SWAIN - Local competitors put up strong showings at the Snowmobile Hill Climb Racing Association’s Dyno Port Hill Drags at Swain Resort last month.
Brothers Logan and Carter Kingston of Geneseo competed in the 120cc division against eight other competitors. Logan, 8, and Cater, 6, competed on Yamaha Snow Scoots from the 1980s that had been modified with longer tracks and better suspensions by owner Jason Frazier and the brothers’ father, Peter Kingston.
Out of their four runs, each brother took two first and two second place finishes, which tied them for first overall in their division.
Other local competitors included Geneseo resident Jason Frazier, who took two second place finishes on his Polaris 600 in the 700cc and 800cc division; Trevor Frazier, who took a first place finish in the 850cc division; and first time racer Karmen Frazier, a 16-year-old who took second place in a competitive women’s division.
The event drew more than 150 competitors to Swain Resort March 19. It was organized by Rich Daly, the owner of Dyno Port, a powersports parts provider in Union Springs, Cayuga County, and an accomplished hill climb competitor in his own right.
Carter and Logan are the grandsons of Monica and the late David J. Kingston, of Geneseo.