Close to 75 runners take part in Titan Trot in Silt
TITAN TROT 5K
Saturday in Silt
Age Group Results, Top 3
Female 14 and under: Maddy Valencia, 28:38.36; Kim Lackey, 41:33.51; Autumn Zweck, 50:58.44.
Female 20-29: Amanda Mutchler, 25:18.90; Emily Bessette, 28:42.00; Hannah Bihr, 35:18.38.
Female 30-39: Marie Marquez, 23:21.04; Kelly Sarno, 24:35.43; Betsy After, 24:45.72.
Female 40-49: Eileen Wysocki, 25:54.56; Renee Hooker, 27:11.82; Erin Alfstad, 27:55.71.
Female 50-59: Lisa Jones, 27:56.81; Kammy Young, 31:06.22; Lisa Bessette, 35:01.53.
Female 60-79: Kim Potter, 27:02.80; Mary Layman, 54:01.32; Stella Wagner, 57:41.02.
Male 14 and under: Joel Valencia, 23:59.11; Sterling Cook, 25:32.99; Seth Hooker, 27:10.50.
Male 15-19: Jonathan Graf, 25:51.53; Tripper Gore, 25:51.87; Matt Gose, 33:48.08.
Male 20-29: Alex Tapia, 21:02.20; Tyler Cronkite, 25:31.61; Shane Mellow, 29:15.38.
Male 30-39: Josh Hejtmareck, 18:31.30; Zacharia Robinson, 19:56.27; Ed Murray, 21:01.21.
Male 40-49: Bob Byram, 21:35.83; Brian After, 21:59.70; Troy Feese, 24:35.87.
Male 50-59: Ron Lund, 20:56.75; Candelario de Luera, 21:16.17; Brad Palmer, 22:33.56.
Male 60-79: Phil Semora, 22:31.74; Robert Layman, 40:00.40; Bob Albright, 40:46.13.
SILT — Josh Hejtmanek finished as the overall winner of the Titan Trot 5K on Saturday, May 10
Hejtmanek, running in the 30-39 year-old age group, posted an overall-best time of 18 minutes, 31.30 seconds. He won the race going away, beating second-place finisher Zacharia Robinson by more than a minute. Robinson crossed the finish line in 19:56.27.
Finishing as the top overall female was Marie Marquez, who came across in 23:21.04.
A total of 74 participants took part in the race, which was the third of the annual six-leg Colorado River Valley Charity Race Series. The race raised $1,200 for the Coal Ridge High School booster club.
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