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Soldotna girls, Kenai boys win borough ski meet

The event took place Saturday at Lookout Mountain Recreation Area

The Soldotna girls and Kenai boys won the Kenai Peninsula Borough Ski Meet on Saturday.

Soldotna’s Tania Boonstra led the girls 5-kilometer freestyle with a 13 minute and 29 second finish. She was followed exactly a minute later by teammate Ariana Cannava at 14:39, the top three closed out by another Stars skier, Kara Veideffer, at 14:36.

Daisy Walker was the top finisher for the Homer girls at 14:49, good for fourth. Isla Crouse, for Kenai, was sixth at 15:45. Seward’s Katie Van Buskirk was 12th at 17:13.

Brothers Chase and Jack Laker, for Kenai, posted the top two times for the boys 5-kilometer freestyle. Chase finished at 11:36, Jack at 11:48. The pair were closely followed by Homer’s Jody Goodrich, who closed out the top three at 11:56.

Parker Richards was fifth for Soldotna at 12:04. Philip Trobaugh was 23rd for Seward at 15:51.

Kenai Peninsula Borough Ski Meet

Saturday at Lookout Mountain Recreation Area


5-kilometer freestyle results — 1. Tania Boonstra, 13 minutes and 29 seconds; 2. Ariana Cannava, 14:29; 3. Kara Veideffer, 14:36; 4. Daisy Walker, 14:49; 5. Kate Cox, 15:34; 6. Isla Crouse, 15:45; 7. Emily Moss, 16:14; 8. Indigo Leslie, 16:26; 9. Teresa Fallon, 16:30; 10. Ruby Davis, 16:30; 11. Jaela Marchbanks, 17:12; 12. Katie Van Buskirk, 17:13; 12. Leanne Gordon, 17:13; 14. Fox Coyle, 17:22; 15. McKenna Black, 17:25; 16. Mya Taylor, 17:35; 17. Swift Blackstock, 18:47; 18. Danika Winslow, 18:57; 19. Shayla Smith, 19:27; 20. Emily Taylor, 19:59; 21. Aisly Downum, 20:09; 21. Niki Somers, 20:09; 23. Shiloh Zichko, 20:16; 24. Lynnea Hack, 20:29; 25. Abigail Bishop, 22:42; 26. Monica St. John, 22:43; 27. Raven Smith, 25:21; 28. Lexi Somers, 29:57; 29. Afton Roberts, 34:52


5-kilometer freestyle results — 1. Chase Laker, 11 minutes and 36 seconds; 2. Jack Laker, 11:48; 3. Jody Goodrich, 11:56; 4. Greg Fallon, 12:04; 5. Parker Richards, 12:07; 6. Michael Davidson, 12:18; 7. Johannes Bynagle, 12:24; 8. Zane Tews, 12:41; 9. Logan Cartwright, 12:45; 10. Levi Michaelson, 13:03; 11. Rockwell Bates, 13:09; 12. Lukas Renner, 13:15; 13. Leif Jaworski, 13:29; 14. Nels Dahl, 13:41; 15. Caleb Wohlers, 14:01; 16. Isaak Winslow, 14:17; 17. Keller Tracker, 14:28; 18. Levi Strong, 14:33; 19. Wiliam Roberts, 14:59; 20. Owen Smith, 15:08; 21. Ethan Anding, 15:10; 22. Micah Brueckner, 15:34; 23. Philip Trobaugh, 15:51; 24. Oliver Trobaugh, 15:53; 25. Jameson Hall, 16:02; 26. Aaron Fletcher, 16:12; 27. Joel Moss, 16:27; 28. Lance Sego, 16:34; 29. Eliot Hanson, 16:37; 30. Max Reese, 17:04; 31. Owen Bell, 17:21; 32. Dakota Wisnewski, 17:25; 33. Haedyn Horstman, 17:26; 34. Andrew Gist, 17:58; 35. Marty Fink, 17:59; 36. Joshua Ismail, 18:13; 37. Benjamin Roberts, 19:31; 38. Valentino Rigutto, 20:18; 39. Jacob Ries, 20:35; 40. Axel Larock, 23:11

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