More than 100 runners started the Bay to Bay 10K race Saturday, July 13, that begins in Silver Bay and ends in Beaver Bay.

The race — which runs on roads and trails between the two North Shore towns — is a part of Silver Bay’s annual Bay Days festival.

Noah Glomski of Princeton, Ind., was the top finisher for the men in a time of 52 minutes, 8.9 seconds. Glomski is a part of a group of runners from Indiana who travel to Silver Bay for the Bay to Bay race every year. Cross-country coach Bill Niederhaus has brought a group of runners to Silver Bay each year since 2007.

The top local finisher for the men was Dan Overby of Two Harbors for finished third overall in 55:56.4.

Annika Voss of Duluth won the women’s race in 1:05:19.5 and Lauri Olson-Hohman of Silver Bay was the top local finisher in sixth place with a time of 1:15:08.4.

First place runner Noah Glomski displays his trophy for first place in the 2019 Bay to Bay run in Beaver Bay. (Teri Cadeau/News-Chronicle)
First place runner Noah Glomski displays his trophy for first place in the 2019 Bay to Bay run in Beaver Bay. (Teri Cadeau/News-Chronicle)

Bay to Bay 10K results

Top men

  1. Noah Glomski, 52:08.9

  2. Nate Niederhaus, 55:20.6

  3. Dan Overby, 55:56.4

  4. Zander Lutz, 56:12.8

  5. Dan Martin, 57:55.5

Top women

  1. Annika Voss, 1:05:19.5

  2. Malin Anderson, 1:05:20.9

  3. Lib Larson, 1:13:52

  4. Anna Hall, 1:14:07

  5. Risa Askerooth, 1:14:07.3

Malin Anderson of Lutsen was the lead women's runner at the Golf Course Road trail crossing during the 2019 Bay to Bay Run, but ultimately took second place.  (Teri Cadeau/News-Chronicle)
Malin Anderson of Lutsen was the lead women's runner at the Golf Course Road trail crossing during the 2019 Bay to Bay Run, but ultimately took second place. (Teri Cadeau/News-Chronicle)