Foley wins half marathon at Smelter City Scamper

ANACONDA — Butte’s Don Foley ran to victory at the inaugural Smelter City Scamper Saturday.

Foley, 49, won the 13.1-mile race in 1 hour, 26 minutes, 45.77 seconds. Havre’s Brody Henry, 16, placed second in 1:32:10. Butte High cross country coach Guy Wadas, 43, finished third in 1:33:01. (Complete results)

Foley, an assistant coach on the Bulldog cross country team, is the lone Butte runner to win any of the races in the event that saw 218 runners cross the finish line.

Natalie Como, 32, of Park City, Utah won the women’s half marathon in 1:27.25. Christina Boughton, 29, of Ladys Island, South Carolina, took second in 1:3648.

Butte’s Kate McGree 40, placed third in 1:47:00, and Butte’s Ashley Choquette finished fourth in 1:49:00.

Anaconda’s Noramae Dalimata, 37, won the women’s 10-kilometer race with a time of 31:54. Chloe Nelson, 30, of Anaconda took second in 45:19. Emily Rutledge, 23, of Butte finished third in 50:29.

Butte’s Jonna Laslovich, 35, placed fourth in 52:00.07, just ahead of Butte’s Jessie Janecke, who finished in 52:00.48.

Kyle Scofield, 26, of the Smelter City, won the men’s 10K in 39:00. Noah McHenry, 14, of Kuna, Idaho, took second in 47:11, finishing 16 seconds ahead of Anacondas Dave Griffis, 50.

In the 5K, Billings runner Tricia Strecker, 37, won the women’s race in 25:21. Shaelee Novak, a 13-year-old Anaconda runner, took second in 25:50. Becky Metcalf, 47, of Anaconda took third in 25:51, and Butte’s Ida Real, 19, placed fourth in 26:05.

Anaconda’s Colin Aspholm, 17, won the male 5K in 20:45. Own Smith, 15, of Billings took second in 23:07, while Bodhi Keeland, 11, of Anaconda took third in 24:22. Butte’s Anthony Fields, 38, finished fourth in 24:54.