Results for Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride posted

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, June 15, 2014 10:55pm
  • Sports

The first Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride was held Saturday. The race went from the mouth of the Kenai River to the mouth of the Kasilof River. It was 10 miles long, and participants could bike or run.

The race was organized by Cook Inletkeeper and the proceeds went to supporting clean water and healthy salmon in Cook Inlet.

Derek Meier was the top men’s biker, finishing at 55 minutes, 22 seconds. The top women’s biker was Sarah Webster at 1:05.46.

Trey Perry was the first man to reach the Kasilof on foot, arriving after 1:09.06 on the beach. The first woman to reach the Kasilof was Debbie Cropper at 1:24.09.

Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride

Saturday

10 miles

Men’s bike — 1. Derek Meier, 55 minutes, 22 seconds; 2. David Finocchio, 55:42; 3. Richie Velez, 55:53; 4. Peter DiCarlo, 1:03.55; 5. Ben Gardner, 1:07.05; 6. Trevor Davis, 1:08.28; 7. Ed Schmitt, 1:16.56; 8. Brett Vadla, 1:22.44; 9. Tony Oliver, 1:24.01; 10. Bruce Vadla, 1:26.45; 11. Dexter Lowe, 1:27.22; 12. Jack Maryott, 1:35.24; 13. Jim Bennett, 1:38.14; 14. John Sanborn, 1:47.48; 15. Richard Winslow, 2:08.29; 16. Dylan Hogue, 2:27.49; 17. Paul Tornow, 2:28.11; 18. Tom Kobylarz, 3:22.40; 19. Zachary Brown, 3:26.26; 20. John Tabor, 3:31.56.

Women’s bike — 1. Sarah Webster, 1:05.46; 2. Elizabeth Lopez, 1:06.59; 3. Jennah Jones, 1:07.20; 4. Nicole Schmitt, 1:10.57; 5. Dana Cochran, 1:12.39; 6. Chelsea VanVickle, 1:24.27; 7. Catriona Lowe, 1:27.22; 8. Lisa Beranek, 1:34.06; 9. Mindee Morning, 1:36.21; 10. Carmen Stephl, 1:39.05; 11. Laura Sanborn, 1:47.48; 12. Kerri Schmitt, 1:50.28; 13. Joanna Watts, 2:05.30; 14. Katie Wales, 2:05.30; 15. Katelynn Best, 3:18.20; 16. Sheila Best, 3:18.20; 17. Teagen Kobylarz, 3:22.40; 18. Stephanie Kobylarz, 3:22.40; 19. Olivia Kobylarz, 3:22.40; 20. Emily Lints, 3:31.40.

Men’s run — 1. Trey Perry, 1:09.06; 2. Sean Goff, 1:19.10; 3. Kent Peterson, 1:20.17; 4. Scott Huff, 1:23.09; 5. Benjamin McGarry, 1:26.57; 6. Noah Perry, 1:27.49; 7. Carl Kincaid, 1:33.10; 8. Bill Taylor, 1:33.25; 9. Doug Hogue, 1:34.13; 10. Mike Salzetti, 1:42.35.

Women’s run — 1. Debbie Cropper, 1:24.09; 2. Heather Moon, 1:28.00; 3. Emilie Marshall, 1:33.59; 4. Emily Werner, 1:36.29; 5. Kara Johnston, 1:36.40; 6. Susan Craig, 1:38.36; 7. Amy Ware, 1:48.27; 8. Rachel Sjodin, 1:48.27; 9. Alice Anderson, 1:50.27; 10. Giuliana Houchin, 1:54.46; 11. Stephanie Reynolds, 1:55.14; 12. Brianne Steed, 1:55.17; 13. Lindsey Wilson, 1:55.17; 14. Melissa Tafoya, 1:57.03; 15. Johanna Alvarez, 2:00.08; 16. Kimberly Tornow, 2:00.14; 17. Cindy Detrow, 2:00.14.

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