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Wilt sets pace for nearly 6,300 at Run for Women

Beth Bragg
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants begin the 1-mile event on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants stretch after a pre-race yoga session at the Anchorage Football Stadium on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Rosemarie Miller, center, and other cancer survivors gathered for a group photo before the start of the Alaska Run for Women at the Anchorage Football Stadium on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Mary Marsolais, 77, will celebrate 20 years cancer free this coming August. She was one of nearly 6,000 participants in the Alaska Run for Women, held on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Cancer survivors Tracy Sinclare, left, and Mary Marsolais are “petal-bombed” with flowers before the start of the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Employees from Bagoy’s flower shop showed up at the start line and showered runners with flower petals.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch The Anchorage Fire Department hoisted a giant flag before the start of the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch From left, Maeve Bakic, Kim Bakic and Tyler Geiermann celebrate boobs before the start of the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Pace biker Pam Cassidy leads the first wave of participants in the 1-mile run at the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants cross over Chester Creek in the 1-mile event on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Annabelle Slinker and her mom Amy walk through the Chester Creek greenbelt during the 1-mile run/walk on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s Alaska Run for Women, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants walk through the Chester Creek greenbelt in the 1-mile event on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Cancer survivor Claudia Romero gets a pink carnation from volunteer Chuck Lastufka after finishing the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Lastufka has been handing out flowers to survivors for the past 22 years.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Hallidie Wilt won the 5-mile timed heat in the 2014 Alaska Run for Women with a time of 28:50. The Alaska Run for Women was held on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Top finishers congratulate each other after the race on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Hallidie Wilt, far right, won the 2014 Alaska Run for Women with a time of 28:50.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Micheal Tuttle, seated, left, and Jeannette Levine relax after the race. The Alaska Run for Women was held on Saturday, June 7, 2014, and drew nearly 6,000 participants.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Cathy Miller gets a hug from her husband Tom after finishing the 5-mile Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women volunteer Chuck Lastufka keeps an eye out for cancer survivors, identified with a pink hat, at the finish line on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Lastufka has been handing out flowers to survivors at the end of the race for the past 22 years.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Tracey Bosshardt, left, and Fahm Arns celebrate after completing the 5-mile race at the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants don fanciful bras at the post-finish photo booth on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Monica Echon, right, crosses the finish line at the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Shelley McCormick crosses the finish line with a shirt that reads “save second base” at the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Issa Forrest gets her picture taken next to a portable toilet decorated with signs that say “run forrest run” after the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants begin the 1-mile event on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants stretch after a pre-race yoga session at the Anchorage Football Stadium on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Rosemarie Miller, center, and other cancer survivors gathered for a group photo before the start of the Alaska Run for Women at the Anchorage Football Stadium on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Mary Marsolais, 77, will celebrate 20 years cancer free this coming August. She was one of nearly 6,000 participants in the Alaska Run for Women, held on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Cancer survivors Tracy Sinclare, left, and Mary Marsolais are “petal-bombed” with flowers before the start of the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Employees from Bagoy’s flower shop showed up at the start line and showered runners with flower petals.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch The Anchorage Fire Department hoisted a giant flag before the start of the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch From left, Maeve Bakic, Kim Bakic and Tyler Geiermann celebrate boobs before the start of the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Pace biker Pam Cassidy leads the first wave of participants in the 1-mile run at the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants cross over Chester Creek in the 1-mile event on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Annabelle Slinker and her mom Amy walk through the Chester Creek greenbelt during the 1-mile run/walk on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s Alaska Run for Women, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants walk through the Chester Creek greenbelt in the 1-mile event on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Nearly 6,000 participants signed up for this year’s event, which featured both timed and untimed heats.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Cancer survivor Claudia Romero gets a pink carnation from volunteer Chuck Lastufka after finishing the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Lastufka has been handing out flowers to survivors for the past 22 years.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Hallidie Wilt won the 5-mile timed heat in the 2014 Alaska Run for Women with a time of 28:50. The Alaska Run for Women was held on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Top finishers congratulate each other after the race on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Hallidie Wilt, far right, won the 2014 Alaska Run for Women with a time of 28:50.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Micheal Tuttle, seated, left, and Jeannette Levine relax after the race. The Alaska Run for Women was held on Saturday, June 7, 2014, and drew nearly 6,000 participants.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Cathy Miller gets a hug from her husband Tom after finishing the 5-mile Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women volunteer Chuck Lastufka keeps an eye out for cancer survivors, identified with a pink hat, at the finish line on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Lastufka has been handing out flowers to survivors at the end of the race for the past 22 years.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Tracey Bosshardt, left, and Fahm Arns celebrate after completing the 5-mile race at the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Alaska Run for Women participants don fanciful bras at the post-finish photo booth on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Monica Echon, right, crosses the finish line at the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Shelley McCormick crosses the finish line with a shirt that reads “save second base” at the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes
LOREN HOLMES / Alaska Dispatch Issa Forrest gets her picture taken next to a portable toilet decorated with signs that say “run forrest run” after the Alaska Run for Women on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Loren Holmes

