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May 13, 2012

METRO ROUNDUP: Bloomington runners win Run Through the Jungle 5K

CENTER POINT — Kevin Murphy, an Indiana University student from Bloomington, was the overall winner of the eighth annual Run Through The Jungle 5K at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Center Point on Saturday.

His winning time was 17 minutes, 0.71 seconds.

The first-place female was Sarah Keil, also from Bloomington. Masters winners were Paul Clapp of Terre Haute and Karen Norrie of San Jose, Calif. First-place walker was Shirley Fearheiley of Harrisburg, Ill., and first male walker was Tony Trinca of South Bend.

The event included 534 runners and walkers from eight states, an increase of more than 200 over last year’s record turnout. The race raised over $7,000 for the care and feeding of more than 200 felines that reside at the Exotic Feline Rescue Center.

Full results will be posted later at www.wvrr.org and junglerun5k.com.

Top 25 — Kevin Murphy, 21, Bloomington, 17.00.17; Mark Bowman, 25, Charleston, Ill., 17:50.56; Justin Graham, 31, Bloomington, 18:17:53; Paul Clapp, 50, Terre Haute, 18:52:62; Mark Achenbach, 54, Terre Haute, 19:16:79; Denny Utter, 42, Terre Haute, 19:44:37; Robert Burns, 54, Indianapolis, 19:45:65; Jimmy Fowler, 18, Knightstown, 20:17:25; Jeffrey Schumaker, 17, Knightstown, 20:24:63; Thomas Raley, 31, Bloomington, 20:28:71; Adam Piatt, 23, Brazil, 20:39:59; Joseph Brewer, 34, Cayuga, 20:41:32; Bill Doyle, 57, Linton, 20:44:13; Bob Minor, 35, Clinton, 20:47: 93; Tyler Robinson, 17, Knightstown, 21:21:13; Jeremy Winners, 16, Knightstown, 21:41:32; Rick Lindemann, 35, Newton, Ill., 21:52:37; Casey Mumaw, 34, Bloomington, 21:58:63; Evan Burton, 27, Bloomington, 22:11:52; Sarah Keil, 27, Bloomington, 22:20:01; Jon Hancuff, 42, Bloomington, 22:23:66; John Perry, 30, Carmel, 22:33:35; Miranda Addonizio, 30, Bloomington, 22:46:05; Hicham Rahmouni, 32, Terre Haute, 22:47:67; Jessica Kitchell, 21, Munster, 22:56:52.

Auto racing

n Crawhorn prevails — At Bloomington Speedway, Darren Crawhorn was one of the feature winners in racing Friday.

Crawhorn won his heat and took first in the main event for bombers. Other feature winners were Richie Lex in UMP modifieds, Troy Clark for super stocks and Justin Patterson in hornets.

The Larry Rice Classic for U.S. Auto Club sprint cars is slated this week.

Friday

UMP modifieds

Heat winners — Jake Humphrey, John DeMoss, Bradley Sterrett.

Feature — Richie Lex, Sterrett, Greg Amick, Karlie Holt, Humphrey, Jim Moore, Blake Davis, Roger Mills, Josh Harris, Dusty Modglin.

UMP super stocks

Heat winners — Steve Hollars, Troy Clark, Jeremy Carpenter, Rob Paris (B-main).

Feature — Clark, Roy Bruce Jr., Will McRoberts, Jack Frye, Hollars, Kenny Carmichael, Winston Howe, Carpenter, Brad Cummings, Larry Long.

Hornets

Heat winners — Greg Garrison, Kansas Cox, Matt Jacobs, Joe Johnson (B-main).

Feature — Justin Patterson, Cox, Bryson Clark, Garrison, Joshua Wright, Felisha Deweese, Dan Morgan, Owen Cosman, Brandon Fehrenbach, Brayton Arthur.

Bombers

Heat winners — Darren Crawhorn, Bubba Woods.

Feature — Crawhorn, Ronnie Pardue, Greg Sims, Brian Sims, Tanner Chastain, Paul Owens, Jeff Shepherd, Andrew Deavers, Mike Klyn, Jeremy Shake.

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