Superhero 5K results posted

  • Sunday, August 16, 2015 10:42pm
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David Isaak and Heather Moon won the third annual Superhero 5K on Saturday at the Kenai Park Strip.

The race is put together by the Kenaitze Indian Tribe to support Kenai Peninsula CASA and the work they do with foster children and youth in our community.

There were 108 registered, and 98 superheroes making the run in costume.

Isaak was the top men’s finisher at 20 minutes, 7 seconds, while Bill Taylor was second at 21:13 and Jamie Nelson was third at 22:17. Moon was the top women’s finisher, and second overall, with a 20:59. Chelsea Van Sickle was second at 24:57, while Emily Knight was third at 25:26.

Superhero 5K

Saturday, Kenai

1. David Isaak, 20:07; 2. Heather Moon, 20:59; 3. Bill Taylor, 21:13; 4. Jamie Nelson, 22:17; 5. Chelsea Van Vickle, 24:57; 6. Peter Cannava, 24:58; 7. Emily Knight, 25:26; 8. Bill Grabowski, 25:49; 9. Amy Drake, 26:45; 10. Shari BeDunnah, 27:17; 11. Dylan Hogue, 27:20; 12. Ben Weagraff, 27:23; 13. Doug Hogue, 27:34; 14. Emily Heale, 28:06; 15. Ethan Hogue, 28:41; 16. Shane Udelhoven, 28:59; 17. Carter Cannava, 29:42; 18. Eli Davis, 29:46; 19. Annebelle Schneiders, 30:32; 20. Kylie Morse, 30:32; 21. Christine Morin, 30:44; 22. Paul Morin, 30:44; 23. Ian Beauparlant, 32:04; 24. Kirell Sweet, 32:22; 25. Joel Todd, 32:24.

26. Lena Teplitsky, 32:24; 27. Angie Nelson, 32:56; 28. Amy Hogue, 33:02; 29. Ariana Cannava, 33:02; 30. Katrina Cannava, 33:02; 31. Rinna Carson, 33:07; 32. Maria Sweppy,33:20; 33. Coy Babcock, 33:33; 34. Nyia Peters, 37:05; 35. Jaron Kenner, 37:32; 36. Luc Beauparlant, 38:12; 37. Tom Kobylarz, 38:18; 38. Aiden Stinnett, 38:20; 39. Hamilton Hunt, 38:21; 40. Robert Carson, 38:42; 41. Penny Furnish, 38:59; 42. Sarah Goodwin, 39:18; 43. Sheena Haas, 39:19; 44. Jennifer Joanis, 40:19; 45. Nikita Sweet, 41:43; 46. Cheyenne Juliussen, 42:48; 47. Kallie Kenner, 42:50; 48. Karen Hobart, 43:25; 49. Ellis Womack, 43:25; 50. Burt Womack, 43:25.

51. Jennifer Tollackson, 44:32; 52. DeeDee Fowler, 44:32; 53. Sara Dennis, 44:32; 54. Chloe Davis, 46:14; 55. Stephanie Davis, 46:18; 56. Regan Hunt, 47:22; 57. Angelica Sulley, 47:28; 58. Breckin Sulley, 47:28; 59. Steph Hunt, 47:53; 60. Kelsie Kenner, 48:30; 61. Angela Kenner, 48:40; 62. Karlee Kenner, 48:40; 63. Casandra Winslow, 49:17; 64. Sharon Isaak, 49:17; 65. Stephanie Big Crow, 49:17; 66. Kathleen Harrison, 49:17; 67. Makenzi Davis, 50:34; 68. Niah Davis, 50:34; 69. Citlin Babcock, 54:00; 70. Joshua Babcock, 54:17;

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