Twin Tunnels Run draws 100+ for Mother’s Day fun

Good clean fun at the annual Mosier Community School fundraiser walk/run Sunday on the Historic Columbia River Highway.

Photo by Adam Lapierre.
Good clean fun at the annual Mosier Community School fundraiser walk/run Sunday on the Historic Columbia River Highway.

The 2013 Mosier Twin Tunnels run/walk drew 113 participants Sunday morning for 3k, 5k and 12k events for a friendly morning of competition to raise money for Mosier Community School.

Easton Atchley (13) and Emma Atchley (11) won the 3k male and female events, Elkin Parker (14) won the 5k male event, Kayla Collins won the 5K female, Charlie Remington (29) won the 12k male and Shanon Sexton won the 12k female event.

For upcoming runs in the Columbia Gorge area, visit www.columbiagorgerunningclub.com. Next on the group’s calendar is Saturday’s 8th annual Carson to Steven Ridge Run, followed by the June 15 White Salmon Backyard half marathon.

3K male top ten:

Easton Atchley, 17:42

Michael Lenke, 17:43

Kai Rayle, 18:56

Andy Root , 20:25

Jackson D, 20:28

Julio Murphy Mendez, 33:26

Ollie Stevenson, 34:03

Sammy Stevenson, 34:31

Tim Rayle, 40:48

3K female top ten:

Emma Atchley, 17:51

Dezi Gouldy, 19:41

Kaitlynn Spino, 24:45

Jill Reitz, 27:12

Chris Reitz , 27:13

Stella Lee, 27:48

Nanacy Foley , 27:49

Fiona Dunlap, 29:06

Joyce Tarby, 33:45

Karen Murphy, 38:31

5K male top ten:

Elkin Parker, 20:05

Owen Ramsey, 21:31

Kohl Garret, 26:17

Chase Colwell, 26:25

Scott Bryant, 26:26

Quincy Atchley, 26:40

Ryan Salmon, 29:43

Joe Reitz, 32:23

Zach Sabina, 32:23

Miles Lee, 32:31

5K female top ten:

Kayla Collins, 21:33

Sarah Hall, 29:46

Holly Ryan , 29:47

Marketa Hart, 30:55

Stephanie Hargrave, 31:18

Tina Springsted, 31:47

Grace Garrett, 32:44

Kim Lapierre, 33:57

Luci Stevenson, 34:48

Lisa Stevenson, 34:49

12K male top ten:

Charlie Remington, 45:34

Jim Dunlap III, 51:30

Javier Meza, 54:07

Raul Gonzalez, 55:47

Dan Menard, 55:54

Brad Anderson, 58:38

Bob Fuquay, 59:30

Salvadore Medezma, 61:07

Joe Runner, 61:17

Serafin Torres, 66:17

12K female top ten:

Shannon Sexton, 56:43

Maya Rayle, 58:34

Kim Brislawn, 58:54

Marge Gayle, 61:15

Jessica Crone, 61:16

R. Thistlethwaight, 63:51

Carrie Reeves, 64:00

Cari Ebbert, 64:39

Amanda Hoey, 67:07

Erin Dray, 67:29

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