2000 INSA Rider Cross
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Five Mountain Rider Cross
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Silver Mountain
1/23/00
Lookout Pass
2/13/00
49 North
2/20/00
Mt. Spokane
3/5/00
Schweitzer
3/19/00
Series Winners
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Series Events
  1. January 23 -- Silver Mountain:
    91 racers competed on a very fast (some said "dangerous" with glee), minute long course under a calm but partly cloudy sky on EIGHT FEET of perfect snow.
    Trophy Races
    Men's 13 & under
    Snowboard
    12 racers
    First = J. D. Davey (Spokane)
    Second = Danny Morledge (Athol)
    Third = Cody Pate (Coeur d'Alene)
    Men's 14 to 17
    Snowboard
    19 racers
    First = Dylan Hill (Coeur d'Alene)
    Second = Wyatt O'Day (?)
    Third = Chris Kelly (St. Maries)
    Men's 18 to 24
    Snowboard
    9 racers
    First = Ken Kelly (St. Maries)
    Second = Charlie Walker (?)
    Third = Nick Fisher (Colbert)
    Men's 25 to 29
    Snowboard
    no racers
     
    Men's 30 & over
    Snowboard
    10 racers
    First = Mark Stegall (Sandpoint)
    Second = Mike Hamm (Spokane)
    Third = Dave Sanborn (Bayview)
    Woman's Open Ski
    2 racers
    First = Kelly Johnson (Hayden)
    Second = Elizabeth Wargo (Post Falls)
    Teleboard!
    2 racers
    First = J. Tortorelli (Spokane)
    Second = Dan Spalding (Spokane)
    CASH Races
    In these races, half of the $20 entry fees went into the cash prizes. In the case of the Men's Open Snowboard Race, this was added to a $300 guaranteed prize. Cash payouts were 55% to First, 30% to Second and 15% to Third.
    Men's Open Snowboard
    26 racers
    First = Jeff Yates (Hayden) = $308
    Second = Jared McCrum (Sandpoint) = $168
    Third = Pete Pauling (Spokane) = $84
    Women's Open Snowboard
    6 racers
    First = Mig McMullen (Sagle) = $38
    Second = Nikki Anderson (Sandpoint) = $18
    Third = Tracy Faux (Spokane) = $9
    Men's Open Ski
    6 racers
    First = Jason Sappenfield (Coeur d'Alene) = $38
    Second = Gabe Lopper (Coeur d'Alene) = $18
    Third = Eric Rice (Spokane) = $9
    Women's Open Ski
    2 racers
    First = Kelly Johnson (Hayden) = $11
    Second = Elizabeth Wargo (Post Falls) = $9
  2. February 13 -- Lookout Pass:
    83 racers competed on a very challenging course that dropped 800 feet under partly sunny skies on a TEN FOOT base. Although the Buzzards Valley terrain park was well used by boarders and skiers alike during the day, the INSA race course down the front side of Runt Mountain was designed for a good time of about a minute and a half. A good time in last year's Buzzard Series was about 45 seconds.
    Trophy Races
    Men's 13 & under
    Snowboard
    14 racers
    First = Cody Pate (Coeur d'Alene)
    Second = Danny Morledge (Athol)
    Third = Ryan Anderson (Sandpoint)
    Men's 14 to 17
    Snowboard
    5 racers
    First = Shawn Freyer (Sandpoint)
    Second = Dylan Hill (Coeur d'Alene)
    Third = Luke Miller (Sandpoint)
    Men's 18 to 24
    Snowboard
    6 racers
    First = Dustin Clark (Sandpoint)
    Second = Jeremy Deming (Post Falls)
    Third = Ken Kelly (St. Maries)
    Men's 25 to 29
    Snowboard
    4 racers
    First = Solan Wolf (Portland!)
    Second = Mike Hamm (Spokane)
    Third = Mark Sterbrow (New Orleans!)
