Lee wins Spring-O orienteering meet

May 17, 2012 

Andrew Lee was fastest on the red course Wednesday at the Spring-O orienteering meet on Klutina Drive.

Lee navigated 16 controls over a 6.2-kilometer course in 1 hour, 7 minutes, 23 seconds, beating runner-up Lars Spurkland by nearly three minutes.

Spring-O orienteering meet

Wednesday's results

Red, 6.2-K, 16 controls

Men -- 1) Andrew Lee, 1:07:23; 2) Lars Spurkland, 1:10:00; 3) Ian Moore, 1:13:40; 4) Bill Spencer, 1:22:30; 5) Steve Gruhn, 1:27:18; 6) Chris Wood, 1:41:00; 7) Cory Smith, 1:42:29; 8) Bill Johnson, 1:47:50; 9) Dan Billman, 1:59:08; 10) Nathaniel Knapp, 3:03:00.

Green, 4.7-K, 13 controls

Men -- 1) Eric Follett, 1:03:21; 2) Regan Sarwas, 1:22:49; 3) Tom Bronga, 1:45:40; 4) David Snyder, 1:53:30; 5) Karl Swanson, 1:55:32; 6) Dick Sheasby, 1:56:00. Women -- 1) Ellyn Brown, 1:13:00; 2) Anne Billman, 1:39:15; 3) Jill Follett, 1:52:43. Team -- 1) Diana and Dave Evans, 1:02:00.

Orange, 4.2-K, 11 controls

Men -- 1) Ivan Hodes, 1:58:15. Women -- 1) Joyce Goodell, 2:31:00. Team -- 1) Elizabeth Knapp, Alex Knapp, Libby Kugel, 1:24:38; 2) Brian Garcia, Julia Perilla, 1:39:00; 3) Teresa Mattson, Jessie Donahue, 1:52:00; 4) Scott and Jane Berglund, 1:52:40; 5) Peter Hutter, Sharon Bolijanen, 1:54:47; 6) John Bauer, Beth Taylor, 1:57:00.

Yellow, 2.8-K, 8 controls

Men -- 1) Greg Galana, 0:47:05; 2) Gearhart DeKreon, 0:53:05; 3) Jeremia Proter, 1:12:50; 4) Erik Carlson, 1:15:31. Women -- 1) Karen Bronga, 1:02:55; 2) Corrie Whitmare, 1:15:31. Team -- 1) Joe, Leslie and Leo Anders, 0:57:00; 2) Linda and Jim Waugaman, 1:16:00; 3) Peggy and Ken Kugel, 1:19:00; 4) Frank, Sandi and Svetlana Moore, 1:25:34; 5) Sarah Tucker, Mary Janis, 1:39:55; 6) Ethan, Charles and Frances, 1:55:30.

White, 1.7-K, 11 controls

Women -- 1) Vanessa Angel, 0:32:12. Team -- 1) Lexi Smith, Liska Snyder, 1:01:09; 2) Aksel Flagstad, Vebjorn Flagstad, Hatcher Smith and Springer Moore, 1:19:00.

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