Photos: Barrington residents tame Tough Tiger

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Mud, hay bales and a cargo net were just some of the obstacles filling the course for the first ever Hampden Meadows School Tough Tiger event.

Nearly 600 people participated in the adventure race, which took place on Sunday afternoon, May 4. Athletes started at Hampden Meadows and followed a course over a few streets before facing some obstacles at Sowams School and more at Hampden Meadows.

Following are the top 50 finishers:

1. Lachlan Bishop, 10

2. Hayden Ivatts, 14

3. Kayla Duvel, 13

4. Connor Kelly, 13

5. Benjamin Bazyk, 47

6. Jeffrey Bazyk, 48

7. Andrew Jameison, 11

8. Sam Faulkner, 10

9. Reilly Curran, 10

10. Angelica Bazyk, 10

11. Alexander Bazyk, 12

12. Sarah Yee, 10

13. John Tomulonis, 44

14. Ethan Tomulonis, 10

15. Cameron Watts, 10

16. Eli Muller, 11

17. Bryan Ivatts, 10

18. Jack Silva, 10

19. Zach Newberg, 13

20. Keeon Tieu, 10

21. Ryan Edwards, 12

22. Alex Muller, 8

23. Justin Bilyj, 33

24. Brigham Dunphy, 11

25. William Short, 14

26. Chris Silveria, 11

27. Hunter Farnsworth, 12

28. Liam Davis, 13

29. William Sanchez, 10

30. William “Quinn” McNamara, 8

31. Owen Valentrow, 12

32. Owen Thurston, 12

33. Kevin Farley, 36

34. Matthew Bates, 12

35. Callum Flaherty, 11

36. Thomas McAdams, 11

37. Aaron Brady, 10

38. Grayson Kelly, 11

39. Antoine Mouligne, 13

40. Max Knight, 8

41. Kristel Dunphy, 41

42. Heather McNamara, 43

43. Elizabeth Duvel, 10

44. Leanne Treanor, 47

45. Jack Treanor, 9

46. Michael Kilpatrick, 9

47. Mark Rodrigues, 52

48. Charlotte McGarry, 10

49. JT Celico, 9

50. Nina Gibbons, 11

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