Noah Plotnik of Sequim (627), Dylan Zehr of Maple Valley (561) and Sean Southard of Sequim (722) take off in the Jamestown S’Klallam Run late Saturday afternoon in Blyn. Runners competed in 5K and 10K races, wearing headlamps in the twilight and dark. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Noah Plotnik of Sequim (627), Dylan Zehr of Maple Valley (561) and Sean Southard of Sequim (722) take off in the Jamestown S’Klallam Run late Saturday afternoon in Blyn. Runners competed in 5K and 10K races, wearing headlamps in the twilight and dark. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

JAMESTOWN S’KLALLAM RUN: More than 340 competitors light up the Olympic Discovery Trail

Runners compete in series’ final event of 2022 season

BLYN — More than 340 competitors took part in the fifth and final race of the 2022 Run the Peninsula race series, the Jamestown S’Klallam Glow Run 5K/10K.

The Saturday evening race took place along the Olympic Discovery Trail through the Jamestown Tribal area between Blyn and Sequim. The race is presented by Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and Olympic Medical Center. The title sponsors are the Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette.

Langdon Larson, 16, a distance runner for Port Angeles High School, won the 10K with a time of 36 minutes, 8 seconds, taking first by a margin of nearly three minutes. His sister Leia Larson, 14, also a distance runner for Port Angeles High School, was the first female finisher of the 5K with a time of 21:03. Larson was sixth overall in the 5K and Kaitlyn Bloomenrader, a Sequim High School distance runner, was seventh overall with a time of 21:53.

In an exciting 5K finish among the men, Sean Southard, 15, of Sequim was first with a time of 19:45, beating Dylan Zehr, 14, of Maple Valley by less than one second. Alison Skinner of University Place was the top 10K female runner with a time of 47:30.

Full results can be found at www.tinyurl.com/JamestownResults.

Photos can be found at www.tinyurl.com/JamestownPhotos.

Registration for the 2023 Run the Peninsula Series opens today. The dates for the 2023 events are Elwha River Bridge on Feb. 4, 2023; Railroad Bridge Park on April 22, 2023; North Olympic Discovery Marathon June 3-4, 2023; Larry Scott Trail on Oct. 14, 2023; and the Jamestown Glow Run on Dec. 2, 2023.

Registration details for all events can be found at www.runthepeninsula.com. People can also email rtp@runthepeninsula.com if they have any questions.

Top 10 finishers

All times and places unofficial

Female 5K — Leia Larson, PA, first, 21:03; Kaitlyn Bloomenrader, Sequim, second, 21:53; Jeanne Larson, PA, third, 25:47; Marea Denton, Sequim, fourth, 26:02; Christine Loewe, PA, fifth, 26:38; Aimee Olbu, Marysville, sixth, 26:53; Anonymous, seventh, 27:06; Taren Reaves, Forks, eighth, 27:23; Bridget Richardson, Port Ludlow, ninth, 27:33; Christa Sweers, Sequim, 10th, 27:35.

Male 5K — Sean Southard, Sequim, first, 19:45; Dylan Zehr, Maple Valley, second, 19:46; Noah Plotnik, Sequim, third, 19:55; Noah Isenberg, Port Townsend, fourth, 20:04; Jackson Laboy, Sequim, fifth, 20:58; Mark Davis, Gig Harbor, sixth, 22:37; Justin Constable, PA, ninth, 22:42; Trevor Goff, PA, 10th, 22:51.

Female 10K — Alison Skinner, University Place, first, 47:30; Mallory Raber, Bremerton, second, 49:24; Alma Sisk, Poulsbo, third, 54:37; Anonymous, fourth, 55:03; Mary Kate McGee, Federal Way, fifth, 55:52; Christie Landrie, Seattle, sixth, 55:52; April Grisetti Olts, Sequim, seventh, 57:38; Daria Gosztyla, Sequim, eighth, 58:03; Amanda Marie Sproule, Seattle, ninth, 58:20; Lillie Phillips, PA, 10th, 58:48.

Male 10K — Langdon Larson, PA, first, 36:08; Jesse Tsai, Brier, second, 38:59; Jeremy Anderson, Kingston, third, 39:47; Matthew Wolpert, Neah Bay, fourth, 41:11; Michael Higuera, PA, fifth, 41:59; Steve Moore, Poulsbo, sixth, 42:39; Jay Nolan, Lynnwood, seventh, 42:47; Jayden McLarty, PA, eighth, 42:48; Nacob Morton, Seattle, ninth, 43:11; Brian Taylor, Tumwater, 10th, 44:52.

Jennifer Zbaraschuk of Sequim (2108) is among the competitors in the Jamestown S’Klallam Run who take off late Saturday afternoon in Blyn. Runners competed in 5K and 10K races, wearing headlamps in the twilight and dark. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Jennifer Zbaraschuk of Sequim (2108) is among the competitors in the Jamestown S’Klallam Run who take off late Saturday afternoon in Blyn. Runners competed in 5K and 10K races, wearing headlamps in the twilight and dark. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Elena Guillen-Kushner, 7, of Bainbridge Island crosses the finish line at the Jamestown S’Klallam Run just in front of Siri Kushner, also of Bainbridge. (Courtesy of Run The Peninsula)

Elena Guillen-Kushner, 7, of Bainbridge Island crosses the finish line at the Jamestown S’Klallam Run just in front of Siri Kushner, also of Bainbridge. (Courtesy of Run The Peninsula)

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