Thomason, Aldridge, Showalter win at Soldotna Cycle Series

Eric Thomason, Morgan Aldridge and Landen Showalter were the winners in the 12-kilometer race Thursday in Soldotna Cycle Series Race 6 at Tsalteshi Trails.

Thomason nipped Tyle Owens for the win, crossing at 30 minutes, 39 seconds, one second ahead of Owens. Jim Hall was a little more than a minute behind in third.

The race for the women’s title also was close, with Morgan Aldridge finishing at 37:40 to top Angie Brennan by four seconds. Jen Showalter was in third place at 39:45.

Landen Showalter was the top youth rider at 39:46, while Ethan Hogue was second at 51:47 and Madison McDonald was third at 53:02.

The six-kilometer race went to Sorin Sorensen at 21:04. Sheryl Nelson was second overall and the top woman at 22:12, while Toli Bouthwell was third overall and the top youth at 23:54.

There are two weeks of the Soldotna Cycle Series left. All races are $5 for Tsalteshi members and $10 for nonmembers. Registration begins at 5:45 p.m., while racing is at 6:15 p.m.

Soldotna Cycle Series Race 6

12-kilometer race — 1. Eric Thomason, 30 minutes, 39 seconds; 2. Tyle Owens, 30:40; 3. Jim Hall, 31:46; 4. Mike Crawford, 31:48; 5. Brian Beeson, 32:36; 6. Tony Eskelin, 33:27; 7. Martin Renner, 34:31; 8. Tom Kobylarz, 34:32; 9. Cole Nelson, 34:48; 10. Eric Willets, 34:50; 11. Dave Edwards-Smith, 35:59; 12. Jamie Nelson, 36:17; 13. Marc Romano, 36:18; 14. Nathan Kincaid, 36:37; 15. Jordan Chilson, 36:41; 16. Kevin Lauver, 37:15; 17. Jeff McDonald, 37:33; 18. Morgan Aldridge (1st place women), 37:40; 19. Angie Brennan (2nd place women), 37:44; 20. Rob Carson, 38:18; 21. Jen Showalter (3rd place women), 39:45; 22. Landen Showalter (1st place youth), 39:46; 23. Zeb Kirk, 39:47; 24. Jon Iannoccone, 40:39; 25. Dustin Henkin, 41:25.

26. Scott Huff, 41:33; 27. Will Morrow, 42:04; 28. James Showalter, 42:42; 29. Mark Forbes, 43:04; 30. Patty Moran (women), 43:17; 31. Dustin Brito, 43:22; 32. John Tabor, 44:04; 33. Cassie Collins (women), 44:29; 34. Dan Balmer, 44:44; 35. Carl Kincaid, 45:07; 36. Jen Tabor (women), 45:08; 37. Peter DiCarlo, 50:38; 38. Michelle Thomason (women), 51:06; 39. Darrell Kincaid, 51:32; 40. Dana McDonald (women), 51:46; 41. Ethan Hogue (2nd place youth), 51:47; 42. Madison McDonald (3rd place youth), 53:02; 43. Kelly Sederholm, 57:08; 44. Tony Oliver, 57:37; 45. Sean Raften (youth), 59:02.

Six-kilometer race — 1. Sorin Sorensen, 21:04; 2. Sheryl Nelson (1st place woman), 22:12; 3. Toli Boutwell (1st place youth), 23:54; 4. Kristin Morrow (2nd place women), 23:57; 5. Jacob Nabholz (2nd place youth), 28:15; 6. Will Smith (3rd place youth), 29:43; 7. Robert Carson (youth), 29:54; 8. Caleb Long (youth), 30:51; 9. Toby Long, 30:52; 10. Audrey McDonald (youth), 31:31; 11. Susan Nabholz (3rd place women), 38:01.

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