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Hogue, Aldridge win Soldotna Cycle Series 5

Dylan Hogue and Morgan Aldridge took the top finishes at the fifth race of the Soldotna Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails just outside of Soldotna.

In the 12-kilometer race, Dylan Hogue crossed the line first at 32 minutes, 20 seconds, while Eric Willets came in just over a minute later at 33:35.

Morgan Aldridge was the top woman, fourth overall, at 36:23.

Mitch Sego led the 6-kilometer race at 25:37.

The sixth and final race of the series will be held at Tsalteshi on Thursday, Aug. 10, meeting at the Skyview Trailhead.

Soldotna Cycle Series 5

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

12-kilometer — 1. Dylan Hogue, 32 minutes, 20 seconds; 2. Eric Willets, 33:35; 3. Ollie Dahl, 34:02; 4. Morgan Aldridge, 36:23; 5. Nels Dahl, 37:47; 6. Tom Seggerman, 40:47; 7. Mike Curtis, 40:54; 8. Carl Kincaid, 41:38; 9. Kevin Lauver, 41:52; 10. Jamie Nelson, 42:19; 11. Bernie Stratman, 43:06; 11. Shane Lopez, 44:36; 12. Tor Dahl, 45:18; 13. Jeff Helminiak, 45:56; 14. Cassie Collins, 47:12; 15. Jonathan White, 48:44; 16. Maverick Boyer, 49:47; 17. Patty Moran, 50:05; 18. Dan Balmer, 50:47; 19. Corbyn Crisp, 50:01; 20. Cindy Miller, 54:38; 21. Connor Morris, 58:25; 21. Kylie Morris, 58:26

6-kilometer — 1. Mitch Sego, 25:37; 2. Mark Forbes, 29:42; 3. Lauri Lingafelt, 32:10; 4. Melissa Tafoya, 32:16; 5. Sandi Crawford, 34:41; 6. Darrell Kincaid, 36:35; 7. Nathan Kincaid, 36:55; 8. Keegan Bross, 37:13; 9. Warren Caughy, 38:53; 10. Steven Gist, 38:55; 11. Edmond Keck, 39:00; 12. Harper Bross, 53:47; 13. Alicia Driscoll, 53:47; 14. Dan Balmer, 1 hour, 15 minutes and eight seconds; 15. John Sanborn, 1:15:15; 16. Lance Sego, 1:15:51; 17. Tim Keck, 1:18:37

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