Health

April 11, 2013

Run benefits Gordon Hospital building projects

CALHOUN — The Gordon Hospital Foundation’s Run for Your Life 5k event raised more than $10,000 for future building projects of the hospital.

According to Judy Jackson, director of development services for the hospital, a total of 329 runners and walkers participated in the event.    

“I want to express my sincere appreciation to everyone that helped make our Third Annual 5k run such a success,” Jackson says. “This event benefits expansions of our hospital and other building projects.”

The Event Sponsor was Georgia Emergency Care (Gordon Hospital Emergency Center physicians). Other sponsors included Northwest Georgia Surgical Associates, Georgia-Cumberland Conference of Seventh-day Adventist, Helen Jones, Medi-Copy, Resource Corporation of America, Pepsi, and Gordon County Schools. The event organizers wish to thank the Calhoun City Police Department, the City of Calhoun Public Works Department, and the Gordon EMS Bike Team.

The overall winner of the 5K was Joe Anthony Young, 26, with a time of 18:30. Micah Scott, 16, was the top female finisher of the race with a time of 22:10. Other top finishers in each age group included:

Female 10 and under:  Debany Rosillo, 7, 35:11; Celeste Romero, 6, 36:42; Carrie Anderson, 9, 36:44; Abigail Kanomata, 9, 37:11;  Stephanie Davis, 10, 41:31; Raiden Scott,     8, 41:31; Caroline Jones, 6, 44:13; Maggie Jones, 7, 44:17; Maslin Miller, 9, 50:26; Esme Miller, 9, 50:27.

Female 11 to 14: Laken Scott, 12, 22:21; Emily Driscoll, 13, 22:32; Mei Chin, 12, 24:25; Catherine Farist, 14, 26:14; Heida Taylor, 14, 27:01; Demi Kiker, 14, 29:19; Joann Graves, 14, 34:13; Claire Brewer, 14, 34:32; Hannah Taylor, 11, 37:12; Kayla Watson, 13, 46:53.

Female 15 to 19: Aspen Scott, 15, 22:56; Melissa Nishino, 18, 26:39; Madison Johnston, 17, 29:40; Macey Parrott, 16, 31:07; Daisy Munoz, 16, 33:50; Genesis Reyes, 15, 33:50; Erin Box, 17, 34:21; Kenlie Abernathy, 16, 34:21; Michaela Davis, 15, 34:32; Virginia Jones, 16, 34:42.

Female 20 to 24: Cecilia Becerra, 20, 28:11; Mili Galvon, 20, 30:07; Ashley Kanomata, 20, 31:16; Charlotte Early, 23, 35:21; Tara Floyd, 24, 37:52; Diana Velazquez, 23, 41:53; Andrea Lewis, 24, 57:55.

Female 25 to 29: Britni Brannon, 26, 23:08; Laura Long, 27, 24:29; Caroline Stephens, 26, 24:45; Andrew Hite, 29, 26:51; Tasha Bunch, 27, 32:06; Niki Smith, 29, 33:54; Jennifer Smith, 27, 37:11; Autumn Ray, 29, 37:19; Sandie Bohannon, 27, 37:52; Katie Quarles, 29, 50:22.

Female 30 to 34: Michelle Faulkner, 32, 24:19; Amanda Reeves, 34, 28:31; Laura Short, 33, 29:39; Lauren Mackie, 34, 30:29; Crissy Davis, 33, 31:50; Kathryn Worley, 34, 32:08; Amy Jones, 32, 32:57; Michelle Poteet, 30, 33:43; Candis Adams, 33, 33:48; Veronica Olmedo, 33, 35:11.

Female 35 to 39: Heather White, 36, 26:43; Jeni Hasselbrack, 35, 27:13; Kim Hunt, 38, 28:08; Renee Theus, 38, 30:23; Susan Kankaala, 36, 31:05; Joely Hudson, 38, 34:03; Emily Tarpley, 39, 36:40; Meleia Kosnute, 38, 37:10; Ginger Anderson, 37, 37:13; Jeana Handley, 39, 37:38.

Female 40 to 44: Shannon Scott, 42, 28:31; E.K. West, 41, 28:38; Jennifer Dudley, 42, 28:43; Lynne Barton, 43, 28:51; Tammy Fisher, 44, 31:41; Holly Watts, 42, 32:22; Vikki Kiker, 44, 33:51; Carmen Alvarez, 40, 35:05; Cathy Keeter, 40, 37:28; Hilda Anderson, 43, 37:39.

Female 45 to 49: Ginny Cloer, 45, 27:17; Angela Deaton, 46, 29:13; Shelley Kanomata, 48, 30:44; Sara Hare, 47, 32:49; Jennifer Anderson, 45, 34:17; J. Psenicka, 45, 34:36; Sharon Brown, 48, 37:39; Debbie Greeson, 47, 37:57; Suzanne Driscoll, 47, 40:03; Justina Carrick, 49, 41:18;

Female 50 to 54: Millicent Flake, 54, 28:50; Janice Wycherley, 54, 31:11; Cheryl Brannon, 51, 34:04; Laurie Naus, 51, 35:35; Fulvia Castillo, 50, 35:41; Judy Fehlenberg, 54, 38:10; Pamela Glenn, 51, 40:01; Debra Mason, 51, 46:04; Diane Lyles, 51, 51:43; Luwanna Sieh, 54, 53:38.

