STARR runners shine brightly

The 13th Annual Bear Mountain 10K and Half Marathon was held 16 Nov. at the Bear Mountain golf course

The 13th Annual Bear Mountain 10K and Half Marathon was held 16 Nov. at the Bear Mountain golf course. Of the 447 runner, STARR had two runners covering the 10K distance and taking top honours in their individual age categories. Mark Ziegler in the 60-69 division finished first in a field of seven and 33rd overall in a course record time of 47:37. Less than a minute behind with a 38th place finish was Tory Van Elk. Tory also finished in an excellent time of 48:32 and was also 1st in a field of 50 in her 40-49 age division. Congratulations who sure STARRed today.

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Vince Trahan

 

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