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Annual Cider Run in Warren benefits scholar fund
Litchfield.bz (10-01-17)


Piotr Kostyk of Bethel, above, is about to win the Cider Run in Warren on Saturday.
 
Below, Meg Salmon of Warren was the first female finisher. BZ photos and Dave Driscoll photos
 
 
The ninth annual Cider Run in Warren was a hit on Saturday, drawing more than 100 runners for a 3.1-mile out and back jaunt that started and finished at Warren Woods.
 
Warren's Parks and Recreation Commission and the Warren Land Trust co-sponsored the race for the fourth consecutive year. Carla Angevine was rhe race director and also ran in it. She was assisted by member of the Parks and Recreation Commission and the land trust, as well as by several volunteers.
 
The race was a fundraiser for the commission's scholarship fund.
  
Piotr Kostyk of Bethel won the race in 18:48 and Dean Kennedy of Litchfield was second in 19:56. Meg Salmon of Warren was the first female finisher and was ninth overall in 21:50. Sage Reeves, 15, of Goshen, was the runner up female with a 14th-place time of 23:12.
 
  
 
Dean Kennedy of Litchfield was second.
 
 
Race director Carla Angevine celebrates as she heads for the finish.
 
 
Charlotte Brodhead, 12, of Warren, ran her first Cider Run.
 
 
Local sports celebrity Brent Hawkins was first in the men's 60-65 age group.
 
 
Goshen's Michaela Breakell posts a strong finish.
 
 
Spencer Davis of Goshen hits the finish line.
 
 
Race winner Piotr Kostyk crosses the finish line.
 
 
Meg Salmon carries her prize at the awards presentation.
 
 
Lucas Downs of Warren was the winner of the children's race.
 
 
Warren Land Trust members running were, from left, Tim Angevine, Bill Mansfield, Rebecca Neary and Elizabeth Chandler.