The first sporting event of 2018 in Lompoc took place on the first day of the New Year – the Resolution Run through the city of Lompoc’s Recreation Division.
The event brought out competitive runners as young as 5 to as old as 70 years old at the Riverbend Fitness Trail on Jan. 1.
Kaitlyn Greenwood claimed first place among the 13-year-olds with her time of 22:01 in the 5K run. Kristina Greenwood won first in the 19-year-old group with her finish of 18:44.
Erin Hendricks, 36, won first in her group with her time of 28:17. Abbi Mars, 42, took first with her finish of 33:27 while Fran Zimmerman, 69, won in her group with a time of 34:48.
On the male side, Cesar Ayuso was the youngest winner there – as the 17-year-old accelerated to a first place time of 17:20. Brad Beal, 36, won his race with a time of 26:04.
Other first place winners include Mark Greenwood (53, 23:10), Wayne Davis (65, 32:08) and Brian Scally (70, 40:37).
First Responders Night set
Lompoc High wrestling is planning to honor the area first responders on Jan. 10 as the Braves take on Cabrillo.
The first annual “First Responders Night” is inviting veterans, active duty military and first responders to Bryan Ayer Court to watch both high school teams compete on the mat for free.
For more information, contact LHS wrestling assistant coach Fred Hayes at (805) 315-3074.