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Kylie Hatt, right, chases down a pass from Aubrey Ashmun, 10.

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School varsity girls field hockey team qualified for the state tournament with a 4-0 win over Ursuline Academy Monday before a hometown crowd on Seniors Day.

Four minutes into the game, Gabby Hoxie put the Vineyarders ahead on assists from Hannah Kim and Aubrey Ashmun. The girls extended the lead with just until 12 minutes left in the first half when Shannon O’Connor put a Belle Dinning pass into the back of the net.

Lacey Dinning dribbles past an Ursuline defender.
Lacey Dinning dribbles past an Ursuline defender.

The girls came out swinging after halftime, intent on securing their place in the state tournament. Five minutes into the second half, Olivia Lindgren-Green extended the lead to 3-0. Minutes later, defender Jess Sonia cleared a Ursuline shot off the line, keeping the lead at three.

A “Lets Go Seniors” chant rang out, as the bench and parents spurring the girls to play hard until the final whistle. With three minutes left in the game, Aubrey Ashmun passed to Hannah Kim, who knocked the ball past the Ursuline goalie to make it 4-0 and secure the win.

The big win generated plenty of cheers from the sidelines.
The big win generated plenty of cheers from the sidelines.

When the final whistle blew, the girls ran onto the field to celebrate as parents screamed their approval. An excellent Martha’s Vineyard team was rewarded with a tournament berth. The next game is Wednesday against Bishop Stang at home.

Photo by Susan Safford

Chilmark selectmen met Tuesday night and approved a request for $20,000 from the Squibnocket committee, $15,000 of which will be used to pay for an environmental study intended to help bridge the two entrenched and opposed positions on how best to restore Squibnocket Beach and provide access to the Squibnocket Farms subdivision.

Selectman Warren Doty reacted with sticker shock to the $15,000, saying it was “significantly higher” than he had anticipated.

“It’s an item that we cannot not approve,” said chairman Bill Rossi, touching off a heated discussion. The suggestion of a one article special town meeting prompted a laugh from Mr. Doty and a scolding from Squibnocket committee member Jane Slater.

“I just have to declare that the committee is taking this very seriously and we are working very hard,” she said. “We’re listening to a lot of people, we’re talking to people who are explaining things to us that we’ve never heard of before, we’re trying to understand, and we’re coming back to you with recommendations. I mean, I can’t believe you three guys can sit there and laugh at us over $15,000 when we have gone out on a limb asking these people if they would consider giving us a scientific opinion.”

Chairman Rossi said, “We’re not laughing at you, we’re trying to figure out how to pay for it.” Selectman Jonathan Mayhew agreed.

Mr. Doty explained himself. “My cynicism is not about the committee, it’s that we have two entrenched camps and I don’t see how we can find a compromise between these two camps, but perhaps there is a way,” he said. Immediately, Mr. Doty made a motion to approve the $20,000 request for the Squibnocket expenses as outlined and the motion was approved.

A second emotional, tense, and long discussion ensued between the selectmen and members of the human resources board over wage scales, in particular, how Chilmark salaries compare to other Island towns.

During the nearly hour-long discussion, police chief Brian Cioffi told selectmen that 15 years ago Chilmark police were on the higher end of the wage scale but are now on the lower end. “I know right now that a first-year patrolman out of the police academy makes $81,000 in Edgartown,” he said. “We’re not making $81,000.”

Chief Cioffi said that comparative pay helps with retention. “I for one was here when we did the last (independent wage study) 15 years ago and I haven’t seen one since,” he said.

Chairman Rossi flatly retorted that in essence this was about public workers attempting to get a raise through manipulation of the pay scales.

The Human Resources Board agreed to focus on examining non-seasonal benefited employees who work more than 20 hours a week and compare wages and duties and defer the big question of whether to engage an outside consultant. The board will meet again on October 16.

A hole is prepared for one of several new utility poles that will be placed on the other side of beach Road.

NSTAR began work Tuesday on a long-anticipated project to remove four utility poles on Beach Street, between Water Street and Main Street in Vineyard Haven. The poles protrude into the roadway and have been a longstanding safety hazard, amputating passenger side mirrors of many vehicles.

In preparation for removing the four poles, a crew began work to install three new poles on the opposite side of the road, town administrator Jay Grande told The Times in a phone call yesterday. No road work will be done over the weekend or on the Monday holiday.

