Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Chris Fischer of Pawleys Island was the top male finisher in the 10K race at 22nd Pawleys Island Turtle Strut on Saturday.
He finished second to Emily Schneider of Columbia.
Emily Schneider of Columbia (41:34); Chris Fischer of Pawleys Island (46:50); Joe Kobylarz of Pawleys Island (47:07); William Scott of Greenville (51:20); Bill Daley of Pawleys Island (52:53); Matthew Weil of Myrtle Beach (58:07); Todd Malo of Greenville (59:42); Elizabeth Bradford of Pawleys Island (59:470; Jenna Skvarka of Murrells Inlet (1:00:07); Cheryl Edwards of Myrtle Beach (1:01:19); Rita Smith of Pawleys Island (1:04:25); Leslie Scott of Greenville (1:06:41); Will Easley of Greenville (1:06:42); Suzanne Malo of Greenville (1:07:08); Sonny Joyner of Murrells Inlet (1:13:18); Jay Dalton of Myrtle Beach (1:13:57).
Garrett Jearey of Myrtle Beach (19:49); Benjamin Jenerette of North Myrtle Beach (20:53); Micheal Jones of Surfside Beach (23:34); Drake Jenerette of North Myrtle Beach (25:16); Wilson Jenerette of North Myrtle Beach (25:26); Julie Ferguson of Myrtle Beach (26:30); Anthony Bottaro of Myrtle Beach (27:14); Michael Reidy of Fergus, Ontario, (28:42); Lauren Carter of Georgetown (29:05); Jin Li Doug of Myrtle Beach (29:20); Chandler Martin of Pawleys Island (30:04); John Johnson of Murrells Inlet (30:18); Rachael Neill of Pawleys Island (30:53); Mark Neill of Pawleys Island (30:54); Janet Weiss of Pawleys Island (30:56); George Hagan of Murrells Inlet (31:33); Harriett Lemke of Hartsville (32:15); Rhonda Hardee of Conway (32:16); Jack Herbert of Andrews (32:36); Darlene Ledford of Andrews (32:36); Katie Corley of Conway (33:48); Lucy McLaughlin of Bellingham, Mass. (34:44); Delores Horn of Pawleys Island (35:04); Sarah Osborne of Boone, N.C. (35:12); Chris Cartel of Georgetown (36:09); Christy Stucky of Pawleys Island (37:54); Judy Cluett of Wilmington, N.C. (40:09); Reg Horn of Pawleys Island (48:26).
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