CCHS cadets mark 100th JROTC anniversary with 5K


Carroll County High School Army Junior Officers Reserve Training Corps (JROTC) cadets begin their 5K run at Hillsville Elementary School recently. The group hosted the JROTC 100th Anniversary 5K Fun Run. Cadets simultaneously around the world ran at 1500 Greenwich meantime in an attempt to set a world record. The event was viewed as an opportunity for cadets to be a part of history and support students striving to be better citizens.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

JROTC Cadet Alanna Underwood prints the name of a local veteran on a runner’s bib. Twenty vets service was honored by cadets who wore the names during the 5K. A cadet Early Learning Project collected three truck-loads of food for the VFW Post 1115 Veteran Food Pantry.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

Cadet Tyler Barrett carries the Carroll County JROTC banner across the finish line Saturday at Hillsville Elementary School. The 5K run marked the 100th anniversary of JROTC. Barrett ran the course in 19:01. Israel Bautista was second at 19:41 and Wesley Grimes was the third male runner, clocking in at 20:50.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

Carroll County JROC Cadet Sydney Haynes was the first female runner across the finish line Saturday at the JROTC 100th Anniversary Fun Run/Walk. Haynes ran the course in 21:42. Sadie Golding was second with 23:51 and Kaitlyn Edmonds was third with 24.19. The course was five laps around Hillsville Elementary and a final lap looping along the front of the school. Fifty-five cadets participated.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

Carroll County High School Army JROTC cadets stand with 1,150 food items collected for the VFW Veteran’s Food Pantry. The winning class at CCHS was Brandi Cochran-Mitchell’s first block class, who collected a total of 541 items. The group hosted a JROTC 100th Anniversary 5K Fun Run on April 23. Cadets simultaneously around the world ran at 1500 Greenwich meantime in an attempt to set a world record.


Submitted photo | CCHS Army JROTC

Carroll County High School Army Junior Officers Reserve Training Corps (JROTC) cadets begin their 5K run at Hillsville Elementary School recently. The group hosted the JROTC 100th Anniversary 5K Fun Run. Cadets simultaneously around the world ran at 1500 Greenwich meantime in an attempt to set a world record. The event was viewed as an opportunity for cadets to be a part of history and support students striving to be better citizens.

Carroll County High School Army Junior Officers Reserve Training Corps (JROTC) cadets begin their 5K run at Hillsville Elementary School recently. The group hosted the JROTC 100th Anniversary 5K Fun Run. Cadets simultaneously around the world ran at 1500 Greenwich meantime in an attempt to set a world record. The event was viewed as an opportunity for cadets to be a part of history and support students striving to be better citizens.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TCN042716JROTCRun1.jpgCarroll County High School Army Junior Officers Reserve Training Corps (JROTC) cadets begin their 5K run at Hillsville Elementary School recently. The group hosted the JROTC 100th Anniversary 5K Fun Run. Cadets simultaneously around the world ran at 1500 Greenwich meantime in an attempt to set a world record. The event was viewed as an opportunity for cadets to be a part of history and support students striving to be better citizens. David Broyles | The Carroll News

JROTC Cadet Alanna Underwood prints the name of a local veteran on a runner’s bib. Twenty vets service was honored by cadets who wore the names during the 5K. A cadet Early Learning Project collected three truck-loads of food for the VFW Post 1115 Veteran Food Pantry.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TCN042716JROTCRun2.jpgJROTC Cadet Alanna Underwood prints the name of a local veteran on a runner’s bib. Twenty vets service was honored by cadets who wore the names during the 5K. A cadet Early Learning Project collected three truck-loads of food for the VFW Post 1115 Veteran Food Pantry. David Broyles | The Carroll News

Cadet Tyler Barrett carries the Carroll County JROTC banner across the finish line Saturday at Hillsville Elementary School. The 5K run marked the 100th anniversary of JROTC. Barrett ran the course in 19:01. Israel Bautista was second at 19:41 and Wesley Grimes was the third male runner, clocking in at 20:50.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TCN042716JROTCRun3.jpgCadet Tyler Barrett carries the Carroll County JROTC banner across the finish line Saturday at Hillsville Elementary School. The 5K run marked the 100th anniversary of JROTC. Barrett ran the course in 19:01. Israel Bautista was second at 19:41 and Wesley Grimes was the third male runner, clocking in at 20:50. David Broyles | The Carroll News

Carroll County JROC Cadet Sydney Haynes was the first female runner across the finish line Saturday at the JROTC 100th Anniversary Fun Run/Walk. Haynes ran the course in 21:42. Sadie Golding was second with 23:51 and Kaitlyn Edmonds was third with 24.19. The course was five laps around Hillsville Elementary and a final lap looping along the front of the school. Fifty-five cadets participated.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TCN042716JROTCRun4.jpgCarroll County JROC Cadet Sydney Haynes was the first female runner across the finish line Saturday at the JROTC 100th Anniversary Fun Run/Walk. Haynes ran the course in 21:42. Sadie Golding was second with 23:51 and Kaitlyn Edmonds was third with 24.19. The course was five laps around Hillsville Elementary and a final lap looping along the front of the school. Fifty-five cadets participated. David Broyles | The Carroll News

Carroll County High School Army JROTC cadets stand with 1,150 food items collected for the VFW Veteran’s Food Pantry. The winning class at CCHS was Brandi Cochran-Mitchell’s first block class, who collected a total of 541 items. The group hosted a JROTC 100th Anniversary 5K Fun Run on April 23. Cadets simultaneously around the world ran at 1500 Greenwich meantime in an attempt to set a world record.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TCN050416JROTCRun5.jpgCarroll County High School Army JROTC cadets stand with 1,150 food items collected for the VFW Veteran’s Food Pantry. The winning class at CCHS was Brandi Cochran-Mitchell’s first block class, who collected a total of 541 items. The group hosted a JROTC 100th Anniversary 5K Fun Run on April 23. Cadets simultaneously around the world ran at 1500 Greenwich meantime in an attempt to set a world record. Submitted photo | CCHS Army JROTC
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