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Catching Ants at Weeks Bay Estuary, AL and Starkville High Graduation


Monday-Wednesday, well, I had a little trip to the Alabama gulf coast with a coworker James Lewis. We were down there to collect ants and put out some aerial traps for the collection of winged reproductive ants (and other flying insects). We stayed and worked at the Weeks Bay Estuarine Research Reserve near Fairhope, AL. Nice place to stay and work. We also got into Mobile County a bit. Although we walked around a bit during this time, it was certainly no workout. Not to mention, we basically ate awesome tasty seafood for every meal, and way too much of it! Good stuff. I don’t know what the other mugs in Starkville were doing, but thats what I was doing. Of course, Joseph took a full 7 days off from basically any physical activity last week. This week he is doing some super easy stuff here and there, but not much really. He will basically start back this coming weekend with some easy running on a daily basis again. I got back early enough on Wednesday to get in some pushups, curls, militaries, pullups, crunches, and bench press. Then, I went outside, shot a few hoops. Hot out! Did some calf hops around the yard. Finished up with a few 400s on my trail. First one was slow, but by the end was hitting 1:17, which is pretty good on this loop with tight corners, a big hill at the end, and various irregularities along the way.

Thursday, I met Joseph, Jorge, Juan, and Lucas for an easy 6 mile run thru town at 6:30 pm. Probably would have been easier if I was as light as those guys. Man, I am in terrible shape. Anyway, it was hot and humid! Managed to do just under 7:30. I finished up about 20-30 seconds behind those guys.

Friday, busy day! Although Joseph finished up with high school this past December, he decided to participate in the graduation ceremony with his classmates. Final closure I suppose. Anyway, we had a lunch deal with his cousin Kayla, who also graduated from SHS today. Ate at the Veranda with his mom, a nephew (Blake) and his wife and kid, Kayla’s aunt and her son, and some other friend of theirs. Nice to see Blake and them, despite having to eat at the Veranda, which is one of my least favorite restaurants here in town. I got blackened fish, which I knew was a big mistake, but I do like fish. Unfortunately, after having just had some amazing blackened fish in southern Alabama a few days earlier, this paled in comparison. Honestly, I would rather eat gas station fried chicken strips than the food here. This is maybe my fifth try with this place, always with a different menu item, but alas, no success. Apparently some people love it though. Not sure why. Graduation! Six PM at Humphrey Coliseum on the MSU campus. Lots of people here. This brought back memories of my own graduation from SHS in 1983. Man, I was so glad to be out of there and the drama that is high school! Apparently, Joseph feels much the same way. Obviously, he did not even stay for his final semester thanks to a block schedule that allowed him to finish early. Lots of other kids could have done the same, but opted to stay. Many of them ended up with various school awards as a result. So, I guess it depends what you want. On awards day, Joseph did not receive any school awards, not even acknowledgment of winning a state title in XC, although other kids that won various state titles did. Oh well. Also, he, not being at the school, did not even get to fill out paperwork for certain awards, medals for club involvement, etc. But, again. Oh well. In 3 months this will all be forgotten. However, at awards day, they also listed scholarships offered to students from various colleges. This included offers not accepted as well as those that were accepted. We looked at quite a few schools, but ultimately, Joseph only applied to a few of them, and they all pretty much offered him something financially be it academic, artistic, or athletic. As it turned out, this little weird art runner dude ended up with considerably more scholarship money offered to him than anyone else. Pretty cool. And, obviously, the awesome offer from SCAD XC was a big one. But, he also had nice offers from Millsaps College here in MS and other places. If we could have listed unofficial offers from schools we talked to, his total would have been even higher. We talked with so many universities, and he starting getting letters from coaches as early as 9th grade. First letter he got was from the Naval Academy, but he is certainly not a military type kid,  so that one was not really even a consideration. That was followed by a letter from Brown University, Pratt Art Institute, and on and on and on with close to 50 letters or and later emails, phone calls, etc. Cool, cool. Based on the overall figure of 4 million dollars plus of total offers given to SHS students, Joseph’s offers totaled somewhere around 10% of that! Why is this? Seems like a lot more people could have got scholarships.  Well, those students don’t know how to get them. Why not? Somebody is not doing their job I think. Bummer. Also, for some reason, many of the super smart kids end up coming to MSU, which is fairly inexpensive compared to a private school. So, even if they get a full 4 year scholarship here, that may only equal a year at a more prestigious school. Crazy, why don’t they want to go elsewhere to broaden their horizons a bit, given their obvious abilities?  Of course, all that is irrelevant, as you can only keep the money to the place you go. But, it was still nice for folks to know that you can get scholarships in art even if you don’t take art, that you can get scholarships in track and XC even if you don’t run track and XC every year, and that you can get academic scholarships even if you aren’t one of the top ten students and only have an average ACT score! We found out many things this past year such as grades, ACT, clubs, extracurricular activities, and athletics are all important in how scholarships are determined, but its more than that. Talking with coaches, department heads, and others, negotiating, and making a case for what you have to offer is also very important too. But, the first step is the initial inquiry to a college to let them know you exist. I know of so many kids who are not in college who could have been if only they had know the way to get there.

