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Photo Gallery: Fearless 5K in North Park

| Sunday, July 14, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Gerald Caskey of Pine Township speaks to the runners prior to the start of the Fearless 5K, run in honor of his son, Marine Corps Sgt. Joseph D. Caskey of West View, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. The third annual race was June 29, 2013, in North Park.
Craig Rupe of Cortland, Ohio, takes first place in the Fearless 5K, run in honor of Marine Corps Sgt. Joseph D. Caskey of West View, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. The third annual race was June 29, 2013, in North Park.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Shannon Gaghan and Molly Gaghan, 9, both of West View, cross the finish line during the Fearless 5K, run in honor of Marine Corps Sgt. Joseph D. Caskey of West View, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. The third annual race was June 29, 2013, in North Park.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Brett Hoffman, 16, of Ross Township finished in third place in the Fearless 5K, run in honor of Marine Corps Sgt. Joseph D. Caskey of West View, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. The third annual race was June 29, 2013, in North Park.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Sarah Olesnevich of Allison Park crosses the finish line during the Fearless 5K, run in honor of Marine Corps Sgt. Joseph D. Caskey of West View, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. The third annual race was June 29, 2013, in North Park.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Seth Murray of Cranberry Township involves his children in a race by pushing Owen Murray, 3, and Marlowe Murray, 2, in a stroller during the Fearless 5K, run in honor of Marine Corps Sgt. Joseph D. Caskey of West View, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. The third annual race was June 29, 2013, in North Park.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Stephen Knott, 17, of Ross Township crosses the finish line during the Fearless 5K, run in honor of Marine Corps Sgt. Joseph D. Caskey of West View, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010. The third annual race was June 29, 2013, in North Park.

The third annual Fearless 5K was run June 29 in North Park.

The race honors the memory of Marine Corps Sgt. Joseph D. Caskey, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2010.

It raises money for the Semper Fi Fund, which aids injured members of the military and their families.

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