Mid-Columbia has 20 runners at Boston Marathon

April 21, 2014 

Prosser’s Kevin Gustafson was the top Mid-Columbia placer at the Boston Marathon on Monday.

Gustafson, 45, ran the course in 2 hours, 59 minutes, and 57 seconds.

That put him in 2,358th overall place.

Overall, the region was represented by 20 runners.

Here are the rest of the are’s runners and the statistics.

5,381 overall: Stephen Mazurkiewics, Richland, age 39, time of 3:15:28;

7,773: Diane Newton, Walla Walla, 33, 3:24:52;

9,624: Marcella Rietz, Walla Walla, 40, 3:30:58;

11,141: Daniel Hansen, Richland, 56, 3:36:02;

13,853: Reagan Grabner, West Richland, 32, 3:44:49;

14,335: Lori Bartol, Richland, 49, 3:46:32;

14,703: Elena Smith, Walla Walla, 44, 3:47:49;

15,041: Walburga Martin, Prosser, 41, 3:49:03;

15,428: Samuel Tucker, Milton-Freewater, 62, 3:50:30;

15,510: Ron Melton, Richland, 58, 3:50:48;

16,685: Dawn Callow, Boardman, 53, 3:54:54;

17,261: Gary Rittenbach, Walla Walla, 63, 3:56:57;

18,073: Doug Brown, Kennewick, 62, 3:59:56;

20,675: Amy Holt, Kennewick, 36, 4:13:25;

25,707: Cynthia Wrinkle, Milton-Freewater, 61, 4:46:49;

25,856: Ellie Hedel, Richland, 61, 4:48:03;

26,093: Judy Bell, Richland, 67, 4:49:43;

26,349: Susan Brain, Kennewick, 70, 4:51:58;

26,513: Darris Griffith, Kennewick, 41, 4:53:27.

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