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Local BMX athletes ride strong at state
Maddie Cooke brought home first place at each track in the 7 girls class, putting her in the lead for the state championship final. Mariah Fortman brought home second and third place in the 10-year-old girls division.
Ricky Amundson got a first place in the cruiser class at Bakerview and a second place in his 20-inch division at McCullom.
Anthony Johnson brought home first in his 14-year-old, 20-inch class.
Brady Shimko earned a second and third place in the 11 novice class.
At the Bakerview track, Jericho Stuntz placed third and Tee-Jay Johnson finished forth.
Trenton Owen placed fourth at McCullom.
Don Knapp received a second at the McCullom track, battling the masses of 41- to 45-year-old cruisers class.
Robert Williams received third at McCullom, making him the only contender in the 51- to 55-year-old cruiser class.
Travis Beulter brought home a third in his 17-20 cruiser class.
Geri Thompson finished with a third at Bakerview.