Terrace motocross racers in top 5

The athletes were competing in the Printwerx Championship Cup in Prince George over the Labour Day weekend

J.P. Croot raced to first place in the 50cc ages 4 to 6 division at the recent Printwerx Championship Cup in Prince George late last month. Here he is riding in June this year.

Half of the Terrace motocross riders who competed in the Printwerx Championship Cup in Prince George over the Labour Day weekend finished in the top five.

And all of them finished in the top 10.

In 50cc ages 4 to 6 division, J.P. Croot finished in first place overall and Trey Kennedy came second.

In the 50cc ages 7 to 8 division, Kohl Devost finished third overall, Levi Leonardes was fourth and Carter-Allen Mowbray was fifth overall.

In 65cc peewee, Connor McCarron finished in fourth overall, Logan Kuehne was seventh overall and Levi Leonardes came ninth.

In 85cc ages 7 to 11 division,  Austin Devost finished in fifth overall and Connor McCarron was eighth.

In Junior MX-2,  Jesse Lanterman finished in ninth.

In Junior MX-3, Jesse Lanterman finished in sixth and Jeremy Beaudette was ninth.

In Pro Am, Andrew Kennedy was fifth.

In Super Mini, Austin Devost finished in eighth overall.

In Vet Junior, Aaron Croot finished in third place, and Kurt McCarron came eighth.

In Youth, Andrew Kennedy finished in eighth place.

The BC Motocross Association Motocross Championship Series concludes its season with a race Sept. 20 and 21 in Kamloops.


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