Female 55 to 59: Jacquelyn Jones, 57, 29:13; Susan Parlo, 55, 35:01; Marie Grisham, 57, 39:28; Cindy Riley, 56, 41:21; Katie Cochran, 55, 43:07; Darlene Shook, 57, 52:44; Nancy Clardy, 58, 53:20; Lydia Guerrero, 57, 53:50; Rhonda Worley, 56, 54:09; Sue Reeves, 58, 54:12.

Female 60 to 64: Clee Williams, 61, 33:46; Brenda Morrison, 64, 36:42; Carol Payne, 61, 38:56; Cheryl Smith, 60, 50:42; Cathy Owens, 61, 51:43; Judy Davenport, 63, 52:01; Jeannie Stover, 63, 54:04, Bonnie Bolt, 63, 54:32.

Female 65 to 69: Virginia Todd, 66, 42:01.

Female 70 and up: Paula Elkins, 70, 45:18.

Male 10 and under: Caleb Alvarez, 9, 29:35; Anson Taylor, 8, 30:21; Brett Garland, 10, 33:06; Caitlyn Glaze, 10, 33:06; Connor Mniszewski, 10, 34:08; Conner Handley, 10, 34:12; Luke Driscoll, 6, 40:59; Eli Holbert, 10, 42:40; Tucker Jones, 4, 47:26.

Male 11 to 14: Zain Scott, 13, 21:12; Harrison Jones, 14, 27:21; Woody Hass, 12, 27:54; Tripp Morrison, 12, 28:15; Bryce Bussert, 12, 28:21; Gavyn Peace, 12, 35:53; Owen Ruddell, 11, 36:30; Jordan Allred, 12, 38:06; Ethan Brown, 13, 48:25; Gavin Handley, 12, 48:25.

Male 15 to 19: George Seddon, 17, 19:14; J. Kincaid Wurl, 17, 20:49; Alex Brady, 18, 20:51;  J. D. Box, 16, 21:51; Matthew Kanomata, 17, 21:53; Richard Castillo, 18, 22:08; James Chin, 15, 25:37; Caleb Kanomata, 15, 26:56; J. Patrick Box, 15, 27:16; Dominic Eccles, 16, 27:30.

Male 20 to 24: Kevin Benefield, 21, 20:46; Andres Cedeno, 21, 26:20; Nery Castillo, 24, 35:41; Gustavo Olmedo, 24, 36:42.

Male 25 to 29: Jared Wilson, 29, 24:15; Adrian Bunch, 27, 27:39; Matthew Smith, 29, 37:11; Drew Walraven, 29, 43:50; Robert Mathis, 29, 52:33.

Male 30 to 34: Russell Redd, 33, 23:49; Brandon Jones, 33, 23:54; Kenneth Price, 34, 25:37; Wilmer Hite, 33, 25:44; Paul Worley, 34, 28:59; Tony Turner, 32, 34:34; Jeff Burke, 32, 35:33; Wesley Alexander, 32, 37:41; Jason Sawyers, 34, 41:41; Mike Skinner, 33, 43:12.

Male 35 to 39: Scott Evans, 35, 24:02; Cory Reeves, 35, 26:45; Jonathan Taylor, 36, 30:24; Mark Meyer, 36, 30:49; Mark Rogers, 38, 31:20; Elmore Patterson, 37, 34:12; Matt Brown, 36, 46:52; Vernon Chin, 39, 49:19; Carlos Rosas, 37, 52:41.

Male 40 to 44: Derin Scott, 43, 23:22; Tim Watts, 40, 23:23; Anthony Reeves, 43, 29:26; Durward Hass, 43, 31:46; Pablo Balboa, 42, 33:06; Dwight Brown, 42, 33:34; Greg Hudson, 40, 34:03; Matt Barton, 40, 34:44; John Laximer, 43, 36:35; Brian Ruddell, 43, 36:42.

Male 45 to 49: Robert Davis, 48, 19:11; William Ratliff, 46, 21:45; David Brannon, 49, 22:06; John Driscoll, 47, 25:24; Tom Kanomata, 48, 25:51; Konrad Hull, 47, 28:13; Chris Tarpley, 45, 29:48; Brad Carrick, 49, 30:48; Todd Hunt, 46, 30:49; Max Parrott, 45, 31:07.

Male 50 to 54: Don Taylor, 52, 23:11; George Myers, 53, 23:40; Tony Swink, 50, 24:06; Howard Jones, 52, 27:22; Scott Shook, 54, 28:03; Wade Floyd, 52, 28:09; Kent Greeson, 50, 34:45; Will Theus, 50, 38:02; David Cochran, 53, 40:31; Stuart Mason, 53, 41:23.

Male 55 to 59: Mark Kresl, 58, 26:46; Mike Bowers, 57, 26:51; Chuck Woodhead, 56, 29:14.

Male 60 to 64: Robert Holland, 60, 31:43; Gary Edgmon, 60, 33:55; David Smith, 62, 50:42; Dennis Alexander, 63, 52:32.

Male 65 to 69: George Southgate, 66, 27:28; Don Hood, 65, 28:39; Douglas Todd, 68, 37:15; Mitch Hazekamp, 66, 37:52; Lynn Elkins, 67, 45:22; David Wycherley, 69, 46:32.

 

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