HotFoot 5K brings out area runners

The 15th annual HotFoot 5K took place June 28 and brought out many.

Runners crossing the finish line at the HotFoot 5K at South Kitsap Regional Park June 25.

Runners crossing the finish line at the HotFoot 5K at South Kitsap Regional Park June 25.

The 2016 HotFoot 5K race, staged June 28 at South Kitsap Regional Park in Port Orchard, brought out runners, walkers and canines alike to take part in the annual event.

For the uninitiated, a 5K is just over three miles in length.

CJ Godfrey crossed the finish line first with a time of 18:06. Alyssa Foote was the top female finisher with a time of 20:54. And Scott Gammill was the top firefighter to finish with a time of 21:26.

Denise Foote set a new division course record for women between the ages of 50-59 with her time of 23:25. Patti Saltsgaver set the previous record in 2014 at 24:41.

The South Kitsap Fire Department set up firefighting obstacles at the finish lines for kids and adults to participate in. The Fathoms O’ Fun royalty court was also on hand cheering on everyone who crossed the finish line.

Below are the results for each division:

Male top finisher:

CJ Godfrey, 18:06

Female top finisher:

Alyssa Foote, 20:54

Male 14 & Under:

1. Blaise Bollig, 27:21

2. Neil Palmer, 30:11

3. Will Taylor, 37:14

Female 14 & Under:

1. Emily Foote, 27:23

2. Alyssa Hawkins, 32:09

3. Ava Bollig, 32:55

Male 15-18:

1. Dalton Varney, 25:21

2. Thomas Walters, 29:37

Female 15-18:

1. Alison Taylor, 33:43

2. Ashlyn Jamrog, 50:35

3. Dakota Matthews, 52:43

Male 19-29:

1. Philip Skale, 19:43

2. Nathan Jones, 25:33

3. Matthew Pearson, 26:05

Female 19-29:

1. Angela Hanners, 24:32

2. Amanda Thrasher, 25:57

3. Ley Carandang, 26:08

Male 30-39:

1. Casey Adamski, 21:23

2. Todd Petrovich, 21:44

3. Kris Kleinschmidt, 21:50

Female 30-39:

1. Kelly Golnik, 23:22

2. Kelsi Godfrey, 27:39

3. Zeta Moss, 29:05

Male 40-49:

1. Peter Critelli, 20:26

2. Scott Gammill, 21:26

3. Tim Weldin, 23:05

Female 40-49:

1. Rebecca Wood, 30:37

2. Jen Taylor, 31:45

3. Sarah Barton, 32:49

Male 50-59:

1. Christopher Mutchler, 20:31

2. Dan Spencer, 21:23

3. Don Sims, 22:06

Female 50-59:

1. Denise Foote, 23:25

2. Taire Bailey, 31:36

3. Debbie Thomasberg, 31:40

Male 60-69:

1. Erick Lindberg, 25:23

2. Roy Osterhous, 25:57

3. Doug Stutz, 26:10

Female 60-69:

1. Pat Bankes, 29:49

2. Peggy VanBuskirk, 30:10

3. Sharon Hankinson, 30:52

Male 70 & Over:

1. Dean Rogers, 33:45

Female 70 & Over:

1. Betty Dietrich, 49.42

A one-mile race was also hosted during the event. The top finishers were:

Males:

1. Adrian Tittle, 10:30

2. Allen Sharrett, 10:34

3. Jonathon Weldin, 13:00

Females:

1. Christine Grenier, 8:41

2. Angela McCown, 8:55

3. Rebecca McCown, 10:06.

 

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