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Evans, Jarrett, Blythe Go Big at the Little Raccoon

| 20 July 2013 1:35 pm

ACES Appalachian Championship Enduro Series
Rounds 4-5: Appalachian Dirt Riders’ Little Raccoon Enduro

Story and Photos by Heather Wilson/HeatherNWilson.com
WELLSTON, OH, MAY 25-26, 2013

Many ACES competitors and supporters spent the weekend camping on the grassy hill surrounded by the coal mines of Wellston, Ohio. Rounds four and five served not only as an ACES event but as one of two International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) qualifiers held in the United States.

Husqvarna rider Fred Hoess, an LOI competitor, whips around the grass-track at the Appalachian Championship Enduro Series doubleheader in Wellston, Ohio.

Husqvarna rider Fred Hoess, an LOI competitor, whips around the grass-track at the Appalachian Championship Enduro Series doubleheader in Wellston, Ohio.

The Letter of Intent (LOI) competitors who desired to earn a spot representing Team USA at the ISDE were not ACES competitors, but said they enjoyed the event hosted by ACES. Day one of the enduro boasted 42 LOI riders and 83 ACES competitors. (ACES competitors who rode LOI were not included in the ACES count.) Day two had 44 LOI competitors and 104 ACES riders.

The trail consisted of woods and grass-track surrounding rocky and dusty terrain.

There were 120 actual miles, with 70 miles of woods trail, on Saturday. Sunday’s course consisted of 100 actual miles, with 63 miles of woods trail. The Appalachian Dirt Riders started cutting trail for this event in January. Dust was a condition that may riders faced throughout the weekend, much to their dismay.

“You had to be more cautious in the fast, open sections because they were so dusty,” said Husqvarna rider Billy Farmer.

With the event being an ISDE qualifier, the format was slightly different than the traditional ACES format. MotoTally scored the event electronically, and riders accrued seconds. The competitors tried to drop as few seconds as they could.

At the Appalachian Dirt Riders’ Little Raccoon Enduro, Sam Evans scored the overall win on day one…

At the Appalachian Dirt Riders’ Little Raccoon Enduro, Sam Evans scored the overall win on day one…

It was West Virginian Sam Evans who captured the Overall win for both days, dropping 3,189 seconds on day one and 3,282 seconds on day two. His fellow KTM rider Josh Gaitten followed closely with 3,216 seconds on day one and 3,305 on day two.

Evans spent most of his childhood racing.

“I started racing local motocross when I was 8,” he said. “My first big race was at the GNCC in Georgia 10 years ago. I enjoy the woods racing. The enduros are a little slower pace, but I really like them.”

Evans has been riding mostly cross-country style for more than 11 years.

“I’m from West Virginia,” said Evans. “In the winter, it’s hard to get riding in. I started going down south to practice. The enduros were some racing I could do in the winter. I really hadn’t ridden a lot of enduros until just the last couple of years. I’ve not followed the series, but I’ve been able to catch a few.”

Although he enjoys the enduros, Evans said he doesn’t like the “stop-and-go part” of it: “I’m accustomed to racing for hours straight and not really the short sprints. ACES always seems to provide great trails, and it really does help me with my sprints, which overall helps my speed, even in the cross-country racing.”

…and he did it again on day two.

…and he did it again on day two.

Due to the ISDE format, the special tests were shorter. Evans said he couldn’t afford to make mistakes.

“There wasn’t a whole lot of time to make up for mistakes if they happened,” said Evans. “I made some big mistakes passing riders, which cost me a lot of time. Other than that, I really didn’t have any regrets. It was a lot of fun and a great ride.”

Evans said his AOMC-backed KTM 250 XC and his Genuine Dirt Racer suspension “worked great all day, as always” thanks to his mechanic – who just happens to be his dad.

Not only did his bike have to endure the trails, but Evans’ body did as well. That’s where fitness came into play.

“I do a little bit of everything,” Evans said. “I’m in the gym at least three days a week. I run, bicycle, and ride throughout the week.

