No Winner Yet in Kuskokwim Ice Classic

by Ben Matheson on May 9, 2014

Clarence Morgan and James Mute setting up the 2014 Kuskokwim Ice Classic Tripod.

Clarence Morgan and James Mute setting up the 2014 Kuskokwim Ice Classic Tripod.

A week ago today, the ice in front of Bethel moved and the Kuskokwim Ice Classic tripod tripped the clock at 5:00 p.m, but we do not yet know the winner. That’s due in part to an early breakup: some 27 days earlier than last year.

Michelle Dewittt with the Bethel Community Services Foundation says that Bethel Regional High School Students are hoping to have all the entries into a database by the end of the day Friday.

Once that’s done, BCSF plans to meet with the committee and determine the winner or winners. There is $6,302.50 at stake in the guessing game. The winner will take home the entire amount or split it if there are multiple guesses for the same winning time.

Bethel Regional High School will earn $5,722.50 for their student ticket sales and Ice Classic database entry efforts.

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