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Photo by Tamie Meck Sam Rodriguez was the clear front runner of the Farm to Fiddle 5k on Saturday. A former track and cross country runner at Hotchkiss High School, Rodriguez will run cross country at Colorado College this fall.
Photo by Tamie Meck Cedaredge resident Gerald Harding, 78, was the oldest competitor in the Farm to Fiddle 5k walk/run, held Saturday in Hotchkiss. Harding, who finished the course in 52 minutes and 32 seconds, runs between four and five local 5ks a year.
Photo by Tamie Meck Amanda Collins, of Crawford, won the female division of the Farm to Fiddle 5k on Saturday. Collins volunteers with Girls on the Run. She and husband Lee, who finished third overall, started running about a year and a half ago.

Twenty-two run Farm to Fiddle 5k

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The Farm to Fiddle 5k race featured a number of runners last Saturday in Hotchkiss.

Cedaredge resident Gerald Harding was the race's oldest participant and finished 19th with a time of 52:37.ete. Tobias Vigil was the 12-year-old male winner as the youngest runner to comp

Other male winners, by age group, included Sam Rodriguez (16-19), Lee Collins (30-39), Brian Boden (40-49) and Dave Knutson (50 and older).

Female winners were Sharon Vigil (under 12), Emma Loibassan (13-15), Shoshanna Vigil (16-19), Amanda Collins (20-29), Anna Smith (30-39), Jamie Hamm (40-49) and Becky Ela (50 and older).

The final order of placings in the race were Rodriguez (19:43), Will Ela (24:54), Lee Collins (25:25), Brian Boden (26:41), Dave Knutson (30:47), Amanda Collins (31:55), Sam Cox and Becky Ela (32:47), Ana Smith (34:19), Emma Loibassan (36:41), Shoshana Vigil (36:42), Susan Hamilton (37:05), Jamie Hamm (37:05), Kelly Korth (39:16), Paxton Bell (50:01), Tobias Vigil (50:08), Sharon Vigil and Portia Vigil (50:53), Gerald Harding (52:37), Allison Hannon and Sean Hannon (59:55) and Loni and Amy Bell (62:58).

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