Results listed for Fayette 5K 2011.08.11

Written by David Green.

Michael Becker of Wauseon and Erica Goelzenleuchter of Fayette were the winners in the 2011 Friends for the Field 5-K Saturday in Fayette.

Becker turned the fastest time overall at 16:51 and Goelzenleuchter was the fastest female at 21:48. Both competed in the 15-19 age group.

Females

14 and under: Kelsey Fruchey (18th), Fayette, 24:07; Liz Maginn (21st), Fayette, 24:54; Taylor Griffiths (25th), Fayette, 26:01; Bailey Funkhouser (29th), West Unity, 28:15.

15-19: Ellie Sonnenberg (13th), Archbold, 22:38; Jill Stuckey (16th), Fayette, 23:29; 27 Tiffany Kennedy (27th), Fayette, 26:52; 31; Ashton Baker (31st), Fayette, 28:34.

20-29: Grace Ebersole (15th), Pioneer, 22:51; Kayla Simon (36th), Wauseon, 31:03; Amy Kessler (38th), Fayette, 33:26.

30-39: Melanie Fruchey (30th) Fayette, 28:21; Stacie Funkhouser (33rd), West Unity, 30:00; Tara Conklin (37th), Fayette, 31:38; Shamra Willis (41st), Fayette, 42:50.

40-49: 22 Lesley Fruchey (22nd) Fayette, 24:59; Sally Stuckey (35th) Fayette, 30:31; Linda Comadoll (40th) Napoleon, Ohio, 37:02.

50 and over: Tina Rufenacht (12th) Archbold, 22:08; Lynette Smith (39th), Wauseon, 35:28.

Males 

14 and under: Skylar Lantz (4th), Fayette, 19:35; Bryce Conklin (19th), Fayette, 24:32; Mason Maginn (24th), Fayette, 26:01; Cole Stuckey (26th), Fayette, 26:13; Blake Funkhouser (28th) West Unity, 27:43; Jason Stuckey (32nd), Fayette, 29:52.

15-19: Zach Smith (2nd), West Unity, 18:15; Tanner Rufenacht (3rd), Archbold, 18:25; Tim Lott (5th), Wauseon, 19:58; Jacob Roth (8th), Archbold, 20:29; Chris Waidelich (9th), Archbold, 20:47; Ian Schrock (10th), Archbold, 21:27.

30-39: Mike Maginn (17th), Fayette, 23:45; David Conklin (20th), Fayette, 24:46; Domingo Martinez (6th), Delta, 20:01; Stan Funkhouser (34th), West Unity, 30:00.

50 and above: Tony Eyer (7th),Wauseon, 20:02; Brad Rufenacht (14th), Archbold, 22:40; Richard Nyce (23rd), Archbold, 24:59.

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