More extensive work to remove the old poles and place the overhead cross wires underground will start after the Columbus Day holiday weekend, Mr. Grande said. Although he has not received a formal schedule yet, Mr. Grande said he anticipates the project may take anywhere from three to six months.

The Tisbury Police Department will post traffic advisories on its website atwww.tisburypolice.org and on Twitter, Lt. Eerik Meisner said.

We’ll keep people as informed as we can based on information we receive from the various companies requesting the police details, and as always we’ll try to keep traffic moving to the best of our ability,” he added.

The project is a collaboration between the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and NSTAR. It also required coordination with Comcast and Verizon.

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The island of Chappaquiddick on the eastern end of Martha's Vineyard, is without cable service.

Dennis Goldin, a Chappaquiddick resident who is among several community leaders that have worked to bring cable television to Chappaquiddick, told Edgartown selectmen Monday that he expects to fall short of the threshold of 270 household signups Comcast requires before it will extend its cable infrastructure across the harbor channel to the small island community. Mr. Goldin asked selectmen to push for a revised contract with Comcast, to lower that threshold.

“In a little less than two months the December deadline is going to expire,” Mr. Goldin told selectmen. “It’s our best estimate at this point, we’ll have 200 homeowners that will have signed up.” He said the estimate comes from a poll of Chappaquiddick homeowners.

On July 16, shortly before one of two summer Chappaquiddick Island Association (CIA) meetings there were 92 deposits being held in escrow from homeowners who committed to cable service, according to residents involved in the negotiations.

Under a deal that took more than two years to negotiate, Comcast agreed to extend its cable infrastructure to Chappaquiddick if 270 households paid an advance construction deposit of $2,139 each. The original July 21 deadline for the deposits was extended by agreement between the town of Edgartown and Comcast.

Dr. Paul O’Donnell made a plea for the service Monday night. He told selectmen he was recruited to move to the Island to provide medical services to cancer patients at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. He said he needs cable service, including high-speed Internet access, to treat Island patients.

“My wife and I bought a house on Chappy and moved here in March,” Dr. O’Donnell said. “In order to provide the services I need to do, I need to have access to MGH (Massachusetts General Hospital) electronic medical records, and have ready access all the time. With the provider I have now, the service is so unreliable, half the time I cannot connect to the medical records.”

Chairman Art Smadbeck pledged to continue to work with Comcast.

“We’re so close,” Mr. Smadbeck said. “We’re not going to rest until we can close the gap. Some of the points you make, we’ll be able to use.”

In other business, selectmen voted to accept the quarterly report of animal control officer Barbara Prada, who said her department answered 415 calls for service from April through September.

“It was a quiet summer, which is fine with me,” Ms. Prada said. Selectmen Michael Donaroma noted that Ms. Prada’s detailed report included as many calls for seals, as snakes this summer.

“There are a lot of animals that people don’t realize are out there,” she said. “I’ve also had a couple calls about peacocks.”

Ms. Prada told the selectmen that she will take a medical leave in February, which she said is the slowest time of year for her department.

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The Dukes County courthouse in Edgartown.

A Dukes County Superior Court grand jury Monday indicted Carlos G. Stevenson, owner of Mosher Photo in Vineyard Haven, on a charge of aggravated rape of a child with force, and five charges of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14.

Police arrested Mr. Stevenson, 48, of Tisbury, on June 11. According to the indictments, all of the incidents took place between 2000 and 2003, in Tisbury and West Tisbury.

At the time of his arraignment in Edgartown District Court, Cape and Islands assistant district attorney Laura Marshard told the court the charges stem from a period of stalking and molesting a child, over several years, that began when the child was 10 years old. At that hearing, Mr. Stevenson denied all of the charges.

Following his June 11 arrest, prosecutors filed an additional charge of indecent assault on a child, involving the same victim but for incidents in West Tisbury. Mr. Stevenson has been free on $9,000 bail.

Also indicted Monday was Matthew P. Tucci, who lists his address as Boylston, but who has been living for long periods of time on Martha’s Vineyard, according to police.

The grand jury charged him with two counts of possession with intent to distribute heroin, as a second and subsequent offense. He was also indicted on two charges of failing to register as a sex offender. Mr. Tucci was convicted of rape in 2000. At the time, he was 19, and living in Edgartown.

Mr. Tucci has a long record of drug convictions in several Massachusetts courts.

