Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

May 2, 2013

JA hosted 5K run

CROSSVILLE — The first Junior Achievement (JA) 5K was held April 13 to raise funds to support JA in the Cumberland County school system. It was a perfect day for running with plenty of sunshine and cool temperatures. The one-mile course was held on the Stone Memorial High School grounds and the 5K course included a stretch on Cook Rd. The race was organized by Krista Kemmer and Chris Smith of the Youth Achievement Foundation and timing and results were generously provided by the Crossville Noon Rotary group.

Race sponsors included Eco Travel Plaza, Robert W. Agee, Inc., Farm Bureau Insurance, Dave Kirk Automotive, Progressive Savings Bank, Realty 1 Group, Cumberland County Bank, Crab Orchard Elementary, Tabor's Pawn Shop and Furniture, Brown Insurance Group, Homestead Elementary, Gernt Insurance, Lansford and Stephens/CPAs, Pepsi, Renee and Company Hair Salon, Kroger, Food City at Fairfield Glade, United Grocery Outlet, Flowers Bakery and Crossville Noon Rotary.

To learn more about Junior Achievement or to see complete event results go to

Overall 5K Winners

Male: Eric Rassel 22:34

Female: Kim McCullough 25:43

70+ 5K Winner

Richard Wade 43:35

60-69 5K Winner

Roger Brewer 25:38

50-59 5K Winners

Terry Walter 23:26

Gary Kennedy 26:23

40-49 Winner

Mike Kuenzer 41:33

30-39 Winners

Jenny Ricks 26:32

Tracy Adams 28:36

20-29 Winner

Laura Stone 38:20

13-19 5K Winners

Derrick Sherrill 25:39

Matthew Nolan 25:41

Dillon Norrod 30:01

12 and under 5K Winners

Olivia Rassel 31:06

Erin Rassel 31:26

Toni Widemon 40:11

1 mile Winners

1 - Helena Clayborn 6:42

2 - Kayla Lampman 7:18

3 - Rayce Boston 7:41 

4 - Jaxson Norris 7:58

5 - Reece Crockett 8:28

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