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Orndorf and Maus lead Run to Educate

Nate Orndorf and Lindsay Maus were the top finishers in the Logan County Run to Educate 5K Friday at Bellefontaine High School.

Orndorf was the top overall male runner with a time of 15:58, while Maus was the top overall female runner with a time of 20:09.

Over 160 runners and walkers participated in the event to support the LCEF Teacher Grant program for students and teachers in the four school districts located in Logan County.

The top three finishers in each age group are listed below:

Women’s results

13-and-under: Aubrey Stolly, Emma Wenger, Katie Meier; 14-18: Katie Lament, Dianna Meek, Katie Vetorino; 19-24: Courtney Forsythe, Libby Zoldak, Amanda Stevens; 25-29: Renee Metzger, Becky O’Rielley, Jenna Frinkfrock; 30-34: Heather Butler, Meghan Ashcraft, Kelli Strayer; 35-39: Alexis Scheiderer, Danielle Meek, Colleen Bodin; 40-44: Wendy Evans, Aimee Erwin, Kim Wall; 45-49: Elaine Jacobs, Kim Rees, Jean Murray; 50-54: Sharon Stahl, Dianna Small, Nancy Forsythe; 55-59: Susan O’Rielley; 60-and-over: Deborah Ellis, Jody Tom, Connie Oswald.

Men’s results

13-and-under: Michael Horvath, Peter Kratz, Dylan Lauck; 14-18: Ryan Dunn, Wyatt Warren, Cameron Johnson; 19-24: Aaron Dunn, Cody Rees, Eric Numbers; 25-29: Adam Burtchin, Tyler Norton, Nate Smith; 30-34: Cliff Core, Gus Giannola, Jason Epp; 35-39: Aaron Lauck, Scott Wenger, Demetrius Lewis; 40-44: George Kennedy, Kevin Butler, Mike Pequignot; 45-49: Brian Zizelman, Joe Oldiges, Tim Coppler; 50-54: Earl Zilles, Mike Dickerson, Vince Hinde; 55-59: Bob Core, Tim O’Rielley, Don Bauer; 60-and-over: Michael Kennedy, Patrick Ellis, Randy Landes.

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