Prizes awarded to series winners
Steamboat Springs — Doug Mason won the 7-mile race Saturday morning in the Steamboat Pilot & Today Run for Literacy, the final race of the season in the Steamboat Springs Running Series.
Mason finished with a time of 45:56 to edge Bill Goldsmith, 46:49, and Lonnie Pilkington, 47:14. Jane Welzel of Fort Collins won the women’s 7-mile run in 50:56. Barbara Jones was second in 56:18, just ahead of Shawn Dolan in 56:45.
Tenadore Dean won the 5K run with a time of 17:16. Greg Long was second in 19:04 and Charlie Stoddard was third in 20:22. Lisa Adams won the women’s division in 22:59.
Marie Lacey was second in 23:49 and Cara Catanzaro was third in 25:45.
Craig Olsheim won the 5K walk with a time of 37:40, while Jo Ellen Hayden was second in 40:43. Suzy Holloran and Becky Holloran tied for third in 47:32.
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Because the Run for Literacy was the final race of the season, prizes were awarded to running series winners following the race. Greg Long won the men’s division with 116 points accumulated over 10 races.
Goldsmith was second with 107 points in 11 races and Bill McCalla was third with 96 points in 10 races.
Dorothy Bradley of Cheyenne, Wyo., won the women’s division with 94 points in nine races. Emily Conjura was second with 62 points in six races and Jane Reece was third with 55 points in seven races.
Reece, Andy Picking and Bill Phillip won awards for the season but were not present Saturday. They should contact Conjura, the running series director, at 870-4480 to claim their prizes.
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