Results for Salmon Cycle 4 posted

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 2, 2014 11:43pm
  • Sports

Jordan Theisen and Leah Kiviat won the fourth race in the Salmon Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Theisen was the top finisher in the 10-kilometer race at 26 minutes, 34 seconds, while Ian Horton was second at 27:04 and John-Mark Pothast was third at 27:55. Kiviat finished at 30:16, while Sadie Fox was next at 32:55 and Hannah Pothast was third at 33:58.

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 2014

Race 4 results, 10 kilometers

1. Jordan Theisen, 26 minutes, 34 seconds; 2. Ian Horton, 27:04; 3. John-Mark Pothast, 27:55; 4. Tony Eskelin, 28:05; 5. Tanner Best, 29:02; 6. Leah Kiviat (1st female), 30:16; 7. Colton Diehl, 30:32; 8. Mike Bergholtz, 32:47; 9. Jeff Williams, 32:53; 10. John Mohorcich, 32:54; 11. Sadie Fox (2nd female), 32:55; 12. Ryan Nelson, 33:17; 13. Peter DiCarlo, 33:22; 14. Rob Carson, 33:26; 15. Matt Pyhala, 33:35; 16. Julius Adolfsson, 33:54; 17. Hannah Pothast (3rd female), 33:58; 18. Scott Huff, 34:11; 19. Jamie Nelson, 34:14; 20. John Pothast, 34:20; 21. Ben Gardner, 34:26; 22. Bechler Metcalf, 36:44; 23. Jen Tabor, 36:47; 24. John Tabor, 37:14; 25. Laura Pillifant, 37:36; 26. Laura Mohorcich, 38:35; 27. Jack Maryott, 39:22; 28. Heather Schramm, 39:54; 29. Sheryl Nelson, 41:27; 30. Aldyn Brudie, 41:50; 31. Gavin Hart, 43:58; 32. Rob Moore, 45:13; 33. Sheila Best, 46:50; 34. Joanna Watts, 54:29; 35. Melody Niichel, 54:50; DNF: Derek Schramm, Katrina Cannava.

Single Lap — 1. Charlene Spiers; 2. Landen Showalter; 3. Jen Showalter; 4. Chris Bergholtz; 5. Ithaca Bergholtz; 6. Katelynn Best.

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