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Oak Ridge grad places first in CIM

EL DORADO HILL'S Amjed Aboukhadijeh pauses at the finish line of the California International Marathon Dec. 4. He took first in his 19 and under age group. Photo by Cindy Aboukhadijeh

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From page A11 | December 16, 2011 |

Oak Ridge graduate Amjed Aboukhadijeh, 19, took first in his age class (males ages 1-19)  in the 29th annual California International Marathon Dec. 4.

Thousands of local and international athletes hit the road in the 35-degree plus weather, including Aboukhadijeh, who ran a 5:59 minutes per mile pace and finished in two 2 hours, 36.23 minutes.

Aboukhadijeh, who is currently running on scholarship for UCLA, completed the marathon last year as a guide for visually impaired Folsom althlete, Richard Hunter. Hunter recently competed in his first Ironman in Florida.

El Dorado entered a relay team that included seniors Spencer Wright and Nathan Rossi, and sophomores Ryan Gray and Tyler Rossi. The boys took fourth in the field of 1,000 teams and third in the high school bracket.

El Dorado prinicpal Matt Barnes beat the average course finish time of 4:13, crossing the line in 3:01.23. His students were at the finish to congratulate him.

Another top finisher in his age group was Diamond Springs’ John O’Neill, 70, who took fourth in 4;05.13.

