■ Laura Brustolon, a 2006 Stonington High graduate, won the Tour de Noank 5K race Saturday by 20 seconds, finishing in 19 minutes, 10 seconds. The next female finisher was Alicia Moroyogui of Groton, who was 33rd in 23:12.
Brustolon, home for Father’s Day weekend, is an assistant pathologist at Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, Mass.
Scott Carper of Mystic was the top local male finisher. He took fourth in 19:50 and was followed by Mystic’s Tom Readett (20:07). Max Reck of North Stonington finished eighth in 20:32.
An overwhelming majority of the 204 finishers live in southeastern Connecticut.
Pawcatuck’s Chase Carnot (21:53) and Jim Tiernan (22:35) came in 19th and 24th. Mystic’s Jacob Jankowski (22:59), Ed Cohen (23:06), Jeffery Anderson (23:06) and Stephen Servidio (23:08) finished 28th through 31st.
Other local males in the top 50 were Phil Butta (Mystic, 35th, 23:21), Jim Stuart (Pawcatuck, 39th, 23:50), Alex Edwards (North Stonington, 42nd, 24:04), and Brian Spring (Mystic, 49th, 24:19).
Mystic’s Peggy Horgan was the second local female to finish. She took 41st overall and fourth among females with a time of 24:03. Claire Leatham of Wyoming was next in 50th overall (24:19).
Melissa Jankowski (24:34) of Mystic was 60th overall, Olivia Roy (25:02) of Mystic was 66th, and Sarah Starr Murphy (25:38) of North Stonington finished 73rd.
■ Matt Ridley of Mystic finished second in the Niantic Bay 10K on Friday, running the race in 36 minutes, 17 seconds. Christopher Rosenberg of Old Saybrook won in 35:08.
Jeff Walker (37:34) of Westerly took fifth, Jeffrey Vuono (39:56) of Westerly was ninth, and Bryan Sardo (42:24) of Mystic was 15th.
A total of 211 runners completed the course.
Stonington’s Kyla Maloney was the top local female. She came in 29th overall and fifth among women with a tikme of 44:51.
Maura Dagostino of Mystic was the next local woman. She was 55th overall and the 11th female. Her time was 49:19.
Kate Harwell (50:49) of Mystic was 67th overall and the 16th woman. Jaime Bissonnette of Mystic (54:47) was 115th and 33rd.
Chase Carnot (44:46) of Pawcatuck was 28th, Josh Harwell (46:36) of Mystic was 42nd, Gregory Niles (48:01) of Stonington was 50th, Timothy Smith (52:01) of Pawcatuck took 86th, and Pawcatuck’s Paul Gray (52:57) finished 98th overall.
■ Sarah Lafayette of North Stonington was the female winner of the St. Catherine of Sienna 5K Thursday in Peston, Conn. Her time was 21:43. Nicholas Migani of Griswold was the overall winner in 16:26.
Paul Gray of Pawcatuck was the top local male. He finished 35th in 25:08. Jeremy Bosma (27:13) of North Stonington was 46th and Henry Grills (28:45) of Westerly was 57th out of the 70-99 age group.
Peggy Pelland (28:56) of North Stonington was the second local female and 18th woman overall. Overall, she was 59th out of 98 finishers.
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