“Since I had such a great experience, I’d like to catch some ACES in the future,” Evans added. “The goal for the rest of the season is to continue to focus on the GNCC series and have a great year-end finish in the XC2 Pro Lites class.”

Evans thanked his mom and dad, Appalachian Offroad Motorcycles, Genuine Dirt Racer Suspension, Fly Racing, Ride PG, Thornhill Auto, Mohr’s Tire Farm, Dunlop Tires, Leatt, EVS, Balzout, Worldwide Chiropractic, Silkolene, FMF and Outlaw Motorsports for supporting him.

KTM jockey Jeff Anderson (25B) sweeps down a bank to enter some narrow trail. He won the Senior A class on both days.

KTM jockey Jeff Anderson (25B) sweeps down a bank to enter some narrow trail. He won the Senior A class on both days.

The Overall A spot was snatched by Billy Farmer on day one. Farmer dropped 3,408 seconds. Behind Farmer, with 3,435 seconds, was Honda rider Anthony Glasso.

Billy Farmer took the Overall A on day one.

Billy Farmer took the Overall A on day one.

Farmer, a sixth year ACES competitor, made his way to the podium for the Overall A spot.

“I first started riding when I was about 7 years old,” commented Farmer. “I raced my first hare scramble in 1992, when I was 16, and my first enduro in 2008.”

Farmer’s dad is the person who got him into enduros.

“He always talked about doing enduros back in the day, and he convinced me to start doing them,” said Farmer, who noted that enduros are unique in comparison to other forms of racing. “I think the best part of enduros is, you hardly ever ride the same trail twice, and you never now how you do until about an hour after the race is over.”

Often, races don’t happen right outside the competitors’ back doors, and therefore a lot of travel time is required.

“The worst part is, we have to drive from 2.5 to 4.5 hours to get to the races,” Farmer said.

During the winter, Farmer worked out with Joel Younkins from Joel Younkins Training. Lately, he’s been trying to do some bicycling, but he said the biggest thing for him is being able to get in the woods to ride the bike.

“My 2012 Husqvarna TXC 310 motor was perfect,” commented Farmer. “The forks beat me up in the first couple sections, so I made a few adjustments, and it really seemed to help. Hopefully this is a step in the right direction to some more overall A wins, the Vet A championship and another Overall A championship.”

Farmer thanked his dad, Bill: “Without his help, I would not be able to do this.”

He would thanked his wife, Rachel, and his sponsors: Beaver Creek Cycle, F.A.R. Husqvarna, Jytraining.com, Cyborg Supplements, MSR, Kenda, Silkolene, Sidi, PitMX, Ripped Vinyl, Snyder Carpet, Freeze MX and R.L. Best.

“I would like to thank the clubs for putting on good events for the riders and also thank Husqvarna for sponsoring this series with their contingency program,” Farmer said.

Husqvarna-mounted Open C competitor Scott Clayton (32C) sprints up a hill.

Husqvarna-mounted Open C competitor Scott Clayton (32C) sprints up a hill.

Ricki McAtee secured the Overall A position on day two. He dropped 3,390 seconds. His fellow Yamaha rider Jake Fiola was 68 seconds behind McAtee, with 3,458 seconds.

Ricki McAtee won the Overall A on day two.

Ricki McAtee won the Overall A on day two.

McAtee said enduros have been a way of life for his family. His dad used to race, and that inspired him to start riding enduros, too.  This is his first full year of competing in the enduros.

“I only raced probably four enduros before this year,” McAtee said. “I like the fresh trails and hanging out with my friends having a good time. “What I don’t like the most is the road-riding part; it drives me nuts, but I guess it is just part of it.”

Keeping fit for McAtee is comprised of going to the gym at least three times a week.

“I almost have no choice, because my wife is a fitness freak,” said McAtee, who also noted, “It was important not to make any mistakes during the test sections, or, if you do, make them as small as possible. I wish I wouldn’t have been three minutes late for a check on the first day… thanks to Ronny Jarvis.”

Winning isn’t everything to McAtee.

