Kentlake High grad wins Cornucopia Days run

Eggerud-Bozorth cruises to victory

Runners hit the course for the Kent Cornucopia Days Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, July 14. COURTESY PHOTO

Runners hit the course for the Kent Cornucopia Days Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, July 14. COURTESY PHOTO

Evan Eggerud-Bozorth, 18, of Seattle, won the 15th annual Kent Cornucopia Days 5K Fun Run on Saturday along the Green River Trail.

Eggerud-Bozorth, a 2017 Kentlake High School graduate, covered the course in 17 minutes, 37.1 seconds. Nicholas Hemakami, 16, of Renton, took second in 17:55.4 followed by August Byzinker, 38, of Kent, in 17:57.7.

Lauren Landis, 29, of Black Diamond, won the women’s division in 19:52.0. Gail Hall, 58, of Bothell placed second in 21:06.9 followed by Lauren McGaffic, 13, of North Miami, in 21:06.9.

A total of 428 participated in the event, including three men in their 80s and one 80-year-old woman.

For complete results, go to http://www.buduracing.com/race-results-inset.php?eid=1760.

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