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IMAGE Lisa Powless (Wolf Clan) Turning Stone 10K, courtesy Gameface.com

First Race = Third Place


What can you do in 78 minutes?

If you ask Lisa Powless (Wolf Clan) that same question she would answer with confidence that she could finish the Turning Stone 10K. Her time was 1 hour and 18 minutes, which put the 12-year-old third in her division (age up to 19 years).

Lisa became a runner in June when she, her mother Barbara George-Winton, her sister Chelsea Jocko (both Wolf Clan), and stepfather Bruce Winton, joined the Oneida Nation running group. Based out of the Oneida Nation Recreation Department the group participated in the summer Development Runs organized by the Utica Roadrunners. ...
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