Tyler Muse won for the fourth time, and Adria Pirozzi, for the first in leading a field of 1,330 runners in the 19th annual Turkey Trot 5K in Bel Air on Thanksgiving Day.
The race was the largest of six Thanksgiving 5Ks in the region put on by the YMCA of Central Maryland and drawing a total of 5,090 runners.
Muse, who recently completed his senior cross-country season at Wilmington University, toured the Ma&Pa Trail course in 15:44, 26 seconds faster than when he won last year.
He finished 35 seconds ahead of his nearest challenger, Cody Borders of Abingdon. It was a youthful field, perhaps more so than usual, with teen runners taking 23 of the first 40...