Hats off to Halladie Wilt, who continued her winning ways Saturday by cruising to victory in the Alaska Run for Women, her fourth triumph in five races this summer

And hats off -- better yet, hats on -- to Mary Marsolais and Lorraine Krueger, who turned a cloudy day sunny at Anchorage Football Stadium, where nearly 6,300 girls and women crossed the finish line in the 22nd annual fundraiser for breast cancer.

Wilt, who grew up in Unalaska and competed collegiately at UAA, was never threatened in the five-mile race that started at Sullivan Arena and ended at AFS. She finished in 28 minutes, 49.55 seconds, beating defending champion Susan Bick of Anchorage by more than 35 seconds.

Wilt, Bick (29:25.36) and third-place Denali Foldager of Anchorage (29:51.72) were the only runners to break the 30-minute barrier, but plenty of others reached milestones of a different sort.

Marsolais, 77, and Krueger, 59, set standards for survival.

Marsolais wore a pink baseball cap with 20 tiny breast-cancer ribbons printed on the bill, one for each Run for Women she has completed since her breast cancer diagnosis more than two decades ago.

Krueger wore what she called "a hat tutu," which had a sign in the front that said "15 survivor years under my belt." Dangling from the belt were the 15 caps she has collected from the 15 Run for Women races she has done since her diagnosis.

Krueger reached for her oldest hat.

"Dr. Gower, my surgeon, gave this to me in 1999 and said, 'You're going to be getting a lot of these' -- and he was right," she said.

When a broken ankle forced Krueger out of Saturday's competitive five-mile race and into the one-mile walk, she decided she might as well mark her 15 years with a powerful fashion statement.

"It's a message of hope, more than anything," she said, "especially for those women who are just beginning their journey."

The field of 6,283 participants marked a slight dip from the three previous races, each of which drew nearly 7,000, but Saturday's event set a record for donations raised by participants -- $177,083, more than $10,000 than last year. Since 1993, the race has raised more than $3.5 million.

Wilt, 25, captured victory for the first time in five appearances in Alaska's biggest footrace. She shaved more than 30 seconds off her second-place time of a year ago and was 15 seconds off her course-best 28:35 in 2012, when she placed third behind Olympic skiers Kikkan Randall and Holly Brooks.

As a cross country and track runner at UAA, Wilt competed at five NCAA Division II national championship meets in a four-year career that ended in 2012. This is a bit of a comeback year after a long recovery from mononucleosis.

"Last year I wasn't feeling like I was myself," Wilt said. "I took a break at the end of the year -- October, November, December -- and in the new year I said, 'OK, time to get in shape.' ''

She went from running once or twice a week to training daily, and she told herself there was no reason she couldn't return to her pre-illness level.

"It got to the point where I kept having excuses," she said, "And I finally said, 'Why not now?'

"I've been persistent with my training."

Wilt opened the season by winning the 5-kilometer Heart Run (17:42) -- "the first time I felt good again," she said. She followed with victories in the Salmon Run 10-K (39:20) and Faster Than a Falcon 5-K (18:31) before placing second to an Idaho woman in the Twilight 12-K (45:28).

She charged into the lead early in Saturday's race and never felt threatened.

"I kind of went out hard and had a little gap the whole way," she said.

