Results posted for PSDRA race

After a three-year hiatus, the Peninsula Sled Dog and Racing Association held its second race of the season on Saturday at trails near the Soldotna airport. The event was tabbed “For the Love of Dogs — Valentine’s Race.”

The race went off even though there were only five volunteers, and some users were on the trails headed in the wrong direction with loose dogs. PSDRA said those wishing to volunteer or read up on the proper ways to use the trails can visit www.psdra.org.

Here are the race results:

4.5-mile skijor — 1. Pam Schamber, 16 minutes, 50 seconds (one dog); 2. Jill Garnet, 20:47 (two dogs); 3. Patti Berkhahn, 20:55 (one dog).

4.5-mile 4 dog — 1. Jill Garnet, 16:16; 2. Spencer Egbert, 17:22; 3. Mike Moerlein, 19:19.

7-mile 6 dog — 1. Doug Franz, 30:37; 2. Jane Adkins, 31:25; 3. Jill Garnet, 37:33.

9-mile 8 dog (unofficial times due to equipment error) — 1. Jane Adkins, 38:38; 2. John Bramante, 43:13; 3. Leon Mensch, 43:51.

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