Choice 10k run and 5k walk, starting at Cafe de paris at 10 a.m. Saturday. For the hard core crosstrainers, there's also the Sourdough Triathlon at Harding Lake.


Back of the Pack 10k Results

1. Chris Tatorka, 41 minutes, 31 seconds: 2. David Leonard 43:12; 3. Keith Pollock 43:23; 4. Bill Kane 44:37; 5. Gary Hopkins and Rascal the dog, 47:03; 6. Al Wendt, 47:57; 7. Myron Chernushin 49:38; 8. Robert Boyer, 49:42; 9. Ron Smith, 49:48; 10. Dave Cammack 50:09; 11. Melissa Guzman, 50:20; 12. Steeny Brooks, 50:59; 13. Terry Marquette, 51:00; 14. Ginny Wright, 51:14; 15. Bob Hildebrandt, 52:18; 16. Rich Kruse, 52:57; 17. Bill Cotter, 53:21; 18, Corky Dow, 54:37; 19, Lisa Morris, 56:30; 20. Mike Woodyard, 58:24; 21. Karen Hopp, 58:24; 22. Sheila Romero, 60:19; 23. Karen Aho, 60:43; 24. Heather Zimmerman, 1:03:18; 25. Tanya Grumstrup, 1:07:23; 26. (tie) Liisa Penrose and Barbara Blackshear, 1:28:17. DNF Andy Sterns and Mark Dammeyer. -30-


32nd Gold Discovey Race 16.5 miles

July 20, 1997


Gold Discovery Men
(15-19)1. Nathan Leach, 1:48:33; 2. Richard Murphy, 2:12:11. (20-29) 1. Kevin Brinagar 1:35:41; 2. Greg Drum, 1:39:46; 3. A.D. Gehard, 1:42:58; 4. Scott McCrea, 1:44:12. (30-39) 1. Joe Trubacz (38)1:37:02; 2. Troy Engholm, 1:44:23; 3. Bob Baker, 1:48:52; 4. Jim Brader, 1:49:29; 5. Stuart Grant, 1:53:27; 6. Darrell Mosley, 2:05:47; 7. Darren Rorbaugh, 2:07:57; 8. Dean Armstrong, 2:26:20; 9. Chris Corsetti, 2:33:45. (40-49) 1. Steve Bainbridge, 1:49:57; 2. Dave Covey, 1:51:23; 3. Jim Marcotte, 1:59:15; 4. Gary Ridgeway, 2:00:22; 5. Ross Solomon, 2:00:22; 6. DaveLeonard, 2:02:31; 7. Bill Kane, 2:06:56; 8. Charlie Titus, 2:11:27; 8. Gary Hopkins, 2:11:46; 9. Ed Roubau, 2:17:12; 10. John Powell, 2:26:15; 11. Rod Troutman, 2:31:51; 12. Robert Hildebrandt, 2:33:52; 13. Steve Lanford, 2:34:04; 14. Jerry Freel, 2:42:00; 15. Bruce Kemmerer, 2:59:25; 16. Ernie Misewicz, 3:18:10. (50-59) 1. Pat Kalen, 1:49:45; 2. Ron Smith (biologist), 2:15:18; 3. Ron Smith (attorney) 2:15:51; 4. Dennis Crow, 2:23:27; 5. Ed Buoncore, 2:49:10; 6. Tim Murphy, 2:57:45. (60 and over) 1. Dick Cook, 2:48:18.

