Moose River Hustle raises money for Meals on Wheels

The Moose River Hustle fun run was held Saturday in Sterling. The event raises money for the Sterling Senior Center Meals on Wheels. The results follow:

Moose River Hustle 2019

1 Mile — 1. Craig Babitt 7:19, 2. Tanner Williams 7:50, 3. Gus Reimer 8:00, 4. Adam Reimer 8:01, 5. Callie Babitt 8:18, 6. Javyn Miller 10:34, 7. Mike Jensen 10:52, 8. Beau Johnson 11:39, 9. Hunter Young 11:43, 10. Megan Young 11:46, 11. Gunnar Jensen 11:57, 12. Caitlyn Young 11:57, 13. Tiphanie Eskue 13:59, 14. Sara Reynolds 14:13, 15. Tasha Reynolds 14:14, 16. Nathan Nelson 14:55, 17. Lois Reimer 16:09, 18. Carly Reimer 16:12, 19. Clara Nelson 16:15, 20. Angie Nelson

16:18, 21. Jennifer Tollackson 16:24, 22. Sharon Isaak 16:25, 23. Estelle Parks 20:38, 24. George Parks 20:38.

3 Mile: 1. Samuel Anderson 23:24, 2. Susan Craig 24:00, 3. Nathan Kincaid 24:04, 4. Megan Anderson 24:10, 5. Jacob Anderson 24:30, 6. Adam Anders 25:11, 7. Jamie Nelson 25:53, 8. Carl Kincaid 27:14, 9. Corbyn Crisp 27:14, 10. Daniel Anders 27:39, 11. Eliza Anders 28:40, 12. Daisy Hannevold 29:11, 13. Melissa Tafoya 29:18, 14. Kristy Miller 29:23, 15. Rachel Babitt 30:04, 16. Sheila-Margaret Pothast 30:38, 17. John Pothast 30:39, 18. Colton Huffer 31:31 19. Andrew Miller 31:32, 20. Alicia Kincaid 32:07, 21. Mia Hannevold 32:33, 22. Marly Perschbacher 33:16, 23. Jeff Perschbacher 33:17, 24. Ella Brennan 34:07, 25. Maria Sweppy 34:18.

26. Sara Bundy 39:11, 27. Piper Bundy 39:11, 28. Peyton Williams 39:53, 29. Yvonne Oren 41:22, 30. Denali Tucker 41:28, 31. Kandi Bareun 41:33, 32. Donna Brown 42:01, 33. Shelby Hufffer 42:57, 34. Abby Huffer 43:03, 35. Lindsey Hannevold 44:03, 36. Penny Furnish 41:06, 37. Joe Connors 44:39, 38. Hannah Anders 46:21, 39. Nadia Anders 46:23, 40. Susan Phillips 48:39, 41. Kathy Hammer 48:39, 42. Art Brown 50:20, 43. Natasha Reutov 51:33, 44. Charlie Pierce 55:05, 45. Yvonne Pierce 55:07, 46. Frank Turpin DNF, 47. Bill Bailey DNF.

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