BUCKSPORT — Erik McCarthy of Old Town led the way early Saturday morning to take first place in the 43rd running of the Tour du Lac 10-Mile Road Race in Bucksport.McCarthy finished with a time of 52 minutes, 53 seconds. It was his second straight victory in the race after winning with a time of 53:51 last year.Andrew Kephart of Ellsworth was the top finisher from Hancock County. Kephart placed second with a time of 58:54.Tracy Guerrette of Bangor was the first-place finisher on the women’s side for the third consecutive year. Guerrette’s time of 1:01:34 earned her third place overall, an improvement from her eighth-place overall finish last year.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textJonathan Goupee of Orrington finished fourth, and Perry LeBreton of Blue Hill took fifth. Bradford Eslin of Bucksport, Bob Ciano of Castine, Alison Chase of Brooksville, Ethan Dapice of Brewer and Scott Potter of Portland rounded out the rest of the top 10.The race, which began on Broadway near Tim Emery Municipal Pool and took runners around Silver Lake, drew a total of 62 runners. Below is a list of the race’s top-50 finishers.Erik McCarthy, 52 minutes, 53 secondsAndrew Kephart, 58:54Tracy Guerrette, 1:01:34Jonathan Goupee, 1:02:07Perry LeBreton, 1:02:11Bradford Eslin, 1:05:04Bob Ciano, 1:05:57Alison Chase, 1:06:51Ethan Dapice, 1:07:26Scott Potter, 1:07:47Ian Fraser, 1:08:50Tim Pearson, 1:09:01Thomas Sherman, 1:10:29Joe Roberts, 1:11:55Peter Cannon, 1:13:48Chris Jones, 1:14:29Scott Heidemann, 1:14:46Shane Martin, 1:14:48Ed Hughes, 1:16:52Aaron Hoovler, 1:17:52Deedra Dapice, 1:19:15Heather Knowles, 1:19:29Kristine Guaraldo, 1:21:30Mary Clapper-Buck, 1:21:35Jack Burnett, 1:21:40Lance Days, 1:22:15Dave Farrar, 1:23:09Daniel Gerrish, 1:23:21Margaret Capehart, 1:24:42Joe Capehart, 1:24:43Laura Anderson, 1:25:14Lisa Kearns, 1:25:19Robin Clarke, 1:25:19Mark Libby, 1:25:34Amy Cangelosi, 1:26:26Erica Doyon, 1:26:46Lisa Tweedie, 1:27:01Christopher Almy, 1:27:29Donna Kausen, 1:27:50Katherine Collins, 1:30:23Dave Lebel, 1:31:20Eric Boberg, 1:32:41Allison Dorko, 1:34:40Robert Garnett, 1:36:33Maegan Haney, 1:37:13Kim Shire, 1:37:13Andrew Clappitney, 1:40:59Julie Commick, 1:42:54Ginger King, 1:44:16Jen Noonan, 1:44:23
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