Hokanson rules Alaska Ski for Women

sports@adn.comFebruary 4, 2013 

nordic skiing

Hokanson rules women

Sarah Hokanson won the duathlon at Sunday's Ski For Women, claiming a 23.7-second win over Megan Fink in the 8-kilometer event at Kincaid Park.

Jenny Kimball took the 4-K freestyle race and Mellie Park won the 4-K classic.

The annual event attracted about 1,250 women and girls.

Alaska Ski for Women

Sunday at Kincaid Park

Top 25 finishers

8-kilometer duathlon (skate and classic)

1) Sarah Hokanson 25.11.8; 2) Megan Fink 25.35.5; 3) Margaret Hillhouse 25.37.0; 4) Krista Heeringa 26.28.8; 5) Sarah Fischer 26.32.5; 6) Chelsea Frehulfer 26.54.3; 7) Lies Packer 27.37.9; 8) Heidi Rader 28.20.9; 9) Angela Conroy 28.21.6; 10) Abby Laing 28.33.5; 11) Jenny Sheasley 28.38.9; 12) Danielle Jerry 28.40.3; 13) Aliza Segal 29.01.0; 14) Cindy Freistone 29.15.7; 15) Megan Neale 30.21.1; 16) Becky Windt 30.24.8; 17) Rebecca Manley 30.32.7; 18) Adriana Amaya 30.37.6; 19) Annie Ronsse 31.14.8; 20) Debra Caldera 32.47.1; 21) Astrid Williams 32.58.4; 22) Janet Mulder 33.03.2; 23) Patti Phillips 33.47.8; 24) Celia Rozen 33.54.1; 25) Claire Trujillo 33.57.7.

4-K skate race

1) Mellie Park 11:22.9; 2) Katie Porter 11:51.9; 3) Allison Phillips 12:07.3; 4) Lia Slemons 12:07.9; 5) Liz Turner 12:18.3; 6) Kalen Ramey, 12:28.1; 7) Rachel Zafren, 12:31.2; 8) Ripleigh Campnell, 12:57.4; 9) Julia Ditto, 13:06.7; 10) Alice Michaelson, 13:09.8; 11) Erinn Turnock, 13:10.7; 12) Erin Johnson, 13:18.0; 13) Jill Follett, 13:34.1; 14) Whitney Harness, 13:42.0; 15) Fraya Hately, 13:43.1; 16) Claire Ferree, 13:46.5; 17) Jennifer Wetzel, 13:49.2; 18) Kelsey Coolidge, 13:49.8; 19) Savannah Ulrich, 13:51.5; 20) Carolyn Kozak, 13:53.5; 21) Lisa Tobin, 13:54.8; 22) Berit Alcorn, 13:55.4; 23) Linda Ulrich, 14:04.6; 24) Shelly Laws, 14:11.0; 25) Beth Elliott, 14:16.0;

4-K classic race

1) Jenny Kimball, 13:40.9; 2) Naomi Kiekintveld, 14:19.9; 3) Annie Brownlee, 14:29.4; 4) Leah Droege, 15:00.7; 5) Mimi Allen, 15:55.4; 6) Emily Evans, 16:36.4; 7) Heather Durtschi, 16:50.6; 8) Zoe Xavier, 16:51.9; 9) Siri Parker, 16:55.9; 10) Ava Harren, 17:01.7; 11) Fiona Bruce, 17:02.3; 12) Elsa Gillespie, 17:19.0; 13) Olivia Lewis, 17:19.9; 14) Mary Burr, 17:32.9; 15) Hayley Neptune, 17:39.5; 16) Diane Loopstra, 17:51.5; 17) Robin Ray, 18:46.4; 18) Cindy Cooper, 18:49.1; 19) Ashley List, 18:52.1; 20) Marlaina Ross, 18:53.1; 21) Monica Richardson, 19:06.6; 22) Lizzie Newell, 19:15.6; 23) Kris Malecha, 19:17.9; 24) Amy Bethka, 19:18.9; 25) Hilary Fell, 19:23.6.

Smith, Trujillo take wins

Ben Smith and Anna Trujillo set the pace in the freestyle division of Saturday's Ski for Relief, a 6-kilometer cross country race that raised nearly $2,500 for medical relief efforts in war-torn areas of Burma,

Smith, of Eagle River, was the overall winner in 18 minutes, 44 seconds. Trujillo, of Grace Christian, was first among women and second overall in 19:01.

John Cosgrave and Claire Trujillo, both of Grace Christian, topped the classic division, with Cosgrave clocking 22:11 and Trujillo 23:03.

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