Results posted for Salmon Run Series No. 4

  • By Staff Report
  • Thursday, July 30, 2015 11:12pm
  • Sports

Rex Shields and Jaycie Calvert were the top runners at the fourth edition of the Salmon Run Series on Wednesday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Shields crossed the finish line of the five-kilometer run at 16 minutes, 32 seconds. Derek Gibson was next at 16:41, while Brian Beeson was third at 20:04. Calvert was the first women’s finisher at 21:33, which also was sixth overall. Ithaca Bergholtz was next at 23:21 while Rebecca Harris was third at 24:09.

The fifth and final Salmon Run Series will be Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Skyview Middle School trailhead at Tsalteshi Trails. Each race is five kilometers long.

There also is a youth division. That’s a 1K race for children 6 and under before the 5K race. Proceeds benefit the Kenai Watershed Forum’s summer camps. Races are $10 for Tsalteshi Trails Association members or $15 for nonmembers. Registration is available at tsalteshi.org or before the race.

Salmon Run Series No. 4

1. Rex Shields, 16:32; 2. Derek Gibson, 16:41; 3. Brian Beeson, 20:04; 4. Joe Sandahl, 21:06; 5. Nathan Kincaid, 21:26; 6. Jaycie Calvert, 21:33; 7. Derek Beach, 21:49; 8. John-Mark Pothast, 21:56; 9. Carl Kincaid, 21:58; 10. Scott Huff, 22:05; 11. Joey Klecka, 22:14; 12. Michael Scheffer, 22:43; 13. Ithaca Bergholtz, 23:21; 14. Kevin Lauver, 23:31; 15. Sean Goff, 23:54; 16. Savai’I Heaven, 24:01; 17. Jeff Helminiak, 24:06; 18. Rebecca Harris, 24:09; 19. Jeff McDonald, 24:15; 20. Jamie Nelson, 24:51; 21. Brook Satathite, 24:56; 22. Elizabeth Hardie, 25:04; 23. Sarah Pyhala, 25:31; 24. John Paul Dammeyer, 25:43; 25. Dave Litchfield, 26:07.

26. Dan Concha, 26:17; 27. Joseph Dammeyer, 26:23; 28. David Datin, 26:32; 29. Wyatt White, 27:49; 30. Brittany Osland, 27:51; 31. Katie Evans, 27:52; 32. Kaleb Anthony, 27:53; 33. Morgan Aldridge, 27:55; 34. Jodi Hanson, 27:58; 35. Matthew Pyhala, 28:01; 36. Hunter Reese, 28:04; 37. Christine Bergholtz, 28:04; 38. Alex Bergholtz, 28:05; 39. Keith Chilson, 28:07; 40. Isabella Dammeyer, 28:11; 41. Jane Fuerstenau, 28:18; 42. Robert Hunter, 28:21; 43. Eric Soderquist, 28:24; 44. Patty Moran, 28:27; 45. Loren Hollers, 28:31; 46. Joey Steien, 28:45; 47. Ree’Lynn Lisenby, 29:05; 48. Carter Cannava, 29:18; 49. Katrine Cannava, 29:19; 50. Amy Baxter, 29:23.

51. Kate Swaby, 29:45; 52. Jami Wight, 29:45; 53. Gasha Skolnick, 29:47; 54. Jen Showalter, 29:55; 55. Owen Rolph, 30:21; 56. Sarah Hollers, 30:47; 57. Pamela Parker, 30:49; 58. Erin Neisinger, 31:04; 59. Steve Cothran, 31:04; 60. Bill Grabowki, 31:09; 61. Shawn Baker, 31:35; 62. Sara Pozonsky, 31:37; 63. Terri Cowart, 31:43; 64. Jeff Perschbacher, 31:56; 65. Emma-Clare Dammeyer, 32:05; 66. Maria Dammeyer, 32:06; 67. Mitch Michaud, 32:11; 68. Jordan Childson, 32:11; 69. Julie Laker, 32:48; 70. Sheilah-Margaret Potast, 32:51; 71. John Pothast, 32:52; 72. Mity Peterskin, 33:03; 73. Dana McDonald, 33:41; 74. Kaley Hunter, 33:51; 75. Cassie Collins, 33:51.

76. Julie Cisco, 34:12; 77. David Houldsworth, 34:37; 78. David Martin, 34:41; 79. Melinda Miller, 35:07; 80. Harmony Anthony, 35:08; 81. Maria Sweppy, 36:05; 82. Marly Perschbacher, 36:15; 83. Rinna Carson, 37:22; 84. Angie Nelson, 38:02; 85. Tony Oliver, 38:41; 86. Chris Silva, 39:06; 87. Brenda Ahlberg, 39:22; 88. Maryjane Hadaway, 39:22; 89. Landen Showalter, 39:26; 90. Emily Moss, 39:32; 91. Madison McDonald, 39:32; 92. Robert Carson, 39:38; 93. Jack Laker, 39:54; 94. Lauri Lingafelt, 40:09; 95. Kylie Morris, 40:11; 96. Tristen Reese, 41:53; 97. Matt Brown, 42:17; 98. Audrey McDonald, 43:53; 99. Aiden Huff, 44:24; 100. Nancy Carver, 44:57.

101. Russell Cramer, 44:58; 102. Roland Cramer, 44:59; 103. Mary Bodnar, 45:01; 104. Emmalyn Murray, 45:17; 105. Petra Murray, 45:18; 106. Penny Furnish, 46:17; 107. Hydra Murray, 47:01; 108. Chase Laker, 47:41; 109. Jeanne Lachowski, 47:41; 110. Terry Edmundson, 47:57; 111. Gerall Hieser, 51:54; 112. Michael Avaglrano, 51:55; 113. Pam Satathite, 53:41; 114. Laurie Sanders, 53:43; 115. Sydney Smith, 56:09; 116. Sarah Hamilton, 56:09; 117. Charlene Benson, 56:09; 118. Lynn Dusek, 56:11; 119. Sean Dusek, 56:11; 120. Jim White, 1:05:21; 121. Laurie Olson, 1:05:21.

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