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November 24, 2012

Edmond trots out the holiday fun

EDMOND — The third annual Edmond Turkey Trot 5K and 1 Mile Family Wobble kicked off in downtown Edmond Thursday morning. The race featured more than 650 runners, some of whom got into the holiday spirit and dressed the part in turkey gear

Oklahoma Christian University cross country coach Mark Thompson won the event ahead of two out of town runners. A trio of Edmondites led the way in the women’s event. Tiffany Cone and Andrea Larabee ran one-two while Edmond North sophomore Jaci Smith came in third.

Edmond Turkey Trot

Results by leaders and age division

MALE OVERALL RESULTS

Place  Name                   City            St   Age Guntime Pace  

    1  Mark Thompson          Edmond   OK  33   15:43  3:09

    2  Eamonn Kichuk          Yukon      OK  18   15:59   3:12

    3  Kyle Wardwell          Norman     OK   21   16:14  3:15

MALE AGE GROUP:  1 - 8

    1 Leyton Barry           Edmond             OK   7   27:30

    2 Davis Park             Edmond             OK   7   29:22

    3 Luke Utsch             Edmond             OK   7   30:02

MALE AGE GROUP:  9 - 12

    1 Blake Cox              Okarche            OK  11   21:43

    2 Brice Warden           Oklahoma City      OK  11   23:02

    3 Valentin Park          Edmond             OK  12   23:20

MALE AGE GROUP:  13 - 15

    1 Kris Ebert             Edmond             OK  15   17:14

    2 Colton Pearson         Edmond             OK  14   20:09

    3 Josh Howard            Edmond             OK  15   20:28

MALE AGE GROUP:  16 - 19

    1 Eamonn Kichuk          Yukon              OK  18   15:59

    2 Blake Crouch           Edmond             OK  17   17:24

    3 Vijay Raj              Edmond             OK  17   19:47

MALE AGE GROUP:  20 - 24

    1 Kyle Wardwell          Norman             OK  21   16:14

    2 Allen Thurman          Stillwater         OK  23   16:15

    3 Noe Perez              Oklahoma City    OK  20   16:29

MALE AGE GROUP:  25 - 29

    1 Jazz Carreon           Oklahoma City   OK  28   16:27

    2 Kyle Bonney            Edmond             OK  25   19:04

    3 Phillip Bonney         Oklahoma City      OK  25   19:25

MALE AGE GROUP:  30 - 34

    1 Mark Thompson          Edmond             OK  33   15:43

    2 Greg Scott             San Luis Obispo    CA  31   16:57

    3 Jeremy Collins         St. Peters          MO  32   17:36

MALE AGE GROUP:  35 - 39

    1 Jonathan Pillow        Edmond             OK  36   16:16

    2 Trey Cone              Edmond             OK  38   17:47

    3 Walt Hattemer          Edmond             OK  39   20:52

MALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 44

    1 Andrew Guthrie         Edmond             OK  43   19:35

    2 Jose Cruz             Loyal              OK  40   20:29

    3 Bill Dycus             Oklahoma City      OK  43   20:58

MALE AGE GROUP:  45 - 49

    1 David Wray             Edmond             OK  49   19:12

    2 Patrick Mulqueen       Oklahoma City      OK  48   22:18

    3 John Daum              Edmond             OK  46   22:20

MALE AGE GROUP:  50 - 54

    1 John Wilp              Oklahoma City      OK  52   19:59

    2 Charles McFarland      Edmond             OK  52   21:25

    3 William Choi           Edmond             OK  50   21:44

MALE AGE GROUP:  55 - 59

    1 Gary Gregg             Edmond             OK  57   20:26

    2 Jim Hammond            Oklahoma City      OK  57   20:56

    3 David Maulden          Edmond             OK  57   21:59

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