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May 30, 2010

3.5 Rangeley Run

Filed under: Rangeley — David Colby Young @ 9:43 pm

2010 Results of The Rangeley Run See Event Web site

4th Annual Dick Deery Run/Walk for MSA, Lakeside Park

The Sawyer Report 2009

Monday Afternoon, May 25th, Memorial DayDear Readers of Maine Running Photos,I took lots of photos of the area and the event yesterday, the 3.5 mile run at Rangeley to benefit Parkinson’s Disease Research. The Dick Deery Family in Rangeley as well as the Michael J Fox Foundation were co-sponsors and this is their 3rd annual Dick Derry Run/Walk. Dick Deery struggled with the illness and died, the Deery family searched for something they could do for their Dad and they found the MIchael J.Fox Foundation for Parkison’s Research. The Deery family joined Team Fox and got advise on how to proceed. Team Fox regularly sent to the Deery family updates on progress in finding a cure for Parkinson’s Disease and also the foundation shared with the Deery family what other Team Fox members throughout the U.S. have been doing to raise money and to make a difference in the lives of those with Parkinson’s Disease.The race was challenging and ran down Main Street, then turned on Depot where we ran a good two miles on a stone/pebbled road. This slowed us up considerably. There were mile markers at every mile and at the 2 mile mark, that is, at the end of the pebble road, we found a water stop. Then we turned left on Route 16 and ran another good mile on the highway or sidewalk. There were several hills on Route 16 and there was one grind of a hill on Main Street after the start of the race. At the 3mile mark, where we turned left off of Route 16, we descended down a hill back on to the Main Street area. That certainly helped some runners make up some time before they approached the finish line in the park across from the Chamber of Commerce.There were some good times documented and Steve Russell can probably get you the results, Dave. Charlie got first in his age and I placed second or third. ( A woman in my age category ran about a minute ahead of me. I finished in 35.41 and Charlie finished in 27 minutes and something.

The venue was absolutely breathtaking.

The course was challenging.

There were great silent auction items. Charlie bid on a $400.00 2 night get-away at a cottage on Rangeley and was the highest bidder paying $150.00. We will be staying there in September during foliage season!

There were no snacks or foods after the race…only bottled water.

Runners were encouraged to hit the restaurant /pub next door and partake of lunch and beverages and beer!

There were many walkers and many runners who participated.

There were prizes in every age category and they only went one deep.

There was a Memorial Day Parade and ceremony in downtown Rangeley at noon and the race began at 2:30.

Registration took place indoors at the Chamber of Commerce building. T-shirts were given to registrants and the fee was $15.00 for registration.

Hope this information all will enjoy the photos.
Paula Sawyer

David Tucker

2009 Results

1 Tucker David 0:23:02
2 Day Steve 0:24:03
3 Ransom Colton 0:24:17
4 Russell Steven 0:24:23
5 Kuzio Julie 0:24:37
6 Axelson Tim 0:25:12
7 VanHook Brigette 0:25:40
8 Sargent Devon 0:25:41
9 Philbrick Quinn 0:26:01
10 Braillard Joel 0:26:10
11 Brown Makayla 0:26:20
12 Marshall Craig 0:27:28
13 McMillan Dave 0:27:29
14 Rockwell Anne 0:27:36
15 Sawyer Charles 0:27:56
16 Grover Rebecca 0:28:04
17 Smith Cole 0:28:11
18 Russell Alan 0:28:52
19 Barker Jim 0:29:00
20 Larsen Bethany 0:29:21
21 Rothwell Deanne 0:29:29
22 Drechsel Reed 0:29:30
23 Hediger Amy 0:29:44
24 Brown Kathryn 0:30:24
25 Thompson Hilary 0:30:36
26 Montimurro Joseph 0:30:41
27 Carrier Emily 0:30:45
28 Quimby James 0:30:50
29 Rudberg John 0:30:57
30 Temple Gina 0:31:10
31 Stokes Brad 0:31:15
32 Poulin Mary 0:31:29
33 Sargent Regan 0:31:43
34 Bridges Nick 0:31:45
35 Hammond Ali 0:31:51
36 Carrier Chantal 0:31:56
37 Rudberg Kristin 0:32:09
38 Rudberg Melissa 0:32:10
39 Rudberg Jayne 0:32:11
40 Crosby John 0:32:12
41 DiGravio Alison 0:33:04
42 Fenderson Meg 0:33:21
43 Benedict Peggy 0:33:27
44 Crosby Jill 0:33:36
45 Smith Connor 0:33:48
46 Doran Heather 0:34:02
47 Downes-Borko Sue 0:34:07
48 Langevin Guy 0:34:15
49 O’Brien Tom 0:34:43
50 O’Brien Mary 0:34:45
51 Rowland Amie 0:35:05
52 Healey MaryAnn 0:35:08
53 Reberkenny Clarissa 0:35:12
54 Sawyer Paula 0:35:19
55 Marquis Kathleen 0:35:36
56 Grover Kevin 0:35:39
57 Braillard Ruth 0:36:16
58 Stewart Cailey 0:36:55
59 Rogers Ann 0:36:56
60 Rogers Chip 0:36:57
61 McMillan Brady 0:37:10
62 Dubay Fred 0:37:12
63 McMillan Patrick 0:37:14
64 Matulaitis Pat 0:37:50
65 Campbell Sandra 0:38:24
66 Laliberte Shelli 0:38:57
67 Larsen Scott 0:40:02
68 Larsen Brent 0:40:03
69 McMillan Sam 0:40:24
70 McMillan Kerry 0:40:26
71 Tacetta Tracey 0:41:10
72 Strout Cindy 0:41:15
73 Eastlack Beth 0:41:53
74 Hofmann Tasha 0:41:54
75 Raleigh Melissa 0:42:44
76 Dolbier Kim 0:42:45
77 Tanning Kare 0:42:45
78 Vaccaro Mary 0:42:45
79 Claridge Liz 0:42:46