Joseph and I, post graduation

Joseph and I, post graduation

Joseph, done with high school!

Joseph, done with high school!

Saturday, Got a few pushups in early to wake up, then headed to the Farmers Market, Lowes  hardware store and then Kroger. Lots happening at the Market with our entomology there selling honey and giving out words of wisdom about insects, some great live music with my boss Richard Brown playing bass and harmonicas with some buds of his, and of course, some fresh produce, breads, salsas, and other healthy foods. I was actually going to Lowes for art supplies, and I bought some nice birch plyw0od and paint. Started working on something when I got home! While I was in Kroger, I got a call from Lucas, who had completed his first triathlon earlier that morn, the Soak Up The Sun Triathlon. It was a short sprint deal with a 200m swim, 8 mile bike, and 2 mile run. Lucas is a good runner, and has been biking pretty well lately too, so he figured if he did ok in the water, he would have a good race. And, boy, did he! He came in 2nd overall less than 30 seconds behind a great competitor from Grenada! Way to go LUCAS!

Lucas coming out of the water

Lucas coming out of the water

At 6:30, headed out to the refuge for a run. Still hot, in the mid 80s, and humid! Basically, this the beginning of a few weeks of steady easy running for Joseph. Jorge and Juan also ran with us. Audrey Sheridan showed up with her bike too. I got in 7 miles at a 7:20 pace. Joseph did a bit more than me at about 7 minute paces. Jorge did a 40 minute run, at pretty much the same pace as Joseph, and Juan only did 20 minutes or so, as he is getting back into it. We all ran together until Juan turned back, and I kept up with the other two more or less, but they gradually got ahead of me. My last 3 miles were the slowest for sure though. It was really humid and man, I was sweating like a mug! Deer flies were a constant companion to all of us to, but they will just an annoyance and did not bite anyone. Saw a couple of snakes crossing the road. Nice.

Sunday, Ran in town at 7  pm with Joseph. Humid still, but at least the sun was not bearing down on us. Five easy miles at 7:40 pace. Town was basically deserted! Nice for running.

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Rest Week and Kayaking at Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge


Sunday, some of the running goobs: Lucas, Max, and Brent, came out to my house for some kind of weird trail/beer mile. Yep, Max is heading to Germany and wanted to show us how Germans roll.  Well,  right after they arrived it started pouring and thundering and stuff. So, we did run a bit, but cut it short. Still drank the beers, and I cooked burgers. We hung for a while and laughed at Max, cause he is a funny joker.

Monday, After work, I met Max and Brent for a run thru town. No Joseph today, as I told that mug to take off a week or some running, chill out for a bit. And, yes, last week I thought it was the final run with Max, but, he managed to squeeze in one more. His parents and sister are arriving later in the evening from Germany. They will only be here a day or two, then they will take their trippindicular triathletic goober of a son back to Germany while stopping in Colorado along the way. Joseph did not join us, as I told him to take a week or two off from running and just chill. He worked pretty hard this past year with his running really peaking late December to early January when he was running 10 miles at 5:33-5:34 pace. He had another nice cycle this spring. But, really the last month has been fairly easy with a couple of slower tempos and 1000m intervals. The goal now is simply to build his mileage up this summer and remain injury free before heading to Savannah to run and go to school in the fall. Back to the run today. HOT! We started at about 5:45 pm, still hot. Max and I did 5 miles, and Brent added another bit, probably getting in about 5.5 miles. Our first mile was 7:40, then we hit a 6:53 mile, then a 7:00, somewhere about 2.5 miles is where we parted ways with Brent. Max slowed down a little on the way back, as I finished up with a 7:13 and 7:20 for the last one. Probably would have been slower than that, but we got a brief rain shower with about a mile to go. Whew. Somehow, with the combination of hitting the lights right and running faster, Brent caught up with me with about a half mile to go. Pretty impressive run there Captain America. Max finished up about a minute back. After hanging out stretching and recovering from the awesome humidity, those two goofball jumped on their bikes and headed home.

