Crawford, Anderson win run at Freezer Food Series

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, January 21, 2018 12:27am
  • Sports

Mike Crawford and Megan Anderson took titles at the sixth Freezer Food Series race of the season at Tsalteshi Trails.

Racers did a five-kilometer trail run this week. Crawford finished in 24 minutes, 20 seconds, for the victory, while Ty Walgenbach was second at 26:08 and Bob Ostrom was third at 26:40.

Megan Anderson was the top women’s runner at 31:40, while Morgan Aldridge was second at 32:31 and Cassie Collins was third at 36:06.

The series continues Wednesday with Tsalteshi’s first disc golf biathlon. Registration is at 5:30 p.m. while the race starts at 6 p.m. Food donations at the race get a registration discount, as well as a few bonus points.

Freezer Food Series Week 6

Five-kilometer run

1. Mike Crawford, 24 minutes, 20 seconds; 2. Ty Walgenbach, 26:08; 3. Bob Ostrom, 26:40; 4. Joey Klecka, 26:58; 5. Jeff Helminiak, 27:06; 6. Jordan Chilson, 28:33; 7. Scott Huff, 28:35; 8. Megan Anderson, 31:40; 9. Morgan Aldridge, 32:31; 10. Cassie Collins, 36:06; 11. Carter Cannava, 38:10; 12. Katrina Cannava, 38:13; 13. Tait Ostrom, 38:48; 14. Michelle Thomason, 39:30; 15. Kat Sorensen, 39:47; 16. Landen Showalter, 44:06; 17. Jen Showalter, 44:10; 18. Katie Ostrom, 1:00:00; 19. Abby Ostrom, 1:00:00.

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