Homer sweeps Homer Time Trial

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, September 17, 2016 11:40pm
  • Sports

The Homer cross-country teams tuned up for the region and state meets by sweeping the Homer Time Trial on Saturday in Homer on the Homer Spit.

In the boys race, Homer’s Luciano Fasulo finished first to lead the Mariners to victory with 17 points. Soldotna was second with 40 points.

In the girls race, Autumn Daigle finished first to lead Homer to first place with 15 points. Soldotna was second at 45.

In the boys race, Fasulo finished at 16 minutes, 55 seconds, to lead three other Mariners across the line. Jordan Beachy was second, Jared Brant was third and Jacob Davis was fourth. Also in the top 10 for Homer were Charlie Menke in eighth and Bill Rich in ninth.

Soldotna had Josh Shuler in fifth and Koby Vinson in sixth, while Kenai had Karl Danielson in seventh.

Aaron McCollum paced Nikiski in 15th, while Malachi Joseph paced Port Graham in 22nd.

In the girls race, Daigle ran 19:18 to defeat Kenai Central’s Jaycie Calvert by a second. Kenai’s Brooke Satathite was third.

Homer, behind Megan Pitzman, Audrey Rosencrans, Lauren Evarts, Haley Knott, Alex Moseley and Katie Davis, then took the next six slots.

Molly Erickson paced Soldotna at 10th, while Suzanne LaBelle paced Port Graham at 17th.

Homer Time Trial

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Team scores: 1. Homer, 17; 2. Soldotna, 40.

Individual five-kilometer results

1. Luciano Fasulo, Hom, 16:55; 2. Jordan Beachy, Hom, 17:02; 3. Jared Brant, Hom, 17:06; 4. Jacob Davis, Hom, 17:11; 5. Josh Shuler, Sol, 17:22; 6. Koby Vinson, Sol, 17:31; 7. Karl Danielson, Ken, 17:55; 8. Charlie Menke, Hom, 17:56; 9. Bill Rich, Hom, 18:04; 10. Addison Downing, Sol, 18:05; 11. Denver Waclawski, Hom, 18:10; 12. Lance Chilton, Sol, 18:23; 13. Bechler Metcalf, Sol, 18:31; 14. Bradley Walters, Sol, 18:39; 15. Aaron McCollum, Nik, 19:42; 16. Cy Dull, Ken, 19:49; 17. Gavin Wallis, Nik, 20:10; 18. Joseph Yourkoski, Nik, 20:13; 19. Jaycob Goff, Ken 20:21; 20. Bryan McCollum, Nik, 20:34; 21. Gideon Collver, Ken, 20:55; 22. Malachi Joseph, Port Graham, 23:43.


Team scores: 1. Homer, 15; 2. Soldotna, 45.

Individual five-kilometer results

1. Autumn Daigle, Hom, 19:18; 2. Jaycie Calvert, Ken, 19:19; 3. Brooke Satathite, Ken, 19:34; 4. Megan Pitzman, Hom, 19:35; 5. Audrey Rosencrans, Hom, 19:41; 6. Lauren Evarts, Hom, 20:37; 7. Haley Knott, Hom, 20:42; 8. Alex Moseley, Hom, 20:46; 9. Katie Davis, Hom, 21:05; 10. Molly Erickson, Sol, 21:32; 11. Julie Wilson, Ken, 21:55; 12. Kellie Arthur, Sol, 22:13; 13. Cameron Blackwell, Sol, 22:54; 14. Sophie Thomas, Sol, 23:21; 15. Tovia Bremond-Hilton, Sol, 25:58; 16. Elizabeth Lisenby, 26:42; 17. Suzanne LaBelle, Port Graham, 31:08; 18. Monique Cook, Port Graham, 41:01.

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