Union Hill Empire Mine Run
October 8, 2012
At the 15th annual Union Hill Empire Mine Run, more than 340 elementary and junior high runners competed for precious medals at a state park known for yielding gold.
Seventeen Nevada and Placer County schools competed in the mile-long course, featuring several heats based on age groups with medals going to the top 10 finishers from each group.
At right: Kyah Montgomery came in first in the fourth-grade girls race.
For more photos and video of the event, visit http://www.TheUnion.com and click on this story.
— Photos for The Union by John Hart
Recommended Stories For You
Trending In: Sports
- GIVING BACK: Annual Lake Wildwood golf fundraiser aids injured vets
- TRACK & FIELD: Sierra Gold athletes shine at National Masters Track and Field Championships
- YOUTH SWIMMING: Northern Sierra makes splash in Redding
- ALUMNI: Nevada Union volleyball great Ali Daley McColloch ready for new challenge
- GOLF: Music in the Mountains tourney turns 25
- UPDATE: 1 charged with murder in Penn Valley death
- Woman kidnapped from Alta Sierra home, Nevada County authorities say
- Top 10 ways you know you’re a Grass Valley/Nevada City local
- Nevada City police: Suspect found with suspected drugs, $17K in cash
- Nevada County authorities say bones found near Lake Spaulding belong to Ruendi Ibarra, 26, of Stockton