SoHi’s Michael leads central Kenai Peninsula at Kachemak Marathon

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, March 20, 2016 12:08am
  • Sports

The Kachemak Marathon was held for skiers on March 12 in Homer.

Soldotna High School’s Levi Michael led central Kenai Peninsula skiers in the event by winning the 20-kilometer event with a time of 1 hour, 12 minutes, 0 seconds.

Complete results follow:

Kachemak Marathon

March 12 in Homer

Women’s 20K — 1. Sadie Oswald, 1 hour, 30 minutes, 41 seconds; 2. Tamra Kornfield, 1:31:53; 3. Kailey Mucha, 1:32:50; 4. Mikaela Salzetti, 1:39:09; 5. Alison O’Hara, 1:40:19; 6. Katie Cooper, 1:46:46; 7. Cindy Sisson, 1:50:26; 8. Katie Davis, 2:01:10; 9. Katia O’Hara, 2:01:10; 10. Maria Salzetti, 2:04:36; 11. Judith Steyer, 2:07:32; 12. Anna Notzold, 2:45:23; 13. Hannah Janecek, 2:45:23; 14. Altynai Nurmatova, 2:45:24; 15. Christine Anderson, 3:32:55.

Men’s 20K — 1. Levi Michael, 1:12:00; 2. David Spencer, 1:16:56; 3. Scott Hauser, 1:19:01; 4. Josh Shuler, 1:20:48; 5. Michael Mumm, 1:21:28; 6. Darin Markwardt, 1:22:07; 7. James Butler, 1:25:27; 8. Art Copoulos, 1:28:24; 9. Buck Laukitis, 1:29:17; 10. Bill Spencer, 1:30:35; 11. Peter Oswald, 1:30:42; 12. Addison Downing, 1:30:57; 13. Daniel Perry, 1:33:57; 14. Seth Spencer, 1:35:26; 15. Dan Harbison, 1:37:53; 16. Jode Sparks, 1:38:32; 17. Cory Smith, 1:43:55; 18. Avrelie Barnel, 1:48:40; 19. Jon Berryman, 1:50:25; 20. Seamus Scholz, 1:55:17; 21. Arthur Kettle, 1:57:14; 22. Mike Salzetti, 2:05:34; 23. Ben Stedman, 2:06:19; 24. Alan Gnad, 2:12:23; 25. Don Pitcher, 2:37:35.

26. Mathew Torkelson, 2:45:23; 27. Deland Anderson, 3:32:53.

Women’s 40K — 1. Sarah Freistone, 2:25:39; 2. Stacey Buckelew, 2:51:13; 3. Jane Wiebe, 3:00:07; 4. Cynthia Decker, 3:32:25.

Men’s 40K — 1. Fischer Gangemi, 1:58:09.1; 2. Andre Lovett, 1:58:09.4; 3. Max Kaufman, 2:06:20; 4. Skyler Kenna, 2:09:18; 5. Pete Alexson, 2:11:33; 6. Steven Bergt, 2:22:22; 7. Pat Cooper, 2:58:17; 8. Jacob Davis, 2:59:19; 9. Tadhg Scholz, 3:00:15; 10. Wilfred Roedl, 3:42:00.

Women’s 14K Tour — 1. Amber Lukin, 1:09:53; 2. Sarah Barrowcliff, 1:10:02; 3. Karen Marquardt, 1:34:42; 4. Marylou Burton, 1:34:49; 5. MaryLynn Barnwell, 1:46:42; 6. Lyn Maslow, 2:17:22; 7. Kim Sweeny, 2:17:32; 8. Wendy McCune, 2:17:37; 9. Kim Powell, 2:30:45.

Men’s 14K Tour — 1. Glenn Seaman, 1:02:17; 2. Derek Bynagle, 1:11:54; 3. Leonard Miller, 1:12:46; 4. Richard Gustufson, 1:15:12; 5. Robert Barnwell, 1:46:42; 6. Bill Gee, 1:50:37; 7. Martin Schuster, 2:30:45.

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