Salmon Run Series: Parks, Gregoire pick up victories

Jason Parks and Gina Gregoire picked up victories in the third race of the Salmon Run Series on Wednesday, July 19, at Tsalteshi Trails just outside of Soldotna.

Parks finished the five-kilometer course in 17 minutes and 26 seconds. Gregoire was the top woman, and fourth overall, at 24:00.

The fourth race of the series is Wednesday, July 26, at Tsalteshi Trails. For this week, the race starts at the Kalifornsky Beach trailhead across from the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex.

The one-kilometer kids race starts at 6 p.m., with the five-kilometer event following at 6:15 p.m.

Salmon Run Series 3

1. Jason Parks, 17 minutes, 26 seconds; 2. Nathaniel Faulkenberry, 19:11; 3. Aaron Bates, 23:37; 4. Gina Gregoire, 24:00; 5. Annie Burns, 24:21; 6. Nolan Scarlett, 25:30; 7. Morgan Aldridge, 25:48; 8. Jackson Blackwell, 26:00; 9. Carl Kincaid, 26:50; 10. Sam Satathite, 27:20; 11. Jeffrey Helminiak, 27:26; 12. Ron Bates, 29:47; 13. Shiloh Zichko, 30:58; 14. Ben Hanson, 31:03; 15. Madi Vincent-Lang, 31:07; 16. John Sanborn, 32:11; 17. Todd Sherwood, 33:31; 18. Connor Knight, 34:02; 19. Kathy T, 35:15; 20. Arielle Dera, 36:11; 21. Ruben Foster, 36:16; 22. Naomi Zichko, 37:01; 23. Amy Antommaria, 37:52; 24. Eric Parsons, 37:53; 25. Ian Dera, 41:35; 26. Piper Bundy, 43:29; 27. Sara Bundy, 43:36.

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