Records fall in Harvest Run |

Records fall in Harvest Run

Tribune Staff Report

Only a week after the annual Lake Tahoe Marathon, South Shore residents continued to show their interest in running at the Harvest Run on Sunday at Kahle Park.

One hundred sixteen runners competed in the annual runs, which produced two course records and several division marks.

Zachary Power and Amber Ramos set course records in winning the youth division’s 2.4-mile runs. Power trimmed 34 seconds off the old record set by Garrett Rosman of the North Shore, winning in 15 minutes, 36 seconds. Ramos, who finished eighth overall among midget and youth boys and girls, reset the youth course mark with her clocking of 17:06. Joe Parker and Katie Briscore also broke division marks in winning their midget races with times of 15:44 and 17:13, respectively. Parker also finished second overall.

Jayson Scheetz equaled the 2.8-mile course record with his victorious time of 18:10, and husband and wife Bill and Debbie Devine captured the 4.6-mile titles with times of 29:11 and 33:39.

This year’s turnout included 44 more runners than last year.

For complete results, see Scoreboard on Page 2B.

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