Ingalls, McDonough capture Dieckgraeff titles

Seward’s Hailey Ingalls and Homer’s Seamus McDonough won 5-kilometer races at the Frank Dieckgraeff Invitational on Friday in Seward.

Ingalls crossed the tape at 20 minutes, 34 seconds, to dominate on her home course. Kenai’s Emilee Wilson was second at 22:11. Ingalls also led the Seahawks to the team title. Seward scored 23 points, while Bethel had 34.

McDonough also had an impressive victory in the boys race. He ran 16:24 to top the 17:07 of runner-up Greg Fallon of Kenai.

McDonough also led the Mariners to the team title. Homer had 28 points, while Kenai had 47 and Bethel had 58.

Frank Dieckgraeff Invitational

Friday in Seward


Team scores: 1. Seward, 23; 2. Bethel, 34.

Individual 5-kilometer results

1. Hailey Ingalls, Sew, 20 minutes, 34 seconds; 2. Emilee Wilson, Kenai, 22:11; 3. Rosemarie Dyment, Bet, 22:18; 4. Elena Badajos, Homer, 22:23; 5. Claira Booz, Hom, 22:23; 6. Aly Guernsey, Sew, 22:28; 7. Katie Van Buskirk, Sew, 22:29; 8. Izabella Lopez, Unalaska, 22:30; 9. Faith Carter, Anchorage Christian, 22:53; 10. Payton Boney, Bet, 23:14; 11. Maddie Haas, Sew, 23:24; 12. Kyana Harpak, Bet, 23:43; 13. Maya Komulainen, Bet, 23:47; 14. Jordan Timmcke, ACS, 24:06; 15. Juniper Ingalls, Sew, 24:10; 16. Addison Lemme, Sew, 24:53; 17. Stella Dow, Sew, 24:55; 18. Avery Ciufo, Sol, 25:12; 19. Nicole Dammeyer, Sol, 25:29; 20. Jordan Klejka, Bet, 25:36; 21. Leanne Gordon, Sol, 25:40; 22. Mya Taylor, Ken, 25:54; 23. Stacey Carlos, Una, 26:01; 24. Beatrice Bagley, Una, 26:12; 25. Constance Albert, Bet, 27:48; 26. Hannah Leinberger, Bet, 28:03; 27. Morgan Hamilton, Valdez, 30:31.


Team scores: 1. Homer, 28; 2. Kenai, 47; 3. Bethel, 58.

1. Seamus McDonough, Hom, 16:24; 2. Greg Fallon, Ken, 17:07; 3. Lukas Underhile, 17:56; 4. Theodore McDonough, Hom, 18:01; 5. Jack Laker, Ken, 18:13; 6. Chase Laker, Ken, 18:22; 7. Trevor Guernsey, Sew, 18:25; 8. Ned Peters, Bet, 18:34; 9. Jody Goodrich, Hom, 18:39; 10. Johannes Bynagle, Hom, 18:46; 11. Jai Badajos, Hom, 18:48; 12. Damon Weisser, Hom, 18:48; 13. Mason Beans-Polk, Bet, 19:00; 14. Sheldon Smith, Bet, 19:21; 15. Ethan Styvar, Hom, 19:23; 16. Rafe Caruthers, Val, 19:25; 17. Madden Cockroft, Bet, 19:32; 18. Liam Phelan, Bet, 19:35; 19. Paul Dyment, Bet, 19:46; 20. Nicolas Kitsyuk, Unalaska, 19:51; 21. Alexander Dammeyer, Sol, 20:04; 22. KC Balbarino, Una, 20:15; 23. Robert Carson, Ken, 20:16; 24. Alvino Vasquez, Bet, 20:21; 25. Zane Pellegrom, Ken, 20:59.

26. Jesus Acosta, Una, 21:37; 27. Gauge Gunning, Sol, 21:40; 28. August Jaeger, Ken, 21:46; 29. JJ Abel, Sol, 22:10; 30. Eldred Paradeza, Una, 22:25; 31. Cole Wadsworth, Val, 22:43; 32. Trenton Towarak, Sol, 23:06; 33. Nick Luois Amora, Una, 24:24; 34. Landon Stroh, unattached, 32:44.

Soldotna competes at Kodiak Quad

The Soldotna cross-country team competed at the Kodiak Quad Meet at Fort Abercrombie in Kodiak.

Chugiak won the girls meet with 21 points, while Colony had 56, Soldotna had 67, Glennallen had 120 and Kodiak had 125.

Campbell Peterson won the race at 19 minutes, 33 seconds, on the famed course, putting down the eighth fastest time in course history.

For Soldotna, Sophia Jedlicki was third in 20:20, Tania Boonstra was 13th in 21:46, Annie Burns was 16th in 21:57, Kaytlin McAnelly was 27th in 23:30, Delanie Wagers was 28th in 23:36, Laurel Johnson was 32nd in 24:14, Megan Whittom was 33rd in 24:18, Ariana Cannava was 37th in 25:19, Adele Tacey was 38th in 25:25, Anaulie Sedivy was 39th in 25:41 and Ashley Dahlman was 40th in 25:43.

Colony dominated the boys meet, winning with 23 points. Kodiak was second at 53, Chugiak was third at 54 and Soldotna was fourth at 104.

Colony’s Matthew Rongitsch won at 17:22. For Soldotna, Jacob Strausbaugh was eighth in 18:21, Elijah Jedlicki was 29th in 19:40, Levi Mickelson was 32nd in 19:51, Andrew Cox was 33rd in 19:58, Isaac Chavarria was 39th in 20:15, Finnley Loop was 42nd in 20:35, Isaiah Dickson was 43rd in 20:50, Brenden Jones was 44th in 20:50, Parker Richards was 49th in 21:38 and Noble Cassidy was 53rd in 22:58.

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