    Men's 30 & over
    Snowboard
    6 racers
    First = Dave Sanborn (Bayview)
    Second = Mark Stegall (Sandpoint)
    Third = Darrin Dillon (Spokane)
    Woman's 17 & under
    Snowboard
    4 racers
    First = Desiree Dean (Wallace)
    Second = Katy Short (Coeur d'Alene)
    Third = Kelly Franklin (Alberton)
    Woman's 18 & over
    Snowboard
    3 racers
    First = Jennifer Adams (Pullman)
    Second = Arlea Wills (Spokane)
    Third = Chara Bounett (Spokane)
    CASH Races
    In these races, half of the $20 entry fees went into the cash prizes. In the case of the Men's Open Snowboard Race, this was added to a $300 guaranteed prize. Cash payouts were 55% to First, 30% to Second and 15% to Third.
    Men's Open Snowboard
    26 racers
    First = Daniel Sayferth (Sandpoint) = $308
    Second = Wright Hollingsworth (Missoula) = $168
    Third = Tegue Mullan (Sandpoint) = $84
    Women's Open Snowboard
    10 racers
    First = Tracy Faux (Spokane) = $55
    Second = Shadra Brown (Hayden) = $30
    Third = Nikki Anderson (Sandpoint) = $15
    Men's Open Ski
    5 racers
    First = Jason Sappenfield (Coeur d'Alene) = $28
    Second = Dominic Dire (Wallace) = $15
    Third = Gabe Lopper (Coeur d'Alene) = $8
  3. February 20 -- 49 North:
    77 racers competed on a long course that began at the top of the Terrain Park and ended by the Lodge. The well-crafted and imaginative course was described by several racers as "brutal," especially when it dropped down the 49 Mine Shaft! The day was sunny, the view was splendid, the snow was fast... and the accidents were spectacular! Nothing worse than a few bruises, however, thanks to our mandatory helmet law.
    Trophy Races
    Men's 13 & under
    Snowboard
    9 racers
    First = Ryan Anderson (Sandpoint)
    Second = Danny Morledge (Athol)
    Third = Tylar McPheron (from ?)
    Men's 14 to 17
    Snowboard
    10 racers
    First = Dylan Hill (Coeur d'Alene)
    Second = AJ LaFrenze (Sandpoint)
    Third = Davey Atwood (Mead)
    Men's 18 to 24
    Snowboard
    4 racers
    First = Dustin Krieger (Colville)
    Second = Chris Parks (Spokane)
    Third = Jason Graham (Spokane)
    Men's 25 to 29
    Snowboard
    5 racers
    First = Mike Hamm (Spokane)
    Second = Daryl Johnson (Spokane)
    Third = Scott Joslin (Post Falls)
    Men's 30 & over
    Snowboard
    5 racers
    First = Dave Sanborn (Bayview)
    Second = Mark Stegall (Sandpoint)
    Third = Darrin Dillon (Spokane)
    Woman's 17 & under
    Snowboard
    2 racers
    First = Laurel Jackson (Mead)
    Second = Melissa Johnson (Valley)
    Woman's 18 & over
    Snowboard
    no racers
     
    CASH Races
    In these races, half of the $20 entry fees went into the cash prizes. In the case of the Men's Open Snowboard Race, this was added to a $300 guaranteed prize. Cash payouts were 55% to First, 30% to Second and 15% to Third.
    Men's Open Snowboard
    23 racers
    First = Tegue Mullan (Sandpoint) = $292
    Second = Jeff Yates (Hayden) = $159
    Third = Fred Thompson (Sandpoint) = $80
    Women's Open Snowboard
    5 racers
    First = Nikki Anderson (Sandpoint) = $28
    Second = Chara Dounett (from Spokane) = $15
    Third = Mia McMullen (Sagle) = $8
    Men's Open Ski
    14 racers
    First = Gabe Lopper (Coeur d'Alene) = $77
    Second = Jason Sappenfield (Coeur d'Alene) = $42
    Third = Nathan Reinbold (from ?) = $21
  4. March 5 -- Mt. Spokane:
    97 racers battled fear on a course that would have been normally called "short and sweet." However dense fog made it "spooky and wicked." Beginning at the Terrain Park, the racers were soon lost from view as they entered a course marked with pine tree cuttings and punctuated by surprises. The number of increased entries in the Open Ski Division was remarkable.
