Wor-Wic announces 5K winners
September 23, 2014

The Wor-Wic Community College Foundation sponsored its fourth annual 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic, along with the 2014 Law Enforcement Team Cup Challenge, at the college campus in Salisbury on Saturday.

The Salisbury Police Department won the Law Enforcement Team Cup Challenge for the fourth year in a row.

With a time of 16:05, the overall male winner of the 5K race portion of the event was Nick Hanifee, 22, of Salisbury. The overall female winner was Kate Nichols, 15, of Hebron, with a time of 20:47.

Runners ranged in age from 10 to 66.

Proceeds of almost $16,000 will benefit the students of Wor-Wic.

WOR-WIC 5K

WOR-WIC 5K. Runners participating in the 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic sponsored by the Wor-Wic Community College Foundation take off from the starting line on the campus of Wor-Wic Community College Saturday.

RACE OFFICIALS

RACE OFFICIALS. Race officials from the Eastern Shore Running Club waiting for runners to cross the finish line are shown, from left, Claire Selph, Michelle Nelson, Mike Piorunski, Harlan Eagle, Rick Wood, and Ruth and Ken Gaudreau, all of Salisbury.

LAW ENFORCEMENT TEAM CUP WINNERS

LAW ENFORCEMENT TEAM CUP WINNERS. Kelley Selph, far left, race captain for the Wor-Wic Foundation’s 5K, and Ginnie Malone, far right, president of the Wor-Wic Foundation, congratulate the 2014 winners of the Law Enforcement Team Club Challenge, Kevin Story, left, and Justin Aita, right, of the Salisbury Police Department.

OVERALL MALE WINNER

OVERALL MALE WINNER. Nick Hanifee, 22, of Salisbury, was the fastest male runner with a time of 16:05.

OVERALL FEMALE WINNER

OVERALL FEMALE WINNER. Kate Nichols, 15, of Hebron, was the fastest female runner with a time of 20:47.

AT THE FINISH LINE.

AT THE FINISH LINE. Tanitta Thomas of Princess Anne congratulates her husband, Adrian, for successfully completing the 5K race course.

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER RUNNERS

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER RUNNERS. Wor-Wic Community College student Hayley Nichole Wright of Salisbury participated in the 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic with her mother, Vicki Wright.

AFTER RACE PARTY

AFTER RACE PARTY. Retired Wor-Wic Vice President for Administrative Services Mark V. Rudnick of Salisbury, left, spends time at the party after the 5K with Wor-Wic President Dr. Ray Hoy, his wife, Donna, and their grandson, Zachary Prebula of Dover, Del.