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Tigers' Osborne wraps up road race
By LARRY BUGG
Published August 28, 2005
BROOKSVILLE - Jesuit's James Osborne and St. Petersburg's Christa Benton took top honors Saturday morning in the Red Mule 5K Run at McKethan Lake.
Osborne won the overall men's title in 15:33, beating Lee Stephens (15:48), a former standout at Land O'Lakes and Florida Southern.
Benton, a former standout at Keswick Christian and the University of South Florida, was the top woman in 17:30. She finished 18th overall. Jacki Wachtel, a former standout at River Ridge and the new girls cross country coach at Pasco-Hernando Community College, finished second in 18:07.
Four other county residents finished in the top 10: Tampa's Phil Scrivner (fourth, 16:03), Tampa's Connor Revord (fifth, 16:14), Riverview's Cade Rivard (ninth, 16:59) and Tampa's Louis Rufo (10th, 17:03).