Gold Discovery Women

(20-29) 1. Michelle Mitchell, 1:50:05; 2. Jane Rupp, 2:13:39; 3. Ann Bialowas, 2:18:47; 4. Paulette Kosinski, 2:23:56; 5. Connie Fossum, 2:26:20; 6. Lisa Morris, 1:54:33.(30-39)1. Marcia Martin, 2:05:52; 2. Susan Faulkner, 2:06:40; 3.. Alice Hisamoto, 2:06:46; 4. Bernice Jospeph, 2:08:42; 5. Sharon Young, 2:14:59; 6. Deborah Hayes, 2:15:53; 7. Kathleen Meckel, 2:17:48; 8. Jill Stahlnecker, 2:24:10; 9. Leslie Goodwin, 2:28:15; 10. Sharon Baker, 2:29:01; 11. Laurie Willett, 2:42:58; 12. Linda Metayer, 3:11:07. (40-49) 1. Dorli McWayne, 1:51:31; 2. Jane Lanford, 1:59:02; 3.. Lyn Gilbert-Gard, 2:08:17: 4. Mary Lindahl, 2:13:18; 5. Moon Sun Stone, 2:15:00; 6. Gina Carolyn, 2:17:18; 7. Karla Taylor-Welch, 2:17:56; 7. Jamie Callahan, 2:26:53; 8. Kathy Kemmerer, 2:52:41; 9. Dora Powell, 2:57:34.

Gold Discovery Relay

1. "In Our Deams" Marge Heath, Martha O'Leary, Jenny Naylor, 2:11:15. 2. "Road Kill" Nancy Thomas, Yvonne Groom & Joelle Camacho, 2:34:37. 3. "Gold Husseys" Monte Jordon and Fran and Roberta from Juneau 2:36:10. 4. "Bakers fresh out of the oven." Danny Baker, Gina Baker, Davya Baker, 2:47:47 -30-


Melpomene Run 5K

August 19, 1997


Wayne Peppler surged ahead of Bruce Schlager as the finish line came into sight to take the Melpomene five-kilometer run Tuesday night. ``I didnt want to have to sprint, Peppler explained about the move. He covered the course near the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) campus in 16 minutes, 54 seconds, edging Schlager by two seconds.

Karin Gillis topped the womens field and finished seventh overall in the field of 89, logging a time of 19:46. But in the spirit of the evening, Gillis was more excited about her sons finish just behind her. ``Hes 11 years old, and he finished eighth overall in 20:30, she said proudly of Anders Gillis. The younger runner was competing with his hockey team, whose summer training has been overseen by his mom. Other parents had to slow down a bit more in an evening of families ``racing together. Dave Covey, usually a fixture near the front of the pack in Fairbanks races, finished in 82nd place just behind his daughter Amy. Jane Parrish, who finished fifth in the GCI run Saturday, walked the course with her daughter Gin and ambled in at 78th place.

Both Peppler and Gillis times were faster than those they logged over the same distance in the GCI 5k Run Saturday, covering a course race officials measured carefully to ensure accuracy. Peppler and Schlager ran together throughout the race. The course began with a lap around the West Valley High School track, then followed the bike path down Geist Road, up Fairbanks Street to the university campus and down Tanana Drive to a turnaround.

Entering the track at the finish, Schlager made a move for the lead which Peppler covered, then the younger runner pulled away slightly over the last 150 meters. Peppler, a former high school cross country skiing standout and member of the UAF ski team, said hes been doing more running that rollerskiing this summer because of a back injury. His training is becoming more serious recently, he said, becaues he plans to enter the ``Survival of the Fittest eight-day endurance event in Whistler, British Columbia, in late September. Schlager, from New Orleans, is in town for a couple weeks with an Air Force unit.

The race was held as a benefit for the Melpomene Institute for Womens Health Research, a 15-year-old Minnesota-based organization that focuses on womens athletic and health issues. The institute is named for the first woman marathoner who competed as a ``bandit in the 1896 Olympic Games in Athens. Sponsors of the race were Hot Licks, Fairbanks Athletic Club, Toy Quest, Fred Meyer West, Safeway, Kindred Spirits Massage. The institute normally sponsors races in the spring, but this years Fairbanks event was held in the memory of Jeanne Tape, who died of breast cancer a year ago. Tape was a tireless worker for youth soccer activities and fitness sports in Fairbanks, and one of the founders of the Fairbanks Womens Soccer League. -30-


