McKenna, VanMeter stay in good position in Iron Dog

Mike Morgan and Chris Olds were in the lead in the Iron Dog on Thursday night.

 

The two were the first team into Kaltag, where they declared their 10-hour layover. They got to Kaltag at 3:38 p.m.

Marc McKenna, of Anchorage, and Dusty VanMeter, of Kasilof, led the field into Unalakleet, but they decided to take their layover there, while a few teams went ahead to Kaltag.

McKenna and VanMeter are in sixth and got to Unalakleet at 12:25 p.m.

Scott Davis, of Soldotna, and Todd Palin, of Wasilla, are in 10th. They got to Unalakleet at 1:53 p.m. and took a 10-hour layover.

Kaltag is 95 miles from Unalakleet.

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