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Lundy wins 107th race


DIPSEA

HER TRIUMPHANT RETURN HIGHLIGHTS 2017 EDITION

PHOTOS CONTRIBUTED BY SHERRY LAVARS


Winner Chris Lundy, 46, of Sausalito is greeted by some of the top 35 finishers following the 107th Annual Dipsea in Stinson Beach on Sunday. The 7.4-mile footrace is the oldest trail
race in America.

Sausalito resident, who’s finished second 3 times,


returns from hamstring injury to capture crown
By Danny Schmidt
sea — a 7.4-mile trail footrace
dschmidt@marinij.com
from Mill Valley to Stinson Beach
@therealdschmidt on Twitter that’s handicapped by age, gender
and previous performances — af-
Sausalito’s Chris Lundy locked ter undergoing hamstring surgery
in on race leader Jamie Rivers on her left leg — repairing a ten-
with about six minutes to go and don avulsion that plagued her
knew she had plenty of time to running career in previous years
TOP 10 FINISHERS
catch the decorated runner. — in February 2016. Her lengthy 1. Chris Lundy 49:09
The only obstacle standing be- recovery process only allowed her 2. Alex Varner 49:29
tween Lundy and her first-ever to run three races in the past two 3. Jamie Rivers 50:08
Dipsea title was San Rafael’s Alex years, including Sunday’s Dipsea.
Varner, a speedster who began 11 The hamstring didn’t bother 4. Matias Saari 50:34
minutes after Lundy and 24 be- her in the triumphant return, 5. Galen Burrell 50:55
hind Rivers and was closing in she said. 6. Gus Gibbs 51:09
quickly. “Other than being a little un- 7. Andy Ames 51:10
Lundy, 46, passed Rivers with dertrained, I felt good,” said 8. Clay Bullwinkel 51:18
less than a mile remaining and Lundy, a veterinarian in San
crossed the finish line 20 sec- Francisco who was a member of 9. Heath Hibbard 51:21
onds before Varner, capturing the the US Track and Field Mountain 10. Roy Rivers 51:37
107th Dipsea crown on a chilly, Running Team from 2005-13. “I
windy Sunday morning at Stin- felt really good for once. Every-
son Beach. Lundy, who clocked in thing just came together on the
at 49 minutes, 9 seconds (1:01.09 right day. No injuries make a big
without the handicap), entered difference. Online: See all of this
Sunday’s race with three second- “It feels great. I’m really happy. month’s coverage of
place finishes and six women’s It was (the goal to win), but I the 107th Dipsea Race at
best time awards. But never first would’ve been OK if I didn’t. I just MARINIJ.COM .
place overall. wanted to feel good racing. I re- Chris Lundy, 46, of Sausalito crosses the finish line first to win
Lundy missed last June’s Dip- DIPSEA >> PAGE 5 during the 107th Annual Dipsea in Stinson Beach on Sunday.

NBA FINALS TUNE IN BASEBALL

Cavs’ Irving remains a Series: Golden State leads 3-1


Game 5: Cavaliers at Warriors Posey, Pence power Giants
challenge for Warriors
When: Monday, 6 p.m.
TV/Radio: ABC/95.7 FM past Twins after 2 defeats
By Anthony Slater
either win it or are in it until the to Oracle where, in that cru- By Andrew Baggarly THE SCORE
Bay Area News Group
end. When he doesn’t, the War- cial series-altering Game 5, Ir- Bay Area News Group
riors run away. ving delivered the most impor- GIANTS 13, TWINS 8
OAKLAND >> Plenty of factors So among the many possible tant performance of his career SAN FRANCISCO >> Hunter Pence Up next: Royals at Giants
differentiate last year’s Game 5 Monday night formulas that to this point: 41 points on 17-of- arrived at the ballpark Sunday When: Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.
and this year’s Game 5 of the lead to a Warriors title: Slow 24 shooting. morning and got back to the busi- TV/Radio: NBCS-BA/680 AM
NBA Finals. Draymond Green Kyrie Irving, raise the trophy. To this moment, this year’s ness of being himself.
isn’t suspended, Kevin Durant Don’t and this series gets scary. Finals have played out simi- That meant taking aggres-
lives in the Bay Area, these War- Go back and trace his Finals larly for Irving. He was rela- sive swings. It meant rapping out ward. It was just not comfortable.
riors are healthier in totality. last year. In the first two games tively quiet the first two games three doubles in the San Fran- “There was probably some sym-
But among the factors that in Oracle Arena, both Warrior — again both Warrior run- cisco Giants’ 13-8 victory over the bolism there. It’s time to go back
remain the same: Kyrie Irving blowout wins, Irving did very away wins — scoring 24 and Minnesota Twins. to being me.”
is a nightmare for the Warriors little: 7-of-22 shooting in Game 19 points on a combined 18-of- And it meant pulling his pant High black socks, bird legs and
to corral and quite possibly the 1, 5-of-14 shooting in Game 2, 45 shooting. But upon return- legs back above his kneecaps, a all.
biggest barometer for how these just 36 points total in 71 min- ing to Cleveland, he’s erupted: day after an experiment in hab- After two limp losses, the en-
Finals games play out. utes. Then the series returned 38 points on 16-of-29 in Game erdashery went terribly wrong. tire middle of the Giants order re-
LeBron James is going to to Cleveland and Irving redis- 3 and 40 points on 15-of-27 in “That was the first and proba- minded itself that it is still capa-
be LeBron James. Win or lose covered his groove: 12-of-25 in Game 4. bly the last time I had my pants ble of driving in runs in big spots,
against the Warriors, he’s often a Game 3 win, 14-of-28 in a nar- Now Game 5 arrives with Ir- down on the baseball field,” said and not far removed from much
fantastic regardless. But when row Game 4 loss, 64 points total ving and the Cavaliers looking Pence, who made a uniform brighter stages.
Irving, his streaky co-star, is in 80 minutes. to duplicate last year, while the change Saturday hoping to start Buster Posey threaded a two-
backing up LeBron’s mega num- Gathered at home, that scor- Warriors attempt to alter that fresh and ended up going 0 for 4 run double that erased a one-run
bers with his own, the Cavaliers ing momentum followed him WARRIORS >> PAGE 8 with three strikeouts. “It felt awk- GIANTS >> PAGE 2
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SPORTS | MARINIJ.COM MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2017

PIRATE’S BOOTY MARIN BRIEFS

Alcatraz escape, but with no swim


Tiburon’s Viola Ghoussaini (1:56.29, 76th)
and Kathy Winkler, whose
the top three and all four
Marin Rowing teams com-
provided the game-tying
RBI base hit in the second
finishes 20th in time of 2:01.47 led the wom- peting at the US Youth Na- inning while Miles Wil-
sans-swimming en’s 50-54 age group. Kris-
ten Ghoussaini also com-
tional Championships fin-
ished in the top 10 this
liams (2-for-4), who scored
the first run, drove in Jake
triathlon field pleted the race.
Marin had 24 finishers
weekend.
The women’s varsity and
Taylor for the go-ahead run
in the bottom of the eighth
Marin Independent Journal overall. From Corte Madera, men’s lightweight 8 teams at Albert Park in San Ra-
Joe Elliott, Kathleen Frost, finished 3rd in their event fael.
Tiburon’s Ritch Viola Jeannie Lin and Terry McK- while the women’s light- Yohailys Millord picked
was the top finishers from ellips; From Mill Valley, Ka- weight team finished 5th. up the win in relief and
Marin at Sunday’s Escape tei Fast, Pete Flemin, Euan The men’s varsity squad fin- Garrett Granitz earned the
From Alcatraz Triathlon, McNair, Amy Spencer and ished 8th. save. Julian Esquibel struck
which turned into a duath- Van Wilshire; From Novato, out five batters in his 2-2/3
lon as the swimming por- Brian Gavin, Heidi Kirby and Pacifics win innings.
tion had to be cancelled due Simon Kirby; From San Ra-
The Pacifics allowed one The Pacifics begin a se-
to high winds. fael, Ryan Graff, Erik Revai,
run in the first inning but ries in Pittsburg with the
Viola, 45, finished 20th Tex Ritter; Sausalito’s David
tied it up in the second be- Diamonds on Tuesday at
overall with his time 1:45.27 Dali, Brian Le, Tetsu Okano
fore eventually claiming a 6:30 p.m.. They return
and was first in the men’s and Tomoya Yamashiki.2-1 victory over the Sonoma home for a weekend series
45-49 age group. Stompers on Sunday after- against the reigning cham-
Other top finishers from Rowing Nationals noon. pion Stompers on Friday at
Tiburon included Nick Two teams placed in Catcher Mark Lindsay 7:05 p.m.

BASEBALL

A’s continue finding new ways to lose


GENE J. PUSKAR — THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Oakland falls again THE SCORE
Pittsburgh Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen, top, is tagged in series finale with RAYS 5, A’S 4
out by Miami Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto as he
attempts to score on a ground out by Pirates’ John Jaso blown leads to Rays Up next: A’s at Marlins
in the sixth inning in Pittsburgh on Sunday. When: Tuesday, 4:10 p.m.
By John Hickey TV/Radio: NBCS-CA/
Bay Area News Group 95.7 FM
STANLEY CUP FINAL ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. >> Is
a single and Coulombe’s er-
Penguins end Predators’
there a good living to be
made in finding new ways ror. Either Coulombe should
to lose baseball games? have held on to the ball or
run, repeat as champs The Oakland A’s, 5-4 los-
ers to Tampa Bay on Sun-
one of the fielders should
have made it to first base,
day, seem be working under but there was no way Smith
By Teresa M. Walker
to be tough all year, but we that premise. should have wound up at
The Associated Press
just tried to keep with it,” After blowing leads of third.
Crosby said. “We had a lot 3-0 and 4-3, Oakland’s in- Moments later he scored
NASHVILLE, TENN. >> Sid- of injuries and things like ability to play baseball the STEVE NESIUS — THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on a Corey Dickerson sac-
ney Crosby is bringing the that. We just kept finding way baseball is supposed to A’s reliever Daniel Coulombe tags out the Rays’ Tim rifice fly, and that was the
Stanley Cup back home to ways. That was really what be played cropped up again Beckham after he was caught in a run down between first game, Oakland’s 11th loss in
Pittsburgh for a second we did all season, all play- in the seventh inning. and second base during the sixth inning Sunday in St. the last 16 games and 23rd
consecutive year. offs. It’s great to be able to This time around it Petersburg, Fla. in 32 road games this sea-
Patric Hornqvist scored do it.” was an inability to defend son.
with 1:35 left and Matt Crosby also won his against a bunt that did the throw it toward first base. ball after seeing the bunt The error was the A’s
Murray made 27 saves for second consecutive Conn A’s in. Tampa center fielder Big mistake. and Lowrie rotating over 62nd of the season in 63
his second straight shutout Smythe Trophy as Stanley Mallex Smith was just Or perhaps the mistake to cover the base without games, by far the most in
as the Penguins became Cup MVP to go along with trying to get something belonged to either sec- having arrived. the big leagues. And it was
the first team in nearly two his third championship. started in a 4-4 game in ond baseman Jed Lowrie The Coulombe throw the ninth by an A’s pitcher.
decades to repeat as cham- He finished second on the the seventh inning. Oak- or first baseman Yonder split between them, rolled Oakland hurlers made nine
pion with a 2-0 win over team with 27 points (eight land reliever Daniel Cou- Alonso. Neither was any- into foul territory in right in 162 games last season, so
the Nashville Predators in goals and 19 assists) in the lombe was quick to pounce where near the base, Alonso field and Smith wound up things aren’t going in the
Game 6 on Sunday night. postseason and was seem- on the ball, pick it up and having charged toward the at third on what was ruled right direction at all.
The Penguins won their ingly everywhere in Game
fifth title — all of which 5 when he racked up three
have been clinched on the assists in a 6-0 win to put BASEBALL ROUNDUP
road — to tie the Wayne his team on the doorstep
Gretzky-Mark Messier-
era Edmonton Oilers for
sixth on the all-time list.
of another title.
“It goes by pretty quick,
I’ll tell you that,” Crosby
Judge hits 2 homers as Yankees rout Orioles
The Detroit Red Wings in said. “It’s pretty special. The Associated Press fence beyond the back row helping the Dodgers finish run homer for Toronto, and
1997 and ‘98 were the last ... We found out just how of the bleachers. off the sweep. J.A. Happ struck out eight
champion to defend their tough it is, but it’s a great NEW YORK >> Rookie sensa- Judge lined a drive into RANGERS 5, NATIONALS 1 >> in six innings.
title. The Penguins are the feeling.” tion Aaron Judge hit two the right-center seats in his Max Scherzer struck out 10 INDIANS 4, WHITE SOX 2 >>
first to do it in the salary- Hornqvist scored off more home runs, includ- next at-bat, and also dou- to move past 2,000 for his Carlos Carrasco took a shut-
cap era. Nashville goalie Pekka ing a drive that cleared the bled earlier. career, but was outpitched out into the sixth and three
“We knew it was going Rinne’s left elbow. distant bleachers at Yan- Adam War ren (2-1) by Austin Bibens-Dirkx and relievers combined for 3 2/3
kee Stadium and sent New pitched 1 2/3 scoreless in- the Rangers completed the scoreless innings, leading
York romping past Balti- nings for the win. sweep of the weekend series. Cleveland to the victory.
Monday’s local events more 14-3 Sunday for its Baltimore right-hander CARDINALS 6, PHILLIES 5 >> PIRATES 3, MARLINS 1 >> Ivan
fifth straight win. Kevin Gausman (3-5) was Dexter Fowler hit a three- Nova pitched six shutout in-
No events scheduled Even by his lofty feats, it tagged for seven runs and run homer for St. Louis, and nings, Elias Diaz drove in
was quite a power show by eight hits in 3 1/3 innings. Adam Wainwright tossed two runs and the Pirates
the 6-foot-7 Judge. He leads CUBS 7, ROCKIES 5 >> Addi- five solid innings. beat Jeff Locke and the
Tuesday’s local events the majors with 21 homers son Russell had a go-ahead ANGELS 12, ASTROS 6 >> Al- Marlins.
and tops the AL with 47 home run for his first big bert Pujols homered in the DIAMONDBACKS 11, BREW-
MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL RBIs and a .344 batting av- contribution since an ab- first inning and Eric Young ERS 1 >> Robbie Ray struck
San Rafael Pacifics at Pittsburg: 6:30 p.m., Pittsburg erage. sence in the wake of a Ma- Jr. had a career-high four out 12 in 6 2/3 shutout in-
In the sixth, Judge jor League Baseball investi- RBIs, helping the Angels nings, Paul Goldschmidt hit
launched a mammoth shot gation into domestic abuse rally for the win. a grand slam and the Dia-
to left-center field that was allegations, and the Cubs METS 2, BRAVES 1 >> Seth mondbacks pulled away for
On the Air Monday estimated at 495 feet, the stopped the Rockies’ seven- Lugo pitched seven crisp the win.
longest homer in the ma- game winning streak. innings in his season de- ROYALS 8, PADRES 3 >> Mike
MLB
jors this season, accord- DODGERS 9, REDS 7 >> Corey but, leading the Mets to the Moustakas homered twice
MLB First-Year Player Draft: First round and first compensation ing to Statcast. The ball Seager capped Los Angeles’ road win. for Kansas City, and Jake
round, 4 p.m., MLBN bounced off the bare hands six-run eighth inning with BLUE JAYS 4, MARINERS 0 >> Junis pitched seven-plus

COLLEGE BASEBALL
of a fan standing behind a his first career grand slam, Josh Donaldson hit a two- solid innings.
Super regionals
Teams TBA: 10 a.m., ESPN2