Melpomene Run 5K Results

1. Wayne Peppler, 16 minutes, 54 seconds; 2. Bruce Schlager, 16:56; 3. Kent Fielding, 17:49; 4. Terrence Cole, 19:05; 5. Loouis Eisenman, 19:18; 6. Pat Kalen, 19:34; 7. Karin Gillis 19:46; 8. Anders Gillis, 20:30; 9. Carol Klecker, 20:37; 10. Michael Burgess, 20:33; 11. Keith Pollock, 20:44; 12. Fred Carroll, 22:13; 13. Thomas Paskvan, 22:55; 14. Sue Nachtigal, 22:59; 15. Jim Bob Gillis, 23:12; 16. David Arvey, 28:16; 17. Kaare Paterson, 24:07; 18. Bunnie Chapman, 24:11; 19. Rikke Mery, 24:13; 20. Tonda Lolmaugh, 24:18; 21. Kyle O'Neill, 24:28; 22. Terry Marquette, 24:29; 23. Laurie Leonard, 24:40; 24. S. Page Olson, 25:04; 25. Nancy Winford, 25:05; 26. Cindie Beale, 25:05; 27. Eric Johnson, 25:11; 28. Scott Taylor, 25:12; 29. Steven Murphy, 25:14; 30. Sushiela Khera,, 25:32; 31. Margaret Swift, 25:36; 32. Janet Taylor, 25:49; 33. Laurie Willet, 25:50; 34. Gloria Burcell, 25:53; 35. Justin Conlon, 26:14; 36. Jack Townshend, 26:17; 37. Chad Lowry, 26:36; 38. Sarah Swift Masterman, 26:53; 39. Mike Marquette, 27:04; 40. Kyle Kinda, 27:32; 41. Monte Jordan, 27:46; 42. Jackson Wiegers, 29:31; 43. Royce Conlon, 46:43; 44. Andrea Gelvin, 30:47; 45. Abe Tsigonis, 30:49; 46. Liam Ortega, 31:11; 47. Jennie Grasso, 31:12; 48. John Carlson, 31:20; 49. Robert Thomas, 31:48; 50. 50. James Ferri, 32:06; 51. Ernie Kientz, 32:26; 52. Julie Barsi, 33:14; 53. Jocelyn Krogstad, 33:14; 54. Liz Tsigonis, 33:14; 55. Diana Lingle, 33:59; 56. Mariah Doyle-Stephenson, 34:56; 57. Jana Dandova, 35:01; 58. Terry Marquette, 35:02; 59. Christopher Kerwood, 35:02; 60. Libby Burgess, 37:19; 61. Christine Burgess, 37:22; 62. Ryan Rigo, 42:44; 63. Kaitlyn Evans, 42:53; 64. Michelle Ambrose, 44:26; 65. Nick Hawkins, 44:27; 66. Susan Fisher, 44:28: 67. Vel Bedsaul, 44:29; 68. Nicole Nordstrand, 44:29; 69. Ben Zuelsdorf, 45:00; 70. Jane Kauvar, 45:03; 71. Gayle Garrigues, 45:03; 72. Leane Converse, 45:16; 73. Laura Milner, 45:16; 74. Kathern Baum, 46:32; 75. Edward Eckles, 46:38; 76. Estes Deglizman,46:38; 77. Gin Parrish, 48:32; 78. Jane Parrish, 48:39; 79. Marty Arvey, 49:08; 80. Kathy Taylor Kokel, 51:56; 81. Amy Covey, 52:23; 82. Dave Covey, 52:24; 83. Michelle Blondell, 54:22; 84. Robin Soileau, 54:22; 85. Karna Posenti, 55:26; 86. Marlys Henderson, 55:46; 87. Maida Buckley, 55:47; 88. Jeanne Olson, 55:48; 89. Jane Reilly, 55:48. -30-


Chena Hot Springs Run N' Soak
8 Mile Trail Run - 7 Mile Road Run

August 23, 1997


The hot tubs and barbecue pits drew local runners at record paces in the Chena Hot Springs Run and Soak backcountry run. Peter Alden, Jeremy Crawford and Wayne Peppler ran together along a foggy ridge at the front of a field of 35 entrants until they picked up the trails into the Chena Hot Springs resort, with Crawford doing most of othe leading. ``For some reason they thought I knew where I was going, Crawford said afterwards, although none of the leading trio had run the race before. ``I passed them about one and one-half miles out, then I sprinted the whole rest of the way, Alden said. Peppler bounced off one tree, then fell and caught the little finger of one hand under an exposed root. The finger was dislocated, he said later, but he re-set it as he finsihed the run.

