Yarmouth Police Team "Big Nick" runs "The People's Marathon" for our troops

Team of Yarmouth officers participated in the 35th Annual Marine Corps Marathon & 10K Road Race over Halloween

In support of all of our brave men and women serving in our American Armed Forces, a team of Yarmouth Police Officers and friends joined 40,000 fellow runners in the 35th Annual Marine Corps Marathon and 10K road race last Sunday, October 31st in Washington, D.C.

Team Big Nick ran to Honor United States Marine Corporal Christopher G. Scherer, United States Marine Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter, and United States Marine Corporal Nicholas G. Xiarhos who all gave their lives for our country as well as all of our other fallen and injured troops from Cape Cod and across the United States. The team also ran to raise money for wounded warriors.

Donations can still be made at www.active.com/donate/mcm2010.

Team Members and Finish Times

MCM 26.2 Miles

  • Toly A. Siamos of Savannah, Georgia - 3:58:54
  • Brian F. Reagan of Truro - 4:04:44
  • Gerald S. Carey of Dennis - 4:18:31
  • Alyssa Verronneau of Acushnet - 4:21:39
  • United State Marine Ian Collins  - 4:29:09
  • Polly A. Papsadore of Sandwich - 4:35:10
  • Yarmouth Police Patrol Officer Cheryl Nugent Gomsey - 4:54:36
  • United States Marine Jeffrey Chatfield - 4:59:53
  • Yarmouth Police Patrol Officer Mary F. Gibney - 5:08:02
  • Stephen Pugsley of Braintree - 5:08:10
  • Paul Diangelis of Falmouth - 5:11:41
  • Tina Cosentino of Medfield - 5:36:23
  • United States Marine Daniel J. Runzheimer - 5:36:23
  • United States Marine Michael Vecchia - 5:36:23

MCM 10K 6.2 Miles

  • United States Marine Cody Isreal  -  1:04:27
  • Yarmouth Police Lieutenant Steven G. Xiarhos - 1:06:20
  • Susan Eastman of Hyannis  - 1:12:20
  • United States Marine Benjamin Tupaj  -  1:34:21
  • United States Marine Mario Garcia - 1:35:05

Courtesy of the Yarmouth Police Department.

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