Wednesday, March 2, 2011

No Guts, No Glory


Forty participants and more than 200 spectators took part in the 10th annual Snow Box Derby, held Sunday at Rotarun ski area west of Hailey. Contestants had to be at least 5 years old and their entries had to be made of only cardboard, paint, glue and duct tape. Along with Most Creative and Spirit awards, first-, second- and third-place medals were awarded to winners in the Pee Wee, Junior, Teen and Business divisions. Dave Keir, recreation director for the Blaine County Recreation District, said the event was a big success. “We are so fortunate to partner with Rotarun and the Kiwanis Club in offering a fun, friendly, family event to the community for the past 10 years,” he said.

Express photos by Willy Cook

Six-year-old Thea Kraft tied for third place in the Pee Wee Division in her Pegasus entry.

Izzy Heekin sped down the course in her Crayola Cruiser and won a well-deserved Spirit Award in the Junior Division.

Seven-year-old Aaron Zaragoza roared down the Rotarun slope under dragon power and guts.

Carla Gavilano rode the berm at the bottom of the course perfectly to navigate the Ruscitto/Latham/Blanton entry to a first-place finish in the Business division.




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