Runaway victories were the story of the day at Saturday's 41st annual Marty and Tom Celic 4-mile Run held at an unseasonably cool Clove Lakes Park. Kevin Donofrio, the 31-year-old cross country and track coach at CSI/McCown HS opened up a big lead in the first mile and strode away to a comfortable win, clocking 22 minutes, 4.5 seconds over the hilly course. Sahar Victoria-Vitale, a precocious 10-year-old, was the women's champion, winning by more than a minute in 25:42.9.
By George Kochman/Special to the AdvanceThe summer road-racing season is drawing to a close, with one big race -- the 41st annual Celic Brothers 4-miler -- still on tap before the fall schedule kicks into gear. The Celic Run is scheduled for Saturday at Clove Lakes Park with post time at 10 a.m. The race is also the final leg of the Island Triple Crown race series. The race honors the Celic brothers, Marty and Tom, who starred in cross country and track and field at Monsignor Farrell High School.
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