Tristian Hinton #313 won both of his heat races and scored 2nd in Saturday’s Stock 200 final.
After going 2-1 in his heat races, Kooper Groen #172 claimed the big win in the final.
After a successful morning on his 200 sled, Kooper Groen #172 continued his success on his 120, winning both of his heat races and scoring 2nd in the 120 Champ final.
Points leader Avery Hemmer #415 charged hard, placing 2-1 in her heat races and claiming the win in Saturday night’s 120 Champ final.
JR GIRLS 9-13
Victoria Dillon #609 scored 3-1 in her heat races on Saturday and moved on to take 3rd in the final.
Kendall Rose #120 rode consistently on Saturday, going 2-2 in her heats and taking 2nd in the JR Girls 9-13 final.
Zach Miller #261 scored another podium finish over the weekend, taking 3rd in the Transition 8-10 final after going 3-1 in his heats.
Brady Freeland #831 went 2-2 in his heats on Saturday and went on to place 3rd in the final. Freeland is currently tied for 2nd in points.
Cameron Cole #747 placed 1-3 in his heat races and scored 2nd in the Transition 9-13 final. Cole is sitting 1st in overall points.
Tanner Johnson #313 scored a perfect day in the Transition 9-13 class on Saturday, winning both of his heats as well as the final.
Isaac Peterson #612, currently 3rd in the points race, went 3-2 in his heat races and placed 3rd in the final.
Tanner Johnson #313 placed impressively in his heats on Saturday with a 1-2. Johnson went on to take 2nd in the final.
Cameron Cole #747 scored a perfect 1-1-1 in the JR 10-13 class on Saturday and is the current points leader in this class.
Domenic Hegman #113 has been a force to be reckoned with all season—currently leading the points race in two different classes. Hegman was on track for another win in the JR 14-15 final on Saturday when a mistake cost him the top spot on the box. Hegman settled for 3rd.
Connor Campbell #331 has been consistently progressing throughout the season. Campbell claimed another podium finish over the weekend, taking 2nd in the JR 14-15 final after going 4-4 in his heat races.
Crayden Dillon #906 was fast and consistent on Saturday, winning both of his heat races as well as the final.
Steven Max #151 has been placing well in both heats and finals over the course of the season, and this past weekend was no different. Max went 2-2 in his heats and scored 3rd in the final. Max is currently sitting in 2nd in the points race.
Crayden Dillon #906 made his second podium appearance of the day, taking 2nd in the JR 16-17 final after going 1-1 in his heats.
After a mistake in his JR 14-15 final, Domenic Hegman #113 redeemed himself, taking back the top spot on the box in the JR 16-17 final and furthering his overall points lead.
Crayden Dillon #906 podiumed in three different classes over the weekend, including two JR classes as well as Sport Lite. Dillon took 3rd place in the Sport Lite final after going 2-2 in his heats on Friday.
Cameron Cole #747 made his debut in the Sport Lite class over the weekend, and certainly proved himself. Cole went 1-2 in his heats on Saturday and scored a big 2nd place podium finish in the final.
Points leader Kellen Chapuran #254 was setting himself up for another win in Friday night’s Sport Lite final, but a bobble led to a crash, and his podium finish evaded him. Chapuran rallied on Saturday, going 1-1 in his heats and re-claimed the top spot on the box in the final.
Tyler Archambault #901 looked fast with his 4-2 heat race results. Archambault went on to score 3rd place in Friday’s Sport final.
Beau Tibbetts #223 continues to climb the ladder in the points race, currently 3rd in overall points. Tibbetts went 1-3 on Saturday and scored 3rd in the final.
Kenny Mandryk #102 had another impressive weekend. Mandryk won 3 out of 4 of his heat races over the weekend and capped it off with a 2nd place podium finish on Saturday night. Mandryk remains 2nd in the points race.
PRO AM PLUS 30
Andy Lieders #57 continued his success over the weekend, scoring 1-1 in his heat races as well as claiming the win in the Pro Am Plus 30 final. Lieders also raced in the Pro class over the weekend where he earned himself a 2nd place heat race win.
Troy Horbaty #157 scored 2’s across the board over the weekend, going 2-2-2-2 in his moto’s which resulted in double 2nd place overall podium finishes on both Friday and Saturday nights.
Similarly, Jesse Kirchmeyer #1 also scored consistently and perfectly, winning all of his races over the weekend and claiming the top spot on the box both Friday and Saturday nights.
PRO AM WOMEN
It’s no secret that Malene Andersen #93 is on a whole new level this season and is looking faster than ever. Like riders in the Pro class, Andersen found the fast line with a triple-triple in the rhythm section, catapulting herself into the top spot on the box after winning both of her heat races on Friday. On Saturday, Andersen got the holeshot and was out front, setting herself up nicely for another podium finish, but a mistake cost her an important podium spot. Andersen remains 2nd in a very close battle for points.
Tausha Lange #214 has been consistent and fast all season. Over the weekend, Lange claimed a solid 5th place in Friday night’s final after going 4-3 in her heat races. Lange went on to score a consistent 3-3 in her heats on Saturday and claim the 3rd spot on the box in the final.
Jordan Lebel #511 continued his success over the weekend. After being sidelined due to injury half of the season, Lebel has now claimed 3 podium finishes in 3 race weekends. Lebel took the #2 spot on the box in Saturday night’s Pro Lite final after going 1-4 in his heat races.
It was de ja vu for Team LaVallee’s Adam Peterson #113 over the weekend, taking home a silver and gold medal, similar to the first round of racing at ERX back in January. Peterson scored a nearly perfect weekend, going 1-2 in his heats on Friday and 1-1 in his heats on Saturday. Peterson went on to take 2nd in the Pro Lite final Friday night and 1st on Saturday night. Peterson furthered his lead in the points race.
Elias Ishoel #200 furthered his points lead over the weekend, claiming double wins. Ishoel worked for his wins, battling through wet roost and his competitors to take the top spot on the box both nights in Elk River.
Rounds 13 & 14 of Amsoil Championship Snocross will be held at the World Championship Derby Complex in Eagle River, Wisconsin. See you there March 19th and 20th!