RUNNING: Reindeer Fun Run winners announced

PORT ANGELES — Jenna McGoff won the women’s 2017 Reindeer Fun Run, while the men’s winner was Naamon McGuffey.

McGoff won Saturday’s race with a time of 23 minutes, 52 seconds. McGuffey won with a time of 23:14.

Complete winners include:

Girls 13 and Under

Jenna McGoff, first, 23.52.

Women 14-18

Kynzie Deleon, first, 24:21; Telicia Busby, second 29:40

Women’s 19-29

Leah Gold, first, 44:58; Shannon Casad, second, 46:14.

Women 30-39

Margie Brueckner, first, 31:39; Leslie Sommerville, second, 36:32; Jaime King, third, 39:05.

Women 40-49

Christina Smith, first, 27:15; Angela Busby, second, 28:12; Nicole Heckenlaible, third, 30:02.

Women 50-59

Sheila Fordrung, first, 30:39; Deb McGoff, second, 38:36; Ginny Sturgeon, third, 38:37.

Women 60-69

Lori Schneider, first, 30:27

Women 70-plus

Connie Kinyon, first, 38:29.

Boys 13 and Under

Naamon McGuffey, first, 23:14; Bryce Deleon, second, 24:21; Easton Dempsey, third, 25:08.

Men 30-39

Randy Hopper, first, 36:32.

Men 50-59

Drew McGinley, first, 23:16.

Men 60-69

Dan Boon, first, 28:04; Peter Noftz, second 28.50; Steven Kellmyer, third, 30:41.

Men 70-plus

Chuck Milliman, first, 37:30.

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