The Striders of Gate City Extend Their Lead

The Pack Monadnock official results are in and the Gate City Striders have utilized their home turf advantage. They now lead the 2014 NH Grand Prix by 55 points with their cumulative two race total of 350 points. Greater Derry is still within striking distance, however, as they have collected 295 points on the series thus far. Lebanon’s Upper Valley Running Club is pretty securely in third with 146 total points while Granite State Racing Team, White Mountain Milers, and the Rochester Runners Club round out the scoring field. Here are the final team scores for the Pack Monadnock race:

  1. Gate City Striders – 154
  2. Greater Derry Track Club – 119
  3. Upper Valley Running Club – 57
  4. White Mountain Milers – 28
  5. Granite State Racing Team – 18
  6. Rochester Runners – 5

The top age graded male and female individuals on the day were Dave Dunham (GCS) and Christin Doneski (GSRT). However, Rob Edson (UVRC) and Lynn Fawcett (GDTC) lead the overall series standings.

Check out the schedule and results page for more information on the series results as well as a breakdown of the Pack Monadnock scores along with some photo and video coverage by NHGP scorekeeper Mike Giberti.

GDTC Coach Takes Home Pack Monadnock Individual Title

Yesterday from Wilton to Peterborough, Brandon Newbould (Whirlaway Racing Team) was the overall winner of the Pack Monadnock 10 Miler in a time of 64’08” with Kevin Tilton a minute and a half back for 2nd overall. Brandon also coached members of the Greater Derry Track Club to an unofficial 2nd place finish in the NHGP team standings. Kath Hardcastle of the Somerville Road Runners was the overall female winner in 74’11”.

Also, former Gate City Strider coach Dave Dunham narrowly missed the Men’s Senior’s course record with his 70’02” finish, which was good for the top age-graded performance on the day. The Gate City Striders were the unofficial team winners with 142 points. The Pack Monadnock Race was also the 2nd installment of this year’s USATF-NE Mountain Circuit.

Here are post-race interviews with Newbould, Tilton, and Dunham courtesy of