“I just started riding again to have fun and spend a little more time with my dad; he loves to be at the races,” McAtee said. “Although this is my first year, I’ll definitely be back.”

McAtee thanked his dad: “Without him, I would have never known what riding was. He’s supported me 110 percent, no matter what.”

McAtee also thanked his wife “for shoving me out of bed every morning at 3:30 a.m. to go to the gym.”

McAtee said his bike worked great, thanks to the GMR Parts: “James Giddings at GMR… can fix anything.”

On day one, KTM rider Adam Clark won Overall B. He dropped 3,543 seconds. Only 42 seconds behind Clark was KTM jockey Jordan Collins, with 3,585 seconds.

Adam Clark won the Overall B on day one.

Adam Clark won the Overall B on day one.

Now in his third year competing in the ACES, Clark was inspired to start riding enduros because he was tired of riding beat-up trails at his local hare scrambles series.

“I had some friends that said I needed to come try the ACES,” he said. “Once I tried one, it was just what I was looking for.”

Clark enjoys the enduros because of “all the fresh single-track, the full day of riding, and being able to ride with friends.”

He liked the race layout, but prior to the race he had to stiffen his suspension a little because of the speed of the race.

“It was my favorite trail we’ve ridden all year,” Clark said. “The grass-track was also a nice change of pace.”

Clark was glad that there was a 15-second gap between the riders in the special tests so the dust wasn’t so bad.

“I would like to continue to contend for the Overall B and battle with the rest of the Open B class,” Clark said. “The Open B class is stacked this year. There are five of us that could win any given race. That has been making this year fun.”

Clark thanked AES KTM in New Philadelphia and Mark McGrath for letting him ride and train with him.

Jordan Collins (19D) was a close runner-up for the Overall B on both days and won the Open B class on day two.

Jordan Collins (19D) was a close runner-up for the Overall B on both days and won the Open B class on day two.

Yamaha rider Hunter Ayers, a first-time enduro rider, seized Overall B on day two with 3,671 seconds. Collins was again close to getting the Overall B spot on day two, with 3,679 seconds.

Hunter Ayers scored the Overall B on day two in his first-ever enduro.

Hunter Ayers scored the Overall B on day two in his first-ever enduro.

Ayers, who only started riding about five years ago, and who’s traditionally a GNCC competitor, wanted to try something different, so he tried his first enduro at the ISDE Qualifier hosted by ACES. Not knowing what to expect of the enduro, Ayers thought the race was good.

“I like the breaks in riding that the enduros have, but I don’t care for all the blacktop roads,” said Ayers, who mentioned that there were a lot of unexpected obstacles on the trail. “A tree hit my head and knocked me clear off my bike.”

Ayers had a great run, for his first enduro.

“I may try more enduros,” said Ayers, who thanked Jesus Christ for keeping him safe, JDP and Jay Downhour for great suspension, and the Hardcore Racing team and his friends and family for their support.

It was a toss-up between the same two competitors on day one and day two for the LOI Overall. Kawasaki jockey Jimmy Jarrett won Overall LOI on day one, while KTM rider Ian Blythe captured the win on day two. Jarrett dropped 3,178 seconds on day one, while Blythe dropped 3,181 – they were a mere three seconds apart.

On day two, Jarrett and Blythe were only 23 seconds apart. Blythe dropped 3,166 seconds, while Jarrett dropped 3,189 seconds.

Jimmy Jarrett jockeyed his Kawasaki to the Overall LOI on day one.

Jimmy Jarrett jockeyed his Kawasaki to the Overall LOI on day one.

Jarrett said he’s always been passionate about the ISDE.

“I love traveling to different places and seeing all of the different cultures,” he said.

He was selected to be on the Wellard Team for this year’s ISDE. It will be his eighth time in the last 10 years. Jarrett started riding when he was 5 years old and started racing at age 10.

“My dad was always an off-road guy,” he recounted, “so that’s just what I was brought up to do.”

One of his favorite race formats is that of an enduro.

“I like the trail sections,” he said. “It’s just fun to ride with your buddies, pin it in the special tests, and then bench-race at the checks.”