Giants
Teams TBA: 1 p.m., ESPN2 stolen third base, to get the
Teams TBA: 4 p.m., ESPN2 Giants within a run.
Teams TBA: 5:30 p.m., ESPN Then Tomlinson walked
NBA FINALS FROM PAGE 1 and Nuñez singled on a
Game 5: Cavaliers at Warriors, 6 p.m., ABC, ESPNDEP, 95.7 FM slow roller to shortstop to
SAILING
deficit in the seventh in- set the table in the seventh
ning and finished with a against Matt Belisle. Hill
America’s Cup Yachting: Challenger Playoff Final in Bermuda, season high four RBIs, Aus- fouled off a bunt attempt
10 a.m., NBCSN tin Slater also drove in four before swinging away for
On the Air Tuesday while finishing a home run
short of the cycle and the
a foul pop to catcher Jason
Castro — the kind of exe-
Giants broke out for nine cution mistake that offen-
MLB
runs over their final two sively challenged teams like
Brewers at Cardinals: 11 a.m., MLBN innings while avoiding a the Giants simply cannot af-
A’s at Marlins: 4 p.m., NBSCA, 95.7 FM
Cubs at Mets or Braves at Nationals: 4 p.m., MLBN home sweep against a first ford to make.
Royals at Giants: 7 p.m., NBS, 680 AM place opponent. As much as the final score
Pence’s hosiery was un- was a runaway, Posey’s dou-
WNBA important. The reminder MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ — THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ble might have decided ev-
Dallas at Los Angeles: 7 p.m., ESPN2 that it provided? That The Twins’ Joe Mauer scores past Giants catcher Nick erything.
might have been just what Hundley, left, during the fifth inning Sunday in San “It was just very clutch,”
he needed. Francisco. Pence said. “It’s really re-
“It was like turning the markable to me. You could
Where the Pros are page,” he said. “I didn’t feel Pence is 34 years old and ter among catchers for the say we’re going through a
NBA PLAYOFFS too far off and today I felt has another $18 million NL All-Star team. Posey is tough stretch, a tough start,
Golden State Warriors: warriors.com, 95.7 FM
I made some good adjust- coming his way next year, a cleanup hitter who is con- and that’s when you find out
ments.” and it will be hard for the tending for an NL batting what people are made of.
Monday: *Thursday: *Sunday: Pence found some mean- Giants to have any chance title, and yet there were 189 He’s been just unbelievable.
vs. Cleveland at Cleveland vs. Cleveland
6 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. ing in going back to his fa- of success in the medium major league players who Character, skill, everything.”
ABC ABC ABC miliar look. He has worn his term without his right- had driven in more runs Posey’s hit satisfied an
pant legs up ever since he handed bat making an im- this season. announced sellout crowd
MLB was 12 years old, except for pact in the middle of the But Posey was able to that got to enjoy more than
San Francisco Giants: sfgiants.com, 680 AM a time in the Houston As- lineup again. drive teammates home on merely a day in the sun-
tros minor league system The same will be true for three occasions to help take shine. Then he scored when
Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday:
vs. Kansas City vs. Kansas City at Colorado when their rules forbade it. Brandon Crawford, Bran- Matt Cain off the hook for a Pence doubled to the left-
7:15 p.m. 12:45 p.m. 5:40 p.m. Several of his Giants team- don Belt and Denard Span, loss. He hit an RBI ground center gap — one of the Gi-
NBS NBS NBC Bay Area mates encouraged him to who both took the day off out in the Giants’ two-run ants’ eight doubles in the
try something different on against Twins left-hander first inning after Kelby game, which matched the
Oakland A’s: athletics.com, 95.7 FM Saturday, and considering Nik Turley. And it is true for Tomlinson and Eduardo San Francisco-era franchise
his .228 average and the Posey, who had just 19 RBIs Nuñez had collected hits record.
Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: 3-for-22 he’d been drag- even though he entered the and Hill lifted a sacrifice fly. “Hopefully it gets him
at Miami at Miami vs. N.Y. Yankees ging since returning from game with a .341 average Posey’s one-out single in rolling,” Posey said of Pence.
4:10 p.m. 9:10 a.m. 7:05 p.m. the disabled list, there was and eight home runs, and the fifth inning scored Nu- “We all know what he’s ca-
NBSCA NBSCA NBSCA
little to lose. was the leading vote get- ñez, who had doubled and pable of doing.”
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Scoreboard Rays 5, Athletics 4
Oakland Tampa Bay
Neshek
Neris
1
1
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
Gregerson 1 0 0 0 0
Paulino pitched to 2 batters in the 5th
1 Kershaw, Los Angeles, 2.20; Scherzer,
Washington, 2.36; Leake, St. Louis, 2.70;
Strasburg, Washington, 2.80; Nova,
Soccer
St. Louis WP: Paulino, Hoyt, Hernandez.
AB RH B AB R H B
MLB Brugman lf 5 0 2 0 M.Smith cf 3 2 3 1 Wnwrght W,7-45 6 2 2 2 4 T: 3:39; A: 32,425 (42,060).
Pittsburgh, 2.83; Ray, Arizona, 2.86;
Lynn, St. Louis, 2.88; Gonzalez, Wash- MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
Pinder ss 5 0 1 0 Dckrson dh2 1 1 2 Lyons 1 1 0 0 0 1 ington, 2.91; Anderson, Milwaukee, 2.94;
Lowrie 2b 5 1 1 0 Lngoria 3b 4 0 1 1 Bowman 1 1 1 1 1 0 Yankees 14, Orioles 3 Martinez, St. Louis, 2.96; 1 tied at 3.16.
WESTERN CONFERENCE
NATIONAL LEAGUE K.Davis dh 5 0 2 1 Mrrison 1b 4 0 1 0 Rosenthal 1 0 0 0 0 3 Baltimore New York Strikeouts
Oh S,15-17 1 4 2 2 0 2 W L T Pts GF GA
Alonso 1b 2 2 0 0 Sza Jr. rf 4 0 0 0 AB R H B AB R H B Scherzer, Washington, 124; Kershaw, Los
WEST DIVISION Healy 3b 4 1 1 0 Rasmus lf 4 1 2 1 HBP: by Wainwright (Kendrick); WP: S.Smith rf 5 1 2 1 Gardner lf 4 2 1 0 Angeles, 101; Greinke, Arizona, 100; Sa- Kansas City 7 4 5 26 20 11
Ramos; Schoop 2b 4 0 1 1 Rfsnydr lf 1 0 0 0 mardzija, San Francisco, 100; Martinez, Portland 7 5 3 24 26 21
Vogt c 4 0 2 3 Beckham ss4 0 2 0
W L Pct GB T: 3:09; A: 47,325 (43,975); St. Louis, 99; Ray, Arizona, 95; deGrom,
Joyce rf 3 0 0 0 De.Nrrs c 4 0 0 0 A.Jones cf 3 0 0 0 A.Hicks cf 3 2 1 2 FC Dallas 6 3 5 23 21 13
New York, 94; Strasburg, Washington,
Colorado 41 24 .631 _ Ra.Dvis cf 3 0 1 0 Daniel. 2b 3 1 1 0 Kim ph-lf 1 0 0 0 Judge rf 4 4 4 3 89; Cueto, San Francisco, 81; Arrieta, Houston 7 6 2 23 27 22
Los Angeles 39 25 .609 1 1/2 Olson ph 0 0 0 0 Mets 2, Braves 1 Trumbo dh 4 0 0 0 Au.Rmne c 0 0 0 0 Chicago, 79; 1 tied at 76. Vancouver 6 6 1 19 18 18
Arizona 39 26 .600 2 Rosales pr 0 0 0 0 New York Atlanta C.Davis 1b 4 0 1 0 Hlliday dh 3 2 1 2 Seattle 5 6 4 19 18 22
San Francisco 26 39 .400 15 Totals 36 4 10 4 32 5 11 5 AB R H B AB R H B Givens p 0 0 0 0 S.Cstro 2b 5 2 2 4 San Jose 5 6 4 19 16 20
San Diego 24 40 .375 16 1/2 Cnforto lf 4 1 2 0 Incarte cf 3 0 1 0 Mancini lf 2 0 1 0 G.Sanch c 5 1 1 3
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Galaxy 5 5 3 18 19 19
Oakland 020 101 000 — 4
CENTRAL DIVISION Cespdes ph 1 0 0 0 Bra.Phl 2b 4 0 0 0 W.Cstll c 3 0 0 0 Grgrius ss 5 0 2 0 Minn. Utd. 4 8 2 14 19 33
Tampa Bay 000 031 10x — 5 Batting
Ad.Reed p 0 0 0 0 Mrkakis rf 4 0 2 0 Rickard cf 1 0 0 0 Carter 1b 3 0 2 0 Salt Lake 4 10 2 14 15 35
E: M.Smith (1), Coulombe (1); DP: Judge, New York, .345; Segura, Seattle,
W L Pct GB Lagares cf 3 0 1 1 M.Kemp lf 3 0 1 0 J.Hardy ss 3 1 2 0 Trreyes 3b 4 1 1 0 Colorado 4 8 1 13 12 18
Oakland 1; LOB: Oakland 9, Tampa Bay 6; .341; Trout, Los Angeles, .337; Garcia,
Milwaukee 33 31 .516 _ Flores 1b 3 0 0 1 M.Adams 1b4 0 0 0 C.Jseph c 0 0 0 0 Chicago, .332; Bogaerts, Boston, .332;
2B: Vogt (7), M.Smith (2), Dickerson (20), EASTERN CONFERENCE
Chicago 31 31 .500 1 Bruce rf 4 0 1 0 Flowers c 3 1 1 0 Tejada 3b 4 1 2 1 Dickerson, Tampa Bay, .328; Castro, New
Morrison (11), Daniel.Robertson (4); 3B:
N.Wlker 2b 2 0 1 0 Camargo 3b4 0 0 0 Totals 34 3 93 37141514 York, .325; Altuve, Houston, .322; Hicks, W L T Pts GF GA
St. Louis 29 32 .475 2 1/2 Lowrie (1); HR: Rasmus (9); SB: K.Davis
(2); CS: Beckham (2); SF: Dickerson (1). A.Cbrra ss 3 0 0 0 Swanson ss3 0 0 1 New York, .317; Hosmer, Kansas City,
Cincinnati 29 33 .468 3 Baltimore 003 000 000 — 3 .314; 1 tied at .310. Toronto FC 8 2 5 29 26 15
Pittsburgh 28 35 .444 4 1/2 IP H R ER BB SO R.Rvera c 4 0 0 0 J.Grcia p 2 0 1 0 Chicago 8 3 4 28 25 16
New York 500 203 40x — 14 RBI
J.Reyes 3b 3 0 1 0 Da.Sntn ph 1 0 0 0 N.Y. City FC 7 5 3 24 27 19
EAST DIVISION Oakland S.Lugo p 3 1 1 0 Vzcaino p 0 0 0 0 E: Schoop (7); DP: Baltimore 2, New Judge, New York, 47; Cruz, Seattle,
York 2; LOB: Baltimore 7, New York 8; 46; Sano, Minnesota, 46; Pujols, Los Orlando City 7 5 3 24 16 18
W L Pct GB Hahn 5 7 3 3 2 5 Blevins p 0 0 0 0 Jose.Rm p 0 0 0 0
2B: S.Smith (7), Schoop (19), J.Hardy Angeles, 45; Holliday, New York, 44; Columbus 7 8 1 22 24 26
Hendriks BS,2 2/3 2 1 1 0 1 Grndrsn ph 1 0 1 0 Krol p 0 0 0 0
Washington 38 24 .613 _ (8), Tejada (2), A.Hicks (13), Judge (11), Smoak, Toronto, 43; Garcia, Chicago, 42; New England 5 5 5 20 26 21
Coulombe L,0-1 2/3 1 1 0 0 0 Totals 31 2 82 31 1 61 Gregorius (9); HR: Judge 2 (21), S.Castro Castro, New York, 41; Davis, Oakland, 41;
New York 28 33 .459 9 1/2 New York 6 7 2 20 15 21
Axford 1 2/3 1 0 0 0 2 (12), G.Sanchez (10). Mazara, Texas, 41; 2 tied at 40.
Miami 27 35 .435 11 New York 101 000 000 — 2 Atlanta Utd. 5 6 3 18 28 22
Tampa Bay Atlanta 010 000 000 — 1 IP H R ER BB SO Hits Montreal 4 4 5 17 20 19
Atlanta 27 35 .435 11 Archer 6 7 4 4 3 8 Dickerson, Tampa Bay, 82; Castro, New Philadelphia 4 6 4 16 20 18
Philadelphia 21 40 .344 16 1/2 Whitley W,2-1 1 0 0 0 0 0 DP: New York 1, Atlanta 1; LOB: New York Baltimore York, 79; Altuve, Houston, 78; Garcia,
Saturday's games 8, Atlanta 7; 2B: Conforto (13), Bruce D.C. United 4 7 3 15 10 21
Diaz 1 1 0 0 0 1 Gausman L,3-53 1/3 8 7 7 6 0 Chicago, 75; Hosmer, Kansas City, 75;
Texas 6, Washington 3, 11 innings (14), S.Lugo (1), Flowers (6); SB: J.Reyes Andrus, Texas, 74; Bogaerts, Boston, 74; Note: Three points for victory, one point
Colome S,18-211 2 0 0 1 1 Verrett 2 2/3 3 3 2 1 2
(9); CS: J.Reyes (1); SF: Flores (2), Swan- Judge, New York, 72; Lowrie, Oakland, for tie.
N.Y. Mets 6, Atlanta 1, 1st game Archer pitched to 2 batters in the 7th son (3); S: Lagares (1). Yacabonis 1 2 4 4 2 1
St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 0 68; Simmons, Los Angeles, 68; 1 tied Saturday’s games
T: 3:26; A: 13,640 (31,042). Givens 1 2 0 0 0 1
IP H R ER BB SO at 67. Chicago 2, Atlanta Utd. 0
Colorado 9, Chicago Cubs 1 New York
Minnesota 3, Giants 2 Home runs Montreal 1, Kansas City 1, tie
National League New York Green 2 2 2 2 1 3
Judge, New York, 21; Smoak, Toronto,
Pittsburgh 7, Miami 6 Portland 2, FC Dallas 0
Lugo W,1-0 7 6 1 1 2 6 Shreve 1 2 1 1 0 2
Kansas City 12, San Diego 6 Diamondbacks 11, Brewers 1 18; Davis, Oakland, 17; Gallo, Texas, 17; Saturday, June 17
Blevins 1 0 0 0 0 1 Holder 1 2/3 2 0 0 1 0 Morrison, Tampa Bay, 17; Moustakas,
N.Y. Mets 8, Atlanta 1, 2nd game Milwaukee Arizona Reed S,11-13 1 0 0 0 0 2 Warren W,2-11 2/3 1 0 0 0 1 Kansas City, 17; Springer, Houston, 17; Seattle at N.Y. City FC, 10 a.m.
Arizona 3, Milwaukee 2 AB R H B AB R H B German 2 2/3 2 0 0 1 1 Alonso, Oakland, 16; Trout, Los Angeles, Columbus at Atlanta Utd., 4 p.m.
Atlanta
L.A. Dodgers 5, Cincinnati 4 Brinson lf 2 0 0 0 G.Blnco cf 3 2 1 0 Green pitched to 2 batters in the 3rd 16; Sano, Minnesota, 15; 4 tied at 14. Chicago at New England, 4:30 p.m.
Garcia L,2-5 7 7 2 2 2 9
Sunday's games Thames 1b 4 0 0 0 D.Prlta rf 5 3 3 2 WP: Gausman 2; Pitching Montreal at Orlando City, 4:30 p.m.
Vizcaino 1 0 0 0 0 0
N.Y. Mets 2, Atlanta 1 Do.Sntn rf 4 0 1 0 Bracho p 0 0 0 0 T: 3:38; A: 46,348 (49,642); Keuchel, Houston, 9-0; Sale, Boston, D.C. United at Toronto FC, 5 p.m.
Ramirez 2/3 1 0 0 1 0
Pittsburgh 3, Miami 1 H.Perez 3b 4 0 1 0 Gldschm 1b5 1 3 4 8-2; Santana, Minnesota, 8-3; Vargas, Kansas City at San Jose, 6 p.m.
Krol 1/3 0 0 0 0 0
Bandy c 4 0 0 0 Lamb 3b 4 0 0 1 Kansas City, 8-3; Pineda, New York, Portland at Colorado, 6:30 p.m.
St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 5 HBP: by Lugo (Flowers), by Ramirez Indians 4, White Sox 2 7-3; Sabathia, New York, 7-2; Stroman,
Chicago Cubs 7, Colorado 5 Broxton cf 4 1 1 1 Drury 2b 3 1 1 1 (Walker); WP: Garcia; FC Dallas at Vancouver, 7 p.m.
Sogard 2b 4 0 0 0 Dscalso lf 3 1 1 0 Chicago Cleveland Toronto, 7-2; 10 tied at 6-5.
Giants 13, Minnesota 8 T: 3:01; A: 30,638 (41,500); Minn. Utd. at Salt Lake, 7 p.m.
Arcia ss 2 0 1 0 Bradley p 0 0 0 0 AB R H B AB R H B ERA
Texas 5, Washington 1 Houston at Galaxy, 8 p.m.
C.Andrs p 1 0 0 0 Hzlbker ph 1 1 1 0 L.Grcia cf 3 0 2 0 Daniel. rf 3 0 1 0 Keuchel, Houston, 1.67; Vargas, Kansas
Arizona 11, Milwaukee 1 Pirates 3, Marlins 1 W.Grcia cf 1 0 0 0 Chsnhll ph 1 0 0 0 City, 2.18; Santana, Minnesota, 2.20; Sunday, June 18
L.A. Dodgers 9, Cincinnati 7 Aguilar ph 0 0 0 0 Hrrmann c 4 2 2 3
Miami Pittsburgh Me.Cbrr lf 2 0 0 0 Lindor ss 4 0 1 1 McCullers, Houston, 2.58; Severino, New New York at Philadelphia, 2 p.m.
Kansas City 8, San Diego 3 C.Trres p 0 0 0 0 Ahmed ss 4 0 1 0
AB R H B AB R H B Abreu 1b 3 1 0 0 Brntley lf 4 0 0 0 York, 2.75; Sale, Boston, 2.97; Bundy,
N.Feliz p 0 0 0 0 Ray p 2 0 0 0 Baltimore, 3.05; Stroman, Toronto, 3.09;
Monday's games
Atlanta (Foltynewicz 4-5) at Washington
Wi.Prlt p 0 0 0 0 Hoover p 0 0 0 0 Riddle ss 4
Ralmuto c 4
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Cashner, Texas, 3.17; Darvish, Texas, Golf
(Strasburg 7-2), 4:05 p.m. Scahill p 0 0 0 0 D L Rsa p 0 0 0 0 3.18; 1 tied at 3.27.
Bre.Phl ph 1 0 0 0 Fuentes ph 2 0 0 0 Yelich cf 4 0 1 0 J.Osuna rf 4 1 2 0 Y.Sanch 2b 4 0 2 0 Jose.Rm 3b 4 1 0 0
Colorado (Freeland 7-3) at Pittsburgh Strikeouts
Ozuna lf 4 0 0 0 F.Rvero p 0 0 0 0 Ti.Andr ss 4 0 0 0 A.Jcksn cf 1 1 1 0
(Taillon 2-1), 4:05 p.m. Totals 30 1 41 36111311 Sale, Boston, 126; Archer, Tampa Bay, PGA _ FEDEX ST. JUDE CLASSIC PAR
Detrich 3b 3 0 0 0 Freese 3b 3 1 1 0 Narvaez c 2 0 0 0 B.Zmmer ph1 0 0 0 114; Estrada, Toronto, 90; Darvish,
Chicago Cubs (Lackey 4-6) at N.Y. Mets Milwaukee 000 000 001 — 1
(deGrom 4-3), 4:10 p.m. Telis ph 1 0 0 0 E.Diaz c 4 1 2 2 K.Smith ph 2 0 0 0 R.Perez c 3 0 1 1 Texas, 89; McCullers, Houston, 89; Sev- Sunday
Arizona 100 000 55x — 11 T.Moore 1b 3 0 0 0 McCtchn cf4 0 2 0 Dvidson dh 3 0 0 0 E.Gnzal 2b 3 1 2 1 erino, New York, 84; Porcello, Boston, 78;
Philadelphia (Eickhoff 0-7) at Boston At TPC Southwind
(Porcello 3-8), 4:10 p.m. LOB: Milwaukee 8, Arizona 5; 2B: Arcia I.Szuki rf 3 1 1 1 J.Bell 1b 4 0 1 0 Totals 32 2 82 31 4 73 Salazar, Cleveland, 77; Bauer, Cleveland, Memphis, Tenn.
Cincinnati (Arroyo 3-4) at San Diego (9), Goldschmidt 2 (17), Herrmann C.Colon 2b 2 0 0 0 Mercer ss 4 0 1 1 76; Pineda, New York, 75; 1 tied at 74.
Chicago 000 002 000 — 2 Purse: $6.4 million
(Perdomo 0-3), 7:10 p.m. (3); HR: Broxton (7), D.Peralta (5), D.Grdon ph 1 0 1 0 Nova p 2 0 0 0
Goldschmidt (14), Drury (7), Herrmann Cleveland 010 200 10x — 4 Yardage: 7,244; Par 70
Tuesday's games (6); SB: Brinson (1), H.Perez (4), Arcia
Locke p
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NBA playoffs (a-amateur)
Milwaukee at St. Louis, 11:15 a.m., 1st (3), G.Blanco 2 (6); CS: Ahmed (4); S: Final
game Stcknrd p 0 0 0 0 Hudson p 0 0 0 0 Narvaez (3); DP: Cleveland 2; LOB:
C.Anderson (1). Chicago 6, Cleveland 6; 2B: A.Garcia (13),
Atlanta at Washington, 4:05 p.m. Stanton ph 1 0 0 0 Moroff 2b 1 0 0 0 Daniel Berger ............70-68-66-66—270 -10
IP H R ER BB SO T.Frazier (10), Lindor (17), Encarnacion FINALS Whee Kim ....................69-66-69-67—271 -9
Colorado at Pittsburgh, 4:05 p.m. Brrclgh p 0 0 0 0 (6), E.Gonzalez (1); SB: B.Zimmer (4); CS:
Totals 32 1 41 34 3 11 3 Charl Schwartzel .......65-66-74-66—271 -9
Arizona at Detroit, 4:10 p.m. Milwaukee L.Garcia (5). (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Rafa Cabrera Bello..... 70-66-65-71—272 -8
Chicago Cubs at N.Y. Mets, 4:10 p.m. Anderson L,5-26 4 1 1 1 8 IP H R ER BB SO
Miami 000 000 010 — 1 GOLDEN STATE 3, CLEVELAND 1 Kevin Chappell............68-67-68-69—272 -8
L.A. Dodgers at Cleveland, 4:10 p.m. Torres 2/3 3 3 3 0 2 Pittsburgh 200 001 00x — 3 Billy Horschel..............72-66-70-64—272 -8
A's at Miami, 4:10 p.m. Feliz 0 2 2 2 2 0 Chicago Thursday, June 1: Golden State 113,
E: Freese (6), J.Bell (3), Dietrich (5); DP: Cleveland 91 Chez Reavie.................66-65-72-69—272 -8
Philadelphia at Boston, 4:10 p.m. Peralta 1 3 4 4 1 1 Quintana L,2-85 5 3 3 2 3
Miami 1; LOB: Miami 4, Pittsburgh 9; Sunday, June 4: Golden State 132, a-Braden Thornberry 71-69-67-65—272 -8
Milwaukee at St. Louis, 5:15 p.m., 2nd Scahill 1/3 1 1 1 0 1 Beck 1 1/3 1 1 1 1 0
2B: E.Diaz (4); 3B: McCutchen (2); HR: Cleveland 113 Phil Mickelson ............69-67-69-68—273 -7
game Arizona Kahnle 2/3 1 0 0 0 2 Dominic Bozzelli .........69-67-69-69—274 -6
I.Suzuki (2); SB: A.Frazier 2 (4), Harrison Wednesday, June 7: Golden State 118,
Cincinnati at San Diego, 7:10 p.m. Ray W,7-3 6 2/3 3 0 0 4 12 (6). Infante 1 0 0 0 0 1 Chad Campbell ........... 67-69-66-72—274 -6
Cleveland 113
Kansas City at Giants, 7:15 p.m. Hoover 0 0 0 0 1 0 Cleveland Stewart Cink ...............64-68-69-73—274 -6
IP H R ER BB SO Friday, June 9: Cleveland 137, Golden
De La Rosa 1/3 0 0 0 0 1 Carrsco W,6-35 1/3 7 2 2 1 4 State 116 Ben Crane ....................68-65-68-73—274 -6
AMERICAN LEAGUE Bradley 1 0 0 0 0 0 Miami Miller 1 2/3 0 0 0 0 3 Monday, June 12: Cleveland at Golden Harris English ..............67-72-70-65—274 -6
Bracho 1 1 1 1 0 0 Locke L,0-2 5 1/3 8 3 3 1 3 Shaw 1 0 0 0 1 1 State, 6 p.m. David Hearn .................70-67-67-70—274 -6
WEST DIVISION Hoover pitched to 1 batter in the 7th Ziegler 2/3 1 0 0 0 0 Allen S,15-16 1 1 0 0 0 2 x-Thursday, June 15: Golden State at Adam Scott ................. 71-64-71-68—274 -6
N.Feliz pitched to 4 batters in the 7th Steckenrider 1 2 0 0 1 1 HBP: by Carrasco (Abreu); WP: Quintana Cleveland, 6 p.m. Steve Wheatcroft...... 68-69-69-68—274 -6
W L Pct GB T: 3:26; A: 30,370 (48,633); Barraclough 1 0 0 0 0 1 2, Kahnle; x-Sunday, June 18: Cleveland at Golden Trey Mullinax ..............68-66-72-69—275 -5
Pittsburgh T: 3:16; A: 26,611 (35,051); State, 5 p.m. Grayson Murray ..........67-72-69-67—275 -5
Houston 44 20 .688 _ Joel Dahmen................70-66-69-70—275 -5
Los Angeles 33 33 .500 12 Dodgers 9, Reds 7 Nova W,6-4 6 1 0 0 0 4
Seattle 31 33 .484 13 Nicasio 1 1 0 0 0 1 Interleague Motorsports
Cincinnati Los Angeles
