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Results from 106° West Traithlon and Breck Oktoberfest 5K

106° West Triathlon results — Dillon, Sept. 10

The debut of the 106° West Triathlon, the inaugural half-Ironman and quarter-Ironman events held in Summit County paired with the first-ever open-water swim on Lake Dillon. Athletes in the half-Ironman completed three legs for 70.3 miles (1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike, 13.1-mile run) and athletes in the quarter-Ironman completed three legs for 36 miles (0.8-mile swim, 29-mile bike, 6.2-mile run). Both races drew roughly 800 total athletes from across the nation and globe, including several from Canada and Europe.

For complete results, searchable by age division or name, see the "results" tab at http://www.106westtri.com.

Half-Ironman top finishers, male

1. Tripp Hipple, Denver, pro men — 4:24:59 (first place overall)

2. Tim Hola, Highlands Ranch, 40-44 men — 4:38:46

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3. Matthew Britton, Loveland, 30-34 men — 4:40:22

Half-Ironman top finishers, female

1. Laura Bennett, Boulder, pro women — 4:51:36

2. Molly Smith, Denver, 35-39 women — 5:08:05

3. Adelaide Perr, Boulder, 30-34 women — 5:21:51

Quarter-Ironman top finishers, male

1. Mikhail Ivanov, Longmont, 35-39 men — 2:25:37

2. Nicholas Ponsor, Colorado Springs, 35-39 men — 2:26:14

3. Eric Holmlund, Loveland, 35-39 men — 2:31:15

Quarter-Ironman top finishers, female

1. Hayley Benson, Littleton, 35-39 women — 2:24:00 (first place overall)

2. Amy Peters, Leadville, 35-39 women — 2:40:46

3. Heather Gollnick, Steamboat Springs, 45-49 women — 2:41:38

Half-Ironman 35-39 division, female

1. Molly Smith, Denver — 5:08:05

2. Jill Sorensen, DILLON — 5:26:57

3. Elizabeth O'Brien, Colorado Springs — 5:55:51

Half-Ironman 45-49 division, male

1. Mark Cardinale, Parker — 4:57:58

2. Randall Mast, Denver — 5:11:04

3. Greg Gerloff, BRECKENRIDGE — 5:40:08

Half-Ironman 60-64 division, female

1. Sandi Griffin, BRECKENRIDGE — 7:28:51 (first-ever half-Ironman)

2. Sandy Brown, Lawrence, Kansas — 7:45:53

3. Sherri Barnett, Denver — 8:38:05

Half-Ironman 65-69 division, female

1. Sandra Wiebe, Boulder — 7:59:47

2. Lydia Young, DILLON — 8:55:49

Oktoberfest 5K — Breckenridge, Sept. 10

An annual 5K trail run held during the Saturday of Oktoberfest, hosted by the town of Breckenridge on trails at the base of the ski hill (Mountain Thunder, Pence Miller, 4 O'clock and more). The event was limited to 200 runners, including men, women and juniors.

For complete results, see the rec department page at http://www.townofbreckenridge.com.

Top finishers, male

1. Daniel Holligan, 30-34 division — 21:08

2. Todd Olsen, 40-44 division — 22:32

3. Josh Daniel, 25-29 division — 23:24

Top finishers, female

1. Rebecca Bahnemann, 25-29 division — 27:01

2. Kathleen Riordan, 25-29 division — 28:33

3. Kristen Holligan, 25-29 division — 28:41

Top finishers, juniors (18 years and younger)

1. Sean Wilton, 15 years old — 28:15

2. Carson Richards, 10 years old — 33:33

3. Will Seedorf, 11 years old — 36:58

Machebeuf Tournament — Lady Tigers volleyball, Sept. 10

The first tournament of the regular volleyball season, a statewide event hosted by Bishop Machebeuf Catholic High School in Denver. The event drew 10 teams from across the state and region, including 4A Western Slope rivals Steamboat Springs and a slew of top-ranked 2A schools, including overall champions St. Mary's of Colorado Springs.

The Lady Tigers went 1-3 at the tournament and are now 4-3 overall and 2-0 in the Western Slope. The team's first rivalry match of the season is against Eagle Valley in Gypsum on Sept. 15.

Summit vs. Goodland, 9 a.m.

S1 S2 Final

Summit 25 25 2

Goodland 15 11 0

Summit vs. Fleming, 11 a.m.

S1 S2 Final

Summit 10 19 0

Fleming 25 25 2

Summit vs. Bishop Machebeuf, 1 p.m.

S1 S2 Final

Summit 22 17 0

BM 25 25 2

Summit vs. St. Mary's, 6 p.m.

S1 S2 Final

Summit 30 14 0

St. Mary's 32 25 2

Grand Junction Tiger Invitational — Tigers cross-country, Sept. 9

The third varsity cross-country meet of the regular season, hosted by Grand Junction High School on the trails at Canyon View Park in Grand Junction. The event drew 10 girl's teams and 11 boy's teams from across the region, including Western Slope foes Eagle Valley. The Summit girls took 6 out of 10 (Eagle Valley won) and the boys took 11 out of 11 (Gunnison won).

Here's a look at top finishes for the Tigers. Complete meet results will be available this week at co.milesplit.com.

Top Summit finishers, girls

17. Morrison Donovan — 22:52

18. Lexi Morici — 23:12

40. Katie Mason — 24:34

46. Josie Jardon — 25:03

48. Ashley Edgington — 25:23

65. Abby Lau — 27:41

70. Kate Wasson — 28:16

Top Summit finishers, boys

27. Max Bonenberger — 18:54

57. Wyatt Cunningham — 20:18

60. Ryan Davidson — 20:23

65. Jeremiah Vaille — 21:12

66. Sam Wescott — 21:14

68. Caleb White — 21:23

76. Tommy Brown — 22:02

Summit vs. Aspen — Tigers boy's soccer, Sept. 6

The second game of the regular soccer season, a non-conference match hosted by Aspen High School in Aspen. The Tigers won, 4-0, and improved to 2-0 overall and 0-0 in the Western Slope.

The Tigers played their first rivalry game of the season against Battle Mountain on Sept. 13 in Edwards. The game was not finished by press time.

1st 2nd Final

Summit 3 1 4

Aspen 0 0 0

Summit vs. Valor Christian — Tigers boy's soccer, Sept. 8

The third game of the regular soccer season, a non-conference match hosted by Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch. The Tigers lost, 2-0, for their first loss of the season to go 2-1 overall and 0-0 in the Western Slope.

1st 2nd Final

Summit 0 0 0

VC 1 1 2