Results posted for Soldotna Cycle Series

The fourth race of the Soldotna Cycle Series was held Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails

Staff report

The fifth race of the Soldotna Cycle Series was held Thursday beginning at the Skyview Middle School trailhead. Thursday’s series was the Long Lap/Short Lap Race. 12-kilometer racers rode one lap of each course, and could choose which order they wanted to do it in. 6-kilometer racers only did the short lap. The series will meet Thursday at Skyview Middle School for a course preview of the series’ final pursuit course.Registration is at 5:45 p.m., while racing begins at 6:15 p.m.

The results of this week’s race follow:

12-kilometer race — 1. Dylan Hogue – 31 minutes, 3 seconds; 2. Morgan Aldridge – 31:05 (1st Place Women); 3. Will Steffe – 31:28; 4. Brian Beeson – 32:19; 5. Jack Laker – 32:48; 6. Greg Fallon – 33:36; 7. Ben Boersma – 34:01 (1st Place Youth); 8. James Butler – 34:51; 9. Jon Iannaccone – 34:51; 10. Taylor Hanley – 36:43; 11. Tanner Sommer – 37:50; 12. Rob Carson – 37:57; 13. Michael Eyre – 39:16; 14. CO Rudstrom – 41:37; 15. Robert Carson – 41:59 (2nd Place Youth); 16. Tor Dahl – 42:49; 17. Parker Rose – 43:37 (3rd Place Youth); 18. Peter DiCarlo – 44:01; 19. Ollie Dahl – 44:04 (Youth); 20. Ethan Hogue – 44:47; 21. Alicia Kincaid – 45:55 (2nd Place Women); 22. Stephanie Lambe – 46:27 (3rd Place Women); 23. Paxton McKnight – 47:44 (Youth); 24. Johnathan White – 50:46 (Youth); 25. Will Smith – 51:27 (Youth); 26. Josh Smith – 51:28; 27. Kylie Morris – 53:28 (Women); 28. Andrea Anderson – 1:00:47; 29. Darrell Kincaid – 1:03:25

6-kilometer race — 1. Jen Tabor – 21 minutes, 15 seconds; 2. John Tabor – 22:48; 3. Julie Laker – 22:53; 4. Carrie Wawrzyk – 23:48; 5. Nels Dahl – 26:29; 6. Vance Johnston – 29:03; 7. Nathan Nelson – 30:22; 8. Jamie Nelson – 30:34

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