Teenagers shine in 31st Annual Clayton Road Race

06/04/2014 10:48 AM

02/15/2015 11:25 AM

Garner’s Amadeo Iraheta won the 31st annual Clayton Road Race recently, clocking in with a time of 18 minutes, 30 seconds in the 5K race. He finished 27 seconds ahead of the race runner-up, 15-year-old Austin Carroll of Clayton. Clayton 14-year-old Andre Hichue was third at 19:14.

John Musgrave ran fourth in his hometown race, the 47-year-old clocked in at 19:55. Cary’s John Hinson rounded out the overall top five.

Alicia Rider of Kernersville was the women’s division overall winner in 20:56. Clayton 13-year-old Callie Blandford was second (22:46) and 14-year-old Gwyn Reece of Smithfield was third (23:22).

Individual age group winners were: Wayne Faison of Garner (11-and-under males), Evie Shackles of Cary (11-and-under females), Amaya (12-19 males), Cara Martin of Clayton (12-19 females), Damarius Hayes of Raleigh (20-29 males), Velaire Elliott of Holly Springs (20-29 females), Hinson (30-39 males), Carolyn Palmeri of Cary (30-39 females), Musgrave (40-49 males), Malin Barton of Clayton (40-49 females), Rodney Gilmore of Smithfield (50-99 males) and Lisa Himmelberger of Clayton (50-99 females).

Stephen and Paula Corey of Garner finished 1-2 in the walkers division. Stephen Corey timed at 46:25 and Paul Corey was at 46:26.

Susan Bradley (58) was the oldest female competitor and 71-year-old John Wrenn was the oldest male competitor.

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