More scenes from the Scarecrow Festival


Cream Camino, an alternative rock band based out of Columbus, Ohio, opened for Orianthi on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022 at the Scarecrow Festival.

Cream Camino, an alternative rock band based out of Columbus, Ohio, opened for Orianthi on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022 at the Scarecrow Festival.


Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photo

The Washington Court House Cheerleaders cheer on the racers as they pass for motivation.


Courtesy photo

Female winners of the 10k. (l-r); Stefan Roberts (1st place), , Monica Holmback (3rd Place), Daniella Chavez (2nd place).


Abby Shrout | Record-Herald photos

Male winners of the 10k. (l-r); Trent Brown (3rd place), Tristan White (2nd place), Victor Churchill (1st place).


Abby Shrout | Record-Herald photos

Female winners of the 5k. (l-r); Makayla Summers (2nd place), Madison Hayes (1st place), Erin Perkins (3rd place).


Abby Shrout | Record-Herald photos

Male winners of the Scarecrow 5k race on Saturday in Washington C.H. (l-r); Keith Burns (3rd place), Christopher Hayes (1st place), Logan Vanlandingham (2nd place).


Abby Shrout | Record-Herald photos

Cream Camino, an alternative rock band based out of Columbus, Ohio, opened for Orianthi on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022 at the Scarecrow Festival.

The Washington Court House Cheerleaders cheer on the racers as they pass for motivation.

Female winners of the 10k. (l-r); Stefan Roberts (1st place), , Monica Holmback (3rd Place), Daniella Chavez (2nd place).

Male winners of the 10k. (l-r); Trent Brown (3rd place), Tristan White (2nd place), Victor Churchill (1st place).

Female winners of the 5k. (l-r); Makayla Summers (2nd place), Madison Hayes (1st place), Erin Perkins (3rd place).

Male winners of the Scarecrow 5k race on Saturday in Washington C.H. (l-r); Keith Burns (3rd place), Christopher Hayes (1st place), Logan Vanlandingham (2nd place).

Cream Camino, an alternative rock band based out of Columbus, Ohio, opened for Orianthi on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022 at the Scarecrow Festival.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_Cream-Camino-1.jpgCream Camino, an alternative rock band based out of Columbus, Ohio, opened for Orianthi on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022 at the Scarecrow Festival. Tyler Flora | Record-Herald photo

The Washington Court House Cheerleaders cheer on the racers as they pass for motivation.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_thumbnail_IMG_9508-1-.jpgThe Washington Court House Cheerleaders cheer on the racers as they pass for motivation. Courtesy photo

Female winners of the 10k. (l-r); Stefan Roberts (1st place), , Monica Holmback (3rd Place), Daniella Chavez (2nd place).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_thumbnail_IMG_2363-1-.jpgFemale winners of the 10k. (l-r); Stefan Roberts (1st place), , Monica Holmback (3rd Place), Daniella Chavez (2nd place). Abby Shrout | Record-Herald photos

Male winners of the 10k. (l-r); Trent Brown (3rd place), Tristan White (2nd place), Victor Churchill (1st place).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_thumbnail_IMG_2361-1.jpgMale winners of the 10k. (l-r); Trent Brown (3rd place), Tristan White (2nd place), Victor Churchill (1st place). Abby Shrout | Record-Herald photos

Female winners of the 5k. (l-r); Makayla Summers (2nd place), Madison Hayes (1st place), Erin Perkins (3rd place).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_thumbnail_IMG_2360-1.jpgFemale winners of the 5k. (l-r); Makayla Summers (2nd place), Madison Hayes (1st place), Erin Perkins (3rd place). Abby Shrout | Record-Herald photos

Male winners of the Scarecrow 5k race on Saturday in Washington C.H. (l-r); Keith Burns (3rd place), Christopher Hayes (1st place), Logan Vanlandingham (2nd place).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_thumbnail_IMG_2359-1.jpgMale winners of the Scarecrow 5k race on Saturday in Washington C.H. (l-r); Keith Burns (3rd place), Christopher Hayes (1st place), Logan Vanlandingham (2nd place). Abby Shrout | Record-Herald photos