Texas 30 32 .484 13 AB R H B AB R H B Hudson 2/3 2 1 1 0 1 Royals 8, Padres 3
A's 27 36 .429 16 1/2 Hmilton cf 5 0 1 0 Utley 2b 2 2 1 2 Rivero S,2-2 1 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 LPGA TOUR - LPGA CLASSIC PAR
Kansas City San Diego
Cozart ss 5 0 0 0 C.Sager ss 4 1 2 4 T: 2:32; A: 22,925 (38,362); NASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUP-
CENTRAL DIVISION AB R H B AB R H B Sunday
Votto 1b 5 1 1 1 Ju.Trnr 3b 5 0 2 0 Mrrfeld rf 4 0 0 0 Pirela lf 4 1 2 1 AXALTA PRESENTS THE POCONO At Whistle Bear Golf Club
W L Pct GB Duvall lf 5 1 1 1 A.Gnzal 1b 3 0 0 0 American League R.Trres 2b 4 1 1 0 F.Crdro cf 4 0 0 0 400 RESULTS
Cambridge, Ontario
Minnesota 32 27 .542 _ Suarez 3b 4 2 2 0 Hatcher p 0 0 0 0 Tigers 8, Red Sox 3 L.Cain cf 3 1 0 0 Myers 1b 4 0 0 0 Purse: $1.7 million
Schbler rf 4 2 2 2 Frsythe ph 1 0 0 0 Hosmer 1b 4 2 2 3 Solarte 2b 2 0 0 0 Sunday
Cleveland 31 29 .517 1 1/2 Detroit Boston (x-won on first playoff hole)
Detroit 30 32 .484 3 1/2 Brice p 0 0 0 0 Avilan p 0 0 0 0 S.Perez c 2 1 1 0 Spngnbr 3b4 2 2 2 At Pocono Raceway
AB RH B AB RH B Final
Alcantr rf 0 0 0 0 A.Brnes ph 1 0 0 0 Butera ph-c 2 0 0 0 Szczur rf 4 0 0 0 Long Pond, Pa.
Kansas City 28 34 .452 5 1/2 Kinsler 2b 5 1 2 1 Betts rf 4 0 2 0
Peraza 2b 3 0 2 1 Jansen p 0 0 0 0 Mstakas 3b 4 2 2 4 Aybar ss 4 0 0 0 x-Ariya Jutanugarn .. 67-70-65-69—271 -17
Chicago 26 35 .426 7 Cstllns 3b 5 1 1 2 Pedroia 2b 3 1 2 1 Lap length: 2.50 miles
Msoraco c 4 1 2 2 C.Tylor cf 4 1 0 0 A.Escbr ss 4 0 0 0 Torrens c 4 0 1 0 In Gee Chun ............... 67-66-68-70—271 -17
EAST DIVISION Mi.Cbrr 1b 4 1 2 0 Bgaerts ss 5 0 0 0 (Start position in parentheses) Lexi Thompson ..........67-65-67-72—271 -17
Adleman p 3 0 1 0 Bllnger lf-1b4 2 2 3 A.Grdon lf 4 1 1 1 Lamet p 1 0 0 0
V.Mrtin dh 5 1 0 0 H.Rmirz dh 3 0 2 1 1. (4) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 160 laps, 0 rat- Jodi Ewart Shadoff ..66-69-68-69—272 -16
W L Pct GB Wa.Prlt p 0 0 0 0 Grandal c 4 1 3 0 Junis p 3 0 0 0 Cordoba ph1 0 1 0 ing, 40 points.
J.Mrtin rf 4 2 2 0 Mreland 1b 5 0 1 0 Laura Gonzalez Escallon 65-72-70-67—274 -14
Kvlehan rf 0 0 0 0 Puig rf 3 1 0 0 Alxnder p 1 0 0 0 J.Vldez p 0 0 0 0
New York 37 23 .617 _ Upton lf 5 1 3 5 Chris.Y lf 5 0 1 0 2. (12) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 160, 0, 51. Mi Hyang Lee .............64-72-70-68—274 -14
R.Iglss p 0 0 0 0 Ryu p 1 0 0 0 C.d'Arn ph 1 0 0 0
Boston 34 28 .548 4 Mahtook cf 5 0 2 0 Rtledge 3b 4 0 1 0 3. (15) Erik Jones, Toyota, 160, 0, 39. Perrine Delacour ....... 71-62-71-71—275 -13
Gterrez ph 1 0 0 0 Maton p 0 0 0 0
Tampa Bay 34 32 .515 6 J.McCnn c 4 1 1 0 Brdly J cf 3 2 2 0 4. (5) Kurt Busch, Ford, 160, 0, 40. Minjee Lee .................68-66-69-72—275 -13
Strplng p 0 0 0 0 J.Trres p 0 0 0 0
Baltimore 31 30 .508 6 1/2 J.Iglss ss 3 0 1 0 Vazquez c 4 0 1 1 Lindy Duncan ............ 68-65-67-75—275 -13
K.Hrnan ph 1 1 0 0 Totals 35 8 7 8 33 3 63 5. (6) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 160, 0, 44.
Toronto 31 32 .492 7 1/2 Totals 40 8 14 8 36 3 12 3 Suzann Pettersen .....64-71-68-73—276 -12
Totals 38 7 12 7 34 9 10 9 6. (2) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, 160, 0, 39.
Kansas City 400 120 001 — 8 Austin Ernst .............. 73-65-72-67—277 -11
Saturday's games Detroit 300 050 000 — 8 7. (7) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 160, 0, 47.
Cincinnati 031 003 000 — 7 San Diego 000 100 110 — 3 Chella Choi ................ 70-68-70-69—277 -11
Texas 6, Washington 3, 11 innings Boston 101 001 000 — 3
Los Angeles 020 010 06x — 9 8. (25) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 160, Brooke M. Henderson.71-67-68-71—277 -11
Tampa Bay 6, A's 5, 1st game, 10 innings E: Bogaerts (6); DP: Detroit 2, Boston 2; E: Aybar 2 (3); LOB: Kansas City 1, San 0, 40.
Minnesota 3, Giants 2 E: Peraza (3); DP: Cincinnati 1; LOB: LOB: Detroit 8, Boston 12; 2B: J.McCann Diego 5; HR: Hosmer (7), Moustakas 2
Houston 3, L.A. Angels 1 Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 7; 2B: Schebler
(9), Mesoraco (4), C.Seager (17); HR:
(4), Betts (19), Pedroia 2 (11), Bradley Jr (17), A.Gordon (2), Pirela (2), Spangen- 9. (1) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 160, 0, 47.
10. (3) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 160, 0, 31.
Tennis
Kansas City 12, San Diego 6 (6); HR: Castellanos (8), Upton (13); SB: berg 2 (3).
Votto (18), Duvall (15), Schebler (18), Betts (10). 11. (23) Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Ford, 160,
A's 7, Tampa Bay 2, 2nd game Mesoraco (5), Utley (4), C.Seager (9), IP H R ER BB SO
0, 26.
N.Y. Yankees 16, Baltimore 3 Bellinger 2 (15); SF: Peraza (1). IP H R ER BB SO
Kansas City
FRENCH OPEN RESULTS
Chicago White Sox 5, Cleveland 3 12. (18) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 160, 0, 25.
IP H R ER BB SO Detroit Junis W,2-0 7 6 3 3 1 6
Boston 11, Detroit 3 13. (17) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 160, Sunday
Norris W,3-4 5 7 2 2 3 6 Alexander 2 0 0 0 1 3 0, 25. At Stade Roland Garros
Toronto 4, Seattle 2 Cincinnati
Adleman 5 5 3 2 2 4 Greene 1 2 1 1 0 1 San Diego 14. (10) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 160, Paris
Sunday's games
Peralta 1 1/3 2 0 0 0 0 Rodriguez 1 1 0 0 1 2 Lamet L,2-2 5 6 7 7 1 6 0, 23. Purse: $40.3 million (Grand Slam)
N.Y. Yankees 14, Baltimore 3
Brice 1 2 2 2 0 0 Wilson 1 1 0 0 0 0 Valdez 2 0 0 0 0 2 15. (14) Daniel Suarez, Toyota, 160, 0, 22. Surface: Clay-Outdoor
Cleveland 4, Chicago White Sox 2
Wilson 1 1 0 0 2 2 Maton 1 0 0 0 0 1
Tampa Bay 5, A's 4 Iglesias L,2-1 2/3 1 4 4 3 2 RACE STATISTICS Singles
Boston Torres 1 1 1 1 0 0
L.A. Angels 12, Houston 6 Los Angeles
Pomernz L,6-44 1/3 8 6 5 2 2 Junis pitched to 1 batter in the 8th Average speed of race winner: 142.164 MEN
Giants 13, Minnesota 8 Ryu 4 6 4 4 0 5
Hembree 2/3 3 2 2 1 1 WP: Lamet 2. mph. Championship
Texas 5, Washington 1 Stripling 2 5 3 3 0 0
Boyer 2 3 0 0 0 3 T: 2:27; A: 25,599 (42,302). Time of race: 2 hours, 48 minutes, 40 Rafael Nadal (4), Spain, def. Stan Waw-
Toronto 4, Seattle 0 Hatcher 1 0 0 0 1 1 seconds.
Avilan W,1-1 1 1 0 0 1 0 Abad 2 0 0 0 0 0 rinka (3), Switzerland, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1.
Kansas City 8, San Diego 3 Margin of victory: 0.139 seconds.
Detroit 8, Boston 3 Jansen S,11-111 0 0 0 0 1 WP: Pomeranz. Rangers 5, Nationals 1
Caution flags: 4 for 0 laps.
Monday's games HBP: by Peralta (Seager). T: 4:06; A: 35,457 (37,499). Texas Washington
Lead changes: 13 among 9 drivers. College baseball
Philadelphia (Eickhoff 0-7) at Boston T: 2:58; A: 42,674 (56,000). AB R H B AB R H B
Wins: J.Johnson, 3, B.Keselowski, 2,
(Porcello 3-8), 4:10 p.m. Blue Jays 4, Mariners 0 Choo rf 3 2 2 1 Goodwin lf 3 1 1 1 M.Truex, 2, R.Blaney, 1, Ku.Busch, 1,
Baltimore (Miley 2-3) at Chicago White Cubs 7, Rockies 5 Toronto Seattle Andrus ss 4 1 1 2 Raburn ph 1 0 0 0 A.Dillon, 1, K.Larson, 1, J.Logano, 1, NCAA DIVISION I BASEBALL
Sox (Pelfrey 2-5), 5:10 p.m. AB R H B AB R H B Mazara lf 3 0 0 1 B.Hrper rf 4 0 1 0 R.Newman, 1, R.Stenhouse, 1. SUPER REGIONALS
Colorado Chicago
Seattle (Gallardo 2-6) at Minnesota Pillar cf 5 2 2 0 Heredia cf 3 0 0 0 Beltre 3b 4 0 0 0 D.Mrphy 2b4 0 0 0 Top 16 in points: 1. M.Truex, 584, 2.
AB R H B AB RH B
(Mejia 1-1), 5:10 p.m. Dnaldsn 3b 5 2 3 3 J.Dyson ph 2 0 1 0 Odor 2b 4 0 1 0 Rendon 3b 3 0 1 0 K.Larson, 583, 3. K.Harvick, 480, 4.
Blckmon cf 4 2 1 0 Jay cf-lf 5 1 2 0 Ky.Busch, 463, 5. B.Keselowski, 454, (Best-of-3; x-if necessary)
Texas (Darvish 5-4) at Houston (Mus- J.Btsta rf 2 0 0 0 Haniger rf 4 0 0 0 Lucroy c 4 0 0 0 Lind 1b 2 0 0 0
LMahieu 2b 4 1 2 2 Bryant 3b 3 1 1 0 6. C.Elliott, 438, 7. J.Johnson, 421, 8. Host school is Game 1 home team; visit-
grove 4-4), 5:10 p.m. Morales dh 3 0 1 1 Cano 2b 4 0 2 0 Gallo 1b 3 0 0 0 Wieters c 3 0 0 0
C.Gnzal rf 3 0 0 0 Rizzo 1b 4 1 1 1 J.McMurray, 418, 9. D.Hamlin, 386, 10. ing school is Game 2 home team; coin
N.Y. Yankees (Tanaka 5-6) at L.A. Angels Smoak 1b 4 0 1 0 Cruz dh 4 0 2 0 DShelds cf 4 1 0 0 Drew ss 3 0 0 0 flip determines Game 3 home team
(Meyer 2-3), 7:07 p.m. Lyles p 0 0 0 0 Zobrist lf 4 1 2 3 C.Bowyer, 369, 11. J.Logano, 362, 12.
Tlwtzki ss 4 0 0 0 K.Sager 3b 4 0 0 0 Claudio p 0 0 0 0 M.Tylor cf 3 0 0 0 R.Blaney, 360, 13. M.Kenseth, 359, 14. At Blair Field
Tuesday's games Amrista rf 2 0 0 0 Almora cf 0 0 0 0
Barney 2b 3 0 0 0 Vlencia 1b 4 0 0 0 Bbns-Dr p 2 0 0 0 Schrzer p 2 0 0 0 Ku.Busch, 331, 15. R.Stenhouse, 325, 16.
Tampa Bay at Toronto, 4:07 p.m. Mar.Ryn 1b 3 0 2 1 Heyward rf4 0 1 0 Long Beach, Calif.
Goins ph-2b 1 0 0 0 Zunino c 4 0 1 0 Profar ph 0 1 0 0 O.Perez p 0 0 0 0 E.Jones, 322.
Arizona at Detroit, 4:10 p.m. Desmnd lf 4 0 2 2 J.Baez 2b 3 0 0 0 Friday, June 9: Long Beach State 3, Cal
Carrera lf 3 0 0 0 Gamel lf 4 0 3 0 Leclerc p 0 0 0 0 Treinen p 0 0 0 0 State Fullerton 0
L.A. Dodgers at Cleveland, 4:10 p.m. Story ss 4 0 0 0 M.Mntro c 4 1 2 1
A's at Miami, 4:10 p.m. Valaika 3b 4 0 0 0 Russell ss 4 1 2 1 Maile c 4 0 1 0 Motter ss 3 0 0 0 Hoying cf 0 0 0 0 Difo ph
Blanton p 0
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NHL playoffs Saturday, June 10: Cal State Fullerton 12,
Wolters c 4 1 1 0 Arrieta p 2 0 0 0 Totals 34 4 84 36 0 90 Long Beach State 0
Philadelphia at Boston, 4:10 p.m. Totals 31 5 4 4 29 1 31
Snztela p 1 0 0 0 C.Edwrd p 0 0 0 0 Toronto 200 200 000 — 4 Sunday, June 11: Cal State Fullerton 2,
Baltimore at Chicago White Sox, 5:10
Tapia ph-rf 1 1 0 0 Schwrbr ph1 1 1 1 Seattle 000 000 000 — 0 Texas 001 000 040 — 5 FINALS Long Beach State 1, Cal St. Fullerton
p.m.
Dunn p 0 0 0 0 Uehara p 0 0 0 0 Washington 100 000 000 — 1 advances
Seattle at Minnesota, 5:10 p.m. E: Carrera (2); DP: Seattle 1; LOB:
Qualls p 0 0 0 0 I.Happ ph 1 0 0 0 (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) At Dick Howser Stadium
Texas at Houston, 5:10 p.m. Toronto 7, Seattle 11; 2B: Pillar 2 (16), E: Rendon (5); DP: Texas 1; LOB: Texas 3,
N.Y. Yankees at L.A. Angels, 7:07 p.m. Arendo ph 1 0 0 0 W.Davis p 0 0 0 0 Cruz (11), Gamel (9); HR: Donaldson (8); Washington 2; 3B: Andrus (2); HR: Choo PITTSBURGH 4, NASHVILLE 2 Tallahassee, Fla.
Kansas City at Giants, 7:15 p.m. Totals 35 5 85 35 7 12 7 SB: Gamel (1). (9), Goodwin (2); SB: DeShields (13), Saturday, June 10: Florida State 7, Sam
Profar (1); SF: Mazara (2). Monday, May 29 Houston State 6
Colorado 000 040 001 — 5 IP H R ER BB SO Pittsburgh 5, Nashville 3 Sunday, June 11: Florida State 19, Sam
Giants 13, Twins 8 Chicago 400 002 01x — 7 IP H R ER BB SO
Houston State 0, Florida St. advances
Toronto Wednesday, May 31
Minnesota San Fran DP: Colorado 1; LOB: Colorado 7, Chicago Happ W,1-4 6 6 0 0 1 8 Texas Pittsburgh 4, Nashville 1 At Alfred A. McKethan Stadium
AB RH B AB R H B 6; 2B: Mar.Reynolds (9), Wolters (6), Beliveau 0 1 0 0 0 0 Bbs-Dkx W,2-07 3 1 1 1 2
Jay (7), Rizzo (11), M.Montero (3); HR: Saturday, June 3 Gainesville, Fla.
B.Dzier 2b 2 1 1 0 Tmlnson ss 4 2 2 0 Tepera 1 0 0 0 0 2 Leclerc 1 0 0 0 0 3
Zobrist (7), M.Montero (4), Russell (4), Nashville 5, Pittsburgh 1 Saturday, June 10: Florida 2, Wake Forest
Mauer 1b 4 1 1 0 Strckln p 0 0 0 0 Loup 0 1 0 0 0 0 Claudio 1 0 0 0 0 0 1, 11 innings
Schwarber (11); SB: Desmond (5). Monday, June 5
Sano 3b 5 1 1 0 S.Dyson p 0 0 0 0 Smith 1 0 0 0 0 1 Washington Nashville 4, Pittsburgh 1, Sunday, June 11: Wake Forest 5, Florida
Grssman lf 5 2 2 2 B.Mrris p 0 0 0 0 IP H R ER BB SO
Barnes 2/3 1 0 0 1 1 Scherzer L,7-47 1/3 3 3 2 1 10 4, 4 1/2 innings, susp., rain
J.Cstro c 4 1 0 0 E.Nunz 3b 5 3 3 0 Thursday, June 8
Colorado Osuna S,16-19 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 Perez 0 0 1 1 1 0 x-Monday, June 12: Wake Forest vs.
E.Escbr ss 4 1 3 3 A.Hill 2b 4 1 1 1 Pittsburgh 6, Nashville 0
Senzatela 4 7 4 4 2 6 Seattle Treinen 2/3 1 1 1 0 0 Florida, TBA
E.Rsrio rf 5 0 1 0 Posey 1b 5 2 3 4 Blanton 1 0 0 0 1 1 Sunday, June 11
Lyles L,0-2 1 2/3 2 2 2 0 0 Paxton L,5-1 4 8 4 4 3 3 At Alex Box Stadium
Buxton cf 4 1 2 1 Pence rf 5 3 3 2 O.Perez pitched to 1 batter in the 8th Pittsburgh 1, Nashville 0
Dunn 1 2 0 0 0 1 Pagan 4 0 0 0 1 5 Baton Rouge, La.
Breslow p 0 0 0 0 Hundley c 4 1 1 1 Qualls 1 1/3 1 1 1 0 2 T: 2:53; A: 32,027 (41,418).
Altavilla 1 0 0 0 0 2 Saturday, June 10: LSU 4, Mississippi St. 3
K.Vrgas ph 1
Turley p 2
0 0 1
0 0 0
Slater lf 5
G.Hrnan cf 3
1
0
3
1
4
0
Chicago Beliveau pitched to 1 batter in the 7th Women’s basketball Sunday, June 11: LSU (47-17) vs. Missis-
Heston p 0 0 0 0 Osich p 0 0 0 0
Arrieta 4 1/3 5 4 4 3 3 Loup pitched to 1 batter in the 8th
T: 3:01; A: 41,137 (47,476);
Leaders sippi State (40-26), 3 p.m.
x-Monday, June 12: Mississippi State vs.
Edwards W,2-01 2/3 1 0 0 0 2
Adranza ph 0 0 0 0 Crwford ph0 0 0 1 LSU, TBA
Boshers p 0 0 0 0 M.Cain p 2 0 0 0
Uehara 2 0 0 0 0 0 WNBA
Belisle p 0 0 0 0 Kontos p 0 0 0 0
Davis S,13-13 1 2 1 1 0 2 Angels 12, Astros 6 NATIONAL LEAGUE At Lupton Baseball Stadium
HBP: by Arrieta (Blackmon). Los Angeles Houston WESTERN CONFERENCE Fort Worth, Texas
Wimmers p 0 0 0 0 Span ph 2 0 0 0
T: 3:21; A: 41,116 (41,072). AB R H B AB R H B Batting Saturday, June 10: TCU 3, Missouri State 2
Kepler ph 2 0 0 0 W L Pct GB
Totals 38 8 11 7 39131713 Maybin cf 4 3 2 0 Sprnger cf 4 2 1 2 Zimmerman, Washington, .365; Posey, Sunday, June 11: TCU 8, Missouri State 1,
Cardinals 6, Phillies 5 San Francisco, .341; Blackmon, Colo- Minnesota 9 0 1.000 — TCU advances
Calhoun rf 4 1 2 3 Reddick rf 5 0 3 1
Minnesota 020 030 003 — 8 rado, .337; Murphy, Washington, .335; Sparks 5 3 .625 3 1/2
Philadelphia St. Louis Pujols dh 5 1 1 1 Altuve 2b 4 0 1 1
San Fran 200 110 45x — 13 Cozart, Cincinnati, .329; Kemp, Atlanta, Phoenix 5 4 .556 4
E: Posey (4); DP: San Francisco 1; LOB:
AB
O.Hrrra cf 5
RH B
1 3 2
AB R H B
Crpnter 1b 4 0 1 0
Vlbuena 3b 3 2 1 1
Cron 1b 5 1 1 1
Beltran dh 5 0 0 0
Gattis c 5 0 1 0
.326; Ozuna, Miami, .324; Harper, Wash- Seattle 5 4 .556 4 Odds
ington, .320; Reynolds, Colorado, .314; Dallas 4 6 .400 5 1/2
Minnesota 10, San Francisco 8; 2B: Sano Nava lf 5 1 2 1 Fowler cf 4 1 2 3 Simmons ss 4 1 2 2 Ma.Gnza ss4 0 0 0 Goldschmidt, Arizona, .311; 1 tied at .307.
(10), E.Nunez 2 (15), Posey (9), Pence San Antonio 0 9 .000 9
H.Kndrc 2b 4 0 2 1 Pscotty rf 3 0 1 0 Mldnado c 4 1 0 0 Y.Grrel 1b 4 1 1 1
3 (5), Slater (1), G.Hernandez (6); 3B: RBI
EASTERN CONFERENCE PREGAME.COM LINE
T.Jseph 1b 5 0 1 1 Gyorko 3b 3 0 0 0 Yng Jr. lf 4 1 2 4 Bregman 3b2 2 0 0 Lamb, Arizona, 56; Reynolds, Colorado,
Slater (1); HR: E.Escobar (5), Buxton
(3); SB: B.Dozier (9), Grossman (2), Sunders rf 4 0 0 0 A.Diaz ss 4 1 1 0 Espnosa 2b 4 1 1 0 Aoki lf 4 1 3 1 54; Blackmon, Colorado, 53; Votto, W L Pct GB
E.Nunez (17), Crawford (2); SF: A.Hill (1), Neris p 0 0 0 0 Pham lf 4 2 2 1 Totals 3712 1212 37 6 10 6 Cincinnati, 50; Zimmerman, Washington, Major League Baseball
Washington 7 3 .700 —
Crawford (5). Franco 3b 4 0 1 0 Wong 2b 4 1 2 1 49; Duvall, Cincinnati, 47; Goldschmidt, Monday
Los Angeles 102 060 210 — 12 Arizona, 47; Arenado, Colorado, 46; New York 6 3 .667 1/2
IP H R ER BB SO Knapp c 3 2 2 0 Fryer c 4 0 1 1 Houston 002 400 000 — 6 Harper, Washington, 46; 2 tied at 43. Atlanta 4 4 .500 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE
Galvis ss 3 1 1 0 Wnwrght p 1 0 0 0
E: Gattis (5); DP: Houston 1; LOB: Los Hits Connecticut 3 5 .375 3
Minnesota Aa.Nola p 2 0 0 0 G.Grcia ph 0 1 0 0 Favorite Line Underdog
Angeles 4, Houston 9; 2B: Cron (4), Blackmon, Colorado, 89; Inciarte, Atlan- Indiana 4 6 .400 3
Turley 4 8 4 4 0 4 Benoit p 0 0 0 0 Lyons p 0 0 0 0
Simmons 2 (14), Aoki (5); HR: Pujols (10), ta, 78; Ozuna, Miami, 78; Murphy, Wash- Chicago 2 7 .222 4 1/2 at Washington -230/+210 Atlanta
Heston 1 1 0 0 0 0 E.Ramos p 0 0 0 0 Huffman ph1 0 0 0 Young Jr (2), Springer (17), Y.Gurriel (7); ington, 77; Zimmerman, Washington, Saturday’s games at Pittsburgh -123/+113 Colorado
Boshers 1 0 0 0 0 2 A.Blnco ph 0 0 0 0 Bowman p 0 0 0 0 SB: Maybin 2 (19), Simmons (8), Young Jr 77; LeMahieu, Colorado, 72; Arenado, Atlanta 71, Connecticut 104
Belisle L,0-1 2/3 4 4 4 1 0 Neshek p 0 0 0 0 Rsnthal p 0 0 0 0 (4); SF: Simmons (3). at New York -120/+110 Chicago
Colorado, 71; Harrison, Pittsburgh, 71;
Wimmers 1/3 0 0 0 2 0 Altherr rf 1 0 0 0 Oh p 0 0 0 0 Chicago 85, San Antonio 81, OT at San Diego -115/+105 Cincinnati
IP H R ER BB SO Kemp, Atlanta, 70; 3 tied at 69.
Breslow 1 4 5 5 1 0 Totals 36 5 12 5 32 6 10 6 Sparks 89, Phoenix 87
Home runs AMERICAN LEAGUE
San Francisco Los Angeles Sunday’s games
Philadelphia 110 000 102 — 5 Schebler, Cincinnati, 18; Votto, Cincin- at Houston -131/+121 Texas
Cain 4 1/3 7 5 5 3 1 Chavez 3 2/3 4 6 6 4 3 nati, 18; Reynolds, Colorado, 17; Zimmer- Washington 88, Indiana 70
St. Louis 000 032 01x — 6 New York 94, Seattle 86 at Minnesota -125/+115 Seattle
Kontos 1 2/3 2 0 0 1 4 Parker 1/3 2 0 0 0 0 man, Washington, 17; Bour, Miami, 16;
E: H.Kendrick (1). DP: Philadelphia 2, St. Middletn W,1-01 0 0 0 1 0 Bruce, New York, 16; Lamb, Arizona, 16; Minnesota 91, Dallas 74 Baltimore -115/+105 at Chicago
Osich W,1-1 1 0 0 0 1 0
Louis 2. LOB: Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 5. Alvarez 2/3 1 0 0 0 0 Stanton, Miami, 16; Thames, Milwaukee, Monday’s games New York -120 at Los Angeles+110
Strickland 1 0 0 0 1 1
2B: O.Herrera (23), H.Kendrick (7), Car- 16; 5 tied at 15.
Dyson 0 2 3 2 1 0 Hernandez 1 1/3 1 0 0 0 3 No games scheduled INTERLEAGUE
penter (7), Fowler (9), Wong 2 (13). HR: Pitching
Morris 1 0 0 0 0 1 Nava (3), Fowler (9). SB: Pham (6). Petit 1 2 0 0 0 1 Tuesday’s games
Greinke, Arizona, 8-3; Kershaw, Los at Boston -195/+180 Philadelphia
Turley pitched to 1 batter in the 5th Norris 1 0 0 0 0 1 Atlanta at Seattle, 7 p.m.
IP H R ER BB SO Angeles, 8-2; Senzatela, Colorado, 8-2;
S.Dyson pitched to 4 batters in the 9th Houston Davies, Milwaukee, 7-3; Freeland, Colo- Dallas at Sparks, 7:30 p.m. NBA
WP: Dyson, Morris. Philadelphia Paulino 4 6 5 5 2 4 rado, 7-3; Scherzer, Washington, 7-4; Monday
T: 3:43; A: 41,321 (41,915). Nola L,3-4 5 4 3 3 2 6 Feliz L,2-1 1 3 4 4 1 2 Strasburg, Washington, 7-2; Wainwright,
St. Louis, 7-4; 6 tied at 6-7. Favorite Line (O/U) Underdog
Benoit 2/3 3 2 2 0 1 Hoyt 1 2/3 2 2 2 1 4
Ramos 1/3 0 0 0 0 1 Diaz 1 1/3 1 1 1 1 2 ERA at Golden State 8 1/2 (230 1/2) Cleveland
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SPORTS | MARINIJ.COM MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2017