Alden won the event in one hour, nine minutes and 37 seconds. Crawford was a close second in 1:10:12, and Peppler took third in 1:10:34. The fog, the mishaps and the route-finding didnt slow them down, however. The trio set a new standard for the event, with Alden beating last years record winning time by more than nine minutes.

Tina Devine won the womens race in 1:25:43, finishing ninth overall. She also clipped a few minutes from Julianne Southwells record time posted a year ago. Like the the leading trio, Devine had never run the race before. ``Its real nice, she said of the tour above timberline. Devine, the 1996 Equinox Marathon womens champion, has been training up to 60 miles a week to defend her title in four weeks. She was followed by Devon Crawford and Hailey Wappett both in 1:32:51.

In its fourth year the race has managed to start wearing out a visible trail along the ridge between Angle Rocks and the hot springs trails and participants said they had few problems finding a way even with the fog. The mens winning time in the event has lost almost 20 minutes over its four years of running, and the womens record has fallen by 30 minutes. Even in the oldest age group, Jack Townshend improved his time over last year despite nursing a hamstring injury. The race ends in the pool and hot tubs of Chena Hot Springs Resort, with a barbecue for all participants. Kent Karnes finished in the mid-pack on a six-mile-per-week training program. ``Some weeks I run 12 miles, but then I take the next week off, Karnes explained of his easy training schedule.

He'll have two chances to double up his milage this coming week, when the Running Club North schedule has two long runs. Thursday the Musk Ox run covers a 12-mile cross country course beginning and ending at the UA Musk Ox Farm. The race begins at 7 p.m. and follows trails above Ballaine and Farmers Loop roads. Saturday the Two-Way Torture Test circles Chena Ridge, with two-person teams running in opposite directions around the 13.1-mile loop. That even begins at 9 a.m. at the Pump House Restaurant. -30-


Eight-Mile Trail Run Results

1. Peter Alden, 1 hour, 9 minutes, 37 seconds; 2. Jeremy Crawford, 1:10:12; 3. Wayne Peppler, 1:10:34; 4. Dave Arvey, 1:17:10; 5. Jim Decur, 1:17:24; 6. Keith Pollock, 1:24:32; 7. Paul Beberg, 1:24:33; 8. John Carlson, 1:25:45; 9. Tina Devine, 1:25:43; 10. John Hellen, 1:26:09; 11. Jerry Kelly, 1:27:35; 12. Ray Halderman, 1:29:59; 13. Louis Eisenman, 1:31:01; 14. Richard Murphy, 1:31:02; 15. Devon Crawford, 1:32:51; 16. Hailey Wappett,, 1:32:51; 17. Kent Karnes, 1:33:44; 18. Bobbi Fyten, 1:34:03; 19. Jaiza Yamamoto, 1:34:55; 20. Frank Richmond, 1:40:18; 21. Kim Simpson, 1:42:50; 22. Carol Kleckener, 1:47:16; 23. Mok Kumagai, 1:47:35; 24. Donna Hawkins, 1:51:05; 24. Donna Hawkins, 1:51:05; 25. Naoharu Yabe, 1:54:40; 26. Tim Hatfield, 1:55:58; 27. Mike Hatfield, 1:55:59; 28. Dave Cammack, 1:56:30; 29. Bob Hildebrandt, 2:07:03; 30. Tonda Lolmaugh 2:30:46; 31. Joe Hawkins, 2:30:46; 32. Roxane Rigo, 2:40:34; 33. Paul Ewers, 2:40:51. 34. Jack Townshend, 2:50:18. John Estle, DNF.

Seven-Mile Road Run Results

1. Dave Frey, 53 minutes, 35 seconds, 2. Larry Coutermarsh (wheelchair), 55:35; 3. Diana Ruckstuhl, 1:10::05; 4. Avalon Wappett, 1:20:42. -30-





Thanks to Fred Pratt for compiling these results in my absence.



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