SPORTS

Komen Race for the Cure results announced

Mindy Carls
With more than 250 walkers and runners, Orion won the community award for having the largest number of entrants in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Saturday, June 11, in Moline.

Organizers have announced the results of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Saturday, June 11, in Moline.

5K

Finishers—794 (women, 500; men, 293; not indicated, one). Average time—33.58.

• Andover—Amanda Paxton, 32:05, 447th overall, 32nd among 44 in women’s 20-24 age group.

• Coal Valley—Sarah Raber, 26:00, 206th overall, 9th among 69 in women’s 35-39 age group;

Brianne Jenkins, 27:05, 260th overall, 18th among 44 in women’s 20-24 age group;

Jennifer Nicke, 27:08, 263rd overall, 15th among 69 in women’s 35-39 age group;

Dennis Vanduyne, 27:58, 306th overall, 17th among 26 in men’s 40-44 age group;

Kerry Doucette, 28:08, 311th overall, 19th among 69 in women’s 35-39 age group;

Brenda Axtell, 35:51, 568th overall, 34th among 47 in women’s 45-49 age group;

Rhiannon Ill, 37:39; 601st overall, 51st among 63 in women’s 30-34 age group;

Heather Harris, 37:37, 602nd overall, 52nd among 63 in women’s 30-34 age group;

Rita Amundsen (survivor), 43:55, 648th overall, 5th among 12 in women’s 65-69 age grup;

• Lynn Center—Kimberly Lindquist (survivor), 367th overall, 23rd among 69 in women’s 35-39 age group.

• Orion—Laura Bowers, 244th overall, 26:57, 11th among 63 in women’s 30-34 age group;

Judie Gulley, 334th overall, 28:59; 2nd among 12 in women’s 65-69 age group.

1.2 mile fun run

• Orion—William Stockton, 8:04, 1st overall.