The 33rd annual Madison Courier Firecracker 10K Run is in the books with a first-time winner in the overall and men's division and a blast from the past topping the women's side.

Tate Schienbein, 17, of Liberty, was the overall and men's winner with a time of 31:59.78. Amanda Jo Bell LeBlanc, 29, of Louisville, was the female winner with a time of 38:03.33.

Schienbein, the race runner-up in 2010 with a time of 31:40.91, is the grandson of Madisonian Ed Schienbein, a former Madison basketball coach and the first-ever Indiana Mr. Basketball.

LeBlanc, a native of Clarksville, had previously won the women's division in five straight Courier 10Ks from 2000-2004 before moving away to attend graduate school. The former standout runner at Clarksville High School and Indiana University, is one of a select few women to have completed the 6.2-mile race in under 40 minutes. Her personal best time was a 36:31.

A huge field of 331 runners and 180 walkers participated in the 2011 Courier 10K under hot and humid conditions.

The first walker across the line in the non-competitive walk was Steven R. Floyd, 56, of Bloomington, in 1:08:32.09.