In January of 2013, with two heroin dealing charges pending in other courts, Oak Bluffs police arrested Mr. Tucci in a coordinated operation with the Martha’s Vineyard Drug Task force. He was convicted of dealing heroin in Edgartown District Court, and sentenced to 18 months in the Dukes County House of Correction.

On March 6 of this year, he completed his latest sentence and was released. Thirteen days later, he was arrested again, on charges of dealing heroin. He was released after that arrest on $2,000 bail, but at his arraignment two days later, the court revoked bail, and ordered him held on violation of his probation. At a subsequent hearing, he was again released on bail.

On July 15, Mr. Tucci went back to jail. After a struggle with police on Sea View Avenue extension, he swallowed what police believe were packets of drugs. They later went to a home where he was staying, and seized a backpack they believe belongs to Mr. Tucci. Inside they found 11 individually wrapped packages of heroin.

Mr. Tucci has remained at the Dukes County Jail, held on parole violations, since his July 15 arrest.

Both men were originally arraigned on the same charges in Edgartown District Court. An indictment moves the case to Superior Court, where the law allows longer sentences, including state prison sentences.

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that Mr. Stevenson was indicted on charges in connection with a second victim. The additional charges stemmed from an incident with the same victim but in a different town.

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With Nomans Land in the background, Jamie Smadbeck of Edgartown runs up the final stretch on his way to a first place finish in the Gay Head 10K. — Photo by Michael Cummo

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A total of 146 runners took off running at the start of the Gay Head 10K race Sunday morning. — Photo by Michael Cummo

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Otto Osmers of West Tisbury, 14, finished 16th, only 5 minutes after the winner. — Photo by Michael Cummo

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Duke Hutchinson, from Watertown, sprints to the finish line. —Photo by Michael Cummo

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146 runners participated in the Gay Head 10K race Sunday morning. —Photo by Michael Cummo

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Aquinnah resident Michael Selliti, center, passed Matthew Sandler on the final stretch of the race. — Photo by Michael Cummo

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Merchandise was also available to raise money for the lighthouse relocation. —Photo by Michael Cummo

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27 year old Jamie Smadbeck crosses the finish line first, winning the Gay Head 10K. —Photo by Michael Cummo

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Lisa Belcastro, of Vineyard Haven, powers through the finish line. —Photo by Michael Cummo

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Nichole Roczniak was among the first women to finish. —Photo by Michael Cummo

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Reaan Steenkamp, left, runs towards the lighthouse with Paul Vertefeuille right on his tail. They finished second and third, respectively. —Photo by Michael Cummo


Against a dramatic natural backdrop that included the Atlantic Ocean and the multi-hued Gay Head cliffs set against a clear blue sky, 146 runners took of from the starting line at 10 am in the second annual Gay Head 10K race Sunday.

James Smadbeck, 27, of Edgartown, finished first with a time of 40:18.00, followed closely behind by Vineyard Haven residents Reaan Steenkamp and Paul Vertefeuille, who finished second and third, respectively.

Mr. Steenkamp’s strong showing followed his recent victory in the Vineyard Haven Public Library 5K and third place performance in the Edgartown Library 5K.

The 6.2 mile course began and ended at the lighthouse, winding down State Road and looping back along Moshup Trail.

The race was a fundraiser in support of the effort to move the Gay Head Lighthouse away from the eroding cliffs. Once the imminent relocation is complete, the 10K will remain an annual event to raise money for maintenance costs.

Lianne Swanson of Somerville was the first woman to finish the course. She finished fifth overall with a time of 42:08.00. Otto Osmers, 14, of West Tisbury, finished first among young people with a time of 45:18.00, good for 16th overall.

Top 10 Results: 1. James Smadbeck, Edgartown, 40:18.00; 2. Reaan Steenkamp, Vineyard Haven, 41:38.00; 3. Paul Vertefeuille, Vineyard Haven, 41:45.00; 4. Brian Flatley, South Boston, 42:04.00; 5. Lianne Swanson, Somerville, 42:08.00; 6. Nichole Roczniak, East Haddam, Conn., 43:30.00; 7. Emma Mushnick, West Tisbury, 43:52.00; 8. Hunter Cottrell, Oak Bluffs, 44:10.00; 9. Chris Cajolet, Vineyard Haven, 44:21.00; 10, Mary Clabby, Marietta, Ga., 44:37.00.

