2018 Monster Cup Recap

The 2018 Monster Cup just wrapped up this weekend in Las Vegas, with the Ethika Familie dominating the night. This is a special race because it also includes the future of the sport, with 2 Amateur divisions. There was great racing in the Pro, Amateur All Star and Supermini classes. Ethika Familie highlights included Axell Hodges winning Best Whip, Jo Shimoda winning the Amateur All-Star class and Max Vohland winning the Supermini class.


Cooper Webb debuted his new factory KTM ride at Monster Cup


Ryder DiFrancesco, Josh Variza and Kaeden Amerine hauling through the sand section


The ethika familie podium sweep of Jo Shimoda, Jalek Swoll and Derek Drake


Max Vohland and Kaeden Amerine finished first and second

Results

Cup Class
1 Eli Tomac
2 Jason Anderson
3 Joey Savatgy
4 Justin Barcia
5 Malcolm Stewart

Amateur All-Star
1 Jo Shimoda
2 Jalek Swoll
3 Derek Drake
4 Seth Hammaker
5 Brian Moreau

Supermini
1 Max Vohland
2 Kaeden Amerine
3 Chance Hymas
4 Jack Chambers
5 Joshua Varize

Jarvis Landry sets NFL Record

Jarvis Landry set an NFL record Sunday with the 427th catch of his career. With that catch for a gain of 15 yards in the third quarter for the Cleveland Browns, he set the record for most receptions through the first five seasons of an NFL career.

He caught two more passes after that and ended the Browns’ 12-9 overtime victory against the Baltimore Ravens with 429 career receptions for 4,419 yards and 23 touchdowns. He has one touchdown this season, his first in Cleveland after playing four seasons with the Miami Dolphins.

Landry now ranks ahead of Larry Fitzgerald (426), Torrey Holt (423) and A.J. Green (415) for most catches in the first five seasons.

Congrats Juice!

Ethika X Orangewood Foundation

Last Friday the Ethika Familie partnered up with Orangewood Foundation in Santa Ana to throw an End of Summer BBQ.

It was a fun-filled day— Eating burgers, playing games, getting haircuts, and helping sort donated clothing and hygiene products for the youth.

Learn more about Orangewood here.


The BBQ was the place to be


Cory Danger from Golden Crown Barber Shop was on hand to provide fresh cuts


Jenga fun


Grill masters at work


Spike Ball is always a blast

About Orangewood Foundation
Orangewood Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (Fed’l tax ID #95-3616628) and one of the leading providers of services to current and former foster youth in Orange County. We help almost 2,000 foster and community youth annually prepare for independent adulthood.

The “Orangewood Way” recognizes that our relationship with our youth is one of collaboration and partnership. Our staff work one-on-one with our youth to help them identify their own strengths, attributes, and aptitudes to empower them to overcome their challenges and reach their greatest potential. Our staff work with youth in four critical areas: health & wellness, housing, life skills & employment, and education. We meet a broad array of needs: from groceries and a hot meal, to transitional housing, to life skills workshops and employment leads, to our innovative Samueli Academy charter high school and scholarships for college and graduate school.

Lil Wayne on The Tonight Show

Last night Lil Wayne dropped by The Tonight Show to talk with Jimmy Fallon regarding all things Tha Carter V. The album is expected to hit the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart next week.

Tunechi joined The Roots on stage for a performance of his track “Dedicate” off Tha Carter V. Check it out below!