Sacred Heart students cap Race for Education

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Posted: May 3, 2013

The Winchester Star

Nate Scofield of Winchester (right) and Christian Crenshaw of Slainsville, W.Va., both first-graders at Sacred Heart Academy, asked to be squirted but instead got a soaking as they run a half-mile course at the school Thursday as part of the Race for Education. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
BELOW: Kindergarten student Logan Johnson runs in the fundraiser, which was a big success. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
BELOW LEFT: Sacred Heart kindergartner Jacqueline Dobersztyn (front) gets high-fives from older students during the run.
LEFT: About 180 students at Sacred Heart Academy in Winchester raised more than $18,000 in their Race for Education Thursday at the school. The students ran a half-mile course as many times as they could in an hour.

WINCHESTER — About 100 elementary students at Sacred Heart Academy took off at a dead sprint Thursday during the school’s fourth annual Race for Education.

By the half-mile point, some were beginning…

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