448 runners, walkers compete in Poultry Days 5K


VERSAILLES – A total of 448 runners and walkers participated in Saturday’s Poultry Days 5K in Versailles.

Tony O’Connor was the top finisher in 17:23.1, Dillan Schulze finished second in 18:04.3, Gavin Horne finished third in 18:40.4, Brooks Blakeley finished fourth in 19:06.8, and Luke Graber finished fifth in 19:20.2.

Jace Watren won the boys 10 and younger division in 22:07.1, Trey Rammel finished second in 23:06.4, and Cameron Magoto finished third in 23:44.

Madison Ware won the girls 10 and younger division with a time of 25:24.3, Chloe Steinbrunner finished second in 26:09.2, and Anna Kate Robillard finished third in 26:09.8.

Jarrett Petitjean won the boys 11 to 14 division in a time of 21:09.1, Jonathan Bell finished second in 21:41.4, and Owen Stuckman finished third in 21:52.2.

Mia Robillard won the girls 11 to 14 division in a time of 24:15.2, Maya Lentz finished second in 25:01.2, and Katie McClurg finished third in 25:25.3.

Zachary Bell won the boys 15 to 19 division in 19:24.7, Cameron Burke finished second in 26:21.9, and Owen Schultz finished third in 28:48.

Mackenzie Bohman won the girls 15 to 19 division in a time of 22:06.6, Kennedy McEldowney finished second in 24:20.8, and Molly Kearns finished third in 27:23.9.

Luke Graber won the men’s 20 to 24 division with a time of 19:20.2, Tyler Rose finished second in 21:11.2, and Ethan Hoening finished third in 21:24.8.

Brooke Pothast won the women’s 20 to 24 division in a time of 23:35.2, Elizabeth Knapke finished second in 24:50.7, and Maria Heckman finished third in 24:50.8.

John Anderson won the men’s 25 to 29 division in 19:26.6, Cody Phlipot finished second in 24:53.2, and Matt Purpus finished third in 27:00.9.

Randy Shilt won the women’s 26 to 30 division with a time of 26:48.5, Kendra McCallister finished second in 27:41.3, and Brittany Burnetlo finished third in 28:52.3.

David Negrelli won the men’s 30 to 34 division in a time of 21:45.4, Matt Ross finished second in 22:23.1, and Craig Poeppelman finished third in 24:01.

Laura Moore won the women’s 30 to 34 division with a time of 26:05.2, Alicia Marker finished second in 27:02.4, and Ami Anthony finished third in 27:09.2.

Joe Raterman won the men’s 35 to 39 division in 19:40.6, Bruce Burns finished second in 21:28.6, and Joshua Sutton finished third in 21:49.6.

Renae Borchers won the women’s 35 to 39 division in 23:31.3, Sabrina Riley finished second in 25:44.3, and Sara Wagner finished third in 26:02.3.

Andy Muhlenkamp won the men’s 40 to 44 division with a time of 20:26.6, Justin Marshall finished second in 21:01.9, and Valentin Lopez finished third in 21:14.1.

Crystal Barton won the women’s 40 to 44 division in 21:56.8, Angela Robillard finished second in 22:00.3, and Julie Magoto finished third in 24:04.3.

Rory Helms won the men’s 45 to 49 division in a time of 19:37.8, Chris Muhlenkamp finished second in 19:50.8, and Andy Rammel finished third in 20:51.6.

Carolyn Iddings won the women’s 45 to 49 division with a time of 22:14.3, Kitty Davis finished second in 27:39.1, and Vicky Centers finished third in 30:12.9.

Chuck Blinn won the men’s 50 to 54 division in 21:06.4, Scott Snell finished second in 21:43.7, and Cletus Bulcher finished third in 23:06.1.

Shelly Haber won the women’s 50 to 54 division in a time of 25:29.3, Deanne Rhoades finished second in 25:58.3, and Theresa Wendel finished third in 32:11.8.

Rick Moody won the men’s 55 to 59 division in 20:00.6, Bill Haber finished second in 22:59.1, and Dan Weaver finished third in 23:16.4.

Cheryl Collins won the women’s 55 to 59 division with a time of 27:08.5, Catherine Grow finished second in 28:57.1, and Penny Warner finished third in 31:16.6.

Richard Barton won the men’s 60 to 64 division in a time of 24:14.2, Ivan Steinke finished second in 26:08.3, and Gary Moore finished third in 32:23.3.

Mary Siegrist won the women’s 60 to 64 division in 26:47.6, Connie Harshbarger finished second in 26:49.9, and Pat Brockman finished third in 30:34.8.

Randy Bashore won the men’s 65 to 69 division with a time of 25:10.5, Rich Barger finished second in 35:24.5, and Scott Clum finished third in 38:25.6.

Susan Fowble won the women’s 65 to 69 division in a time of 30:10, Rebecca Shumaker finished second in 34:41.3, and Mary Saintignon finished third in 35:42.9.

Dale Guingrich won the men’s 70 and older division in 30:00.3, and Lee Emrick finished second in 44:35.7.

Betty Warwick won the women’s 70 and older division in 33:53.1.

For complete results from the Poultry Days 5K, visit www.goodtimesraces.com.

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Jace Watren runs in the Poultry Days 5K on Saturday morning in Versailles.
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