Caveman 5K results posted

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, May 23, 2015 11:23pm
  • Sports

The Tsalteshi Trails Association held the Caveman 5K on Friday at the trails. Shoes were optional. Results follow:

1. Lars Arneson 17:58 (First Male); 2. Scott Huff 24:14; 3. Jeff Helminiak 26:02 (First Barefoot Male); 4. Matt Pyhala 26:53; 5. Sarah Pyhala 26:56 (First Female); 6. Ellie Burns 27:41 (First Youth); 7. Eric Tallbacka 27:56; 8. Angie Brennan 28:17 (First Barefoot Female); 9. Madeline Brennan 28:42; 10. Carson Fisher 28:54; 11. John Roderick 29:20; 12. Morgan Aldridge 29:27; 13. Leah English 31:09; 14. Julie English 31:15; 15. Cynthia Fudzinski 31:40; 16. Christine Fudzinski 31:40; 17. Toli Boutwell 32:01; 18. Montana Fisher 32:19; 19. Hallie Fisher 32:20; 20. Jack Maryott 32:49; 21. Gail Pokorney 32:59; 22. Janna Krieger 34:00; 23. Danette Bjornstad 34:36; 24. Landen Showalter 34:48; 25. Jen Showalter 34:50.

26. Cristy Millington 35:02; 27. Amanda Waggoner 35:02; 28. Bodin Wight 39:43; 29. Jami Wight 40:12; 30. Kate Swaby 40:13; 31. Aiden Huff 41:50; 32. Owen Huff 42:11; 33. Heather Huff 42:11; 34. Anya Boutwell 42:38; 35. Johna Beech 48:22; 36. Penny Furnish 49:58.

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