Celebrate Life! 5K Run and Walk results posted

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  • Monday, August 3, 2015 8:11pm
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The ABC Pregnancy Care Center held the Celebrate Life! 5K Run and Walk on Saturday in Soldotna.

The run, which costs nothing to enter, had 319 participants, with 81 runners and 238 walkers. There also were 45 volunteers, 15 sponsors and multiple in-kind contributors.

The men’s run was won by Curtis McAnally in 18 minutes, 31 seconds, with Sean Verg-in taking second at 19:01 and Caleb Green coming in third at 19:35.

The top woman across the line was Michelle Mitchell in 19:21, with Hope Steffensen taking second at 19:41 and Kara Johnston claiming third at 22:03.

Complete results for the runners follow:

 

Men — 1. Curtis McAnally, 18 minutes, 31 seconds; 2. Sean Verg-in, 19:01; 3. Caleb Green, 19:35; 4. Jeremiah Hilbish, 19:53; 5. Bill Wood, 19:54; 6. Noah Leaf, 20:24; 7. Dustin Everitt, 20:41; 8. Daniel Green, 20:47; 9. Jiabao Leaf, 21:09; 10. Isaac Huntington, 21:39; 11. John Paul Dammeyer, 21:58; 12. Joseph Dammeyer, 24:03; 13. Jason Craig, 25:17; 14. Brad Green, 26:05; 15. Brock Kent, 26:40; 16. Shawn Baker, 27:03; 17. Paul Morin, 27:13; 18. Peter Hilbish, 27:47; 19. James Dammeyer, 27:53; 20. Dusty Ward, 27:57; 21. Mark Rozak, 28:02; 22. Peter Cahill, 28:41; 23. Steve Davis, 29:08, 24. Nathan Lattin, 29:10; 25. Jason Lattin, 29:10.

26. Elijah Deatherage, 29:27; 27. Eli Davis, 30:26; 28. Kyan Davis, 30:27; 29. Eric Green, 31:18; 30. Daniel Steffensen, 34:36; 31. John Campbell, 47:09; 32. Noah Davis, 49:55; 33. Thomas Christensen, 1:00:06; 34. Neil Christensen, 1:00:07; 35. Lucas Campbell, 1:01:42.

 

Women — 1. Michelle Mitchell, 19 minutes, 21 seconds; 2. Hope Steffensen, 19:41; 3. Kara Johnston, 22:03; 4. Callie McAnally, 22:56; 5. Susan Craig, 23:36; 6. Alex Ameen, 24:10; 7. Melanie Sexton, 24:36; 8. Isabella Dammeyer, 25:32; 9. Rachel Cahill, 25:36; 10. Anna Lattin, 25:51; 11. Victoria Glynn Green, 26:10; 12. Meijan Leaf, 26:28; 13. Sara Pozonsky, 27:12; 14. Sara Hatfield, 27:36; 15. Emma Clare Dammeyer, 27:54; 16. Noelle Lattin, 27:55; 17. Sierra Ward, 27:56; 18. Maria Dammeyer, 28:07; 19. Breona DeLon, 28:19; 20. Mia Cahill, 28:39; 21. Madeline Rose Carey, 28:42; 22. Chloe Deatherage, 29:26; 23. Jacquelyn Kennedy, 29:48; 24. Anna DeVolld, 29:53; 25. Bethany Nyboer, 29:54; 26. Beth Swaby, 30:06; 27. Sydney Carey, 30:45; 28. Julie Craig, 31:44; 29. Jasmyn Foust, 31:54; 30. Kate Jefferson, 32:13; 31. Jessica Smith, 32:27; 32. Elizabeth Cox, 33:40; 33. Mollie Pate, 33:44; 34. Maggie Nelson, 33:45; 35. Victoria Thompson, 33:46; 36. DeAnn Steffensen, 34:37; 37. Lani Lauver, 36:22; 38. Abbi Wonser, 38:08; 39. Tatum Rozak, 38:16; 40. Raelynne Murphy, 43:59; 41. Chloe Davis, 45:43; 42. Forrest Nelson, 45:59; 43. Maddy Campbell, 47:08; 44. Stephanie Davis, 49:56; 45. Briley Morton, 59:59; 46. Brooke Campbell, 1:01:43.

Editor’s note: The story has been changed to properly reflect Peter Cahill’s time, and the number of walkers and participants in the event.

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