Kamiakin High School senior Phillip Fishburn turned in the top performance at Saturday’s 37th annual Lampson Cable Bridge Run in Kennewick and Pasco.
Fishburn won the 10-kilometer race in 33 minutes, 51 seconds, finishing just 3 seconds ahead of Richland High School freshman Riley Moore. Val Mendoza of Grandview was third in 34:48.
Michelle Fletcher of Kennewick won the women’s 10K in 38:02, finishing ahead of Richland’s Erin Hegarty (38:40) and Kennewick’s Stephanie Rexus (42:50).
Joel Such of Pierce, Colo., won the men’s 5K in 15:55, 10 seconds ahead of Marcel Such, also of Pierce. Cayle Turpen of Richland was third in 16:17.
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Alyssa Hawley of Spokane won the women’s 5K in 20:14. Prosser’s Andrea Slonecker was second (20:35) ahead of Richland’s Suzie Strickler (20:45).
Peyton Sperl of Prosser won the 1-mile in 5:51, well ahead of Joey Hatch of Prosser (6:20) and Jonas Richter of Richland (6:41). The women’s 1-mile was won by 11-year-old Mazie Hansen of Paterson in 7:30. Samantha Petersen of Kennewick was second (9:02) and Chrissy Beus of Pasco third (9:23).
For complete results, go to runsignup.com/Race/Results/?raceId=27638#resultSetId-19084.