Results from annual Livingston event released
Enterprise Staff
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
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Youngsters run with the moose during the 13th annual Moose Chase Kids Race in Livingston on Sunday. Photo by Jim Hartly

LINKS for Learning hosted the 13th annual Moose Chase Kids Race on Sunday in Livingston.

In the 13 years of this event, more than 2,000 kids have participated with $30,000 raised to support LINKS for Learning. Two thousand three hundred pounds of food have been donated to The Food Resource Center, according to a news release.

This year, a beautiful fall day welcomed 255 runners to Sacajawea Park to chase the moose in a 1K, 2.5K, 5K and 50-yard Diaper Dash, the release said.

Following are the results from the run:

Diaper Dash: Vivian Piñango was the first place girl’s finisher and Mateo Stanislaus was the first place boy’s finisher.

1K: Nathan Atkinson took first place in the 1K race for the boy’s and Adelyne Pfohl finished first for the girls.

2.5K: Caleb Marsh was the boy’s first place finisher in the 2.5K race, while Langely Hamilton and Nicholas Elwell finished second and third, respectively.

Addison Dodge came in first for the girl’s, followed by Addina Gassman in second and Hannah Boyce in third.

5K: Addyson Boyce was the firstplace girls finisher in the 5K division. Followed by Niomi North in second and Nadia Herek in third.

For the boys, Charlie Sarafin came in first place with Augie Stern finishing second. Devon Earl took home third place.

Organizers thanked the event sponsors and volunteers for making the 13th Annual Moose Chase Kids Race a success.