Area runners compete at Mayor’s Marathon

  • By Staff Report
  • Monday, June 23, 2014 11:44pm
  • Sports

A big group of runners from the Kenai Peninsula headed north to compete in the Mayor’s Marathon on Saturday.

Derek Gibson of Soldotna led the Peninsula by taking second in the half marathon, running 1 hour, 16 minutes, 26 seconds. In the men’s marathon, Seward’s Delbert Leavitt was sixth at 2:56:04 and Tommy Fraychineaud was ninth at 3:00:29.

Stacey Buckelew of Homer was sixth in the women’s marathon in 3:25:36, while Anna Widman of Soldotna was 10th in the half marathon in 1:37:03.

Here are the Peninsula finishers:

2014 Mayor’s Marathon

Saturday in Anchorage

Peninsula finishers

Marathon

Women — 6. Stacey Buckelew, Homer, 3 hours, 25 minutes, 36 seconds; 26. Hannah Morgan, Soldotna, 3:45:45; 31. Charlotte Saavedra, Soldotna, 3:49:08; 39. Emilie Otis, Homer, 3:53:51; 46. Elizabeth Roedl, Homer, 3:56:39; 56. Heather Renner, Homer, 4:00:22; 61. Susan Craig, Soldotna, 4:03:13; 80. Mandy Treguboff, Soldotna, 4:16:31; 136. Joell House, Homer, 4:35:56; 157. Jennifer Booz, Homer, 4:40:55; 159. Lila Johnson, Homer, 4:41:01; 161. Jillian Bender, Seward, 4:41:57; 166. Fina Kiefer, Kenai, 4:42:17; 169. Lisa Renken, Soldotna, 4:42:36; 203. Sierra Smith, Homer, 4:55:16; 270. Kristin Morrow, Kenai, 5:22:59; 279. Lisa Kosto, Soldotna, 5:34:21; 322. Kilann Tanape, Homer, 6:04:44.

Men — 6. Delbert Leavitt, Seward, 2:56:04; 9. Tommy Fraychineaud, Seward, 3:00:29; 18. Joe Nyholm, Seward, 3:06:48; 64. Sean Goff, Kenai, 3:31:13; 65. Miles Knotek, Moose Pass, 3:31:47; 91. Eric Shafford, Homer, 3:40:28; 118. Marty Evarts, Homer, 3:47:37; 166. Scott Huff, Kenai, 4:00:14; 215. M. Scott Moon, Kenai, 4:20:34.

Half marathon

Women — 10. Anna Widman, Soldotna, 1:37:03; 38. Lauren Bauder, Soldotna, 1:46:56; 42. Shelby Burgess, Homer, 1:47:31; 61. Lauren Evarts, Homer, 1:51:09; 67. Heather Moon, Kenai, 1:52:06; 73. Katie Kirsis, Homer, 1:52:44; 94. Holly Dickson, Homer, 1:55:06; 103. Amanda Strittmatter, Homer, 1:57:17; 111. Kenda Blanning, Kenai, 1:58:18; 113. Connie Best, Soldotna, 1:58:20; 135. Frances Evarts, Homer, 2:00:33; 159. Maria Perzechino, Soldotna, 2:02:21; 239. Sue Mauger, Homer, 2:08:19; 264. Regina Daniels, Soldotna, 2:10:01; 269. Julie Litchfield, Soldotna, 2:10:13; 270. Patti Berkhahn, Soldotna, 2:10:17; 272. Natalie Kress, Soldotna, 2:10:21; 281. Lauren Cashman, Homer, 2:11:04; 311. Alyssa Ginn, Soldotna, 2:13:32; 317. Jennifer Sonne, Soldotna, 2:13:48; 362. Heather Huff, Kenai, 2:17:31; 385. Naomi Barker, Sterling, 2:19:06; 423. Heidi Westerman, Cooper Landing, 2:21:45; 445. Alice Anderson, Soldotna, 2:23:00; 491. Elizabeth Young, Kenai, 2:26:50; 535. Caroline Ritchie, Kenai, 2:30:46; 539. Melanie Papp, Soldotna, 2:30:55; 540. Margaret Griffin, Soldotna, 2:30:57; 545. Kerri Nelson, Soldotna, 2:31:31; 555. Melissa Tafoya, Sterling, 2:32:11; 584. Jesse Jezorski, Soldotna, 2:34:05; 676. Tara Riemer, Seward, 2:43:20; 695. Heather Swanson, Soldotna, 2:45:17; 765. Peggy Leonard, Ninilchik, 2:52:27; 776. Kaarin Johnson, Kenai, 2:54:29; 783. Shannon Bird, Nikiski, 2:54:45; 797. Kirsten Hinz, Soldotna, 2:56:23; 838. Chelaine Rabon, Kenai, 3:01:22; 908. Sherry Perry, Seward, 3:11:44; 933. Dawn Croom, Soldotna, 3:17:50; 934. Joy Dysert, Soldotna, 3:17:54; 936. Jennifer Tollackson, Soldotna, 3:18:20.

Men — 2. Derek Gibson, Soldotna, 1:16:26; 20. Karl Romig, Cooper Landing, 1:31:51; 21. Lael Gordon, Seward, 1:32:38; 67. Jason Buckbee, Soldotna, 1:41:47; 72. Daniel Poulson, Kenai, 1:42:01; 83. Bryan Jones, Cooper Landing, 1:44:04; 97. Lee Frey, Soldotna, 1:46:20; 184. Bill Taylor, Kenai, 1:54:47; 187. Bill Berkhahn, Soldotna, 1:54:52; 190. Dan Lindberg, Homer, 1:55:22; 220. Kevin Lauver, Sterling, 1:58:38; 246. Kenton Bloom, Homer, 2:00:24; 263. Darryl Stepien, Soldotna, 2:01:51; 311. Doug Hogue, Soldotna, 2:05:47; 614. Robert Lewis, Soldotna, 3:21:19.

Four-miler

Women — 113. Pepper Pond, Soldotna, 42:41; 115. Joan Miller, Soldotna, 42:49; 118. Tiffany Bonnette, Homer, 43:41; 138. Kate Jefferson, Soldotna, 45:43; 143. Molly Bauder, Soldotna, 45:53; 157. Yoshie Yamaoka, Soldotna, 48:03; 169. Amanda Hoekstra, Soldotna, 49:26.

Men — 61. Shayne Pond, Soldotna, 36:03; 95. Michael Lewis, Soldotna, 41:36.

Youth Cup

Women — 11. Cecily Quiner, Kenai, 12:20.

Men — 22. Boden Quiner, Kenai, 12:06; 30. Liam Quiner, Kenai, 14:06; 32. Thayne Quiner, Kenai, 15:12.

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