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East Moriches Brother, Sister Were First Place Male, Female Finishers In Jordan’s Run

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The fourth annual Jordan's Run took place in Sag Harbor on Sunday.    RON ESPOSITO

The fourth annual Jordan's Run took place in Sag Harbor on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Robert Zimardo, 72, of Greenport, running in Jordan's Run.    RON ESPOSITO

Robert Zimardo, 72, of Greenport, running in Jordan's Run. RON ESPOSITO

The fourth annual Jordan's Run took place in Sag Harbor on Sunday.    RON ESPOSITO

The fourth annual Jordan's Run took place in Sag Harbor on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

The fourth annual Jordan's Run took place in Sag Harbor on Sunday.    RON ESPOSITO

The fourth annual Jordan's Run took place in Sag Harbor on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Serge Avramenko of Southampton placed second.  RON ESPOSITO

Serge Avramenko of Southampton placed second. RON ESPOSITO

Gregory Waxman of Malverne raises the flag high as he crosses LCpl Jordan C. Haerter Veterans' Memorial Bridge.   RON ESPOSITO

Gregory Waxman of Malverne raises the flag high as he crosses LCpl Jordan C. Haerter Veterans' Memorial Bridge. RON ESPOSITO

Serge Avramenko of Southampton placed second.  RON ESPOSITO

Serge Avramenko of Southampton placed second. RON ESPOSITO

Rose Hayes was the first female to cross the finish line of Jordan's Run on Sunday.   RON ESPOSITO

Rose Hayes was the first female to cross the finish line of Jordan's Run on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Gregory Waxman of Malverne raises the flag high as he crosses LCpl Jordan C. Haerter Veterans' Memorial Bridge.   RON ESPOSITO

Gregory Waxman of Malverne raises the flag high as he crosses LCpl Jordan C. Haerter Veterans' Memorial Bridge. RON ESPOSITO

Runners cross over the LCpl Jordan C. Haerter Veterans' Memorial Bridge.    RON ESPOSITO

Runners cross over the LCpl Jordan C. Haerter Veterans' Memorial Bridge. RON ESPOSITO

A youngster takes part in the activities.   RON ESPOSITO

A youngster takes part in the activities. RON ESPOSITO

Bill Quinn, 73, of Ridge takes part in Jordan's Run.   RON ESPOSITO

Bill Quinn, 73, of Ridge takes part in Jordan's Run. RON ESPOSITO

John Escalante, far left, and Andrew Dalbey and another runner take part in Jordan's Run.   RON ESPOSITO.

John Escalante, far left, and Andrew Dalbey and another runner take part in Jordan's Run. RON ESPOSITO.

Runners cross the bridge.   RON ESPOSITO

Runners cross the bridge. RON ESPOSITO

East Moriches resident and Westhampton Beach High School rising senior Trevor Hayes won Jordan's Run on Sunday.   RON ESPOSITO

East Moriches resident and Westhampton Beach High School rising senior Trevor Hayes won Jordan's Run on Sunday. RON ESPOSITO

Kris Vinski on Aug 2, 2022
Brother and sister teens from East Moriches were the first place male and female finishers in the annual Jordan’s Run fundraiser street race in Sag Harbor Sunday morning — the... more

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