2nd Annual Decatur Way 5K Date Set

BERLIN- The second annual Decatur Way 5K, benefiting Stephen Decatur High School and the Decatur Athletic Boosters, is set for Saturday, September 27 at the Berlin school.

Produced by OC Tri Running, The Decatur Way 5K is a fun run open to runners of all ages and skill levels with the proceeds benefiting the high school and its athletic boosters. The course begins and ends at Decatur High School and the event gets started on the morning of September 27 at 9 a.m.

Runners from the individual classes at Decatur competed against each other along with teachers and staff members, parents and other supporters and running enthusiasts. For the record, Thomas Yinger won the first-ever Decatur Way 5K last year, finishing in 18:17.4. Rounding out the overall top 10 were Parker McIntosh, Zach Elmer, Jake Gaddis, Joseph Stigler, Kevin Herbert, Fiona Halbritter, Justin Zangwill, Sean Rolleston and Jared Massey.

Advanced registration before through September 22 is $25, while late registration after September 3 is $30. Participants can also sign up the day of the race at Decatur High School. For more information or to register, visit octrirunning.com.

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