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Sports Archives The Altamont Enterprise, September 9, 2010
Greenberg wins first Scottish Games 5K
ALTAMONT The first-ever Scottish Games 5K race began and ended with the sound of bagpipes.
On Sunday, 44 runners, some of them wearing kilts, ran a 5K course that started and ended on the Altamont fairgrounds, covering parts of Brandle Road and the Altamont- Voorheesville Road.
Ben Greenberg, 41, of New Scotland, won the race with a time of 16:19. He was followed by Matthew Torniainen, 34, of Fultonville at 19:26, and Jason Peters, 36, of Schenectady at 19:57.
Rebecca Moore, 23, of Rensselaer, was the first female finisher with a time of 23:07. She was followed by Anne Payne, 48, of East Berne, at 24:27, and Jill Hogan, 53, of Schenectady, at 25:16.
Other local runners were
Paul Turner, 61, of Delmar, at 22:42;
Rob West, 34, of Delanson, at 25:57;
Sharon Fellner, 49, of Schenectady, at 26:49;
Michael McLean, 53, of Albany, at 26:50;
Thomas Payne, 52, of East Berne, at 27:30;
Joseph Doris, 32, of Albany, at 27:47;
Karen Gerety, 54, of Albany, at 29:16;
Susan Klim, 55, of Altamont, at 29:30;
Phil Carducci, 61, of Altamont, at 30:30;
Heather DiOrio, 30, of Schenectady, at 30:56;
Max DiOrio, 29, of Schenectady, at 30:56;
Chad Smith, 35, of Schenectady, at 31:02;
Shea Murphy, 12, of Altamont, at 34:00;
Kim Buckley, 41, of Altamont, at 35:03; and
Karen Murphy, 39, of Altamont, at 35:39.