Seibold, Ray Win Tough Enough to Wear Pink 5K
Nearly 200 participants took part in SWOSU’s 7th annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink 5K Run/Walk on March 30 with proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
The overall male winner of the run/walk with a time of 19 minutes 49 seconds was Will Seibold, a SWOSU student and Cache native. The female winner and second place overall was Toni Ray of Weatherford with a time of 21:12.
In the overall male competition, Adam Woodard of Weatherford finished second with a time of 21:20 and Craig Mahl of Canute finished third with a time of 21:24.
In the overall female competition, Afton Luttrell of Weatherford was second at 21:35 and Lindsay Madison of Cordell finished third at 22:40.
Winners by age division included:
Male, age 1-9 – Luke Hawkins, Reydon
Male, age 10-14 – Jance Hillard, Weatherford
Female, age 10-14 – Zoie DeFehr, Weatherford
Male, age 15-19 – Fletcher Risenhoover, Weatherford
Female, age 15-19 – Baylee Warnke, Canute
Male, age 20-24 – Will Seibold, Cache
Female, age 20-24 – Lindsay Madison, Cordell
Male, age 25-29 – Parker Skinner, Weatherford
Female, age 25-29 – Toni Ray, Weatherford
Male, age 30-34 – Ryan Burson, Yukon
Female, age 30-34 – Kendra Eastwood, Mountain View
Male, age 35-39 – Russell Schneberger, Elk City
Female, age 35-39 – Jill Floyd, Weatherford
Male, age 40-44 – Jay Moore, Weatherford
Female, age 40-44 – Mindy King, Eakly
Male, age 45-49 – Dan Heiser, Altus
Female, age 45-49 – Dana Ratcliffe, Weatherford
Male, age 50-54 – David Matz, Weatherford
Female, age 50-54 – Paige Craighead, Weatherford
Male, age 55-59 – Jim Hammond, Oklahoma City
Female, age 55-59 – Marcia Grant, Weatherford
Male, age 60-64 – Craig Mahl, Canute
Female, age 60-64 – Vicki Harbison, Weatherford
Male, age 70-74 – Gerald Green, Clinton
Male, age 75-98 – Buff Burtis, Clinton