September 17 was National Orienteering Day. It was a beautiful sunny day, although a little humid. The turn-out was light (perhaps because of the short notice time before the meet). Feedback was that the courses were very fun yet challenging. The closest 1-2 finish was between the two Koptelov teenagers on the Orange course. The youngest lone competitor was Sebastian Voit on the White course. I believe everyone had a good time – whether they were going for speed or just enjoying the woods. Thanks to Alex Izzo and Bill Luitje for helping pick up controls.
|Jess and Carl Franklin||2:51:02|
|Paul Vandevert and son John||OE|
|Mary Joscelyn, Cath Roberts, and Diane Cook||1:02:04|
|Carolyn and Harry Miller||2:19:50|
|Andrew Callender and Carson Maynard||0:37:36|
|Wendy and Percy Lewis||1:28:50|
|Lisa DeShanu and Julie Browne||1:34:40|
|Mary Spencer and Dan Webster||2:15:32|
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Modified January 17, 2007, by Robert Messer.