Reeb, Morin win GPMC#3 at Heiser

Oct 8, 2011 by

Donald Reeb added to his GPMC lead Saturday at Heiser Farms. ©Matt Haughey

DAYTON — Donald Reeb (cyclocrossracing.com) added to his overall lead in the Grand Prix Molly Cameron Saturday at Heiser Farms, while David Douglas winner Rhonda Morin (Sorella Forte) took another win in the women’s A race.

Reeb covered 10 laps of the course during the 60-minute A event that started at 1 p.m. The cyclocrossracing.com rider finished ahead of Ross Brody (Buy Local Cycling) and Portland Bicycle Studio’s Brett Luelling. Ian Leitheiser (Moots/Cyclepath) was fourth, followed by Kelly Ryan (Portland Bicycle Studio) in fifth.

Reeb went into Saturday’s third round of the Grand Prix Molly Cameron with a slight lead over Steve Carwile (evenaplews.com), who did not race Saturday, and series namesake Molly Cameron (MetaFilter).

Morin covered nine laps of the course during the 60-minute women’s A race that was run at the same time as the A men and masters. Alexandra Burton (Upper Echelon Fitness), who came into the race leading the series ahead of Heather Clark (Bend Memorial Clinic Total Care), finished second on the day to maintain her series lead. Clark did not race. Team Beer’s Taylor Shekell finished third at Heiser ahead of of Upper Echelon’s Susan Peithman and Jennifer Cree in fourth and fifth.

The Grand Prix Molly Cameron continues next weekend with race #4 at Ninkrossi CX in Washougal.

Photos courtesy of Matt Haughey.

Rhonda Morin won at David Douglas and again Saturday at Heiser Farms. ©Matt Haughey

RESULTS
GPMC#3, Heiser Farms
Oct. 8

Men A
1. Donald Reeb (cyclocrossracing.com) 10
2. Ross Brody (Buy Local Cycling) 10
3. Brett Luelling (Portland Bicycle Studio) 10
4. Ian Leitheiser (Moots/Cyclepath) 10
5. Kelly Ryan (Portland Bicycle Studio) 10

Women A
1. Rhonda Morin (Sorella Forte) 9
2. Alexandra Burton (Upper Echelon Fitness) 8
3. Taylor Shekell (Team Beer) 8
4. Susan Peithman (Upper Echelon Fitness) 8
5. Jennifer Cree (Upper Echelon Fitness) 8

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