The second of the six RunBelfast Race Series is in the books and the latest came on Saturday morning, June 22 — and included lots of runners, walkers, child buggies and, of course, dogs on leashes.

The "Paces for Paws" 5-kilometer road race/walk, as well as one-mile walk, attracted about 100 participates, with Wesley Wright, 17, being the fastest to finish the 3.1-mile trail course in 16:45 — as he bested the field by several minutes.

Caitlin May, 31, of Belfast was the first female finisher, as she was fifth in 21:01. And May crossed the course with her dog.

Watch video and see more photos below.

The series includes six events from June through October that offer trail and road courses.

The series is hosted by Paws, Waldo County YMCA, Belfast Rotary and Coastal Mountains Land Trust, as well as Rollie's Bar and Grill for Shriner's Hospital for Children.

Series sign-up gets one a discount for all and a series-unique quarter-zip, long-sleeve technical t-shirt. The RunBelfast Series is sponsored by Damariscotta Bank & Trust and Journey to Health (MaineHealth).

The series thus far has included the Pendleton 5K and 5-miler on Saturday, June 1 and "Paces for Paws" 5K and one-mile walk on Saturday, June 22.

The individual "Paces for Paws" results, with place, name, age, town of residence when available and time listed, included: 1, Wesley Wright, 17, 16:45; 2, Ethan Merrifield, 22, Belmont, 19:15; 3, Jeremy Gage, 45, Thorndike, 20:42; 4, Zack Armstrong, 15, 20:49; 5, Caitlin May, 31, Belfast, 21:01; 6, Katie Buckley, 40, Searsmont, 22:10; 7, Jason Rhoda, 30, Dixmont, 22:46; 8, Griffin Dubrow, 13, 23:03; 9, Ethan Dubrow, 51, 23:07; 10, Ryan Seeber, 13, 23:21; 11, Jon Tierney, 58, Orono, 23:42; 12, Matthew Stone, 33, Bangor, 23:45; 13, Erin Rhoda, 35, Dixmont, 23:58; 14, Suzanne Dubrow, 54, 24:10; 15, Sean James, 42, Belfast, 24:18; 16, Donald Kitchen, 41, Northport, 24:32; 17, Kara Cooke, 32, Winterport, 24:34; 18, Timothy Seeber, 52, 25:02; 19, Aoife Dubrow, 41, Camden, 25:12; 20, Mickey Lackey, 74, Millinocket, 25:22; 21, Bobi-Jo Thomas, 39, Jefferson, 25:48; 22, Sean Ociepka, 39, 25:54; 23, Haley McAtten, 27, Bangor, 26:04; 24, Cindy Sterling, 57, Belfast, 26:09; 25, Kasey Leidenroth, 30, Washington, 26:11; 26, Steven Gerhart, 27, Camden, 26:13; 27, Michael Madell, 60, Bar Harbor, 26:20; 28, 28, Brianne Robertson, 26, Camden, 26:59; 29, Pauls Rooney, 54, 28:02; 30, Melissa Moody, 42, 28:33; 31, Erik Perkins, 43, 28:56; 32, Kimberly Shales, 28, Swanville, 29:07; 33, Paula Heron, 62, Northport, 29:19; 34, Cipperly Good, 40, Searsport, 29:47; 35, Sara Bowden, 35, Hampden, 30:02; 36, Jennel Pendleton, 43, Islesboro, 30:11; 37, Joanie Rhoda, 65, Washington, 30:22; 38, Katie Glessner, 45, 30:36; 39, Todd Peterson, 56, 30:41; 40, Glenn Montgomery, 71, Belfast, 30:52; 41, Faith Boynton, 36, Belfast, 30:59; 42, Heather Marlow, 27, Belfast, 31:25; 43, Mara Gallagher, 33, 31:49; 44, Robert Jones, 68, Bar Harbor, 32:23; 45, Lori Thayer, 49, Belfast, 33:07; 46, Kate Hitchcock, 57, 33:47; 47, Diane Davis, 49, Randolph, 34:12; 48, Stella McCarthy, 9, Belfast, 35:04; 49, Kali McCarthy, 41, Belfast, 35:05; and 50, Nichole McClure, 33, Bucksport, 35:25.

