Friday, May 10, 2019

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Lakefield Twilight 5km Run/Walk

by Jennie MacKenzie

Mother Nature cooperated and gave us a beautiful Saturday evening for this year’s running of the Lakefield Twilight 5km. There were over 200 entrants this year who enjoyed the course which ran along both sides of the river in Lakefield and through the Lakefield Campground. Entrants also enjoyed homemade chili complements of the organizing committee, chocolate milk from Kawartha Dairy and water from Lakefield Foodland. Music was provided by Jim Mulder and warm-up drills by Your Body You. Many thanks to all the volunteers who came out to man road barricades to keep the competitors safe and Arteri Emergency Response Training for providing first-aid services.

Awards were provided compliments of Lakefield Pantry and many draw prizes from Tim Horton’s, Runner’s Life and Hunter Street Tavern. The fastest time of 19:44 was set by first place in the men’s division by Glen Caradus, first place in the women’s division was won by Shareen Roxborough with a time of 20:23.

Other medal winners were:

• Boys 10 and under, Cash McKay 32:01

• Girls 10 and under, Jordon Lawder 27:24

• Boys 11 – 15, Cameron Leishman 23:36

• Girls 11 – 15, Maeve Traynor 30:08

• Mens 16 – 25 Austin Flagler 25:30

• Women 16 – 25, Laura Mason 22:52

• Mens 26 – 35 Brock Boynton 25:26

• Women 26 – 35, Natasha Herron 25:26

• Mens 36 – 50 Dave Dame 21:19

• Women 36 – 50, Andra Hughes 23:44

• Mens 51 – 65 Peter Brouwers 22:31

• Women 51 – 65, Pauline Denomme 26:59

• Mens 66 & over Tom Sanderson 29:32

• Women 66 & over, Joanne Sweeney 48:28

The Group Trophy was awarded to Lakefield Extendicare

Full race results can be found at www.itsyourrace.com  Proceeds from the run will benefit two organizations, the Lakefield Speed Skating Oval and Friends Peterborough.

 

 

Lakefield Twilight 5 km organizing committee along with enterant Lynda Parsons; Cindy Windover, Emily Craigen, Lynda Parsons, Jennie MacKenzie, Rebecca Rose, Graham Wilkins.

Chiefs get ready for camp

by Tyler Revoy

The Lakefield Chiefs 2019-2020 Rookie camp will be taking place on May 25th from 3-8pm at the Kinsmen in Peterborough. The camp is open for players born between 1999-2003. Registration is available through either the Lakefield Chiefs Twitter or Facebook pages, or by contacting General Manager Tyler Revoy Tyler.Revoy10@gmail.com or Head Coach Jamie Arcand jarcand@peterborough.ca.

The Chiefs are also looking for an experienced trainer and equipment manager for the upcoming season.

 

 

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