Alaska sports digest

AnchorageOctober 9, 2012 

Cross country

GNAC honors Chelimo, Tanui

UAA's Micah Chelimo and Susan Tanui, who collected individual victories last weekend, earned runner-of-the-week honors from the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

Chelimo won the men's 10-kilometer race and Tanui won the women's 6-kilometer race at the Western Washington Classic Invitational. Both are unbeaten in three races this season and have been named runner of the week twice.

 

Orienteering

Schwoerer finds way fast

About 50 participants braved downpours, flooding streams and rutting moose for a Sunday orienteering meet at Far North Bicentennial Park.

Toby Schwoerer was fastest on the 9.2-kilometer red course, and Chelsea Frehulfer topped all competitors on the 7.4-K green course.

 

Steve's Oct-O orienteering meet

White course (3.1 kilometers, 11 control stations)

Teams -- 1) Trudy and Lia Keller, 47:15; 2) Andrew and Jennifer Harmon, 1:44:10; 3) Michael, Alex, and Patrick Reber and Michelle Moore, 1:49:07.

Yellow Course (4.1 kilometers 16 control stations)

Men -- 1) Jason Kent, 1:28:13; 2) Sebastian Eckmann, 1:51:36. Women -- 1) Stephanie Kesler, 2:09:12. Teams -- 1) Kalen Ramey and Allie Phillips, 1:05:37; 2) Lori and Erin Sivitz, 1:20:15, 3) John and Diane Ramey, 1:27:30; 4) Barbara Crews, Julie Jonas, and Joan Hankevich, 2:11:16, 5) Matthew, Declan, Aviana, and Chris Sorich, 2:25:02, 6) Lynne Sage and Kathleen Barron, 2:44:42.

Orange Course (5.5 kilometers, 16 control stations)

Men -- 1) Gary Snyder, 1:02:20; 2) Peter Hutter, 2:54:59. Women -- 1) Karen Bronga, 1:52:28; 2) Dela Grey, 2:49:25.

Green Course (7.4 kilometers, 23 control stations)

Men -- 1) Peter Oswald, 2:12:45; 2) Dan Billman, 2:19:23; 3) Art Harmon, 2:38:30. Women -- 1) Chelsea Frehulfer, 2:08:14.

Red Course (9.2 kilometers; 25 control stations)

Men -- 1) Toby Schwoerer, 2:04:22; 2) Bill Spencer, 2:15:30; 3) Regan Sarwas, 2:27:46; 4) Trond Flagstad, 2:51:34; 5) Mike Robinson, 3:24:15.

 

 

Trapshooting

Trujillo is top shooter

Kailof's Jim Trujillo hit 563 of 600 targets last weekend to post the high overall score in the Alaska State Amateur Trapshooting Association's National Trapshooting Day at Birchwood Recreation Shooting Park.

Trujillo's best event was doubles, where he hit 190 of 200 targets to finish first.

 

National Trapshooting Day

Birchwood Recreation Shooting Park

High-Overall -- Jim Trujillo, 563 of 600; Runner-Up -- Jon Hayes, 542 of 600.

16-yard

Champion -- Jim Fleming, Anchorage, 195 of 200; Class A -- Jim Trujillo, Kasilof, 194 of 200; Class B -- Sam Grimes, Wasilla, 191 of 200; Class C -- Michael Wascom, Wasilla, 193 of 200; Class D -- Jenn Geary, Wasilla, 183 of 200; High Lady -- Melissa Brown, Anchorage, 165 of 200; High Vet -- Dave Kaiser, Chugiak, 180 of 200; High junior -- Adam Trujillo, Kasilof, 100 of 200.

Handicap

Champion -- Jon Hayes, 25.5, Wasilla, 95 of 100; 18-21 yards -- Jenn Geary, 19.5, Wasilla, 95 of 100; 22-23 yards -- Dave Kaiser, 22, Chugiak, 88 of 100; 24-25 yards -- Jim Trujillo, 24, Kasilof, 91 of 100; High Lady -- Judy Herrick, 19.5, Eagle River, 87 of 100; High Vet -- Dave Jensen, 19.5, Chugiak, 77 of 100; High Junior -- Adam Trujillo, 19, Kasilof, 63 of 100.

Doubles

Champion -- Jim Trujillo, Kasilof, 190 of 200; Class A -- Ben Olsen, Chugiak, 186 of 200; Class B -- Sam Grimes, Wasilla, 167 of 200; Class C -- Garth Pulkkinen, Anchorage, 169 of 200; Class D -- Jenn Geary, Wasilla, 123 of 200; High Lady -- Aurorita Pulkkinen, Anchorage, 83 of 200; High Vet -- Dave Jensen, Anchorage, 168 of 200; High Junior -- Adam Trujillo, Kasilof, 100 of 200.

Handicap

Champion -- David Kaiser, 22, Chugiak, 92 of 100; 18-23 yards -- Garth Pulkkinen, 20, Anchorage, 92 of 100; 25-27 yards -- Jim Trujillo, 24, Kasilof, 88 of 100; High Vet -- Dave Kaiser, 22.5, Chugiak, 90 of 100; High Lady -- Judy Herrick, 19.5, Eagle River, 92 of 100; High Junior -- Adam Trujillo, 19, Kasilof, 74 of 100.

 

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