Here are the results from the Cameron Invitational:
3. Rubio, Rockdale, 16:19; 14. Flores, Milano, 18:48; 15. Walton, Milano, 19:06; 26. Grimes, Milano, 20:02; 27. Costilla, Rockdale, 17:52; 32. Pugh, Milano, 20:37; 35. Steinbecker, Milano, 20:55; 54. Gonzalez, Rockdale, 19:16.
4. Butterworth, K., Thorndale, 13:41; 18. Smith, Thorndale, 15:13; 19. Onsot, H., Thorndale, 15:15; 20. Hall, Thorndale, 15:16; 21. Schneider, Thorndale, 15:19; Onsot, F., Thorndale, 15:40; 27. mata, Thorndale, 16:02; 43. Marr, Thorndale, 17:43.
22. Dodd, Milano, 19:26; 48. Paniaqua, Milano, 28:01.
1. Pendergrast, Milano, 14:25; 5. Garcia, Milano, 14:56; 11. Arvizu, Rockdale, 15:11; 22. Pedroza, Milano, 15:51; 26. Ruelas, Milano, 16:14; 27. Jones, Milano, 16:18; 35. Zamora, Rockdale, 16:31; 51. Sanchez, Rockdale, 17:09; 52. Ibarra, Rockdale, 17:18; 69. Byrd, Thorndale, 18:08; 101. Contreras, Rockdale, 21:19.
27. King, Rockdale, 16:17; 35. Hughes, Milano, 17:42.
4th annual Sugarloaf 5K run set for Saturday
SUGARLOAF —The fourth annual Gause Sugarloaf 5K Run/Walk will be held Saturday, Sept. 29.
Everyone is to meet at the Gause ISD Gym, 400 College St. (off FM 2095).
The 3.1 mile race will take you on a senic route from the historical Little River Bridge, past Sugarloaf Mountain and ending back at the Gause ISD gym.
Fee is $20 (T-shirts guaranteed to the first 100 participants registered by Monday, Sept. 24). All proceeds benefit the Gause ISD Booster Club.
Packet pick-up and race day registration will be held from 7:15-7:30 a.m. at the GISD Gym. The 5K run/ walk begins at 8 a.m.
Age groups in the 5K will be junior high boys, junior high girls, high school boys, high school girls, adult men and adult women.
Medals will be awarded for first through sixth places in the youth divisions, with first through third place medals awarded in the adult divisions.
22nd annual Lions Club golf tourney tees Oct. 6
The Rockdale Noon Lions Club’s 22nd annual scholarship scramble golf tournament will be held at the Rockdale Country Club Saturday, Oct. 6.
There will also be a silent auction on Saturday during the tourn a me n t says tourn a me n t chair- man Ron Mont- gomery.
Te ams will be grouped by handicap in a men’s and women’s scramble. Entries are limited to the first 36 players and players 65 years or older will use the senior tees.
Play begins at 8:30 a.m. and there is a sign up sheet at the Country Club.
Entry fee is $70 per player and includes a grilled hamburger lunch and prizes. Two mulligans are available for $5 each. All proceeds benefit the Lions local college scholarship fund.