Results posted for Tsalteshi Cycle Series No. 2

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, July 18, 2015 11:52pm
  • Sports

The Tsalteshi Cycle series held its second race of the season Thursday night, with Adam Rothman taking the men’s race and Kara Johnston winning the women’s race.

Rothman finished in 22 minutes, 43 seconds, while Tony Eskelin was second in 23:17 and Brian Beeson was third in 23:24. Johnston crossed the line at 26:43, while Meg Inokuma was the next woman at 28:58 and Laura Pillifant was third at 33:09.

Thursday will be the third race in the series, starting from the Skyview Middle School trailhead. Each race is $5, or free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members. Races start at 6:15 p.m., while registration is at 5:30 p.m.

Tsalteshi Cycle Series No. 2

1. Adam Rothman (1st men’s), 22 minutes, 43 seconds; 2. Tony Eskelin (2nd men’s), 23:17; 3. Brian Beeson (3rd men’s), 23:24; 4. John-Mark Pothast, 23:27; 5. Zach Johnston, 23:51; 6. Nathan Kincaid, 25:10; 7. Adam Agosti, 26:08; 8. Mark Beeson, 26:17; 9. Matt Pyhala, 26:19; 10. Eric Willets, 26:26; 11. John Mohorcich, 26:40; 12. Kara Johnston (1st women’s), 26:43; 13. Michael Blake, 26:52; 14. Nic Larson, 27:00; 15. Rob Carson, 27:12; 16. Kevin Lauver, 27:21; 17. Jamie Nelson, 27:25; 18. Scott Huff, 27:33; 19. Addison Downing, 27:58; 20. Tyle Owens, 28:12; 21. Will Morrow, 28:21; 22. Peter DiCarlo, 28:52; 23. Meg Inokuma (2nd women’s), 28:58; 24. Mike Hancock, 29:07; 25. Matt Neisinger, 29:17.

26. Carl Kincaid, 29:32; 27. John Tabor, 30:39; 28. Laura Pillifant (3rd women’s), 33:09; 29. Laura Mohorcich, 33:53; 30. Levi Michael, 36:23; 31. Jen Showalter, 37:38; 32. Simone Owens, 38:15; 33. Isabella Dammeyer, 41:35; 34. Rory Nelson, 41:52; 35. Ryan Nelson, 41:55; 36. Toli Boutwell, 42:43; 37. Anya Boutwell, 42:57; 38. Landen Showalter, 44:54; 39. James Showalter, 44:56; 40. Tanner Penrod, 45:30.

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