PRCA Mud Run 1
Eighth-grader Camron Vick makes his way through a water- and mud-filled trough obstacle called “The Dead Sea” at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy Friday during the Mud Run fundraiser.
PRCA Mud Run 2
Pusch Ridge Christian Academy freshman Shelby Harris makes a splash as she enters a pit of water.
PRCA Mud Run 3
Holding hands and skipping, a group of students make their way down the final stretch of the Mud Run fundraiser at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy.
PRCA Mud Run 4
Seventh-graders Victoria Guzman-Grass, left, and Mackenzey Smith make their way through a trough filled with water as they cross the finish line.
PRCA Mud Run 5
Students brace themselves as they enter a wall of water sprayed from a fire hose at the start of one of the many waves of runners in the Mud Run.
PRCA Mud Run 6
Students at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy make their way toward, and over bales of hay.
PRCA Mud Run 7
Pusch Ridge Christian Academy sophomore Connor Reilly leaps head first onto an inflatable slide, one of the many obstacles on the Mud Run course at the school during its fundraiser last week.
Posted: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 4:00 am
Students from Pusch Ridge Christian Academy, faculty and members of the community participated in a Mud Run fundraiser on March 2.
Sponsored in part by Discount Tire, the Mud Run featured a muddy two-mile obstacle course that circled the school, with members of the Golder Ranch Fire District hosing them down at the starting line.
While participants were having fun, the event was for a good cause.
Through three separate events, including the Mud Run, Pusch Ridge has raised about $100,000.
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Wednesday, March 7, 2012 4:00 am.