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December 1, 2012

Rojas runs to Jingle Bell Jog 5K title (ADDS RESULTS)

Corsicana — Felipe Rojas won the annual Jingle Bell Jog 5K Saturday morning at the YMCA. He bested a large, and in many cases lot younger field Saturtday.

A large number of participants took advantage of mild weather to run the 5K and 1-mile fun run.

See pictures on our Facebook page. Look for results in the Tuesday print edition of the Daily Sun.

Results

1 mile

Age 0-12 male

1st place  Pedro Torres

2nd place Isacc Arredondo

 

Age 13-20 male

1st Onesima Vasquez

2nd Seth Faqua

 

Age 21-39 male

1st  Devin Castillo

2nd Cesar Tiscareno

 

Age 40+ male

1st  Saul Guzman

2nd Hector Franco

 

Age 0-12 female

1st Nylan Rodriquez

2nd Myriyea Carranza

 

Age 13-20 female

1st  Hallie Brazwell

2nd Taya Oitch

 

Age 21-39 female

1st  Lily Castillo

2nd Rosemary Rodriquez

 

Age 40+ female

1st  Mannela Rodriquez

2nd  Anna Allen

 

 

5K

 

Age 0-12 male

1st Gabe Gilfillan

2nd Sean Morgan

 

Age 13-20 male

1st Reid Folmar

2nd Daniel Vasquez

 

Age 21-39 male

1st Oliver Jackson

2nd  Matt Parker

 

40+ male

1st Felipe Rojas

2nd Ruben Rodriguez

 

Age 0-12 female

1st  Isabella Binford

2nd Ashely Butron

 

Age 13-20 female

1st Audrey Binford

2nd Alison Roman

 

Age 21-39 female

1st Becca Hollingsworth

2nd Kim Wyatt

 

Age 40+ female

1st Kelli Williams

2nd Casie Young

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