Results posted for Tustumena Fun Run

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, September 14, 2014 9:56pm
  • Sports

The Tustumena 5K Run/Walk was held Saturday, starting at Tustumena Elementary School and ending at Johnson Lake. The event raises money for student activities at Tustumena Elementary.

Tustumena 5K Run/Walk


Men: 1. Kyle McNally, 20 minutes, 13 seconds; 2. Tanner Craig, 22:42; 3. Gideon Hutchison, 23:01; 4. Logan Craig, 23:02; 5. Robert Roush, 26:33; 6. Roy Stuckey, 26:43; 7. Eric Fischer, 32:25; 8. Isaac Davis, 36:44; 9. Brandon Ducker, 45:51; 10. Travis Peters, 54:23; 11. Brice Peters, 54:25.

Women: 1. Susan Craig, 23:20; 2. Jane Fuerstenau, 26:47; 3. Sawyer Link, 27:05; 4. Kristine Moerlein, 27:25; 5. Jennifer Jackson, 27:46; 6. Terri Cowart, 29:53; 7. Judy Fischer, 31:06; 8. Joellen Fowler, 31:33; 9. June Stuckey, 31:45; 10. Maria Sweppy, 33:01; 11. Emma Craig, 33:39; 12. Bobbi Lay, 34:19; 13. Kate Swaby, 34:49; 14. Jacqueline, 35:02; 15. Grace Morrow, 36:43; 16. Kristin Morrow, 37:35; 17. Nyia Peters, 39:16; 18. Mary Hutchison, 39:49; 19. Brook Fischer, 39:58; 20. Ivy Daly, 39:59; 21. Brianna Peters, 41:06; 22. Ree’ Lynn Lisenby, 41:07; 23. Autumn Fischer, 41:08; 24. Kathleen Evenson, 41:31; 25. Deb Pollock, 41:45.

26. Teresa Halverson, 41:45; 27. Lesley West, 42:38; 28. Thia Peters, 46:48; 29. Diane Webb, 48:43; 30. Tammi Linn, 55:45; 31. Camille Cruz, 59:55; 32. Isabelle Cruz, 59:55; 33. Hannah Leaders, 1:03:28; 34. Elaina Hitchcock, 1:03:49; 35. Whitney Hitchcock, 1:03:59; 36. Tatum O’Brien, 1:04:00; 37. Kelly Hitchcock, 1:04:00; 38. Jeannette Ducker, 1:04:17; 39. Samantha Timm, 1:04:23; 40. Lydia, 1:04:58; 41. Dianna Leaders, 1:05:00; 42. Ember Klonizos, 1:13:06; 43. Nicole Klonizos, 1:13:14; 44. Tawny Osmar, 1:13:15.

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