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November 23, 2012

Final results offered for 15th annual Turkey Trot

Athens — Shown are the finishers by age division, their age and their time.

• Men Under 15

Walt Mahmoud, 13           22:05.92 

Holden Ray, 12             22:55.71 

Matthew Colman, 12         24:14.57 

Seth Grimes, 13            24:47.84 

Luke Spitzer, 10           32:58.59 

Kyle Smith, 14             34:24.60 

Andrew Colman, 8           35:59.18 

Will Stetler, 9            36:03.39 

Garrett Johnson, 12        44:13.04 

Ben Van der Colff, 14      45:26.48 

Rowdy Godwin, 11           45:39.31 

Luke Van der Colff, 13     50:46.01 

Carter Roberts, 2          50:48.82 

• Men 15 - 19

Alec Meyers, 18            18:22.93 

Dillon Santelli, 15        20:57.17 

Ben Clapp, 19              21:04.07 

Anthony Mahmoud, 16        21:51.21 

Rance Rushing, 16          22:05.54 

K.O. Ray, 16              22:22.75 

July Latimer, 15           22:41.82 

Joseph Ruark, 16           23:19.68 

Casey Williams, 15         23:20.09 

Cole Johnson, 16           24:06.62 

Micah Bragdon, 16          25:19.50 

Tommy Pollard, 15          25:25.28 

Jason Cusack, 18           26:15.15 

Samuel Haynie, 19          26:50.84 

William Beck, 16           28:58.60 

Jackson Latimer, 18        29:28.68 

Ben Smith, 19              43:41.01 

Eli Tidmore, 19            46:43.56 

Clayton Carter, 17        51:06.64 

• Men 20 - 29

  Rayce Clapp, 20            19:46.39 

Blake Sills, 24            20:38.35 

Elias Hernandez, 25        20:58.59 

Cody Robson, 22            21:34.03 

Jonathon Duncan, 24        22:34.09 

Tyler Sapp, 20             23:07.82 

Daniel Marta, 24           23:16.42 

John McGuffy, 23           23:21.60 

Bryan Corn, 24             23:26.31 

Casey Carter, 29           23:26.76 

Ben Chaney, 21             23:41.71 

Will Chaney, 24            23:53.26 

Elvis Garcia, 27           23:58.95 

Chase Knighton, 23         24:46.60 

Riley Dean, 20             25:06.28 

Patton Griffith, 29        25:11.92 

Brent Barber, 24           25:19.87 

Daniel David, 29           25:20.48 

Carl Jackson, 26           25:44.15 

Adam Davis, 29             28:31.43 

Luke Bragdon, 28           29:12.18 

Peyton Williams, 22        30:05.85 

Jake Cole, 24              30:38.84 

Shane Fitzsimmons, 23      31:22.43 

Alison Arico, 22           33:13.76 

Brandon Hall, 25           34:13.39 

Jordan Mussett, 27         41:23.34 

David Gibbs, 29            42:20.04 

Carter Dean, 23            52:45.23 

• Men 30 - 39

Stephen McNiel, 37         21:48.26 

Jon Tilley, 32             23:39.01 

Matt Ray, 36               24:28.62 

Brandon Clemmons, 35       24:41.81 

David Harjo, 32            27:18.01 

Thomas Faulk, 34           28:30.20 

Jhovenna Ortega, 30        28:46.96 

John Tidmore, 30           28:55.28 

Justin Ross, 32            29:16.42 

Cameron Armstrong, 31      36:27.23 

Chris Curran, 31           47:48.81 

• Men 40 - 49

Dean McInnis, 47           23:01.28 

Richard Evans, 42          24:53.95 

Christian Reed, 46         25:29.89 

Bobby Burton, 49           25:49.34 

Thad Hardin, 45            25:51.98 

Jason Engel, 41            27:16.10 

Kendall Fraim, 42          27:51.46 

Stuart Spitzer, 45         33:41.85 

Brett Priestly, 44         34:58.15 

James Steddin, 49          35:36.35 

Duane Grant, 45            36:56.67 

Daniel Colman, 42          37:43.09 

Billy Yarbrough, 47        37:44.39 

Garrett Smith, 47          43:59.18 

Whitaker Johnson, 48       44:17.51 

Jack Whitten, 44           48:28.57 

Andy Fritz, 40             50:44.32 

David Deering, 43          51:31.53 

• Men 50 - 59

Randall Bowden, 53         21:01.46 

Joseph Palacios, 53        26:27.59 

Dan Chaney, 53             26:35.32 

Dennis Carr, 50            26:45.79 

Tony Bartlett, 50          27:05.25 

Ray Clapp, 52              27:21.09 

Richard David, 56          27:35.92 

Ken Pruitt, 52             28:16.31 

Kevin Ray, 53              28:17.65 

Andy Dean, 53              28:44.35 

Buster Hines, 57           30:20.75 

Joe Meyers, 57             31:21.28 

Blake Grimes, 54           34:04.20 

Kevin Railsback, 56        42:03.09 

Paul Bakke, 56             42:18.26 

Keith Lowe, 55             46:55.70 

  Wayne Fletcher, 51         48:16.68 

John Owens, 52             48:59.09 

Tim Maxfield, 55           50:08.98 

  J B. Sweeney, 50           51:37.64 

  Rick Davis, 55             51:38.65 

  Jeff Weinnstein, 51        51:39.26 

  Roger Carter , 51          53:06.28 

  Vollie Reeves, 59          57:56.23 

  John Danner, 56            74:24.00 

Men 60 & Up

  John Eaton, 62             27:53.62 

  Phil Tucker, 69            28:06.92 

  Walter Hellebrand, 73      28:07.37 

  Steve Winslow, 60          29:50.28 

  Terry Brown, 66            30:42.79 

  Robert Hernandez, 60       32:19.68 

  Jeff Little, 64            32:55.00 

  Alan Ahlgrimm, 71          34:31.93 

  John Jones, 61             44:37.37 

  Sam Whitten, 72            47:31.71 

  Doug Curran, 63            55:43.21 



 PLACE          FINISHER          TIME

Women Under 15

  Calli Camacho, 12          23:56.60 

  Allison Hardin, 14         24:27.46 

  Grace Camacho, 13          25:33.04 

  Zoe Carr, 12               25:38.18 

  Amanda Evans, 11           26:11.85 

  Hannah McCown, 14          27:22.03 

  Kara Smith, 11             27:56.64 

  Caroline Hearn, 11         30:10.64 

  Lily Mahmoud, 11           30:11.07 

  Marie Parker, 8            30:41.50 

  Olivia Nicklos, 13         32:24.06 

  Mary Margaret Deering, 13  32:25.06 

  Lilly Spitzer, 12          34:38.45 

  Hailey Hearn, 13           41:09.59 

  Amy Schoonover, 14         42:00.59 

  Alayna Evans, 8            42:05.85 

  Mattie Burns, 8            43:33.03 

  Karis Fisher, 8            43:33.42 

  Chloe Morlin, 7            43:39.54 

  Rachel Whitten, 6          44:14.18 

  Anya Stark, 12             44:45.03 

  Rylee Stetler, 7           45:37.67 

  Ryleigh Smalley, 9         45:41.95 

  Josie Godwin, 8            49:58.17 

  Eryn Airheart, 10          52:01.50 

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