Running to make Christmas special for local children

Reindeer run through the city for Toys for Tots

Posted:  Monday, December 14, 2015 - 9:00am
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ROCKLAND The streets of Rockland were full of Reindeer Sunday morning as the Reindeer 4-miler road race for Toys for Tots was held with 46 runners and walkers out for an enjoyable December day.

Theo Emery was the race winner with a time of 22:56.5. Jala Tooley was the first female with a time of 26:51.2. Finn Emery was the youngest to finish the race with a time of 34:02.8. Art Warren was the elder of the runners at the age of 80 finished 30th with a time of 40:06.0. Colin Stewart won the best holiday dress award.

The cost for the race was $15 with a donation of a new, unwrapped toy, or $20 without a toy. Toys for Tots is a program that is run by a 100 percent volunteer group of the United States Marines. They work all overt country to bring Christmas to the neediest of children right n your neighborhood.

Individual results with the place, name, age, town and time are; 1, Emery, 40, Camden, 22:56.2; 2, Benjamin Dale, 30, Rockland, 23:30.4; 3, Darren Winchenbach, 34, Waldoboro, 25:08.3; 4; Jackson Fortin, 23, Wiscassett, 26:17.1; 5, Tooley, 36, Camden, 26:51.2; 6, Ron Stevenson, 44, Knox, 26:51.8; 7, Sophie Oliveri, 19, Piston, 27:09.3; 8, Colin Stewart, 14, Appleton, 29:26.6; 9, Liela Banks, 26, Stockton Springs, 29:50.1; 10, Emma Menard, 24, Searsport, 29:51.7; 11, Dean Martin, 43, Warren, 30:20.0; 12, Patricia Leach, 43, Warren, 31:36.3; 13, Doug Blasius, 62, Belfast, 32:06.8; 14, Tom Chester, 42, Lincolnville, 32:08.3; 15, Kristy Hastings, 30, Waldoboro, 32:24.3; 16, Sireea Kristen-Jackson, 30, Rockport, 33:44.5; 17, Emery, 9, Camden, 34:02.8; 18, Michael Madell, 56, Bar Harbor, 34:38.6; 19, Scott Davis, 45, Nobleboro, 35:34.3; 20, Hattie DeRaps, 37, Farmington, 36:34.3; 21, Kimberly Schroeter, 59, Saco, 36:38.8; 22, Mary Lukasiewicz, 21, Rockport, 36:55.8; 23, Juliette Laaka, 28, Cushing, 37:23.7; 24, Reade Brower, 59, Rockland, 37:24.4; 25, Courtney Leach, 23, Warren, 37:41.3; 26, Susan Norwood-Burns, 39, Nobleboro, 38:26.0; 27, Chelsea Boyd, 26, Waterville, 38:34.6; 28, Greg Boyd, 56, Waterville, 38:35.3; 29, Ashley Wilcox, 29, Hermon, 39:13.8; 30, Warren, 80, Camden, 40:06.0; 31, Bonny Longley, 36, Rockport, 40:11.2; 32, Kelsey Arsenault, 23, Mexico, 40:15.6; 33, Kerry Bridges, 47, Warren, 40:17.8; 34, Amy Lord, 41, Holden, 41:33.1; 35, Beth Wilkas, 42, Thomaston, 41:47.4; 36, Ellen Spring, 63, Thomaston, 42:35.0; 37, Abigail Hilt, 23, Warren, 45:33.6; 38, Brad Drawbridge, 54, Rockport, 46:59.6; 39, Rebecca Bubar, 61, Old Town, 47:49.9; 40T, Carla Ellis, 28, Rockport, 48:05.1; 40T, Raechelle Haynes, 31, Thomaston, 48:05.1; 42, Tom Fifield, 45, Windsor, 48:07.9; 43, Charlotte Conley, 46, Nobleboro, 48:18.7; 44, Lora Laffen, 51, Rockport, 48:28.2; 45, Paul McFarland, 71, Lincolnville, 50:31.5; and 46, Seana Roubinek, 47, Rockport, 1:03:54.7.

The next local road race will be Jan. 1 when the Set the Pace 5k will be held in Camden.

Click here for a photo gallery from this race


 

Reach Ron Hawkes at sports@penbaypilot.com