In order to train for the races, Jarrett likes to cycle and ride as much as he can.

“This year, I’ve backed away from racing full time, so my training has as well,” he noted, “but I still enjoy competing. I’ve had so many sponsors that have stuck with me over the years, and they are still behind me 100 percent.”

Jarrett enjoyed the two-day race.

“It was a lot more fun than I expected,” he confessed. “I thought the tests were all really good. I would love to be able to set up the grass-track for the race next year. I think they could have the best grass-track around with that facility; they just need to make it more like an ISDE grass-track.”

Overall, he said he had a pretty good weekend.

“I didn’t crash in any of the tests,” Jarrett said. “Ian rode really well the second day. I don’t think I could have done anything differently to beat him.”

While Jarrett decided to go to the ISDE, he is disappointed that he will miss a race in the AMA NHS Series in which he competes, since the series rescheduled a race during the ISDE. Jarrett thanked his sponsors: Moose, FMF, Smith, Bell, Sidi, Rocky Mountain, DP, IMS, AMSOIL, Maxxis, Cycra, Renthal, Sunstar, Tusk, Zip-Ty, Evans, Jay Bird, DT1, G2, Outerwears, Rekluse, P3, BRP, Motion Pro, Motoseat, Snyder Carpet, Matrix, DVS, Hennacy Machine, Factory Connection, his parents and his girlfriend, Shayla, for their support.

Ian Blythe (4D) rips through a corner of the grass-track on the second day of the ISDE Qualifier in Wellston, Ohio.

Ian Blythe (4D) rips through a corner of the grass-track on the second day of the ISDE Qualifier in Wellston, Ohio.

Ian Blythe spirited away the Overall LOI on day two.

Ian Blythe spirited away the Overall LOI on day two.

As for Blythe, he’s no stranger to ISDE competition. Blythe raced the 2010 ISDE in Mexico, as well as the 2011 ISDE in Finland.

“I skipped last year, although I won the ISDE Qualifier Overall in Idaho City,” said Blythe, who was selected to be on the GoFasters.com club team for this year’s ISDE in Italy.

Off-road racing is natural for Blythe, because he grew up around the sport, as his dad was a racer. However, Blythe didn’t start racing seriously until he was 10 years old.

“I was on a KX65 when my dad got me into motocross,” said Blythe, whose passion for the sport is plainly evident. “Before that, I raced BMX and mini enduros. I just love racing dirt bikes, but ISDE-style enduros are my favorite. I love grass-tracks and the all-out sprint style of the special tests.”

He rides a lot and stays active in order to remain fit.

“If I have a day that I am not riding during the week, I like to go hiking, mountain biking or on a run,” said Blythe. “Sometimes I go to the gym, too.”

Although Blythe won the day-two overall, he didn’t have the easiest start to day one, as he had to change an injector at the first gas stop.

“I was pretty stoked I made it to the first gas, because my bike was running pretty bad,” he commented. “Fortunately I had enough time, and the spare parts on hand, so it wasn’t a big problem. The injector definitely hurt me in the first two tests.”

Blythe felt that the qualifier was an accurate representation of what two days of an ISDE would be like; however, he felt that there was slightly too much time at the checks and that the tests were “a little bit too fresh.”

“It’s nice when you aren’t reading arrows and the trail is beat in enough to just follow the berms and ruts,” he said. “Day two was much better in that respect. At these races, it’s important just to realize that the tests are really short and you have to push the limits during the whole thing. It can be a little sketchy, but with these short tests, you can really hang it out.

“Test two on day one was my favorite of the weekend,” he continued. “It had a really good flow to it and an awesome mix of grass-track and woods terrain. I made a few mistakes on the first grass-track on day one, as well as in test five. In just those two tests, Jimmy Jarrett took about 20 seconds from me, so if I could have just been closer, I might have won both days. I am still happy to get the overall. I really respect Jimmy as a racer, and I know that I had to be riding good just to stay close.

Blythe specifically thanked the Kline family.