Key to the Community 5K

Filed under: Photos,scarborough — David Colby Young @ 9:39 pm

Results 2010

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2010 Event Photos Courtesy of Facebook

See photos for 2010  & 2009

see event web site

photos 2009

May 23, 2010

Race to Stop Extinction 5K

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 4:05 pm

Facebook has Photos of Race to Stop Extinction 5K

2010 Results on coolrunning

Anna Bouchard’s Photos – Race to Stop Extinction 5K

 See also Home Web site for Stop Extinction

I did not see any photos on event host web site (Facebook) Not as of 4:00 pm race day.

May 16, 2010

See Spot Run 5K

Filed under: Augusta,Photos — David Colby Young @ 10:34 am

Sunday, May 16, 2010 at 8:30 AM
Kennebec Arsenal

Come run the other side of the river for a change!!

2010 Results

Report of race on coolrunning

General Information
Did you know that nearly 15% of adults in Kennebec
County are functionally illiterate according to the
National Adult Literacy Survey? They can’t read the
newspaper, instruction manuals, or a simple recipe.
We’re here to help. We’re Literacy Volunteers of Greater
Augusta. While our volunteers provide their services for
free, it costs money to maintain a safe place with materials
and equipment for tutors to teach and students to learn.

That is why we are kicking off the First Annual “See Spot Run”
5K Run, Jog, Walk for Literacy! Remember learning to read
Sally, Dick, and Jane and their pets Spot and Puff. When you
run in the “See Spot Run” 5K you will help someone to learn
to read!

FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO: or call the office at 626-3440.

May 15, 2010

Bow Street Market Tortoise and Hare 5K

Filed under: Freeport — David Colby Young @ 12:08 pm

Bow Street Market Tortoise and Hare 5K

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Freeport, ME 8:00AM Mast Landing School, Bow Street (Loop course in Freeport. Age winners by overall time and predicted time.)
Contact: Nelson Larkins (Freeport Running Boosters), 30 Holbrook St, Freeport, ME, USA, 04032. 1-207-791-3222


2010 Results pdf


see also

See Times Record coverage


2010 Photos courtesy of David Colby Young

May 14, 2010

Androscoggin County S.O. T. & F. at Bates College

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 6:08 am

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We have more photos to upload

May 13, 2010

2010 LAEGC Annual Dinner: “L-A Tonight Show!”

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 2:38 pm

2010 LAEGC Annual Dinner: “L-A Tonight Show!”

(You might ask: “What does this have to do with Maine running photos?” Well, nothing perhaps. From time to time I will post goings on what are off subject. I pay the total support of the web site so I get to promote other important subject. Economic growth is an important subject in Lewiston & Auburn, Maine.)

May 12, 2010

22nd Annual Joseph’s 5K at Fairfield, Maine

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 1:14 pm





22nd Annual





Joseph’s 5K

Run or walk



Saturday, June 12th, 9:00 AM

at Lawrence High School, 9 School Street, Fairfield

Certified, flat, and fast loop course starts and ends on track.




$12 pre-entry (by June 4); $15 day of race

(registration in the cafeteria at the back of

the school from 7:30-8:30); students, $10;

families, $25 (2 shirts max); checks payable

to Lawrence Class of 2013




Julie Millard • 608 Winslow Road

Albion, ME 04910




Prizes for top male and female finishers

and age-group winners.




Contact Julie Millard, 437-2896







T-shirts to first 50 entrants






Joseph’s Clothing and Sporting Goods


Proceeds Benefit:




Lawrence High School Class of 2013


Entry form


Mail with $12 ($10 for student; $25 for family; $15 day of race) before June 4 to: Julie

Millard • 608 Winslow Road • Albion, ME 04910

I know that running a road race is a potentially hazardous activity. I should not enter and run unless I am medically

able and properly trained. I agree to abide by any decision of a race official relative to my ability to safely complete

the run. I assume all risks associated with running this event including, but limited to: falls, contact with other

participants, the effects of the weather, including high heat and/or humidity, traffic and the conditions of the road,

all such risks being known and appreciated by me. Having read this waiver and know these facts and in

consideration of your accepting my entry, I, for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release

Lawrence High School, City or Town officials, race directors and all sponsors, their representatives and successors

for all claims or liabilities of any kind arising out of my participation in this event even though that liability may arise

out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons name in this waiver

NAME:______________________________________AGE:_____ SEX: ____ T-SHIRT SIZE_____

ADDRESS:___________________________________________Date of birth:________ Walker?_____


____________________________________ _________________________________




May 9, 2010

Luchini wins Sea Dogs Mothers Day 5K Road Race | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram

Filed under: Photos — David Colby Young @ 5:07 pm

Luchini wins Sea Dogs Mother’s Day 5K Road Race | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram.

May 8, 2010

Road to a Cure 5K

Filed under: brunswick — David Colby Young @ 5:54 pm

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See more Photos Courtesy of Don Penta   &  2010 results see

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