Kristen Amrine (center with basket) was the top female finisher in the 2019 Seagull Splat 5K Run May 25 in Port Orchard. Surrounding her are members of the Fathoms O’ Fun Royalty Court (left to right): Cory Miller, Veronica Mihai, Neveah Wingate, Rosellen Berberich, Savannah Horsley and Zoe Hauenstein. (Submitted photo)

Kristen Amrine (center with basket) was the top female finisher in the 2019 Seagull Splat 5K Run May 25 in Port Orchard. Surrounding her are members of the Fathoms O’ Fun Royalty Court (left to right): Cory Miller, Veronica Mihai, Neveah Wingate, Rosellen Berberich, Savannah Horsley and Zoe Hauenstein. (Submitted photo)

Viviano, Amrine are Seagull Splat 5K Run’s overall champs

PORT ORCHARD — Joe Viviano and Kristen Amrine were the top male and female finishers in the 2019 Seagull Splat 5K Run in downtown Port Orchard on May 25.

Viviano, who ran in the 19-29 male division with a time of 18:57, was the overall run winner in the sixth-annual event. Amrine ran in a time of 24:04 in the 30-39 female division.

The team of Miles for LBs took first place in a total time of 141 minutes, 30 seconds. The What the Hill team took second in 168:18.

Here are the top three finishers in each age division:

14 & Under

Male:

1 – Theron Quiett 21:46

2 – Jack Cook 25:33

3 – Kyler Johnson 25:44

Female:

1 – Annabelle Johnson 30:19

2 – Keelin Malinski 31:30

3 – Olivia Fisher 32:12

15-18

Female:

1 – Jenna Cesar 34:15

2 – Gina Cartwright 39:27

19-29

Male:

1 – Matthew Pearson 24:13

2 – Cody Crane 24:32

3 – Nathan West 28:59

Female:

1 – Kaleena Pablo 31:41

2 – Sarah Dunbar 34:09

3 – Maria Oman 40:04

30-39

Male:

1 – Cory Johnson 19:41

2 – Thomas Taggart 23:42

3 – Patrick Amrine 25:16

Female:

1 – Jessica Warfield 29:00

2 – Jessica Connelly 30:39

3 – Chelsea Rasmussen 31:43

40-49

Male:

1 – Daryn Bartlett 29:38

2 – Matthew Bone 36:21

3 – Max Dyea 41:44

Female:

1 – Kristie White 33:37

2 – Jennifer Connelly 38:33

3 – Shari Evans 39:51

50-59

Male:

1 – Joseph Klein 35:43

2 – Jerry Novy 34:18

Female:

1 – Elisabeth Bartlett 29:37

2 – Tori Edwards 31:32

3 – Tracy Houston 32:12

60-69

Male:

1 – Roy Osterhaus 27:20

2 – David Currier 34:23

3 – Mark Hammond 42:31

Female:

1 – Jill Walters 31:00

2 – Paula McAvoy 34:01

3 – Rita Everstine 43:54

70 & Over

Female:

1 – Bette Kokenes 42:31

Joe Viviano (center with basket), was the top male finisher in the 2019 Seagull Splat 5K Run May 25 in Port Orchard. Surrounding Viviano are members of the Fathoms O’ Fun Royalty Court. (Submitted photo)

Joe Viviano (center with basket), was the top male finisher in the 2019 Seagull Splat 5K Run May 25 in Port Orchard. Surrounding Viviano are members of the Fathoms O’ Fun Royalty Court. (Submitted photo)

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