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Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2007 51} Running, from page 4D 5-6 grade: 1. Brianna J0hnstonville, 29:33. Tremayne, Westwood, 16:24. 7-8 grade: 1. Portia 2. Rylie Egan, Janesville, Martin, Richmond, 14:04. 2. 16:52. 3. Lauren Cagle, Samantha Husky, Shaffer, Janesville, 17:01. 4. Kimmy 14:54. 3. Rayanne Rouse, Hartley, Shaffer, 18:08. 5. Westwood, 15:58. 4. Crystal Sierra Arey" Janesville, 18:25. Corp, Shaffer, 17:14.5. Kendra 6. Jaydi Miller, Janesville, Hemphil, Shaffer, 18:10. 6. 20:05. 7. Stevie Olah, Kelci Oxford, Shaffer, 18:18. 7. Johnstonville, 20:59. 8. Liz Tiffany Waddell, Shaffer, Inman, Shaffer, 21:55. 9." 18:22. 8: Ashley Arey, Melissa Hunt, Janesville, Janesville, 18:59. 9. Kim 22:18. 10. Allison Lawry, Inman, Shaffer, 23:31. 10. Johnstonville, 23:07. Savannah Hawkins, Shaffer, 11. Shania ,Crowhurst, 23:36. 11. Elizabeth Rice, J0hnstonville,24:17. 12. Richmohd, 28:14. Elizabeth Moberg, Spring to the finish Ed Zanelli of Albuquerque, N.M. competes in Bizz Johnson Half-Marathon bn $~nda'y, Oct. 7 Zanel!i finis!~ed 13tl) in a time of 1:40:~4: Photo.by Ben ~/V=lgus .~ -: Locai motocross racers, Cole Taylor, No. 22, Jessica Nobles, fourth from left, and Levi Wosick, far right, compete in their first motocross/grand prix at Honey Lake Motocross Park on Saturday, Oct. 20. Photo by Tim Nobles Lake M tocross hosts lastround of motocross series Tim Nobles Speciai to the Times Saturday, Oct. 21 was a reg- ular MX event with riders competing in two motos in their respective bike size and skill level classes. As usual, the Honey Lake crew of the Wosicks and all of their local help had the facili- ty in tip-top shape. Mother nature helped out with some rain and the track was groomed to perfection, just waiting for the hundreds of racers to do battle. Fall was definitely in the air with temperatures in the high 30's for practice. As the day wore on, the track became rougher and .rougher putting man and machine to the ultimate test -just what a true MX track should do. Local professional racer Matt Bussell put in some good rides in the 250 Pro class as well as the +25 pro class. He pulled good starts in three of four of his motos, and he led the +25 moto for a good part of the race before finally get- ting passed by one of Northern Nevada/. Cahforma s fastest pro rid- ers, Tony Evans of Reno. Another local rider posting strong rides was +30 interme- Being that the race lasts quite diate rider Johnny Hay, of a while, a rider needs to pace Susanville. Johnny pulled off himseff so as not to wear a third place and a first place himself out by the end of the for first overall in his class, race, Motocross is very physi- Riders and spectators were rally.demanding and wearing treated to a special half-time yourself, out can 10ad to dan- race. Six first-time peewee gerous crashes. These types class riders lined up for a race of races also have less big on the mini track. These first- jumps, so a little softer sus- time racers ranged in age pension is usually better and from 5 to 10 years old, and easier on the rider in these they had a blast. Even though long grueling races. A rider the race was just for fun and needs to pay attention to they weren't keeping score, which "lines" he will choose the kids raced hard and put because in a race like this, the" on a good show for the other track is