    Trophy Races
    Men's 13 & under
    Snowboard
    17 racers
    First = Ryan Anderson (Sandpoint)
    Second = Cody Pate (Coeur d'Alene)
    Third = Danny Morledge (Athol)
    Men's 14 to 17
    Snowboard
    14 racers
    First = Tim Prouty (Spokane)
    Second = Scott Pardo (Spokane)
    Third = Shawn Freyer (Sandpoint)
    Men's 18 to 24
    Snowboard
    4 racers
    First = Ken Kelly (St. Maries)
    Second = Dustin Semb (Chattaroy)
    Third = Jeremiah William-Car (Cheney)
    Men's 25 to 29
    Snowboard
    2 racers
    First = Redgy Smith (Spokane)
    Second = Brant Beck (Spokane)
    Men's 30 & over
    Snowboard
    7 racers
    First = Mike Cotes (Spokane)
    Second = Burt Randall (Curlew)
    Third = Darrin Dillon (Spokane)
    Woman's 17 & under
    Snowboard
    4 racers
    First = Laurel Jackson (Mead)
    Second = Katy Short (Coeur d'Alene)
    Third = Kim Anderson (from ?)
    Woman's 18 & over
    Snowboard
    no racers
     
    CASH Races
    In these races, half of the $20 entry fees went into the cash prizes. In the case of the Men's Open Snowboard Race, this was added to a $300 guaranteed prize. Cash payouts were 55% to First, 30% to Second and 15% to Third.
    Men's Open Snowboard
    21 racers
    First = Fred Thompson (Sandpoint) = $281
    Second = Pat Holland (Sandpoint) = $153
    Third = Brian Seibert (Coeur d'Alene) = $77
    Women's Open Snowboard
    4 racers
    First = Tracy Faux (Spokane) = $22
    Second = Nikki Anderson (Sandpoint) = $12
    Third = Mia McMullen (Sagle) = $6
    Men's Open Ski
    21 racers
    First = Caleb Mullen (Sandpoint) = $116
    Second = Ryan Lee (Spokane) = $63
    Third = Jason Stiegelmeyer (Electric City) = $32
    Women's Open Ski
    3 racers
    First = Chrissy Snow (Spokane) = $17
    Second = Summer Healey (Spokane) = $9
    Third = Denise Weiss (Mead) = $5
  5. March 19 -- Schweitzer:
    145 racers battled nature and each other in this final contest where unexpected events ruled. Conditions went from blue sky to blizzard, and from calm to windy several times each hour. The view of Lake Pend Oreille varied from spectacular to invisible, and the long course varied from fast to frightening accordingly.
    Trophy Races
    Men's 13 & under
    Snowboard
    15 racers
    First = Tyler Wahlin (Sandpoint)
    Second = Ryan Anderson (Sandpoint)
    Third = Danny Morledge (Athol)
    Men's 14 to 17
    Snowboard
    25 racers
    First = Shawn Freyer (Sandpoint)
    Second = AJ LaFrenz (Sandpoint)
    Third = Davey Atwood (Mead)
    Men's 18 to 24
    Snowboard
    10 racers
    First = Anthony Powell (Coeur d'Alene)
    Second = Jason Foy (Sandpoint)
    Third = Ryan Piehl (Sandpoint)
    Men's 25 to 29
    Snowboard
    3 racers
    First = Jason Wing (Coeur d'Alene)
    Second = Jason Brown (Sandpoint)
    Men's 30 & over
    Snowboard
    7 racers
    First = Mark Stegall (Sandpoint)
    Second = Mike Cotes (Spokane)
    Third = Dave Sanborn (Bayview)
    Woman's 17 & under
    Snowboard
    2 racers
    First = Laurel Jackson (Mead)
    Second = Katy Short (Coeur d'Alene)
    Woman's 18 & over
    Snowboard
    3 racers
    Jennie Lynch (Moses Lake)
    Jackilyn Kemmish (Mead)
    Third = Teresa Pogue (Sandpoint)
    CASH Races
    In these races, half of the $20 entry fees went into the cash prizes. In the case of the Men's Open Snowboard Race, AND the Men's Open Ski Race, this was added to a $300 guaranteed prize. Cash payouts were 55% to First, 30% to Second and 15% to Third.
