Runners begin the 27th annual Beat the Odds run on Saturday behind Riverbend Elementary School. (Courtesy Photo | Michael Schuler)

Runners begin the 27th annual Beat the Odds run on Saturday behind Riverbend Elementary School. (Courtesy Photo | Michael Schuler)

Beat the Odds 5K results

Nearly 400 participants came out for the 27th annual Beat the Odds 5-kilometer and 2-mile races on Saturday at Riverbend Elementary School. The race proceeds went to Cancer Connection, a local nonprofit that provides services for those diagnosed with cancer.

5K Race Results

  1. Daniel Leder, 20:20
  2. Justin Jones, 20:57
  3. Eli Crupi, 21:23
  4. Brian McTague, 21:35
  5. Will Robinson, 21:52
  6. Riley Duncan, 21:52
  7. Paul Strickler, 21:56
  8. Caden Mesdag, 22:12
  9. Gus Marx, 22:27
  10. Georgi Dobrev, 23:01
  11. Brandon Shaw, 23:24
  12. Jill Smith, 23:33
  13. Barbara Thurston, 23:35
  14. Brette Harrington, 23:43
  15. Adelaide Johnson, 24:00
  16. Constance Johnson, 24:01
  17. Tom Meyer, 24:03
  18. Finn Kesey, 24:24
  19. Kean Buss, 24:24
  20. Dave Ringle, 24:35
  21. Steve Schmitz, 24:39
  22. Amy Witt, 24:41
  23. Stephani Griffin, 24:43
  24. Charlee Gribbon, 24:53
  25. Ida Meyer, 24:58
  26. Matt Neville, 25:03
  27. Dimitar Bratovanov, 25:11
  28. Mindy Shaw, 25:15
  29. Mary Ann Love, 25:16
  30. Stephanie Harvey, 25:27
  31. Jeremy Hsieh, 25:41
  32. Erika Bengston, 25:46
  33. Mariah Schaubecker, 25:57
  34. Robin Mulvey, 25:58
  35. Justin Crotteau, 26:00
  36. Kristin McTague, 26:12
  37. Alyssa Hobbs, 26:15
  38. Darcy Schauloecker, 26:17
  39. Ryan Thibodeau, 26:28
  40. Karter Kohlhase, 26:37
  41. Adam Weed, 26:40
  42. Arnold Liebelt, 26:46
  43. Kym Mauseth, 26:49
  44. Riall, 26:56
  45. Donna Liegh, 27:02
  46. Maggie Dean, 27:05
  47. Brook Larson, 27:38
  48. Serena Crupi, 27:38
  49. Reed Loree, 27:40
  50. Emily Ricci, 28:03
  51. Steve Ricci, 28:03
  52. Guy Crockroft, 28:11
  53. Ariane Goins, 28:14
  54. Cory Crossett, 28:27
  55. Katie Hickok, 29:04
  56. Quinn Tracy, 29:23
  57. Heather Parker, 29:23
  58. Debi Ballam, 29:27
  59. Molly McCormick, 29:30
  60. Christy Wallace, 29:32
  61. Susan Listberger, 29:45
  62. Lorie Crupi, 29:56
  63. Greg Lockwood, 30:10
  64. Eva M., 30:29
  65. Stephanie Kohlhase, 30:29
  66. Glory Scarano, 30:31
  67. Ruth Banaszak, 30:32
  68. Rose Lawleurn, 30:32
  69. Victor Banaszak, 30:32
  70. Deborah Rudis, 31:17
  71. Deb Etheridge, 31:19
  72. Johanna Crossett, 31:49
  73. Joy Neyhart, 31:59
  74. Janelle Anderson, 32:04
  75. Chantana Hopson, 32:08
  76. Kathy Long, 32:23
  77. Annie Janes, 32:41
  78. Julie Hamilton, 32:41
  79. Carolyn Morehouse, 32:42
  80. Doug Kolwart, 32:45
  81. Caitlin Sanders, 32:52
  82. Lacey Sanders, 32:53
  83. Corry Isabell, 33:01
  84. Britten Deman, 33:04
  85. Delaney Jones, 33:29
  86. Kimberly Metcalfe, 34:14
  87. Madison Schumaker, 34:14
  88. Kelli Marciano, 34:25
  89. Amy Welling, 34:56
  90. Gretchen O’Donnell, 35:19
  91. Lavair Swingle, 35:32
  92. Amy Lockwood, 35:57
  93. Evelyn Dean, 36:05
  94. Tiffany Listberger, 36:45
  95. Sheri Gray, 37:04
  96. Gina Shirey, 37:10
  97. Mateo Britez, 37:11
  98. Diane Lorusso, 38:39
  99. Sarah Hieb, 39:38
  100. Ed Johns, 39:40
  101. Kelly Mercer, 40:43
  102. Renee Loree, 41:13
  103. Lisa Mitchell, 42:15
  104. Camille Gomez, 42:21
  105. Porter Love, 42:28
  106. Claudia Cook, 42:28
  107. Madison Cook, 42:32
  108. Macy Cook, 42:32
  109. Linda Kruger, 43:21
  110. Lorraine Stickel, 54:10

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