TREMONT — Fifty-one runners traveled to the southern reaches of Mount Desert Island on Sunday for this year’s running of the Flamingo 4-Miler.The race began at Acadia National Park’s Seawall Campground and concluded at Tremont Consolidated School. It was held as part of the four-day Harbour House Flamingo Festival in Southwest Harbor.First place in the event went to Lubec’s Peter Williams, who finished with a time of 23 minutes, 34 seconds. Lamoine’s Buster Brown finished close behind, placing second with a time of 23:44.Finishing in third place was Tremont’s Stephen Grierson, who crossed the finish line in 25:38. Evan Merchant of Beals and Harley Brown of Mount Desert placed fourth and fifth with times of 26:58 and 27:00, respectively.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textLisa Kingsbury of Hampden was the top finisher on the women’s side with a time of 30:50 and a place of eighth. Other top female runners included Tricia Brown of Cherryfield (10th place), Pamela Beam of Tremont (12th place) and Ashley Santerre of Columbia Falls (15th).Below is a list of all finishers from the race.Peter Williams, 23 minutes, 34 secondsBuster Brown, 23:44Stephen Grierson, 25:38Evan Merchant, 26:58Harley Brown, 27:00Brian Henkel, 28:58Rudy Kelley, 30:31Lisa Kingsbury, 30:50Chris Arnold, 31:29Tricia Brown, 32:08Tony Santiago, 32:11Pamela Beam, 33:00Chris Murphy, 33:02John Melick, 33:09Ashley Santerre, 33:34Erin Dunbar, 34:05Lisa Kearns, 34:14Susan Kolakowski, 34:16Kirsten Palmer, 34:26Reid Billings, 34:50Donna Kausen, 34:53Michael Madell, 34:55Rex Shultz, 35:39Hope Rowan, 36:00Christa Brey, 36:26Doug Thompson, 36:32Lloyd Harmon, 37:10Jennifer Brodie, 37:14Antonia Burns, 38:01Tom Cooper, 38:03Tamera Murphy, 38:14George Soules, 38:23John M. Brown, 38:24Katie Daigle, 40:07Dennise Cupp, 40:08Bob Campbell, 40:33Melina O’Goudy, 42:31Mary Moore, 42:35Sarah Cooper, 44:17Stephen Lammert, 44:45Julia Rudnick, 45:20Jamie Lindsey, 46:29Lynn Caron, 46:45Robin Emery, 47:10Emma Soules, 47:30Janice Kenyon, 47:41Jennifer Mullowney, 51:30Kristy Sharp, 52:41Kathleen Ryan, 55:15Holly Gunn, 58:54Tina Lawson, 1:00:54
Harry Kane thought he had equalised moments later but his strike was controversially ruled out by VAR because of a handball by Lucas Moura in the build-up.Spurs were unable to mount a response after that as they struggled to break through a strong Sheffield United defence.Instead, Chris Wilder’s men added a second midway through the second half when Lys Mousset turned in Enda Stevens’ cutback from close range.And an ultimately comfortable victory was completed in the closing stages as Oli McBurnie swept in for his fifth goal of the season.Kane, who had another goal ruled out for offside at 2-0, finally got on the scoresheet when he steered in Son Heung-min’s cross for his 13th goal of the season, but it was to be only a consolation strike.Victory moves Sheffield United above their opponents into seventh in the Premier League, five points behind Manchester United and Wolves, who are fifth and sixth respectively.Tottenham, who have not finished outside the top six since 2009, are ninth, seven points adrift of Wolves.It had been a tough return to Premier League football for United, with Wilder’s side having lost all three games after the restart without scoring a goal.Their lack of attacking threat had not helped their cause as the Blades failed to manage more than a single shot on target in each of those three league fixtures.But they started against Spurs with much more intent in the final third and both George Baldock and David McGoldrick found the target early on, albeit with tame attempts.Having conceded six goals in their previous two Premier League outings, the Blades had recently lost some of the confident, attacking swagger they had displayed earlier in the season, but that all came flooding back at the moment they opened the scoring.The goal came from a flowing move that opened up the Tottenham defence before Berge turned in Chris Basham’s cutback.From then on, Sheffield United looked much more like their old self – strong in defence and capable in attack – and the win, particularly given the strength of the opponents it came against, will provide a much needed boost as they look to claim a top-six finish – something that would be an incredible accomplishment on their first season back in the top flight.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Sheffield United picked up their first win since the Premier League restarted as they produced a hugely impressive 3-1 display against Tottenham to keep alive their hopes of playing European football next season.Elsewhere, Manchester City dealt newly crowned champions Liverpool a damning 4-0 crushing of the Reds at Etihad.Sheffield’s record signing Sander Berge opened his account for the club with a neat finish in the first half, completing a fine, attacking move by the hosts.