Napa Valley Pull BMX brought home nine state plates from the state finals in Santa Clara last weekend.
In the Cruiser class that Friday night, Kira Boustead got the No. 1 state plate in her women’s age group and Landon Boustead got the No. 3 state plate in his men’s age group.
In Saturday’s novice and intermediate class racing, Emily Steffens got the No. 3 state plate and Todd Bosch got the No. 7 state plate.
“What is pretty impressive about that,” Napa Valley Pull rider-coach Neil Evans said of Steffens, “is she has to race the boys. This girl has a lot of determination and the will to win.”
In Sunday’s expert boys and girls classes, Kira Boustead doubled up and got another No. 1 plate.
Milo Menchaca also got the No. 1 plate.
“This kid has been on a tear for the last three years,” Evans said of Menchaca. “He has been able to get the No. 1 plate each year.”
Dave Bosch made a huge improvement from last year and got the No. 3 plate, as did Devin Jensen in getting the No. 4 plate.
Ben Steffens also got the No. 4 plate, which Evans said was “pretty awesome for jumping up to expert class.”
“For being a crazy season, the team had a lot of great individual results,” Evans added. “We are looking forward to the 2021 season.”
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