BLACK SHIRTS

Former winner Schmid still a threat at age 77


Once a champ, he who lives in Greenbrae but
spends most weekends run-
eight to 10 like a centipede
— boom, boom. So I had
13-year-old Vanessa Miller
of San Francisco.
Miller said she wasn’t
disappointed to miss out on
Reilly Johnson, who won
the 100th running as an
beats challengers ning in events as long as given up hope on a black Miller pushed her way to the shirt. Coming into the 8-year-old in 2010.
50 miles, held off just the shirt. But here I am, No. 35 the finish and stayed ahead race she didn’t think it was “It’s the hardest race I
By Dave Allen
right number of challeng- — lucky.” of a group to grab the 36th a possibility. run,” Miller said. “That and
dallen@marinij.com
ers Sunday to beat out the Since earning a spot in spot with a course time of “I know the top 35 get it, the mile at school.”
@dallenmarinij on Twitter hoards and take 35th place the Invitational Section 1:05.43. The recent grad- but I wasn’t thinking about Schmid said he “took
and the final coveted black in 2009 — one year after uate of Roosevelt Middle it. I was just trying to im- it cautiously” at a couple
Hans Schmid assumed shirt given to the top finish- running his first Dipsea School in the City finished prove from last year,” said points during the race to
last year would be his last ers of the race handicapped — Schmid has taken home 84th last year after run- Miller, who plans to run protect a shoulder injury.
Dipsea Race black shirt. by age, gender and past fin- black shirts every year. ning her first Dipsea as an competitively in high school Despite insisting he won’t
The 77-year-old former ishes. That’s nine in a row, includ- 11-year-old in 2015. when she gets to Austra- be a top finisher in 2018, the
champion said performance “At the beginning it was ing the 2012 race, when he “I like all of it (the course, lia. “Then, at Windy Gap, I ageless wonder plans to run
diminished by age and his me behind (third-place fin- became the oldest winner the people and the compe- heard I was 33rd. I knew I again in 2018.
graduation to the oldest isher) Jamie (Rivers, who in history. tition),” said Miller, whose had a chance. But there are “Yes, I’ll be back,” Schmid
group for head-start min- held the lead early),” said Sunday, he ran the course is moving to Australia with some great runners who said before changing the
utes would doom his hopes Schmid, who is now the in 1 hour, 19 minutes, 28 sec- her family in July, putting passed me on the downhill subject to next week’s event.
of a top-35 finish in the 7.4- oldest to ever win a black onds. With his head start, future attempts to win a but I wasn’t sure how many “Next week, I’m doing a
mile trail footrace from Mill shirt. “Slowly, they caught that gave him a weighted black shirt in jeopardy. “I so I just went for it.” six-day stage race running
Valley to Stinson Beach. up with me — all the young time of 54:28, five seconds definitely want to come Miller said she was in- from Colorado to Utah.”
The dedicated runner, ones. On the stairs, it was ahead of the next finisher, back.” spired to run the Dipsea by Place your bets.

