Stillwater runners competed in the Tahlequah 5K road race on Saturday.

Coach Dan Zeroski won the men’s 50-to-54 division (21:54), while assistant Chris Vincent won the 20-to-24 group (18:06). That time was also second overall.

Kirsty Baze was third in the 13-to-15 girls age group with a time of 25:35. She was followed by Alexandra Skousen (26:33).

In the girls 16-to-19 division, Erica Rackley was third (22:50). Katelyn Little placed eighth (29:19), followed by Amber Robbins (30:28).

On the boys side, Kurt Kleinholz took second in the 13-to-15 division (21:04). Also running were David Herrmann (seventh, 23:09), Joshua Biros (10th, 24:41), David Crane (11th, 26:35) and Jonathan Fain (16th, 31:07).

Twenty-four Stillwater runners were in the boys 16-to-19 group. Max Miller was second (18:23), which was the fourth best time overall.

He was followed by Kyle Atekwana (sixth, 19:47), Kale McCoy (ninth, 19:56), Thomas Tower (10th, 20:38), Max Johnson (11th, 21:13), Caleb Sisco (13th, 21:35), Blake Zimmerman (15th, 21:46), William Smith (16th, 21:47), Charles Kenna (17th, 21:48), Niels Nagel (19th, 22:02), Jacob Biros (21st, 22:14), Cade Blessen (23rd, 22:56), Kameron Morris (24th, 23:36), Matthew Grussing (25th, 23:37), Brian Todhunter (26th, 23:48), Charles Cabe (27th, 24:24), Brent Chesbro (28th, 24:33), Robert Clougherty (29th, 24:42), William Pradia (30th, 25:09), Robert Daniel (31st, 25:13), Andrew Burnap (32nd, 26:36), Aaron Putnam (33rd, 26:41), Auston Eleftherakis (28:12) and Raymond Damicone (35th, 28:22).

Parents that ran were Don Herrmann (fifth in men’s 40-to-44, 26:39) and John Eleftherakis (sixth in men’s 45-to-49, 32:26).

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