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Moynihan posts age-group win in first long-distance race

Kaitlan Moynihan of Bel Air raced to a top-10 finish and an age-group win in her first long-distance road race Sunday, the Annapolis 10 Miler.

The C. Milton Wright alumna finished seventh among the women in 1:06:47. She won the under-20 age group by a margin of 9 minutes and placed 81st overall among 3,343 finishers.

The race began and ended at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium, where as a Naval Academy freshman last spring Moynihan made seven of her 12 starts as a midfielder for the Navy women's lacrosse team. She was the team's fifth leading scorer for the season.

About 45 runners from Harford County were among the finishers of the 39th annual 10-miler. Scott Coon of Abingdon was the fastest among them, placing third in the 45-49 age group in 1:04:53. Brad Roberts of Bel Air placed eighth in 60-64 in 1:22:59, and Dave Stevenson of Abingdon, 15th in 35-39 in 1:12:40.

Camp Hidden Valley Trail Race

Jason Clark of Hunt Valley repeated as the men's winner and Kelly Foulk of Bel Air led the women in the Camp Hidden Valley Trail Race in Whiteford Saturday.

Clark toured the rugged 5K course in 21:52, finishing about 300 meters ahead of Eric Mullins, 23:01. Kevin Phillips placed third in 23:20; Saul Duarte, fourth in 24:11; and Joe Dragunas, fifth in 24:41.

Foulk, a junior on the John Carroll cross country team, ran 28:55 to finish 32 seconds ahead of Denay Gray. Becky Kinsley, 29:31; Mercedes Pinkney, 30:14; and Chi Chin Wu, 30:33, took the next three places.

RASAC Airfield Run

Edgar Narciso and Christine Trzcinski led the way Sunday in the 46th annual RASAC Airfield Run, Harford County's oldest continuous race.

Narciso completed a 4-mile course in Forest Hill in 24:53 to win by almost a half mile. Kirk Ingold finished second in 27:41 and John Burghardt, third in 28:13.

Trzcinski ran 28:56 to repeat as the women's winner. Jennifer Perkovich was second in 30:05, and Taylor Chan, third in 30:56.

Riley Foundation Fund Run 5K

Connor Van Scyoc led the pack over a 5K trail course at the Steppingstone Museum Saturday to win the Riley Foundation Fund Run. The recent Fallston High School grad finished in 21:30 with a 20-second lead over Rob Bartholomew of Aberdeen and a 39-second lead over his father, Brent Van Scyoc, who was third.

Christa Campbell, 14, of Parkton, won the women's race in 24:19. Jacquelyn Walker,14, of White Hall, finished second in 26:11, and Cathleen Bartholomew of Aberdeen was third in 28:18.

Coming races

Aug. 30 - Labor Day Classic 10K and 5K, Ellicott City, 8 a.m., charmcityrun.com

Aug. 31 - Charm City Run 20 Miler, Freeland, 8 a.m., charmcityrun.com

Sept. 6 - Shoebox Shuffle 5K, Sparks, 9 a.m., eliteraces.com

Sept. 6 - BRRC Gunpowder Keg Ultra Trail Race 50K, Gunpowder State Park, Hereford, 8 a.m., brrc.com.

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