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April 25, 2013

Stephens County residents to run in OKC Marathon

DUNCAN — Seventy-seven people from Stephens County will participate in the 13th annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon Sunday.

  Nearly 25,000 runners will take part in a marathon, a half-marathon, a relay, a 5K run and a kids’ marathon to commemorate the Murrah Federal Building bombing that killed 169 people April 19, 1995.

  Competitors, listed alphabetically by event, from Stephens County are:

  Marathon – Jody Atchley, Wendy Crosby, Jill Fritts, Rick Johnson.

  Half-Marathon – Lisa Berscheidt, Bradley Brown, Bradley Cronk, Julie Darling, Patricia Guinn, Greg Gothard, Julie Howell, Christina Kendall, Keelie Lipscomb, Amber Massey, David Meadows, Mike Milton, Jessica Metzer, Steve Metzer, Robin Mock, Jeff Moore, Kari Peercy, Mickey Peercy, Tori Peercy, Charley Pollock, Sheri Pollock, Amber Price, Jerry Pruett, Cindy Rauh, Melissa Ray,  Kristi Sanders, David Skinner.

  5-Person Relay – Leigh Bragg, Leah Byers, Freddie Crowson, Jacob Crowson, Leesha Crowson, Marissa Crowson, Nathan Crowson, Ben Ivory, Lisa Ivory, Matt Ivory, Sam Ivory, Samantha Ivory, Sarah Johnson, Karin Montgomery, Shelley Stewart, Kimberla Treat, Carol Wanzor, Kynn Wanzor, Sara Whaley, Kathy Wilson.

  Memorial 5K – Linda Andrews, Marilyn Brooks, Jayson Brown, Justyn Brown, Stephanie Coskrey, Leslie Gothard, Brian Hales, Jake Henderson, Megan Henderson, Sam Henderson, Blair Kohler, Barbara Nelson, Michael Nelson, Skylar Newberry, David Perkins, Dorothea Perkins, Judah Sheppard, Katherine Sheppard, Rachel Sheppard, Darla Skinner, Chris Talley, Jordan Talley, Kara Whitt, Katy Whitt, Bobbi Williams.

  The marathon, half-marathon and relay begin at 6:30 a.m. The 5K starts at 6:40 a.m. and the kids’ marathon begins at 8:15 a.m.




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