After the four miles of hills had been conquered and the dust settled, awards for first place went to the first three women: 19-year-old Megan Everhart 29:36, 18-year-old Emily Gill 30:41 and 16-year-old Alex Stoffregan 32:22.
The first three men were Noah Droddy, 21-years-old in 23:38, 21-year-old Stu Newgent in 24:10 and 15-year-old Taylor Secrest in 24:35.
Nick Brattain recorded a time of 27:26 and Mary Brauchea ran a time of 34:57 in the 20-year-old age division, while Michael Scott posted a time of 28:01 and Candis Hartman ran a 35:48 in the 30-year-old division. Topping the 40-year-old division was Drew Brattain with a time of 27:46, Nancy Thomas with a time of 36:05 and Jeff Sigworth running a time of 30:16 and Janice Van Vactor posted a time of 37-flat in the 50-year-old division.
Paul Truelove logged a time of 32:08 in the 60-year-old division.
Lance Daugherty, who ran a time of 32:17, held the distinction of being the oldest running at age 68.
The two-mile walk was blazed by 47-year-old Colleen Matthews in a time of 24:11 in the women's division and 36-year-old Ian Stewart with a time of 26:37 in the men's division. Second and third place in the women's division went to 62-year-old JoAnne Allee with her time of 26:16 and 50-year-old Karen Birt in a time of 26:45, respectively.
Sixty-year-old Harry Galich was second in the men's division with a time of 27:14 and 29-year-old David Brabham was third with a time of 30:55. It should be noted, Brabham's time was logged while pushing his two-year-old.
In the 10-and-under age group, Kurtis Broadstreet recorded a time of 32:42. In the teen group, Sarah Tincher posted a time of 29:55.
Millie Brabham recorded a time of 30:53 in the 20-year-old division. She achieved her time while carrying her newborn baby son.
In the 30-year-old division, Natalie Bridges walked a time of 29:40, while Sarah Freeman had a time of 26:58 in the 40-year-old division with Scott Stockton recording a time of 34:22.
In the 50-year-old group, Liliana Galich walked a time of 27:24, while Dan Benassi had a time of 33:35.
Rounding out the competitors were Cozette McColgin who walked a time of 28:48 in the 60-year-old division and Bill Wieland who posted a time of 33:47 in the 70-year-old division.
The Putnam County Mental Health 4-mile run and 2-mile walk, in partnership with the DePauw cross country team, will reconvene on the last Saturday of July in 2013, at 8 a.m. at the DePauw Nature Park.