Atkinson, Youngren take Salmon Run Series 4

Collin Atkinson and Megan Youngren won the fourth round of the Salmon Run Series on Wednesday at Tsalteshi Trails just outside of Soldotna.

Atkinson toured the 5-kilometer course in 20 minutes, 38 seconds, to win the men’s race, while Youngren finished at 21:39 to win the women’s race and come in third overall. Ian McGarry finished second at 21:15, while Kristin Davis was the second women’s finisher, and fifth overall, at 23:50.

The final race of the series is Wednesday at Tsalteshi. Runners meet at the track at Skyview Middle School. The 1-kilometer kids race starts at 6 p.m., while the 5-kilometer race starts at 6:15 p.m.

Salmon Run Series 4

1. Collin Atkinson, 20 minutes, 28 seconds; 2. Ian McGarry, 21:15; 3. Megan Youngren, 21:39; 4. Ben McGarry, 23:17; 5. Kristin Davis, 23:50; 6. Sierra Smith, 24:03; 7. Aaron Bates, 24:21; 8. Jesse Hunter, 24:56; 9. Kevin Realon, 25:35; 10. Becca Hitchcock, 25:56; 11. Jeffrey Helminiak, 26:20; 12. Alex McGarry, 26:53; 13. Robert Carson, 27:16; 14. Kevin Lauver, 27:32; 15. Rob Carson, 28:04; 16. Carl Kincaid, 28:33; 17. Lindsey Hill, 28:44; 18. Jamie Nelson, 29:14; 19. Ben Hanson, 29:36; 20. Marx Smith, 30:16; 21. Mariesha Krzalic, 30:34; 22. Rebecca Grimes, 30:37; 23. Kate Swaby, 30:38; 24. Morgan Aldridge, 30:40; 25. Lucus Vanderwoude, 30:51.

26. Sam Vanderwoude, 30:52; 27. Rustin Hitchcock, 30:58; 28. Joel Christianson, 31:22; 29. Corbin Crisp, 31:25; 30. Johnna DeGray, 31:40; 31. Ariana Cannava, 31:57; 32. Emily Moss, 31:59; 33. Mary Fischer, 32:56; 34. Jane Fuerstenau, 33:30; 35. Katrina Cannava, 34:19; 36. Mitch Michaud, 34:28; 37. Alyssa Wood, 35:32; 38. Breanna Gillham, 36:25; 39. Tony Gillham, 36:26; 40. Jeff Perschbacher, 37:29; 41. Cassie Collins, 38:50; 42. Diana Grant, 45:23; 43. Lauri Lingafelt, 46:22; 44. Maria Sweppy, 47:13; 45. Sara Dennis, 50:46.

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