Results posted for Celebrate Life! 5K Run and Walk

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, August 8, 2017 11:51pm
  • Sports

Sean Verg-in, Shari BeDunnah and John Paul Dammeyer nabbed victories Saturday at the ABC Pregnancy Care Center Celebrate Life! 5K Run and Walk in Soldotna.

Verg-in won the men’s race at 18 minutes, 36 seconds, with Bill Wood coming in next at 19:02. BeDunnah’s 21:11 made her the top woman, with Lindsey Kaufman crossing second at 24:59. Dammeyer was the top youth runner, finishing at 21 minutes, while Damien Burke was second at 22:08.

The event had 275 participants, including over 40 volunteers, plus 27 sponsors and multiple in-kind contributors.

Celebrate Life! 5K Run and Walk

Men’s 5K Run — 1. Sean Verg-in, 18 minutes, 36 seconds; 2. Bill Wood, 19:02; 3. Tom Burke, 19:03; 4. Ryan Stowell, 19:31; 5. Daniel Fredrickson, 20 minutes, 23 seconds; 6. Carl Kincaid, 20 minutes, 45 seconds; 7. Bryndon Holmes, 21 minutes, 02 seconds; 8. Mike Tallent, 21:03; 9. Ed Burke, 21:10; 10. Skylar Holmes, 23:18; 11. William Fraley, 24:02; 12. Kyle Brindley, 24:03; 13. Henry Heft, 25:18 14. Jim Krein, 25:56; 15. Steve Davis, 29:56; 16. Mark Rozak, 35:54; 17. Chad Waggoner, 44:33.

Women’s 5K Run — 1. Shari BeDunnah, 21:11; 2. Lindsey Kaufman, 24:59; 3. Gabriella Tews, 25:37; 4. Grace Burke, 26:51; 5. Sarah Pribbenow, 27:13; 6. Elizabeth Cox, 27:14; 7. Gemme Burke, 27:43; 8. Cristy Millington, 28:05; 9. Ivana Lenahan, 28:30; 10. Jenni Nussbaum, 28:31; 11. Shawna Harkleroad, 28:37; 12. Viorica Thompson, 29:47; 13. Elizabeth Moffett, 29:49; 14. Christine Morin, 29:52; 15. Sue Comstock, 31:42; 16. Katie Mae Tallent, 32:06; 17. Maria Sweppy, 32:40; 18. Terri Nettles, 33:07; 19. Jessica England, 33:16; 20. Nicole Olender, 34:33; 21. Nadia Anders, 35:44; 22. Amber Espindola, 37:45; 23. Stephanie Lenahan, 37:50 24. Laura Burke, 41:15; 25. Amanda Waggoner, 44:33.

Youth’s 5K Run — 1. John Paul Dammeyer, 21:00; 2. Damien Burke, 22:08; 3. Caleb Warner, 22:58; 4. Samuel Anders, 23:44; 5. Weston Warner, 24:17; 6. Malakai BeDunnah, 24:20; 7. Daniel Anders, 24:32; 8. James Dammeyer, 26:03; 9. Karalyn Veihdeffer, 28:06; 10. Samuel Klein, 28:51; 11. Atlas Burke, 28:58; 12. Jon Gordon, 29:46; 13. Cooper Darling, 29:53; 14. William Klein, 34:29; 15. Eliza Anders, 34:42; 16. Sophia Rozak, 34:53; 17. Eve Burke, 35:15; 18. Max Burke, 36:14; 19. Tatum Rozak, 39:43; 20. Andri Kindred, 39:46; 21. Camille Burke, 40:14; 22. Khloey BeDunnah, 43:13; 23. Silas Waggoner, 43:33; 24. Malakai Waggoner, 43:33.

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