Results posted for Soldotna Cycle Series

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, July 2, 2017 12:25am
  • Sports

Mike Crawford, Ashley Tonione and Landen Showalter were the top riders at the first Soldotna Cycle Series race, held Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Crawford blitzed the 10-kilometer course in 21 minutes, 53 seconds, while Brian Beeson was the next to cross at 23:34 and Nathan Kincaid was third at 24:13.

Tonione was first among women and 10th overall with her time of 28:31. Jen Showalter was the next woman at 29:01, while Morgan Aldridge was third at 29:13.

Landen Showalter paced the youth racers with a 31:12 showing. Next was Dylan Hogue at 31:47 and Audrey McDonald at 37:40.

The series continues Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails, with registration at 5:45 and race at 6:15. The cost is $5 for members of the Tsalteshi Trails Association and $10 for nonmembers.

Soldotna Cycle Series #1

10 kilometers

1. Mike Crawford, 21 minutes, 53 seconds; 2. Brian Beeson, 23:34; 3. Nathan Kincaid, 24:13; 4. Tyle Owens, 25:08; 5. Eric Willets, 25:46; 6. Dave Edwards-Smith, 26:22; 7. Jamie Nelson, 26:49; 8. Aiden Willets, 27:51; 9. Will Morrow, 28:06; 10. Ashley Tonione, 28:31 (1st women’s); 11. Marc Romano, 29:01; 12. Jen Showalter, 29:01.5 (2nd women’s); 13. Morgan Aldridge, 29:13 (3rd women’s); 14. Mary Simondsen, 29:50; 15. Dan Balmer, 29:55; 16. Carl Kincaid, 30:04; 17. Jen Tabor, 30:14; 18. Joel Todd, 31:04; 19. Landen Showalter, 31:12 (1st youth); 20. Ryan Nelson, 31:17; 21. Dylan Hogue, 31:47 (2nd youth); 22. John Tabor, 31:50; 23. Cassie Collins, 32:02; 24. Peter DiCarlo, 32:24; 25. Justin Broyles, 33:08.

26. Catriona Reynolds, 33:16; 27. Cody Czer-Ransom, 33:19; 28. Amber Kraxberger-Linson, 33:53; 29. George Jedlicka, 35:35; 30. Clark Whitney, 35:45; 31. Allie Cunningham Swan, 36:18; 32. Audrey McDonald, 37:40 (3rd youth); 33. Jo Watts, 40:16; 34. Kat Sorensen, 41:05; 35. Darrell Kincaid, 42:31; 36. Ethan Hogue, 43:17; 37. Robert Carson, 43:32; 38. Rob Carson, 43:34; 39. Tanner Penrod, 31:47 (2 laps); 40. Tom Kobylarz, 35:08 (2 laps); 41. Stephanie Kobylarz, 35:38 (2 laps); 42. Wanda Kincaid, 38:16 (2 laps); 43. Gary Bryson, 38:59 (2 laps); 44. Steve Broyles, 39:02 (2 laps); 45. Madison McDonald, 42:13 (2 laps); 46. Eric McKinley, 42:28 (2 laps); 47. Dana McDonald, 42:30 (2 laps); 48. Caden McKinley, 42:34 (2 laps); 49. Mark McKinley, 42:39 (2 laps); 50. Lucia Carson, 22:50 (1 lap).

51. Teagen Kobylarz, 22:18 (1 lap); 52. Olivia Kobylarz, 23:18 (1 lap).

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