David McKay, Beth Conlon lead local Boston Marathon finishers

Beth Conlon Photo: at Conlon
Beth Conlon during the Boston Marathon. Photo: Pat Conlon

Washington, D.C.’s David McKay and Montgomery Village, Md.’s Beth Conlon led local finishers Monday at the Boston Marathon. A total of 610 runners who registered with local addresses finished the race.

Conlon, 24, ran at Watkins Mill High School in Maryland and competed at Georgetown University as a senior walk-on. She finished fourth at the 2015 Rock ‘n’ Roll D.C. Marathon. McKay ran for Luther College and is am avid trail racer.

D.C.
David McKay 2:31:24
Caitlyn Tateishi 3:00:43

Virginia
Michael Wardian (Arlington) 2:31:39
Keely Eckberg (Arlington) 3:08:03

Maryland
Kunihiko Hayashi (Rockville) 2:39:52
Beth Conlon (Montgomery Village) 2:59:03

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