Trevor John of Crosslake finished fifth on his Arctic Cat in the Pro Open final at the Polaris Canterbury Snocross last weekend, his highest finish in the class this season.
The event was round four of the World Snowmobile Association Snocross Worldwide Championship Series.
Levi LaVallee of Longville also raced in the final on his Polaris, placing 14th. He finished 13th in the Pro Stock final. Blair Morgan on his Ski Doo won both finals.
Other area racers finishing among the top five in their respective classes were Amanda Johnson of Aitkin on a Ski Doo, who won her fourth consecutive Pro Women's final; and Dan Ebert of Lakeshore aboard an Arctic Cat, who won his third consecutive Junior 16-17 final.
Mike Schultz of Fort Ripley on a Polaris won the Semi-Pro Stock final Saturday. The feature and the Pro Open feature were make-up races for the postponed Arctic Cat Deadwood Shootout Jan. 5.
In the season standings, John is 11th in Pro Open, defending champion Johnson leads Pro Women by 28 points and Schultz is second in Semi Pro Stock and fifth in Semi Pro Open.
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