Dipsea results
200 Jeff Marks 1:03:53; 201 Jennifer Stephen Anderson 1:10:36; 452 Ziggy 1:38:05; 697 Katy Miller 1:38:06; 698 1:49:33; 946 Michael Proctor 1:49:35; 947 1180 Harold (Hal) Cranston 2:00:43; 1181
TOP 35 FINISHERS Pearsall Kobert 1:03:56; 202 Jeff Kirchner Nacco 1:10:38; 453 Peter Sykes 1:10:40; Peter Goldmacher 1:38:08; 699 Jeff Vose Lucas Hatch 1:49:37; 948 Carrie Basham Mazin Jadallah 2:00:44; 1182 Laura Fire-
1 CHRIS LUNDY 49:09 1:03:58; 203 Brian Mott 1:04:02; 204 Ken 454 Tomas Pastalka 1:10:47; 455 Reed 1:38:10; Young 1:49:38; 949 Allison Kegley stone 2:00:49; 1183 Jonnie Alper 2:00:49;
Kalman 1:04:04; 205 Paul Skokowski Bunnell 1:10:55; 456 Chase Leffers 700 Brie Cadman 1:38:11; 701 Emily 1:49:39; 1184 Michael Wiley 2:00:50; 1185 Dave
2 ALEX VARNER 49:29 1:04:09; 206 Hilary Papendick 1:04:09; 1:10:56; 457 Jonina Cross 1:11:02; 458 Martin 1:38:12; 702 Kurt Rossetti 1:38:13; 950 Kelly Clonts 1:49:40; 951 Kevin Pope Lampert 2:00:52; 1186 Brooklyn Hatch
207 John Morriss 1:04:09; 208 Bonnie Christophe Raynaud 1:11:05; 459 Julie 703 Kirsten Lorange 1:38:13; 704 Tim 1:49:40; 952 John Fitzpatrick 1:49:43; 2:00:53; 1187 Kennedy Foster 2:00:53;
3 JAMIE RIVERS 50:08 Bates 1:04:11; 209 Ralph Gonzales McGee 1:11:06; Smith 1:38:15; 705 Jordan Cullen 1:38:24; 953 Rona Ashe 1:49:47; 954 Craig Griffin 1188 Brian Foster 2:00:54; 1189 Gerald
1:04:13; 460 Jacob Gibson 1:11:12; 461 Sarah 706 Kristopher Cosca 1:38:24; 707 Philip 1:49:49; 955 Ethan Lipsky 1:49:52; 956 Cahill, Jr. 2:00:54;
4 MATIAS SAARI 50:34 210 Paul Berg 1:04:15; 211 Steve Rowbury McDonald 1:11:17; 462 Scott Abramson Bennett 1:38:31; 708 Katherine Moore Eric Woodhouse 1:50:01; 957 Scott 1190 Brooks Bijur 2:00:54; 1191 Andrea
1:04:20; 212 Catherine Malone 1:04:21; 1:11:31; 463 Wendy Kirby 1:11:34; 464 1:38:32; 709 Michael Barry 1:38:34; Gibson 1:50:06; 958 Hugh Barron 1:50:09; Hatch 2:00:54; 1192 Jochen Diener
5 GALEN BURRELL 50:55 213 Michael Geloso 1:04:24; 214 Christine Katherine Austin 1:11:37; 465 Emmet 710 Jennifer Pinto Martin 1:38:35; 711 959 Hannah Hitchings 1:50:11; 2:00:57; 1193 Parker Diener 2:00:57; 1194
Waldron 1:04:27; 215 Mimi Willard Kneafsey 1:11:41; 466 Jodi Martini Gardner Cadwalader 1:38:37; 712 Dino 960 Taylor Powers 1:50:16; 961 Kendall Travis Deuel 2:00:57; 1195 Emily Bang
6 GUS GIBBS 51:09 1:04:31; 216 Dan Weissman 1:04:35; 217 1:11:41; 467 Matt Dale 1:11:41; 468 Kim Piscione 1:38:40; 713 Noah Dorfman Scanlan 1:50:20; 962 Ann Haupert 2:01:02; 1196 Patrick Armstrong 2:01:02;
Brian O’Melveny 1:04:37; 218 Patrick Ligman 1:11:43; 469 Tim McCarthy 1:38:42; 714 Chris Fasano 1:38:44; 715 1:50:25; 963 Celine Bennett 1:50:31; 964 1197 Jessica Eisler 2:01:13; 1198 Valerie
7 ANDY AMES 51:10 McKilligan 1:04:37; 219 Craig Rubens 1:11:43; Scott Cullerton 1:38:44; 716 Sarah Shellie McGaughey 1:50:34; 965 Yasmine Harrison 2:01:22; 1199 George Morris,
1:04:40; 470 Luther Fong 1:11:43; 471 Summer Levesque 1:38:50; 717 Jonathan Thorpe Eichbaum 1:50:37; 966 David Mak Jr. 2:01:35;
8 CLAY BULLWINKEL 51:18 220 Steven Sweeney 1:04:46; 221 Connor Solomon 1:11:46; 472 Lizzy Labeeuw-An- 1:38:56; 718 Joe Navratil 1:38:59; 719 Gar- 1:50:52; 967 Scott MacIntyre 1:50:57; 968 1200 Rainbow Williams 2:01:38; 1201 Ann
Essick 1:04:47; 222 Craig Lichtenstein derson 1:11:46; 473 Lauren Tanel 1:11:46; rett Lawton 1:39:00; Samantha Bailey 1:51:01; 969 Max Wiley Charlton 2:01:40; 1202 Lora Anderson
9 HEATH HIBBARD 51:21 1:04:56; 223 Kevin McKay 1:04:57; 224 474 Janet Bijur 1:11:48; 475 Todd Paoletti 720 Kristin Fracchia 1:39:01; 721 Ren 1:51:02; 2:01:46; 1203 Erland Jensen 2:01:48;
Charles Buckbee 1:04:59; 225 Eve Phillips 1:11:52; 476 Stephen Tracy 1:12:03; 477 Chin 1:39:06; 722 Stephen Wynne 1:39:10; 970 Oscar Santiago 1:51:08; 971 Avard 1204 Stephen Nolan 2:01:51; 1205 David
10 ROY RIVERS 51:37 1:04:59; 226 Tyson Schnasse 1:05:01; Owen Waite 1:12:06; 478 Marc Murphy 723 Morgan Read 1:39:12; 724 Richard Walker III 1:51:12; 972 Justin Fanady Lawrence 2:01:55; 1206 Niral Patel
227 Will Fratt 1:05:03; 228 Melody-Anne 1:12:09; 479 Felix Adam 1:12:10; Fullerton 1:39:16; 725 Tatem Read 1:51:13; 973 Hunter Breeze 1:51:13; 974 2:01:56; 1207 Jack Geffert 2:01:57; 1208
11 FIONA CUNDY 51:55 Schultz 1:05:09; 229 George Dombrovski 480 Sondra Abruzzo 1:12:12; 481 Gilbert 1:39:19; 726 Brian Hennessey 1:39:23; 727 Todd Fanady 1:51:13; 975 Katherine Leek- Scott Breeze 2:02:02; 1209 Catherine
1:05:09; Orser 1:12:13; 482 Peter Malmquist Kristin Wingfield-Williams 1:39:27; 728 ley 1:51:14; 976 Edward Brown 1:51:15; Wilka 2:02:11;
12 BENJAMIN STERN 51:58 230 Pep Boekhoff 1:05:10; 231 James 1:12:24; 483 Gary Rudman 1:12:26; 484 Sean Randolph 1:39:29; 729 Alan Brown 977 Mike Candrian 1:51:16; 978 Steve 1210 Juliet Breeze 2:02:18; 1211 Masha
Gracey 1:05:11; 232 Ron Smith 1:05:13; Courtney Momsen 1:12:31; 485 Aidan 1:39:30; Richmond 1:51:16; 979 Roger Scherck Shmigelsky 2:02:22; 1212 David Weinfeld
13 DIANA FITZPATRICK 52:02 233 Juan Rodriguez 1:05:14; 234 Quinn Ashe 1:12:37; 486 Tommy Rosenthal 730 Peter Lauer 1:39:31; 731 Ashton 1:51:18; 2:02:35; 1213 Meghan Rally 2:02:36;
Lehmkuhl 1:05:14; 235 Mark Melvin 1:12:45; 487 Fred Huxham 1:12:48; 488 Stranton 1:39:37; 732 Allyson Haug 980 Christopher Wiseman 1:51:19; 1214 Jamie Boyle 2:02:37; 1215 Luke Sell
14 BRADFORD BRYON 52:03 1:05:15; 236 Ryan Sandrock 1:05:19; 237 Frank Rollo 1:12:50; 489 Jonathan Tillman 1:39:38; 733 Clifford Snowman 1:39:39; 981 Mark Moore 1:51:20; 982 Zachary 2:02:38; 1216 Ralph Navarro 2:02:42; 1217
Jim Maloney 1:05:22; 238 Stuart Moulder 1:12:51; 734 Jeffrey Goulding 1:39:40; 735 Gonzalez 1:51:22; 983 Michele Lomelino
15 SISSEL BERNTSEN-HEBER 52:16 Avery Stout 2:02:45; 1218 Cristina Yttrup
1:05:23; 239 Robert Goldfien 1:05:24; 490 Tad Buchanan 1:12:53; 491 Robin Bradford Tudor 1:39:48; 736 Stephen Al- 1:51:23; 984 Erin Proctor 1:51:25; 985 Kar- 2:02:45; 1219 Jason Cheng 2:02:46;
240 Benjamin Chaffee 1:05:25; 241 Kutner 1:12:56; 492 Tori Buckley 1:13:09; lison 1:39:53; 737 Bodie Lee 1:39:57; 738 rin Genovese 1:51:30; 986 Maggie Jensen
16 CLIFF LENTZ 52:20 1220 Kristina Zuniga 2:03:01; 1221 Robert
Dave Covey 1:05:27; 242 Alasdair Young 493 Kristian Clemens 1:13:10; 494 Hazel Amanda Mulholland 1:39:57; 739 Olivia 1:51:31; 987 Cody Rudman 1:51:36; 988 Stumpf 2:03:14; 1222 Hayden Potter
1:05:29; 243 Tony Marshall 1:05:30; 244 Wood 1:13:18; 495 Robert Sternfels Phillips 1:39:58; Sheri (Sheryl) Archibald 1:51:37; 989
17 STEVE LEFFERS 52:43 Miles Gensler 1:05:31; 245 Robert Edg- 740 Agathe Papillaud 1:39:59; 741 Susan 2:03:17; 1223 Jim Hughes 2:03:19; 1224
1:13:21; 496 Theo Parisek 1:13:37; 497 David Baker IV 1:51:37;
comb 1:05:32; 246 Jason Howard 1:05:34; Kelly 1:40:01; 742 Andrew Cullen 1:40:01; Kenneth (Ken) Fischer 2:03:28; 1225
William Rzutkiewicz 1:13:42; 498 Dimitris 990 Chris Schumacher 1:51:39; 991
18 ANDREW COBOURN 52:56 247 Spencer Fast 1:05:35; 248 Peter Fish 743 Eric Saibel 1:40:04; 744 Justin Ren- Robert Akers 2:03:32; 1226 Patrick Erker
Sklaropoulos 1:13:46; 499 Christian Fong Soren Buckley 1:51:42; 992 Pierce Curtin
1:05:35; 249 Rebecca Gordon 1:05:40; audin 1:40:13; 745 Marie Hoopes 1:40:14; 2:03:34; 1227 Alan Linch 2:03:35; 1228 Jef-
1:13:48; 1:51:44; 993 Paige Steinman 1:51:45; 994
19 JOSH GARRETT 52:57 250 Brenda Blinn 1:05:43; 251 Tim Hyer 500 Jordon Sullivan 1:13:48; 501 John 746 Ian Klassen 1:40:20; 747 Beth Ridout frey Way 2:03:36; 1229 Hannah Momsen
Liz Volk Lawler 1:51:46; 995 Skip Sanberg
1:05:43; 252 Bud Parer 1:05:45; 253 Leslie Hukari 1:13:51; 502 Geoffrey Baylor 1:40:20; 748 Martina Konietzny 1:40:25; 1:51:47; 996 Andrew Kletzing 1:51:49; 997 2:03:37;
20 STEVEN IGLEHART 53:00 Tighe 1:05:46; 254 Frank Cuneo 1:05:46; 1:13:52; 503 Ken Taylor 1:13:53; 504 749 David Samra 1:40:35; Jeff Perkins 1:51:52; 998 Fiona Kelsey 1230 Barry Denlinger 2:03:49; 1231 Mi-
255 William Egan 1:05:46; 256 Gregg Isabella Amyx 1:13:54; 505 Bridie Dillon 750 Bryan Porter 1:40:39; 751 Julie 1:51:58; 999 Flynn Stuart 1:52:03; chael Muldoon 2:03:53; 1232 Samantha
21 LYLE RUMON 53:03 Adam 1:05:48; 257 Paul Alsdorf 1:05:50; 1:13:55; 506 David Jack 1:14:00; 507 Ian Galbraith 1:40:39; 752 Laurie Boscoe 1000 Christopher Tokarski 1:52:08; 1001 Stuart 2:03:57; 1233 James Kerstetter
258 Daniel Milechman 1:05:52; 259 Jason Macallister 1:14:04; 508 Aidan Sweeny 1:40:44; 753 Grant Palmer 1:40:44; 754 Patricia Ostertag 1:52:09; 1002 Jason 2:03:59; 1234 Don Sparks 2:04:20; 1235
22 DANIEL KONO 53:04 Walters 1:05:53; 1:14:06; 509 Alissa Philp 1:14:06; Donald Loarie 1:40:45; 755 Robin Dono- Rosenberg 1:52:11; 1003 Madeline Rodri- Audrey Kosla 2:04:26; 1236 Toby Clark
260 Gary Little 1:05:54; 261 John 510 Pam Jolliffe 1:14:07; 511 Matteo hoe 1:40:45; 756 Gary Kirchubel 1:40:46; guez 1:52:22; 1004 Jake Feehan 1:52:30; 2:04:26; 1237 Nicholas Kosla 2:04:26;
23 JARED BARRILLEAUX 53:06 McKlveen 1:05:56; 262 Phil Oreste 757 Tanya Steinhofer 1:40:47; 758 Isabel 1238 Norman Pease 2:04:31; 1239 Tim
Nagle 1:14:29; 512 John Pfeister 1:14:34; 1005 Steven Feehan 1:52:30; 1006 Sayles
1:05:57; 263 Connor Thorp 1:05:57; 264 513 Bob Bunnell 1:14:34; 514 Joseph Adam 1:40:51; 759 Andrea Cullerton Day 1:52:32; 1007 Hodges Day 1:52:32; Kaplan 2:04:32;
24 JAMEY GIFFORD 53:07 Joe Minutoli 1:05:58; 265 Thomas Pryor 1:40:58; 1240 Joshua Wyss 2:04:39; 1241 Mary
Carter 1:14:37; 515 Mackenzie Nickels 1008 Patrick Mahoney 1:52:36; 1009 Katie
1:05:58; 266 Scott Donnellan 1:06:00; 267 1:14:37; 516 Greg Feller 1:14:43; 517 Seth 760 Jack Ryan 1:41:03; 761 Ian McGuire Miller 1:52:38; Fine 2:04:40; 1242 Paula Castillo Hi
25 DOUG STEEDMAN 53:09 2:04:43; 1243 Joyce Hoelzle 2:04:51; 1244
Eric Stewart 1:06:00; 268 Patrick Flem- Miller 1:14:45; 518 John Chesley 1:14:47; 1:41:03; 762 Marley Nacco 1:41:04; 763 1010 Emily Conrad 1:52:39; 1011 Penelo-
ming 1:06:02; 269 Marilou McFarlane 519 Diana Daniel 1:14:53; Adam Leikin 1:41:05; 764 Trinity Chancel- pe Draganic 1:52:41; 1012 Tom Robinson Matt Nagle 2:04:54; 1245 Craig Sultan
26 MARK TATUM 53:14 520 Gwin Stumbaugh 1:14:54; 521 2:04:57; 1246 Cicely Muldoon 2:05:10;
1:06:03; lor 1:41:10; 765 Leigh Fanady 1:41:11; 766 1:52:42; 1013 Edward Hugo 1:52:42;
270 Rory Springfield 1:06:05; 271 Aaron Brookes 1:15:04; 522 Samir Shah Scott Mitic 1:41:15; 767 Josh Steinman 1014 Brian O’Keefe 1:52:43; 1015 Sophie 1247 Karin Onkka 2:05:22; 1248 Beth
27 JOHN HUDSON 53:19 Livingston 2:05:29; 1249 Linda Wendt
Jonathan Rockwood 1:06:05; 272 Walter 1:15:06; 523 Bob Cowdrey 1:15:12; 524 1:41:20; 768 Karen Barry 1:41:23; 769 Paul Legendre 1:52:43; 1016 Sophia Barron
Paulsen 1:06:06; 273 Victor Ballesteros Christopher Golis 1:15:13; 525 Todd Williams 1:41:27; 1:52:43; 1017 Luke Bleckman 1:52:44; 2:05:33;
28 STEPHEN DONAHUE 53:21
1:06:07; 274 Annika Levaggi 1:06:07; 275 Sadow 1:15:18; 526 Timo Allison 1:15:20; 770 Linus Toernquist 1:41:28; 771 Albert 1018 Elysha Omoomy 1:52:47; 1019 Chitra 1250 Cheri St. John 2:05:33; 1251 Michael
Charles Baker 1:06:08; 276 Bruce Wright 527 Sam Sherry 1:15:26; 528 Kris Niyogi Rojas 1:41:33; 772 Don Timmer 1:41:34; Rajeshwari 1:52:48; Farb 2:05:40; 1252 Alexandra Eisler
29 WES THURMAN 53:26
1:06:09; 277 Bill Neer 1:06:11; 278 Preston 1:15:38; 529 Meghan Tanel 1:15:40; 773 Angie Deritt 1:41:38; 774 Belinda 1020 Joe Batteer 1:52:53; 1021 Mark 2:05:42; 1253 Peggy Sousa 2:05:47; 1254
30 BRADLEY O’BRIEN 53:37 Sitterly 1:06:13; 279 William Menchine 530 Richard Slatter 1:15:44; 531 Robert Wood 1:41:40; 775 David Grayce 1:41:40; Hampton 1:52:55; 1022 Meghan Marks Paul Ciardiello 2:05:57; 1255 Julia McIn-
1:06:14; Knox 1:15:49; 532 Mohamad Mamoon 776 Joshua Batteer 1:41:41; 777 Victor 1:52:56; 1023 Bill Reilly 1:52:57; 1024 nis 2:06:14; 1256 Margarita Omoomy
31 JOHN LITZENBERG III 53:43 280 Paul Marmaro 1:06:16; 281 Lisa Bar- 1:15:52; 533 Ashley Hauke 1:15:53; 534 Jakubiuk 1:41:42; 778 Robert McInnis Matteo Hanson 1:52:58; 1025 Robert 2:06:17; 1257 Susan Akram 2:06:26; 1258
ringer 1:06:19; 282 carson forter 1:06:21; Russell Morgan 1:16:05; 535 Kieran 1:41:43; 779 Erika Kikuchi 1:41:45; Epstein 1:52:59; 1026 Daniel Huston Allen Scott 2:06:39; 1259 Michael Cabana
32 JOSHUA LERNER 53:55 283 Ken Frankel 1:06:21; 284 Joseph Karp Geffert 1:16:13; 536 Ethan Schatz 1:16:16; 780 Kevin Ruger 1:41:50; 781 Mitch Cohen 1:53:00; 1027 Peter Schumacher 1:53:02; 2:06:49;
1:06:22; 285 Maryann Nelson 1:06:23; 537 Josh Sternberg 1:16:22; 538 Michelle 1:41:51; 782 Matthew Partain 1:41:51; 783 1028 Christine Girardi 1:53:03; 1029 John 1260 Jessica Clements 2:06:53; 1261
33 JERRY EDELBROCK 54:12 286 Brett Carolan 1:06:23; 287 Vicki Wilcox 1:16:24; 539 Karen Simontacchi Erica Calderon 1:41:54; 784 Steven Patti Longley 1:53:05; Miriam Godstein 2:07:05; 1262 Mike
DeMenno 1:06:23; 288 Mary Etta Boitano Brisson 1:16:31; 1:41:57; 785 Ethan Rosegard 1:41:57; 786 1030 Tracy Heizer 1:53:07; 1031 Taliana Webb 2:07:12; 1263 Keith Larson 2:07:22;
34 SARAH TABBUTT 54:13 Blanchard 1:06:24; 289 Michael Christy 540 Curtis Robinson 1:16:32; 541 Amby Cal Tobin 1:42:00; 787 Alejandra Bennett Lermusiaux 1:53:08; 1032 Scott Chronert 1264 Mia Tokarski 2:07:28; 1265 Alison
1:06:25; Burfoot 1:16:32; 542 Vinny Fausone 1:42:02; 788 Matthew Sade 1:42:02; 789 1:53:10; 1033 Henry Cashen III 1:53:13; Munn 2:07:28; 1266 Alexandra Nelch
35 HANS SCHMID 54:28 290 Tom Brown 1:06:26; 291 Anthony 1:16:33; 543 Joann Helmus 1:16:33; 544 Tracy Kirchner 1:42:05; 1034 Christie Neill 1:53:17; 1035 Sydney 2:07:50; 1267 Pierce Sanderson 2:07:53;
Machi 1:06:29; 292 Matt Craven 1:06:30; Dario Valeriano 1:16:35; 545 Kai Bergheer 790 Kirk Wollenweber 1:42:12; 791 Pastore 1:53:28; 1036 Edmarc Hedrick 1268 Logan Sanderson 2:07:53; 1269
36 Vanessa Miller 54:43; 37 Chris Banks 293 J.J. Rams 1:06:33; 294 Kathleen 1:16:43; 546 Chris Kearney 1:16:44; 547 Joshua Grab 1:42:15; 792 Hanna Bockh 1:53:31; 1037 Paul Stevenson 1:53:35; David Wheeler 2:08:01;
54:44; 38 Ryan Matz 54:47; 39 Corey Helmer 1:06:34; 295 Robert Lund 1:06:37; Josh Rafner 1:16:48; 548 Charles Savage 1:42:15; 793 John Rettig 1:42:18; 794 1038 Nicholas Gordon 1:53:38; 1039 1270 Robb Briggs 2:08:03; 1271 Michael
Baxter 54:47; 40 Clara Peterson 54:56; 41 296 Susan Ferdinandi 1:06:39; 297 Will 1:16:54; 549 Angela Rafner 1:17:00; Anthony Vitali 1:42:19; 795 Mark Harrold Thomas St. John 1:53:41; Holt 2:08:07; 1272 Stephanie Hauke
John Gardiner 55:22; 42 Craig Robinson Aarsheim 1:06:40; 298 Kenton Wolfers 550 Alden Woodrow 1:17:01; 551 George 1:42:20; 796 Mark Lenz 1:42:31; 797 1040 Christopher Thorman 1:53:43; 1041 2:08:15; 1273 Robert Hauke 2:08:15; 1274
55:30; 43 Mikhail Shemyakin 55:35; 1:06:41; 299 Peter Badertscher 1:06:42; Forman 1:17:03; 552 Nicholas Goulding Park Allen 1:42:35; 798 John Fernandes Steven Bliss 1:53:48; 1042 Michael Jud- Heidi Carman 2:08:16; 1275 Lucy Leong
44 Kurt Ryan 55:53; 45 Jennifer Foster 300 Alan Grau 1:06:42; 301 Elizabeth 1:17:12; 553 Laura Carmany 1:17:14; 554 1:42:39; 799 Jason Pomerantz 1:42:43; son 1:53:51; 1043 Donna Torrisi 1:53:54; Chen 2:08:20; 1276 Benjamin Moglen
55:59; 46 Don Lindsey 56:01; 47 Kristen Oates 1:06:43; 302 Cory Hannaford Jerry Freeman 1:17:16; 555 Eric Spector 800 Paul Scheuring 1:42:43; 801 Tom 1044 Yves Lermusiaux 1:53:59; 1045 Har- 2:08:22; 1277 John Batley 2:08:23; 1278
McCarthy 56:16; 48 John Lawson 56:18; 1:06:44; 303 Tom Hockin 1:06:45; 304 1:17:26; 556 Ronald Goss 1:17:30; 557 Cur- Oprendek 1:42:50; 802 Amy Dibble old Donnelly 1:54:01; 1046 Todd Ritola
49 Richard Morrissey 56:24; Jack Fausone 2:08:49; 1279 Steve Cle-
John Ryan Bosch 1:06:52; 305 Kyle Finger tis Press 1:17:41; 558 Thuy Luu 1:17:55; 1:42:50; 803 Dominic Hollingdale 1:43:01; 1:54:13; 1047 Brooks Hueser 1:54:17; 1048 ments 2:08:54;
50 Jeffrey Stern 56:33; 51 Craig Miller 1:06:56; 306 George Barry 1:06:57; 307 559 Tim Fewell 1:18:04; 804 Brendan Franich 1:43:03; 805 Thomas Michael Elhavarria 1:54:18; 1049 Cary
56:36; 52 Lila Crowley 56:38; 53 Michael 1280 Andrew Girardi 2:08:58; 1281
Blake Thomas 1:06:57; 308 Russell Mack- 560 Catalina Ramos 1:18:29; 561 Irene Paolini 1:43:07; 806 Caroline Horn Hueser 1:54:18; Kimberley Overaa 2:09:11; 1282 Penny
Broom 56:41; 54 Alan Reynolds 56:48; ie 1:07:00; 309 Beth Friedman 1:07:01; Herman 1:19:12; 562 Daniel Reidy 1:19:27; 1:43:12; 807 Christina Michaels 1:43:16; 1050 Charlie Baker 1:54:20; 1051 Morgan
55 Anna Harleen 56:50; 56 Mark Helmus Bacharach 2:09:13; 1283 Peter Langley
310 Oscar Nesbitt-Schnadt 1:07:05; 311 563 Lisa Hilbert 1:19:39; 564 Michael 808 Howard Flax 1:43:19; 809 Jeffrey Thaxter 1:54:20; 1052 Jessica Hudson 2:09:17; 1284 Lee Marshall 2:09:21; 1285
56:52; 57 Kevin Nickodem 56:52; 58 Kelly Alexander Shemyakin 1:07:05; 312 Juan Adams 1:19:40; 565 Olivia Palmer 1:20:26; Gossett 1:43:20; 1:54:22; 1053 Meghan O’Keefe 1:54:22;
O’Mara 56:56; 59 Sid Bagga 56:58; Cory Sturtevant 2:09:22; 1286 Nicole
Hernandez 1:07:05; 313 Doug Barta 566 Philip Lowton 1:20:32; 567 Joannie 810 Tim Amyx 1:43:21; 811 Mathew 1054 Cemal Semerci 1:54:22; 1055 Janie
60 Daniel Dimeo 56:59; 61 Edward Breen Kimborowicz 2:09:36; 1287 Brian Dough-
1:07:06; 314 Cora Went 1:07:09; 315 David Siegler 1:20:53; 568 Tyler Hansen 1:20:58; Johnson 1:43:22; 812 Eric Spaly 1:43:29; Karp 1:54:24; 1056 Chloe Griffin 1:54:24;
57:01; 62 Brian Keeffe 57:03; 63 Drew erty 2:09:50; 1288 Nicole Reese 2:10:49;
Shlachter 1:07:09; 316 Ashley Sternfels 569 Justin Hannigan 1:21:06; 813 Jason Kuhns 1:43:30; 814 Diana 1057 Isabelle Fymat 1:54:26; 1058 Brian
Markovich 57:13; 64 Tom Neuman 57:17; 1289 Anne LaFollette 2:10:55;
1:07:10; 317 Patrick O’Connor 1:07:11; 570 Liam McFerrin 1:21:08; 571 Noah Gilmore 1:43:32; 815 Max Rettig 1:43:33; Michie 1:54:28; 1059 Erin Cooney 1:54:30;
65 Lucas Agricola 57:23; 66 John Lundy 1290 Sheila Dahlgren 2:10:58; 1291 Daniel
318 Madeline O’Keefe 1:07:12; 319 Alex Bovarnick 1:21:09; 572 Brock Albee 816 Mark Cutmore 1:43:34; 817 Robert 1060 Kathleen Stranton 1:54:30; 1061
57:29; 67 Elena Shemyakina 57:31; 68 Levi Dahlgren 2:10:58; 1292 Greta Miller
Valencia 1:07:14; 1:21:15; 573 Karen Hatley 1:21:26; 574 Lo- Swenson 1:43:37; 818 John Zulim 1:43:39; Daniel Gordon 1:54:32; 1062 John Blecka
Webb 57:34; 69 Joseph Stefani 57:35; renzo Cordova 1:21:37; 575 Bill Talmage 1:54:33; 1063 Ivan Montoya 1:54:36; 1064 2:11:29; 1293 Lauren Townsend 2:11:32;
320 Matthew Barkovich 1:07:17; 321 Dierk 819 Megan Glasson 1:43:43;
70 John Marks 57:36; 71 Camron 1:21:40; 576 Kevin Finnegan 1:21:42; Mark McManus 1:54:37; 1065 Myles 1294 Julia Townsend 2:11:32; 1295 Jason
Herberman 1:07:21; 322 Matt Leffers 820 Kim Cooke 1:43:50; 821 Marton
Shahmirzadi 57:37; 72 Megan Arauzo 577 Doug Griffin 1:22:01; 578 Anthony McManus 1:54:38; 1066 Kennedy McCone Rzutkiewicz 2:11:34; 1296 Aaron Feld-
1:07:23; 323 Brian Herrera 1:07:24; 324 Siklos 1:43:55; 822 Ali Thomas 1:43:57;
57:38; 73 Jonathan Bretan 57:40; 74 Brian Ducomb 1:22:24; 579 Richard Blanchard 1:54:38; 1067 Wynee Sade 1:54:40; 1068 stein 2:11:38; 1297 Matt Zuniga 2:12:01;
Kurt Knierim 1:07:24; 325 Jody Chinchen 823 Manuel Splain 1:43:57; 824 Kim
Gilliss 57:45; 75 Gregory Reiff 57:50; 76 1:07:26; 326 John Hake 1:07:27; 327 Todd III 1:22:54; Matt Davis 1:54:41; 1069 Jeff Candrian 1298 Lisa Feldmann 2:12:27; 1299 Amy
