Hall, Aldridge win Soldotna Cycle Series week 7

Hall, Aldridge win Soldotna Cycle Series week 7

Jim Hall biked to the 12-kilometer race victory Thursday night at the Soldotna Cycle Series week 7 race at Tsalteshi Trails.

Hall nipped Brian Beeson at the finish by two seconds in a time of 33 minutes, 58 seconds. Nathan Kincaid finished third at 34:44.

Morgan Aldridge continued her mastery of the trails with the women’s 12K victory in 38:18, good for seventh overall, which also kept her perfect streak alive at seven straight women’s wins this summer. Jen Showalter took second among women in 41:53.

Landen Showalter was the top youth rider in 41:01, good for 13th overall in the 12K race.

In the 6K race, Nate Johnson prevailed with the victory in a time of 19:09.

Soldotna Cycle Series #7

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

12 kilometer — 1. Jim Hall, 33:58; 2. Brian Beeson, 34:00; 3. Nathan Kincaid, 34:44; 4. Dave Edwards Smith, 35:02; 5. Eric Wiliest, 37:06; 6. John Pothast, 38:04; 7. Morgan Aldridge, 38:18; 8. Scott Jackson, 38:55; 9. Kevin Lauver, 39:19; 10. Jamie Nelson, 39:33; 11. Jordan Chilson, 40:14; 12. Dustin Henkin, 40:45; 13. Landen Showalter, 41:01; 14. Joel Todd, 41:51; 15. Jen Showalter, 41:53; 16. Mark Forbes, 44:13; 17. C.O. Rudstrom, 44:23; 18. Will Morrow, 45:06; 19. Dylan Hogue, 45:19; 20. Jon Iannoccone, 45:57; 21. Jen Tabor, 46:02; 22. Melissa Smith, 46:13; 23. John Tabor, 46:31; 24. Ryan Nelson, 46:55; 25. Cody Tunks, 51:28; 26. Rob Carson, 54:44; 27. Will Smith, 55:02; 28. Darrell Kincaid, 57:47; 29. Robert Carson, 59:38; 30. Dan Balmer, DNF.

6K — 1. Nate Johnson, 19:09; 2. Benjamin Abel, 24:13; 3. Ollie Dahl, 24:13; 4. Jo Shaw, 25:52; 5. Josiah Abel, 26:15; 6. Carrie Wawrzyk, 27:53; 7. Audrey McDonald, 28:11; 8. Leif Johnson, 29:38; 9. Lauri Lingafelt, 30:12; 10. Nels Dahl, 31:18; 11. Caleb Abel, 33:09; 12. Nathan White, 34:08; 13. Lucia Carson, 34:44; 14. Sheila Margaret Pothast, 34:50; 15. Quinn Cothran, 36:43; 16. Jonathan White, 37:32; 17. Steve Cothran, 38:05; 18. Gus Cothran, 38:05; 19. Vance Johnston, 39:20; 20. Gus Reimer, 40:11.

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