Freezer Food Series race No. 2 results

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, December 24, 2017 12:00am
  • Sports

Soldotna’s Jordan Chilson rolled to a close ski victory Wednesday night in race No. 2 of the Freezer Food Series on the Tsalteshi Trails.

Chilson held off Joey Klecka by 11 seconds over a 4.8-kilometer course in the freestyle ski race, which incorporated the Wolf and Moose loops. Chilson crossed the finish line in 14 minutes, 1 second.

Morgan Aldridge was the highest-finishing female race in 16:57, good for fifth overall.

The 10-week race series convenes every Wednesday evening at the Tsalteshi Trails in a variety of events, ranging from skiing to biking to running. The Dec. 27 race is scheduled to be a fat-tire event. Registration is at 5:30 p.m. and racing starts at 6 p.m.

Freezer Food Series race No. 2

1. Jordan Chilson, 14:01; 2. Joey Klecka, 14:12; 3. Anthony Murray, 16:34; 4. Mike Crawford, 16:46; 5. Morgan Aldridge, 16:57; 6. Liz Earl, 23:04; 7. Landen Showalter, 26:16; 8. Kat Sorensen, 26:27; 9. Jen Showalter, 26:50; 10. Sara Bundy, 31:22; 11. Rachelle Laruenberg, 37:40.

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