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Monday, July 4, 2022


School runners dominated the participation in the annual St. Croix Metric Mile Road Race Saturday afternoon on the flat, point-to-point course in Estate Upper Love.
Lawrence Lockhart made it two in a row in the four-race "Run Like the Wind" Road Race Series. His winning time was 4 minutes 10 seconds. Second place went to Lockhart's younger brother, Amali, in 4:40:19; third was Andrew Davidson in 4:40.33; fourth was Ruben Gomez Jr. in 4:46.56 and fifth was Ramon Almistica in 5:01.32.
Most of the high school runners are members of the track team at the St. Croix Educational Complex. Sherma Aurelien was the first place female in 5:21.02; Evalise Gomez second in 5:27.17; third Xiamara Gomez 5:38.50; fourth Earthla Arthur 5:42.85; fifth Jawana Goodwin 5:43.26.
The Finishers Male: 1. Lawrence Lockhart 4:10.04; 2. Amali Lockhart Complex HS 4:40.19; 3. Andrew Davidson Complex HS 4:40.38; 4. Ruben Gomez Complex HS 4:46.56; 5. Ramon Almistica Complex HS 5:01.32; 6. Ernest Jalim Woodson JHS 5:37.74; 7. J'kinde Goodwin STX TC; 6:07.63; 8. Junuru Goodwin STX TC 6:07.63; 9. Eugene Briscoe E.Rivera ES 6:46.27; 10. Justin Hitesman E.Rivera ES 6:47.28; 11. Alex Bradbury 6:51.54; 12. Kent Bradbury 6:52.70; 13. Joshan Lang E.Rivera ES 8:38.57
The Finishers Female: 1. Sherma Aurelien Complex HS 5:21.02; 2. Evalise Gomez Complex HS 5:27.17; 3. Xiamara Gomez Complex HS 5:38.50; 4. Earthla Arthur Complex HS (Teacher) 5:42.85; 5. Jawana Goodwin STX TC 5:43.26; 6. Latoya Samuel Complex HS 6:02.86; 7. J'Kiwa Goodwin STX TC 6:37.46; 8. Tasia Eddy E.Rivera ES 8:01.26; 9. Chetoya Brown E.Rivera ES 8:39.83
The next race on the V.I.Pace Runners schedule is the annual Cane Bay 5 Mile Road Race on Saturday December 16. Race starts at Cane Bay beach at 7 a.m.
For more information call V.I. Pace Runners at 777-0258 or click here.

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