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October 4, 2013

Hayes wins annual race

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — David Hayes II won the 2013 Pepsi/Gatorade 5K Saturday morning, finishing just ahead of Mike Schardein, 18:22 to 18:52. Jeff Tipton came in third with a time of 19:12. Those three were the only runners to finish under 20 minutes.

The top female finisher was Shelley Stanko, who crossed the finish line in 22:24 to capture 13th place. Andrea Fryman finished in 26:03 and Sall Gilbert in 28:13. Overall 108 runners competed in the event.

Pepsi/Gatorade 5K

David Hays II, 18.22; Mike Schardein,18.52; Jeff Tipton,19.12; Brennan Miller, 20.1; Ed Stanko, 20.16; Rivers Adkins, 20.4; Jason Welch, 20.42; Al Fryman, 21.36; Patrice Beliveau, 21.44; Tyler Vandeventer, 21.5; Ethan Anders, 21.52; Joniai McQueen, 22.04; Shelley Stanko, 22.24; Preston Jones, 22.35; Daniel Poston, 22.37; Jarod Russell, 22.43; Ben Tonkel, 22.52; Jacob Smart, 22.55; Braden Miller, 23.24; David Hays I, 23.34; Austin Hayes, 23.45; Kayne Hensley, 23.47; Jonathan Helton, 23.52; Steve Hubbert, 23.55; Steve Wright, 24.06; Trevor Grubb, 24.31; Dakota Brewster, 24.36; Brody Deaton, 24.4; Tracy Dutton, 24.5; Jason Burton, 24.59; John Ferguson, 25.03; David Lunsford, 25.05; Bobby McMullin, 25.1; Blake Burns, 25.11; Andrea Fryman, 26.03; Dennis Chavies, 26.24; Keith Hays, 26.34; Steve Tonkel, 26.53; Kyler Petrey, 27.00; Gage Jackson, 27.11; Sawyer Smith, 27.19; Reece Schenkenfelder, 27.22; John Manles, 27.27; Kris Ball, 27.29; Jordan Asher, 27.29; Coty Arnold, 27.3; Dennis Jones, 27.32; Hunter House, 27.49; Vince Holcomb, 28.04; Sall Gilbert, 28.13; Traci Maxey, 28.18; Brenda Bowden, 28.24; Amber Hensley, 28.26; David Nelson, 28.32; Roger Wright, 28.45; Michael Giles, 28.52; Sawyer Johnson, 29.01; Troy Baxter, 29:07; Neil Brown, 29.1; Ryan Anders, 29.19; Blake Phelps, 29.31; Ashlee McMullin, 30.02; Janice Manning, 30.12; Robert Griffin, 30.34; Derek Detherage, 31.02; David Chavies, 31.12; Dawn Briggs, 31.2; Sue Wright, 31.48; Olivia Rudder, 32.01; Mary Lawson, 32.03; Kim Sutton, 32.04; Kelly Youst, 32.12; Callie Proffitt, 32.14; Tim Roark, 32.2; Zach Allen, 32.32; Justin Foster, 32.58; Josh Sparks, 32.59; Buddy Butler, 33.11; Kyle Roundtree, 33.15; Jennifer Williams, 33.31; Heather Rudder, 33.37; Greg Kitzmiller, 33.59; Erik Lay, 34.08; Corey Anders, 34.19; Marc Rudder, 34.25; Peyton Roundtree, 34.33; Carmen Roundtree, 34.34; Amber Lancaster, 35.04; Laura Waters, 35.13; Cecil Davenport, 35.16; Noah Rudder, 35.23; McKenna Maxey, 35.23; Willie Arnold, 36.13; Nikki Butler, 36.38; Sydney Bunch; 36.59; Evan Boling, 37.21; Jasper Bowling, 37.23; Debbie Nicholson, 37.28; Michelle Sliter, 37.54; Ashley Barton, 37.56; Brandi Rose, 38.13; Jeanie Cochrane, 38.3; Jennifer Hendrix, 41.04; Kamran Hasni, 42.48; Melissa Napier-Prader, 44.5; Rhonda Luckett, 45.4; Kelsey Nicholson, 45.44; Sara Bowling, 45.49; Shannon Ackley, 45.51; Lisa Mattingly, 45.55.

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