Results posted for Salmon Cycle Series No. 1

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, July 11, 2015 10:50pm
  • Sports

John-Mark Pothast and Kara Johnston won the first edition of the Salmon Cycle Series on Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Pothast finished in 22 minutes, 24 seconds, while Tony Eskelin was second at 22:50 and Brian Beeson was third at 23:28. Johnston came in at 26:48, while Meg Inokuma was second at 27:00 and Laura Mohorcich was third at 29:29.

The series continues on Thursdays at 6:15 p.m. leading up to PsychoCross on Sept. 5. Races are free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members and $5 for nonmembers.

1. John-Mark Pothast, 22 minutes, 24 seconds (1st Men’s); 2. Tony Eskelin, 22:50 (2nd Men’s); 3. Brian Beeson, 23:28 (3rd Men’s); 4. Zach Johnston, 24:35; 5. Adam Agosti, 25:08; 6. Mark Beeson, 25:18; 7. Kevin Lauver, 25:23; 8. Will Morrow, 25:43; 9. Matt Pyhala, 25:44; 10. Jackson Meyer, 25:54; 11. Nic Larson, 25:55; 12. Aidan Willets, 25:59; 13. John Mohorcich, 26:25; 14. John Pothast, 26:46; 15. Kara Johnston, 26:48 (1st Women’s); 16. Ryan Nelson, 26:49; 17. Carl Kincaid, 26:56; 18. Jamie Nelson, 26:58; 19. Meg Inokuma, 27:00 (2nd Women’s); 20. Rob Carson, 27:05; 21. John Tabor, 27:25; 22. Tyle Owens, 27:26; 23. Eric Willets, 27:40; 24. Peter DiCarlo, 28:31; 25. Brad Carver, 29:26.

26. Laura Mohorcich, 29:29 (3rd Women’s); 27. Shayne Pond, 31:16; 28. Sheryl Nelson, 32:20; 29. Simone Owens, 34:38; 30. Scott Huff, 35:31; 31. Toli Boutwell, 35:57; 32. Jen Showalter, 36:09; 33. Kristin Morrow, 36:28; 34. Grace Morrow, 36:29; 35. Nathan Moore, 37:09; 36. Landen Showalter, 37:12; 37. James Showalter, 37:12; 38. Anya Boutwell, 39:10; 39. Tanner Penrod, 39:18; 40. Aidan Huff, 22:39 (1 lap).

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