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Watermelon 5K names winners

More than 60 people participated in the Watermelon Festival 5K Fun Run hosted by the RHS M100 Majorettes Aug. 18.

The results are as follows.

Male Overall

  • 1st place – Pedro Behena
  • 2nd place – Joshua Mixon
  • 3rd place – Skip Aldridge

Female Overall

  • 1st place – Nicole Miles
  • 2nd place – Jennifer Vaden
  • 3rd place – Jeania Norton

Male Masters

  • Scotty Aycock

Female Masters

  • Tammy Ruddle

Male Ages 1-10

  • Ismael Francisco

Male Ages 11-15

  • 1st place – Malachy Flemming
  • 2nd place – Cole King
  • 3rd place – Carson Cox

Male Ages 16-19

  • 1st place – Levi Gist
  • 2nd place – Noah Miller

Male Ages 20-29

  • 1st place – Nathan Vincent
  • 2nd place – Cullen Akin
  • 3rd place – John Barbosa

Male Ages 30-39

  • 1st place – Jeff Mixon
  • 2nd place – Craig Swinney
  • 3rd place – Joshua Russell

Male Ages 40-49

  • 1st place – Chris Smith
  • 2nd place – Frank Starr
  • 3rd place – Derek Berry

Male Ages 50-59

  • 1st place – Manuel Francisco
  • 2nd place – Terry Taylor
  • 3rd place – Scott Vandiver

Male Ages 70-plus

  • 1st place – Howard Siclari
  • 2nd place – Tommy Stine

Female Ages 16-19

  • 1st place – Esthela Martinez
  • 2nd place – Maria Behena
  • 3rd place – Fallin Cox

Female Ages 20-29

  • 1st place – Sarah Johnson
  • 2nd place – Holly Melson

Female Ages 30-39

  • 1st place – Kelly Gilbert
  • 2nd place – Leah Torisky
  • 3rd place – Melissa Thornton

Female Ages 40-49

  • 1st place – Laura Bailey
  • 2nd place – Vicki Martin
  • 3rd place – Kim Tyra

Female Ages 50-59

  • 1st place – Susan Godsey
  • 2nd place – Barbara Lawson
  • 3rd place – Susan Johnson

Female Ages 60-69

  • 1st place – Vicki Morese
  • 2nd place – Nancy Green

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