Tuesday Oct 11 2011 comments Run for Courage By: by Anne Stokes -A +A Anne Stokes/The TelegraphMembers of "Team Stop Traffic", Jodie Tollefson of Folsom [middle with sign], Amanda Burstiner of El Dorado Hills, and Rock Love of Sacramento raised the third largest group of runners for the event, with more than 20 racers participating. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphRunner Talitha Steivers, of Carmichael, refuels after running the 5K race. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphVolunteers Annie Rivera, Nou Xiong, and Ally Chan of Sac State's Alpha Phi Omega sorority hand out water to racers. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphThe top finishers in each race and age group received medals for their efforts. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphMother and daughter Robin and Haley Hoagland of El Dorado Hills together after finishing the 5K race. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphThe Dengler family of El Dorado Hills ran the 5K race together: Luke, age 12, Claire, age 8, Michelle, Matthans, and Jack, age 10 get a commemorative family photo together after finishing the 5K race. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphDavid Bryant gets a congratulatory hug from his fellow El Dorado Music Theatre members Kaileen Teter and Andrew Wilson after finishing his race. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphScott Din of Folsom and Tracey Dao of El Grove ran together. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphThe Dengler family of El Dorado Hills ran the 5K race together: Michelle, Claire, age 8, and Matthans. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphKaren O'Conner of Rocklin finishes the 5K race. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphMembers of the El Dorado Musical Theatre cheer on racers at the finish line. [L-R:] Avery Speel, 13 of EDH, Alexis Vasile, 13 of EDH, Samantha Teter, 18 of EDH, Kaileen Teter, 19 of Cameron Park, Andrew Wilson, 15 of Shingle Springs, and Zack Wilson, 11 of EDH. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphJed Soliz, of Carmichael, ran the 5K race and was the first racer to finish. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphVolunteer Scott Zito, of El Dorado Hills, helps put out post-race snacks and refreshments for runners. Anne Stokes/The TelegraphSupporters start their Run for Courage race to raise money and awareness of sex trafficking.