From left, Sean Tamburro of Port Angeles, Ben Mriglot of Shelton and Jeremy Kerr of Orting race in Sunday’s state qualifier at the Lincoln Park BMX track. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

From left, Sean Tamburro of Port Angeles, Ben Mriglot of Shelton and Jeremy Kerr of Orting race in Sunday’s state qualifier at the Lincoln Park BMX track. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

STATE BMX QUALIFIER: More than 350 riders flock to Lincoln Park

PORT ANGELES — More than 350 riders from all around Washington participated in the USABMX state qualifier at the Lincoln Park BMX track this weekend, with kids and adults working to gain points for the state championships.

The state BMX championship will be held at Lincoln Park this year on Sept. 24.

In addition, kids raised the Lincoln Park track total for Race for Life to $14,698, the second-most raised by any track in the U.S. Chloe Holloway is the top fundraiser with $4,010, winning a season pass or $3,000 travel funds to go to grand nationals. Race for Life benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Lincoln Park riders Holloway, Kylin Weitz, Cash Coleman, Mason Wilcox-Olton and Braedyn Monette are all in the top 10 for individual fundraising in the country for USABMX, totalling $9,210 raised.

Here are the Lincoln Park BMX state qualifier winners (with sponsors), from this weekend:

9-10 Girls Cruiser — Kylin Weitz, Shirley’s Cafe.

15-16 Girls Cruiser — Veta Cramer, Bikemaster.

17-20 Women’s Cruiser — Piper Williams, Port Angeles.

41-45 Women’s Cruiser — Bethany Price, Riptide Racing.

46-50 Women’s Cruiser — Hidi Cramer, Bikemaster.

8 Cruiser — Mason Wilcox-Olton, Three Little Pigs Masonry.

9 Cruiser — Ritchie Victorino.

10 Cruiser — Colton Hackett, Bikemaster.

12 Cruiser — Jayce Fishbaugh, Cycle Therapy.

15 Cruiser — Damien Avila, Bikemaster.

16 Cruiser — Jackson Beal, One Trak Mind.

17-20 Cruiser — Angel Plata, Factory Team Mayhem.

21-25 Cruiser — Marcus Hutko, BMX Elite.

31-35 Cruiser — Mark Shaw, Cycle Therapy.

41-45 Cruiser — Dominick Serka, Riptide Racing.

46-50 Cruiser — Jeremy Sabin, Cycle Therapy.

51-55 Cruiser — Steve Clark, Raise For Rowyn.

56-60 Cruiser — Darren Simmons.

61 & Over Cruiser — Eric Altendorf, Diablo’s Racing.

5 & Under Novice — Brody Beck, Ponk.

6 Novice — Camden Goodwin.

7 Novice — Finley Liebett.

8 Novice — Lane Eastburn.

9 Novice — Matthew Graham, Ace Michaels Inc.

10 Novice — Jason Faris.

11 Novice — Gabby Johnson.

12 Novice — London Clapp.

13 Novice — Ryker Rossi.

16 Novice — Isabella Duncan.

26-35 Novice — Michael Meneses.

41-45 Novice — Jessie Berry.

46-50 Novice — Marlon Gates,

51-55 Novice — Thomas Payne.

6 Intermediate — Itsuki Tanimura.

7 Intermediate — Liam Kelley.

9 Intermediate — Tyson Howard.

10 Intermediate — Daniel Stroup.

11 Intermediate — Edgar Jr. Fernandez.

12 Intermediate — Alexander Duncan.

13 Intermediate — Riley Phillips.

15 Intermediate — Michael Luna, Daboyz Racing.

17-20 Intermediate — Mason Berg.

26-35 Intermediate — Jeremy Kerr.

36-40 Intermediate — Marcus Goodrich.

41-45 Intermediate — Jeff Niehenke.

46-50 Intermediate — Hidi Cramer, Bikemaster.

7 Girls Expert — Elizabeth Beck, Ponk.

8 Girls Expert — Elinor Christensen.

10 Girls Expert — Kylin Weitz, Shirley’s Cafe.

12 Girls Expert — Makaylie Underwood, Bikemaster.

15-16 Girls expert — Veta Cramer, Bikemaster.

17-20 Women Expert — Jacy Moore, Impact BMX.

7 Expert— Ronnie Victorino.

9 Expert — Ritchie Victorino.

10 Expert — Bradan Gray.

11 Expert — Wyatt Christensen, J&R Bicycles.

12 Expert — Caleb Durkin, Factory Hyper.

14 Expert — Joseph Hite, Mayhem Racing.

15 Expert — Damien Avila, Bikemaster.

16 Expert — Hudson White.

17-20 Expert — Mike Bryant, Staystrong.

26-35 Expert — William Burd.

36-40 Expert — Paul Bauer, One Track Mind.

41-45 Expert — Dominick Serka, Riptide Racing.

46-50 Expert — Brent Lee, Bay Area BMXers.

51-55 Expert — Darren Simmons.

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