Knez Dostal 1:43:59; 825 A John Gambs
Alex Sterling 57:53; 77 Crispin Flowerday Law 1:07:29; 328 Charles Alvarez 1:07:30; 580 Mark Brown 1:22:56; 581 Steven 1:44:05; 826 Jason Levy 1:44:06; 827 1:54:49; Saenz 2:12:31;
57:56; 78 Patricia Shore 57:58; 79 Loren 329 Paul Weber 1:07:34; Shapiro 1:23:20; 582 Steven Cozza Kelby Buckley 1:44:08; 828 Amy Davirro 1070 Holly Martin 1:54:50; 1071 Ben 1300 Alana Finley 2:12:34; 1301 Jacob
Newman 58:02; 330 Dario Zea 1:07:34; 331 Dennis Finger 1:23:28; 583 Violetta Della Valle 1:23:43; 1:44:09; 829 Zebah Mamoon 1:44:11; Stuart 1:54:52; 1072 Jack (John) Scheifly Ben-Shmuel 2:12:41; 1302 Juliette
80 Stefan Laursen 58:10; 81 Don Makela 1:07:34; 332 Todd Stevenot 1:07:35; 333 584 William Peace 1:24:06; 585 Christie 830 Oliver Katz 1:44:15; 831 Grace Towle 1:54:53; 1073 Maddy O’Hara 1:54:55; 1074 Lermusiaux 2:12:44; 1303 Amberly Clark
58:13; 82 Roy Kissin 58:14; 83 Lawrence Bridget Went 1:07:35; 334 Sean Murphy Pastalka 1:24:27; 586 Zofia (Zoe) Herber- 1:44:17; 832 Jake Hekemian 1:44:18; 833 Sarah Barron 1:54:58; 1075 Charlene 2:12:47; 1304 Rachel Dimon 2:12:49;
Jones 58:18; 84 Spenser Talkington 1:07:36; 335 Tim Corliss 1:07:37; 336 mann 1:24:27; 587 Campbell Day 1:24:28; Holly Kelly 1:44:20; 834 Avery Tobin Harshbarger 1:54:59; 1076 Christina 1305 Marina Multhaup 2:12:50; 1306
58:18; 85 Chris Smith 58:22; 86 Sebastian Caroline Koch 1:07:37; 337 Dustin Decker 588 Gary Leikin 1:24:34; 589 Tom Haxton 1:44:23; 835 Mia Vlaming 1:44:23; 836 Goebel 1:55:00; 1077 Karen Jaber 1:55:01; Kathy Sostaric 2:12:55; 1307 David Cook
Wolf 58:26; 87 Eric Clifton 58:33; 88 An- 1:07:38; 338 Michael Kloepfer 1:07:39; 1:24:42; Graham Mannion 1:44:27; 837 Genevieve 1078 Joshua Goldstein 1:55:03; 1079 2:13:20; 1308 Lars Gilmore 2:13:22; 1309
drew Tibbits 58:37; 89 Paul Law 58:40; 339 Dan Webb 1:07:40; 590 Patrick Lynch 1:25:08; 591 Tim Areg- Durham 1:44:29; 838 Vanessa Hansen Andrew Gear 1:55:06; Kristen Decker 2:13:41;
90 John Catts 58:40; 91 Paul Braa 59:01; 340 Oliver Arnesson 1:07:42; 341 Paul ger 1:25:14; 592 Urban Carmel 1:25:24; 1:44:40; 839 David Wood 1:44:47; 1080 Daniel Livsey 1:55:08; 1081 Carol 1310 Merle Meyers 2:13:46; 1311 Denise
92 Michael Thomas 59:02; 93 Joseph Fitzsimmons 1:07:44; 342 Louis Arquie 593 Paul Breimayer 1:25:25; 594 Natale 840 Aidan Linscott 1:44:52; 841 Stuart Tagliaferri 1:55:11; 1082 Naidene Eisele Leffers 2:13:59; 1312 Lucina Vernazza
Biehl 59:03; 94 Andrew Lie 59:04; 95 1:07:47; 343 Mark Strawn 1:07:48; 344 Cardamone 1:25:30; 595 Mike Gallagher St. Clair 1:44:53; 842 Michael Pepper 1:55:11; 1083 Brooklyn Shattuck 1:55:12; 2:14:08; 1313 Lorraine Cogan 2:14:11;
Kevin Head 59:06; 96 Mark Speets 59:15; Andrew Vogt 1:07:49; 345 Jason Larson 1:25:41; 596 Bill Dodson 1:25:49; 597 Bin 1:44:57; 843 Natalie Scheuring 1:45:02; 1084 Justin Drew Lipner 1:55:14; 1085 1314 Freddy Dominguez 2:14:11; 1315
97 Lisa Trustin 59:22; 98 Laura Richard 1:07:51; 346 Justin Harrison 1:07:53; 347 Knight 1:26:55; 598 Connor Chen 1:27:04; 844 Jill Nickels 1:45:08; 845 Honey Orser Jon Goldstein 1:55:15; 1086 Peter Macy Michelle Jeffers 2:14:18; 1316 Molly
59:33; 99 Patrick Bennett 59:35; John Young 1:07:55; 348 James Flanigan 599 Nate Brennand 1:27:12; 1:45:14; 846 Jessica McLellan 1:45:15; 1:55:15; 1087 Christina Gotelli 1:55:17; Sturtevant 2:14:25; 1317 Denis Huston
100 Arthur Beckert 59:41; 101 Kevin 1:07:57; 349 Mark Shaw 1:08:00; 600 Rosario Bennett 1:27:17; 601 Scott 847 Dan Ciccarone 1:45:19; 848 Evan Lee 1088 Charlie Wiltsee 1:55:17; 1089 Eva 2:14:36; 1318 Tadashi Castillo Hi 2:14:40;
Clifford 59:56; 102 Patrick Hauke 1:00:00; 350 Todd Johns 1:08:01; 351 Nick Ritchie Bassin 1:27:38; 602 Janet Furman 1:27:48; 1:45:22; 849 Barry Williams 1:45:27; Rowbury 1:55:17; 1319 Ava Tomasky Cohen 2:14:41;
103 Jill Baker 1:00:01; 104 Gregory King 1:08:01; 352 Mike Locati 1:08:02; 353 603 Neil Johnson 1:27:51; 604 Steve Nash 850 Rebecca Sterling 1:45:27; 851 Ronnie 1090 Robert Mowry 1:55:18; 1091 Jamie 1320 Hope Johnson 2:14:42; 1321 Laurel
1:00:02; 105 Cody Chapman 1:00:07; 106 Eric Bjornson 1:08:03; 354 Boris Pialloux 1:28:05; 605 Sarah Nutting 1:28:20; 606 Goodman 1:45:32; 852 Joanna DeLong Kuhns 1:55:25; 1092 Frankie Foster Philp 2:14:42; 1322 Judi Jo Lee 2:14:42;
David Takacs 1:00:10; 107 Tyler Harwood 1:08:05; 355 Glen Segal 1:08:05; 356 Erin Nathan Blomgren 1:28:21; 607 Marina 1:45:33; 853 Kenneth Casey 1:45:43; 1:55:25; 1093 Sloan Bailey 1:55:26; 1094 1323 Eliza Harlow 2:14:43; 1324 Jesse
1:00:11; 108 Tyler Deniston 1:00:13; 109 Wagner 1:08:07; 357 Paul Wais 1:08:08; Glaus 1:28:26; 608 Curtis Robinson 854 Curt Sigfstead 1:45:44; 855 William Natalie Towle 1:55:30; 1095 Tenley Foran Apperson 2:14:53; 1325 Jennifer Bramble
Luc Morin 1:00:15; 358 Jordan Eth 1:08:09; 359 Harry Higgins 1:28:29; 609 Tara Curtin 1:28:34; Gilmore 1:45:46; 856 Camille Daniels 1:55:39; 1096 Kendall Ritchie 1:55:39; 2:14:57; 1326 Jill Cordova - Holt 2:15:12;
110 Baker Lyon 1:00:17; 111 Mike Keck 1:08:13; 610 Daniel Crane 1:28:38; 611 Sarah 1:45:48; 857 Auden Schraeder 1:45:48; 1097 Kenneth Johnson 1:55:40; 1098 Alexi 1327 Silas Valentino 2:15:40; 1328 Blanca
1:00:20; 112 Kevin Walker 1:00:22; 113 360 Keven Williams 1:08:15; 361 Julia Rafanelli 1:28:39; 612 P. Russell Kiernan 858 Darin Delagnes 1:45:49; 859 Steven Cashen 1:55:47; 1099 Matisse Buckley Izquierdo 2:15:46; 1329 Dominick Rettig
Andrew Sternfels 1:00:24; 114 Richard Mace 1:08:16; 362 A Colby Powell 1:08:17; 1:28:40; 613 John Miekley 1:29:01; 614 Berreman 1:45:49; 1:55:57; 2:16:09;
Alvarado 1:00:26; 115 Isabel Diaz 1:00:29; 363 Jason Cooke 1:08:19; 364 Christopher Greg Kroleski 1:29:05; 615 Michael Swee- 860 Doug Nickels 1:45:52; 861 Jamie 1100 Steven Gallagher 1:56:04; 1101 1330 Allison Godfrey 2:16:10; 1331 Jens
116 Craig Mead 1:00:29; 117 Laurie Smith Zak 1:08:20; 365 Julian Youngblood ney 1:29:26; 616 James Moore 1:29:42; Garcia 1:45:53; 862 Nick Roger 1:46:04; Shannon Short 1:56:05; 1102 Jim McGuin- Lermusiaux 2:16:11; 1332 Rebecca
1:00:33; 118 Andrew Willis 1:00:36; 119 1:08:20; 366 Wayne Patton 1:08:22; 367 617 Derek Kaufman 1:29:42; 618 Aron 863 Christopher Alberts 1:46:08; 864 ness 1:56:06; 1103 Achim Hoelzle 1:56:16; McCarthy 2:16:12; 1333 Dawn Denberg
Matt DeShazo 1:00:36; Coleman Morrow 1:08:25; 368 Edward Khanna 1:29:44; 619 Robert Plumeau Mark Thomas 1:46:10; 865 Andrew 1104 Hitoe Okun 1:56:22; 1105 Nora Mar- 2:16:30; 1334 Eric Multhaup 2:16:35; 1335
120 Matthew Schmidt 1:00:38; 121 Brad Sweet 1:08:26; 369 Sam Dillman 1:08:26; 1:29:45; Hoeberichts 1:46:10; 866 Matt McFerrin tin 1:56:25; 1106 Danielle Sold 1:56:27; Christian Petersen 2:16:55; 1336 Cliff
Smith 1:00:41; 122 John Howard III 370 Scott Morehouse 1:08:27; 371 Ian 620 Mark Oliver 1:29:48; 621 Toby Roess- 1:46:13; 867 James Hobbs 1:46:13; 868 1107 Roberto Santo Domingo 1:56:33; Clark 2:17:06; 1337 Eric Bramble 2:17:08;
1:00:44; 123 Conor Flemming 1:00:48; 124 Pund 1:08:30; 372 Jennifer Wallen ingh 1:29:53; 622 Nicholas Wong 1:29:59; Xavier Miller 1:46:14; 869 Robert Sterling 1108 Joaquin Fritz 1:56:44; 1109 Cameron 1338 Bob Agazzi 2:17:28; 1339 Ellis Taylor
Daniel Dell’Osso 1:00:49; 125 Christopher 1:08:30; 373 Parker Mascott 1:08:32; 374 623 Mark Cullen 1:30:01; 624 Nate Wol- 1:46:18; Baker 1:56:50; 2:17:45;
Dankworth 1:00:51; 126 Scott Dunlap Trevor Islam 1:08:32; 375 Phelps Wood lenweber 1:30:12; 625 Tony Avila 1:30:22; 870 Pamela Bittner 1:46:21; 871 Robin 1110 Cameron Powell 1:56:54; 1111 Annie 1340 Nick Tapia 2:17:47; 1341 Eric Lachter
1:00:51; 127 Katie Fitzpatrick 1:00:52; 1:08:32; 376 Ron Strauss 1:08:33; 377 626 Aki Yoshikawa 1:30:25; 627 Jack Stranton 1:46:22; 872 Soheil Shayegh Baker 1:56:54; 1112 Anais Nagle 1:56:56; 2:17:48; 1342 Jordan Speets 2:18:19; 1343
128 Wyatt Miceli 1:00:52; 129 Rebecca Devon Johnson 1:08:33; 378 Stephen Gray Nash 1:30:53; 628 Jack Eisele 1:30:56; 629 1:46:24; 873 Mac Shattuck 1:46:24; 874 1113 Craig Johnson 1:56:56; 1114 Ephets Mayumi Zelechoski 2:18:20; 1344 Cathi
Wheeler 1:00:54; 1:08:34; 379 Abel Eisentraut 1:08:36; Patricia Heaney 1:30:57; Kristen Ryan 1:46:26; 875 Nicole Hoelzle Head 1:57:01; 1115 Jeffrey White 1:57:05; Ketterling 2:18:30; 1345 Maddie Reyes
130 Bregy VanCleve 1:00:55; 131 Nancy 380 Frederic Lequient 1:08:37; 381 630 Jonah Buessing 1:31:10; 631 George 1:46:28; 876 Alex Salogub 1:46:31; 877 1116 Jeff Cookston 1:57:08; 1117 Alyce 2:18:39; 1346 Isabel Powell 2:18:42;
Clary 1:00:57; 132 James Morris 1:00:58; Francois Grenier 1:08:40; 382 Jonathan Torgun 1:31:16; 632 Ty Mayberry 1:31:22; Matthew Wilka 1:46:31; 878 Jon Schleun- Eisele 1:57:16; 1118 Anastasia Rodriguez 1347 Wen Su 2:19:30; 1348 Guy Wulfing
133 Matt Chronert 1:00:58; 134 Bruce Adams 1:08:43; 383 Roy Lambertson 633 Nick Bockh 1:31:32; 634 Schuyler ing 1:46:32; 879 Megan Olsen 1:46:32; 1:57:16; 1119 Benjamin Durham 1:57:16; 2:19:32; 1349 Micaela Robinson 2:19:52;
Benter 1:00:58; 135 John Van Hoff 1:08:43; 384 William McGregor 1:08:44; Hoeberichts 1:31:52; 635 Finleigh 880 Mark Beere 1:46:35; 881 Gabriella 1120 David Buessing 1:57:19; 1121 Susan 1350 Peter Berry 2:20:01; 1351 Shubie Gu-
1:01:00; 136 Gretchen Andrus 1:01:02; 137 385 Alex Hamza - Goodacre 1:08:45; 386 Levinson 1:31:56; 636 Paul Szczepaniak Hoeberichts 1:46:36; 882 Sarah Chao Santo 1:57:20; 1122 Bradley Bishop lati 2:20:04; 1352 Justen Gooding 2:20:08;
Drew Mickel 1:01:03; 138 Thor Shattuck Julie Angevine 1:08:46; 387 Tim Ariow- 1:32:04; 637 Caroline Dowd 1:32:12; 638 1:46:37; 883 Nuria Duran 1:46:43; 884 1:57:20; 1123 Sam Eisler 1:57:30; 1124 1353 Valerie Stratta Trenev 2:20:27; 1354
1:01:06; 139 Dylan MacDonald 1:01:07; itsch 1:08:47; 388 David Freund 1:08:48; Kristin Robillard 1:32:13; 639 Shannon Christian Jordan 1:46:43; 885 Noel Angel Lemus 1:57:35; 1125 Mark Miller Rich Martin 2:21:03; 1355 Thomas Druge
140 Ken Fenyo 1:01:08; 141 Tom Dugan 389 Charlotte Sullivan 1:08:49; McKillop-Herr 1:32:30; Saturay 1:46:43; 886 Ava Kerr 1:46:50; 1:57:38; 1126 Gregory Bishop 1:57:39; 2:21:28; 1356 Sharon Fox 2:21:35; 1357
1:01:09; 142 John Hommeyer 1:01:17; 143 390 Byron Melendy 1:08:50; 391 Mark 640 John Hill 1:32:45; 641 Randy Hauke 887 Maxwell (Max) Rettig 1:46:50; 888 1127 Jason Bacharach 1:57:46; 1128 Al- Al Lieb 2:21:51; 1358 Michael Genovese
Moriah Buckley 1:01:21; 144 Scott Lehm- Shimmin 1:08:51; 392 Lauren Steele 1:32:53; 642 Giulia Leal 1:33:02; 643 Ben Winter 1:46:51; 889 Adelaide Vida legra Poggio 1:57:50; 1129 Joseph Naggar 2:22:38; 1359 Dyan Bender 2:22:59;
kuhl 1:01:24; 145 Sarah Evans 1:01:24; 146 1:08:51; 393 Jonathan de St Paer 1:08:52; Henry Denberg 1:33:04; 644 Ted Bradley 1:46:54; 1:57:59; 1360 Evette Hernandez 2:23:15; 1361 Ger-
Chris Dodge 1:01:39; 147 Otto Ryersen 394 Erik Yergensen 1:08:53; 395 Peter Po- 1:33:05; 645 Patrick Sullivan 1:33:29; 646 890 Steven Gensler 1:47:01; 891 Zoe 1130 Ryder Brookes 1:58:01; 1131 Erik ald Freedman 2:23:22; 1362 Michael Coll
1:01:42; 148 Eduardo Vazquez 1:01:50; land 1:08:53; 396 Mari Overbeck 1:08:58; Gen Watanabe 1:33:34; 647 Oliver Nick- Tokarski 1:47:01; 892 Sheng Wu 1:47:02; Lammerding 1:58:02; 1132 Ryan McCol- 2:23:48; 1363 Sheila Coll 2:23:48; 1364
149 Edward Randolph 1:01:53; 397 Jordan Kobert 1:08:58; 398 Jack Roy elsen 1:33:39; 648 Valerie Lim 1:33:39; 893 Adam Gerhart 1:47:05; 894 Nathaniel lam 1:58:03; 1133 Sasha Faulkner 1:58:04;
Kelton Clark 2:24:21; 1365 Grace Kosla
150 Jon Schroeder 1:01:53; 151 Brooks 1:09:00; 399 Todd May 1:09:00; 649 Samuel Nickelsen 1:33:41; Schohn 1:47:09; 895 Aaron Schohn 1134 Kristina Wallender 1:58:04; 1135
Rahmer 1:01:54; 152 Timothee Walters 2:24:22; 1366 Larissa Kosla 2:24:54; 1367
400 John Howard 1:09:02; 401 Ol- 650 Thomas McConnon 1:33:53; 651 Mi- 1:47:09; 896 Eric Slez 1:47:11; 897 Cam- Ward Bushee 1:58:10; 1136 Marianne
1:02:00; 153 Ian Walton 1:02:01; 154 Nora Clark 2:25:05; 1368 James Stratta
ivia Llyod 1:09:03; 402 John Burmester chael Mascott 1:34:02; 652 Chris Travers eron Zachary 1:47:13; 898 Amy Yoger Frank 1:58:15; 1137 David Rosenfeld
Ashely Cashel 1:02:02; 155 Amy Macau- 2:25:10; 1369 Jack McCollam 2:25:11;
1:09:05; 403 David Leipsic 1:09:05; 404 1:34:09; 653 Ashley Townsend 1:34:18; 1:47:14; 899 Alexandra Zak 1:47:20; 1:58:19; 1138 Ryan Oliver 1:58:23; 1139
ley 1:02:03; 156 Scott McCue 1:02:04; 1370 Elizabeth Krauth Oprendek 2:25:31;
Alex Frankel 1:09:06; 405 James Dyett 654 Fred Ward 1:34:21; 655 Max Pillsbury 900 Wyatt Clark 1:47:26; 901 Greg Nelch Diego Castillo-Hi 1:58:23;
157 Yasha Zink 1:02:09; 158 Greg Nacco 1140 Victoria Argumedo 1:58:23; 1141 1371 Erik Sherley 2:25:44; 1372 Robert
1:09:07; 406 Karen Corral 1:09:08; 407 1:34:23; 656 Charles Bowes 1:34:26; 1:47:27; 902 Kathryn Yost 1:47:35; 903 El-
1:02:10; 159 Scott Dazey 1:02:13; 657 Christopher Krajewski 1:34:26; 658 Lorena Espino 1:58:27; 1142 David Freas Alexander 2:26:08; 1373 Casey Murray
Juliet Oreste 1:09:09; 408 Ron Svinth liot Ordway 1:47:44; 904 William Bittner
160 Ezra Becker 1:02:15; 161 Jim Sweeney Will Fernholz 1:34:26; 659 Clarke Miller 1:58:29; 1143 Damon Connolly 1:58:33; 2:26:31; 1374 Sandy Murray 2:26:31; 1375
1:09:10; 409 Riley McDonald 1:09:13; 1:47:45; 905 Raya Leikin 1:47:47; 906
1:02:17; 162 Matthew Hinde 1:02:23; 163 1:34:30; 1144 Kevin O’Connor 1:58:39; 1145 David William Callahan 2:26:39; 1376 Melanie
410 Justin Hirigoyen 1:09:14; 411 Robert Walter Underhill 1:47:49; 907 Beatrice
Sean Meehan 1:02:27; 164 Susan Con- 660 Ward Bushee III 1:34:38; 661 Kevin Greenblat 1:58:41; 1146 Annelie Miller Chancellor 2:26:40; 1377 Theresa Norton
Courtright 1:09:14; 412 Daniel Babinski Hamza-Goodacre 1:47:49; 908 Steve Kop-
nelly 1:02:32; 165 Daniel Shore 1:02:39; 1:09:15; 413 Joshua Prime 1:09:16; 414 ‘The Weazer’ Barrett 1:34:45; 662 Simon era 1:47:50; 909 Greg Berlin 1:47:55; 1:58:42; 1147 Mike Webb 1:58:49; 1148 2:27:44; 1378 Shirley Shean 2:27:59; 1379
166 Steven Stenberg 1:02:43; 167 Randall Steve Miller 1:09:16; 415 Jessica Tempero Blake-Wilson 1:34:54; 663 Quinn Koch 910 Bryce Sanderson 1:48:00; 911 Philip Suzanne Mayberry 1:59:01; 1149 Sean Grace Cookston 2:28:15;
Chapman 1:02:47; 168 Zevan Solomon 1:09:17; 416 Michael Johnson 1:09:18; 1:35:11; 664 Paul Foxx 1:35:16; 665 Paul Sanderson 1:48:00; 912 Thomas Peatman Holcomb 1:59:02; 1380 Sarah Santana 2:28:24; 1381
1:02:48; 169 Dominic Vogl 1:02:52; 417 Noah Grime 1:09:19; 418 Taylor Hill Durkee 1:35:24; 666 Brad Hancock 1:48:02; 913 Duncan Walsh 1:48:02; 914 1150 Kent Carter 1:59:11; 1151 Sidney Kerrigan Bennett 2:29:14; 1382 Ga-
170 Anderson Von Eschen 1:02:54; 171 1:09:20; 419 Hal Rosenberg 1:09:25; 1:35:35; 667 Paul Rademacher 1:35:39; Max Boyd 1:48:04; 915 Stephen Nemy Leipsic 1:59:13; 1152 Aaron Cattani briel Sarabia 2:29:27; 1383 James Black
John Peoples 1:03:00; 172 Timothy Barry 420 Elliott Rector 1:09:26; 421 Chris 668 Wolfgang Zech 1:35:48; 669 Ellen 1:48:09; 916 Jesse Shurter 1:48:11; 917 1:59:15; 1153 Andrew Kirz 1:59:27; 1154 2:29:33; 1384 Alan Weber 2:30:20; 1385
1:03:04; 173 Zach Griffin 1:03:06; 174 Jones 1:09:27; 422 Philip Theodosopoulos Kruusmagi 1:35:56; Zachary Weinfeld 1:48:13; 918 Emily James (Jim) Reinhart 1:59:30; 1155 Guadalupe Sarabia 2:30:22; 1386 Jill
Pedro Cifuentes 1:03:06; 175 Johnny 1:09:28; 423 Judi Shaffer 1:09:29; 424 Mi- 670 Eric Aschwald 1:36:04; 671 Scott Eakin 1:48:15; 919 Joel Drescher 1:48:16; George Ballaseux 1:59:30; 1156 Ava Waters 2:31:59; 1387 Colleen Fox 2:34:25;
Rutledge 1:03:10; 176 Liz Gill 1:03:14; chael Grady 1:09:30; 425 Steve Marshall Morgan 1:36:08; 672 Max Metcalfe 920 Jim Dimon 1:48:17; 921 William Reed Breeze 1:59:39; 1157 Parker Anderson 1388 Anitra Seitamo 2:34:38; 1389 Carol
177 John Edgcomb 1:03:16; 178 Krister 1:09:32; 426 Andrew Bunnell 1:09:34; 427 1:36:10; 673 Alicia Helmer 1:36:10; 674 1:48:19; 922 Dennis O’Connell 1:48:23; 1:59:40; 1158 Bryan Lewis 1:59:51; 1159 Treasure 2:34:52;
Barkovich 1:03:17; 179 Steven Waldon Nakia Baird 1:09:36; 428 Brian McCurdy Brian Nebozuk 1:36:11; 675 John Garib- 923 Max Perrey 1:48:27; 924 Josh Den- Peter Eisele 1:59:53; 1390 Dan O’Farrell 2:34:56; 1391 Kima
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180 Jack Bijur 1:03:19; 181 Patrick 430 Olivia Skiles 1:09:38; 431 Jacob John- 677 Carl Ward 1:36:21; 678 Anne Fogarty 926 Russell Miller 1:48:32; 927 Timothy Miller 1:59:57; 1162 Ken Malvino 2:00:01; 2:36:55; 1393 Billy Kuhns 2:37:59; 1394
McVeigh 1:03:22; 182 Joseph Gibson son 1:09:40; 432 Jim Hansen 1:09:41; 433 1:36:24; 679 Niko Safavi 1:36:41; Hess 1:48:33; 928 Blair Ford 1:48:33; 929 1163 Wesley Taylor 2:00:02; 1164 Patrick Christine Bassin 2:38:04; 1395 Bonnie
1:03:23; 183 Paul Giannobile 1:03:23; 184 John Zerbe 1:09:47; 434 Caitlin Olesky 680 Kevin Murphy 1:36:45; 681 Brett Cooper Hatch 1:48:36; Taylor 2:00:03; 1165 Brian Schelter Sullivan 2:38:50; 1396 Mason Reilly
Gayle Shimokaji 1:03:28; 185 Kelly Mc- 1:09:48; 435 James Moriarty 1:09:49; 436 Gibbs 1:36:46; 682 Jennifer Miller 1:36:49; 930 Bret Andrews 1:48:46; 931 Emily 2:00:06; 1166 David Rycholowski 2:00:08; 2:43:43; 1397 Rich McCollam 2:44:08;
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187 David Moulton 1:03:35; 188 Courtney 1:09:52; 438 George Choulos 1:09:53; 439 Hwong 1:37:00; 685 Alexander Hardy 933 Yon Nuta 1:48:49; 934 Naresh Sikha Loskutoff 2:00:14; 1169 Benjamin Pech- Kuhns 2:45:56;
Green 1:03:38; 189 Cherrie McGowan Richard Lee 1:09:53; 1:37:20; 686 Richard Martinez 1:37:31; 1:48:50; 935 Alex Livingston 1:48:57; 936 ner 2:00:16; 1400 Audrey Kuhns 2:45:56; 1401 Alton
1:03:39; 440 Sara Debord 1:10:00; 441 Salim Islam 687 Monika Kaplan 1:37:44; 688 Bradley Christian Hekemian 1:48:57; 937 Mari 1170 Ashton Sadow 2:00:17; 1171 Darin McSween 2:46:28; 1402 Don Madronich
190 Reilly Sheehan 1:03:40; 191 Matt 1:10:02; 442 Brian Moffett 1:10:05; 443 Metzler 1:37:46; 689 Matthew Borello Squiers 1:49:00; 938 James Gilmore Sadow 2:00:17; 1172 Keith Buckley 2:52:18; 1403 Yomi Kukoyi 3:02:30;
Humphreys 1:03:43; 192 Kristin Von Cheri Nielsen 1:10:07; 444 Steven Patt 1:37:46; 1:49:04; 939 Genevieve Hekemian 2:00:18; 1173 Erica Norton 2:00:18; 1174 1404 Erin Koshut 3:04:07; 1405 Christy
Eschen 1:03:43; 193 Tom Pastore 1:03:44; 1:10:12; 445 Josiah Bunting 1:10:13; 446 690 James Jenkins 1:37:49; 691 Audrey 1:49:10; Lou Encalada 2:00:20; 1175 Emily Hughes Golshom 3:05:23; 1406 Paul McDonald
194 Chris Andrew 1:03:45; 195 Tracy Lee Mason Marks 1:10:13; 447 Doron Dreksler Carr 1:37:53; 692 Diane Ellis-Caruana 940 Peter Towle 1:49:15; 941 Art Flores 2:00:26; 1176 Candida Hoeberichts 3:05:23; 1407 William Dewey 3:08:11;
1:03:46; 196 Jason Reed 1:03:48; 197 Scott 1:10:18; 448 Bradley Zanetti 1:10:25; 449 1:37:57; 693 Louis Manacorda 1:37:58; 1:49:16; 942 Shannon Slater 1:49:28; 2:00:28; 1177 Brian Yurgionas 2:00:30; 1408 Bradley Jacobs 3:18:40; 1409 David
Clark 1:03:49; 198 Mary Viovich 1:03:50; Kili Lehmkuhl 1:10:28; 694 Robert Stone 1:38:00; 695 Tyler 943 Dickson Slater 1:49:29; 944 Daniel 1178 Stacy Aldrich-Peoples 2:00:30; 1179 Lipsky 3:22:40;
199 Geoff Vaughan 1:03:53; 450 Michael Nuesslein 1:10:30; 451 Dibble 1:38:02; 696 Mary Jane Durkin Solomon 1:49:31; 945 Christopher North Katie McCollam 2:00:38; 1410 Bill Pillars 3:30:22
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DIPSEA NOTEBOOK

