On the Pegs - November 2022 On the Pegs - Volume 7 Issue 11 - November 2022 | Page 120

Top Amateur podium as well as the 250 A class was Michael Delosa as he battled back to come through 19th overall on the day .
As the WXC Pro class took off in the 10 a . m . race it was Moose Racing / Ryno Power / Team Green Kawasaki ’ s Jocelyn Barnes grabbing the $ 100 Trail Jesters WXC holeshot award just ahead of Trail Jesters KTM Racing ’ s Korie Steede . However , as they headed into the woods it would be Rockstar Husqvarna / Surge Off- Road Coaching Team ’ s Tayla Jones making her way into the lead . Jones would be on a mission to keep the Championship hopes of her and Steede alive , as AmPro Yamaha ’ s Rachael Archer was right on her rear tire for the majority of the race .
Jones would continue to push for the duration and would soon have a small cushion as she made her way into the finish line to earn her fifth win of the season . Archer would come through second , just 10 seconds off of Jones . She continues to lead the points , but the championship will come down to Ironman in two weeks . Steede would run in third for the entire two-hour race and sits third in the points standings with one round remaining .
In the youth ranks it was Ryan Amancio coming from the YXC2 Super Mini Jr . class to take the overall and his class win at round 12 . Sawyer Carratura of the YXC1 Super Mini Sr . class would come