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Hogue, Aldridge win Soldotna Cycle Series 5

Dylan Hogue and Morgan Aldridge picked up victories at the fifth Soldotna Cycle Series race of the season Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails just outside of Soldotna.

Hogue cruised to victory in the 12-kilometer race, crossing the line at 32 minutes, 53 seconds. Aldridge was the first woman across the line, and second overall, at 36:22. Ollie Dahl was right behind at 36:31.

The 6-kilometer race went to Maverick Boyer in 26:59.

The final Soldotna Cycle Series race of the season will be Thursday at the trailhead at Skyview Middle School. Registration is at 5:45 p.m., while racing begins at 6:15 p.m.

Soldotna Cycle Series 5

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

12-kilometer: 1. Dylan Hogue, 32 minutes, 53 seconds; 2. Morgan Aldridge, 36:22; 3. Ollie Dahl, 36:31; 4. Mike Curtis, 37:54; 5. Noah Crabtree, 40:07; 6. Nathan Kincaid, 40:51; 7. Tom Seggerman, 40:13; 8. Kevin Lauver, 42:07; 9. Jon Iannaccone, 42:49; 10. C.O. Rudstrom, 42:54; 11. Tor Dahl, 43:09; 12. Jeff Helminiak, 46:39; 13. Michael Eyre, 46:45; 14. Melissa Smith, 49:17; 15. Shane Lopez, 50:30; 16. Kelly Sederholm, 59:46.

6-kilometer: 1. Maverick Boyer, 26:59; 2. Jonathan White, 27:32; 3. Nick DiCarlo, 37:31; 4. Peter DiCarlo, 37:32; 5. Nathan Nelson, 41:27; 6. Edmond Keck, 41:37.

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