Men’s 25-29
117-Nicholas Banaszak, 25, EDH, 3:32.39; 133-Tory Burkhart, 26, PV, 3:39.29; 152-Josh Vickers, 28, EDH, 3:51.47; 159-Eric Potter, 29, GV, 3:55.32; 171-Brent Webb, 27, Cool, 3:59.41; 195-Adam Burke, 28, EDH, 4:11.40
30-34
66-Jeremy Burr, 34, EDH, 2:57.44; 90-Brian Miller, 34, EDH, 3:04.55; 169-Benjamin Swett, 34, EDH, 3:32.06; 219-Rod Castellanos, 32, EDH, 3:50.18
35-39
31-Brian Miller, 35, EDH, 2:58.01; 39-Matt Barnes, 35, PP, 3:01.23; 70-Jon Morris, 38, EDH, 3:10; 243-Derek Moore, 37, EDH, 3:57.41; 287-David Lara, 39, EDH, 4:11.06; 319-Shawn Beckerley, 39, EDH, 4:19.02; 321-Matthew Hilliker, 39, EDH, 4:19.30; 358-Pradeep Devavarakpu, 38, EDH, 4:28.35; 423-Ryan Medel, 35, EDH, 4:56.10; 482-Brent Lowder, 37, EDH, 5:33.09
40-44
17-Curt Casazza, 40, CP, 2:48.50; 70-Robert Scott, 41, DS, 3:08.04; 98-Chris Barry, 40, EDH, 3:13.05; 200-Keith Maher, 41, EDH, 3:29.46; 202-John Anderson, 40, EDH, 3:30; 271-Raphael Nkadi, 42, EDH, 3:46.12; 336-Jay Littleford, 42, EDH, 3:59.17; 337-John Evans, 40, EDH, 3:59.29; 361-Larry Oreskes, 42, EDH, 4:03; 403-Mike Chrisenbery, 40, EDH, 4:16.13; 406-Brian Robinson, 43, Res, 4:16.58; 414-John Janecek, 41, EDH, 4:18.43; 418-Tim Issertell, 42, CP, 4:20.26; 441-Les Walker, 44, EDH, 4:27.48; 451-Bill Bradshaw, 43, CP, 4:30.24; 467-Konstantinos Exarchos, 43, EDH, 4:37; 470-Baron Vanhonsebrouck, 41, EDH, 4:38.33; 521-James Slattery, 44, EDH, 4:57.17; 559-Jason Harper, 40, EDH, 5:16.17; 568-Alan Frost, 41, CP, 5:24.16; 582-Michael Meeks, 43, CP, 5:32.37; 593-Eric Boucher, 41, Cool, 5:47.30; 603-Eric Davidson, 41, EDH, 6:29.14.
45-49
22-Scott Hanson, 45, EDH, 2:59.23; 69-John Nichols, 46, EDH, 3:19,05; 166-Mehrdad  Foroozesh, 49, EDH, 3:38.26; 173-Arbin Kumar, 47, 3:39.52; 196-Michael Carver, EDH, 3:45.13; 243-Dietmar Grellmann, 48, EDH, 3:54.57; 278-Rafael Placencia, 49, CP, 4:01.57; 286-Daniel Prettyman, EDH, 46, 4:05.31; 297-Joseph Hayes, 45, EDH, 4:09.23; 300-Richard Harms, 47, EDH, 4:11.34; 316-Richard Nelhams, 48, EDH, 4:15.36; 348-Jeff Brown, 47, EDH, 4:26.42; 371-David Panee, 47, EDH, 4:32.08; 4:18-Michael Duncan, 47, SS, 4:45.32; 422-Darren Sorgea, 45, EDH, 4:46.43; 440-Jack Crawford, 45, EDH, 4:53.05; 499-Scott Coffin, 45, ED, 6:22.49
50-54
88-Roy Ubry, 52, EDH, 3:31.18; 185-David Swaney, 50, PV, 4:01.16; 222-John Hurst, 50, EDH, 4;15.47; 251-Paul Lineback, 54, CP, 4;30.51; 256-Dorr Clark, 51, EDH, 4:32.27; 269-Theo Parisek, 50, Res, 4:40.06; 271-Sterling Grover, ED, 4:40.08; 279-Glen Hawk, 50, SS, 4:43.54; 304-David Maigaard, 51, Cam, 5:02.43; 357-Charles Baldwin, 50, EDH, 6:12.31
55-59
8-Terry Baucom, 55, EDH, 3;00.12; 56-Robert Gerber, 56, Cool, 3;39.18; 78-Brian Carothers, 56, CP, 3:51.59; 117-Eugene Haydu, 58, SS, 4:12.24; 129-Robert Irwin, 58, EDH, 4:19.45; 173-Jim Austreng, 56, CP, 4:42.09; 181-Stephen Shumrak, 56, EDH, 4:40.40
60-64
35-Ty Russell, 61, PP, 3:56; 46-Tony Capasso, 60, EDH, 4:08.17; 60-Robert Earle, 61, ED, 4:25.06; 111-Ted Burdine, 62, EDH, 5:38.01; 116-Craig Monson, SS, 6;00.23
65-69: 29-Donald Wilkison, 69, Geo, 4:33.22
70-74: 4-John O’Neill, 70, DS, 4:05.13