Siegler celebrates 60th by winning Runners Section


Marin Catholic’s
Rumon, 14, places
21st, wins high
school trophy
By Dave Allen and
Danny Schmidt
Marin Independent Journal
Joannie Siegler of Da-
vis decided to celebrate her
60th birthday this year by
committing to run the Dip-
sea Race from Mill Valley to
Stinson Beach on Sunday.
Boy, is she glad she did.
Siegler used an ability to
pass many, many other
runners to complete the
7.4-mile footrace as the top
finisher in the Runners Sec-
tion of the race. The Run-
ners are the group of re-
turning runners not finish-
ing in the top half the year
before, as well as first-tim-
ers like Siegler.
“I run all kinds of races
and I’ve been meaning to
do this race for at least 10
years,” Siegler said. “I loved
it. I’ll be back.”
Siegler, who finished
567th overall with a clock
time of 1:20:53, earns a spot
in the Invitational Section
next year. She could chal-
lenge for top-35 black shirt
as soon as next year.
“I kept my rhythm and
passed some people out
there,” Siegler said.
Siegler narrowly beat out
Tyler Hansen, who finished
in 1:20:58, for the top spot
in the Runners Section. SHERRY LAVARS — CONTRIBUTED
Lyle Rumon, the 14-year-old who just finished freshman year at Marin Catholic, is presented with the boys high school trophy following the 107th
High school champ Annual Dipsea in Stinson Beach on Sunday. Rumon placed 21st.
Lyle Rumon, 14, who just
finished his freshman year 13th with a time of 52:02 on
Burfoot finished his first rails. It was an amazing day.” a perfect view to see the short acceptance speeches
at Marin Catholic High, Sunday. Dipsea race healthy and in Burfoot, who is 70 years top racers. He hasn’t raced in which all three noted
desperately wanted a black “It was good,” said Ru- 541st place Sunday. old and lives in Connecti- since sustaining an injury how surprised and how
T-Shirt. He accomplished mon, who was in 35th place The 1958 winner of the cut, is unsure if he will run while serving in the Coast thankful they were.
that feat, but was surprised at Cardiac. “I had to get by a
Boston Marathon “took it the Dipsea again in the fu- Guard during the Vietnam
to learn he won something ton of people because I waseasy” after a toe injury jeop- ture. war. But Sparling and Van Exclusive club
else as well. not in an early group. Going
ardized his appearance in Leuven have come to watch Bob Bunnell, who was in-
His 53:03 led to claim- down was very stressful be-the race. Burfoot, who said Sparling on site each of the last 15 years. ducted into the Dipsea Hall
ing the boys high school cause I was worried I wasn’t
he “enjoyed all the long When Stuart Sparling “Jim Imperiale recruited of Fame earlier this week —
trophy, a sizeable piece of going to get it because there
cuts,” finished with a clock finished second to Phil me to run for Marin AC. member No. 32 — was hon-
hardware. Rumon was the were a lot of people right time of 1:16.32. Smith in the 1961 Dipsea Boy, he was a tough one,” ored in the post-race cer-
only black shirt winner who behind me, and a lot of the “I’ve been talking about Race, he crossed a finish Sparling said. “Those train- emony. He completed his
couldn’t indulge in the cel- scratch guys were on me therunning this race for 50 line on Highway 1 among ing runs — if he didn’t like 50th Dipsea on Sunday, as
ebratory champagne being entire time.” years. I just wanted to be the shops in town at Stin- the look of your time, he’d did Mark Miller. The pair
passed around on the stage Quinn Lehmkuhl of part of the history of this son Beach, but that didn’t say, ‘Why don’t you get some are two of five runners in
during the post-race cere- North Tahoe High took race because it’s so similar mean Sparling and his wife extra training and just run the 50 club.
mony. home her second girls high to Boston,” said Burfoot, Susanna Van Leuven didn’t back to Mill Valley.’”
Rumon, who has now run school trophy. She placed noting that the first Dipsea know where to stand for Dipsea Kidz
four Dipseas, ran for Marin 234th with a time of 1:05.14.
was in 1905, just nine years the “new” finish line past Awards Dipsea Kidz coach Ana
Catholic’s cross country and after the first Boston Mar- the lifeguard stand Sunday Bob Cullinan (Red Tail Levaggi highlighted a group
track and field teams. He Boston champ athon. morning. Hawk), Don Makela (Nor- of kids from the program
placed 11th in the MCAL in survives “The course was so treach- Sparling, a Point Reyes man Bright) and Christie who finished Sunday’s race.
cross country last fall, first erous. I admit it was harder Station resident who also Patterson Pastalka (Dipsea The program has expanded
among freshmen. He is With his knees wrapped than I expected,” he said. finished third in the ‘62 Demon) were all given pres- from one school (Willow
coached by Dipsea great Di- tight and a relieved smile “These runners just flew race, was just feet away tigious awards following Creek) to two (Venetia Val-
ana Fitzpatrick, who placed across a happy face, Amby past me like they were on from the finish line with Sunday’s race. Each made ley) in the past year.

