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Local results from Boston Marathon

Boston Marathon

Local runners who participated in Monday’s race

Overall Name Town Time

234 Mish, Brad Hadley 02:38:23

574 Weissinger, Mathew Northampton 2:46:56

1498 Isaacson, Mitchell Amherst 2:56:48

1521 Judge, Aaron South Hadley 2:56:56

1941 Hopley, Nick Amherst 2:59:12

2356 Romain, Sarah Easthampton 3:01:38

3823 Geffert, Bryn Amherst 3:10:28

5119 Berrouard, Martha Granby 3:16:57

5300 Guerin, Allison Haydenville 3:17:41

6723 Rusiecki, Amy South Deerfield 3:23:41

6858 Mish, Jeffrey Hadley 3:24:06

9776 Finke, Bruce Northampton 3:34:48

10159 Flaherty, Jennifer Easthampton 3:36:14

10310 Utakis, Donna Amherst 3:36:49

10891 Romito, William Leeds 3:38:47

11363 Massa-Musiak, Elena Easthampton 3:40:18

11426 Cook, Nancy Belchertown 3:40:31

11812 Martula, David Hadley 3:41:56

11834 Briery, Melissa Hadley 3:42:01

12596 Webber, Richard Southampton 3:44:59

13611 Colacino, Rachael Northampton 3:49:02

14216 Irwin, David Deerfield 3:51:38

14795 Kliegl, Tim Amherst 3:54:04

14858 Abert, Cheryl Belchertown 3:54:22

15517 O’Donald, A J South Hadley 3:57:21

Runners who reached the 25.7-mile point before being stopped by race organizers

Name Town 40K Time

Bartlett-O’Donald, Alison South Hadley 4:25.15

Bissell, Robert Northampton 4:30:01

Charles, Leslie Chesterfield 4:00:25

Childs, Michael Amherst 4:56:08

Church, Robert Easthampton 3:56.00

Henthorn, Sydney Northampton 4:00:32

Kent, Michael Granby 4:10:36

Larareo, John Florence 4:40:06

Loiselle, David Easthampton 4:17:59

Markiewicz, Alexandra Easthampton 4:20:01

Murphy, Mike Florence 4:17:30

Musiak, Matthew Easthampton 1:53:56 (25K)

Van Dyke, Ann Amherst 4:12:11

Wilby, Lisa Easthampton 4:54.27

Runner who did not start

George, Karin Florence

Keyes, Amanda Northampton

Netta, Mike Granby

Remick, Scott Northampton

Van Epps, Wendy Northampton

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Jason Ayr of Westfield region’s first finisher before routine of Marathon interrupted by bomb blasts

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

BOSTON — Before 2:50 p.m. Monday, several Hampshire County runners were having a generally happy spring day at the 117th running of the annual Boston Marathon. The ups and downs were familiar stories: weather not too bad, crowds great, personal accomplishment welcome. The two explosions that hit the finish area shortly after 2:50, killing at least three people and injuring …

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