The Edmond Sun

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November 24, 2012

Edmond trots out the holiday fun

(Continued)

EDMOND — MALE AGE GROUP:  60 - 64

    1 Layne Hamilton         Edmond             OK  63   21:04

    2 Terry Ziegler          Richardson         TX  62   22:10

    3 Don Wilkinson          Parsons            KS  64   24:42

MALE AGE GROUP:  65 - 69

    1 Nels Bentson         Oklahoma City   OK  68   30:24

    2 Ed Scott               Morehead           KY  65   35:30

    3 John Hargrove          Arcadia            OK  68   37:26

MALE AGE GROUP:  70 - 98

    1 Richard Price          Guthrie            OK  76   35:16

    2 Bill Scott             Stillwater         OK  71   37:06

    3 Don Denson             Terrell            TX  78   37:25

FEMALE OVERALL RESULTS

Place  Name                   City            St Age Guntime Pace  

    1   Tiffany Cone         Edmond      OK  33   18:44   3:45

    2  Andrea Larabee     Edmond       OK  34   18:51   3:46

    3  Jaci Smith             Edmond       OK  15   18:58   3:48

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  1 - 8

    1 Katharine Pillow       Edmond             OK   8   43:46

    2 Daniela Herman         Edmond             OK   8   50:58

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  9 - 12

    1 Helen Park             Edmond             OK  10   23:22

    2 Emma Walter            Edmond             OK  12   26:34

    3 Shannon Varenhorst     Mustang            OK   9   27:01

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  13 - 15

    1 Jaci Smith             Edmond             OK  15   18:58

    2 Morgan Hiebert         Edmond             OK  14   24:11

    3 Erin Green             Edmond             OK  15   24:17

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  16 - 19

    1 Jenny Mehner           Edmond             OK  16   21:44

    2 Nina Prabhu            Edmond             OK  18   23:32

    3 Bette Webster          Edmond             OK  19   23:42

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  20 - 24

    1 Grace Garcia           Oklahoma City      OK  21   21:40

    2 Sara Murzynsky         Edmond             OK  24   23:01

    3 Emily Anderson         Edmond             OK  23   23:40

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  25 - 29

    1 Diana Sutton           Broken Arrow       OK  25   23:57

    2 Megan Irwin            Edmond             OK  29   25:09

    3 Amy Benson             Edmond             OK  29   25:24

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  30 - 34

    1 Tiffany Cone           Edmond             OK  33   18:44

    2 Andrea Larabee         Edmond             OK  34   18:51

    3 Emily Marsh            Edmond             OK  32   21:15

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  35 - 39

    1 Amy Wiley              Stillwater         OK  35   21:11

    2 Amy Duffy              Edmond             OK  37   21:23

    3 Nicole Goldston        Fort Scott         KS  39   23:12

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 44

    1 Susan Park             Edmond             OK  43   19:15

    2 Jen Warden             Oklahoma City      OK  42   22:56

    3 Michelle Kinzer        Oklahoma City       OK  43   24:29

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  45 - 49

    1 Dianne Mayberry        Edmond             OK  46   23:28

    2 Kelly Hayes            Woodward           OK  48   24:36

    3 Linda Kever            Edmond             OK  48   24:56

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  50 - 54

    1 Dana McLain            Edmond             OK  51   24:50

    2 Jennifer Henry         Edmond             OK  51   25:21

    3 Rebecca Cunningham     Edmond             OK  53   25:25

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  55 - 59

    1 Sherry Buckner         Firestone          CO  57   23:33

    2 Joan Johnson           Norman             OK  55   24:32

    3 Debra Chronister       Edmond             OK  56   24:54

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  60 - 64

    1 Mary Newman            Edmond             OK  64   38:18

    2 Becky Faaborg          Edmond             OK  60   40:01

    3 Roxanna Alexander      Edmond             OK  60   44:41

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  65 - 69

    1 Evelyn Rowland         Edmond             OK  66   34:15

    2 Gail Hammervold        Edmond             OK  67   40:45

    3 Donna Bentson          Oklahoma City      OK  68   47:50

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  70 - 98

    1 Phyllis Morgan         Edmond             OK  80   29:59

    2 Nancy A Jacobs         Green Valley       AZ  70   31:51

 

 

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