For complete race, results go to coolrunning.com.

 
Mixed 10000 Meter Run
      Comp#  Name                            Team                             Time Points
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    1   184  Smadbeck, James            M27  Edgartown, MA                40:18.00       
    2   109  Steenkamp, Reaan           M47  Vineyard Haven, MA           41:38.00       
    3   169  Vertefeuille, Paul         M50  Vineyard Haven, MA           41:45.00       
    4    52  Flatley, Brian             M28  South Boston, MA             42:04.00       
    5   138  Swanson, Lianne            W24  Somerville, MA               42:08.00       
    6    56  Roczniak, Nichole          W23  East Haddam, CT              43:30.00       
    7   121  Mushnick, Emma             W26  West Tisbury, MA             43:52.00       
    8   168  Cottrell, Hunter           M22  Oak Bluffs, MA               44:10.00       
    9   147  Cajolet, Chris             M49  Vineyard Haven, MA           44:21.00       
   10   131  Clabby, Mary               W46  Marietta, GA                 44:37.00       
   11   141  Graves, Joel               M34  Edgartown, MA                44:53.00       
   12   185  Nasser-Ghodsi, Navine      W27  Worcester, MA                44:56.00       
   13   171  Trapotsis, Art             M40  Arlington, MA                45:07.00       
   14    24  Phoenix, Kevin             M42  Danvers, MA                  45:10.00       
   15   180  Beck, Aaron                M34  West Tisbury, MA             45:14.00       
   16   166  Osmers, Otto               M14  West Tisbury, MA             45:18.00       
   17    90  Mullen, Michael            M55  Natick, MA                   45:40.00       
   18   101  Cleland, Todd              M45  Oak Bluffs, MA               45:42.00       
   19   153  Robertson, Michael         M32  Andover, MA                  46:08.00       
   20    30  Durante, Karen             W63  Newbury, MA                  46:31.00       
   21   161  Gaines, Dana               M57  Edgartown, MA                46:36.00       
   22    44  Perrone, Roberto           M43  Tarrytown, NY                46:46.00       
   23   128  Rodegast, Peter            M58  West Tisbury, MA             46:58.00       
   24   146  Suryckova, Eliska          W44  Vineyard Haven, MA           48:01.00       
   25    71  Bradley, Cassie            W28  Edgartown, MA                48:19.00       
   26   119  Hutchinson, Duke           M67  Watertown, MA                48:31.00       
   27   105  Selliti, Michael           M23  Aquinnah, MA                 48:50.00       
   28   114  Clement, Isabelle          W46  Vineyard Haven, MA           48:51.00       
   29    23  Sandler, Matthew           M39  Franklin, MA                 49:01.00       
   30    63  Ramsey, Benjamin           M33  Chilmark, MA                 49:15.00       
   31    27  Baxter, Paula              W51  Waquit, MA                   49:21.00       
   32   167  Dorr, Alexander            M22  Vineyard Haven, MA           50:00.00       
   33   117  Hackett, Lai Sahn          W23  Arlington, MA                50:21.00       
   34   176  Taylor, Alexandra          W39  Aquinnah, MA                 50:23.00       
   35   178  Taylor, Isaac              M36  Aquinnah, MA                 50:24.00       
   36   175  Ricciardi, Walter          M60  Aquinnah, MA                 50:30.00       
   37   107  Gil Nievas, Rafael         M42  Weston, MA                   50:49.00       
   38   115  Thornton, Edward           M45  West Barnstable, MA          50:55.00       
   39    66  Doolan, Elizabeth          W32  South Grafton, MA            51:06.00       
   40   118  Roddy, Jessica             W53  Chilmark, MA                 51:07.00       
   41    58  Ballek, Diane              W52  East Haddam, MA              51:08.00       
   42   181  Schmidt, Julie             W41  Chilmark, MA                 51:09.00       
   43    98  Peach, Molly               W25  Edgartown, MA                51:26.00       
   44    42  Greblick, David            M49  Newton, MA                   51:27.00       
   45   113  Shanor, Rachel             W57  Milton, MA                   51:28.00       
   46   124  Hatt, Peter                M48  Edgartown, MA                51:31.00       
   47   108  Bogen, Joy                 W40  Hingham, MA                  52:10.00       
