Results posted for Run Into Summer race

  • By Staff Report
  • Wednesday, June 21, 2017 12:13am
  • Sports

The second race in the Run Into Summer 5K series was held June 14 at the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center. The win went to Maison Dunham at 20 minutes, 56 seconds.

The races will be every Wednesday in June starting and finishing at the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center. Registration is at 5 p.m. and races begin at 5:30 p.m. The cost per race is $20 for those 16 and over, $10 for those 6 to 15 and free for 5 and under.

Run Into Summer

June 14 in Kenai

5 kilometers

1. Maison Dunham, 20 minutes, 56 seconds; 2. Sean Goff, 21:26; 3. Ky Calvert, 21:31; 4. Jay Harris, 22:16; 5. Elizabeth Hardie, 24:34; 6. Henry Heft, 33:43; 7. Kate Swaby, 37:07; 8. Jacqueline VanHatten, 37:56; 9. Sara Bundy, 40:20; 10. Sullivan Bundy, 40:20; 11. Piper Bundy, 40:23; 12. Penny Furnish, 45:55; 13. Randy Meier, 49:18; 14. AnneMarie Lacy, 53:25; 15. Bobbi Lay, 53:26.

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