Wednesday-Friday, I basically joined Joseph in taking  a few day off myself, although I did some type of workout pretty much each day splitting it into pushup, pullups, and abs one day; militaries and curls another; and so forth. Busy week anyway, as I had a art show opening Thursday evening. That took some getting ready for!

Saturday, Slept late, then did some yardwork: mowing, weedeating, etc. Yard is coming along. Twenty years ago it was a field. Not anymore! Later in the afternoon, Joseph and I loaded the kayaks and headed to the refuge for some relaxed paddling. We met Greg Martin and Joe Witt there, and they paddled around in Greg’s canoe. Greg is an amazing artist from Los Angeles who know teaches at MSU. They are extremely lucky to have someone of his caliber! Joe is a fairly new Philosophy professor here at MSU, and he has a great beard.

blue sky

blue sky

Cool Cypress

Cool Cypress

Joseph

Joseph

Joe Witt and Greg Martin

Joe Witt and Greg Martin

Joe and Greg

Joe and Greg

Joseph and I

Joseph and I

Me and Joseph

Me and Joseph

Joe and Greg

Joe and Greg

Sunday, Joseph and I met Lucas, Brent, and Jorge Villarreal for a 6 mile run late afternoon. Nice to have Jorge the curly haired Colombian out there with us. Jorge is a former MSU XC and track runner who graduated yesterday with a degree in Biology. With the MSU student’s mostly having left town enmasse, the campus and town was fairly deserted, which made the run safer than usual! Pretty day too, with temps in mid 70’s. Nothing crazy today, with Brent and Joseph a bit ahead with 7:15 average mile pace. I ambled along with Lucas and Jorge at about 7:23 pace. Lucas had biked 90 miles or so earlier in the day in his quest to become a triathlete. His first race is next Saturday. Good run. Easy. Beautiful day.

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Gumtree 10k, Tupelo, MS 2014


Sunday, got in an easy 4 mile run with Joseph this morn. A beautiful morning to run for sure. Mowed the lawn and trail mid afternoon. Whew! Getting hot out, already in the mid 80’s. Went for another run in town with Joseph at 4:30 PM. Joseph was still trying to loosen up his legs from yesterday. We got in 5. 4 miles at a 7:24 average pace. Man, it was actually hot, almost 90°! Going to have to start going later in the day or earlier in the morning or both as the summer comes along. Anyway, it was nice to get in almost 10 miles total today for me.

Monday, Another hot day, and the rest of the week looks rough too! Got off work and did some bench press, curls, military presses, pullups, and a few crunches. Then rode my bike with Joseph while he did a fartlek of sorts. First, 1.3 mile easy, then .4 miles harder (5:20 pace), 2 minutes easy;  1000m at 3:13, 2 minutes easy; 0.8 miles at 5:25ish pace, 3 minutes easy; 0.4 miles fast, 2 minutes easy;  1000m (.63 miles) at 3:18, 2 minutes easy; 0.82 miles at 5:12 pace, 3 minutes easy; 1 minute fast, 1 minute easy; 1 minute fast, 1 minute easy; and a bit of a jog and some stretching. Done. Home. Pizza and ravioli.

Tuesday, Another hot one, so we started at 6 pm today! Met Will Kallfelz, Brent, Max, Lucas, and Joseph at our normal meeting spot. This was to be the final run with the group for our fine feathered German friend Max! Well, we may do some goofy run Sunday afternoon, but this is the last real run. After having spent two semesters here at MSU, he will be heading back to Germany. We will all miss that crazy kook. He is a super funny dude and has become one of our regulars!

