Homer boys, Kenai girls skiers win Candy Cane Scramble

Soldotna hosted the Candy Cane Scramble on Friday at Tsalteshi Trails just outside of Soldotna.

The format was a 4-by-1.2-kilometer freestyle relay, but each skier had to ski twice.

The results follow:


1. Homer (Jody Goodrich, Ethan Styvar, Garrett Briscoe, Seamus McDonough), 29 minutes, 4 seconds; 2. Kenai (Ben Boersma, Chase Laker, Zane Tews, Jack Laker), 29:51; 3. Soldotna (Jon Gordon, Ben Abel, Noble Cassidy, Andrew Cox), 30:53; 4. Kenai (Robert Carson, Austin Thompson, Sam Sloan, Owen Smith), 35:01; 5. Soldotna (Josiah Abel, Ethan Hogue, Caleb Wohlers, Michael Davidson), 35:02; 6. Homer (Johannes Bynagle, Lukas Renner, Rockwell Bates, Tait Ostrom), 37:59; 7. Soldotna (Josh Lynner, Valentino Rigutto, Nels Dahl, Ethan Anding), 38:15; 8. Soldotna (Andrew Gist, Enoch Fredrickson, Evan Derzab, Jameson Hall), 42:32; 9. Kenai (August Jaeger, Grady Adams, Ollie Boersma, Levi Strong), 42:35; 10. Seward (Oliver Trobaugh, Martin Fink, Dillon Huffman, Trevor Gurnsey), 44:20; 11. Soldotna (Aaron Fletcher, Lance Sego, Isaak Winslow, Haeden Horstman), n/a.


1. Kenai (Madison McDonald, Audrey McDonald, Xinlan Tanner, Mya Taylor), 41:08; 2. Soldotna (Danica Winslow, Ashley Dahlman, Leanne Gordon, Tirzah Fredrickson), 43:04; 3. Homer (Eryn Fields, McKenna Black, Beatrix McDonough, Sienna Hardyman), 43:38; 4. Seward (Aly Gurnsey, Gracie Russell, Lucy Bamford, Katie Van Buskirk), 50:17; 5. Kenai-Sohi (Moredi Morrison, Niki Somers, Fox Coyle, Shayla Smith), 55:55.

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