Denali Strabel, Patterson win Lost Lake

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 26, 2017 11:58pm
  • Sports

Denali Strabel, a graduate of Seward High School, and Scott Patterson won the Lost Lake Run on Saturday in the 15.75-mile trail race in Seward. The race, which raises money for cystic fibrosis, begins at Primrose Campground and follows the Lost Lake trail to the Bear Creek Fire Department.

Strabel clocked a time of 1 hour, 58 minutes and 27 seconds, while Najeeby Quinn was second at 1:59:56.

In the men’s race, Patterson won at 1:37:30 while Chad Trammell was second at 1:40:07. Also of note in the top 20, Seward High School graduate Matt Adams was fourth at 1:41:01, Soldotna High School graduate Brent Knight was ninth at 1:46:25, Seward’s Erik Johnson was 10th at 1:47:05, Soldotna’s Adam Reimer was 12th at 1:53:01 and Homer’s Denver Waclawski was 20th at 1:59:05.

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