PHOTOS CONTRIBUTED BY SHERRY LAVARS


Race winner Chris Lundy, 46, of Sausalito is joined by other
top 35 finishers for a toast following the 107th Annual
Dipsea in Stinson Beach on Sunday. The 7.4-mile footrace
is the oldest trail race in America.

Dipsea
est time (50:29 run time) for
the seventh straight year,
one shy of the Dipsea re-
FROM PAGE 1 cord. This was the first Dip-
sea in which Varner, whose
ally haven’t raced much in clock time was 49:29, was
a couple of years, so I’m just awarded any advantage, al-
trying to get the feel for it beit just one minute.
and enjoy it again.” “That minute helped a
Rivers, 66, led for nearly lot,” he said. “There’s no
the entire race, nothing un- love for scratch runners in
common for the two-time this race.”
champion. But she main- Second place is a new
tained her advantage much personal record for Varner,
longer than in recent years, who began methodically
prompting a bit of concern picking off runners around
for the Mill Valley resident. Cardiac.
Rivers finished with a clock “This race is all about
time of 50:08, producing a place,” Varner said. “I
run time of 1:15.08. couldn’t quite get Chris,
“It’s pretty nerve-wrack- but close enough. I’m very
ing leading the entire time,” happy with it.
Rivers said. “You have to “It’s a rush the whole
run your own race, and be- time, and before you know
cause it’s a handicapped it, it’s done. The first flight
race, you can’t get upset of steps, I was like, ‘Uh oh,
when someone passes you this could hurt a lot,’ but it
because it’s you against the never got worse. It was very
clock. “You think, ‘Don’t manageable, thankfully.”
look behind, you keep mov- Matias Saari (50:34 clock
ing forward, sister.’ This is time), Galen Burrell (50:55),
their race. Gus Gibbs (51:09), Andy
“It’s thrilling because Ames (51:10), Clay Bull-
I’m so excited for Chris. winkel (51:18), Heath Hib-
I’ve known her for a mil- bard (51:21) and Roy Riv- Alex Varner, 31, of San Rafael takes second place during the 107th Annual Dipsea in Stinson Beach on Sunday.
lion years and I’ve known ers (51:37), Jamie’s hus-
Alex for a million years, and band, rounded out the top and Gibbs. seven Double Dipseas and ceremony with a brief but has-beens; we’re too old to
I’m so thrilled for both of 10. Pelican Inn handily won Jamie and Roy added an- two Quad Dipseas. animated speech. “This is be doing this.
them.” the team title with strong other family title to the tro- “This is our Christmas,” what we live for: Dipsea day. “Now we’re just used-to-
Varner, 31, a perennial performances from Varner, phy case. The two have com- said Jamie Rivers, who stole The Dipsea gods are smil- be has-beens,” Roy Rivers
favorite, recorded the fast- Jamie Rivers, Saari, Burrell bined to win three Dipseas, the show at the post-race ing on all of us. And we’re cracked. “We’re in again.”
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WEATHER | MARINIJ.COM MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2017

Today Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

70 Low clouds breaking for some sun


today. Winds southwest 7-14 mph.
75 77 83 85
52 53 58 57
50
Mainly clear tonight. Winds southwest
6-12 mph. Partly sunny and
Mostly sunny and nice Mostly sunny Mostly sunny
pleasant
Wind: WNW 7-14 mph Wind: WSW 6-12 mph Wind: SW 6-12 mph Wind: W 6-12 mph Wind: WSW 6-12 mph
ALMANAC
San Rafael through 5 p.m. yesterday Santa Rosa Regional outlook
Temperatures 75/46 Sacramento HOW TO READ THIS MAP
High/low ........................................ 64°/51° 75/51 City name Today’s
Humidity noon today ........................ 51% Sebastopol 75/43 High/low forecast

Precipitation 71/46 Napa 56 Water temperature


24 hours through 5 p.m. yest. ......... 0.00” 73/50
Season to date ................................ 64.26”
Fairfield Galt
Petaluma 74/51 75/50
Last season to date ........................ 27.75”
Normal season to date .................. 34.88” 50 71/48 San Andreas
Kentfield through 5 p.m. yesterday Point 74/43
Vallejo Lodi
Temperatures Reyes Novato 69/53 77/48
High/low ........................................ 67°/52° Station Nicasio 71/50
Humidity noon today ........................ 54% 67/49 66/49
Precipitation San Rafael 66 Angels
24 hours through 5 p.m. yest. ......... 0.00” 70/50 Stockton
Season to date ................................ 80.79”
Richmond 79/51 72/41
Mill Valley 69/54 Concord
Last season to date ........................ 37.34”
Normal season to date .................. 47.50”
66/51 Berkeley 76/54
Stinson Beach
Novato through 5 p.m. yesterday TIDES 63/52 67/53 Pacific Weather
Sausalito Today’s noon forecast
Temperatures Inverness, Tomales Bay
66/52 Oakland
High/low ........................................ 63°/51° Time High Time Low 67/55
Humidity noon today ........................ 44% 1:45 a.m. 5.2 9:12 a.m. -0.6 54 San Francisco
Precipitation 4:00 p.m. 4.2 9:12 p.m. 2.7 65/53
24 hours through 5 p.m. yest. ......... 0.00” Point Reyes
Daly City
Season to date ................................ 45.61”
Last season to date ........................ 24.47”
Time High
12:21 a.m. 5.5
Time Low
7:45 a.m. -0.6 63/52 50 Fremont
Normal season to date .................. 34.88” 2:49 p.m. 4.2 7:18 p.m. 3.0 68/53
San Mateo
TODAY’S UV INDEX Sausalito
Time High Time Low
66/54 Palo Alto
8 11+: Extreme
8-10: Very high
1:26 a.m. 5.4 8:18 a.m. -0.6 Redwood City 69/50
Highest at 2 p.m. 3:41 p.m. 4.3 8:18 p.m. 3.0
66/52 Santa Clara
6-7: High
(The higher the
number, the faster
69/53
3-5: Moderate
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occur.) 0-2: Low San Jose
ALLERGY REPORT
69/52
Allergy, dust and dander today: Beneficial
Pollen levels
Grass ............... Low Weeds ........ Absent
National, state and world forecast Weather(W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice
Today Tuesday Seattle Asia, Australia
Trees .......... Absent Mold ................ Low
City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W 66/51
Source: National Allergy Bureau Bangkok 92/77/c 91/77/t
Albuquerque 92/56/s 86/55/s
Beijing 84/57/pc 88/60/pc
AIR QUALITY FORECAST Anchorage 55/46/c 54/45/r Billings Minneapolis Hong Kong 92/80/t 89/82/t
City Today’s air quality Index Baltimore 94/70/s 95/71/s 78/50 87/71 Jerusalem 83/62/s 82/64/s
Sacramento ................... Good ............. 44 Boston 92/72/s 89/63/t
Kabul 90/57/s 92/58/s
San Francisco ................ Good ............. 46 Buffalo 85/70/s 81/62/t
Detroit Melbourne 61/47/c 59/44/pc
San Rafael ..................... Good ............. 42 Charleston, SC 86/67/pc 87/71/s Chicago New York
Denver 95/73 92/73 92/76 New Delhi 106/81/s 107/84/s
Charlotte 89/68/pc 90/69/pc San Francisco 90/49
What it means: 0-50: Good; 51-100: Moderate; 65/53 Washington Seoul 80/62/pc 77/60/s
Cheyenne 76/46/t 69/46/pc Kansas City
101-150: Unhealthy for sensitive people; 92/74
94/75 Singapore 88/79/t 87/79/t
151+: Unhealthy for all. Source: Airnow.gov Chicago 95/73/s 93/73/pc
Sydney 67/56/s 65/56/pc
Cincinnati 91/69/s 89/70/t
Tehran 98/72/s 97/70/s
SKY WATCH Dallas 92/76/pc 93/77/pc Los Angeles
Tokyo 76/65/pc 73/65/r
Honolulu 86/75/sh 86/74/sh 72/57 Atlanta
Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset 83/71 Europe
Tod. 5:47 am 8:33 pm 11:01 pm 8:34 am Indianapolis 92/73/s 92/72/t
Las Vegas 82/64/s 91/70/s El Paso Amsterdam 67/56/c 68/52/pc
Tue. 5:47 am 8:34 pm 11:40 pm 9:29 am 97/69
Athens 81/67/pc 86/69/s
Memphis 88/74/t 89/75/t Houston
Hours of sunlight ................. 14 hr., 46 min. Milwaukee 87/68/t 79/67/pc 89/76 Belgrade 84/63/pc 86/62/s
Miami
Last New First Full Nashville 89/71/t 89/72/t 88/78 Berlin 72/55/pc 69/53/pc
New Orleans 84/75/t 86/75/t Copenhagen 64/53/pc 66/53/pc
New York City 92/76/s 94/68/s Dublin 63/53/c 66/52/c
Orlando 85/71/t 85/71/t London 68/52/c 72/54/pc
Jun 17 Jun 23 Jun 30 Jul 8 Shown are today’s noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Madrid 100/68/s 99/70/s
Philadelphia 94/74/s 95/72/s Temperature bands are highs for the day.
Phoenix 93/68/s 98/70/s Moscow 71/57/sh 61/51/sh
PLANET WATCH Paris 74/50/s 76/57/pc
Pittsburgh 89/71/s 88/69/t
At about midnight, the moon will rise in the Portland, OR 65/51/c 65/51/c California North and South America Rome 82/63/s 83/65/s
southeast against the stars of Capricornus the St. Louis 96/77/s 96/78/pc Death Valley 90/78/s 98/78/s Bogota 66/50/sh 64/49/sh Stockholm 65/49/t 57/44/pc
Sea-Goat. Farther north, the stars of the Summer Salt Lake City 66/53/t 71/52/r Eureka 60/49/sh 60/49/pc Buenos Aires 59/42/c 64/46/pc Vienna 88/62/t 83/57/pc
Triangle point to the moon like a giant arrow- Seattle 66/51/c 64/49/c Fresno 76/54/s 84/60/s Cancun 90/78/pc 89/78/pc Zurich 81/55/t 82/57/pc
head. Away from city lights, look for the Milky Washington, DC 94/75/s 94/75/s Lake Tahoe 49/28/r 66/34/s Caracas 87/78/pc 87/80/pc Africa
Way running through the Triangle. Los Angeles 72/57/pc 79/59/pc Mazatlan 84/75/s 85/76/s Cairo 94/74/s 97/73/s
Venus rises at .............................. 3:26 am
Mars rises at ................................ 6:43 am National extremes Monterey
Palm Springs
62/51/pc
90/62/s
64/51/pc
98/70/s
Mexico City
Montreal
82/53/pc
88/67/t
78/58/pc
82/52/c
Casablanca
Johannesburg
91/67/s
68/40/pc
84/67/s
71/39/s
Yesterday for the 48 contiguous states.
Jupiter rises at ............................. 2:48 pm Redding 74/52/pc 85/57/s Rio de Janeiro 80/69/t 79/70/sh Kinshasa 88/71/pc 87/71/pc
Saturn rises at ............................. 8:35 pm Pecos, TX .................................................. 107° San Diego 70/59/pc 72/61/pc Toronto 91/69/pc 82/60/t Nairobi 78/56/c 78/57/pc
Source: Morrison Planetarium Bodie State Park, CA ................................ 20° Yosemite Valley 60/36/s 76/44/s Vancouver 65/50/pc 62/48/c Tripoli 83/64/s 85/68/s

NBA COMMENTARY
Warriors
Warriors won’t panic, will compete FROM PAGE 1

OAKLAND » The Warriors play hard? Are we going to Cavaliers’ full force. parallel course, in part,
just lost their first play- get after it and compete? Here are some possible by morphing Kyrie back
off game in four rounds, “Or are we going to do adjustments, most of them into an inefficient volume
the first loss what we did the other based on rotations, not X’s shooter.
of any fash- night, which is allow and O’s... But it’s not simple. He
ion since 3-point shooters to get 1. Get Durant a breather has a unique game. More
April 10, open, get broken down at at the end of the first and than most scorers, his ef-
and remain the point of attack, give up third quarters so he can fectiveness is based less
one victory offensive boards. That’s up play at the start of the sec- on the defense he’s facing
from a ti- to us.” ond and fourth — when and more on whether his
Tim
Kawakami tle, so there So I asked Kerr, when Curry rests — which rare ability to make con-
is only one did you see the competi- means the Warriors will tested shots on slithery
possible way tive level wasn’t there in have either Curry or Du- drives from strange angles
they should react to losing Game 4? From the begin- rant (or both) on the floor is working on that particu-
Game 4, of course: ning of the game? for every significant sec- lar night.
Panic! Tear up all “Yeah,” Kerr said, “from ond of the game. In the past two games,
plans! Bench everybody! the very first play I saw it.” Kerr will always look Irving hit 64 percent of
CHANGE EVERYTHING! I’ll add here: The first to give his stars some shots when a defender was
Oh wait, that’s what play of the game was an rest and he believes keep- within four feet, per NBA.
some silly, unstable team open J.R. Smith 3-pointer ing Durant and Curry com/Stats. In the first two
might do, not the War- from the wing when Ste- to at max 41-42 minutes games, he shot 39 percent
riors, who are 82-16 overall phen Curry went under means they can be fresher on similarly contested
this season (regular and the screen by Kevin Love. and sharper than mara- looks.
postseason combined), are From there, Cleveland thon man LeBron James at “It’s just who he is,” Ron RON SCHWANE — THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
up 3-1 in this series, and, took 6-0, 16-5, and 24-9 the end of games (such as Adams, the Warriors’ de- Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving (2) drives on Golden
after all, are run by sane leads in the first few min- Game 3). fensive guru, said. “He State Warriors guard Klay Thompson (11) during the first
people. utes of the game, setting But Kerr has been re- can make tough shots. I half of Game 4 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland on Friday.
Obviously, there are the Warriors up for a long ducing that no-Curry-or- don’t know if there’s any-
strategic adjustments to night ahead. Durant number all post- one better in the league at ingston and Kevin Durant The Warriors will keep
be made for Monday’s “We didn’t give any kind season — there was only that. But we have to man- breakdown. Thompson as Irving’s pri-
Game 5 at Oracle Arena of resistance in that first... 1:42 of time without nei- age him better.” “If he’s getting 39 points mary defender. Hitched
after Cleveland’s demoli- I’ll call it first three min- ther superstar on the floor How? It starts from 3. off 2s, we can live with to his side much of the se-
tion of the Warriors de- utes where they just got in Game 4 — and he might Irving is a capable long- that,” Klay Thompson said. ries, Thompson — whom
fense on Friday, after the real comfortable on our eliminate it altogether range shooter but not an “But when he’s extending Kerr referred to as a tire-
Warriors offense never miscommunication.... we now. overly accurate or potent the floor and hitting those less “yellow lab” defender
quite got in sync and gen- got separated from bodies 2. If Green can stay out one. He’s 38 percent from 3s, it widens the whole — has done a mostly sturdy
erally after the Cavaliers a little too much and let of early foul trouble, the deep in his career, 40 per- floor for everybody.” job. But early foul trouble
took the physical imper- them toe up on the 3-point Warriors can use him at cent this season and aver- Slice those open deep sapped him of some ability
ative at Quicken Loans line,” Curry said. center in a small line-up ages only 2.5 makes from 3 looks away and you slice to remain physical in Game
Arena. It’s a given that the for more than just the last per game. a chunk of his points off 4. He must avoid that Mon-
But there won’t be ma- Warriors have to be stron- few minutes of each half. But in Game 4, he got the board. But the War- day night.
jor alterations, because ger and faster on Monday Kerr doesn’t want to loose for a playoff career- riors can’t just be entirely But if Thompson does
the Warriors have gotten than they were on Friday wear down the small unit high seven 3s on the War- comfortable with what he’s need a tag-team partner,
this far with strong be- in Cleveland, and of course — whether it’s the clas- riors. Before that, Irving done against them from perhaps more Andre Iguo-
liefs about who they are they were exactly those sic Hamptons 5 with Du- had never made even six 2-point land the past two dala on Irving would be a
and how they should play, things in Games 1, 2 and 3, rant, Andre Iguodala, Klay in a playoff game. He made games (24-of-37). wise choice. He has done a
and also because making which is how they built up Thompson and Curry or only five combined in the There are the indefen- decent job in small doses
massive tactical changes the 3-0 Finals lead in the with the version that in- first three games of the se- sible, well-defended looks, this series.
in Game 5 of the NBA Fi- first place. cludes Shaun Livings- ries. where Thompson forces Some have suggested
nals would be more about But there is some good ton — by playing it lon- “How all of a sudden him into a tough look, gets the Wa r r iors double -
panic than common sense. chance that LeBron James ger than 10-12 minutes a does a guy get seven 3s who a hand up and he makes it team him. But that’s far
And the Warriors won’t & Co. altered the flow of the game. has been hitting 3s occa- anyway. These are fine for easier in a high-traf-
do that... at least through series in Game 4 — partly But it’s also the lineup sionally?” Adams asked. the Warriors. fic pick-and-roll situa-
this game. with some adjustments of that torched the Cavaliers “Well, he was hot. But But then there are the tion, which the Cavaliers
“We have a lot of guys their own, mainly just by in the 2015 Finals (with there’s always a counter- far too easy lanes to the haven’t done a ton with
who play, so we are com- turning back into the Cav- Harrison Barnes in there balancing thing. How was rim, coming with little help Irving. “It’s hard to take
fortable making a couple alier team that dominated and obviously not Durant), your defense? How was on the backside, leading to the ball out of his hands,”
tweaks here or there, ro- the Eastern Conference and an increased small- your pressure?” layups that don’t even take Adams said. “Because a
tation change, stuff like playoffs and then looked a ball minute-count would Uncharac ter istic a lly much creativity from Ir- lot of the scoring isn’t
that,” Warriors coach bit tepid for the first three mean less of Zaza Pachu- bad, both Adams and ving. coming off ball screens.
Steve Kerr said after prac- Finals games. lia, JaVale McGee and Da- coach Steve Kerr said. “The ones where he’s It’s going 1-on-1.”
tice on Sunday. And there will undoubt- vid West, who have been They weren’t physical and in space and has time to It’s not easy to stop Ir-
“We may do some of edly be some Warriors ad- victims of the Cavaliers’ active enough on the ball knife through the defense, ving in those situations.
that, but I always say the justments, mainly to get spread attack. and got lost off it, either get in the paint, those are But it’s not easy to win an
biggest adjustment in the them jump-started emo- 3. More Curry with the caught napping entirely or the ones you want to try NBA title either. If the War-
playoffs that you make tionally and to give Curry, ball, initiating the attack, too slow to react to ensu- to take away,” Steph Curry riors can do one on Mon-
is always an emotional Kevin Durant and Dray- instead of moving him off ing danger, such as when said. “He’s got to the bas- day night, it’ll go a long
one. You can tweak some mond Green swifter to the side and away from Irving squirted loose for a ket a little too much to our way toward helping them
things, but are we going to means to counter-act the the first action. 3 because of a Shaun Liv- liking.” do the other.