Moore, Fuller Win Indian Rock 10K, Final 2020-21 York Winter Series Race

by Clay Shaw

YORK, PA, March 20, 2021—Adam Moore of Wrightsville won the men’s division of the Indian Rock 10K  in 35:39. Moore had a tough battle with West York high school runner Thomas Urrunaga, who led much of the way.  Urrunaga finished second in 35:54.  Dylan Cunningham, who won both the past two Winter Series races (Springettsbury 10K and Rudy Park 5 Miler) was not there.  HS runners Anthony Roselli (37:23), and Dellas Edmisten III (37:25) earned the third and fourth overall spots.  Bradley Yehl of Maytown placed fifth in 39:00.

Emily (Dubs) Fuller of Carlisle won the women’s division in 39:18 over a solid field.  Erica Pearson of Lititz was second in 40:48.  Sarah Delia of Lancaster was third in 41:30.  Both Pearson and Delia wore the blue and red colors of the F & M Track Club.  Becky Doner of York was fourth in 41:50, the Springettsbury 10K race director wore the purple colors of the Flying Feet Racing Team.  Sarah Cardone of York was fifth in 44:14. 

Indian Rock 10K ended up being the latest York Winter Series race in the 41-year history of the series.  Pandemic crowd protocols imposed over the holidays made January races uncertain, so they were both moved to March.  171 runners finished the 10K with another 66 in the one-mile run.  Jeremiah (JT) Hetrick of Millersville won in 5:25, with Mae Treml taking top women’s honors in 6:27.  Special thanks to the York Road Runners and to series coordinator Heather Roe for coordinating this season’s series in tough and uncertain conditions.  Five races of the normal eight were held. There was also a virtual challenge of 135 miles with some really cool swag.

Top Women

  1. 39:18 Emily Fuller, 32, Carlisle
  2. 40:48 Erica Pearson, 35, Lititz
  3. 41:30 Sarah Delia, 34, Lancaster
  4. 41:50 Becky Doner, 31, York
  5. 44:14 Sarah Cardone, 23, York
  6. 45:33 Megan Dodson, 44, York
  7. 46:07 Leah Navarro, 11, Seven Valleys
  8. 46:14 Tanya Navarro, 51, Seven Valleys
  9. 46:38 Kelly McKinley, 42, York
  10. 47:38 Nicole Register, 17, Jacobus

Top Men

  1. 35:39 Adam Moore, 32, Wrightsville
  2. 35:54 Thomas Urrunaga, 17, York
  3. 37:23 Anthony Roselli, 17, York
  4. 37:25 Dellas Edmisten III, 18, York
  5. 39:00 Bradley Yehl, 28, Maytown
  6. 39:00 Justin Bryant, 18, Stewartstown
  7. 39:35 Kaleb Kabakjian, 15, Conestoga
  8. 39:42 Jeremiah Hetrick, 17, Millersville
  9. 41:07 Patrick Lister, 34, Middletown
  10. 41:22 Brent Zeiders, 47, Etters
Becky Doner of York gets a good Flying Feet start at the Indian Rock 10K. Doner placed 4th among women in 41:50 in the most competitive races of the York Winter Series.
Della Krodel of York, jumps for joy after passing the turn-around cone in the Indian Rock 10K.
Thomas Urrunaga of West York leads F&M’s Adam Moore of Wrightsville, just prior to the second turnaround. Moore would win in 35:39. Urrunaga took second in 35:54. They had nearly a minute and a half over the rest of the field.
Kathleen Meckley #569 of Dillsburg, and Lauren James #530 of York Springs run together in the Indian Rock 10K.
Tanya Navarro #590 of Seven Valleys battles with Kelly McKinley #566 of York and Mark Landis of Dover (yellow jacket). Lurking behind them is 11-year-old Leah Navarro (pink) who would place 7th in 46:07. She passed her mom (8th, 46:14), and Kelly (9th, 46:38), in the final mile.
Sarah Delia of Lancaster was third woman at the Indian Rock 10K in 41:30.
Erica Pearson of Lititz placed second among women at the Indian Rock 10K in 40:48.
Emily (Dubs) Fuller of Carlisle won over a strong women’s field in 39:18. Bradley Yehl of Maytown was fifth among men in 39:00.

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