Buck fastest woman in 33rd Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Run

The Advance of Bucks County - - SPORTS - By Steve Sher­man

Buck­sLo­calS­ports Edi­tor

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Hopewell sal­ley Cen­tral High School and Columbia Univer­sity alum Clare Buck was the fastest woman to finLVh WhH 33UG Dn­nuDO 5HYROuWLRnDUy 5un 10K URDG race that took place on the Fourth of July in Penn­syl­va­nia’s Wash­ing­ton Cross­ing +LVWRULF PDUN.

An an­nual Mercer CounWy, GU­RuS ,, DnG 1.-. VWDWH Meet of Cham­pion win­ner IURP 2006 WR 2009 DW +R9DO, BuFN, 22, RI PHn­nLnJWRn, finLVhHG WhH 10K URDG UDFH Ln 8SSHU MDNH­fiHOG 7RwnVhLS Ln D EODzLnJ 38.01.65.

CODuGLD KHHS, 20, RI Sole­bury Town­ship, was the nHxW wRPDn WR FURVV WhH fin­ish line, hit­ting the tape in 36:06.37. 5DFhHO 1DUDnMR, D 22-yHDU-ROG IURP ChuOD sista, Cal­i­for­nia, was third Ln 40:32.86.

Con­nor Har­ri­man, 16, a var­sity run­ner for Penns­bury High School from Yard­ley, was third among WhH PHn, DIWHU finLVhLnJ Ln 36:43.91. AnWhRny )Dgun­des, of Fair Oaks, Cal­i­for­nia, was sec­ond af­ter FURVVLnJ Ln 36:06.37 DnG Pat Hat­burn won the race, hLWWLnJ WhH WDSH Ln 35:44.44.

While Ju­lian De Groot Lutz, a 16-year-old from PhLODGHOShLD finLVhHG IRuUWh Ln 36:56.46, LW wDV IRUPHU CRn­wHOO-(JDn WUDFN & fiHOG coach Bill Gould who made the most noise in Bucks CRunWy. 7hH 44-yHDU-ROG IURP YDUGOHy finLVhHG fiIWh af­ter hit­ting the tape in 37:06.84.

GRuOG SODFHG fiUVW Ln the male masters di­vi­sion while Pam Chapin, 49, of Doylestown, took the coun­ter­part tro­phy for the womHn DIWHU finLVhLnJ WhH UDFH Ln 44:31.27.

At Columbia, Buck postHG hHU EHVW FROOHJLDWH fin- ish dur­ing her ju­nior year as she placed ninth in the 3,000-PHWHU Uun Ln WhH 2011 ,Yy LHDJuH ChDPSLRnVhLSV. Buck also ran the mile, 1,500 PHWHUV DnG 5,000 PHters dur­ing her time with the LLRnV.

(photo courtesy Pen­ntrackxc/pamile­split.com)

Con­nor Har­ri­man (#359), 18, of Yard­ley, was the third over­all fin­isher in the 33rd Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Run 10K road race, an an­nual event that takes place on the Fourth of July in Wash­ing­ton Cross­ing His­toric Park.

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