The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office won the Law Enforcement Team Cup Challenge at the fifth annual 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic, sponsored by the Wor-Wic Community College Foundation at the college campus in Salisbury on Saturday.
Winning the team cup for the Sheriff’s Office were Jordan Banks, Steve Fisher and Evan Kolb.
With a time of 18:09, the overall male winner of the 5K race portion of the event was Jack Reimer, 15, of Berlin. The overall female winner was Kate Nichols, 16, of Hebron, with a time of 20:53.
Runners ranged in age from 11 to 67.
Proceeds of more than $27,000 will benefit the students of Wor-Wic.
RACE OFFICIALS. Race officials from the Eastern Shore Running Club waiting for runners to cross the finish line are shown, from left, Mike Piorunski, Nicole Adams, Hsin Cheu, Rick Wood, Vanessa Junkin, Michelle Nelson and Harlan Eagle, all of Salisbury.
LAW ENFORCEMENT TEAM CUP WINNERS. The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, with this year’s team members, from left, Jordan Banks, Evan Kolb and Steve Fisher, won the Law Enforcement Team Cup Challenge.
OVERALL MALE WINNER. Jack Reimer, 15, of Berlin, the fastest male runner with a time of 16:05, receives his trophy from Kelley Selph, race captain, and Ginnie Malone, foundation chair.
OVERALL FEMALE WINNER. Kate Nichols, 16, of Hebron, the fastest female runner, receives her trophy from Kelley Selph, race captain, and Ginnie Malone, foundation chair.
She had a winning time of 20:47.
AFTER PARTY DJ. Matt Maciarello, along with his son, Jonathan, and father, John “DJ Johnny Mac,” play music for the after-race party at the fifth annual 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic, sponsored by the Wor-Wic Community College Foundation Saturday.
AFTER RACE PARTY. Chris and Tony Gilkerson relax after the 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic, sponsored by the Wor-Wic Community College Foundation.
FRIENDS OF MISSY. Loudell Insley of Salisbury, left, spends time after the 5K with fellow foundation member, Dr. Brian Desaulniers, and his wife, Bridget, of Princess Anne. Insley spearheaded a campaign to raise money for the 5K in honor of Missy McLaughlin, one of the founders of the event.