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Jamestown 4-H 10K Run, RESULTS 2016

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3rd Annual Jamestown 4-H Discovery Run 10K

Jamestown 4-H Educational Center, Williamsburg, VA

Saturday, April 2, 2016

A Colonial Road Runners Grand Prix Event

 

111 entrants.

92 finishers in 10K run/walk.

8 finishers in one mile fun run/walk.

 

** Age group record (5-year age groups)

LIST OF AWARD WINNERS:

 

Men Overall

  1. David Russell, 30 West Columbia, SC 38:13

[race record is 34:37 by Roger Hopper, 24, Williamsburg, in 2015]

  1. Ryan Doupe, 30 Newport News 38:45

**3. Greg Dawson, 50           Williamsburg             39:03

 

Women Overall

**1. Kacey Gibson, 26           Newport News          39:26

[new race record, previous record 42:03 by Jessica Riggs, 37, Surry, in 2015]

**2. Debbie McLaughlin, 50   Williamsburg             43:44

  1. Emily Honeycutt, 25 Newport News 46:47

 

Men 19-and-under

**1. Isaac Lamprecht, 9        New Kent                 45:04

  1. Paul Glass, 14 Williamsburg 45:49
  2. Glenn Glass, 12 Williamsburg 49:36

 

 

Men 20-24

  1. Mitchell Dannon, 21 Williamsburg 53:53
  2. Spencer Munro, 23 Hayes 1:06:29
  3. John Swanson, 24 Glen Allen 1:23:32

 

Men 25-29

  1. Alex Goldfarb, 25 Cheyenne, WY 39:24
  2. Andrew Colvin, 25 Yorktown 48:04
  3. Domenique Bickham, 25 Newport News 56:16

 

Men 30-34

  1. Mark Adams, 30 Williamsburg 40:20
  2. Lev Mazeres, 33 Williamsburg 43:36
  3. David Trichler, 32 Williamsburg 46:39

 

Men 35-39

  1. Jason Miller, 39 Williamsburg 43:55
  2. Paul Olsen, 38 Toano 45:36
  3. Andrew Kordas, 36 Providence Forge 58:31

 

Men 40-44

**1. Scott Ward, 41               Norfolk                     41:15

  1. David Glass, 43 Williamsburg 49:27
  2. Michael Estes, 43 Stafford 51:04

 

Men 45-49

none

 

Men 50-54

  1. Paul Pelletier, 50 Williamsburg 40:12
  2. Dan O’Brien, 53 Williamsburg 41:53
  3. Tim O’Dell, 50 Toano 49:16

 

Men 55-59

  1. Robert Williams, 59 Yorktown 43:12
  2. David Youker, 59 Yorktown 1:02:07

 

Men 60-64

  1. Will Murray, 60 Williamsburg 43:54
  2. Paul Serra, 60 Lusby, MD 48:12
  3. George Nelsen, 60 Newport News 50:53

 

Men 65-69

**1. George Carrigan, 67       Williamsburg             50:06

  1. Ed Irish, 66 Williamsburg 52:25
  2. Jimmy Blount, 65 Williamsburg 59:30

 

Men 70-and-over

  1. Larry Arata, 71 Williamsburg 53:41
  2. Byron Adams, 73 Williamsburg 1:04:05

**3. Ernest Schillinger, 84      Williamsburg           1:19:03

 

Men Walk

  1. John Strassberger, 71 Williamsburg 1:15:20
  2. Bob Curtin, 63 Hampton 1:25:54

 

Women 19-and-under

**1. Nina Parziale, 13            Williamsburg             49:24

**2. Samantha Ermatinger, 19 Toano                      59:24

 

Women 20-24

  1. Taylor James, 21 Williamsburg 56:19
  2. Evin Leek, 23 Wilmington, NC 57:26
  3. Cori Leek, 24 Williamsburg 57:37

 

Women 25-29

  1. Kendall Kemelek, 28 Williamsburg 47:54
  2. Sarah Wiley, 25 Williamsburg 58:24
  3. Michele Trichler, 27 Charlottesville 1:04:00

 

