2013 Boston Marathon: Central San Joaquin Valley finishers

Former star Buchanan High runner Fernando Cabada, shown in this Eugene (Ore.) Register-Guard file photo from 2006, finished 16th in the 2013 Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15.

Central San Joaquin Valley finishers from Monday’s Boston Marathon, including overall place and official time:

Fernando Cabada, Boulder, Colo., 16, 2:18:23.
Jesus Campos, Fresno, 37, 2:24:05.
Maria Rivera, Visalia, 558, 2:46:39.
Rudy Montoya, Fresno, 1,712, 2:58:03.
Steven Monke, Clovis, 1,753, 2:58:15.
Matt Stovall, Visalia, 2,013, 2:59:35.
Caleb Carter, Fresno, 2,821, 3:04:54.
Emili Smith, Fresno, 3,169, 3:06:57.
Brian Piper, Lemoore, 3,415, 3:08:18.
Scott Newton, Kingsburg, 5,287, 3:17:39.
Mark Dorman, Clovis, 5,483, 3:18:30.
Steve Card, Clovis, 5,848, 3:20:00.
Shelley Bryant, Clovis, 6,372, 3:22:12.
Armando Figueroa, Visalia, 7,466, 3:26:26.
Mark Reader, Porterville, 7,839, 3:27:52.
Yvonne Jessup, Hanford, 8,003, 3:28:26.
Al Morales, Visalia, 8,584, 3:30:27.
Maureen Sheehan, Fresno, 9,100, 3:32:25.
Jason Wara, Madera, 9,409, 3:33:32.
Katie Botterill, Fresno, 9,464, 3:33:46.
Albert Chaves, Visalia, 9,757, 3:34:42.
Jacqueline Gaebe, Visalia, 9,874, 3:35:09.
Tracy Coke, Fresno, 10,109, 3:36:02.
Adriana Chaves, Visalia, 10,652, 3:38:01.
Salvador Rodriguez III, Fresno, 12,049, 3:42:50.
David Humerickhouse, Visalia, 12,267, 3:43:44.
Amy Brogan, Clovis, 13,932, 3:50:28.
Phil Stovall, Kingsburg, 15,126, 3:55:33.
Amanda Whitten, Fresno, 15,814, 3:58:42.
Joanna Vitale, Fresno, 16,132, 4:00:23.
John Volkman, Fresno, 16,526, 4:03:04.
Stacy Anderson, Visalia, 16,828, 4:05:38.
Susanne Spano, Fresno, 16,885, 4:06:17.
Irene Price, Kingsburg, 16,902, 4:06:27.

At least two Valley runners, Brad Castillo of Fresno and Sally Lovejoy of Fresno, weren’t able to cross the finish line and receive a time because of the explosions.

 

Love to Boston walk/run

Sierra Challenge Express is organizing a 2.62-mile run/walk at 7:30 a.m. Sunday in north Fresno in support of those affected by the Boston tragedy.

The run/walk will start at Sierra Running Co.mpany at 9447 N. Fort Washington, Suite 106.

It’s not a timed event and it’s free to participate, although organizers are collecting donations for the American Red Cross and suggesting donations of $5. Participants are also encouraged to wear Boston attire (marathon-related or Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins, etc.).

Details: sierrarunco.com or (559) 433-6750.