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Go-cart racers end second season


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As the new school year begins, the go-cart season comes to an end. Twenty three kids ranging in age from six to 14 participated in the races this year. The rack is at the Desert Thunder Raceway and runs from the end of the school year to the beginning of the next.

As well as racing, the group rewards academic excellence for their participants. Each child who brought proof of either A's or B's on their final report card was given a $50 certificate courtesy of Smith's Food King.

There are two classes for the racing season. The junior class is for boys and girls 6 to 11 years of age and they operate five and six horsepowered engines. The senior division is for the 12 to 14 year olds and they drive eight horsepower carts. The kids must have their own go-carts to participate.

Final point standings on the year:

Final point standings on the year:

6-11 year old division12-14 year old division
1- Kareem Hopkins14011- Dakota Andrews1351
2- Austin Nielson13812- Johnny Lindquist1344
3- Jadon Thomas13113- Wyatt Howard1305
4- Serena Key12374- Trinity Key1244
5- Chandler Adair11295- Phillip Oliver1129
6- Kaleb Marrelli10246- *Carlson Vanderherp1125
7- Alex Skaggs10097- Eric Cloward1087
8- *Tanisha Robertson9828- *Dustin Hansen782
9- Blaze Marshall4009- Trevor Byrge711
10- Shawn Parish33110- *Jake Hardy501
11- James Llewelyn9811- *Rachelle Harris120
12- *Harold Johnson64

*not pictured in group photo


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