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La Sportiva USATF NE mountain series

Temple, NH, June 4, 2007


by dd

Jay redlines on the final climb
Jay redlines on the final climb
Pack Monadnock 10 mile Wilton NH to the summit of Pack Monadnock in Temple NH 06-03-07

Paul Low and Kelli Lusk (Belchertown, MA) of the Central Mass striders took victories for the second consecutive year at the challenging Pack Monadnock race. Low ran conservatively, allowing a large pack to run with him through four miles. Teammate Jim Pawlicki stuck with Low through eight miles where Low accelerated to a 1:43 victory. Lusk ran the third fastest time ever, only 45 shy of her course record which she set in 2006.

In age group competition, the performance of the day went to Kathy Maddock with a new course record of 1:17:42. This knocked 57 seconds off of the old CR. Maddock was also the top finisher for the GCS triad which beat CUS by 1:14. Second and third place finishers Suzy West and Dorcas Wonsavage of CSU ran histories 5th and 9th fastest times respectively in the women’s 40+ category. Dave Dunham led the way in the men’s 40+ competition with his third place finish. This was Dunham’s 11th top five finish at Pack Monadnock. Teammate (CMS) Rob Smith took second in the 40+.

Brad Lebo finished 13th overall, running the 3rd fastest time ever in the 50+ age group. Lebo’s time was less than a minute behind Keith Woodward’s course record. Sinthy Kounlasa came up 8 seconds shy of the course record in the women’s 50+ running and excellent 1:33:19. Vinnie Rivard was the men’s 60+ champion in 1:27:26 and Jane Goodman (age 71) was the top 60+ women in 2:51:31.

The Mountain circuit heads back to Massachusetts this weekend with the Northfield Mountain trail race. Northfield will serve as the USATF trail running championships. Over 100 USATF members ran at Pack Monadnock and now 23 women and 58 men have completed the first two races in the six race series. Top ten point leaders below….

Total Cat Name Team Wachusett Pack 5/26/2007 6/3/2007 1 200.00 M20-39 Paul Low CMS 100.00 100.00 2 189.49 M20-39 Jim Pawlicki CMS 92.07 97.42 3 187.14 M40-49 Dave Dunham CMS 90.88 96.26 4 183.58 M20-39 Tim Mahoney GSH 90.29 93.29 5 180.65 M20-39 Jeremy Huckins CMS 88.18 92.47 6 179.61 M20-39 Todd Callaghan TRIAD 87.23 92.38 7 178.54 M40-49 Rob Smith CMS 86.55 91.99 8 177.91 M20-39 Mark Wimmer TRIAD 87.08 90.83 9 171.75 M40-49 Gregg Cornell CMS 83.64 88.11 10 166.86 M40-49 Todd Brown NMC 81.09 85.77

Total Cat Name Team Wachusett Pack 5/26/2007 6/3/2007 1 198.52 F20-39 Kelli Lusk CMS 98.52 100.00 2 187.31 F40-49 Suzy West CSU 93.85 93.46 3 185.15 F40-49 Dorcas Wonsavage CSU 93.15 92.00 4 184.45 F20-39 Abby Woods GSH 91.86 92.59 5 172.89 F20-39 Sarah St Martin TRIAD 87.01 85.88 6 172.75 F20-39 Amber Cullen TRIAD 85.69 87.06 7 168.09 F40-49 Heidi Havron GCS 83.46 84.63 8 165.46 F40-49 Nixie Raymond CSU 83.35 82.11 9 161.68 F40-49 Dawn Heinrich MM 80.68 81.00 10 161.54 F20-39 Kathy Hurst 80.82 80.72

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