The top 10 included a number of former UAA runners and one high school runner -- 15-year-old Briahna Gerlach of Gakona, who was 10th in 31:58. Gerlach, who recently finished her freshman year at Glennallen, won the 1,600 and 3,200 meters races at the recent Class 1-2-3A state track and field championships.

"I haven't done any five-milers," she said. "I'm not really used to that long of a distance. I thought, 'I don't know if I can do this.' ''

While Wilt and other elite runners -- a group that included 30th-place Lisa Keller, the top finisher in the survivors division in 34:21.72 -- arrived in regular running gear, the majority dressed for the occasion.

Tutus and decorated T-shirts were all the rage, many bearing breast cancer slogans: Fight like a girl. Tenacious ta-tas. Save the hooters. Save second base.

Jacqui Gorlick, 55, and Janel Wright, 52, skipped across the finish line arm in arm, both of them wearing pink caps designating them as breast cancer survivors. Then they shared a long hug.

"Jacqui saved my life," Wright said.

Gorlick learned she had breast cancer in late 2012. She was recovering from surgery when Wright brought her dinner one night.

"How did you find out?" Wright asked.

"A self-exam," Gorlick told her.

When she got home, Wright performed a self-exam and found a lump. It was Dec. 11, 2012. On Dec. 14, she had surgery for triple-negative breast cancer, a fast-growing, fast-spreading form of the disease.

"If she had waited for her (annual) mammogram, she would be dead," Gorlick said. "Self-checks! Put it in giant print -- play with your boobs, play with your friends' boobs, know what they feel like!"

Wright reiterated the message: "Know your breast tissue. Check often."

You hear that a lot at the Run for Women, which has been spreading the word since 1993.

Mary Marsolais was among the city's early advocates for breast cancer awareness -- she has been stressing the need to stay fit, eat right and get checkups since she was diagnosed back in the early 1990s. On Saturday she served as the race's honorable starter along with Channel 2 meteorologist Tracy Sinclare, who is doing well after her 2012 breast cancer diagnosis.

"Sometimes I think, 'Oh my god, I had cancer,' '' said Sinclare, 49. "Then you meet people like Mary, and she has 20 ribbons on her hat for every year she has survived.

"I love to see that."

Reach Beth Bragg at bbragg@adn.com or call her at 257-4553.

22nd annual Alaska Run for Women

5 miles -- Top 200

Full results can be found at adn.com/sports

1) Hallidie Wilt 0:28:49.55; 2) Susan Bick 0:29:25.36; 3) Denali Foldager 0:29:51.72; 4) Katie Krehlik 0:30:14.00; 5) Emma Bohman 0:30:30.00; 6) Christi Schmitz 0:30:46.35; 7) Lauren Fritz 0:31:28.38; 8) Lia Slemons 0:31:35.04; 9) Mandy Vincent-lang 0:31:38.10; 10) Briahna Gerlach 0:31:58.00; 11) Allison Melocik 0:32:13.45; 12) Erin Jordan 0:32:19.20; 13) Stephanie Kirk 0:32:23.05; 14) Amy Reed 0:32:33.33; 15) Leslie Varys 0:32:47.10; 16) Holly Grant 0:32:49.76; 17) Debbie Cropper 0:32:59.18; 18) Shoshana Keegan 0:33:03.18; 19) Audrey Michaelson 0:33:14.89; 20) Kristine Kleedehn 0:33:21.58; 21) Abby Jahn 0:33:26.31; 22) Jessica Vetsch 0:33:29.11; 23) Larrell Lockard 0:33:47.39; 24) Paola Banchero 0:33:54.53; 25) Tina Moronell 0:33:55.80; 26) Lisa Johnston 0:34:03.99; 27) Jean Miller 0:34:05.36; 28) Joleen Oshiro 0:34:14.86; 29) Jen Kohout 0:34:21.34; 30) Lisa Keller 0:34:21.72; 31) Connie Best 0:34:23.27; 32) Tess Hamilton 0:34:25.89; 33) Laura Mcdonough 0:34:28.47; 34) Jennifer Henderson 0:34:28.62; 35) Kayle Blackmore 0:34:36.70; 36) Morgan Kuiper 0:34:38.95; 37) Kelsey Coolidge 0:34:42.14; 38) Kristen Sieminski 0:35:02.29; 39) Tracy Houser 0:35:05.64; 40) Emily Berliner 0:35:08.73; 41) Chrissy May 0:35:12.92; 42) Joanne Myles 0:35:16.95; 43) Kristen Maves 0:35:17.84; 44) Jordyn Bruce 0:35:21.49; 45) Jennifer Schrage 0:35:23.63; 46) Becky Butler 0:35:35.99; 47) Katherine Lauver 0:35:47.24; 48) Hannah Moderow 0:35:47.54; 49) Sarah Shine 0:35:51.65; 50) Kristin Haas 0:35:54.18;

