The group, “Barracuda” included 11-year-old girls Lydia Martin, Jaden Perry, Mandy Hayes, and Lisa Murph. Here they perform outside at PFI in the costume contest. Photo/Angela Denning
There were only three entries in this year’s Humpy 500 Go-Cart Race but they were all pretty serious contestants. “Barracuda” took two first places, for the best costumes and for the fastest go-cart. They also took second for best design, winning a total of $1,000 in local gift certificates.
First place for best design and originality went to “The King Crabs”. They also took second in the race and third in best design, taking home $700 in gift certificates.
“Stars of the Sea” Kandence Pettibone, Annie Christensen, and Falon Torres prepare for judging. Photo/Angela Denning
“Stars of the Sea” took second for costumes and third for best design and the race, earning them $475.
“The King Crabs” huddle together to perform a chant led by Charles and Tiffany Davis. Photo/Angela Denning
Stars of the Sea push their go cart back up the street to race again. Photo/Angela Denning
11-year-old girls Lydia Martin, Jaden Perry, Mandy Hayes, and Lisa Murph painted their faces red as part of their “Barracuda” costumes. Photo/Angela Denning
11-year-old Allie Davis drove the King Crab go-cart to a second place finish. Photo/Angela Denning
Barracuda and The King Crabs go-carts race neck and neck down North Nordic Drive. Photo/Angela Denning
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