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44# Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2001 Regional Sports Bulletin, Progressive, Rece~tl Photo by Tom Frederick Russ Dyer, a 14-yeer-old Chester resident, took first place in his class at the Honey Lake Motocross Park, in Milford. Racers came from as far away as Merlin, Ore., in the north and Loomis, Calif., in the south. By Diane @ trlm the World's top 4-stroke man- Spec t0 Feather Pub4ishim9 ufactures got together at Is Honey Lake Motocross Honey Lake Motocross Park Park the best track in the outside of Susanville for a 2- United States? day test session and photo That was the question pro- shoot to be featttred in Cycle fessional riders and Factory News Magazine, the largest technicians were asking weekly motorcycle Magazine themselves last week when in the United States. Eight-time Vet world Champion Doug Dubach said "this is the best track I've ever ridde on', everyone was in agreemei ..that the Honey Lake Track in'Milford was "something special." "The whole area is beauti- ful," said Honda technician of 20 years, Eric Crippa, "I love this area and want to further look into the area for my retirement." Honda, as well as Yamaha Motor Com- pany were so impressed with Lassen County's new facility, they are both making plans to do their new model photo shoots at Honey Lake MX Park. After the successful 4- stroke test was completed, track owner Larry Wosick had a short time to get the track ready for Sunday's event, where the gates were open at 7 am on the frosty No- vember morning. Recent rain and the ever diligent watering crew put the track in great condition for racing. Milford Boy Scouts sold coffee, spiced cider and hot chocolate to help warm everyone's tummies in the morning, with hamburgers and hot dogs being served for lunch. the gift that gives your loved ones peace of mind Riders came from as far as just like the big riders use, Portland, Oregon and Napa, scaled down for the smaller California to attend this last bikes. For next year's race race of the season, season, the Pee Wee track Local Pro rider Matt Bus- will be improved to include a sell of Doyle took the win in grass infield so parents and the 250 pro class followed by spectators can see the entire Don Bisceglia of Tualatin, race, and easily assist when Ore. nd Joe McCraw of Mil- the little guys (and gals) fall waukie, Ore. Bussell raced at over. the Arenacross in Reno the At the completion of the previous two days, and was awards ceremony, Wosick glad to reel in the win on his drew a name from the list of third day in a row of tough 60 volunteers and awarded a racing, motorcycle to Libby Mott of Jacob Purchot of Doyle tim- Reno. Libby said she would ished second in the 125 give the motorcycle to her Novice class, in his best fin- brother for Christmas so he ishto date. Jacobhas madea can race. Volunteers re- steady and noticeable im- ceived one drawing ticket provement over the season each time they came to vol- and hopes to move up to the unteer. The motorcycle will Intermediate class next year. be presented to Libby on New When asked about moving up Year's Day at the Hangover a class Purchot said "I think Marathon Race that will be racing in intermediate will held at the track. Wosick and be fun and I can't wait to go his wife, Libby, will be pre- up the hill"! Mason Watson senting awards to all volun- of Central Point, Oregon took teers present who helped at the win, followed by Purchot, the track this season at the Terry West of Reno, Nev. in New Year's Day Race.'Many third, and Robert Clark, also of the volunteer awards have of Reno taking fourth, been donated by local busi- One of the most competi- nesses including Big Valley tive classes of the day was Motorsports, Napa Auto the 7-8 year old Pee Wee race, Parts, and Elegant Nails by held on a special track made Rose. just for the little kids. Chris Honey Lake Motocross Wentz of Susanville took first Park Results: overall with Jesse Gorbet of Pee Wee 4-6 yrs: 1. Chester and Kaelie Pena of Matthew Bisceglia (Cobra); 2. Susanville close behind. Wesaly Hendirck (Yam); 3. Each of the Pee Wee riders TJ Eidhammer (Husq); 4. receives an award for racing, Tucker Larried (Yam); 5. with the top 30 percent get- Garrett Broughton (Yam); 6. ting trophy Plaques, and the Alyssa Rhett (Kasea) rest receiving Top Competi- Pee Wee 7-8 yrs: 1 Chris tor Medals. The Pee Wee Wentz (Yam); 2. Kaelie Pena track has a drop starting gate (KTM); 3. Jesse Gorbet (KTM) 65 NOV: 1. (Kaw); 2. Dee Clark Pat Eidhammer 65 EXP: 1 Ross 80 NOV: I. JimmYI (Yam); 2. Russ Dyer Lance Horner (Hon); my Woolsey (Kaw); 5, Wardleigh (Hon) , 80 INT: 1. justin, (Yam) 125 NOV: 1. (Yam); 2. Jacob (Hon); 3. Terry.West Robert Clark Todd (Yam); 6. Paul (KTM) 125 INT: Devin (Yam); 2. Matt 3. Michael P. Justin Soule (Yarn) 125 PRO: 1. Joe (Suz) 250 NOV: 1. (Hon); 2. Phil Rose Michael Curran Corey Todd (Yam); 5. Humphrey (Kaw) . 250 INT: 1. Devin (Yam); 2. Loren (Yam) 250 PRO: 1. (Hon); 2. Don 3. Joe McCraw (Suz) VET NOV: 1. Ron (Yam); 2. Mark Jensett 3. Joni Bisceglia John Gorbet (KTM); Kuffel (Hus) VET PRO: 1. (Suz) +40 NOV (Div. 1): I. Pile (Hon); 2. Phil RoSe +40 NOV (Div. 2): Marlo (Hus); 2. (Yam) +40 EXP: 1. (Yam); 2. Dave FREE! tie " 257-6144 550 Ash St. 283-1014 * 20 Crescent St. ~: ii~ Are you a PG&E customer? ...... Does your income qualify? If you answer YES to these questions, call toda2 to enroll /s ed Up in a mill PaCkage! Room & Shopping Package Through Dec. 24, 2001 Let the PeppermiU pamper you while you do your holiday shopping! Stay in a luxuriousTower Room for $39 per night or a five- star Spa Suite from only $79* Sunday through Thursday. Weekend packages also available! 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