Bainbridge Youth Services announces Fun Run winners

Racers crowd the start line for the beginning of this year’s Fun Run during Bainbridge Island’s Grand Old Fourth celebration. - Photo courtesy of Bainbridge Youth Services
Racers crowd the start line for the beginning of this year’s Fun Run during Bainbridge Island’s Grand Old Fourth celebration.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Bainbridge Youth Services

Eleven-year-old Victoria Gray was the womens 1-mile winner in Bainbridge Youth Services’ 34th July 4th Fun Run.

She finished the race in 7:22.

Thomas Delgado, 18, claimed the title for the men in 5:44.

Race day featured a 1-mile run and a 5k run/walk, and there was perfect running weather, just cool enough and dry. Organizers said a total of 639 runners ran in the two races this year, with an additional 75 kids out at the Kid’s Dash.

Marina Cofer-Wildsmith, executive director of Bainbridge Youth Services, said the nonprofit came out a winner, as well.

“We experienced our highest levels of pre-registrations and a 17 percent increase in revenue this year to support our no-cost youth counseling program,” Cofer-Wildsmith said.

“We want to thank the community and our sponsors for their ongoing support,” she said.

Bainbridge Youth Services also congratulated the individual and group winners for their energy and participation.

The winners were:

Corporate Team Award: Church Mouse

Sports Team Award: Girls Lacrosse

Costume Award: Mount Rushmore

Team Spirit Award:  Bainbridge Island Cross Country

Fourth of July Spirit Award:  Bainbridge Island Fire Department

Service Award:  Cops For Kids

BYS July 4th Fun Run Results



Thomas Delgado, age 18, 5:44; and Victoria Gray, age 11, 7:22


Stuart Smith, age 17, 16:57; and Janet McDevitt, age 39, 19:24



Male 50-59:  Glen Cook, 6:10

Male 40-49:  Mike Rosendin, 6:38

Male 30-39:  Joe Jaszewski, 6:10

Male 19-29:  Pat Colwell, 5:48

Male 16-18:  Thomas Delgado, 5:44

Male 13-15:  Derek Rosendin, 7:16

Male 10-12:  Grant Wolfe, 5:59

Male 7-9:  Alexander Miller, 6:56

Male 6 & Under:  Jack Thompson, 9:19

Female 50-59:  Anne Montgomery, 7:35

Female 40-49: Christine Jackobson, 7:54

Female 30-39:  Sage McCotter, 10:22

Female 19-29:  Alexandra Simpkins, 18:30

Female 13-15:  Jenna Rosendin, 9:01

Female 10-12:  Victoria Gray, 7:22

Female 7-9:  Noelle Perry, 8:45

Female 6 & Under:  Olivia Brain, 9:10


Male 70+: Paul Benton, 23:44

Male 60-69: Steve Reynolds, 20:35

Male 50-59: Rob Ferguson, 20:41

Male 45-49: Frank O’Brien, 18:31

Male 40-44: Tom Provencher, 19:40

Male 35-39: Chris Charles, 17:42

Male 30-34: Chris Springer, 18:51

Male 25-29: Jason Vaughn, 23:08

Male 19-24: Justin Mejia, 18:17

Male 15-18: Stuart Smith, 16:57

Male 14 & Under: Tyler Moravec, 22:27

Female 70+: Judith Tingley, 39:56

Female 60-69: Pamela Keyes, 27:04

Female 50-59: Brenna Prickett, 25:09

Female 45-49: Barbi Jo Smith, 23:25

Female 40-44: Jennifer Campbell, 22:55

Female 35-39: Janet McDevitt, 19:24

Female 30-34: Laura Springer, 20:36

Female 25-29: Sabrina MacDuff, 22:02

Female 19-24: Mackenzie Vaughn, 21:13

Female 15-18: Amelia Keyser Gibson, 21:54

Female 14 & Under: Emma Strevell, 24:54

In addition, organizers said the Kids Dash runners were all winners and had a marvelous time sprinting, skipping, hopping and carrying on across the Winslow Green.

For race results visit Learn more, or to donate go to or select Bainbridge Youth Service during One Call For All.

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