constantly changing. racers, spectators and their A nice corner on one lap proud parents. Each new could be blown out the next, racer received a irophy for the straight sections develop their efforts. Cole Taylor, huge whoops and the tops of Jessica Nobles and Levi boulders become exposed. So Wosick were the three local as the race wears on a rider kids racing for the first time. must seek out alternate lines Sunday was a different for- to make better time and save mat. Instead of two 5-lap his body from a beating. motos, the riders competed in The +30 expert class race "Grand Prix"-type timed was on-Sunday" Oct. 21. This race, lasting approximately race included all riders age 30 45-55 minutes in their respec- and over and we all started at tire skill and bike-size class- the same time. Racer started es. The track consisted of por- together, but would be scored tions of the MX track as well based on the skill levels. as some tough trails through Local racers included Hay the hills and r0ck-infeSt6"d;:~thd 'Tim Nobles .:i. creek beds. This t~pe:~of'~a~ '~'~ Susanviiiel as - well i~ ing requires a bit different Olympic Downhill skie~: bike set-up and rider strategy. Daron Rahlves. Hay and Rahlves fought for first place during most of the race, but Rahlves crashed on a berm, Hay crashed into the downed Rahlves and Nobles took the race with Rahvles finishing second and Hay coming in third. The last race of the day on Sunday was the Team Race. This race pit teams of 2-3 rid- ers against each other on the Grand Prix course for a gruel- ing two hour race. By this time, the track was treacher- ous with huge bumps, square edged holes, deep ruts, and large rocks littering the course. A little twist was added to this race, The first rider in each team had to race on foot up the start hill to his bike, which was held by his teammate. He, or she - there were several girls and women in this race - then had to start their bike and race to the first turn. This last race was long and full of some intense rac- ing. It was a true test of man and machine. Keep in mind, most of these riders had already raced a 45-minute GP earlier the day, andflt least tw~motoson SaturddY.7~' : i~suRs from the races weren't available at press time. Bizz Johnson .Marathon results from Saturday, Oct. 6 nd Sunday, 0 :t, 7 Express haft-marathon Saturday, Oct. 6: Jay Marschall, Male 56-49, 1:2722. 2. Kristin Buckley, Female 25-29, 1:27:30. 3. James Reed, M 40-44, 1:28:02. 4. Alan Peura, M 45-49, 1:33:26. 5. Dan Schafer, M 50-54, 1:35:03. 6. Bryan Wilheirfi, M 45-49, 1:36:31. 7. Ross Northrop, M 40-44, 1:37:57. 8. Mark Pfeifer, M 40-44, 1:39:06. 9. Kathleen Conyers, F 40-44, 1:39:41. 10. Martin Balding, M 70-74, 1:40:31. 11. Rush Clark, M 25-29, 1:41:37. 12.Kurt Hollinger, M 35-39, 1:43:13. 13. Lynni Welbezahl, F 45-49, 1:43:42. 14. Richard Cordone, M 55-59, 1:44:27. 15. Annette Means, F 40-44, 1:44:42. 16. Greg Brown, M 40-44, 1:44:48. 17. Scott Capistrant, M 30-34, 1:44:55. 18 Toby Schadt, M 35-39, 1:45:03. 19. Brian Evans, M 50- 54, 1:46:21; 20. Frank Tosatto, M 40-44, 1:46:37. 21. Richard Mowrer, M 35- 39, 1:47:25. 22. Erica Osborn, F 30-34, 1:48:17. 23. David Byrd, M 35-39, 1:48:35. 24. Penny Wurst, F 30-34, 1:48:43. 25. Scott Engel, M 45-49, 1:49:48. Sunday, Oct. 7 5k run: 1. Paxton Fitzpatrick, M U-20, 20:09. 2. Matt Dickinison, M 30-34, 20:13. 3: Chris Cain, M U-20, 21:21.4. Andrew Pass, M U-20, 23:02. 