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Berube, Frapwell race to victories

IRONVILLE Lee Berube and Jennifer Frapwell raced to victories in the annual Heritage 10K road race. Berube toured the 6.2-mile course in 33 minutes, 53 seconds for the mens title, while Frapwell claimed the womens crown in 50:22. It was the second straight Heritage 10K win for Berube, a high school state champion in cross country and track. The race was held in conjunction with the Penfield Homestead Museums annual Heritage Day celebration. Starting and finishing near the museum, the course covers country roads, about half of them dirt. The first four miles are up and down with a very fast two-mile downhill finish. The Heritage 10K is sponsored by the LaChute Road Runners Club of Ticonderoga along with the Penfield Homestead Museum. Following the race runners were invited to attend Heritage Day festivities. Activities include live music, a craft fair and demonstrations of weaving, candlemaking and blacksmithing as well as a chicken barbecue. Results include: Men Overall Lee Berube, 33:53 Age 19 and younger Jay Berube, 42:30; Thomas Hartnett, 43:14; Pat Dunn, 46:14. Age 20-29 Jesse Berube, 35:01; Jim Cunningham, 42:48; Michake Root, 49:42 Age 30-39 Aaron Robertson, 34:06; Dave Natale, 51:43; Eric Lowder, 75:51 Age 40-49 Dave Burrows, 41:30; Paul Mattson, 44:58; Jesse Berube Sr, 45:34; John Curtiz, 53:41; Steve Dunn, 58:26 Age 50-59 Paul Manning, 51:35 Age 60 and older Dave Rutkowski, 53:17; Robert Fairman, 53:33; Jim Cunningham Sr., 54:03 Women Overall Jennifer Frapwell, 50:22 Age 20-29 Angie Snye, 60:56; Lindsay Gajewski, 62:56 Age 30-39 Lorraine Stroud, 52:57; Vanessa Verrill, 53:41; Doreen Bazile, 53:47; Deanne Webster, 54:32; Joline Hlavaty, 54:41; Lisa Lowder, 75:51 Age 40-49 Linda Sherman, 55:11; Colleen Delcore, 56:3; Tina Armstrong, 58:54; Tammy Moffitt, 75:51; Diane Tyrrell, 86:43 Age 50-59 Karen Costello, 52:39 Age 60 and older Marilyn Fairman, 66:31; Elaine Dill, 66:46

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