Halloween Hellride 4 Photos
Check out some photos from the Halloween Hellride at the Diamond Mine. Who had the best costume?
Photos: Joe Hammeke
A tombstone was added, appropriately, to the bowl.
An elaborate zombie scene was outside.
Silent Monks. Nic Rivera and Marlon Silva
Paul Hart and a couple Espinoza’s came to party.
And they brought gifts for the ladies.
A Clockwork Orange in the Zombie warp tunnel.
Elliott and ET get my vote for best costume of the night.
Oscar and Selena.
Mighty and his lady
Nick Tershay as Hugh Hefner
If you could guess who this is you got one of those drinks.
Scary yet fashionable
Sally helps Roman Pabich get his clown costume together.
Old Dirty Smolik says lets start the show.
Patrick Ryan was killing it in practice but rolled his ankle before the contest started.
Malakai Montes came all the way from Hawaii.
Robbie Russo coming off a 5-0 to a full deck of partiers
Russo and Steven Smith piled on the flat.
Oscar Navarro off the back wall and through the corner
Cedric Pabich back crails over the gatekeeper
Roman Pabich was ruling all day. Here he scrapes the back wall on a hefty backside air.
Mason Merlino livin that guido life
Roman Pabich was shredding the entire bowl.
Then took one to the face, pretty hard, but he got up and finished the jam.
Ronnie Sandoval kept it pretty mellow in practice but once the contest started you could tell he knew his way around the Diamond Bowl.
Best trick winner Dalton Dern, Smith kickflip out.
And your winners are... Robbie Russo, 3rd place, $1500!
Roman Pabich, 2nd place, $4000!
Ronnie Sandoval, 1st place, $10,000!
Thirteen year old Roman’s not sure what to do with the $4000! No point in buying candy when it’s Halloween.
Then they lowered the Pinata with candy and $100 bills.
Thanks to Diamond, Thrasher and all the skaters.
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