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West Virgina standout leads Seaway Festival 4-Mile Trail Run

BY DAVE SHEA

Jack Price ran the Seaway Festival Road Race many times when it was an international event where runners crossed the Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge.

Over the years Price hosted his grandchildren at his Camp Road 41 home on the St. Lawrence River.

Over the weekend a group of his grandchildren made the trip from West Virginia to honor Price at a memorial service and remembered him fondly after earning medals in the Seaway Festival 4-Mile Trail Run.

"We spent a lot of summers on the river. It is a great place," said Ryan Miller who placed first in the Men's 30-39 Division on a day when Anya Miller became the first female runner to claim overall honors in the race.

Anya Miller recently graduated from Cabell-Midlands High School where she enjoyed an outstanding running career in cross country and track-field. A career she plans to extend at Davis Elkins College.

"Our high school is triple A which is the largest class in the state. I ran cross country and did the distance races in track. I took fifth in the 800 in states this year and I am looking forward to running at Davis-Elkins which is a Division 2 school," said Miler who jumped out to the head of the feld at the start and cruised to a winning time of 26:39.

Local racer Brett Boismenu took second in 27:50 as the Overall Male medalist from the Men's 50-59 Division. Ryan Miler placed third overall in 28:29 followed by Men's 40-49 leader Scott Brennan in 28:44 and Ogdensburg native Mike Kroll 29:08 who finished second in the Men's 30-39 Division.

The second female finisher was Emma Hurst who is visiting the North Country from Sweden with her husband, Lisbon native MIke Hurst .

Emma led the Women's 40-49 Division in 29:25 and Mike Hurst took third in the Men's 40-49 Division in 30:32.

The Male and Female Walk leaders were: Luke Miller and Bethany Haynes.

DIVISION LEADERS

Men's 20-29: Michael LaMonica 44:19.

Men's 30-39: Ryan Miller 28:29, Mike Kroll 29:08, Kyle Miller 31:21.

Men 40-49: Scott Brennan 28:44, Vonas Wiuk 30:31, Michael Hurst 30:32.

Men 50-59: Brett Boismenu (overall male medalist) 27:50, Dan Dominie 30:03, Joe DuPre' 33:15.

Men 70 Over: Ron Reid 47:45.

Male Walk Leader: Luke Miller 1:00.16.60.

Female 15-19: Anya Miller 26:39 (Overall Female, Race Medalist).

Female 30-39: Jacqueline Haves 35:39, Emily Kroll 38:56, Jordan Wells 40:01.

Women 40-49: Emma Hurst 29:25, Carmon Phillips 38:18.

Female Walk Leaders: Bethany Haynes 1:00.55.

ORDER OF FINISH

Anya Miller 26:39, ,Brett Boismenu 27:50, Ryan Miller 28:29, Scott Brennan 28:44, Mike Kroll 29:08, Emma Hurst 29:25, Dan Dominie 30:03, Vonus Wiuk 30:31, Mike Hurst 30:32, Kyle Miller 31:21, Joe DuPre' 33:15, Jacqueline Havens 35:39, Warren Phillio 35:52, Josh Killick 36:02, Ryua Jones 36:20, Mark Miller 38:13, Carmon Phillips 38:18, Andrew Putman 38:29, Anthony Pamruro 38:32, Emily Kroll 38:56, Gary Ruch 39:07, Jordan Wells 10:01, Glenda Jones , Micael LaMoinica 44:19, Ron Reid 47:45, Luke Miller (walker) 1:00.16, Bethany Haynes 1:00.55 (walker), Cheryl Murphy 1:01.30 (walker), Al Mooney (walker) 1:05.24,

Anya Miller, a standout distance runner from West Virginia, breaks out to an early lead at Sunday's Seaway Festival 4 Mile Trail Run.

Lisboin native Mike Hurst and his wife Emma of Sweden both earned medals at Sunday's Maple City Trail Run.

Dan Dominie of Canton led the Men's 50-59 Division at the Seaway Festival Maple City Trail Run on Sunday.

Emily Kroll run a cool down with her son after Sunday's Maple City Trail Run


Ogdensburg's Brett Boismenu and Anya Miller of West Virginia were the Overall Male and Female medalists at Sunday's Maple City Trail Run.

Male and female medal winners from Sunday's Maple City Trail Run-Walk

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