51) Heidi Martinson 0:35:58.88; 52) Jessica Pooler 0:36:00.48; 53) Dana Diehl 0:36:14.19; 54) Heather Moon 0:36:15.01; 55) Naomi Kiekintveld 0:36:20.65; 56) Tammy Weaver 0:36:20.67; 57) Wendy Sailors 0:36:43.59; 58) Teresa Comer 0:36:45.35; 59) Jennifer Baker 0:36:48.19; 60) Becky Hauser 0:36:56.32; 61) Dorothy Calkins 0:36:58.38; 62) Michelle Dickson 0:37:04.29; 63) Ingrid Kelly 0:37:09.66; 64) Tekla Seavey 0:37:09.71; 65) Robin Mullen 0:37:12.07; 66) Erica Dye 0:37:14.07; 67) Jordin Thompson 0:37:15.56; 68) Lena Palmer 0:37:19.09; 69) Ariel Turner 0:37:22.94; 70) Jenny Kimball 0:37:23.18; 71) Lesley Yamauchi 0:37:27.46; 72) Alisa Aist 0:37:29.64; 73) Cindy Freistone 0:37:40.39; 74) Sabine Kretschek 0:37:40.90; 75) Kari Skinner 0:37:43.70; 76) Bridget Mcbride 0:37:45.06; 77) Shelly Matherne 0:37:48.37; 78) Kristen Lindsey 0:37:49.57; 79) Michelle Fabry 0:37:51.84; 80) Mary Krysinski 0:37:53.48; 81) Diana Burbank 0:37:58.18; 82) Kayli Ellingson 0:37:59.40; 83) Nikole Boggs 0:38:01.17; 84) Isela Ulman 0:38:01.30; 85) Jennifer Uriarte 0:38:02.69; 86) Milca Fernando 0:38:05.21; 87) Bethanne Kapansky 0:38:06.64; 88) Bonnie Lind 0:38:07.14; 89) Briannah Pugh 0:38:09.05; 90) Kasie Durkit 0:38:10.13; 91) Pam Tittle 0:38:11.25; 92) Vanessa Skean 0:38:15.11; 93) Jeannette Levine 0:38:15.19; 94) Shannon Skinner 0:38:15.93; 95) Camille Griffith 0:38:19.40; 96) Andrea Sands 0:38:19.74; 97) Samantha Bassler 0:38:19.87; 98) Margaret Stroble 0:38:20.79; 99) Kristina Mattle 0:38:22.33; 100) Rachel Brandt 0:38:27.25;

