Crawford, Kiviat win at Soldotna Cycle Series

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, July 30, 2016 12:29am
  • Sports

Mike Crawford and Leah Kiviat took home wins at the fifth Soldotna Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

The riders did two loops of a 3.16-mile course, each time gaining and losing 385 feet of elevation.

Crawford finished the test in 27 minutes, 59 seconds, while Ian Horton was second at 29:18 and Brian Beeson was third at 29:38.

Kiviat crossed at 31:47, also good for seventh overall. Angie Brennan was the second woman at 35:05, while Ashley Tonione was third at 38:52.

Amongst youth, Trevor Slaughter was first at 40:25, Dylan Hogue was second at 40:26 and Landon Showalter was third at 45:12.

Soldotna Cycle Series No. 5

1. Mike Crawford* 27:59; 2. Ian Horton 29:18; 3. Brian Beeson 29:38; 4. Nathan Kincaid 30:00; 5. Matt Neisinger 30:51; 6. Eric Willets 31:03; 7. Leah Kiviat 31:47 – 1st Place Womens; 8. Tyle Owens 31:58; 9. Aiden Willets 34:35; 10. Jamie Nelson 34:38; 11. Dave Edwards-Smith 34:39; 12. Angie Brennan 35:05 – 2nd Place Womens; 13. Ryan Nelson 36:04; 14. Mike Tallent 36:50; 15. Will Morrow 36:56; 16. Peter DiCarlo* 38:26; 17. Ashley Tonione 38:52 – 3rd Place Winner; 18. Jen Showalter 38:52; 19. Josh Tonione 40:15; 20. Trevor Slaughter* 40:25 – 1st Place Youth; 21. Dylan Hogue* 40:26 – 2nd Place Youth; 22. John Tabor 40:46; 23. Rena Anderson 40:48; 24. Jennifer Tabor 41:26; 25. Landon Showalter 45:12 – 3rd Place Youth.

26. Simone Owens 45:36; 27. Morgan Aldrige 47:06; 28. Ethan Hogue 56:08; 29. Doug Hogue 56:09; 30. Tanner Penrod 56:59; 31. Darrell Kincaid 1:00:46; 32. Robert Carson 1:07:24; 33. Rob Carson* 1:07:27; 34. Karl Kincaid – Broken Chain.

*Denotes Cookie Winner

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