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Zuber, Williams Take 2006 Gatorade Carnival Mile

April 29, 2006 — A total of 94 runners and walkers of all ages got out of their beds early to dash to the finish Saturday for the St. Thomas Association of Roadrunners' 24th annual Carnival Mile. Sponsored by Gatorade, the race — a one-mile dash stretching from Western Cemetery to Roosevelt Park — was held to benefit the American Red Cross of the Virgin Islands.
The winner of last week's Run for Cover race, Jeremy Zuber had caught the early St. John ferry and endured the long ride from Red Hook to get to the starting line on time. Four minutes and 46 seconds after the start, he captured first place among the men, sprinting the last part of the race relatively unchallenged.
Similarly, outstanding middle-distance specialist Aniecia Williams — who had broken through the 12-minute barrier for two miles at the Women's Jogger Jam in March and captured a medal at the CARIFTA games earlier in April — posted a women's first-place time of 5:32. With no other woman coming within 1 minute and 24 seconds of her time, the Ivanna Eudora Kean senior challenged even the top male finishers. Many consider Williams to possess world-class potential in the middle distances.
Winners were recognized in seven female and seven male age groups. Complete results follow below. Although there were many good performances worth noting, special attention should may be paid to the 6:56 time of Mellisa King in winning the 30-39 age group and to the 6:52 finish of 11-year-old Malik Todman in his age group.
Although the race course was especially busy with cars this year, the runners were attended by volunteers of the Civil Air Patrol, the American Red Cross and members of STAR.
For more information, contact Roy Watlington (777-8183) or Therese Hodge (775-6373).
Complete Results by Finishing Times
1. Jeremy Zuber 4:46, Overall top male finisher
2. J. Matthew Blaine 5:02
3. Bruce Sewer 5:22, Top male 30-39 group
4. Garth Hudson 5:31
5. Aniecia Williams 5:32, * Overall top female finisher*
6. Glenn Miller 5:38
7. Steve Burkholder 5:45, Top male 50-59 group
8. Bob Bowen 5:47, Top male 40-49 group
9. Dwight Ferguson 5:50
10. Maurice Kurg 5:52
11. Makenzie Shaw 5:54
12. Matthew Lunders 6:02
13. Brad Kappel 6:04
14. Daniel Keenan 6:05
15. Dean Chinnery 6:11
16. Tyler Rice 6:13
17. Nicholas VanHeurck 6:15
18. Pipe 6:16
19. Mick Schmidt 6:18
20. Randy Shaw 6:19
21. Tim Smith 6:22
22. Roy Rogers 6:34
23. Joseph Bartels 6:35
24. Tabari Davis 6:36
25. Alec Anderson 6:39
26. Fay Hsu 6:40
27. Daryl Dodson 6:42
28. Frank Jackson 6:43
29. Jason Budsan 6:44
30. Mark Meacham 6:47
31. Angel Josiah 6:49
32. David Nielsam 6:50
33. Malik Todman 6:53, Top male 12 & under group.
34. Matt Cook 6:54
35. Mellisa King 6:56, Top female 30-39 group.
36. Ian Barrows 7:11
37. Leshawn Andrew 7:13
38. Vincent Fuller 7:16, Top male 60 & over group
39. Cecille Arbour 7:18, Top female 40-49 group.
40. Adrianne Baird 7:19
41. Colette Monroe 7:21
42. Johnny Lenahan 7:22
43. Harry Lenahan 7:27
44. Christopher Cilliers 7:31
45. Robert Collins 7:46
46. Carol Lenahan 7:49
47. Gloria Salas-Lindquist 7:50, Top female 50-59 group.
48. I. Simon 7:55
49. Tracy Keenan 8:03
50. Keshema Fleming 8:10, Top female 12 & under group.
51. Tynequa Lee 8:11, Top female 13-18 group.
52. Tykela Lee 8:14
53. Anisha Smith 8:45
54. Martin Amid 8:57
55. Elizabeth Bartels 8:59
56. Lukata Samuel 9:01
57. Gigi Caines 9:03
58. Margot Murray 9:13
59. Karen Rice 9:16
60. Amos Frett 9:17
61. Ernesto Rodriguez 9:19
62. Jane Wherren 9:28
63. Kendra Neilsam 9:31
64. Monica Turein 9:59
65. Sandra Kelly 9:59
66. Phyllis Carrozze 10.13
67. Suzanne Cilliers 10:17
68. Monique Chetram 10:44
69. Silas Wisehart 10:56
70. Ryan Wisehart 10:57
71. Lisa Wisehart 10:58
72. Daniel Qualls 11:03
73. Francie Lenahan 11:58
74. Kait Kiefer 12:01
75. Christian Belcher 14:06
76. Janelle Zachman 14:07
77. Haley Belcher 14:08
78. Sidney Wheatley 14:09
80. Jonathan Qualls 14:13
81. Kevin Quall 14:14
82. Barbara Heyliger 15:18
83. George Francis 15:19
84. Ruby O'Neal 15:21
85. Rochelle Trotman 15:57
86. Jeron Jackson 16:55
87. Carol Mestemaker 16:56
88. Cherylyn Colaire 18:18
89. Benita Martin 18:19
90. Vickie Bernett 18:19
91. Caleb Gumbs 18:20
92. Nia Gumbs 18:45
93. JoAnne Sickler 18:59
94. Pat Bailey 19:02
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