    Men's Open Snowboard
    43 racers
    First = TJ Quiring (Hayden Lake) = $402
    Second = Greg Nielson (Sandpoint) = $219
    Third = Kyle Walters (Mercer Island) = $109
    Women's Open Snowboard
    10 racers
    First = Nikki Anderson (Sandpoint) = $55
    Second = Mia McMullen (Sagle) = $30
    Third = Mandy Mehler = (Boise) = $15
    Men's Open Ski
    25 racers
    First = Jason Sappenfield (Coeur d'Alene) = $303
    Second = Bryan Dillon (Sandpoint) = $165
    Third = Trevor Ashenbreger (Seattle) = $82
    Women's Open Ski
    2 racers
    First = Laura Gillet (Sandpoint) = $13
    Second = Kori Quin (Sandpoint) = $9
  6. Series Winners
    As stated on the handouts distributed at the first race, Series Winners were determined by ADDING THE TOP THREE SCORES for racers who competed in at least three races. Points were awarded at each race as follows:
      First Place = 100 points
      Second Place = 75 points
      Third Place = 55 points
      Fouth Place = 40 points
      Fifth Place = 30 points
      Sixth Place = 25 points
      Seventh Place = 20 points
      Eighth Place = 15 points
      Other Racers were awarded 5 points.
    The points awarded at Schweitzer and the resulting scores for everyone in the Series will be included on each Division's page in the next couple of days.
    Please bear with me,
    Greg
    Trophy Races
    Men's 13 & under
    Snowboard
    First = Ryan Anderson (Sandpoint) = 275 points
    Second = Cody Pate (Coeur d'Alene) = 230 points
    Third = Danny Morledge (Athol) = 225 points
    Ryan was awarded a 2001 K2 Wisdom snowboard for his performance in this close and spirited competition.
    Men's 14 to 17
    Snowboard
    First = Dylan Hill (Coeur d'Alene) = 275 points
    Second = Shawn Freyer (Sandpoint) = 255 points
    Third = AJ LaFrenz (Sandpoint) = 190 points
    Men's 18 to 24
    Snowboard
    First = Ken Kelly (St. Maries) = 255 points
    Second = Dustin Clark (Sandpoint) = 110 points
    Men's 25 to 29
    Snowboard
    First = Mike Hamm (Spokane) = 250 points
    Second = Mark Sterbcow (New Orleans) = 135 points
    Men's 30 & over
    Snowboard
    First = Mark Stegall (Sandpoint) = 275 points
    Second = Dave Sanborn (Bayview) = 255 points
    Third = Darrin Dillon (Spokane) = 165 points
    Woman's 17 & under
    Snowboard
    First = Laurel Jackson (Mead) = 300 points
    Second = Katy Short (Coeur d'Alene) = 225 points
    CASH Races
    In the Men's Open Snowboard Race, a cash prize of $1200 was split 55% to First, 30% to Second and 15% to Third.
    Men's Open
    Snowboard
    First = Jeff Yates (Hayden Lake) = 205 points
    = $660
    Second = Tegue Mullen (Sandpoint) = 195 points
    = $360
    Third = Daniel Seyferth (Sandpoint) = 165 points
    = $180
    Women's Open
    Snowboard
    First = Nikki Anderson (Sandpoint) = 275 points
    Second = Tracy Faux (Spokane) = 255 points
    Third = Mia McMullen (Sagle) = 230 points
    Men's Open
    Ski
    First = Jason Sappenfield (Coeur d'Alene) = 300 points
    Second = Gabe Lopper (Coeur d'Alene) = 230 points
Silver Mountain
1/23/00
Lookout Pass
2/13/00
49 North
2/20/00
Mt. Spokane
3/5/00
Schweitzer
3/19/00
Series Winners

 

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