Women

20-24
31-Kelly Luck, 24, Cam, 3:46.06; 43-Michelle Williamson, 24, GV, 4:00; 44-Jaime Jackson, 24, PV, 4:05.09.
25-29
114-Alysa Demetre, 25, EDH, 3:56.58; 115-Fredrick Hall, 29-PV, 3:57.25; 123-Karie Russo, 29, CP, 3:59.08; 290-Beth Shumrak, 25, EDH, 5:12.59; 318-Emily Moore, 25, PV, 5:35.26.
30-34
51-Danielle Herrick, 32, SS, 3:29.0997-Shannon Kuehl, 30, EDH, 3:47.58; 109-Misha Ayler, 33, EDH, 3;52.53; 147-Heidi Rounds, 30, Cool, 4:03.48; 240-Tamara Sutton, 34, EDH, 4:35.04; 248-Andrea Walker, 33, SS, 4:36.36; 292-Christina Drever, 33, EDH, 4:49.21; 311-Terry Garcia, 34, EDH, 4:56.43; 333-Marta Bortner, 32, PH, 5:14.28; 340-Valerie Webb, 31, Cool, 5:18.44; 366-Christa Crews, 33, EDH, 5:39.30; 382-Tricia Ross, 34, EDH, 5:59.44.
35-39
82-Heather McLean-Morris, 39, EDH, 3:39.14; 166-Karen Ruddy, 37, EDH, 4:00.24; 185-Mandy Winchester, 35, EDH, 4:06.24; 214-Colleen Vanderwall, 39, EDH, 4;18.24; 274-Regina Decarlo, 36, CP, 4:36.36; 284-Leslie Hobert, 38, SS, 4:39.39; 313-Julie Walker, 35, EDH, 4:46.26; 353-Betsy Balala, 37, CP, 5;01.14; 370-Nicol Langley, 39, CP, 5:09.59; 408-Margaret Davis, 37, CP, 5:28.44; 423-Heather Hunter, 36, Cool, 5:40.41; 424-Sally Chehade, 38, CP, 5:41.41; 441-Jennifer Swaney, 39, PV, 6:03.38.
40-44
20-Colleen Peschel, 41, SS, 3:03.22; 26-Susan Miller, 44, PP, 3:16.58; 109-Terri Streetman, 42, EDH, 3:53.16; 113-Teresa Andrews, 41, SS, 3:54.26; 148-Catherine Tedesco, 42, EDH, 4:02.52; 150-Keely Carroll, 40, PV, 4:03.28; 155-Kate Lowrance, 40, EDH, 4:04.02; 179-Nicole Ridgeway, 42, SS, 4:11.21; 218-Kendra Thompson, 40, EDH, 4:20.35; 226-Tara Janice, 40, EDH, 4:22.21; 231-Robin Padilla, 42, EDH, 4:23.47; 271-Tracie Rutz, 40, EDH, 4:34.11; 292-Karen Stinson, 44, EDH, 4:41.05; 325-Thaya Jones, 41, PP, 4:53; 336-Ana Marquez, 43, EDH, 4:57.38; 349-Adriana Vanhonsebrouck, 44, EDH, 5:03.20; 408-Sue Escobar, 41, PP, 5:43.45; 412-Robbie Boucher, 42, Cool, 4:47.40.
45-49
71-Alison Payne, 49, SS, 3;54.28; 111-Anabella Brown, 45, EDH, 4:04.25; 128-Suzanne listar, 46, PV, 4:11.05; 178-Jette Shears, 49, CP, 4:26.48; 186-Erin Bretz, 48, CP, 4:29.29; 188-Kathy McKim, 48, EDH, 4:29.52; 203-Kathryn Bare, 47, EDH, 4:35.04; 205-Sheila Thomas, 47, EDH, 4;35.35; 232-Kelli Vitale-Carson, 47, EDH, 4:46.10; 235-Denise Ehler, 46, EDH, 4:46.31; 248-Carolyn Poer, 45, CP, 4;51.14; 283-Kathleen Cole, 47, EDH, 5:09.40; 293-Roberta Kitowski, 48, EDH, 5:14.46; 312-Kelly Cowger, 48, GV, 5:24.27; 336-Launa Atkinson, 47, PV, 5;41.45; 339-Trina Cabales, 45, EDH, 3;44.14; 367-Debbie Lane, 48, Res, 6:29.53.
50-54
80-Kandi Miranda, 50, PV, 4:27.16; 138-Carol Phelps, 52, EDH, 5:11.28; 154-Celeste Hill, 52, PV, 5:24.27; 168-Kathy Victorino, 54, PV, 5;41.45; 175-Sara Courtney, 54, EDH, 5:50.01; 178-Peggy Gachowski, 51, PV, 5:59.12; 186-Jenny McCormack, 50, PV, 6:11.56.
55-59: 6-Sandy Monical, 55, Res, 3;44.57.
60-64: 26-Patti Brecht, 60, EDH, 6:04.33.

Key: DS: Diamond Springs; PV: Placerville; CP: Cameron Park; EDH: El Dorado Hills; PP: Pollock Pines; GV: Garden Valley; Res: Rescue; SS: Shingle Springs; ED: El Dorado; Geo: Georgetown; PH: Pilot Hill;

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