Results posted for Soldotna Cycle Series

The first Soldotna Cycle Series race of the year was held Thursday at the Slikok Trails. Dylan Hogue and Morgan Aldridge won the 12-kilometer race, while Ethan Anderson and Carrie Wawrzyk won the six-kilometer event.

The series continues Thursday at 6:15 p.m., with riders meeting at 6 p.m. Check the Facebook page of Tsalteshi Trails for location.

Soldotna Cycle Series


12-kilometer — 1. Dylan Hogue, 33 minutes, 43 seconds; 2. Eric Willets, 35:57; 3. Morgan Aldridge, 37:28; 4. Tucker Houle, 40:03; 5. Nick Depsky, 40:04; 6. Emma Blake, 40:05; 7. Tom Seggerman, 42:11; 8. Will Morrow, 44:00; 9. Joshua T, 44:36; 10. Jamie Nelson, 44:51; 11. Shane Lopez, 46:53; 12. Cassie Collins, 47:31; 13. Patty Moran, 47:58; 14. Maverick Boyer, 48:40; 15. Stephen Kronlege, 52:00; 16. Dan Keck, 54:17; 17. Kelly Sederholm, 1:02:30; 18. Jane Adkins, 1:04:50; 19. Cindy Miller, 1:04:50.

Six-kilometer — 1. Ethan Anderson, 28:38; 2. Everett Anderson, 34:03; 3. Carrie Wawrzyk, 36:58; 4. Laurie Lingafelt, 41:20; 5. Bill Tracy, 42:00; 6. Landon Musgrove, 56:18; 7. Stephanie Musgrove, 56:20. DNF — Tim Keck, Darrell Kincaid.

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