“At this race, the Kline family played a big role,” said Blythe. “Mr. Kline… was at all of the checks with food, water and, luckily, spare parts. World Jet is my main sponsor this year; I can’t thank them enough. KTM of Aspen back home helps me keep my bike running while I am on the road.”

Blythe also thanked KTM, MX1 West, Acerbis, Pearlizumi, AGV, BRP, Motorex, Super B, Ariete, OffRoadChampions.com, Motion Pro and HydraPak, as well as everyone who helped him out and gave him a couch to sleep on while on the road.

KTM-mounted A.J. Lehr (3B), an LOI competitor, rips around the grass-track at the start of day two.

KTM-mounted A.J. Lehr (3B), an LOI competitor, rips around the grass-track at the start of day two.

The Appalachian Championship Enduro Series (ACES) is a traditional time-keeping enduro series. The Hocking Valley Motorcycle Club would be hosting the next race, the Jake-Tom Enduro, on July 14 in Logan, Ohio.

ACES thanks the following sponsors for contributing to the growth of this series and for supporting its riders: Caton’s Cycle Center, Clinton County Motorsports, Cycra, Enduro Engineering, Fly Racing, Husqvarna, JM Cycle, Kenda, KRW Cycles, KTM, Leatt, Moose Racing, Ohio Motorcycle, Osburn Associates, Point View Cycles, Remhert’s KTM/ Kawasaki, Smith’s Power Sports, Sport Cycles, Western Power Sports and Wheelsports.

For more information, race results, the series schedule, and rules, please visit www.ACES-RACES.com.

Appalachian Dirt Riders’ Little Raccoon Enduro
Wellston, Ohio
Results: May 25-26, 2013 (Rounds 4-5)

Day One

OVERALL LOI: 1. Jimmy Jarrett (Kaw); 2. Ian Blythe (KTM); 3. Michael Sanders (KTM); 4. Johnny Barber (Hbg); 5. Fred Hoess (Hsq); 6. Justin Sode (Bet); 7. Trevor Kline (KTM); 8. Anthony Krivi (Yam); 9. Jeff Fredette (Kaw); 10. Scott Bright (KTM); 11. Derek Spangler (Yam); 12. Michael Pillar (KTM); 13. Shawn O’Leary (KTM); 14. Glenn Scherer (KTM).

OVERALL: 1. Samuel Evans (KTM); 2. Joshua Gaitten (KTM); 3. Robbie Jenks (KTM); 4. Rodney Judson (Bet); 5. William Farmer (Hsq); 6. Anthony Glasso (Hon); 7. Michael Molnar (KTM); 8. Billy Weaver (Hon); 9. Jeff Anderson (KTM); 10. Vinnie Petrela (KTM); 11. Triston Landrum (KTM); 12. Tyler Jarvis (KTM); 13. Brian Sovak (KTM); 14. David Olive (KTM); 15. Mark McGrath (KTM); 16. Wayne Perdue (Hbg); 17. Tristian Stumbo (Hsq); 18. Jeff Johnson (Hbg); 19. Nathan Bidwell (KTM); 20. Adam Clark (KTM).

OVERALL A: 1. William Farmer (Hsq); 2. Anthony Glasso (Hon); 3. Michael Molnar (KTM); 4. Billy Weaver (Hon); 5. Jeff Anderson (KTM); 6. Vinnie Petrela (KTM); 7. Triston Landrum (KTM); 8. Tyler Jarvis (KTM); 9. Brian Sovak (KTM); 10. David Olive (KTM); 11. Wayne Perdue (Hbg); 12. Tristian Stumbo (Hsq); 13. Jeff Johnson (Hbg); 14. Nathan Bidwell (KTM); 15. John Grimm (KTM); 16. Grant Smith (KTM); 17. Roberto Quintanilla (KTM); 18. Cody Meeks (KTM); 19. Colin Klier (KTM); 20. Peyton Randolph (Hsq).

