CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT were earned by Brailyn Webster and Samuel Johnson for their hard work.

CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT were earned by Brailyn Webster and Samuel Johnson for their hard work.

Coal Hills BMX track busy place

Riders young and old enjoying weekly racing in Cumberland

A cloudy overcast day greeted the BMX racers at Coal Hills BMX Track Saturday morning for Week 7 of the  racing year. Fifty eager and happy riders were out for a fun day of competitive  racing.

Two riders were awarded certificates of achievement for their hard work: Samuel Johnson moved up to Intermediate after getting his 10th win and Brailyn “Miss B” Webster achieved 10 wins to move from Novice to Girl class at the age of five.

The results for the first trophy race of the year were as follows:

4 Strider 1st Elliot Purich 2nd Mya Tillapaugh

2-year-old Strider 1st Reese Dixon 2nd Jack McInnes

26-30 Cruiser 1st Aleasha Wiebe 2nd Eric Beaudoin 3rd Evan Yaretz

36-40 Cruiser 1st John Makson 2nd Andrew Templer 3rd Dave Erwin 4th Clayton McCarthey

5 & Under Novice 1st Jeremy Purich 2nd Austin Makson 3rd Maxim Lefebvre 4th Noah Kerluck 5th Marshall Erwin

7 Novice 1st Brayden Dixon 2nd Dane Kerluck 3rd Sol Christian 4th James Odarich 5th Edgar McCarthey 6th Jason Sekulich 7th Nathan Cox 8th Felix Beaudoin

10 Novice 1st Hunter Harris 2nd Anna Purich 3rd Caleb Armitage 4th Rosalie Beaudoin

7 Intermediate 1st Isaac Templer 2nd Austin Salt 3rd Samuel Johnson 4th Brailyn Webster

8 Intermediate 1st Justin Yaretz 2nd Macklin Johnson 3rd Shepard Kapitan

9 Intermediate 1st Jack Christian 2nd Sean Queenan 3rd Arland Berry 4th Iain Petersen

11 Intermediate 1st Adicus Bird 2nd Evan Yaretz 3rd Avery Swanson

13 Expert 1st Aiden Webber 2nd Hayden Fieret 3rd Desmond Debellefeuille

16 Expert 1st Yuriah kaska 2nd Zack Fieret 3rd Aleasha Wiebe 4th Kevin Lebrun 5th Eric Cox

Racing next Saturday has sign-up from 10-10:45 a.m. Check out Facebook coalhillsbmx or web page www.coalhillsbmnx.com for more information.

 

– Coal Hills BMX

 

 

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