Haydon, Aldridge claim Soldotna Cycle Series victories

Rhys Haydon and Morgan Aldridge picked up victories in Soldotna Cycle Series 3 at Tsalteshi Trails just outside of Soldotna on Thursday.

Haydon finished the 12-kilometer course in 31 minutes, 4 seconds, for the win, with Dylan Hogue just one second behind. Aldridge was the first woman across the line, and third overall, at 34:35. Leif Laker finished at 25:37 to take the 6-kilometer race.

The Soldotna Cycle Series continues Thursday at the Skyview Middle School trailhead of Tsalteshi. Registration begins at 5:45 p.m., while racing starts at 6:15 p.m.

Soldotna Cycle Series 3

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

12 kilometers — 1. Rhys Haydon, 31 minutes, 4 seconds; 2. Dylan Hogue, 31:05; 3. Morgan Aldridge, 34:35; 4. Eric Willets, 35:20; 5. Brian Beeson, 35:21; 6. Ollie Dahl, 35:23; 7. Tom Kobylarz, 36:38; 8. Mike Curtis, 37:17; 9. Tanner Sommer, 38:29; 10. Chase Laker, 38:32; 11. Jordan Chilson, 38:50; 12. Tyler Hippchen, 39:59; 13. Jon Iannaccone, 40:01; 14. CO Rudstrom, 40:41; 15. Will Morrow, 40:43; 16. Tom Seggerman, 40:43; 17. Kevin Lauver, 41:09; 18. Jamie Nelson, 41:10; 19. Noah Crabtree, 41:38; 20. Nels Dahl, 42:34; 21. Tor Dahl, 42:38; 22. Michael Eyre, 45:29; 23. Parker Rose, 47:02; 24. Robert Carson, 50:18; 25. Mark Laker, 50:26.

26. Jonathan White, 50:53; 27. Shane Lopez, 51:11; 28. Stephanie Lambe, 51:14; 29. Julie Laker, 51:41; 30. Cassie Collins, 51:52; 31. Daniel Keck, 55:45; 32. Gus Reimer, 56:25; 33. Adam Reimer, 56:27; 34. Monte Smith, 56:36; 35. Kalub Smith, 57:02.

6 kilometers — 1. Leif Laker, 25:37; 2. Maverick Boyer, 27:55; 3. Thomas Eyre, 39:20; 4. Nick DiCarlo, 39:50; 5. Peter DiCarlo, 39:51; 6. Brennan Keck, 39:53; 7. Edmond Keck, 55:44.

More in Sports

From left, Dain Douthit, Silas Thibodeau, Roman Dunham, Cody Good and Jackson Anding participate in a practice League of Legends match on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022 at Kenai Central High School in Kenai, Alaska. (Jake Dye/Peninsula Clarion)
Kenai Peninsula esports teams ready for state championships

Players contend with changing games, increased pressure, rival rematches

Tela O’Donnell-Bacher and Neldon Gardner hold their plaques after being inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame following a duel wrestling meet on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, at Soldotna High School in Soldotna, Alaska. (Jake Dye/Peninsula Clarion)
A celebration of Kenai Peninsula wrestling

Two storied members of local wrestling community inducted into National Wrestling Hall of Fame

A great horned owl sits in a tree. (USFWS/Colin Canterbury)
Refuge Notebook: Finding perfection in the imperfect

The new snow brought our refuge manager outside for a morning walk

Out of the Office: On Andrews’ legacy

I thought it would be appropriate to rerun my column, originally published on June 5, 2001

Skiers from Kenai, Seward and Soldotna start the girls race during the Turkey Trot on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, at Tsalteshi Trails in Soldotna, Alaska.
Kenai boys, SoHi girls clock top finishes at Turkey Trot ski meet

Kenai boys took the top four finishes of the night

Soldotna’s Jacob Strausbaugh tries to turn Palmer’s Kael Salisbury during the 112-pound final at the Lancer Smith Memorial wrestling tournament Saturday, Nov. 19, in Wasilla. (Photo by Jeremiah Bartz/Frontiersman)
Soldotna boys roll to Lancer Smith crown

The Soldotna boys wrestling team won the team title Saturday at the… Continue reading

The Kenai River Brown Bears celebrate a third-period goal Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex in Soldotna, Alaska. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)
Brown Bears get 2-game sweep of Wolverines

The Kenai River Brown Bears completed a two-game sweep of the Anchorage… Continue reading

Hockey roundup: Kenai tops Kodiak, Chugiak stops SoHi

The Kenai Central hockey team moved to 2-0 in the Railbelt Conference… Continue reading

Brown Bears come back to beat Wolverines

The Kenai River Brown Bears defeated the Anchorage Wolverines 4-2 on Friday… Continue reading

Most Read