Denise Knickman of Baltimore took top honors in the 10-miler female division and 10th overall with a 1:08:44.0.
Mike Durkin of Newark takes first overall in the 5K with a 16:19.1.
Bailey Davin from Newark takes first female honors in the 5K with a 20:07.8.
Ginger Shaud of Rehoboth placed 13th in her age group with a 23:56.1.
Lydia Fimmano of Newark took fourth in the 14-18 female group with a 25:38.5.
Bridget Andrews of Middletown runs to a 17th-place finish in the 19-24 age group with a 26:33.5. Andrews is the granddaughter of former Dewey Mayor Jim Lavelle and wife Linda.
Tim McCoy of Rehoboth Beach runs to third place in the male 60-64 age group with a 29:48.6.
Kelly Jones of Key West ran to first place in the 45-49 age group with a 25:24.5.
Max, left, and Miles Horowitz of Landenberg, Pa., took first and second in the male 1-9 age group with a 38:41.4 and 38:44.4, respectively.
Christina McDermott of Wilmington took first place in the 50-54 age group with a 1:13:42.6.
Jason Reed of Brisbane, Calif., placed second in the 10-miler with a 57:44.7.
Michael Marciano of Lewes took first in the 30-34 age group and eighth overall with a 1:06:12.9.
Patrick Beebe of Rehoboth Beach placed first in the 45-49 division and 17th overall with a 1:12:02.5.
Allison Einig of Newark placed first in the female 19-24 division with a 20:36.1.
Getting ready for the race are locals (l-r) Joy Biser, Jack Vassalotti, Maya Yngve, Carla Yngve and Sen. Ernie Lopez.
Senator Ernie Lopez, R-Lewes, applauds at the start of the 5K.
The sun shines on the start of the 10-miler.
Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness poses with the University of Delaware boys’ club cross country team before the race.