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POW Marathon results

Here are some results from last weekend’s Prince of Wales Island Marathon:

For the eight-person relay, third place went to BasketBall Babes of Craig, second went to Annie Betty’s of Klawock, and first went to the Craig High School Panthers.

In the four-person relay division, Hot to Trot took third place, Two Hot Dogs and a Pair of Buns took second, and first place went to the Thorne Bay Wolverines.

In the relay category for youth air station teams, the 15-member Wolf Pack took third, the 15-member Panther Power came in second, and the 17-member Klawock Youth placed first.

For the men’s half-marathon run and walk, Jamin Knowlton of New York took third, Sylvan Blankenship of Ketchikan second, and Alex Daniels of Ketchikan first.

In the women’s half-marathon run and walk, Sarah Brandy of Craig was third, Trina Nation of Klawock second and Tansy Christ of Ketchikan first.

For the men’s full marathon walker, Timothy Marshall of Craig took second with a time of 4:47:11and Patrick Marshall of Craig took first (4:19:25).

In the women’s full marathon walker division, there was a three-way tie for third place, won by Jill Larna and Chaz Staunton of Ketchikan, and Jennifer Robinson of California, who crossed the finish line together with a time of seven hours, 20 minutes and 17 seconds. In second place was Madison Stumpf of Craig (5:19:21), and in first was Nanette Stumpf of Craig (5:13:11).

The men’s full-marathon runner race has Bill Elberson of Ketchikan in third place with a time of 3:50:14, Andrew Tighe of Ketchikan in second (3:37:28)  and Jonathan Kreiss-Tompkins of Sitka in first place (3:01:40).

In the women’s full-marathon division, Jessie Goodrich of Klawock took third place with a time of 3:45:39, Marketa Ith of Petersburg won second (3:45:04), and Anchorage runner Debbie Cropper came in first (3:33:49).

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