Madtown BMX track hosted another night of racing on June 26 and area riders enjoyed success.
Poynette had Matthew Gulvik (7-8 Local Open) and Tyler Wright (36-40 Intermediate) both come away with Division wins. Gulvik was also third in the 9 Expert Division.
Lodi’s Gauge McConnel came out on top in the 7 Novice Division.
Windsor athletes Tyler Zander (9 Novice) and Matthew Zander (12 Novice) both captured victories. Zeke Pinchart was second in the 7 Novice and fourth in the 7-8 Local Open.
Morrisonville’s Jayden Carpenter came away with fourth in the 10 Cruiser Division.
Derek Klein led the DeForest contingent with a win in the 11-12 Local Open and runner-up finish in the 12 Expert Division.
Maximilian Stenglein (9 Novice) and Cole Abrams (11 Intermediate) both garnered second-place finishes, while Austin Sommerfeld (14 Intermediate), Jake Abrams (36-40 Intermediate) and Toni Pabon (41-&-Over Women) were all third.
Also claiming division wins were Charlotte Linderud (Evansville, 3 Balance Bike), Enslie Michalsen (Rockton, 1-2 Balance Bike), Julian Hagen (Madison, 6-&-Under Local Open), Julian Basaj (Milwaukee, 15-16 Local Open), Renata Basaj (Milwaukee, 21-30 Women Cruiser), Blake Baldis (Madison, 10 Cruiser and 11 Expert), Lee Pfarr (Janesville, 6 Novice), Jessica Pfaar (Janesville, 26-35 Novice), Julian Hagen (Madison, 6 Intermediate), Brenden Ramirez (Rockford, 8 Intermediate), Rowan Linderud (Evansville, 10 Intermediate), Ryder Bible (Madison, 11 Intermediate), Aidan Kelly (Madison, 14 Intermediate), Charlie Hammond (Stoughton, 15 Intermediate), Gretchen Cardoso (McFarland, 41-&-Over Women), Brady King (Kenosha, 9 Expert) and Nolan Colborn (Janesville, 12 Expert).
After early-season races, the track season leaderboard for boys includes Caid Vita (648 points), Aidan Kelly (643), Brady Malueg (544), Matthew Gulvik (445), Derek Klein (443), Jayden Carpenter (417), Jack Abrams (346), Blake Baldis, Julian Basaj (312) and Brady King (311) in the top 10.
The top 10 points leaders for girls includes Renata Basaj (148), Gretchen Cardoso (128), Savannah Byrge (111), Brooke Stevens, Myah Malueg (73), Toni Pabon (67), Sydney Wright (64), Kaylie Cerasa (63), Jessica Pfarr (47) and Kayden Bivins (44).
Morrisonville’s Jayden Carpenter came away with a title in the 9 Intermediate Division at the Midwest Nationals in Rockford on June 14. It is his second national win as an intermediate Rider.
DeForest’s Chandler Pabon was fifth in the same division.