Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Two local teams win classes at Sawtooth Relay

62 miles from Stanley to Ketchum

    Two Wood River Valley teams won their respective divisions Saturday, June 8, at the end of the 62-mile Sawtooth Relay race from Stanley to Ketchum.
    Winning first place in the Master Women’s category was Team Spice Queens and first place in the Corporation category was Team Mo’Lasses.
    The Spice Queens, who finished in a time of 10 hours and 1 minute, consisted of captain Heidi Smith of Kamuela, Hawaii (formerly of Ketchum), Kelly Martin and Lucy Bourret, both of Ketchum, Teresa McGoffin of Hailey, Anne Jeffery of Bellevue and Elizabeth Caldwell of Murray, Utah.
    Team Mo’Lasses, representing the Sawtooth National Forest, posted a finishing time of 8 hours and 25 minutes. It consisted of captain Carol Brown, Dave Fluetsch and Matt Phillips of Hailey, Amy Ando and Josh Switzer of Ketchum, and Susan James of Stanley.
    There were over 300 teams participating in the 22nd annual Sawtooth Relay.  It is a fundraiser for the Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation and the Idaho Donor Network.
    More results will be published when they are made available by race organizers.

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