As we got going, Chad Anderson and Bert Hart joined us for part of the run as they were finishing up their route. For those few minutes, we had quite the group! The run went well, and I did 6 miles at a 7:10 pace. Still figuring out ways to land on my feet without causing imbalance with my legs. Calf felt good today, so, awesome! Max also did 6  miles and finished up behind me today. For the first  3 miles, we were all mostly together, but Brent, Joseph, Will, and Lucas veered off to get in an 8 mile loop. Lucas and Brent also added an 8 X one minute fartlek session on the way back. Joseph, who had done a strong fartlek the day before, did not, nor did Will. When we finished up, I got a couple of photos of the group. In the first one, I was in the picture, in the middle and slightly behind everyone. With all of the tall mugs that run with me, I look like a super short dude! Now, I am not tall or anything, but I am at least 5’9″,  and in fact, was measured earlier this same day at 5’10”, albeit with shoes on.

Brent Wallace, Max Roethig, Lucas Muniz, Joe MacGown, Will Kallfelz, and Joseph MacGown

Brent Wallace, Max Roethig, Lucas Muniz, Joe MacGown, Will Kallfelz, and Joseph MacGown

The next picture shows these guys without me in the picture. This makes the guys look like normal people rather than abnormal freaks. They actually are abnormal freaks, so its good that I got the first photo.

Brent Wallace, Max Roethig, Lucas Muniz,  Will Kallfelz, and Joseph MacGown

Brent Wallace, Max Roethig, Lucas Muniz, Will Kallfelz, and Joseph MacGown

 

Thursday, 4pm easy run with Joseph at a casual 7:30 mile pace. Albert (Bert) Hart joined us for some of the run. Nice to have that trippy bubble dancing joker out there! Pretty nice day, but warm! Followed the run up by heading downtown to the Starkville Area Arts Council sponsored art show entitled “Mississippi.” I had three pieces of art in the show.

Friday, no run today. But, several sets of pullups (10-15 reps), pushups (61-75 reps each set), dumbell curls and military presses (40 lb dumbbells, 10-15 reps), and crunches and other ab things. Not bad at all.

Saturday, Headed to Tupelo, MS with Joseph for the Gumtree 10k. The weather was iffy, with scattered storms in the forecast. As it turned out, the storms moved out of the region quicker than expected and it was basically just hot and humid! Yep. Saw lots of buds there such Bert the bubble dancer Hart, Mad Chad Anderson, Greg Grimes, Robert Scribner, Houston and Meggan Franks, Ian “Mr. Happy” Prester and his family, and many others. Lots of super duper fast folks here today with Kenyans and the like. And, a big crowd in general.

Julie and Josesph

Julie and Josesph

Ian Prester the Jester

Ian Prester the Jester

Mad Dog Chad Anderson

Mad Dog Chad Anderson

Greg Grimes and family

Greg Grimes and family

 

This was a somewhat emotional race, as a serious tornado swept through this area a couple of weeks ago, which devastated parts of town including homes along the 10k route! The race director talked about this as the race was about to get underway.

Race about to start

Race about to start

NathanHallPushing

Nathan Hall of Tupelo and another crazy joker wearing a tutu pushing kids.

As the race got going, I headed over to the arts festival to check out the art. Always good stuff here. Chatted with a few artsy jokers. I saw several booths of art that I really liked. I especially like the trippy whimsical paintings of Nicole Gladden (www.nicolegladdenart.com) and works by Chris Warner (www.hcwarner.com), but also liked lots of other art here.

Nicole Gladden with her art

Nicole Gladden with her art

After perusing the art for about 20 minutes, I headed back toward the 10k finish line. We were all hoping that Tupelo native and elite runner Robert Scribner would win today, and having run a 29:45 here three years ago, this was not out of the question. He is undeniably in great shape right now and running well. But, the field was just too deep today and he ended up with 6th place overall with a 30:45 or so, still good enough for some cash. The winner, a Kenyan dude, clocked a 29:49, which was actually probably better than it sounds, given the humidity and heat this morn. Apparently, this feller has run sub 28 recently. According to Coach Houston Franks, most of the elite runners ran at least one and up to two minutes slow today.

Top 8 males with Robert Scribner in 6th place.

Top 8 males with Robert Scribner in 6th place.

Speaking of good running, Houston ran a 34:22 today to win the Masters division (40 and over) beating out former Ole Miss star Bo Boatner who ran just over 35 minutes.

