Wolves 10K runs for fifth year
Marlborough/Hudson – After howling toward the moon at the Kelleher Field starting line, about 300 runners ages 13 to 76 turn onto the Assabet River Rail Trail for the fifth annual Running with the Wolves 10K Road Race, presented Aug. 21 by the Highland City Striders. The course continued on the scenic trail to Hudson, then back to its starting point in Marlborough. Finishing in 34:11, Chris Kibler of Townsend placed first overall for the second consecutive year. The first-place female was Pam Houlihan of Holden finishing in 46:18. Proceeds go to three charities: the Hudson Food Pantry, Marlborough Community Cupboard and Shoes for Schools, a program that provides running shoes to local high school students facing financial challenges.
Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.
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