Chad Anderson of Kasilof and Allie Ostrander guide Everett Anderson, 3, to the finish line Wednesday, July 19, 2017, at the Salmon Run Series at Tsalteshi Trails. Getting the free ride on Chad’s shoulders is Ben Anderson, 2. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Chad Anderson of Kasilof and Allie Ostrander guide Everett Anderson, 3, to the finish line Wednesday, July 19, 2017, at the Salmon Run Series at Tsalteshi Trails. Getting the free ride on Chad’s shoulders is Ben Anderson, 2. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Results posted for Salmon Run Series 2

The results have been posted from the second Salmon Run Series, held Wednesday at Tsalteshi Trails.

The series continues Wednesday at the Skyview Middle School trailhead at Tsalteshi with a 1K kids race at 6 p.m., to be followed by the 5K adult race at about 6:15 p.m. Registration info is available at kenaiwatershed.org.

Salmon Run Series 2

1. Galen Hecht, 18 minutes, 46 seconds; 2. Collin Atkinson, 20:08; 3. Jack Laker, 20:29; 4. Will Steffe, 21:03; 5. Benjamin McGarry, 22:22; 6. Chase Laker, 22:31; 7. Alex Young, 22:42; 8. Erika Arthur, 23:07; 9. James Butler, 23:27; 10. Shyne Hood, 23:51; 11. Aaron Bates, 23:58; 12. Ian McGarry, 23:58; 13. Chris Logan, 23:59; 14. Robert Carson, 24:02; 15. Chael Arthur, 24:10; 16. Rustin Hitchcock, 24:17; 17. Kevin Sturgill, 24:25; 18. Dominic Alioto, 24:48; 19. Ryan Marquis, 25:03; 20. Cooper Tallent, 26:21; 21. Michael Tallent, 26:22; 22. Stryker McLane, 26:31; 23. Alek McGarry, 26:34; 24. Jeffrey Helminiak, 26:56; 25. Joe Muchmore, 27:05.

26. Kale Tilly, 27:36; 27. Sam Tilly, 27:37; 28. Gus Reimer, 28:08; 29. Adam Reimer, 28:12; 30. Wyatt Dement, 28:13; 31. Julie Laker, 29:17; 32. Kellie Arthur, 29:19; 33. Jane Fuerstenau, 30:17; 34. Deandra McLane, 31:16; 35. Emily Moss, 32:13; 36. Kim Mason, 32:41; 37. Melissa Wolf, 32:41; 38. Matt Brown, 32:49; 39. Kate Swaby, 33:07; 40. Kevin Realon, 33:26; 41. Megan Bryant, 33:27; 42. Sara Lucas, 33:33; 43. Stephanie Lambe, 34:00; 44. Nate Hibberd, 34:44; 45. Tamara Hibberd, 34:44; 46. Frank Alioto, 38:12; 47. Eden Alioto, 38:12; 48. Katie Turner, 39:29; 49. Jessica Perry, 42:27; 50. Glenda Launder, 42:27.

51. Kelsey Hill, 42:47; 52. Tessa Tilly, 44:07; 53. Atlas Tilly, 44:09; 54. Maria Sweppy, 44:45; 55. Leif Laker, 45:38; 56. Suzanne Alioto, 47:39; 57. Lance Spindler, 51:18; 58. Suzanne Reid, 54:08; 59. Calvin Aldridge, 54:08; 60. Yvonne Oren, 54:35.

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