Motocross holds 1st city race of season

The Kenai Peninsula Racing Lions - Motocross Division held its first city race of the season on June 2 at Twin Cities Raceway.

 

The next race for the Motocross Division at Twin Cities Raceway will be June 16 and 17, when the state races come to town. The races start at about 10 a.m. both days.

The results of the city race follow:

 

125 Expert — 1. Francisco Navarro.

125 Intermediate — 1. Randy Dobbs; 2. Cole Crandall.

125cc Novice — 1. Zach Turvin; 2. Dylan Simons; 3. Valen Flaherty; 4. Troy Anderson; 5. Montana Landess.

250 Intermediate — 1. Matthew Glidewell; 2. Mike Arno.

250 cc Novice — 1. Jeff Tuttle; 2. Josh Powell; 3. Mike Kelly; 4. Barney Phillips; 5. Phil Celtic.

50cc — 1. Garret Blydenburgh; 2. Trinity Pendergrass; 3. Chase Anderson.

65cc — 1. Sammual Myers; 2. Austin Spurgeon; 3. Gunner Wroe; 4. Garret Blydenburgh; 5. Tristen Pendergrass.

85 Expert — 1. Cole Crandall.

85 Novice — 1. Ryder Pietro; 2. Odin Anderson; 3. Cole Blydenburgh; 4. Sammual Myers; 5. Jared Anderson.

Quad Novice — 1. Joel Williams; 2. Asher Phillips.

Supermini — 1. Cole Crandall.

Vet Expert — 1. Mathew Glidewell; 2. Randy Dobbs; 3. Aaron Poland.

Vet Intermediate — 1. Jesse Lutz; 2. Mike Arno; 3. Mike Kelly; 4. Barney Phillips.

Vet Novice — 1. Brendan Flaherty; 2. Phil Celtic.

Youth Class — 1. Zach Turvin; 2. Valen Flaherty; 3. Cordell Celtic; 4. Tyler Yow; 5. Troy Anderson.

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