Francisco Puac of Georgetown takes first place in the 5K with a time of 16:58.
Hunter Jones, 15, of Rehoboth Beach places second overall in 17:22.
Bryan Mack of Lewes takes ninth overall and first in the 25-29 age group with a time of 19:32.
Michele Karsnitz of Milton takes the top female spot with a time of 20:02.
Emily Trout of Ocean View took top finisher in the 14-18 age group and 25th overall in 21:06.
Michele Karsnitz of Milton gives race director Wayne Kursh a high five after taking first place in the women’s category.
Mike Marciano of Lewes places first in the 30-34 male group and third overall in 18:25.
John Slack of Newark places sixth overall with a time of 19:16.
Eddie Houck, 13, of Lewes places 12th overall and first in his age group with a time of 19:54.
Andy Gorlich of Milton places seventh overall in 19:24.
Madison Todd, 13, of Camden-Wyoming takes 20th overall with a time of 20:48.
Tim Miller of Rehoboth Beach places 26th overall in 21:10.
Alise Reynolds of Philadelphia places first in the female masters competition with a time of 20:58.
Sam McCoy of Rehoboth Beach takes 31st overall in 21:23.
Becca Johnson of Lewes runs to 38th overall in 21:45.
Sara Kolobielski of Rehoboth Beach runs to 22:04.
Jen Perry, left, from Millsboro and Kim Geyer of Millersville, Pa., cross the finish line together in 23:50.
Christine Bristowe and Jacki Coveleski of Lewes cross together in 24:38.
The mob of runners keep coming through the start.
A mass of pink take to Route 1 for the Dewey Goes Pink 5K.
Friends Laura Trilling, left, Allie Yeager and Annie Judge start off for the 5k.
A fly over started the Dewey Goes Pink 5k.