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Hogue, Aldridge win at Soldotna Cycle Series

Dylan Hogue and Morgan Aldridge won the fourth race in the Soldotna Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails just outside of Soldotna.

Hogue was the men’s top finisher in the 12-kilometer race at 30 minutes, 1 second, while Aldridge was the top women’s finisher, and third overall, at 33:55.

Maverick Boyer took the 6-kilometer race in 22:59.

The Soldotna Cycle Series continues Thursday at the K-Beach trailhead at Tsalteshi. Registration is at 5:45 p.m., while racing begins at 6:15 p.m.

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12 kilometers: 1. Dylan Hogue, 30 minutes, 1 second; 2. David Seramur, 31:25; 3. Morgan Aldridge, 33:55; 4. Mike Curtis, 34:52; 5. Ollie Dahl, 36:19; 6. Kris Nichols, 36:28; 7. Ben Boersma, 36:48; 8. Tanner Sommer, 37:08; 9. Tyler Hippchen, 37:58; 10. Rob Carson, 38:32; 11. Will Morrow, 39:04; 12. Tom Seggerman, 39:06; 13. Kevin Lauver, 39:13; 14. Tor Dahl, 41:10; 15. Nels Dahl, 46:36; 16. Brian Springer, 44:15; 17. Patty Moran, 46:18; 18. Cassie Collins, 47:05; 19. Jonathan White, 50:45; 20. Melissa Smith, 51:08; 21. Logan Cartwright, 51:14; 22. Kalub Smith, 52:02.

6 kilometers: 1. Maverick Boyer, 22:59; 2. Skeeter Creighton, 23:54; 3. Lucas Vanderwoude, 27:10; 4. Sam Vanderwoude, 27:11; 5. Conner Morris, 27:13; 6. Kylie Morris, 27:15; 7. Lauri Lingafelt, 27:20; 8. Garrett Queen, 27:25; 9. Ronnie Boze, 27:55; 10. Ryan Queen, 29:23; 11. Larissa Arbelovsky, 29:24; 12. Edmond Keck, 37:15; 13. Nathan Nelson, 40:47; 14. Jamie Nelson, 40:48.

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