Wednesday, May 9, 2012

A Saturday climb of Carbonate

Advocates community event


Alexa Turzian and David Vanderpool pose together at Hailey’s Hop Porter Park April 26 after winning the women’s and men’s titles of the fourth annual Carbonate Hill Climb. Photo by Willy Cook

Thirty-seven people participated in the fourth annual Carbonate Hill Climb in Hailey on Saturday, April 26. The Advocates organized the event, with the sponsorship of Albertsons and Modern Woodmen, to support April's Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

It was a family friendly, fun community event with several hikers and dogs participating, and one babe in arms.

David Vanderpool won the men's division of the 2.5-mile round-trip event that started and finished at Hop Porter Park in 30 minutes and 35 seconds. Other men in the top three were Jose Munoz 32:38 and Jon Golden 33:04. The top woman, Alexa Turzian, finished second overall in 31:33.

Other women in the top three were Kristen Monahan 33:12 and Nicole DeYong 34:08.

The top three 12-and-under boys were Emmett Say 37:44 (2:26 improvement over last year), Landon Nurge 38:21 and Xavier Haemmerle 54:31. Ellie Gorham won 13-and-under girls in 1.10:42.

Top finishers received custom award plates with The Advovates' logo.

Here are results categorized by racers and hikers:

Racers: 1—David Vanderpool 30:35. 2—Alexa Turzian 31:33. 3—Jose Munoz 32:38. 4—Jon Golden 33:04. 5—Kristen Monahan 33:12. 6—Jorge Munoz 33:46. 7—Nicole DeYong 34:08. 8—Emmett Say 37:44. 9—Landon Nurge 38:21. 10—Geoff Wells 38:53. 11—Jay Dawg 41:22. 12—Joe Flora 43:03. 13—Stephanie Miller 47:31. 14—Chris Clay 47:46. 15—Rachel Pace 48:28. 16—Katherine Schroder 51:09. 17—Linsey Nicholson 51:10. 18—Maggie Acker 51:13 and Kat Bridwell 51:13. 20—Chrissy Petty 51:14. 21—Eeva Pregitzer 51:15. 22—Xavier Haemmerle 54:31.

Hikers: 1—Gloria Gunter 58:21. 2—Robin Potts 1.04:29. 3—Bridget Cimino 1.04:34. 4—Rick Hilles 1.04:59 with baby Jonah Hilles. 5—Patti Dorr 1.09:18. 6—Jake Gorham 1.10:36. 7—Ellie Gorham 1.10:42. 8—John Gorham 1.10:43. 9—Beth Hilles 1.12:36 and Kathy Oglivie 1.12:36. 11—Lindsay Wirfs 1.36:00. 12—Cindy Sparks 1:46.00 and Jack Sparks 1.46:00.




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