Wor-Wic announces 5K winners
September 25, 2017
The Wor-Wic Community College Foundation held its seventh annual 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic, along with the 2017 Law Enforcement Team Cup Challenge, at the college campus in Salisbury on Saturday.


The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office took the Law Enforcement Team Cup back from last year’s winners, the Salisbury Police Department.


With a time of 19:38, the overall male winner of the 5K race portion of the event was Cole Hentschel, 18, of Salisbury. The overall female winner was Kate Nichols, 18, of Hebron, with a time of 21:24.


Runners ranged in age from 7 to 69.


Proceeds of almost $23,000 will benefit the students of Wor-Wic.



WICOMICO SHERIFF’S OFFICE WINS TEAM CUP. The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office took home the Law Enforcement Team Cup at the 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic sponsored by the Wor-Wic Community College Foundation Saturday. Shown from left are Sgt. Benson Propst, Deputy 1st Class Steven Fisher, Deputy 1st Class Benjamin Parsons, Deputy 1st Class Evan Kolb, 1st Sgt. John Alessandrini, Deputy 1st Class Daniel Schultz, Lt. Tim Robinson, Deputy 1st Class Christine Kirkpatrick and Deputy Phillip Webster.


OVERALL MALE WINNER. Cole Hentschel, 18, of Salisbury, was the fastest male runner with a time of 19:38. Shown with Hentschel are Kelley Selph, a Wor-Wic graduate and captain of the race, and Stacey Hart, chairperson of the Wor-Wic Foundation.


OVERALL FEMALE WINNER. Kate Nichols, 18, of Hebron, was the fastest female runner with a time of 21:24. Shown with Nichols are Kelley Selph, a Wor-Wic graduate and captain of the race, and Stacey Hart, chairperson of the Wor-Wic Foundation.


ATHLETES SERVING ATHLETES. David Crowley, left, and his father, John Crowley III, two of about 30 participants from Athletes Serving Athletes, cross the finish line at the 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic.


WICOMICO COUNTY OFFICIALS. Wicomico County Circuit Court Judge Matt Maciarello, Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis and Wicomico County Circuit Court Judge Kathleen Beckstead come out to the 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic to show their support for the local law enforcement community.


CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDENTS. Paul Simon, left, criminal justice instructor for the Career Technology Education program at Parkside High School and some of his students compete in the 5K Run/Walk for Wor-Wic sponsored by the Wor-Wic Community College Foundation Saturday. Next to Simon, from left, are Yesenia Casique, Destiny Jones, Timothy Wagner and Harmony Wilson.


ANDERSON FAMILY. The Anderson family enjoys the after-race party. Shown from left to right are Alec, 13, Laura and Averill.