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HARRIERS head down the hill in Saturday’s Twin Tunnels 3k, 5k and 12k run/walk in Hood River. This fundraiser event saw its highest turnout for the MTT fall/spring runs this weekend.

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HARRIERS head down the hill in Saturday’s Twin Tunnels 3k, 5k and 12k run/walk in Hood River. This fundraiser event saw its highest turnout for the MTT fall/spring runs this weekend.

Tunnels run results

2013 Spring Mosier Twin Tunnel Run/walk 3k/5k/12k

Sunday, May 12th

HCRH State Trail, Hood River

3k Male Finishers

Easton Atchley 17:42

Michael Lenke 17:43

Kai Rayle 18:56

Andy Root 20:25

Jackson D 20:28

Julio Murphy Mendez 33:26

Ollie Stevenson 34:03

Sammy Stevenson 34:31

Tim Rayle 40:48

3k Female Finishers

Emma Atchley 17:51

Dezi Gouldy 19:41

Kaitlynn Spino 24:45

Jill Reitz 27:12

Chris Reitz 27:13

Stella Lee 27:48

Nanacy Foley 27:49

Fiona Dunlap 29:06

Joyce Tarby 33:45

Karen Murphy 38:31

5k Male Finishers

Elkin Parker 20:05

Owen Ramsey 21:31

Kohl Garret 26:17

Chase Colwell 26:25

Scott Bryant 26:26

Quincy Atchley 26:40

Ryan Salmon 29:43

Joe Reitz 32:23

Zach Sabina 32:23

Miles Lee 32:31

Kevin Lee 32:38

Bryce Salmon 39:08

Dylan Stolhound 44:09

Bill Clark 47:20

Jergen Hess 50:43

Christopher Montecalvo 51:36

Steve Turner 53:12

5k Female Finishers

Kayla Collins 21:33

Sarah Hall 29:46

Holly Ryan 29:47

Marketa Hart 30:55

Stephanie Hargrave 31:18

Tina Springsted 31:47

Grace Garrett 32:44

Kim Lapierre 33:57

Luci Stevenson 34:48

Lisa Stevenson 34:49

Janette Atchley 37:50

Brooke Remington 37:59

Amy Wenz 38:01

Chrissy Ryan 38:28

Jennifer Zimmalee 44:08

Shamae Juris 47:21

Cindy Ryan 48:02

Pam Morgan 49:38

Sandra Haynie 50:40

Susan Hess 50:40

Ruth Berkowitz 50:41

Teri Spellecy 50:49

Sissy Turner 53:13

Erica Stolhound 57:11

Sydney Stolhound 57:13

12k Male Finishers

Charlie Remington 45:34

Jim Dunlap III 51:30

Javier Meza 54:07

Raul Gonzalez 55:47

Dan Menard 55:54

Brad Anderson 58:38

Bob Fuquay 59:30

Salvadore Medezma 61:07

12k Female Finishers

Shannon Sexton 56:43

Maya Rayle 58:34

Kim Brislawn 58:54

Marge Gayle 61:15

Jessica Crone 61:16

Just the top times under 62 minutes were listed by coordinators

Down the stretch they came.

Easton Atchley and Michael Lenke were stride-for-stride looking down on the finish line eye-to-eye.

When they finally crossed the tape, Klickitat, Wash.’s Atchley scored first place with a final time of 17 minutes and 42 seconds, while Lenke had a marker of 17:43 for second place this past Saturday in the 2013 Mosier Twin Tunnels 3k, 5k and 12k run/walk held at the Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail in Hood River.

Also in the men’s 3k bracket, Kai Rayle (18:56), Andy Root (20:25) and Jackson D (20:28) capped the top-5 in this field of 20.

On the female side, Emma Atchley added another big win to her records with a solid performance of 17:51 for first place.

Dezi Gouldy placed second in 19:41, Jill Reitz 27:12 and Chris Reitz (27:13) rounded out the top-5.

Mosier seventh grader, Elkin Parker, 14, scored first place in the men’s 5k race with a time of 20:05, more than a minute better than Owen Ramsey (21:31).

Kohl Garret (26:17), Chase Colwell (26:25) and Scott Bryant (26:26) all enjoyed significant efforts in the upper ranks.

Beaverton native Kayla Collins had little trouble in her 5k women’s try and crossed the tape in 21:33, finishing at a wide margin ahead of her next few competitors.

Sarah Hall ended up in second place with time of 29:46 and right behind her was Holly Ryan, who churned out a 29:47.

Marketa Hart garnered fourth place amongst the women at 30:55, and Stephanie Hargrave swung out to a 31:18 for fifth place in the standings.

The Dalles’ Charlie Remington continued his torrid spring pace with another top medal on this day where his time of 45:34 was a lopsided effort in the 12k field.

Jim Dunlap III was good enough for second place with his 51:30, Javier Meza added a 54:07 for third place and Raul Gonzalez grabbed fourth in 55:47, in front of Dan Menard, who placed fifth with his 55:54.

Also on the 12k women’s front, Shannon Sexton, of Portland, coasted to an easy 56:43 for a top-flight finish in a highly contest group of 31 harriers.

Maya Rayle inched ahead late for her 58:34 for second place and Kim Brislawn chalked up a 58:54 to come in third place.

Marge Gayle crossed the wire in 61:15 and Jessica Crone ratcheted up a 61:16 to cap the top-5 women.


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