Results posted for 1st Salmon Run race of season

  • By Staff Report
  • Thursday, July 9, 2015 11:31pm
  • Sports

Race No. 1 of the Salmon Run Series kicked off Wednesday evening at the Tsalteshi Trails in Soldotna.

Jonah Theisen of Kenai edged Sam Tilly for the win by a second in the five-kilometer race, winning with a time of 17 minutes, 3 seconds. Tyler Dinnan finished third in 18:37.

Sadie Fox finished 10th overall to win the women’s race with a time of 21:31, just four days after finishing the women’s Mount Marathon race in Seward. Anna Widman finished second among women with a time of 24:01, and was also coming off the grueling contest up and down the 3,022-foot peak in Seward.

Race No. 2 of the five-week series will be held 6 p.m. Wednesday at Tsalteshi at the Skyview trailhead. Each race is five kilometers, with a youth race, at 1K, just before the 5K. Proceeds benefit the Kenai Watershed Forum’s summer camps. Races are $10 for Tsalteshi members or $15 for nonmembers. Registration is available at tsalteshi.org or before the race.

Salmon Run Series race #1

Wednesday

1. Jonah Theisen, 17:03; 2. Sam Tilly, 17:04; 3. Tyler Dinnan, 18:37; 4. Levi Michael, 19:31; 5. Mike Crawford, 19:41; 6. Mark Blanning, 19:51; 7. Brian Beeson, 20:39; 8. Tony Eskelin, 21:03; 9. John-Mark Pothast, 21:10; 10. Sadie Fox, 21:31; 11. Paul Ostrander, 21:32; 12. Nathan Spence, 22:07; 13. Scott Huff, 22:17; 14. Jesse Kincaid, 22:24; 15. Ryan Kapp, 22:40; 16. Anna Widman, 24:01; 17. Carl Kincaid, 23:05; 18. Gabriel Juliussen, 23:40; 19. Jeff Helminiak, 23:56; 20. John Paul Dammeyer, 23:58; 21. Kara Johnston, 24:01; 22. Heather Moon, 24:03; 23. Ben Hanson, 24:11; 24. Kevin Lauver, 24:12; 25. Gina Gregoine, 24:30.

26. Tucker Mueller, 24:34; 27. John Hedges, 24:36; 28. Jamie Erlich, 24:37; 29. Ryan Nelson, 24:44; 30. Zandy Weldman, 24:48; 31. Jeff McDonald, 24:49; 32. Sherly Carroll, 24:51; 33. Jamie Nelson, 24:57; 34. Cy Dull, 24:58; 35. Chris Wight, 25:09; 36. Lisa Jullioussen, 25:11; 37. Matthew Pyhala, 25:33; 38. Sarah Pyhala, 25:35; 39. Jack LeBlanc, 25:36; 40. Elizabeth Hardie, 25:48; 41. Scott Habermann, 25:52; 42. Kayla Haus, 25:53; 43. Sophie Callahan, 26:06; 44. David Callahan, 26:07; 45. Alexander Lisenby, 26:08; 46. Joseph Dammeyer, 26:20; 47. Mieka Chythlook, 26:21; 48. Chad Arthur, 26:23; 49. Dylan Hogue, 27:06; 50. Adrienne Chambers, 27:14.

51. Elizabeth Lisenby, 27:26; 52. Roy Stuckey, 27:28; 53. Jack Laker, 27:38; 54. Henry Heft, 27:51; 55. Ree’Lynn Lisenby, 27:54; 56. Emily Knight, 28:09; 57. Savai’l Heaven, 28:27; 58. Robert Hunter, 28:28; 59. Dareena Doyle, 28:29; 60. Isabella Dammeyer, 28:30; 61. Joan Ryan, 28:43; 62. Sarah Hollers, 28:53; 63. Loren Hollers, 28:54; 64. Ashley McDonald, 28:56; 65. Regina Theisen, 29:23; 66. Maria Dammeyer, 29:26; 67. Eric Soderquist, 29:45; 68. Jodi Hanson, 30:17; 69. Rob Carson, 30:23; 70. Janelle Hames, 30:24; 71. Lanie Hughes, 30:26; 72. Jack Marriot, 30:32; 73. Bill Grabowski, 30:34; 74. Jami Wight, 30:35; 75. Kate Swaby, 30:36.

76. Jeff Perschbacher, 30:54; 77. Brett Alleman, 31:04; 78. Joe Steien, 31:06; 79. Janice Habermann, 31:12; 80. Melinda Miller, 31:16; 81. Pamela Parker, 31:19; 82. Kaley Hunter, 31:43; 83. Nathan Latin, 32:01; 84. Carter Cannava, 32:04; 85. Katrina Cannava, 32:05; 86. Anna Latin, 32:27; 87. Lisa Chambers, 32:30; 88. June Stuckey, 32:55; 89. Morgan Aldridge, 33:03; 90. Sondra Padlo, 33:04; 91. Jen Showalter, 33:17; 92. Noelle Latin, 33:27; 93. Maleria Nunn, 33:29; 94. Sara Pozonsky, 33:44; 95. Jane Fuerstenau, 33:46; 96. Mitch Michaud, 33:46; 97. Jada Glaves, 33:50; 98. Julie Cisco, 34:05; 99. Maya Callahan, 34:33; 100. Cassie Collins, 34:40.

101. Kaiden Peterson, 34:53; 102. Dylan Callahan, 35:11; 103. Suzanna Callahan, 35:11; 104. Maria Sweppy, 35:32; 105. Sheilah-Margaret Pothast, 35:33; 106. John Pothast, 35:34; 107. Debbie Tressler, 35:41; 108. Amelia Mueller, 35:46; 109. Meg Mueller, 35:50; 110. Marcus Mueller, 35:51; 111. Nathan Showalter, 36:02; 112. Rinna Carson, 36:39; 113. Jordan Ruffner, 37:18; 114. Tara Ruffner, 37:19; 115. Julie Laker, 37:37; 116. Chase Laker, 37:37; 117. Marly Pershbacher, 38:16; 118. Susan Schaeffer-Beck, 38:56; 119. Maryjane Hadaway, 39:22; 120. Sherree Drake, 39:49; 121. Joy Petrie, 40:58; 122. Billy Morrow, 41:04; 123. Kristin Morrow, 41:06; 124. Lauri Lingafelt, 125. Brenda Ahlberg, 41:10.

126. Tiffany Alleman, 41:25; 127. Fiona Linegar, 41:31; 128. Madison McDonald, 41:59; 129. Ethan Hogue, 42:05; 130. Jim White, 42:07; 131. Laurie Olson, 42:07; 132. Angie Nelson, 42:10; 133. Robert Carson, 42:26; 134. Taylor Ruffner, 42:41; 135. Bill Hanson, 43:34; 136. Johna Beech, 44:15; 137. Penny Furnish, 44:52; 138. Matt Brown, 45:19; 139. Audrey McDonald, 46:43; 140. Emmalyn Murray, 47:25; 141. Hydra Murray, 47:25; 142. Kylie Morris, 47:49; 143. Amy McDonald, 48:01; 144. Daedra Doyle, 48:01; 145. Faida Linegar, 48:37; 146. Lisa Linegar, 48:40; 147. Lynn Dusek, 53:42; 148. Sean Dusek, 53:42.

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