Shea, Trueblood top Brentwood runners at Firecracker 5K
Sam Shea and Clara Trueblood were the top borough competitors at the 31st annual Brentwood Firecracker 5K Run held last week on Brownsville Road (see story on page 26).
Shea, a borough winner in 2011 and 2012, and Trueblood claimed the titles from Drew Wissler and Carly Brickett, last year's borough winners. Trueblood was followed by Emily Ianachione, who repeated as runner-up after earning a borough championship in 2012.
Overall, Shea, who is a Brentwood High School graduate, secured sixth place in the male 30-34 age division, while Trueblood placed seventh in the female 30-34 age division.
The top competitors from Brentwood in this year's 5K event were as follows:
• Sam Shea, 34 (19:17)
• Neil Christopher, 19 (20:20)
• Justin Mondry, 17 (20:22)
• David Betz, 17 (20:47)
• David Yankovich, 39 (20:57)
• Jeff Colligan, 32 (21:05)
• Andrew Eisenbarger, 22 (21:16)
• Anto Andric, 48 (21:47)
• Luke Benedik, 15 (21:48)
• Trent Uhlemann, 15 (22:05)
• Tom Cranmer, 33 (22:18)
• Chris Zanetti, 28 (22:39)
• Roger Gaughan, 50 (22:40)
• Darrin Abate, 37 (22:42)
• Lucas Ivers, 14 (23:10)
• Clara Trueblood, 31 (22:31)
• Emily Ianachione, 24 (23:15)
• Megan Dutka, 38 (24:15)
• Callee Suvak, 31 (24:23)
• Alayna Ziegler, 14 (24:42)
• Angelina Stimmel, 31 (25:12)
• Carly Cunningham, 24 (25:41)
• Kimberly Jones, 28 (26:17)
• Judy Dominici, 56 (26:31)
• Dorothy Rigby, 31 (26:33)
• Meredith Graham, 28 (26:40)
• Abby Dehler, 27 (27:03)
• Carrie DuMars, 28 (27:45)
• Megan Bullers, 29 (28:01)
• Hannah Kostyak, 13 (28:02)
Ray Fisher is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-388-5820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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