Houston Franks

Houston Franks

Top three master males with Bo Boatner (center) coming in 2nd and Houston Franks (right) coming in 1st

Top three master males with Bo Boatner (center) coming in 2nd and Houston Franks (right) coming in 1st

Joseph did not exactly kill it today with his 35:42, but easily won the 15-19 male age group by at least 4 minutes.

Joseph finishing

Joseph finishing

 

top three boys age 14-19, Joseph in center (39 boys in this age group)

top three boys age 14-19, Joseph in center (39 boys in this age group)

Houston’s wife Meggan, an elite runner herself, ran the race slower than her typical time due to be about 6 months pregnant, but still managed to win the 30-34 age group for females! Crazy. I took a picture of her receiving her award, but she was all like, “hell no boy, do not put that online!” And, you don’t mess around when a pregnant momma speaks!  Our new running bud Jim Brown, 35 years old, had another nice race and broke 35 minutes this week. He finished right behind MSU track runner Phillip Johnson. Jim is running well, and even ran a 15:50 5k a couple of weeks ago! Last week Joseph was able to beat this Jim, but today the tables were turned in his home town. Jim is running quite well these days. I got to meet his wife and daughter this morn too, and what a nice little family!

Jim Brown and Phillip Johnson

Jim Brown and Phillip Johnson

 

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Corinth Coca Cola Classic 10k 2014


Monday, no running today, as we had serious storms pass through our area. Tornadoes all over the place, some that created devastating damage to some homes just a few miles away. Brick homes, wood siding homes, single story, two story, etc. Flattened. Random paths of destruction. I was fortunate, as were most others, that the worst of the storms basically circumvented the town I live in. We got wind, lotsof rain, and good sized hail, but that was about it. Needless to say, we did not get our afternoon run in. Joseph and I did get in an upper body workout though.

Tuesday, the day started out pretty, the calm after the storm deal I suppose. I actually found bits of debris in my yard that was blown from probably 30 miles away in Louisville, MS where the storm was really bad. Despite the beautiful morning, the forecast was calling for another round of bad weather later that afternoon. Joseph needed a run, so we decided to go early in the afternoon before the weather got bad. After seeing the results from the tornadoes the day before, the university where I work (Mississippi State University) decided it would be prudent to close the university at noon, giving time for folks to get home if needed, and also to not have students walking to and from classes. This allowed me to join Joseph at 2 pm as he did a fartlek run. I paced him on the bike and after he got in a mile plus warmup, he did two sets of 4 minutes hard, 3 minutes easy, 3 minutes hard, 2 minutes easy, 1 minute hard, 3 minutes easy, then repeat. It was still quite hot when we started, but by the end of the run, temps were dipping and the wind started coming in. Finished up just before the rain came in.

Wednesday, we met Brent, Max, Lucas, and Ravi at 4 pm for a nice run through the campus looping about here and there. Ravi does not always go with us as our “easy” runs are slightly faster than he has been going lately. When I say lately, I mean, when he has time, he move along fine, like sub 4:30 mile type fine.  We worked together to keep him with us until he branched off to his apartment complex near the campus. With mile he ran to get to where we started, he got in 5 miles total at about 7:30 pace. So, I guess we were with him about 4 miles, some of which were at a decent pace.

Ravi

Ravi

After about another half mile, Lucas and Joseph branched off so they could get in 8 miles. Max, Brent, and I headed back and got in 5.5 miles total at an average pace of 7:14. This time was a little off, because we stopped or slowed briefly a couple of time in our efforts to keep Ravi with the group. Also, as usual, are first mile was slower, about 7:41. But, for example, the 2nd mile was 6:58. The last mile was pretty decent, and especially the final half mile, which was 5:55 pace! Its fun running with these mugs, and the many others I have had the opportunity to run with over the years. One thing they all seem to have in common is being a bunch of silly goobers.

Lucas and me

Lucas and me

Ravi, Max, me, Brent, and Joseph

Ravi, Max, me, Brent, and Joseph

Lucas, Max, Brent, Ravi, and Joseph

Lucas, Max, Brent, Ravi, and Joseph

Joseph, Ravi, and Brent

Joseph, Ravi, and Brent

Brent and Ravi

Brent and Ravi

Brent, Lucas, Max, Ravi, and Joseph

Brent, Lucas, Max, Ravi, and Joseph

Thursday, Started the day  with a few pushups and crunches, but really, it was a feeble effort. Man, I was wiped out. Too many recent late nights getting ready for art shows. Not enough sleep!

