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Orangetown Santa Claus 5K Drew 234 Runners

Photo of the 2013 Orangetown Recreation Santa Claus 5K by Joe Gartner.
Photo of the 2013 Orangetown Recreation Santa Claus 5K by Joe Gartner.
Despite Sunday's cold morning, the 22nd annual Orangetown Recreation Santa Claus 5K run drew 234 participants to Veteran's Memorial Park in Orangeburg. 

Luke Gavigan won the male overall division of the 5K, with Olivia Gray tops among the female runners.

The top finishers in each age division were as follows:

Jingle Bell Division (9-under)
Male
  1. Jake Preble
  2. James Ryan
  3. Liam Milvihill
  4. Aidan McGrath
Female
  1. Ava Miller
  2. Caitlin Whelan
  3. Olivia Beirne
  4. Brianna Dolan
Elf Division (10-14)
Male
  1. Conor Burke
  2. Jack Dowd
  3. Mark Anselmi
  4. Liam Fitzgerald
Female
  1. Jessica McCarthy
  2. Amy Kuhn
  3. Olivia Sullivan
  4. Katelyn Fuller
Reindeer Division (15-19)
Male
  1. Danny Paolazzi
  2. Chris O'Connell
  3. Kenny Vairo
  4. Phil O'Meara
Female
  1. Kassidy Ayres
  2. Caitlin Hartnett
  3. Nicole Acito
Snowman Division (20-29)
Male
  1. Jon Lindenauer
  2. James Meyers
  3. Brian Sietsma
  4. Chris Kavanagh
Female
  1. Annalise Tracey
  2. Larissa Alaverdian
  3. Stephanie Betz
  4. Kristen Lowenwirth
Gingerbread Division (30-39)
Male
  1. Jonathan Farrell
  2. John Fenton
  3. Adam Colangelo
  4. Patrick Whalen
Female
  1. Jessica Redis
  2. Erika Krokas
  3. Karen Brauer
  4. Amy Machado
Candy Cane Division (40-49)
Male
  1. Thomas Noonan
  2. Jeremy Zirin
  3. Bo Petkovich
  4. Baird Sticks
Female
  1. Kelly Peach
  2. Jeanne Tamaguy
  3. Stacey Gray
  4. Denise Anselmi
Santa's Helpers Division (50-59)

Male
  1. Greg Diamond
  2. Nick Paolazzi
  3. Michael Beckerle
  4. Martin Nowak, Jr.
Female
  1. Nancy Sietsma
  2. Fayne Frey
  3. Debora Tracey
  4. Nancy Shine
Egg-Noggers Division (60-69)
Male
  1. Mark Maidman
  2. Glenn Jacobs
  3. Otto Pinelli
  4. Raffi Alaverdian
Giftwrappers (70 and above)
Male
  1. John Singer
  2. Mihcael Grimaldi
  3. Artie Hagman
Female
  1. Alexandra Finger
  2. Ann Singer

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