Over 50 runners compete in Bobcat Hall of Fame 5K Run
by Shawn Wansley, JCJC Sports Information
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Over 50 runners leave the starting line at Saturday’s 11th annual Bobcat Hall of Fame 5K Run. Photo/Shawn Wansley, JCJC Sports Information
Over 50 runners leave the starting line at Saturday’s 11th annual Bobcat Hall of Fame 5K Run. Photo/Shawn Wansley, JCJC Sports Information
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Brooklyn Brown of South Jones was the Overall Female Winner and second overall finisher at Saturday’s 11th annual Bobcat Hall of Fame 5K Run. Photo/Shawn Wansley, JCJC Sports Information
Brooklyn Brown of South Jones was the Overall Female Winner and second overall finisher at Saturday’s 11th annual Bobcat Hall of Fame 5K Run. Photo/Shawn Wansley, JCJC Sports Information
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ELLISVILLE – A beautiful, crisp morning greeted over 50 participants in the 11th annual Bobcat Hall of Fame 5K Run here Saturday morning at Bobcat Stadium/Sim Cooley Field.

Jones County Junior College cheerleader Dakota Finerman, a freshman from D’Iberville, was the Male Overall Winner with a time of 20:26.

Brooklyn Brown, a South Jones student, was the Female Overall Winner with a time of 21:41. She was second overall in the race.

Eric Weill of Hattiesburg was the Male Masters Winner with a time of 23:58 and Kathy Byrd was the Female Masters Winner with a time of 27:04.

Phillip Wedgeworth of Laurel was the Male Grand Masters Winner with a time of 24:06 and Melissa Hanberry was the Female Grand Masters Winner with a time of 31:42.

The race benefitted the Jones County Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Jones County FCA Director Scott Pittman welcomed runners to the event and also awarded door prizes, trophies and medals after the race.

Former Jones County Junior College women’s basketball coach Sandra Sumrall, who was inducted into the JCJC Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday, delivered the invocation prior to the race. Other Hall of Fame inductees were Bill Barry, Misty M. Moore and Dr. Gene Lasley.

Saturday’s run began and ended at the stadium. The race route went through the JCJC campus and downtown Ellisville.





11th annual Bobcat Hall of Fame 5K Run

Here are the top finishers from Saturday’s 11th annual Bobcat Hall of Fame 5K Run.



Male Overall Winner

Dakota Finerman, 20:26

Female Overall Winner

Brooklyn Brown, 21:41

Male Masters Winner

Eric Weill, 23:58

Female Masters Winner

Kathy Byrd, 27:04

Male Grand Masters Winner

Phillip Wedgeworth, 24:06

Female Grand Masters Winner

Melissa Hanberry, 31:42

Male, age 13-19

1 - Nate Jones, 22:20; 2 – Cody Courtney, 23:42; 3 – Noel Monsalue, 24:25

Female, age 13-19

1 – Mireia Marcos, 24:44; 2- Ariadna Marcos, 24:48; 3 – Abby Bullock, 29:52

Male, age 20-29

1 – Mitar Milosauljevic, 27:40; 2 – Clayton Rush, 27:47

Female, age 20-29

1 – Didi Ellis, 32:25; 2 – Wendy Coker, 33:22

Male, age 30-39

1 – Brooks Buffington, 25:32; 2 – Daniel Holifield, 28:18; 3. Derrick Conliff, 36:21

Female, age 30-39

1 – Margaret James, 23:12; 2 – Stephanie Conliff, 21:01; 3 – Sarah Buffington, 31:36

Male, age 40-49

1 – Harold Jones, 24:49; 2 – Kevin Ray, 29:22; 3 – Scott Hanberry, 31:50

Female, age 40-49

1 – Lora Davis, 28:54; 2 – Sunshine Smith, 30:28; 3 – Serina Williamson, 31:07

Male, age 50-59

1 – Nester Anzola, 26:10; 2 – Jeff Priegnitz, 27:22; 3 – Joe Holifield, 28:55

Male, age 60 and over

1 – Dennis Wargel, 50:59

Female, age 60 and over

1 – Peggy Wedgeworth, 35:49

Results courtesy Southern Race Timing

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