Silta, Pyhala take Black Stone run

  • By Staff Report
  • Friday, August 21, 2015 12:03am
  • Sports

Matti Silta and Sarah Pyhala won the Black Stone Axe Ridge Summer 6K on Wednesday at Tsalteshi Trails.

The run followed the mountain bike singletrack and snowshoe trails from the Wolverine trailhead to Skyview Middle School and back.

Silta finished the course in 33 minutes, 27 seconds, for the win, while Scott Huff was second at 34:42 and Lance Chilton was third at 35:22.

Pyhala was the first woman across the line at 41:04, while Marci Luebke was second at 41:50 and Jen Showalter was third at 51:20.

Black Stone Axe Ridge Summer 6K


at Tsalteshi Trails

1. Matti Silta (1st Men’s), 33:27; 2. Scott Huff (2nd Men’s), 34:42; 3. Lance Chilton (3rd Men’s), 35:22; 4. Carl Kincaid, 35:59; 5. Kevin Lauver, 36:47; 6. Jeff Helminiak, 37:59; 7. Matt Pyhala, 39:10; 8. Rick Luebke, 40:01; 9. Scott Sumner, 40:17; 10. Sarah Pyhala (1st Women’s), 41:04; 11. Jamie Nelson, 41:32; 12. Zak Buckbee, 41:47; 13. Marci Luebke (2nd Women’s), 41:50; 14. Dan Conetta, 42:27; 15. Landen Showalter, 51:19; 16. Jen Showalter (3rd Women’s), 51:20; 17. Cassie Collins, 51:25; 18. Misty Peterkin, 51:27; 19. Pete Mauro, 51:28; 20. Maria Sweppy, 1:01:11; 21. Madison McDonald, 1:01:59; 22. Rinna Carson, 1:02:02; 23. Audrey McDonald, 1:02:03; 24. Robert Carson, 1:02:04; 25. Dana McDonald, 1:02:05.

26. Matt Brown, 1:09:08; 27. Alaine Lagasse, 1:09:15.

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