The annual Night Moves 5K — a benefit for the Avon Park boys and girls track and field teams — drew an enthusiastic crowd in Avon Park Friday.
Andrew Rivera claimed the Male Open title, finishing the course in 18:45, while Vicki Musselman captured the Open Female title with a time of 24:49.
Tim Williams was the Male Masters winner with a time of 21:13, and Helen Bingenheimer took Female Masters honors with a time of 28:33.
In the male age groups, Bud Cox placed first in the 9-and-under division, while Chance Smoak was the winner in the 10-to-13 group.
Michael Divietro placed first in the 14-to-19 class, and Arturo Garcia was fastest in the 25-to-29 division.
Jeremy Vincent was first in the 30-to-34 class, as Jeff Anderson finished first in the 35-to-39 group.
Bryant Musselman was first in the 40-to-44 class, and Russell Andrews placed first in the 55-to-59 division.
Charlie Potter was first in the 60-to-64 division, and Jim Rector placed first in the 70-to-74 division.
On the female side, Shayla Cox was first in the 9-and-under class, while Madison Knowles placed first in the 10-to-13 group.
Kelsey Knowles crossed the finish line first in the 14-to-19 class, while Candace Golden was first in the 25-to-29 division.
Corien Peavy placed first in the 30-to-34 class, while Michelle Delaney was first in the 35-to-39 division.
Sara Zamora-Balridge took the top honors in the 40-to-44 division and Deborah Witmer placed first in the 45-to-49 group.
Tammy Jackson placed first in the 50-to-54 class, Debbie Webber was first in the 55-to-59 class.
Crystal Vanderpool placed first in the 60-to-64 class, and Delores Rector was tops in the 70-to-74 division.