Seventh-grader Denver Waclawski skis to a 10th-place finish during the Borough Middle School  ski meet held March 2 in Kenai.

Seventh-grader Denver Waclawski skis to a 10th-place finish during the Borough Middle School ski meet held March 2 in Kenai.

Huskies place six in Top 10 at middle school ski meet

The Homer Middle School Huskies placed three girls and three boys in the top 10 during the Kenai Peninsula Borough Middle School Ski Meet held Saturday at the Kenai Golf Course. The meet was hosted by Kenai Middle School. The meet consisted of a 3k skate race followed by a 3k classic race.

The top female skier from Homer is seventh-grader Mia Alexson, who took second. Another seventh-grader, Charles Rohr, took top honors for the Homer boys, placing fourth.

“This team had a terrific season, all of them improving and all of them having a blast,” according to a press release.

Homer Middle School Girls Results: Seventh- and eighth-graders

Mia Alexson 24:27 — 2nd place; Sarah Wolf 25:44 — 4th place; Audrey Russell 27:48 — 6th place; Desiree Cleary 28:52 ­ 11th place; Haley Knott 29:3 — 12th place; Audrey Rosencrans 30:47 — 16th place; Samantha Jacobson 32:15 — 19th place; Libby Fabich 32:21 — 20th place; and Mystique Ross 33:31 — 21st place

Boys: Seventh- and eighth-graders

Charles Rohr 22:21 — 4th place; Tadgh Sholz 25:02 — 7th place; Denver Waclawski 25:31 — 10th place; Landon Bunting 26:06 — 12th place; Jacob Davis 26:48 — 13th place; Joshua Wisner 27:02 — 14th place; and Jacob Marquardt 27:22 —15th place; Hoxie Parks 27:34 — 18th place; Ben Kettle 28:36 — 20th place; Zane Boyer 29:49 — 23rd place; Jay-Mason 30:45 — 24th place; Eric Super 35:23 — 32nd place; Hyram Dory 40:12 — 36th place; and Sage Elkington-Wood 41:42— 39th place.

Sixth Graders

Katia Holmes 26:53 —1st place; Caleb Rauch 26:28 — 2nd place

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