Ski for Women results posted

  • By Staff Report
  • Monday, February 2, 2015 11:59pm
  • Sports

The Ski for Women was held Sunday at Tsalteshi Trails, featuring a 5K freestyle, 5K classic or 3K snowshoe. The results follow:

Ski for Women

Sunday at Tsalteshi Trails

Teams (5K freestyle, 5K classic, 3K snowshoe)

1. Alex Bergholtz, Kristen Nyquist, McKala Salzetti, 51:32; 2. Allie Ostrander, Ithaca Bergholtz, Christine Bergholtz, 57:39; 3. Lea Schmidtbauer, Madeleine Michaud, Kaja Neilson, 58:37; 4. Kyaran Matturro, Theresa Salzetti, Maria Salzetti, 1:18:54.

5K Freestyle

1. Leah Kiviat, 15:12; 2. Sarah Pyhala, 18:08; 3. Charly Morton, 20:05; 4. Teri Ostrander, 20:57; 5. Sheryl Nelson, 22:05; 6. Elizabeth Bella, 24:13; 7. Kristin Mitchell, 24:16; 8. Terri Agee, 27:26; 9. Aurora Agee, 27:27; 10. Danette Bjornstad, 28:38; 11. Hadassah Udelhoven, 31:37; 12. Laura Mohorcich, 34:55; 13. Phoebe Thomas, 35:07; 14. Karah Fluff, 36:37; 15. Leah English, 36:45; 16. Heather Huff, 36:49; 17. Ella Czarnezki, 37:08;

5K Classic

1. Heather Rasch, 32:21; 2. Heidi Isernhagen, 33:01; 3. Amelia Mueller, 34:55; 4. Meg Mueller, 37:00; 5. Julie English, 38:17; 6. Penny McClain, 38:37; 7. Sue Seggerman, 38:37; 8. Gail Moore, 38:37; 9. Amy Hogue, 40:39; 10. Jordan Ruffner, 40:39; 11. Rinna Carson, 40:05; 12. Katherine Veh, 41:52; 13. Barbara McNinch, 41:52; 14. Jennifer Joanis, 45:30; 15. Corinna Klein, 45:30; 16. Melody Miller, 45:30; 17. Madison McDonald, 53:52; 18. Audrey McDonald, 57:20; 19. Dana McDonald, 57:22; 20. Regan Hunt, 58:52; 21. Katrina Cannava, 58:52; 22. Anna Cannava, 58:55; 23. Steph Hunt, 59:13.

3K Snowshoe

1. Angie Brennan, 19:39; 2. Natalie Kohler, 28:09; 3. Beth Mishler, 28:15; 4. Julie Williams, 28:16.

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