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4th of July Canoe Race Winners

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CRANFORD - The Cranford Recreation and Parks Department is pleased to announce the winners of the following games and contests:

 

CANOE RACES

10 – 13 Years Old:

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1st Place:  Gabriel & Rachel Westervelt

2nd Place:  Sam & Max Slayton

3rd Place: Murray & Jones

 

14 – 20 Years Old:

1st Place:  Charlotte Van Why & Gracie Powasnik

2nd Place:  Jackie Romero & Abby Giannobile

3rd Place:  Will Hoffman & Brian Kealey

 

21 Years and Older:

1st Place:  Louis Bock & Paul Starkey

2nd Place:  Gavin Murray & Kevin Trotter

3rd Place:  Jack Carroll & Johnny Bush

 

Mother & Child:

1st Place:  Nick & Tracey Macchi

2nd Place:  Eileen & Kelly McAuliffe

3rd Place:  Elizabeth & Mark Lynch

 

Father & Child:

1st Place:  John & Jacob Snover

2nd Place:  Chris & Sam Slayton

3rd Place:  Mike & James Ganley

 

Ma & Pa:

1st Place:  Kristen & Chris Slayton

2nd Place: Elizabeth Lynch & John Snover

3rd Place:  Bob & Eileen McAuliffe

 

Marathon 13 – 17 Yr. Old

1st Place:  Will Hoffman, Brian Kealey & Pat Ganley

2nd Place: Patrick Coates, Justin Marko & Rob Bobko

3rd Place:  n/a

 

Marathon 18 and Over

1st Place:  Louis Bock, Paul Starkey & Paul Buonaguro

2nd Place:  Andy Bausback, Meredith Bausback, Chris Bennett

3rd Place:  Gavin Murray, Kevin Trotter & Ron

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