The 40th annual B.O.S.S. Summer Run 5K and 1-Mile Elementary Fun Run took place Saturday morning at Lions Park in West Liberty.
The race was founded in 1977 by former West Liberty-Salem cross country coach and Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches Hall of Famer Ken Lehman. More than 180 runners participated in this year’s event, one of the longest standing road races in Ohio.
Former Olympic trial marathon runner Thomas Lentz of Cincinnati was the overall winner of the 5K and men’s race with a record time of 16:39.3. Aaron Scott came in second (16:40.4) and Logan Brown was third (16:49.1).
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