Women 30-34

  1. Ashley Glenz, 30 Williamsburg 55:11
  2. Hazel Doupe, 32 Newport News 1:03:16
  3. Hannah Short, 31 Middlebrook 1:04:10
  4. Emily Williams, 32 Greenville 1:04:12
  5. Carrie Kordas, 31 Providence Forge 1:21:53

 

Women 35-39

  1. Robin Olsen, 37 Toano 48:46
  2. Carleen Lawson, 39 Yorktown 59:54

 

Women 40-44

  1. Michelle Holdsworth, 43 Williamsburg 1:08:24
  2. Ruth Lamprecht, 41 New Kent 1:15:08

 

Women 45-49

  1. Christine Landry, 45 Williamsburg 51:06
  2. Beth Vona, 49 Williamsburg 1:04:23

 

Women 50-54

  1. Christine Schaffner, 52 Yorktown 51:44
  2. Jean Troutman, 53 Williamsburg 59:42
  3. Karen Polli, 53 Chesapeake 1:01:47

 

Women 55-59

  1. Norma Phillips, 55 Williamsburg 52:08
  2. Linda Martinez, 55 Corpus Christi, TX 1:01:40
  3. Patricia Grooman, 55 Beltsville, MD 1:01:51

 

Women 60-64

**1. Rose Crist, 61                Lanexa                     52:41

  1. Harriet McCoy, 61 Toano 53:37
  2. Karen Corl, 61 Williamsburg 1:09:18

 

Women 65-69

none

 

Women 70-and-over

**1. Ann Hirn, 70                  Portsmouth             1:03:21

  1. Judy Hanna, 71 Williamsburg 1:17:29

 

Women Walk

  1. Karen Schenck, 61 Ark 1:22:50
  2. Nancy Rettinhouse, 60 Land O Lakes, FL 1:27:20
  3. Vicki Cooper, 60 Yorktown 1:29:30

 

 

One Mile Fun Run

  1. Alexander Lawson, M13 Yorktown 8:05
  2. Adeline Lawson, F11 Yorktown 8:05
  3. Hudson Mazeres, M3 Williamsburg 10:00
  4. Lev Mazeres, M33 Williamsburg 10:00
  5. Kim Stanger, F47 Monroe, WA 12:00
  6. Jill Cluff, F33 Elkton, MD 12:00
  7. Bob Curtin, M63 Hampton 12:28
  8. J. Henry Wilkins, M3 Hampton 13:00

 

Unclaimed Race Awards – If you were an award winner and weren’t around to claim your race award at the post-race awards ceremony you can still get your award from either the race director, or from Rick Platt, Race Coordinator for the Colonial Road Runners. Awards will not be mailed, but can be picked up from one of the following:

 

From the race director and their organization. For the Jamestown 4-H Discovery Run 10K, that would be Ruben Brown, Jamestown 4-H Educational Center (cell 757-604-2130). Email: rubrown1@vt.edu

 

From Rick Platt at an upcoming Colonial Road Runners race or workout. April CRR Grand Prix events are April 16 (Victory at Yorktown 10K) and April 23 (Run the DOG Street 5K). Or at several Williamsburg running workouts (DOG Street Pub Run, 6 p.m. on Mondays, Warhill distance run, 3:30 p.m. on Tuesdays). See our website, www.colonialroadrunners.org for the year’s CRR Grand Prix race schedule and the weekly workout schedule.

 

At Colonial Sports, 1303 Jamestown Road #111, Williamsburg 23185 (Colony Square Shopping Center, next to ReStore). Get confirmation of your race award delivery to the store first, though.

 

Contact Rick Platt by email (rickplatt1@juno.com) or by phone (757-229-7375, or cell 757-345-1431) to determine who now has the unclaimed race awards, and to arrange pickup of your award at one of the above locations.

 

Sat., Apr. 2
Jamestown 4-H 10K Run
Jamestown 4-H Educational Center
3751 4-H Club Road
Williamsburg, Va. 23185

1 mile fun run – 8:30 a.m.
10K – 9 a.m.

Jamestown 4-H Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of youth and adult volunteers through innovative 4-H camping, environmental education, and leadership training. All of the proceeds of this race will go to the General Camp Scholarship Fund to give opportunity to those children who need and benefit from it.

Flyer and more info can be found at CRR website, links below

Colonial Road Runners

Flyer