The first BEATS 5K – a fundraiser for the Azle Band that cleared $5,000 – was conducted May 18.
The fastest runner on the course was Azle High’s state qualifying distance runner, Brian Collard.
The 18-year-old graduating senior sped around the 3.1 miles in 17 minutes, 39 seconds, a 5:41 pace.
The quickest female around the course was Peyton Thomason, 17, who was chip-timed in 23:39.
Lee Warchester, 48, won the men’s masters’ division with a time of 22:37.
The top female master was Linda Frazier, 48, who was timed in 26:29.
Azle police officer Mike Winterrowd ran the race in full uniform.
AHS band members played on select street corners.
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