Sports briefs for the week of Dec. 22:




Family 5K walk/run to benefit Wellness Community

Moore impresses at HBCU All-Star Bowl

FITNESS
Family 5K walk/run to benefit Wellness Community
The Second Annual Family Fun 5K Walk/Run to benefit The Wellness Community-Delaware begins with registration at 9 a.m., Kiddie K race at 9:55 a.m. and race at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 1, at Buffalo Wild Wings, 680 Bay Road, Dover.
TriSports Events Management will put on the event and provide complete online race results. The track runs along a flat, scenic, rural landscape of the St. Jones Isaac Branch Trail.
The cost of registration is $18 per person until Saturday, Dec. 25, at www.trisportsevents.com, and $20 the day of the race, and free for kids ages 10 and younger. Registration forms can be printed from www.wellnessdelaware.org and mailed to The Wellness Community, 812 S. Bradford St., Dover, DE 19904.
Awards will be given to the overall male, female and master winners; the top-three male and female runners in 10-year age groups from 14 and younger to 70 and older; top-three male and female walkers; and all Kiddie K finishers.
For more information, call Ray Parker at 674-3212 or visit www.trisportsevents.com.

FOOTBALL
Moore impresses at HBCU All-Star Bowl
Larrone Moore, a wide receiver/kick returner at Delaware State University, ran a 4.38 in the 40-yard-dash at the 2010 Russell Athletic HBCU All-Star Bowl combine.
Moore led the entire Division 1AA in kick return average yards and was considered the fastest player in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in 2010. In addition, he was named a second-team all-MEAC player for kick returns.
He stands 6-feet tall, 185 pounds and due to his speed is receiving interest from numerous NFL teams.