The last ISOC (International Series Of Champions) Snocross races were held at Grand Geneva Resort at Lake Geneva Wis., last weekend.
Friday was the “Showdown at Sundown” challenge that put the top regional series racers from the U.S. together.
In the Sport class, Brandon Herheim of Hackensack rode his Arctic Cat to a second-place finish. Evan Daudt of Longville was fourth in the same final on his Polaris.
In the Junior 14-15 final, Cody Daudt of Remer was fourth on a Ski-Doo and Tyler Daudt of Longville was sixth on a Polaris.
The Junior 16-17 event saw Cody Daudt finish seventh and Tyler Daudt eighth.
Saturday and Sunday was the Nielson Enterprises Grand Finale. Champions were crowned after the season-ending event.
Tim Trembley of Canada was crowned the high point pro. Pillager’s Mike Schultz was crowned the No. 1 Pro Am-plus 30 driver.
Other area riders in the top spots at this event were:
• Adaptive Snocross, Mike Schultz was No. 1 on a Ski-Doo and sixth in the Pro Am plus-30 race.
• Round 14 Saturday saw Cody Thomsen of Lakeshore finish 11th in Pro Open on his Arctic Cat.
• In Round 15 Sunday, Cody Daudt finished 10th and Dan Ebert of Lakeshore, on an Arctic Cat, was 11th in the Pro Open final.
• Pro Lite on Sunday featured Devin Bertoch of Baxter in 13th place on an Arctic Cat.
• In Sport class, Brandon Herheim of Hackensack finished 10th on his Arctic Cat.
• In Junior 14-15, Tyler Daudt of Longville rode his Polaris to a fifth-place finish. Cody Daudt of Remer rode a Ski-Doo to a 10th-place finish.
• Tyler Daudt finished seventh in Junior 16-17.