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Run Through History a fight to the end

June 06, 2010
  • Gulmesser Mogesse (168) and Demesse Girma Tefera (178) battle to win the Run Through History 10K at Antietam Battlefield on Sunday. Mogesse was the overall winner, beating Tefera by one second.
Kelly Hahn Johnson, Staff Photographer

SHARPSBURG -- Gulmesser Mogesse edged Demesse Girma Tefera by one second to win the 31st annual Run Through History 10K at Antietam Battlefield on Sunday.

Mogesse, 30, of Washington, finished in 31 minutes, 31 seconds. Tefera, 28, also of Washington, was a step behind in 31:32.

Elena Orlova, 40, of Gaithersburg, Md., won the women's open division in 37:21 and was seventh overall.

Mark Cucuzzella, 43, of Shepherdstown, W.Va., won the men's masters division, finishing in 36:05, good for fourth overall.

Brian Storm, 44, of Chambersburg, Pa., was ninth overall in 37:58.

Michael Sanders, 40, of Hagerstown, was the top male finisher from Washington County. He was 14th overall in 40:43. Karen Gardner, 50, of Keedysville, was the top female, finishing 57th in 49:31.

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