The ISOC conducted rounds five and six on the third stop of the national snocross series last weekend at Canterbury Park in Shakopee.
Area racers making the finals included Evan Daudt of Longville, who won the Junior 16-17 class and was second in Junior 14-15 on his Polaris.
Cody Daudt of Remer was seventh in Junior 16-17 and sixth in Junior 14-15 finals on his Ski-Doo.
Tyler Daudt of Longville was eighth in the Junior 16-17 and Junior 14-15 on a Polaris.
In Pro action, Levi LaVallee of Longville had a 10th-place finish Saturday and 12th in Friday’s Pro Open finals on his Polaris.
Lakeshore’s Dan Ebert was 15th on Friday on an Arctic Cat and missed Saturday’s main event after he was hit by another rider in heat action Saturday.
Mike Schultz of Pillager was third in Pro Am-plus 30 action on his Ski-Doo.
Brandon Herheim of Hackensack was 13th in the Sport 2 finals Saturday on his Arctic Cat.
Friday’s Pro winner was Tim Tremblay of Quebec on a Ski-Doo.
On Saturday, more than 11,000 spectators were in attendance, making it the largest one-day total to ever witness snocross action.
Arctic Cat’s Tucker Hibbert and Ski-Doo’s Robbie Malinoski battled for the win in the final laps in Pro Open with Tucker winning his 68th main event on machine No. 68.
On Sunday, ISOC introduced new classes, including six different classes for Vintage snowmobiles, ranging from leaf spring machines from the 1980s to machines from the early 90s. Steve Sherwood of Pine River was second in the 440 Vintage fan class on a Polaris.
The next ISOC event is a regional this weekend at ERX Racepark in Elk River.
USCC Cross Country returns to Pine Lake in northern Minnesota with a 10-mile course with twists and turns.
The Vintage oval World Championships will be this weekend at Eagle River, Wis. This event will include more than 800 entries trying to win championships in different year and size classifications.