Pothast, Schramm win Salmon Cycle Series #6

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 16, 2014 10:45pm
  • Sports

John-Mark Pothast and Heather Schramm won the Salmon Cycle Series #6 on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Pothast finished the 10-kilometer course in 22 minutes, 19 seconds. Tony Eskelin was second at 23:36, while Lars Arneson was third at 23:36.

Schramm was the first woman across the line at 27:48. Jen Tabor was next at 28:56, while Laura Pillifant was third at 31:22.

The Salmon Cycle Series continues Thursday at 6 p.m. at Tsalteshi Trails. Races are $5 each, or free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members. There is no online registration. Just pay before the race.

Salmon Cycle Series #6

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. John-Mark Pothast, 22 minutes, 19 seconds; 2. Tony Eskelin, 23:06; 3. Lars Arneson, 23:36; 4. Tanner Best, 23:54; 5. Levi Michael, 25:08; 6. Brian Beeson, 25:49; 7. Derek Schramm, 26:22; 8. John Mohorcich, 26:35; 9. Peter DiCarlo, 26:43; 10. Rob Carson, 27:07; 11. Will Morrow, 27:22; 12. Jeff Williams, 27:26; 13. John Pothast, 27:27; 14. Scott Huff, 27:37; 15. Zach Johnston, 27:42; 16. Heather Schramm, 27:48; 17. Ben Gardner, 28:04; 18. Jamie Nelson, 28:46; 19. John Tabor, 28:46; 20. Jen Tabor, 28:56; 21. Jack Maryott, 30:12; 22. Laura Pillifant, 31:22; 23. Laura Mohorcich, 31:26; 24. Mitch Michaud, 32:30; 25. Tyle Owens, 32:42.

26. Kevin Lauver, 33:40; 27. Carl Kincaid, 33:42; 28. Simone Owens, 33:59; 29. Tony Oliver, 34:34; 30. Dylan Hogue, 39:08; 31. Doug Hogue, 39:09; 32. Joanna Watts, 45:32.

Single lap — 1. Jared Kincaid; 2. Jen Showalter; 3. Landen Showalter; 4. James Showalter.

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