Strausbaugh, Hippchen take Turkey Skate

Soldotna hosted Kenai Central for the Turkey Skate at Tsalteshi Trails on Nov. 23. SoHi’s Jordon Strausbaugh and Kenai’s Tyler Hippchen were the quickest skiers on the 4-kilometer course. There were no team times for the meet.

The complete results follow:

Women’s 4-kilometer results — 1. Jordon Strausbaugh, Sol, 18 minutes, 40 seconds; 2. Jordon Ruffner, Sol, 18:41; 3. Leah Fallon, Ken, 18:47; 4. Ariana Cannava, Sol, 19:31; 5. Gabriella Tews, Ken, 19:50; 6. Summer Foster, Ken, 20:21; 7. Mya Taylor, Ken, 22:50; 8. Adele Tacey, Sol, 23:30; 9. Leanne Gordon, Sol, 24:33; 10. Emmy Reese, Sol, 25:22; 11. Elia Ortiz Diez, Ken, 39:01.

Men’s 4-kilometer results — 1. Tyler Hippchen, Ken, 14:56; 2. Jack Laker, Ken, 14:57; 3. Greg Fallon, Ken, 15:42; 4. Zane Tews, Ken, 16:15; 5. George Wright, Ken, 16:22; 6. Andrew Cox, Sol, 16:29; 7. Ben Boersma, Ken, 16:31; 8. Quinn Cox, Sol, 16:31; 9. Levi Mickelson, 17:19; 10. Jonathan Gordon, Sol, 17:28; 11. Benjamin Abel, Sol, 17:39; 12. Zane Pellegrom, Ken, 17:52; 13. Robert Carson, Ken, 18:05; 14. Trenton Boots, Sol, 18:15; 15. Owen Smith, Ken, 18:50; 16. Jackson Marion, Ken, 19:54; 17. Trenton Towarek, Sol, 19:54; 18. Ethan Hogue, Sol, 20:33; 19. Garrett Ussing, Sol, 21:39; 20. Josh Lynner, Sol, 23:49; 21. Noble Cassidy, Sol, 24:04; 22. Brooklyn Stewart, Ken, 26:27; 23. Valentino Rigutto, Sol, 26:30; 24. Jason Johnson, Ken, 27:38; 25. Luca Rigutto, Sol, 28:32; 26. Caleb Wohlers, Sol, 35:00; 27. Grady Adams, Ken, 36:34.

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