Congratulations to 59-year-old CRR Bill Rose, who won the 2018 Trail Creek Series, as he scored the most cumulative points (100) of any male participant in the series of five off-road 10K races.
In series scoring, 30 points were awarded for a first-place finish, 29 points for 2nd, 28 points for 3rd, etc. Rose scored 10, 16, 24, 25, and 25 points in the five races, respectively, which took place between March 4 and June 23. The second-place finisher earned a total of 89 points. Rose received a $200 prize for winning the series.
Held on measured cross-country courses in both Pennsylvania and Delaware, races in the 10K series include the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance, Beau Biden Foundation Memorial Trail Run, Enoch Lee Race to Save the World, The Land Conservancy Stateline Woods Run for Conservation, and Chasin’ for Chalfin.