First week of Salmon Run, Cycle Series results posted

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, July 12, 2014 10:30pm
  • Sports

The first Salmon Run and Cycle Series races were held this week at Tsalteshi Trails.

The Salmon Run Series was held Wednesday, getting 99 runners despite a steady rain. Rex Shields took the top spot in the five-kilometer race at a sizzling 15 minutes, 26 seconds, while Derek Gibson was right behind at 15:27 and Jordan Theisen was third at 15:48. The top woman was Becca Ford in 20:07, while Courtney Stroh was next at 20:36 and Susan Craig finished at 23:26.

The Salmon Cycle Series was held Thursday, also in rain. John-Mark Pothast was the top men’s finisher at 32:30 on the course, which was just short of 10 kilometers. Adam Agosti was next at 32:31, while Jordan Theisen was third at 32:46.

Sadie Fox led the women at 35:26, while Hannah Pothast was next at 35:27 and Heather Schramm was third at 39:39.

Both the Salmon Run and Cycle Series continue this week. The Salmon Run Series will again be Wednesday, this time starting on the field behind Skyview High School and including the wolf loop, with part of bear, coyote and eagle’s perch, totaling five kilometers.

Online registration is at www.tsalteshi.org. The cost online is $10 per race for Tsalteshi Trails Association members, and $15 for nonmembers.

Before each 5K race, there will be a 1K race for children 6 and under, costing $5 online or the day of the race. Races start at 6 p.m.

The Salmon Cycle Series will be Thursday at 6 p.m. This week’s race will be on the upper trails. Races are $5 each, or free for TTA members. There is no online registration. Just pay before the race.

Salmon Run Series #1

Wednesday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Rex Shields, 15 minutes, 26 seconds; 2. Derek Gibson, 15:27; 3. Jordan Theisen, 15:48; 4. Karl Romig, 18:38; 5. Tony Eskelin, 19:40; 6. Jim White, 19:48; 7. Becca Ford, 20:07; 8. Paul Ostrander, 20:22; 9. Courtney Stroh, 20:36; 10. Carl Kinchun, 20:41; 11. John Mohorcich, 21:05; 12. James Danielson, 21:30; 13. Noah Perry, 21:32; 14. Ryan Nelson, 22:08; 15. Kevin Lauver, 22:45; 16. Gabe Juliussen, 22:49; 17. Jacob Sundberg, 23:18; 18. Jamie Nelson, 23:24; 19. Jode Sparks, 23:25; 20. Susan Craig, 23:26; 21. Ben Hanson, 23:44; 22. Julie Litchfield, 24:01; 23. Mauro Lotito, 24:02; 24. Jane Fuerstenau, 24:22; 25. Doug Hogue, 25:00.

26. Elizabeth Hardie, 25:12; 27. Loren Hollers, 25:22; 28. Matt Tunseth, 25:42; 29. Connie Ferguson, 25:52; 30. Elizabeth Bella, 26:05; 31. Roy Stuckey, 26:13; 32. Matthew Pyhala, 26:17; 33. Dylan Hogue, 26:23; 34. Rachel Erickson, 26:26; 35. Emily Knight, 26:27; 36. Dan Pascucci, 26:31; 37. Sarah Hollers, 26:40; 38. Regina Theisen, 26:42; 39. Jodi Hanson, 26:45; 40. Lindsay Fagrelius, 26:50; 41. Patrice Kohl, 26:57; 42. Jeff Perschbacher, 27:06; 43. Peter Ehrhardt, 27:10; 44. Amy Pascucci, 27:25; 45. Sarah Riley, 27:55; 46. Jack Maryott, 28:31; 47. Kimberly Tornow, 28:34; 48. Paul Tornow, 28:37; 49. Rob Carson, 29:02; 50. Mitch Michaud, 29:10.

51. Chelsea Vanvickle, 29:12; 52. Shelby Dykstra, 29:15; 53. Julie Moore, 29:17; 54. Dana McDonald, 29:18; 55. Sarah Callaway, 29:24; 56. Elizabeth Knippling, 29:39; 57. Terri Cowart, 29:52; 58. Melinda Miller, 29:59; 59. Paul Knight, 30:00; 60. Hadassah Udelhoven, 30:18; 61. Debby Burwen, 30:50; 62. Isabella Dammeyer, 31:04; 63. Joseph Dammeyer, 31:05; 64. Brittany Hollers, 31:13; 65. Tucker Mueller, 32:20; 66. Meg Mueller, 32:21; 67. June Stuckey, 33:00; 68. Angie Nelson, 33:01; 69. Bobbi Lay, 33:05; 70. Maria Sweppy, 33:25; 71. Jordan Ruffner, 33:40; 72. Ethan Hogue, 33:45; 73. Tara Ruffner, 33:51; 74. Amy Hogue, 33:52; 75. John-Paul Dammeyer, 34:01.

76. Kari Weston, 34:08; 77. Matt Dammeyer, 34:25; 78. Rinna Carson, 34:43; 79. Marly Perschbacher, 35:05; 80. Amelia Mueller, 35:19; 81. Marcus Mueller, 35:58; 82. Joni Dykstra, 36:00; 83. Kathy Hammer, 36:22; 84. Mary Rhyner, 36:23; 85. Harmony Curtis, 36:54; 86. Melody Nichel, 37:01; 87. Landen Showalter, 37:01; 88. Jen Showalter, 37:06; 89. Bill Hanson, 37:07; 90. Maria Dammeyer, 38:05; 91. Melanny Lauver; 92. Markie Shiflea, 41:06; 93. Amy Milburn, 41:40; 94. Andrea Burton, 41:44; 95. Kate Carrer, 41:45; 96. Johna Beech, 42:11; 97. Shaylon Cochran, 43:10; 98. Nicole Egholm, 43:16; 99. Bryr Harris, 43:34.

Salmon Cycle Series #1

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. John-Mark Pothast, 32:30; 2. Adam Agosti, 32:31; 3. Jordan Theisen, 32:46; 4. Brian Beeson, 34:26; 5. Sadie Fox, 35:26; 6. Hannah Pothast, 35:27; 7. Tanner Best, 36:47; 8. Colton Diehl, 37:10; 9. Ryan Nelson, 37:16; 10. Derek Schramm, 37:35; 11. Scott Huff, 38:51; 12. Peter DiCarlo, 39:32; 13. Heather Schramm, 39:39; 14. Cole Nelson, 39:40; 15. Will Morrow, 40:29; 16. Rob Carson, 40:48; 17. Jennifer Tabor, 41:01; 18. John Tabor, 41:14; 19. Laura Pillifant, 42:44; 20. Jack Maryott, 43:21; 21. Tyle Owens, 50:34; 22. Marcia Mankin, 1:06:12; Simone Owens, DNF.

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