   48    43  Hughes, Lisa               W46  Wellesley, MA                52:22.05       
   49   173  Zamarro, Jill              W41  Oak Bluffs, MA               52:22.15       
   50   130  Klumick, Jack              M67  Edgartown, MA                52:23.00       
   51   125  Wiley, Cristina            W23  West Tisbury, MA             52:24.00       
   52   127  Saltmarsh, Joshua          M25  Mercer, ME                   52:25.00       
   53    91  Greene, Alice              W19  West Tisbury, MA             52:32.00       
   54   151  Burke, Karen               W45  Vineyard Haven, MA           52:34.00       
   55   160  Riemer, Emma               W15  Vineyard Haven, MA           52:44.00       
   56    16  Pinnetti, Mike             M40  Mashpee, MA                  53:14.00       
   57    25  Connolly, Whitney          W30  Salem, MA                    53:23.00       
   58   152  Belcastro, Lisa            W50  Vineyard Haven, MA           53:55.00       
   59   135  Colotin, Cristian          M24  Edgartown, MA                53:56.00       
   60   126  Perret, Kelsey             W25  Oak Bluffs, MA               53:57.00       
   61   144  Brown, Bill                M61  Vineyard Haven, MA           53:58.00       
   62   156  Branch, James              M64  West Tisbury, MA             53:59.00       
   63    10  Briggs, Sarah              W32  West Roxbury, MA             54:00.00       
   64    97  Lawson, Savannah           W22  Vineyard Haven, MA           54:11.00       
   65   170  Levett, Emily              W41  Vineyard Haven, MA           54:13.00       
   66   110  Cherry, Catherine          W13  Edgartown, MA                54:18.00       
   67    80  Wall, Tessa                W24  West Tisbury, MA             54:40.00       
   68    31  Fleischer, Christopher     M32  Woburn, MA                   54:45.00       
   69   116  Tolland, Jennifer          W21  Walpole, MA                  54:53.00       
   70   102  McCarthy, Daniel           M26  Framingham, MA               55:01.00       
   71    93  Hart, Samuel               M36  Chilmark, MA                 55:04.00       
   72   163  Sullivan, Jacqueline       W22  North Andover, MA            55:20.00       
   73   177  Nolan, Diane               W49  West Tisbury, MA             55:21.00       
   74    81  Riemer, Robert             M42  Vineyard Haven, MA           55:28.00       
   75    21  Koch, Katherine            W34  Summit, NJ                   55:43.00       
   76    84  Shupenis, Erin             W33  South Yarmouth, MA           56:03.00       
   77    50  Nasser, Francis            M61  Del Ray Beach, FL            56:18.00       
   78   158  Courtemanche, Lisa         W43  Unionville, CT               56:34.00       
   79    17  Rose, David                M57  Lakeville, MA                56:38.00       
   80    67  Nordengren, Bill           M58  Hollis, NH                   56:56.00       
   81    39  Street, Jenifer            W49  Auburndale, MA               56:59.00       
   82    28  Pasakarnis, Beth           W53  Mashpee, MA                  57:03.00       
   83   162  Jackson, Nicole            W27  Vineyard Haven, MA           57:07.00       
   84    22  Kugler, Phyllis            W68  West Tisbury, MA             57:21.00       
   85    19  Bernier, Jeffrey           M55  Lakeville, MA                58:02.00       
   86   155  Parker, Matthew            M27  Vineyard Haven, MA           58:03.00       
   87    54  Booker, Belinda            W43  Aquinnah, MA                 58:04.00       
   88    96  MACMILLAN, Annette         W70  Haddonfield, NJ              58:05.00       
   89   148  Kosciak, Ted               M59  Ayer, MA                     58:06.00       
   90    87  Ellis, Jason               M42  South Yarmouth, MA           58:17.00       
   91    74  Garrity, Paul              M53  Londonberry, NH              58:22.00       
   92   123  Littleton, Clem            M57  Plymouth, MA                 58:23.00       
   93   136  Beynnon, Katie             W25  Jericho, VT                  58:23.50       
   94    57  Roczniak, Donna            W54  East Haddam, MA              59:03.00       
   95    32  Bond, Abigale              W34  Woburn, MA                   59:25.00       
   96   145  Theriault, Lindsey         W23  Burlington, MA               59:26.00       
