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.