Another afternoon run with Brent and Lucas in the afternoon. Robert Morgan his friend Grant Weesner also joined us today. We did our favorite six mile run through campus and town. Pretty day, lots of folks were out running today! Robert and Grant started out with us, and I guess Grant was a bit slower today, so Robert slowed up a bit to run with him. The other three kept the pace the rest of the way slow enough for me to keep up, and we averaged about 7:09 for the six miles, with again the first mile being a bit slower. Nice run!

Robert Morgan and Grant Weesner

Robert Morgan and Grant Weesner

Following the run, we checked out the MSU Senior graphic design show. Very nice. Lots of folks in attendance too! Followed that with an awesome pasta dinner at City Bagel with Joseph, Brent and Max. I got some spicy crawfish and shrimp pasta. I must admit, it was awesome!

Friday,  I did a better upper body/core workout this morn to make up for the crappy one the day before. No running or biking today, as I had lots to dot to get ready for the art exhibition I will be having with Joseph and Laurie Burton on Saturday night. Joseph pretty much took it easy today too, as he wants to be fresh for the Corinth Coke Classic 10k coming up tomorrow!

Saturday, I got up early, like before 5 AM, like 4 AM. Got Joseph up at 5 AM, then 10 minutes later we headed to Corinth, MS for the Coke Classic 10k. A nice 2 hour drive. Big race with good runners. They basically cap the race at 1500 runners. Local awesome running dude Robert Scribner was going too, and with his speed and conditioning, he had an excellent chance of winning. Joseph was hoping to run low 34’s at least, which would fit with what he has been doing training wise. He was pretty tired though, and seemed to have some stomach issue early. I was tired too. Had a hard time sleeping. Oh well. I was not going to run anyway!

Beautiful morn for a race with temps at start time in mid 50’s, but sunny. Not too windy, which was nice. This is a fairly hilly course with lots of turns, so any little thing in the favor of the runner is welcome here. Before the race we ran into our bud Ian Prester! Man, that dude is always happy! Ian ended up with 4th place in the 20-24 male age group!

Ian getting his award

Ian getting his award

Right before the race we ran into Robert Scribner who was doing some strides, looking good! A couple of Kenyans were there as well, looking for prize money! In this race, the top five male and female, top masters, top grandmasters, and even the top 3 in each age group about 25 get cash awards (provided they are eligible to receive cash awards-no money for Joseph, obviously).

Anyway, the race got going and then it was a matter of wait and see who came in.

 

start of race...

start of race…

First place ended up going to one of the Kenyans, Patrick Cheptoek, at 30:10, then 2nd to Robert Scribner at 30:42,  3rd to the other Kenyan dude, Joseph Chebet, 31:17, then a good bit back at 35:06 was Joseph in 4th place. He was followed by Jim Brown of Tupelo in 5th place at 35:28 or maybe Bo Boatner, who’s chip time was 35:23, but who finished later. They ended giving the Masters Award to Bo anyway, since he is old and stuff. So, Jim was the fifth one way or another! Top five finish for Joseph was great. Nice. This was a sucky time for Joseph who has been doing tempos and even long runs this year faster than this at times, but, even so, 4th place. He was basically in no-mans land the entire race running between three elites and the rest of the 1500 runners. I would and he would have liked a better time though, even though there is no way he would have improved his place in the race. Also, as slow as this was for him, it was still good enough to break the MS 17 year old 10 record. So, now he has the 10k records for ages 15, 16, and 17! Cool. Next week we will be at another nice 10k race in Tupelo, MS where hopefully he can improve on this time. This  was his first 10k since the Gumtree race last May when he ran a 34:40.

Top five at Coke Classic today. Joseph Chebet (3rd), Robert Louis Scribner (2nd), Patrick Cheptoek (1st), Joseph H. MacGown (4th), and Jim Brown (5th).

Top five at Coke Classic today. Joseph Chebet (3rd), Robert Louis Scribner (2nd), Patrick Cheptoek (1st), Joseph H. MacGown (4th), and Jim Brown (5th).

lots of people around post race....

lots of people around post race….

 

 

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