Fathoms O’ Fun’s Seagull Splat 5K Run attracted runners, such as Grace Reagor pictured here, who got their fair share of gull splats dished out by the Fathoms’ Royalty Court members.

Fathoms O’ Fun’s Seagull Splat 5K Run attracted runners, such as Grace Reagor pictured here, who got their fair share of gull splats dished out by the Fathoms’ Royalty Court members.

Seagull Splat 5K Race: Morris, Sciocchetti are top finishers

The race took runners along Bay Street in Port Orchard on May 26.

PORT ORCHARD — Connor Morris and Ashley Sciocchetti were the overall male and female top finishers in the running of the 2018 Seagull Splat Division 5K race over the Memorial Day weekend in Port Orchard.

Morris took the top overall spot with a time of 17:39 in the race on Saturday, May 26. The competition took runners along Bay Street in Port Orchard toward a finish during the Fathoms O’ Fun summer festival event.

Sciocchetti crossed the line at 22:53 to finish first among female runners.

Nic Porter completed the 5K race closely behind Morris with a time of 17:45. He was the top placer in the male 19-29 category. Todd Petrovich, the top finisher in the male 40-49 category, registered a time of 18:03.

In the male 14 and under category, Butler Oakley completed the race at 20:28 to finish first in his grouping. Joseph Reardon ended his race in the male 30-39 category as the top finisher with a time of 19:54.

Shannon Neeley was a little less than one half-minute off the pace of Sciocchetti’s top time in the overall female category. Neeley completed her run in the 19-29 female category with a time of 23:25. Courtney Roberts took the 30-39 female category in a time of 26:07. And Paula McAvoy was the first finisher (28:22) among the 60-69 female group.

Here is the list of finishers in the Seagull Splat Division 5K race:

Overall

Male: Connor Morris 17:39

Female: Ashley Sciocchetti 22:53.

14 and under

Male: Butler Oakley 20:28; Chance Stephenson 39:22; Grant Rittenbach 42:28.

Female: Anne Rittenbach 40:40; Grace Reagor 51:09; Sarah Day 58:25.

15-18

Male: Senen Torres 27:36; Bryson Mannahan 30:08.

Female: Ali Lukkasson 42:19; Avery Reagor 51:10.

19-29

Male: Nic Porter 17:45; Matthew Pearson 21:26; Zach Hammond 32:04.

Female: Shannon Neeley 23:25; Carlene Harmond 34:18; Rachel Walter 34:36.

30-39

Male: Joseph Reardon 19:54; Chuck Malinski 20:28; Matthew Burke 25:53.

Female: Courtney Roberts 26:07; Brynn Burke 27:47; Cassandra Elowski 29:18.

40-49

Male: Todd Petrovich 18:03; Michael Faulk 27:51; Steve Stephenson 39:23.

Female: Erica Delma 44:36; Jennifer Connely Delay 46:31; Kelly Reagor 51:11.

50-59

Male: Larry Chandler 21:28; John Cassinerio 24:09; Joseph McInerney 26:08.

Female: Sandra Cassinerio 30:57; Kelly Bettina 32:19; Donna Ransier 32:37.

60-69

Male: Roy Osterhaus 23:26; Carl Jensen 34:21.

Female: Paula McAvoy 28:22; Chris Jackson 31:36; Marlene Keltner 42:33.

70 and over

Male: Donald Jackson 53:34.

Female: No entries.

Ashley Sciocchetti was the top female finisher in the Seagull Splat 5K Run May 26 in Port Orchard. Her finishing time was 22:53.

Ashley Sciocchetti was the top female finisher in the Seagull Splat 5K Run May 26 in Port Orchard. Her finishing time was 22:53.

Connor Morris was the overall winner of the 2018 Seagull Splat 5K Run May 26 with a time of 17:39.

Connor Morris was the overall winner of the 2018 Seagull Splat 5K Run May 26 with a time of 17:39.

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