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Grand Lake Classic finishes as a family affair

Will BublitzSky-Hi Daily News
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The 30th Annual Grand Lake Classic 2008 cross-country ski race was a real family affair last Sunday as locals and family members dominated the results.Held at the Grand Lake Touring Center, the Classic featured 10- and 5-kilometer Nordic freestyle races. Children also raced in the annual events 1- and 2-kilometer races.The overall winners of the Classics 10K race were two well-known local ski racers. Shawn Scholl of Kremmling won the mens 10K with a ski time of 34:06. In the womens race, Karen Waeschle of Fraser won it with a racing time of 38:03.In the 5K race, two members of the Zink family were victorious. Colby Zink won the mens race with a time of 22:06. In the womens 5K, Linnea Zink was the overall winner with a ski time of 22:48.In the 2K race, Logan Miyauchi was the boys overall winner with a time of 2:55. Elizabeth Hogan was the girls overall winner with 3:18.In the 1K race, Erin Hennessey won with a time of 1:17.The results in each of the different age classes in Sundays races are:Mens 10KAge 13-19 1. Sam Elliott, 48:13; 2. Andrew McPherson, 1:02:59; 3. Josh Alexander, 1:10:12;Age 20-29 1. Brett Finnerman, 39:33; 2. Daniel Shay, 43:10;Age Group 30-39 1. Ross Delaphane, 35:29; 2. Peter Delamere, 43:42; 3. Matt Glick, 44:40; 4. Joe Nesvara, 55:40;Age 40-49 1. Shawn Scholl, 34:06; 2. Mike Hogan, 35:56; 3. David Boelter, 39:36; 4. Dave Brott, 1:16:28; 5. Ken Brott, 1:33:07;Age 50-59 1. Patrick Brower, 38:23; 2. Ron Belak, 48:07; 3. Jason Johnston, 48:20; 4. Mark Kelly, 49:55; 5. Nate Inouye, 52:18; 6. Michael Kelly, 58:01;Womens 10KAge 13-19 1. Elsa Kelley, 52:39;Age 20-29 Kristin Johansen, 51:16 ;Age 30-39 1. Amy Shertzer, 45:48;Age Group 40-49 1. Karen Waeschle, 38:03; 2. Stephanie Scholl, 45:54;Age Group 50 – 59 1. Tina Wilson; 45:54; 2. Lisa Bachanan, 59:38;Age Group 60-69 1. Grace Dyck, 50:02;Mens 5KAge 6-7 1. Tyler Scholl, 29:13; 2. Samuel Delamere, 41:48;Age 8-9 1. Simon Zink, 23:24 ;Age 10-12 1. Ben Hogan, 22:46; 2. Paolo Takgi Atilano, 29:07 ;Age 13-19 1. Colby Zink, 22:06; 2. Tabor Miyauchi, 22:41; 3. Travis Potts, 26:38; 4. Carl Olsen-Dean, 28:03;Age 40-49 1. Joe Hoffman, 29:03;Age Group 50-59 1. Jim Cervenka, 40:58;Age Group 70 & up 1. Alan Delamere, 40.09;Womens 5KAge 8-9 1. Linn Kelly, 26:21; 2. Becca Hoffman, 29:02;Age 10-12 1. Linnea Zink, 22:48; 2. Tabor Scholl, 22:50; 3. Eliza Stein, 29:02; 4. Hannah Berman, 29:09; 5. Samatha Hoffman, 40:12;Age 13-19 1. Seraphina Smith, 35:04;Age 50 – 59 1. Marti Irish, 24:00;Boys 2KAge 5 & 6 1. Sebastian Brower, 3:47; Age 7 & 8 1. Max Stein, 3:45;Age 9 & 10 1. Logan Miyauchi, 2:55; 2. Sawyer Cousineau, 3:53; 3. Jack Warner, 4:04; 4. Sam Hogan, 5:06; 5. Sam Alexander, 5:32; Girls 2KAge 7 & 8 1. Elizabeth Hogan, 3:18;Age 9 & 10 1. Sarah McClain, 3:25;Girls 1KAge Group 3 1. Sylvia Brower, 5:29; 2. Hannah Delamere, 6:06;Age 9 1. Erin Hennessey, 1:17.


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