Pinecrest, CA -The fifth annual Superfly Slopestyle at Dodge Ridge went offwith a bang. With 130 participants flipping, spinning andgrinding their way down the course all day Saturday. It was a tightcompetition with snowboarders competing for cash, while theamateurs competed for prizes from participating sponsors.

It all came downto the final runs where Kauk brought out the big guns tobutton up first place for the Men’s Pro Snowboard category. Otherwinners were Justin Calbert who placed first in the Men’s Amateur SnowboardCategory. For the women, Sarah Meyers, Santa Cruz Pro Rider placed firstin the Women’s Snowboard Category.

Aloha Battle, Dodge Ridge Employee and Superfly Slopestyle participanthelped Dodge Ridge raise $500 for the American Cancer Society’s BreastCancer Research Foundation. A portion of the proceeds from registrationfees will be donated in Aloha’s name as the fundraising effort is part ofher senior project.

Dodge Ridge is also kicking off its 2001-2002 season pass sale with a fulladult or teen season pass for only $299. With that you receive the optionto pay only $49 more to ski or ride the rest of this season. These passesare sold on a first come first served basis and will be available to thefirst 1,000 people to sign up.

Passes are on sale now at Dodge Ridge, by logging on to www.dodgeridge.com,or by telephone at (209) 965-3474.

Men’s Pro Snowboard
1. Lonnie Kauk
2. Jed Hoffman
3. Dave Brumm

Men’s Amateur Snowboard
1. Justin Calbert
2. Clay Allison
3. Aaron Gray

Women’s Snowboard
1. Sarah Meyers
2. Alexis Waite

13 & Under Snowboard
1. Mack Boyd
2. Kellen Ringen
3. Whitney Mc Cumber