Nazareth natives Marco Andretti and Sage Karam each finished in the Top 10 in Sunday's Indianapolis 500.

Andretti finished third at the Brickyard for the third time in his career.  He also finished fourth last year and second in his first run at Indy as an 18-year-old.

Karam, a 19-year-old who still hasn't graduated from Nazareth High School, started in 31st but ended up finishing 9th.

Karam, who was running in his first ever Indy 500, ended up being the day's biggest mover.

Ryan Hunter-Reay earned his first every Indy 500 win, holding off Helio Castroneves down the stretch.