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> Printer-friendly page Great Day at the Marlborough Main Street Mile

Great Day at the Marlborough Main Street Mile


On a cool, drizzly morning on Octrober 1st, 48 runners participated in the 3rd Annual Marlborough Main Street Mile. Even in the rain, runners were pleasantly greeted prior to the run by the Marlborough High Schoolís A Cappella Groupís rendition of our National Anthem.


Rich Marion (course record holder from 2004) from Templeton led from the beginning and missed his record by just three seconds running an amazing time of 4.24. Adam Parslow from Clinton and Bill LaFreniere (originally a Marlboro High and Northeastern football standout) rounded out our top three male finishers.


Rebecca Connelly from Wilmington broke the female course record in an astonishing time of 5.10. Claire Szczerbinski (previous record holder of 5.35) from Hudson and Caitlin Piper (standout Westborough High athlete) from Westborough rounded out the top three female finishers.


Mike Bryant and Lynn Hanko were the first male and female finishers from Marlborough.


The parent & child team of James and Cameran Piper from Westborough won the Family Award.


The race is the kick-off event of the Horatio Algerís Fair and is graciously sponsored by the Marlborough Recreation Department, Marlborough Police Department, The Prospector East Saloon, Personal Physical Therapy, The Highland City Striders and The Horatio Algers Fair. The race is always held the first Sunday in October.

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