101) Andrea Tesch 0:38:30.36; 102) Malia Klein 0:38:32.83; 103) Melissa Hartford 0:38:33.75; 104) Jennifer Lindberg 0:38:33.85; 105) Cecilia Jarvis 0:38:34.81; 106) Katherine Zerkel 0:38:35.09; 107) Nadine Price 0:38:38.94; 108) Kristina Woolston 0:38:42.55; 109) Marisa Jaso 0:38:48.88; 110) Elizabeth Aarons 0:38:48.99; 111) Kimberly Olmsted 0:38:49.99; 112) Cathy Duffy 0:38:50.31; 113) Adrianna Proffitt 0:38:51.74; 114) Danielle Jerry 0:38:52.91; 115) Emily Becker 0:38:57.36; 116) Katie Bisson 0:38:59.38; 117) Dara Lively 0:39:02.48; 118) Martha Robinson 0:39:05.70; 119) Beth Elliott 0:39:05.83; 120) Susie Dietz 0:39:06.18; 121) Riannon Blaisdell-black 0:39:15.55; 122) Kirsten Schultz 0:39:17.75; 123) Lidia Petersen 0:39:24.65; 124) Erin Danielson 0:39:28.98; 125) Suzanna Caldwell 0:39:31.10; 126) Kristina Barnes 0:39:31.61; 127) Keiaira Young 0:39:31.73; 128) Julie Michels 0:39:32.25; 129) Sadie Benter 0:39:32.52; 130) Oksana Sofron 0:39:36.95; 131) Britta Anderson 0:39:38.95; 132) Brandy Stepetin 0:39:40.52; 133) Kate Henderson 0:39:41.50; 134) Tuula Mastomaki 0:39:42.14; 135) Brynn Moe 0:39:42.89; 136) Hailee Rahm 0:39:45.72; 137) Andalyn Pace 0:39:48.34; 138) Jennifer Hardy 0:39:51.11; 139) Liisa Morrison 0:39:51.37; 140) Robin Tozer 0:39:53.53; 141) Cynthia Oistad 0:39:54.49; 142) Nancy Spence 0:39:56.84; 143) Sue Sheard 0:39:58.43; 144) Racquel Tuverar 0:40:00.46; 145) Deborah Morales 0:40:00.74; 146) Meghan Grotte 0:40:00.84; 147) Denise Deal 0:40:01.36; 148) Laurie Macchello 0:40:02.60; 149) Sara Randall 0:40:04.77; 150) Annette Funk 0:40:07.63;

151) Kari Moss 0:40:10.39; 152) Cheryl Duda 0:40:10.87; 153) Amy Hollon 0:40:11.63; 154) Lorna Colver 0:40:12.41; 155) Jennifer Duford 0:40:12.65; 156) Yuliya Fateyeva 0:40:13.38; 157) Jordan Iverson 0:40:13.44; 158) Katie Seybert 0:40:13.81; 159) Rashele Kimmel 0:40:16.32; 160) Haylee Donovan 0:40:17.74; 161) Jania Rosen Tumey 0:40:17.96; 162) Ziva Berkowitz-kimmel 0:40:18.19; 163) Kelsey Johnson 0:40:19.96; 164) Cynthia Decker 0:40:27.58; 165) Sally Kessler 0:40:29.08; 166) Cynthia Wymer 0:40:31.06; 167) Charlee Millett 0:40:31.94; 168) Darlene Cooper 0:40:31.99; 169) Micheal Tuttle 0:40:32.29; 170) Jazelle Nillo 0:40:37.88; 171) Jaylee Brendel 0:40:39.49; 172) Danielle Lesko 0:40:39.96; 173) Nicole Lesko 0:40:40.09; 174) Teresa Arnold 0:40:52.73; 175) Cindy Bowman 0:40:53.20; 176) Meghan Owens 0:40:58.56; 177) Anita Pleitez 0:41:03.56; 178) Kristina Swenor 0:41:05.27; 179) Cindy Cooper 0:41:07.52; 180) Michele Hugulet 0:41:09.69; 181) Jackie Matthisen 0:41:13.31; 182) Naomi Gallien 0:41:15.37; 183) Michaela Craft 0:41:15.82; 184) Kathy Jacobsen 0:41:17.24; 185) Rebecca Agalawatta 0:41:22.97; 186) Bronwyn Haynes 0:41:25.64; 187) Brittany Mcintyre 0:41:27.51; 188) Sarah Kleedehn 0:41:28.36; 189) Leslie Boughton 0:41:28.59; 190) Blair Robinson 0:41:29.49; 191) Bethany Lemelson 0:41:29.62; 192) Ava Harren 0:41:30.29; 193) Laurissa Brunk 0:41:31.64; 194) Sabrina Walker 0:41:32.42; 195) Trill Gates 0:41:37.72; 196) Kari Dupree 0:41:38.03; 197) Lauren Hundrup 0:41:38.15; 198) Sarah Peters 0:41:40.05; 199) Sarah Poggi 0:41:40.95; 200) Jaime Locke 0:41:41.03;


By BETH BRAGG
bbragg@adn.com