HOSA 5K raises $500 for charities
CLOVER Clover High School Health Occupation Students of America Club’s 5K Fun Run was held Sept. 27, raising $250 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and $250 for Moped to Memphis.
CHS Junior Jharee Kerns won the race in a time of 22 minutes, 11 seconds.
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Zombie Crawl 5K Oct. 25
ROCK HILL Zombies will invade the streets of downtown Rock Hill while humans race for survival during the 2014 Old Town Zombie Crawl on Oct. 25 to benefit The Heart2Heart Foundation.
Participants may run the USATF-certified 5K route as a human or a zombie for $25, or walk the route free. Runners who register before Oct. 18 receive a 2014 Old Town Zombie Crawl T-shirt, cinch bag filled with sponsor swag and an event wristband. Official Zombie Crawl T-shirts are available in adult and youth sizes for $10 for registered walkers or fun run participants.
Adult runners will compete for cash prizes while youth runners will vie for gift cards from local merchants.
The Old Town Zombie Crawl is intended to raise awareness about heart disease and provide support for The Heart2Heart Foundation. Proceeds will be used to provide free heart-health educational materials and programs in the community and to fund risk-assessment scholarships for women in the tri-county area.
Registered runners will receive a free pass to meet Addy Miller, the little girl zombie on Episode 1 of AMC TV’s “The Walking Dead.” Miller will serve as the 2014 Official Grand Marshal.
For more about activities and to register, visit www.OldTownZombieCrawl.com.
CHS grad leads The Citadel
CLOVER Former Blue Eagles quarterback Aaron Miller, who had been struggling with his passing game, was on the mark in leading The Citadel to a 37-14 win against Gardner-Webb on Sept. 27.
Miller completed eight of 15 passes for 186 yards while rushing for 91 yards and three touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ first win of the season.
Miller received numerous accolades as a three-year starter at quarterback for the Blue Eagles.
Rock Hill Rocks Open this week
ROCK HILL The sixth annual Rock Hill Rocks Open opened Oct. 5 and will run through Oct. 12 at Rock Hill Tennis Center, 897 Maplewood Lane.
The $25,000 USTA Pro Circuit women’s tennis tournament draws professional players from around the world. Matches are held during the day and are free to attend.
Call 803-326-3842 or email email@example.com for information.
LAKE WYLIE Lake Wylie Athletic Association is accepting registration through Oct. 31 for ages 3-15 for basketball season.