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October 11, 2014

2014 Memorial Bridge Run 5K

Filed under: kittery,Photos,PortsmouthNH — David Colby Young @ 3:10 pm

Memorial Bridge Run 5K~Maine ~NH

Results  courtesy of



  • Set 1 Start ~Kittery, Maine courtesy of David Colby Young
  • Set 2 Finish Line Prescott Park, Portsmouth, NH courtesy of David Colby Young
  • Set 3 Awards & Kids Races courtesy of David Colby Young


October 3, 2014

WMC XC Meet @ Kennebunk

Filed under: kennebunk,kittery,Photos,Wells,york — David Colby Young @ 3:23 am
at Kennebunk (Meet Results courtesy of Portland Press Herald)
1. Wright (W) 16:46; 2. Hallee (K) 16:49; 3. Moody (W) 15:57; 4. Peltz (Y) 17:27; 5. M. Lightbody (K) 17:33; 6. Stapleton (W) 17:41; 7. Brown (W) 17:42; 8. Christiansen (TA) 17:45; 9. S. Lightbody (K) 17:56; 10. Eaton (Y) 18:10; 11. Moreno (K) 18:17; 12. Schatzabel (K) 18:19; 13. Vesenka (K) 18:31; 14. Vaccaro (K) 18:38; 15. Lumia (Y) 18:39; 16. McMahon (Y) 18:42; 17. Park (Y) 19:14; 18. Martyonosi (TA) 19:20; 19. Hay (Y) 19:21; 20. Miale (K) 19:41; 21. LaBossiere (Y) 19:45; 22. Flynn (K) 19:47; 23. Nortop (Y) 19:58; 24. Mason (K) 20:00; 25. McCaddin (Y) 20:04; 26. Curtiss (W) 20:07; 27. Grimes (Y) 20:17; 28. Watson (Y) 20:20.
Start courtey of E Gear

Start of the Boys Meet by E. Gear

Photos courtesy of Elliott
  • Set 1 ~ Boys Meet Start & Finish (443 photos by Gear)
  • Set 2 ~ Girls Meet Start & Finish (303 photos by Gear)


September 23, 2012

2012 Kittery PTA Seaside 4 Miler

Filed under: kittery,Kittery Point — Tags: , , , — David Colby Young @ 12:41 pm

2012 Results

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file photo of Christine O'Leary courtesy of

file photo of Christine O'Leary courtesy of

File photo of Christine O’Leary courtesy of


  • Set 1 courtesy of Seaside4Miler FB

May 22, 2011

Kittery FD5K

Filed under: kittery,Photos — David Colby Young @ 5:03 pm

2011 Results 2011 Photos on FB

2010 Results

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Kittery Fire Department 5K Run/Walk

Kittery, ME, May 17, 2009

[Overall Results | Age Group Results ]

file photos of Joel Anderson & Christine Snow-Reaser

file photos of Joel Anderson & Christine Snow-Reaser. Courtesy of Don Penta of the Maine Track Club

Runners Talk about this event

As you might guess, this race is all about firemen. Prizes go heavy that way, which is fine, and the early-entry t shirts noted nothing about a race, even though they are noce material. They have the firemen’s logo on the front and the sponsors on the back. Age category prizes were gift certificates (mine was a $15. to Runners’ Alley; Paula got a $5. to some hardware off Rt. 1N). Categories included 60-69 and 70 and over because I complained and someone else did too because it was 50 and above last year. Race winners and firemen winners got huge trophies and a gift certificate. Food was good and ample with fruit, huge cookies, brownies, crackers, sport drinks AND COFFEE (one I always appreciate, especially on cold, rainy days). How-some-ever, we chose this race because the brochure said it was “Flat and fast,” which was totally inaccurate. Bob Randall and I agreed it was much hillier than the Portland Seadog course, painfully so. A more accurate description would be, “challenging, ” since there were about five pretty nasty hills and several grades in theout and back (with a loop at the middle) course totally on pavement. The starting command was startling; people were chatting when this guy up front said, “Okay, GO.” I don’t see this as a race that will get a lot better, given that there really isn’t anything special, as far as we were concerned and the managers are not runners. I give them credit for responding positively to my criticism regarding age divisions and a passing grade for post-race food. We probably won’t do it again. c

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