ADICUS BIRD TOOK first place in the 11 Girls division Wednesday under sunny skies at the Coal Hills BMX Track in Cumberland.

ADICUS BIRD TOOK first place in the 11 Girls division Wednesday under sunny skies at the Coal Hills BMX Track in Cumberland.

Great night of BMX racing at Coal Hills

Forty-seven eager riders out on a sunny Wednesday in Cumberland

A group of eager racers enjoyed sunny skies Wednesday as they hit the Coal Hills BMX Track in Cumberland.

This was the last race before the first Canadian national race in the series in Chilliwack, so a few riders were using it as a warm up. Forty-seven racers were ready and willing as the first gate dropped, with results as follows:

3 & Under Strider 1st Riley McCarthey 2nd Jack McInnes 3rd Reece Dixon

5 Strider 1st Noah Kerluck 2nd Elliot Purich 3rd Nicholas Bews

26-30 Cruiser 1st Andrew Templer 2nd Aleasha Wiebe 3rd Evan Yaretz 4th Paul Simard

6 Novice 1st Samuel Johnson 2nd Jeremy Purich 3rd Cohen Beaton

7 Novice 1st Dane Kerluck 2nd Sol Christian 3rd Brayden Dixon 4th Jason Sekulich 5th Reid Watson 6th James Odarich 7th Nathan Cox 8th Emily Bews

8 Intermediate 1st Justin Yaretz 2nd Macklin Johnson 3rd Isaac Templar 4th Sheppard kapitan 5th Mathew Simard

9 Intermediate 1st Jack Christian 2nd Sean Queenan 3rd Iain Petersen 4th Arland Berry 5th Anna Purich

12 Intermediate 1st Quinn Webber 2nd Evan Yaretz 3rd Jasper Petersen 4th Desmond Debellefeuille

11 Girls 1st Adicus Bird 2nd Emma Erickson 3rd Hayley Tufts

13 Expert 1st Aiden Webber 2nd Hayden Fieret 3rd Tyson Tufts 4th Serena Smythe

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

May 14 results:

4 Strider 1st Noah Kerluck 2nd Elliot Purich 3rd James Morrison 4th Riley McCarthey

26-30 Cruiser 1st Andrew Templer 2nd Aleasha Wiebe 3rd Evan Yaretz 4th Paul Simard

6 Novice 1st Samuel Johnson 2nd Jeremy Purich 3rd Maxim Lefebvre

7 Novice 1st Dane Kerluck 2nd Jason Sekulich 3rd Reid Watson 4th James Odarich 5th Emma McCarthey 6th Nathan Cox

8 Intermediate 1st Justin Yaretz 2nd Isaac Templer 3rd Macklin Johnson 4th Austin Salt

9 Intermediate 1st Jack Christian 2nd Sean Queenan 3rd Arland Berry 4th Iain Petersen 5th Anna Purich

12 Intermediate 1st Adicus Bird 2nd Evan Yaretz 3rd Jasper Petersen

16 Expert 1st Aiden Webber 2nd Yuriah Kaska 3rd Zackery Fieret 4th Aleasha Wiebe 5th Kevin Lebrun 6th Eric Cox 7th Nathan Simard.

– Coal Hills BMX

 

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