5. Melanie Mathewson, F U-20, 26:52. 6. Kaylee Langenhorst, F U-20, 29:18. 7. Tim Pass, M 45-49, 30:07. 8. Terry Langenhorst, M 40-44, 30:14. 9. Ron Modafferi, M 60- 64, 31:06. 10. Bettina Sohst, F 40-44, 31:31. 11. Carolyn Dubay, F 40-44, 32:45. 12. Michelle Gamble, F 40-44, 33:56. 13. Salena Leasure, F 30-34, 34:29. 14. Blynne Froke, F 50-54, 35:24. 15. Linda Koopman, F 55-59, 36: 38. 16. Regina Snearly, F 30- 34, 36:51.17. BillY Bell, M U-20, 36:53. 18. Kerry Koenig, F 30- 34 37:27. 19. Dawn Leckie, F 30-34, 37:45. 20. Cary Stien, F 35-39, 40:50. 21. Ross Calarco, M 60-64, 41:11. 22. Lynee Turner, F 35- 39, 44:36. 23. Lisa Wigger, F 30- 34, 45:08. T24. Maretta Stafford, F 60-64, 52:43. T24. Diane Meacher, F 55-59, 52:43. 10k run: 1. Kurt Hollinger, M 35-39, 45:52. 2. Nell Christian, M U-20, 46:08. 3: Penny Bourne, F 50-54, 47:50. 4. Kim Thompson, F 40-44, 49:16. 5. Bennie Gamble, M 40- 44, 49:28. 6. Ray Bailey, M 40- 44, 50:32. 7. Jeremy Olsan, M 45-49, 50:50. 8, Brian Hewitt, M 45-49, 51:28. 9. Marilyn Modafferi, F 60-64, 52:48. 10. Christi Whitcome, F 50-54, 53:35. 11. Kathi Grijalva, F 40-44. 53:50. 12. Kai Jonas. F 20-24, 55:34. 13. DanieUe Harnisch, F 50-54, 55:53. T14. Jason Hull, M 35-39, 55:54. T14. Emily Sible, F 30-34, 55:54. 16. Jessica Abersold, F 45-49, 58:11.17. Damon Cox, M 30-34, 1:00:37. 18. Genevieve Farnady, F 35-39: 1:01:36. 19. Josephine Old, F 35-39, 1:01:37.20. Viktoria Selmser, F 25-29, 1:02:09. 21. Sean O'Connor, M 30-34, 1:02:22. 22. Deborah Michaud, F 25-29, 1:02:46. 23. Shaun Bunger, M 40-44, 1:03:59. 24. Melony Michaud, F 30-34, 1:04:02. 25. Diana Hung, F 30- 34, 1:04:03. Half Marathon: 1. Greg Kotzbauer, M 35-39, 1:25:33. 2. Jeff Burrows, M 35-39, 1:29:22. 3. Catherine Dubay, F 40-44, 1:29:54. 4. Scott Robertson, M .45-49, 1:31:15. 5. Trygg Borchers, M U-20, 1:31:25. 6. Chris Carlson, M 20-24, 1:32:43. 7. Paula Newby- Fraser, F 45-49, 1:33:12. 8. Josh Hilden, M 40-44, 1:36:02.o 9. Thomas Staff, M 45-49, 1:38:04. 10. Alan Peura, M 45- 49, 1:38:14. 11. Carl Aamodt, M 50-54, 1:38:39. 12. Shannon Zanelli, F 35-39, 1:39:41.13. Ed Zanetli, M 40-44, 1:40:14. 14. Gregory Underwood, M 50-54, 1:40:49. T15. Zachary Wadle, M 25-29, 1:41:50. T15. Dane Wadle, M 25-29, 1:41:50. 17. Davide Cervone, M 50-54, 1:42:16. I8. Katie Murphy" F 20-24, 1:42:22.19. Jill Burrows, F 25- 29, 1:43:18. 20. Mike Cowan, M 40-44, 1:43:37. See Bizz, page 7D If you have high medical insurance co-payments or deductibles, Gold Saver can.protect you and your family from out-of-pocket expenses for SEMSA paramedic ambulance transports. SEMSA is here when you need help. Gold Saver is here to help you pay for it. "l-his program is perfect for individuals and families. For $69 a year, Gold Saver covers out-of-pocket expenses for medically necessary transports in a SEMSA paramedic ambulance. As an added benefit, Gold Saver memberships will be honored for REMSA medically necessary transports in Washoe County. Sign up today. "Enrollment closes December 31, 2007, for the 2008 membership year. 1-866-297-2426 Pick up Gold Saver applications at: Banner Lassen Hospital City of SusanviUe Fire Department Doyle Family Practice Clinic Fort Sage Family Resource Center, Herlong Janesville Fire Station Lassen Family Urgent Care - Susanville Ambulance Station, Paul Bunyan Rd. "-Susanville Nursing and Rehabilitation Westwood Ambulance Station Westwood Community Services District Office