340 compete in 5K


By Kyle Shaner - kshaner@civitasmedia.com



GREENVILLE – A total of 340 runners and walkers completed the Breast Cancer Awareness 5K on Saturday morning in downtown Greenville.

Calen Bruner was the overall race winner with a time of 16:48.7, Jamie Garrett finished second in 19:42.3, Bruce Burns finished third in 19:51.9, Justin Marshall finished fourth in 20:03.8, and Carson Bruner finished fifth in 20:12.7.

Carolyn Iddings was the top female finisher with a time of 22:19.9, Nicole Elliott finished second in 22:23.3, Tabitha Stewart finished third in 22:25.9, Mackenzie Bohman finished fourth in 22:33.8, and Natalie Oliver finished fifth in 24:07.8.

Audrey Cline won the girls 10 and younger category in a time of 35:10.2, Abby Nisonger finished second in 35:56.8, and Isabella Smith finished third in 39:07.7.

Mackenzie Bohman won the girls 11 to 14 age division in a time of 22:33.8, Kelsie Wehr finished second in 25:57.0, and Lissa Siler finished third in 26:57.3.

Skyler Marker won the girls 15 to 19 division in 27:15.3, Michelle Borgerding finished second in 35:31.0, and Courtney Faber finished third in 41:13.2.

Natalie Oliver won the women’s 20 to 24 age division with a time of 24:07.8, Megan Shuret finished second in 26:29.1, and Olivia Quellhorst finished third in 27:58.2.

Kellie Eikenberry won the women’s 25 to 29 division in a time of 26:23.9, Jillian Witters finished second in 26:32.4, and Laura Moore finished third in 28:45.1.

Erica Burns won the women’s 30 to 34 age division in 24:19.5, Ami Anthony finished second in 27:03.9, and Tess Rich finished third in 27:08.2.

Ginger Gehret won the women’s 35 to 39 division with a time of 26:39.1, Janice Bohman finished second in 29:16.9, and Jamie Coyle finished third in 29:36.0.

Kitty Zumbrink won the women’s 40 to 44 age division in a time of 24:40.2, Amy Denlinger finished second in 27:40.4, and Melissa Meyer finished third in 28:59.7.

Jeanne Homan won the women’s 45 to 49 division in 25:04.7, Teresa Taylor finished second in 25:04.8, and Amy Brandt finished third in 26:27.9.

Shelly Haber won the women’s 50 to 54 age division with a time of 24:12.4, Jenni Carson finished second in 29:25.1, and Lauren Brewer finished third in 31:13.5.

Connie Harshbarger won the women’s 55 to 59 division in a time of 26:42.3, Cheryl Collins finished second in 26:49.5, and Gloria Burns finished third in 27:02.2.

Cindy Scott won the women’s 60 to 64 age division in 38:44.5, Brenda Nickol finished second in 39:04.3, and Deb Sease finished third in 39:18.9.

Patricia Burton won the women’s 65 to 69 division with a time of 53:07.7.

Marty Schipfer won the women’s 70 and older division in a time of 46:44.2, Helen Wright finished second in 51:20.8, and Titia Holmes finished third in 1:00:39.6.

Trey Rammel won the boys 10 and younger division in 25:45.4, Hayden Burns finished second in 30:56.3, and Luke Rammel finished third in 31:41.2.

Ross Thayer won the boys 11 to 14 age division with a time of 22:53.4, Matthew Karns finished second in 24:11.5, and Mason Sullenbarger finished third in 24:30.3.

Carson Bruner won the boys 15 to 19 division in a time of 20:12.7, Wills Troutwine finished second in 21:24.5, and Dylan Avore finished third in 22:05.8.

Andrew Burns won the men’s 20 to 24 age division in 23:26.0, Ryan Johnson finished second in 28:58.4, and Michael Karns finished third in 31:34.1.

John Mobley won the men’s 35 to 29 division with a time of 21:36.4, James Schmidt finished second in 23:34.6, and Jason Wick finished third in 35:10.4.

Jimmy Smith won the men’s 30 to 34 age division in a time of 21:53.2, Sean Andreas finished second in 22:38.5, and Dan Suerdieck finished third in 23:40.7.

Justin Marshall won the men’s 35 to 39 division in 20:03.8, Jason Marker finished second in 23:00.9, and Allen Newbauer finished third in 27:44.0.

Jeramie Stevens won the men’s 40 to 44 age division with a time of 23:43.6, Mark Thomas finished second in 26:16.9, and Monty Linder finished third in 35:29.1.

Scott Snell won the men’s 45 to 49 division in a time of 21:38.7, Brian Jones finished second in 24:35.6, and Robert Fraley finished third in 25:16.5.

Dan Homan won the men’s 50 to 54 age division in 21:01.1, Bill Haber finished second in 21:27.2, and Bill Marker finished third 22:54.9.

Chris Cobb won the men’s 55 to 59 division with a time of 24:25.7, Lowell Lavy finished second in 24:34.3, and Gary Grosch finished third in 25:52.7.

Scott Clum won the men’s 60 to 64 age division in a time of 37:58.4, and Lenny McCann finished second in 44:56.7.

Randy Bashore won the men’s 65 to 69 division in 27:55.0, Patrick Barga finished second in 37:19.2, and Don Rammel finished third in 1:03:33.4.

For complete results from the Breast Cancer Awareness 5K, visit goodtimesraces.com.

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Marcia Weigel, Tamara Jo Fields, Norma Jean Rammel, Don Rammel, Brett Demange and Laura Demange approach the finish line during the Breast Cancer Awareness 5K on Saturday morning in downtown Greenville.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2015/08/web1_5K-web.jpgMarcia Weigel, Tamara Jo Fields, Norma Jean Rammel, Don Rammel, Brett Demange and Laura Demange approach the finish line during the Breast Cancer Awareness 5K on Saturday morning in downtown Greenville. Kyle Shaner|The Daily Advocate

By Kyle Shaner

kshaner@civitasmedia.com

Kyle Shaner may be reached at 937-569-4316. Follow me on Twitter @KShanerAdvocate or get updates on Facebook by searching Darke County Sports. For more features online go to advocate360.org or ‘like The Daily Advocate’ on Facebook by searching Advocate360.

Kyle Shaner may be reached at 937-569-4316. Follow me on Twitter @KShanerAdvocate or get updates on Facebook by searching Darke County Sports. For more features online go to advocate360.org or ‘like The Daily Advocate’ on Facebook by searching Advocate360.