Results posted for 3rd Tsalteshi Cycle Series

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, July 25, 2015 11:38pm
  • Sports

Ian Horton and Kara Johnston came out on top of the third installment of the Tsalteshi Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Horton finished at 24 minutes, 40 seconds, for the win, while Adam Rothman was second at 24:55 and Brian Beeson was third at 25:01.

Johnston was the first woman across the line at 28:39, which was ninth overall. Angie Brennan was next at 29:24, while Laura Pillifant was third at 35:07.

The Tsalteshi Cycle Series continues Thursday at the Skyview Middle School trailhead. Each race is $5, or free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members. Races start at 6:15 p.m., while registration starts at 5:30 p.m.

Tsalteshi Cycle Series No. 3

Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Ian Horton (1st Men’s), 24 minutes, 40 seconds; 2. Adam Rothman (2nd Men’s), 24:55; 3. Brian Beeson (3rd Men’s), 25:01; 4. Tony Eskelin, 26:10; 5. Nathan Kincaid, 26:23; 6. Zach Johnston, 26:58; 7. Tanner Best, 28:20; 8. Mark Beeson, 28:37; 9. Kara Johnston (1st Women’s), 28:39; 10. Mike Hancock, 28:47; 11. Scott Huff, 28:55; 12. John Mohorcich, 29:04; 13. Matt Neisinger, 29:05; 14. Angie Brennan (2nd Women’s), 29:24; 15. Kevin Lauver, 29:38; 16. Rob Carson, 29:43; 17. Matt Pyhala, 30:06; 18. Jamie Nelson, 30:09; 19. Ryan Nelson, 30:10; 20. Tyle Owens, 30:49; 21. Will Morrow, 32:04; 22. Peter DiCarlo, 33:30; 23. Aiden Willets, 35:03; 24. Laura Pillifant (3rd Women’s), 35:07; 25. Jen Tabor, 35:19.

26. John Tabor, 35:20; 27. Shayne Pond, 35:35; 28. Laura Mohorcich, 35:36; 29. Mitch Michaud, 37:27; 30. Nate Mole, 37:37; 31. Simone Owens, 38:18; 32. Riley Smithwick, 39:55; 33. Sheryl Nelson, 41:09; 34. Isabella Dammeyer, 42:19; 35. Morgan Aldridge, 42:48; 36. Otto Nelson, 44:06; 37. Tanner Penrod, 48:42; 38. Jen Showalter, 54:29; 39. Landen Showalter, 54:38; 40. Joanna Watts, 1 lap, 30:40; 41. Simone Watts, 1 lap, 30:40; 42. Rory Nelson, 1 lap, 30:41; 43. Gavin Brennan, 1 lap, 30:41; 44. Michael Revis, 1 lap, 31:00.

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