O'Reilly, Quinlan Win 39th Annual Chatham Jaycees Fishawack Run

Chatham residents turned out for the 1-Mile Fishawack Fun Run Credits: TAP Chatham
Start of the 1-mile fun run at Fishawack Credits: TAP Chatham
Start of the 4-mile Fishawack run Credits: TAP Chatham
Ready for the 1-mile fun run Credits: TAP Chatham
Erica Iizuka was the first female to cross in the 1-mile fun run for the third straight year Credits: TAP Chatham
Justin Mathews, 10, ran 5:43 to win the 1-mile fun run Credits: TAP Chatham
Will Hollingsworth was the public address announcer for the 39th annual Fishawack Run Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris and Fishawack run director Brian Hart Credits: TAP Chatham
Santa Claus, also known as Bob Scaglione of Chatham, ran in the Fishawack 4-mile run Credits: TAP Chatham
Fishawack women's winner Michelle Quinlan with Mayor Bruce Harris Credits: TAP Chatham
Karl O'Reilly receives first-place Fishawack trophy from Mayor Bruce Harris Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham track/cross-country coach Patrick Barry, center, with current and former runners after they participated in Fishawack race Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM,  NJ - Karl O'Reilly of Morristown clocked 21:13.22 and Michelle Quinlan of Morris Plains ran 25:46.24 to win the men's and women's trophies, respectively, at the 39th Fishawack 4-mile run held Saturday.

O'Reilly, 36, won in his first appearance in the race and Quinlan, 33, won her fourth straight Fishawack title.

Sunny Seth, representing the Chatham Club, was second in 22:00.22 and Chatham's Will Mitchell crossed third in 22:18.33. Two Chatham High 16-year-olds Bo Raadam (22:18.93) and Liam Cadden (22:54.79) were fourth and fifth, respectively.

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Following Quinlan in second place was Amie Clancy of Chatham in 26:29.67 and Chatham's Christine Stanley, who was third in 26:32.97. Claudia Stromberg of Chatham was fourth in 27:48.51.

In the one-mile fun run Justin Mathews, 10, crossed first in 5:43 and Jasper Peters, 9, was second in 5:44. Erica Iizuka was the first girl to finish the one-mile run in 5:53. It was the third straight year in which the 13-year-old Iizuka was the first female to finish the 1-mile run.

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