Also, 51, Corey Bekner, 42, Rockport, 35:39; 52, Carolyn Struestka, 31, Blue Hill, 36:17; 53, Izzy Fargone, 11, Hampden, 36:35; 54, Julie Fargone, 48, Hampden, 36:44; 55, Michael Fargone, 47, Hampden, 36:45; 56, Stephanie Rico, 55, Imperial Beach, Calif., 37:07; 57, Susan Aldrich, 71, Belfast, 37:11; 58, Quincy Hamilton, 32, Belmont, 37:31; 59, Heidi Neal, 44, Rockland, 38:07; 60, Sasha Peterson, 15, 38:14; 61, Adrian Dubrow, 11, 39:18; 62, Candy Hutchinson, 69, Rockport, 39:46; 63, Joanne Moesswilde, 56, Belfast, 40:24; 64, Ralph Harris, 77, Kennebunk, 40:49; 65, Amber Haslauer, 32, Searsport, 42:04; 66, Paul McFarland, 75, Lincolnville, 44:28; 67, Trish Madell, 60, Bar Harbor, 50:25; 68, Taryn Lord, 44, Cushing, 58:07; 69, Sheldon Belmain, 77, Cranston, R.I., 58:08; 70, Donna Dubrow, 73, 58:28; 71, Abbott Aodhan, 31, Jackson, 58:47; and 72, June Howard, 32, Northport, 58:47.

Walkers were: Henry Charlmers, Belfast; Patience Eaton, Washington; Jeff Eaton, Washington; Isabella Fournier, Washington; Betty Fraser, 71, Stockton Spring; Pam Lane, 61, Frankfort; Will Leidenroth, Washington; Patricia Madall, 60, Bar Harbor; Melissa Moody, 42, Stockton Springs; Dayle Purington, 68, Rockland; Paul Rhoda, 66, Washington; Kari Richardson, 57, Millinocket; Taupie Rooney, 48, Northport; Sandra Ruclt, 80, Northport; Lori Schaefer, 56, St. Paul, Minn.; Charlie Schau, 15, Elmhurst, Ill.; Mark Schau, 58, Elmhurst, Ill.; Barbara Schau, 55, Elmhurst, Ill.; and Kelsey Walker, 30, Searsport.

Age-group results were:

Overall — Wesley Wright, 16:45; and Caitlin May, 21:01.

14 and under — Griffin Dubrow, 23:07; and Stella McCarthy, 35:04.

15-19 — Zack Armstrong, 20:49; and Sasha Peterson, 38:14.

20-29 — Ethan Merrifield, 19:15; and Haley McAtten, 26:04.

30-39 — Jason Rhoda, 22:46; and Erin Rhoda, 23:58.

40-49 — Jeremy Gage, 20:42; and Katie Buckley, 22:10.

50-59 — Ethan Dubrow, 23:07; and Suzanne Dubrow, 24:10.

60-69 — Michael Madell, 26:20; and Paula Herron, 29:29.

70-79 — Mickey Lackey, 25:22; and Susan Aldrich, 37:11.

The upcoming races in the series include:

Kilted Canter

Rotary "Kilted Canter" 5KRun/Walk (on Belfast city venues), Saturday, July 20, 8:30 a.m. start; check-in from 7:45 a.m. at Belfast Area High School, 98 Waldo Ave. (Celtic Festival weekend)

Fast, flat course through picturesque and historic Belfast neighborhoods; one water stop. Everyone is welcome from those looking to run a personal-best to families who want to share a healthy run/walk. And while the wearing of a kilt is optional, it is encouraged in keeping with the Celtic Celebration weekend festivities.

Bug Run

Rotary "Bug Run" 5K Run/Walk (on Belfast city venues), Saturday, Aug. 17. 8:30 a.m. start; check-in from 7:45 a.m. at Belfast Commons parking lot, Miller and Union streets. (Harbor Fest weekend)

Scenic, fairly flat course that includes a few gentle hills, shaded neighborhoods, a stretch along the water front, and the Armistice Foot Bridge across the Passagassawaukeag River; one water stop. Everyone is welcome from those looking to run a personal-best to families who want to share a healthy run/walk. Top female and male runners receive 20 pounds of live lobsters (“bugs”). Pancake breakfast to follow, compliments of Harbor Fest.

Triple Stack

Waldo County YMCA "Triple Stack" 5K and 10K and Kids Run (on Belfast city venues), Sunday, Sept. 15, 8:30 a.m. start; check-in from 7:45 a.m. at Belfast Area High School.

Organizers invite families for a morning of fitness and fun. One-mile family fun run/walk for children ages 10 and younger, with friends and family. The 5K and 10K are on a fast, flat course.

Rollie's

Rollie's "Run for Kids" 5K to Benefit Shriners Hospital for Children (on the Rail Trail), Saturday, Oct. 5, 8 a.m. start; check-in from 7:30 a.m. at Armistice Footbridge, Pierce and Water streets.

The 5K run will benefit the Shriners Hospital for Children in Boston, Mass. The race/walk will take place on the Belfast Rail Trail beside the Passagassawakeag River. This is an entirely off-road, safe and wide trail that is scenic and fun.

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