Celebrate Life! 5K results

Tom Burke and Isabella Dammeyer were fastest among the field Saturday morning at the Celebrate Life! 5-kilometer race in Soldotna.

Burke won the 5K race in 20 minutes, 36 seconds, while runner-up Carl Kincaid came across the line 61 seconds later. Dammeyer was the fastest female in 21:03, beating Grace Burke by over four minutes.

John Paul Dammeyer won the boys youth race in 20:43, and Annie Burns won the girls youth race in 23:18.

The event also drew 193 walkers who participated in the walking portion of the course.

Celebrate Life! 5K

Saturday in Soldotna

Men — 1. Tom Burke, 20:36; 2. Carl Kincaid, 21:37; 3. Joel Burns, 23:33; 4. Mike Tallent, 24:34; 5. Jim Krein, 26:04; 6. Gary Jefferson, 26:54; 7. John Campbell, 27:14; 8. Stanley Steffensen, 27:47; 9. Reuben Glick, 32:17; 10. Rich Stables, 32:42; 11. Bill Wood, 32:43; 12. Nathan Wood, 32:43; 13. Jacob Peterson, 43:37; 14. Randy Meier, 47:38; 15. Jon Gordon, 48:24.

Women — 1. Isabella Dammeyer, 21:03; 2. Grace Burke, 25:15; 3. Noelle Lattin, 25:29; 4. Kathy Biondini, 27:33; 5. Alyssa Wisniewski, 27:41; 6. Jessica England, 29:22; 7. Christine Morin, 31:14; 8. Kirsten Hinz, 31:53; 9. Maria Sweppy, no time; 10. Josie Lloyd, 32:24; 11. Jessica Lloyd, 32:25; 12. Liane Glick, 33:28; 13. Brooke Campbell, 32:57; 14. Melodie Epperheimer, 34:13; 15. Tasha Lyon, 36:24; 16. Laura Burke, 36:58; 17. Rhea Stables, 43:08.

Boys — 1. John Paul Dammeyer, 20:43; 2. Cooper Tallent, 24:34; 3. James Dammeyer, 27:02; 4. Elijah Hinz, 31:48; 5. Lucas Campbell, 33:28; 6. Max Burke, 34:29; 7. Titus Boettcher, 36:03; 8. Emmanuel Peterson, 43:38; 9. Jordon Hinz, 47:38; 10. Jason Oleson, 48:42.

Girls — 1. Annie Burns, 23:18; 2. Kaytlin McAnelly, 26:42; 3. Valerie McAnelly, 26:52; 4. Madison Campbell, 27:14; 5. Tatum Rozak, 27:42; 6. Leanne Gordon, 30:18; 7. Madison Glick, 34:42; 8. Camille Burke, 36:58; 9. Sarah Frederickson, 37:10; 10. Lacy Nye, 37:11; 11. Katie Nye, 37:15; 12. Caitlyn Boeshart, 37:21; 13. Mattie Johnston, 43:07.

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