Supan wins close Boogie to the Bank 10K race Saturday

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  • From left, Rebecca Kyle of Whitefish along with Raychel and Courtney Hoerner of Columbia Falls, come down Nucleus Avenue during the Boogie to the Bank 5K race in Columbia Falls Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Beau Umbriaco comes down Nucleus Avenue during the Boogie to the Bank race Saturday. Umbriaco finished 12th in the 5K. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Richard Role of Columbia Falls was sixth the 5K portion of the Boogie to the Bank Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Joe Lamb of Columbia Falls was second in the 5K at the Boogie to the Bank Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • From left, Rebecca Kyle of Whitefish along with Raychel and Courtney Hoerner of Columbia Falls, come down Nucleus Avenue during the Boogie to the Bank 5K race in Columbia Falls Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Beau Umbriaco comes down Nucleus Avenue during the Boogie to the Bank race Saturday. Umbriaco finished 12th in the 5K. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Richard Role of Columbia Falls was sixth the 5K portion of the Boogie to the Bank Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Joe Lamb of Columbia Falls was second in the 5K at the Boogie to the Bank Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

Only seven seconds separated the top two finishers in the mens’ 10K race during the Heritage Days Boogie to the Bank Saturday. Sean Supan (37:16.13), a 17-year-old runner from Normal University High School in Illinois, barely beat out 41-year-old Seth Westfall (37:23.46) of Westerville, Ohio for the title while Gabe Knudsen of Columbia Falls was third, just 25 seconds behind Supan.

Columbia Falls had two other runners in the top 10 as Braydon Hallet finished fourth and Erich Peitzsch was ninth.

On the womens’ side, Jaycie Schmalz of Kalispell won the 10K race with a time of 41:29.80 while Niki Dezzani of Columbia Falls was second at 41:55.29. Jenny Martin of Columia Falls was seventh.

In the 5K races, Hannah Perrin of Lakeside won the the womens’ race with a time of 19:34.24 while Aren Alexander-Battee of Kalispell won the mens’ race with a time of 16:18.91.

More than 325 racers took to the course this year.

Top 5 racers in each event:

10K Women

1. Jaycie Schmalz, Kalispell, 41:29.80

2. Niki Dezzani, C-Falls, 41:55.29

3. Janelle Bykowski, Lethbridge, AB, 42:13.04

4. Laura Mrak, Coaldale, AB, 43:20.79

5. Libby Bergman, Kalispell, 44:08.32

10K Men

1. Sean Supan, Carlock, Ill., 37:16.13

2. Seth Westfall, Westerville, Ohio, 37:23.46

3. Gabe Knudsen, C-Falls, 37:41.67

4. Braydon Hallett, C-Falls, 37:59.55

5. David Shearon, Whitefish, 39:35.66

5K Run Women

1. Hannah Perrin, Lakeside, 19:34.24

2. Katherine Wright, Polson, 19:45.34

3. Tori Gillespie, Kalispell, 19:51.32

4. Jessica Henson, Whitefish, 20:30.72

5. Genevieve Delorme, C-Falls, 20:41.68

5K Run Men

1. Aren Alexander-Battee, Kalispell, 16:18.91

2. Joe Lamb, C-Falls, 17:02.86

3. Bill Brist, Great Falls, 17:49.82

4. Owen Stewart, Lethbridge, AB, 18:00.70

5. Wylie Schroeder, Kalispell, 18:22.97

5K Walk Women

1. Jennie Henson, Whitefish, 35:15.81

2. Lexi Wetzel, C-Falls, 40:07.19

3. Julie Ackerly (NA), 45:29.66

4. Kathy Ackerly (NA), 45:31.45

5. Barbara Penner, C-Falls, 45:47.03

5K Walk Men

1. Jeremy Wetzel, C-Falls, 26:42.48

2. Rocker Ackerly, Bigfork, 45:31.44

3. Steve Penner, C-Falls, 45:46.40

4. Scott Dereu, C-Falls, 46:28.46

5. Martin Shrock, Kalispell, 48:19.25

10K Hand Cyclist

1. David Nickelson, Winter Garden, Fla., 19:16.15

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