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Mindy Kearns Special to The Register PPRnews@civitasmedia.com



It was a sprint to the finish line in the men's division at the Third Annual Wahama Athletics' Bike Race/Ride. First place in the men's division went to Cody Smith, while Darin Smith came in a close second, and Ken Holley, third.
It was a sprint to the finish line in the men's division at the Third Annual Wahama Athletics' Bike Race/Ride. First place in the men's division went to Cody Smith, while Darin Smith came in a close second, and Ken Holley, third.
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MASON — It was a true race to the finish line, with only seconds separating the first three places in the men’s division at the third annual Wahama High School Athletics’ Bike Race/Ride on May 24 in New Haven.


Jodie Roush, race organizer, said Cody Smith was the overall men’s winner with a time of 53:02 (two laps) on the 10/20 mile course. Any racer that completed the first lap in less than 35 minutes competed in a second lap. Darin Smith was right behind Cody Smith with a two-lap time of 53:03 for second place men’s overall; and Ken Holley’s time for third place was 53:04, also for two laps.


In the women’s overall division, Contessa Kennedy won first place with a two-lap time of 1:03:35. Second place was won by Brenda Scott with a time of 32:43 for one lap, and coming in third was Kylie Oliver with a one-lap time of 39:23.


The race began at the New Haven Ball Fields. All money raised went to the Wahama weight room/fitness center fund raiser, Roush stated.


Winners in the novelty divisions included Jamie Roush, top alumni male; Hannah Foreman, top alumni female; Kylie Oliver, top Wahama High School student; Eddie Bumgarner, most senior rider at 71 years old; and Wyatt Edwards, top flat bar.


A total of 44 riders participated in the event. Sponsors were RK Innovations, LLC; GameDay USA; Crank Animal Hospital; Farmers Bank; Naomi Lanier, Mary Kay consultant; Dr. Earnest Trent, DDS; Riverside Golf Course and Mary’s Tee Time Grill; BSN Sports; and This-N-That Cafe. Roush said he was also assisted by the Town of New Haven, New Haven Fire Department, New Haven Police Department, Mason County Sheriff’s Department, West Virginia State Police, and Bachtel United Methodist Church.


Individual winners in each age category included:


Males, 16-20 — Wyatt Edwards, first (39:28 - 1 lap).


Males, 21-25 — Jordan Roush, first (59:23 - 2 laps); Gabe Roush, second (57:26 - 1 lap).


Males, 26-30 — Cody Smith, first (53:02 - 2 laps); Nathan Fowler, second (1:03:23 - 2 laps); Scott Johnson, third (1:09:05 - 2 laps).


Males, 31-35 — Joel Lloyd, first (1:02:26 - 2 laps); Josh Kennedy, second (1:08:30 - 2 laps); Brian Allen, third (41:44 - 1 lap).


Males, 36-40 — Darin Smith, first (53:03 - 2 laps); Jodie Roush, second (59:18 - 2 laps).


Males, 41-45 — Brady Johnson, first (58:21 - 2 laps); Jamie Roush, second (59:17 - 2 laps).


Males, 46-50 — Ken Holley, first (53:04 - 2 laps); John Morales, second (59:22 - 2 laps); Keith Reynolds, third (35:38 - 1 lap).


Males, 51-55 — Don Tillis, first (35:11 - 1 lap); Mike Lambert, second (38:09 - 1 lap); David Foreman, third (42:32 - 1 lap).


Males, 56-60 — Rich Haft, first (59:43 - 2 laps); Joe Johnson, second (45:54 - 1 lap).


Males, 61-70 — Charles Baker, first (59:21 - 2 laps).


Males, 70 and up — Eddie Bumgarner, first (49:36 - 1 lap).


Females, 16-20 — Kylie Oliver, first (39:23 - 1 lap); Bunni Peters, second (44:56 - 1 lap).


Females, 21-25 — Hannah Foreman, first (44:05 - 1 lap); Alissa Roush, second (57:27 - 1 lap).


Females, 26-30 — Contessa Kennedy, first (1:03:35 - 2 laps); Tisha Grant, second (41:47 - 1 lap); Cayla Watson, third (44:56 - 1 lap).


Females, 31-35 — Andrea Roush, first (40:14 - 1 lap); Rachel Reynolds, second (49:38 - 1 lap); Brandy Graham, third (53:30 - 1 lap).


Females, 36-40 — Michelle Blain, first (43:25 - 1 lap); Minerva Abella, second (53:48 - 1 lap).


Females, 41-45 — No participants.


Females, 46-50 — Brenda Scott, first (32:43 - 1 lap); Anne Seidenabel, second (40:35 - 1 lap); Eugenia Damron, third (1:03:52 - 1 lap).


Females, 51-55 — Carolyn Lambert, first (51:23 - 1 lap).


Females, 56-60 — No participants.


Females, 61-70 — Rhonda Wood, first (51:06 - 1 lap).


Females, 71 and up — No participants.

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