Results posted for Moose River Hustle

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  • Sunday, May 7, 2017 11:56pm
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The Moose River Hustle was held Saturday at the Sterling Senior Center in order to raise money for Meals on Wheels. The event featured one-, three- and six-mile races that draw a combined 118 runners.

The overall and girls winner of the one-mile race was Jordan Strausbaugh, who finished at 6 minutes, 35 seconds. The next girls finisher was Apphia Bowser at 8:48, while Dotty Brown was next at 9:37. The top boys finisher was Jacob Strausbaugh at 7:08, while Samuel Strouse was next at 7:08 and Dwight Brown was next at 8:32.

In the three-mile race, Carl Kincaid was the overall and men’s winner at 22:27, while Sammy Anders was second at 25:57 and Danny Anders was third at 26:24. The top women’s finisher was Jessica Strausbaugh at 27:51, while Julie English was next at 29:39 and Zinovia Reutov followed at 29:42.

The men’s and overall winner for the six-miler was Matt Adams at 35:11, with Levi Savage the next men’s finisher at 44:51 and Sean Goff third among men at 45:32. Michelle Mitchell was the top woman and second overall with her time of 42:49. Sondra Stonecipher was second for women at 48:22, while Kristi Cotroneo was next at 49:00.

Moose River Hustle

Saturday in Sterling

1 Mile — 1. Jordan Strausbaugh 6 minutes, 35 seconds, 2. Jacob Strausbaugh 7:08, 3. Samuel Strouse 7:08, 4. Dwight Brown 8:32, 5. Ethan Bowser 8:47, 6. Apphia Bowser 8:48, 7. Dotty Brown 9:37, 8. Rebecca Jo Weekley 9:43, 9. Tim Weekley 9:44, 10. Monique Spears 9:47, 11. Ally Kiffmeyer 9:53, 12. Tyler Osland 9:54, 13. Gus Reimer 10:32, 14. Adam Reimer 10:32, 15. Emma Karron 10:46, 16. Kayleigh Strausbaugh 11:16, 17. Natalee Strouse 12:05, 18. Sarah Eskelin 13:31, 19. Tony Eskelin 13:31, 20.Lily Altman 13:54, 21. Charlene Collins 13:54, 22. Keldyn Miller 14:03, 23. Aida Neisinger 14:27, 24. Cindy Dentrow 14:33, 25. Tim Bowser 14:48.

26. Jennie Hulbert 16:04, 27. Sandy Glover 16:04, 28. Robert Karron 16:42, 29. Annaleah Karron 16:42, 30. Javyn Miller 16:50, 31. Sharon Isaak 16:52, 32. Karen Tollackson, 33. Kristy Miller 17:27, 34. Lana Strouse 17:38, 35. Caisen Bates 17:45, 36. Laura Beck 17:55, 37. Charles Karron 18:02, 38. Weston Gorup 18:40, 39. Esther Bowser 18:40, 40. Marian Bowser 19:04, 41. Crystal Gorup 19:05, 42. John Weekley 19:15, 43. Gil Glover 19:15, 44. Mary Perna 19:50, 45. Allison Gorup 19:52, 46. Mary Daigle 19:52, 47. Julie Weekley 20:11, 48. Dani Mains 20:11, 49. Brekyn Miller 21:58, 50. Andrew Miller 21:58, 51. Adam Anders 22:50, 52. Hanna Anders 22:50, 53. Lala Coxwell 23:12, 54. Tammi Linn 23:12, 55. Ken Reichert 54:40.

3 Mile — 1. Carl Kincaid 22:27, 2. Sammy Anders 25:57, 3. Danny Anders 26:24, 4. Jessica Strausbaugh 27:51, 5. Emelien Reutov 29:30, 6. Julie English 29:39, 7. Zinovia Reutov 29:42, 8. Melissa Tafoya 30:24, 9. Sadie Lansing 31:31, 10. Sharon Oyo 32:50, 11. Neil Reutov 32:57, 12. Janelle Hames 33:10, 13. John Swartz 33:35, 14. Melodie Epperheimer 33:47, 15. Jerrica Rose 34:02, 16. Parker Rose 34:05, 17. Lillygean Murray 34:09, 18. Alex Coxwell 34:12, 19. Natash Reutov 37:21, 20. Mary Kay Swartz 37:35, 21. Nadia Anders 38:17, 22. Eliza Anders 38:17, 23. Johna Beech 40:26, 24. Nissa Fowler 40:37, 25. Axel Coxwell 40:39.

26. Maria Sweppy 40:47, 27. Kelly Lawson 43:10, 28. Teresa Dalebout 44:59, 29. Sara Dennis 45:29, 30. Jennifer Tollackson 45:29, 31. Mazzie Bundy 47:12, 32. Kelly Hicks 50:47, 33. Yvonne Oren 50:47, 34. Natasha Hood 50:52, 35. Brody Cochran 52:04, 36. Gavyn Cochran 52:04, 37. Cynthia Ingraham 52:04, 38. Lawrie Murray 52:06, 39. Glynn Murray 52:06, 40. Dawn Dutton 56:40, 41. Anika Hopkins 58:09, 42. Rebekah Hopkins 58:33, 43. Claire Hopkins 58:33, 44. Kristine Jensen 1:01:06, 45. Jessica Keith 1:01:06.

6 Mile — 1. Matt Adams 35:11, 2. Michelle Mitchell 42:49, 3. Levi Savage 44:51, 4. Sean Goff 45:32, 5. Sondra Stonecipher 48:22, 6. Kristi Cotroneo 49.00, 7. Dan Balmer 49:18, 8. Kule Mead 49:30, 9. Carly Reimer 53:25, 10. Alice Anderson 54:40, 11. Elizabeth Cox 56:42, 12. Mollie Pate 56:42, 13. Greg Endsley 57:32, 14. Sara Cochran 58:02, 15. Ryan Crooker 58:02, 16. Jeff Perschbacher 58:43, 17. Trisha Whitney 1:08:08, 18. Jamie Beever 1:08:08.

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