Race 4 Recovery motocross draws crowd, raises funds

Posted 8/5/21

This year’s Park County Fair featured a motocross on Friday, raising money for Stephanie Warren, a Park County School District 1 teacher and coach battling breast cancer. 

The event …

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Race 4 Recovery motocross draws crowd, raises funds

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This year’s Park County Fair featured a motocross on Friday, raising money for Stephanie Warren, a Park County School District 1 teacher and coach battling breast cancer. 

The event — which featured nine races and was hosted by the non-profit organization Race 4 Recovery — was a success. It brought in roughly $10,000 for Warren, drew a packed crowd and saw several flashy performances from the dozens of competitors.

Race 4 Recovery hosted a similar motocross a couple of years ago for former Powell High School student Ethan Asher, who suffered paralysis in a truck accident. Asher spoke at this year’s event.

“It’s good to put on races for people we know that are in need,” said Talan Hooper, who co-founded Race 4 Recovery and competed in the 2021 motocross.

As for the competition itself, riders of all ages partook in several different races. 

In the Mini 50cc, Oakley Wardell finished first, beating out Clancy McGonagale and Preston Berryman. Max Williams won the Super Mini A 65cc, in front of Gunner Troll and Bridger Lee. And in the Super Mini B 65cc, Forest Kleinfeldt took first, followed by Luke Ott and Hayden Workman. 

Williams also won the 85cc A, beating Hoyt Wells and Gunnar Damman. In the 150-250cc Mixed, Hooper and Damman tied for first, followed by Kaden Lincoln and Braxton Richards.

Donovin Lindsey took gold in the 250 A, finishing before Kaiden Lee and Chris Sopjes. In 250 B, Kyler Warren won the race, beating Ethan Lee and Randall Dilworth.

Lindsey also won 500 A, in front of Matt Williams and Brandon Voldseth. And Hooper bested Triston Dent and Warren in 500 B.

In the women’s class, Kate Beardall took first, while Layla Dilworth took second. 

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