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Good turnout for Island Series BMX racing in Cumberland

Coal Hills competitors joined by others from Victoria, Nanaimo and Oceanside

On a overcast Saturday morning, riders from all over Vancouver Island made their way to Cumberland for the third race in the Sea Soil Vancouver Island Championship Series.

Victoria, Nanaimo, Oceanside and a large contingent of Coal Hills BMXers were ready for the day of racing. “Sea Soil has been the main sponsor of the series for a few years now and have been very supportive of Vancouver Island BMXing for which we are very grateful,” a Coal Hills spokesperson said.

Results were as follows:

4-year-old Strider 1st Kavin Fawkes 2nd Linden Erwin

2-&-under Strider 1st Cole Adams 2nd Devon Spenser 3rd Jack McInnes

11-12 Girls Cruiser 1st Aleasha Wiebe 2nd Ally Churko 3rd Janel Church 4th Tianna Fretz

8 Cruiser 1st Jaxon Smith 2nd Jordan Paddock 3rd Caylus Martin

10 Cruiser 1st Evan Yaretz 2nd Brody Wark 3rd Xylus Martin

13 Cruiser 1st Aiden Webber 2nd Riely Brosius 3rd Mitchel Landry

31-35 Cruiser 1st Ayden Houle 2nd Mike Smith 3rd Eric Beaudin 4th Tayler Fretz

36-40 Cruiser 1st John Makson 2nd Dwayne Wark 3rd Dave Erwin

41-45 Cruiser 1st Andrew Templer 2nd Rodney Spenser 3rd Geoff Letwin 4th Todd Martin 5th Chris Pritchard

5-&under Novice 1st Tiffany Brosius 2nd Maxim Lefebvre 3rd Ian Swanson 4th Ethan Richmond 5th Noah Kerluck

6 Novice 1st Graeme Campbell 2nd Caylus Martin 3rd Rhyan Barfoot 4th Ethan Neubauer 5th Mathew Berg 6th Calvin Hatcher

7 Novice 1st Felix Beaudinb 2nd Jason Sekulich 3rd Ethan Cracknell 4th Jeremy Wolfe 5th Ethan Vivian 6th Travis Richmond  7th Pierce Guest 8th Emma McCarthy

8 Novice 1st Larsen Titterton 2nd Nicholas Toews 3rd Rosalie Beaudin

9 Novice 1st Anna Purich 2nd Jerimiah Roberts 3rd Maxwell Rumming

11 Novice 1st Aubrey Rayner 2nd Bennet Murphy 3rd Kevin Wolfe

13 Novice 1st Desmond Debellefeuille 2nd Kylisha Kasook 3rd Nathan Simard

5-&-under Intermediate 1st Jeremy Purich 2nd Jett Yochim 3rd Jordan Paddock

6 Intermediate 1st Austin Cornbill 2nd Gavin Parkinson 3rd Samuel Johnson

7 Intermediate 1st Isaac Templer 2nd Dane Kerluck 3rd Roan Makson 4th Jackson Luchtmeyer

9 Intermediate 1st Seth McInnes 2nd Macklin Kohnson 3rd Jaxson Smith 4th Arland Berry 5th Brighton Feldman 6th Kaleb Nykwist 7th Loki Arsenault 8th Jasper Letwin

10 Intermediate 1st Brody Wark 2nd Caleb Armitage 3rd Aidan Kearns 4th Hayden Rogers 5th Jacob Near

12 Intermediate 1st Mathew Barbeau 2nd Troy Jansen 3rd Nick Heys

36-40 Intermediate 1st Dwayne Wark 2nd Cory Hyne 3rd Eric Cox

7 Girls 1st Avery Yochim 2nd Brailyn Webster 3rd Eden Robbins

9 Girls 1st Janel Church 2nd Makayla Brosius 3rd Peyton Yochim 4th Keira Murphy 5th Lauren Churko 6th Adah Godley

11 Girls 1st Ally Churko 2nd Adicus Bird 3rd Tianna Fretz

17-20 Girls 1st Alison Grecht 2nd Aleasha Wiebe 3rd Serena Smythe

7 Expert 1st Ryley Cofield 2nd Braxen Ryckman 3rd Maddex Yochim

9 Expert 1st Devin Fawkes 2nd Evan Yaretz 3rd Justin Yaretz 4th Sean Queenan

10 Expert 1st Aiden Grecht 2nd Haiden Botrokoff 23rd Jacob Sorg 4th Avery Swanson

11 Expert 1st Riely Brosius 2nd Quinn Webber 3rd Mitchel Landry

13 Expert 1st Aiden Webber 2nd Hayden Fieret 3rd Drew Johnson 4th Alex Grecht 5th Theron Taylor 6th Liam Robbins

14 Expert 1st  Benjamin Leslie 2nd Ayden Houle4 3rd Tayler Fretz

16 Expert 1st Yuriah Kaska 2nd Kevin Lebrun 3rd Dillon Butcher 4th Zackary Fieret.

Organizers congratulated the riders and thanked the following: Sea Soil (Nanaimo), Nanaimo Chrysler, Dodge City Cycles (Cumberland), Goldstream Bikes (Victoria), Mountain City Cycles (Courtenay), Alternative Groove Fashions (Nanaimo), Arrowsmith Bikes (Nanaimo), Newcastle Engineering (Nanaimo), Top Drawer Graphics (Nanaimo), Oceans Edge Orthodontist (Nanaimo), Engrave It (Nanaimo), Valhalla Pure (Nanaimo) and Oak Bay Bikes.

 

– BMX Coal Hills

 

 

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