BMX racers all receive trophies

Great day of action Saturday at Coal Hills track in Cumberland

 

 

 

With a trophy waiting for all the racers, Coal Hills BMXers showed up in full force for a great day of racing Saturday under cloudy skies.

The Cumberland track looked incredible and the kids were excited knowing what awaited them after racing. With eight motos attacking the track, racing was fierce and fun for all, with results  as follows:

Strider/1/2 tracker: 1st Nicholas Bews, 2nd Elliot Purich.

5-and-under Novice: 1st Brailyn Webster, 2nd Rayden Eldred, 3rd Jeremy Purich, 4th Cohen Beaton.

6 Novice: 1st Austin Salt, 2nd Brayden Dixon, 3rd Ethan Cracknell, 4th Emily Bews, 5th Nathan Cox.

8 Novice: 1st Arland Berry (Blaster), 2nd Evelyn Cracknell, 3rd Anna Purich.

7 Intermediate: 1st Sean Queenan, 2nd Justin Yaretz, 3rd Macklin Johnson.

9 Intermediate: 1st Evan Yaretz, 2nd Hayden Hayes, 3rd Hayley (The Hammer ) Tufts.

36-40 Intermediate: 1st Yuriah Kaska, 2nd Zack Fieret, 3rd Jennifer Queenan.

12 Expert: 1st Hayden Fieret, 2nd Tyson Tufts, 3rd Addicus Bird.

It was a great day of racing by all, and a huge thank you to all the volunteers who are there every week. If you are interested in racing come out on Saturday mornings at 11 a.m. Gate practises run Monday at 5:45 p.m. for all ages.

Check out Coal Hills on Facebook and at www.coalhillsbmx.com for more info and contacts.

 

– Coal Hills BMX

 

 

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