Jamestown High senior Andrew Richards was the top male finisher at the Jamestown Swamp 5K, and William and Mary senior and Toms River, N.J., native Krissa Loretto was the top female finisher.
Richards finished in 16:23, just 12 seconds slower than the Swamp Run men’s 15-19 age-group record of 16:11, set by former Jamestown Eagle Andrew Mearns.
Loretto ran a time of 19:37, edging six-time CRR Grand Prix champion and recent Virginia Peninsula Road Racing Hall of Fame inductee Jennifer Quarles of Williamsburg by seven seconds.
Chalkboard Chase 6K
Chris Reoyo of Newport News was the top men’s finisher at the first annual Chalkboard Chase 6K at the Mariners’ Museum in Newport News. Reoyo finished in 19:48.
Mercedes Castillo-D’Amico of Newport News was the top female in 26:16.
The Norfolk Admirals beat Hershey 4-1 Saturday before a big Scope crowd of 7,319 to complete a two-game sweep of the Bears.
The Admirals closed to within three points of Manchester and Connecticut, who share eighth place in the Eastern Conference. Eight East teams will qualify for the playoffs.
The Admirals (27-26-4-1) put only 19 shots on goal, but No. 2 star Patrick Maroon scored on two of them, including an empty-netter with 1:20 remaining. No. 3 star Jordan Hendry added two assists.
The No. 1 star was Norfolk goalie Frederik Andersen, a Dane who made 23 saves to drop Hershey to 28-23-3-5.