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NATICK – Paul Neilan won the first-ever Frosty 5K in Natick Sunday morning. His time was 15.18 minutes.

More than 350 runners and walkers of the about 500 who registered crossed the finished line in the 8 a.m. 5K that started and began at the high school, according to RaceWire.

The road race was sponsored by the Natick High Track and Field and XC Boosters Club, as a fundraiser.

Haley Desmarais, 17, was the first female across the finish line in 18.51 minutes.

Eric Ashe was second overall in 15.32 minutes, with Sean Fleming third overall in 16:39 minutes.

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Brothers Nicholas Bianchi and John Bianchi were 4th and 6th overall in 16:39 and 17:18 minutes, with Thomas Corbett in between at 17:16 minutes.

Hiroma Sakuma was 7th overall in 17:18 minutes. ben Feldman was 8th overall in 17:19 minutes long with Jacob Tobin.

Uday Mandhata, 42, rounded out the top 10 at 17:57 minutes.

Kalie Radar, 12 finished second for females across the finish line in 19:22 minutes.

Megan Haber, 36, was third in 20:21 minutes.

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Watch the start of the race by clicking here.
SOURCE captured photos of many of the runners as they came pass Memorial Beach in the final mile of the 5K.
More than 250 photos of the race can be seen clicking here.

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.