Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

June 13, 2013

More than 50 compete in Avalon Center 5K June 8


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CROSSVILLE — The Avalon Center held its first 5K run and 1 mile walk on Saturday, June 8, at Stone Memorial High School.  It was a beautiful day and more 50 participants came out to enjoy the low humidity to get in their daily run and help out a worthy organization. 

The results by age category are:

Overall Winner

Male: Terry Walter 21:20; Female: Becky Frederick 25:02

13-19 years: 

Male: 1. Brett Williams 33:51

(no female participant)

20-29 years:

There were no male participants. 

Female: 1. Erica Elmore, 31:01; 2. Marie Varney 31:36; 3. Alyson Hale 31:53

30-39 years: 

Male; 1. Pete Bisbee, 21:50; 2. Gary McKenzie, 31:39

Female: 1. Elisabeth Reece; 26:17; 2. Sharman Wyatt 26:36; 3. Amber King 32:41

40-49 years: 

Male: 1. Craig Varney, 23:18; 2. Merry Lee Houston, 26:05; 3. John Lowery, 41:50

Female: 1. Kelly Smith, 28:08; 2. Janeth Moerdyk, 30:14; 3. Lisa Dillard, 34:07

50-59 years: 

Male: 1. Wade England, 26:21; 2.Tony Craighead, 28:06; 3. David Kurtz, 38:25

Female: 1. Kim Tabor, 30:42; 2. Donna England, 37:41; 3. Judy Houston, 40:30

60-69 years: 

Male: 1. Roger Brewer, 25:40; 2. Charles Lusso, 50:46

Female: 1. Colleen Mall, 50:05; 2. Toni Scaduto, 51:06; 3. Sherry Hale, 54:47

In the 1 mile walk,  first place went  Chloe Smith, with Tate Seiber second and Phoebe Smith third.

A thank you goes to the sponsors — Paramount Title; GPM; Pioneer Realty; Wyatt Investments; Uplands Village; Lansford & Stephens CPA; Gernt Insurance; UCC of Cookeville; The Bank of Crossvile; Luanne Brennan/Pioneer Realty; MedEd Credit Union; Eco Travel Plaza; Betty Bowman; Cumberland Eye Care; Thomas & Rande Prieur; Boswell’s Harley Davidson; Ingram Motor Sales;  Edward Jones/Pete Bisbee; Ann Looney and Brown Insurance Group.
A special thanks goes to Flynn Signs for billboard advertising; SignSmith for a sponsor banner; the city of Crossville; Kelly Smith – SMHS; Boyd Brown and the Crossville Rotary Club; Food City and Sav-A-Lot.

"We couldn’t have done it with out you," said Carmen Wyatt, executive director.