A flock of runners gathered on a sunny, but breezy Homer Spit on Sunday to take flight in the annual Migration Run.
Local doctor Carl Seger was the fastest runner overall, finishing the 5k in 18 minutes, 20.47 seconds. He was also first in the 35-39 male age division.
Leading the way for the women was Andy Notopoulos, who finished first in the women’s 20-24 age category with a time of 21:12.50.
Other male age category winners included Jai Badajos, Denver Waclawski, Espen Restad, John Roedl, Stefan Ashe, Chaz Dimarzio, Douglas Waclawski, Philip Alderfer, Sean Murphy, Lance Williamson, Don Pitcher and Ralph Broshes.
Female age division winners were: Elena Badajos, Elizabeth Johnson, Miranda Beach, Georgia Pears, Heather Albright, Megan Spurkland, Carey Restino, Angie Otteson, Danielle Jerry, Jane Wiebe and Maria Sweppy.
A complete list of results found here.
Homer boys finished out a perfect week of games with a 1-0 Northern Lights Conference win over the Palmer Moose on Saturday.
Despite the “hot” 73-degree weather up north, the M’s edged Palmer after outlasting Grace 2-1 on Friday, with goals coming from Kenneth Schneider and Drew Brown.
Homer boys move to 7-1 overall,
The Lady Mariners also picked up a 1-0 Saturday conference win over Palmer, but fell to the Grace Christian Grizzlies on Friday.
The Homer Mariners softball team blanked Soldotna 12-0 at home last Wednesday. Maggie LaRue picked up two home runs and three stolen bases for the game, while teammate Larsen Fellows added two hits and three RBIs. Freshman Lauren Kuhns has two hits and two RBIs.
Homer hosts Eagle River and Dimond on Saturday.
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