Some Moose Jaw racers brought home some impressive hardware at the Saskatchewan Motosport Association year-end banquet on Sept. 17.
Each racer competed in various classes throughout the season in hopes to earn enough points overall to get to the podium in the 2022 Provincial Championship Series.
Jared Pryor came out of retirement this year and brought home the provincial championship in Vet Master. The last time Jared raced a full season was in 2003 when he won the intermediate provincial championship.
Jack Janzen earned 4th in 65 cc (7-11) and was voted for the Dedication and Desire Award. This award was voted by the SMA membership. It goes to a rider that has shown humility whether they win or lose, given encouragement on and off the track and simply someone who participates for the love of the ride.
Brady Pryor received 5th in Supermini and 4th in 85 cc (12-16).
Dean Evans got 2nd in Plus 50.
Seth Jarvos earned 8th in 50cc (4-6).
Jamie Dessert received 2nd in vet junior and 4th in MX1 Junior.
Kolby Dessert got 10th in 50 cc (4-6).
Broc Shury got 3rd in Vet Master.
Also at the year-end banquet, the Moose Jaw Motocross Club received an award for Club of the Year. This award is decided on by the SMA membership, and the club is extremely humbled and proud. This was the first year they hosted a race in Moose Jaw in 10 years and it was a huge success.