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A Wicked Run that’s Wicked Fun!

October 14, 2018 | 8:30 AM Registration 10:00 AM Start | Location: Holy Cross Cemetery

The Monster Scramble is a 5K/10K Halloween-themed run for everyone. Come be a part of this awesome event and help change the world for people with MS.

The event includes a chip-timed 5K and 10K course, a one-mile trick-or-treat walk for kids of all ages, rest stops along the way, and Halloween-themed arts and crafts for kids. Awards will be given out to top finishers of the 5K and 10K races, as well as for the best individual, child, and group costumes.

See you at the start line!

Date: Sunday, October 14, 2018

  • Bib Pick Up and Event Day Registration: 8:30 a.m.
  • Race Start: 10:00 a.m.
  • Location: Holy Cross Cemetery, 2900 South Park Ave., Lackawanna, NY 14218
  • Recognition and Awards: Awards will be given out for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place male and female runners for both the 5K and 10K. Costume prizes will be given out to the best dressed adult, child, and group costumes.
  • T-shirts: The first 700 registrants will receive an event t-shirt.
  • All routes are accessible for pushed wheelchairs. No pets allowed.
  • The event will go on rain or shine!

Still have questions? Check out race FAQs.

Registration Fees:

Runners:
  • $25 - Opening - 9/3/2018
  • $30 - 9/4/2018 - 10/11/2018
  • $35 - 10/14/2018 (Day of Event)

Walkers:
  • $5 - Opening - 9/3/2018
  • $10 - 9/4/2018 - 10/11/2018
  • $15 - 10/14/2018 (Day of Event)

Progress: 41.8619%

Goal $35,000.00 Achieved $14,651.67

Top Teams

  1 -  Alyssa's MonSharks ($2,860.00)
  2 -  STOP MS'ing with us! ($2,279.00)
  3 -  Kidbrowne sunset catchers ($1,490.00)
  4 -  Schulz's Army ($1,440.00)
  5 -  Don't MS With Us ($1,165.00)

Top Participants

  1 -  John Marchese ($1,160.00)
  2 -  Margaret Browne ($1,050.00)
  3 -  Kristen Mietus ($930.00)
  4 -  Jordan Alejandro ($870.00)
  5 -  Tonya Nickerson ($500.00)

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