Alpine’s Taven Woodie Wins Saturday’s Jackson Hole Snocross National Pro Am Women Final Before Home Crowd

December 2018 Feature

After a disappointing get-off while leading in Friday’s Pro Am Women final at the Jackson Hole Snocross National in Jackson Hole Arctic Cat and local favorite racer Taven Woodie was on task Saturday and easily won the Pro Am Women final that night.

Woodie, a 15-year-old racer from just up the road in Alpine, WY, again had two great rounds of qualifying (a first and a second) and held on to win her first race of the Amsoil Championship Snocross season. It was rounds 3 and 4 in Jackson for the national snocross circuit and there were plenty of fans on hand to witness the young racer take the win.

Woodie finished ahead of Ski-Doo racer Megan Brodeur, who had three straight wins going into Saturday’s final, and third place finisher Malene Andersen, also competing on a Cat.

Saturday Pro Am Women Results

1. Taven Woodie                     Arctic Cat

2. Megan Brodeur                   Ski-Doo

3. Malene Andersen                Arctic Cat

4. Brittani Robinson                Polaris

5. Jakki Farmer                        Polaris

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