   97   183  Palmer, Andy               M66  Chilmark, MA                 59:50.00       
   98   120  Giordano, Jackie           W38  Oak Bluffs, MA               59:55.00       
   99    77  Seman, Patricia            W50  West Tisbury, MA             59:57.00       
  100   112  Coombs, Katherine          W21  Milton, MA                 1:00:00.00       
  101    69  Welch, Sophia              W24  Aquinnah, MA               1:00:15.00       
  102   132  Sturdivant, Emily          W23  Oak Bluffs, MA             1:00:25.00       
  103   106  Bettencourt, Marcy         W42  Edgartown, MA              1:00:27.00       
  104    20  Folchman, Ruth             W58  northhampton, MA           1:00:27.50       
  105    35  Gerosa-Beal, Brenda        W63  Hingham, MA                1:00:30.00       
  106    79  Rose, Jennifer             W44  Edgartown, MA              1:00:33.00       
  107   142  Cotton, Paul               M69  Aquinnah, MA               1:01:05.00       
  108   103  Martinez, Talia            W23  Framingham, MA             1:01:17.00       
  109    76  Carol, Hallie              W22  Edgartown, MA              1:01:25.00       
  110   134  Kirk, Lucinda              W43  Vineyard Haven, MA         1:01:40.00       
  111   165  Giordano, Olivia           W29  Oak Bluffs, MA             1:02:22.00       
  112   137  Leport, Nancy              W53  Aquinnah, MA               1:02:34.00       
  113   157  McCarthy, Donna            W47  West Roxbury, MA           1:02:56.00       
  114   104  Rimas, Elizabeth           W44  Roslindale, MA             1:03:28.00       
  115    41  Smith-Munnelly, Aimee      W44  Roslindale, MA             1:03:38.00       
  116   182  Pakmer, Onnie              W66  Chilmark, MA               1:03:39.00       
  117    73  Garrity, Nicole            W23  Hull, MA                   1:03:40.00       
  118   111  Kirk, Kimberly             W47  Edgartown, MA              1:03:55.00       
  119    85  Zechner, Jenna             W22  Chilmark, MA               1:04:27.00       
  120     9  Manter, Skipper            M57  West tisbury, MA           1:04:30.00       
  121    62  Diener, Jay                M66  Hampton, NH                1:05:00.00       
  122   122  Gormley, Michelle          W44  West Roxbury, MA           1:05:19.00       
  123   100  Bruno, Christopher         M34  West Tisbury, MA           1:05:28.00       
  124    65  Montgomery, Mark           M34  Chilmark, MA               1:05:29.00       
  125    99  Borck, Caitlin             W29  West Tisbury, MA           1:06:00.00       
  126   129  McKeon, Noelle             W33  Bedford, NH                1:06:09.00       
  127     5  Creighton, Charles         M47  Vineyard Haven, MA         1:06:18.00       
  128   164  Grisales, Martha           W53  Larchmont, NY              1:06:32.00       
  129     8  Mason, Erica               W40  Lincoln, MA                1:06:52.00       
  130   154  Robertson, Rebecca         W33  Andover, MA                1:06:57.00       
  131   140  Romero Donado, Michelle    W23  Boca Raton, FL             1:07:05.00       
  132   133  Welch, Berta               W54  Aquinnah, MA               1:07:53.00       
  133    53  Poduska, Lily              W27  Boston, MA                 1:08:38.00       
  134   172  Cohen, Joshua              M65  Potomac, MD                1:08:53.00       
  135    92  O'Sullivan, Kathy          W64  Edgartown, MA              1:10:55.00       
  136   159  Albertin, Thomas           M63  Acton, MA                  1:12:40.00       
  137    72  Mullen, Sydney             W36  Edgartown, MA              1:13:25.00       
  138    36  Carr, Diane                W57  Edgartown, MA              1:13:27.00       
  139   174  Poduska, Susan             W61  Aquinnah, MA               1:13:41.00       
  140    55  Poduska, John              M76  Weston, MA                 1:13:44.00       
  141    59  Booker, Spencer            M43  Aquinnah, MA               1:15:14.00       
  142   143  Harris, Meredith           W68  Mashpee, MA                1:16:15.00       
  143    45  Sanchez-Perrone, Andrea    W51  Tarrytown, NY              1:16:45.00       
  144    89  Mahedy, Claudia            W50  New York, NY               1:17:15.00       
  145   139  Mahedy, Carolina           W16  New York, NY               1:17:20.00       
  146    78  Coutinho, Linda            W52  Chilmark, MA               1:17:21.00