Amy Drake is a Wonder Woman as she runs in Saturday's CASA Superhero 5-kilometer to benefit the Kenaitze Indian Tribe's Court Appointed Special Advocates program.

Amy Drake is a Wonder Woman as she runs in Saturday's CASA Superhero 5-kilometer to benefit the Kenaitze Indian Tribe's Court Appointed Special Advocates program.

Isaev, Mirchell take titles at Superhero 5K

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, August 21, 2016 10:54pm
  • Sports

Leonid Isaev and Michelle Mirchell won the Superhero 5-kilometer Run/Walk on Saturday in Kenai.

Isaev led men across the line at 20 minutes, 52 seconds, while Mirchell was the first woman and second overall at 21:40.

The run, which had 71 participants, is sponsored by the Kenaitze Indian Tribe. It raises funds for Kenai Peninsula Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA volunteers speak for abused and neglected children in both tribal and state courts.

 

Superhero 5K

Saturday in Kenai

1. Leonid Isaev, 20 minutes, 52 seconds; 2. Michelle Mirchell, 21:40; 3. Bill Taylor, 22:40; 4. Jamie Nelson, 23:35; 5. Brooke Pollock, 25:11; 6. Indigo Merritt, 25:15; 7. Shari BeDunnah, 25:48; 8. Carter Cannava, 27:41; 9. n/a, 27:43; 10. Peter Cannava, 27:50; 11. Jim Krein, 28:21; 12. Elizabeth Floersch, 29:25; 13. Amy Drake, 29:40; 14. Alaine Legasse, 31:20; 15. Elias Machen-Grey, 31:35; 16. Zachary Stockton, 31:36; 17. Ariana Cannava, 33:24; 18. Katrina Cannava, 33:24; 19. Cooper Darling, 34:10; 20. Katie Tallent, 34:15; 21. Jessica Goggia, 34:15; 22. Maria Sweppy, 35:54; 23. n/a, 35:54; 24. Nikiesha Richards, 36:03; 25. MaryJane Hadaway, 37:40.

26. Michael Tallent, 39:43; 27. Ayla Tallent, 39:43; 28. Kelsie Kenner, 41:33; 29. Penny Furnish, 42:26; 30. Elizabeth Anders, 42:25; 31. Nadia Anders, 42:27; 32. Jason Kenner, 42:39; 33. Natalie Kohler, 43:23; 34. Neil Reuton, 44:03; 35. Natasha Reuton, 44:03; 36. Taylor Huett, 44:29; 37. Ellis Womack, 44:41; 38. Karen Hobart, 44:42; 39. Bert Womack, 44:52; 40. Audrey Anderson, 44:52; 41. Courtney Sullivan, 45:16; 42. Brooklynn Chadburn, 45:45; 43. Chelsey Carter, 46:51; 44. Yvonne Oren, 49:10; 45. Malakai BeDunnah, 50:18; 46. Robert Hunter, 50:32; 47. Natalie Stewart, 50:33; 48. Justine Stewart, 50:33; 49. Khloey BeDunnah, 50:33; 50. Jennifer Tollackson, 50:34.

51. Michelle Higuchi, 51:50; 52. Kelly Lawson, 51:50; 53. Karlee Kenner, 52:29; 54. Angie Kenner, 52:33; 55. Brooklynn Stewart, 52:33; 56. Rita Magee, 53:23; 57. Kathy Calloway, 54:07; 58. Emma Karron, 54:49; 59. Annaleah Karron, 54:53; 60. Kristie Stockton, 55:32; 61. Beckey Howard, 55:31; 62. Hector Teran, 56:15; 63. Will Phillips, 59:19; 64. Jack Phillips, 59:19; 65. Suzanne Phillips, 59:59; 66. Sailor Tallent, 1:05:54; 67. Julie Annell, 1:05:57; 68. Gianna Rivera-Cruz, 1:08:13; 69. Bethany Kompkoff, 1:08:15; 70. Alina Kompkoff, 1:08:15; 71. Becki Kompkoff, 1:08:15.

Racers run past the Kenaitze Indian Tribe's Dena'ina Wellness Center at the start of the CASA Superhero 5-kilometer run/walk on Saturday morning. The event raised funds for the tribe's Court Appointed Special Advocates program.

Racers run past the Kenaitze Indian Tribe’s Dena’ina Wellness Center at the start of the CASA Superhero 5-kilometer run/walk on Saturday morning. The event raised funds for the tribe’s Court Appointed Special Advocates program.

Brooklyn Stewart, 8, is all smiles as the Green Lantern before the start of Saturday's CASA Superhero 5-kilometer run/walk. The Superhero Race was his first 5k.

Brooklyn Stewart, 8, is all smiles as the Green Lantern before the start of Saturday’s CASA Superhero 5-kilometer run/walk. The Superhero Race was his first 5k.

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