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Letter of thanks: Mud Mania saw some speed
8/18/2014 6:00:00 AM
There were 372 competitors in the 2014 Mud Mania event held on July 31. I would like to thank the Mud Mania Winners as follows: Boys 4-5 years - AJ Talibuddin with a time of 56.81 seconds and Sam Hirs with a time of 1 minute, 2.66 seconds.
Girls 4-5 years - Payton Hunter with a time of 54.28 seconds and Kialey Pickett with a time of 54.50 seconds.
Boys 6-7 years - Reilly File with a time of 33.06 seconds and Nathen Cunningham with a time of 34.47 seconds.
Girls 6-7 years - Jo-Lee Schoch with a time of 39 seconds and Jasmine Bell with a time of 43.56 seconds.
Boys 8-9 years - Brock Oktay with a time of 22.19 seconds and Brycen Galindo with a time of 27.56 seconds.
Girls 8-9 years - Melaika Bell with a time of 32.31 seconds and Hayleigh Kanthack with a time of 32.78 seconds.
Boys 10-11 years - Kayden Robles with a time of 23.12 seconds and Colby Robles with a time of 24.99 seconds.
Girls 10-11 years - Hayle Davis with a time of 25.22 seconds and Maddy Tribett with a time of 25.40 seconds.
Boys 15-17 years - Tristen Holgun with a time of 21.17 seconds and RJ Grimes received 22.87 seconds.
Girls 15-17 years - Brooke McFarland with a time of 25.28 seconds and Taylor Harrison with a time of 31.90 seconds.
In the Men 18-34 years, Reece Robertson was the sole winner in this division.
Women 18-34 years - Kayla Hoague with a time of 28.91 seconds and Teneisha Bell with a time of 32.68 seconds.
Men 35 years and up - Dominic Huzinga with a time of 28.17 seconds and Paul Wood with a time of 38.09 seconds.
Women 35 years and up - Amanda Wood with a time of 27.87 seconds and Chris Hoague with a time of 1 minute 2.12 seconds.
On behalf of the Parks and Recreation Department, thank you to all of our winners and to all who participated, and see you all again next year.
City of Kingman
Parks & Recreation Department
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