Coco, Garcia first up Big Mountain

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  • Drew Coco was the King of the Mountain in the 37th annual Big Mountain Run Saturday. (Photo courtesy Barrett Gray)

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    Madelaine Jellison earned the title of Princess of the Mountain and was the fastest female runner Saturday in the 37th annual Big Mountain Run. (Photo courtesy Barrett Gray)

  • Drew Coco was the King of the Mountain in the 37th annual Big Mountain Run Saturday. (Photo courtesy Barrett Gray)

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    Madelaine Jellison earned the title of Princess of the Mountain and was the fastest female runner Saturday in the 37th annual Big Mountain Run. (Photo courtesy Barrett Gray)

Drew Coco was the King of the Mountain and Vonda Garcia was the Queen of the Mountain in the 37th annual Big Mountain Run Saturday.

Coco finished the run with a time of 36:15 earning the fastest time for men, and Garcia finished with a time of 49:20.

Prince was Jacob Henson, 15, with a time of 41:12 and Princess was Madelaine Jellison, 14, with a time of 47:26.

The top dog was Rooster with a time of 72:38.

The race begins at the Danny On Trailhead in the Upper Village near the Hellroaring Saloon and participants run or hike 3.8 miles with 2,434 feet in elevation gain to the summit of Big Mountain.

The annual race is a fundraiser for the Glacier Nordic Club.

For Birthday Club winners, men must beat their age and women must beat their age plus 10 minutes. Birthday Club winners included, Franz Ingelfinger, Jim Cabe, Vonda Garcia, Cynthia Ingelfinger, Casey Deitz, Eric Vardell, Bruce Clements, Stacey Bent, Mike Muldown, Julie Engler and Jodee Yachechak.

For complete results, visit www.glaciernordicclub.com.

Top 20 Overall

1. Drew Coco 36:15

2. Ryan Skotnicki 36:30

3. Caleb Ambrose 39:59

4. Jacob Henson 41:12

5. Haven Barnes 43

6. Franz Ingelfinger 44:06

7. Charlie Hoving 4:21

8. Jacob Cabe 46:08

9. Tim Young 46:21

10. Parker barrile 46:46

11. Colton Bon 47:02

12. Madelaine Jellison 47:26

13. Jim Cabe 47:36

14. Joe Forthofer 48:59

15. Vonda Garcia 29:20

16. Liam O’Brien 50:15

17. Rebecca Konieczny 50:24

18. Mike Lanford 50:28

19. Jessica Craig 50:47

20. Nate Ingelfinger 51:19

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