Joslyn and Coffey Win a Run for the Arts

By Clay Shaw

HARRISBURG, PA, April 2, 2022, Capitol 10 Miler—Fred Joslyn of Boiling Springs won the Capital 10 Miler in 54:54. Tyler Lundquist of Palmyra was second in 55:27.  Michael Hiestand of Elizabethtown was third in 58:43.  Jesse Smith of Enola was the top master in 1:03:33 and was ninth overall.

Kalyn Coffey of Mifflinburg had a nine-minute victory with a 1:00:43, an event record.  Kelly Leighton of Camp Hill was second in 1:09:51.  Kelly Rose of Dover was third in a personal best of 1:09:59.  Lauren Vowler of New Cumberland was top master and seventh overall in 1:13:46.

262 participants completed the Susquehanna River dominant course, on an ideal April morning for running.

Top Women

  1. 1:00:43 Kalyn Coffey, 29, Mifflinburg
  2. 1:09:51 Kelly Leighton, 36, Camp Hill
  3. 1:09:59 Kelly Rose, 33, Dover
  4. 1:10:51 Amanda Kane, 35, Palmyra
  5. 1:12:13 Carolyn Hennessey, 29,
  6. 1:13:29 Ashley Schappe, 26,
  7. 1:13:46 Lauren Vowler, 40, New Cumberland
  8. 1:14:39 Sara Parker, 38,
  9. 1:17:49 Arynne Moody, 36, Etters
  10. 1:18:05 Emily Nelson, 25, Mechanicsburg

Top Men

  1. 54:44 C Fred Joslyn, 38, Boiling Springs
  2. 55:27 Tyler Lundquist, 30, Palmyra
  3. 58:43 Michael Hiestand, 28, Harrisburg
  4. 59:43 Bob Yonick, 38, Camp Hill
  5. 1:02:14 David Levy, 26, Camp Hill
  6. 1:02:31 Jonathan Ferreras, 32, Harrisburg
  7. 1:02:47 Travis Soprano, 33, Mt Holly Springs
  8. 1:03:27 Austin Gee, 36, Harrisburg
  9. 1:03:33 Jesse Smith, 47, Enola
  10. 1:03:44 Brent Zeiders, 48, Etters
Kalyn Coffey of Mifflinburg was all business as she won by over nine minutes, in 1:00:43.
Fred Joslyn of Boiling Springs on his way to victory in 54:44. For baseball fans, FNB Field home of the Harrisburg Senators is on City Island in the background.
Bekah Randall, and Deb Schneider enjoy the 10 miles along the Susquehanna River.
A large group of runners of the 262 total finishers of the Capitol 10 Miler. Like that Jamaica soccer jersey.
Amanda Kane #129, and Kelly Leighton #141 run together along the Susquehanna. Kane was fourth and Leighton was second.
Kelly Rose of Dover, PA earned a podium spot and a personal best. Kelly was third overall in 1:09:59.
Jonathan Ferraras #70, Austin Gee #720, and Jesse Smith #237 run together on the lower level of the Greenbelt. All three men scored in top ten overall.
Kalyn Coffey #41 of Mifflinburg runs comfortably with a big lead along the Susquehanna. Kevin Cole #44, David Levy #718, and Travis Soprano #241 give her an escort for now. Coffey placed first among women by nine minutes, and only four men finished faster.


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