Saturday’s festivities at the 2016 Scotland County Antique Fair got off to a running start at 8 a.m., literally, as the Scotland County Hospital 5K Run and Fun Walk departed from the east side of the Memphis city square.
Scotland County R-I Class of 2016 graduate Caleb Doubet was the first runner to cross the finish line in a time of 19:47. Current SCR-I eighth grader Kylee Stott was the top female finisher, with a time of 24:45.
Rounding out the age division top finishers were Brady Curry (22:16), Corbyn Spurgeon (24:36), and Spencer Kerkmann and Kallen Hamlin (25:10) in the men’s 18 and under class.
In the 18 and under female division, the top three finishers were sisters, Abi Feeney in 26:04, Katie Feeney in 27:56 and Hannah Feeney in 31:08.
In the 19-29 division it was Jeremy Wiggins with the top time of 21:32 followed by Kody Parkins in 25:22.
The top finishers in the 19-29 female division were Ashley Sears (38:51), Aimee Shultz (39:24) and Jacqui Onken (42:52).
Derek Weber led the Men’s 30-39 age division to the finish line in a time of 22:21. Larry Balanda was second in 27:42 followed by Andy Miller in 34:05.
In the 30-39 age female class the top time was 26:28 by Michelle Parrot followed by Brenna Poe (27:48) and Jenny Palmer and Michele Duer (29:02).
The men’s 40-49 division saw Mark Wiggins turn in a top time of 22:08. Simon Plowman was second in 48 minutes.
The 40-49 aged women division was won by Trinity Davis in 26:25 followed by Karri Feeney in 27:12 and Julie Arnold in 35:32.
The women’s 50 and over division saw Dani Fromm cross the finish line in 32:03 followed by Angela Hawes in 33:57 and Suzie Miller in 42:40.
The event was sponsored by Gas and More, Hair Co, Pizza Hut, NEMO Rural Telephone, Scotland County Pharmacy, Exchange Bank of NEMO, Kapfer Construction, Road ID, Rose Hardware, Cook’s Mens Store, J’s Food, Memphis Democrat, Scotland County Community Fitness Center, Pepsi Cola Bottling Company, Mayberry Farms, Scotland County Care Center, Laser Creations, Sweet Treats ETC, Walker Motors, International Eyecare, BH Construction, Tumbleweeds, Kevin Brown Attorney at Law, MB Anesthesia, Party Shack, and Lisa Rollison General Surgery.