OVERALL B: 1. Adam Clark (KTM); 2. Jordan Collins (KTM); 3. Chris Ray (Yam); 4. Hunter Ayers (Yam); 5. Thomas Wildenauer II (KTM); 6. Mike Copsey (KTM); 7. Aaron Cooney (KTM); 8. Travis Jarvis (KTM); 9. Jesse Short (Hon); 10. Seth Littler (KTM); 11. Logan Mullins (Hon); 12. Jason Mock (Yam); 13. Nick Fisher (KTM); 14. Aaron Risden (KTM); 15. David Kidd (Kaw); 16. Matt Kemp (KTM); 17. Kenny Hoyle (KTM); 18. Levi Exline (KTM); 19. Jeremy Bernhart (Hon); 20. Ron Valdman (KTM).

E1: 1. Ian Blythe (KTM); 2. Fred Hoess (Hsq); 3. Derek Spangler (Yam); 4. A.J. Lehr (KTM); 5. Brian Storrie (KTM).

E2: 1. Jimmy Jarrett (Kaw); 2. Michael Sanders (KTM); 3. Johnny Barber (Hbg); 4. Justin Sode (Bet); 5. Anthony Krivi (Yam).

E3: 1. Trevor Kline (KTM); 2. Shawn O’Leary (KTM); 3. Glenn Scherer (KTM); 4. John Maier (GG); 5. Kevin Hutchinson (Kaw).

E4: 1. Jeff Fredette (Kaw); 2. Scott Bright (KTM); 3. Brian Storrie (KTM); 4. Tim Taber (Hbg); 5. Chuck Foust (KTM).

E5: 1. Amanda Mastin (KTM); 2. Heather Canny (KTM); 3. Rachel Gutish (Yam).

AA: 1. Samuel Evans (KTM); 2. Joshua Gaitten (KTM); 3. Robbie Jenks (KTM); 4. Rodney Judson (Bet); 5. Mark McGrath (KTM).

A 200: 1. Triston Landrum (KTM); 2. Cody Meeks (KTM); 3. Michael Sample (KTM); 4. Shane Sims (KTM); 4. Ryan Slopko (KTM).

A 250: 1. Michael Molnar (KTM); 2. Billy Weaver (Hon); 3. Vinnie Petrela (KTM); 4. Tristian Stumbo (Hsq); 5. Nathan Bidwell (KTM).

A OPEN: 1. Tyler Jarvis (KTM); 2. Jeff Johnson (Hbg); 3. Grant Smith (KTM); 4. Peyton Randolph (Hsq); 5. Steve Bond (GG).

A VET: 1. William Farmer (Hsq); 2. Anthony Glasso (Hon); 3. Brian Sovak (KTM); 4. Roberto Quintanilla (KTM); 5. Colin Klier (KTM).

A SR: 1. Jeff Anderson (KTM); 2. David Olive (KTM); 3. Wayne Perdue (Hbg); 4. John Grimm (KTM); 5. Edward Snyder (KTM).

A SUPER SR: 1. Roger Nichols (KTM); 2. Douglass Rinehart (KTM); 3. Mark Lederle (KTM); 4. Norm Into (Hon); 5. Daniel Ford (Yam).

B 200: 1. Hunter Ayers (Yam); 2. Seth Littler (KTM); 3. Nick Fisher (KTM); 4. Tim Holden (KTM); 5. Bernard Evans (Kaw).

B 250: 1. Logan Mullins (Hon); 2. Matt Kemp (KTM); 3. Levi Exline (KTM); 4. Garrett Coe (Kaw).

B OPEN: 1. Adam Clark (KTM); 2. Jordan Collins (KTM); 3. Thomas Wildenauer II (KTM); 4. Aaron Cooney (KTM); 5. Travis Jarvis (KTM).

B VET: 1. Mike Copsey (KTM); 2. Jesse Short (Hon); 3. Jason Mock (Yam); 4. Jeremy Bernhart (Hon); 5. Jade Smith (KTM).

B SR: 1. Chris Ray (Yam); 2. Aaron Risden (KTM); 3. David Kidd (Kaw); 4. Kenny Hoyle (KTM); 5. Arturo Garza (KTM).

B SUPER SR: 1. Ron Valdman (KTM); 2. Tom Gemmell (KTM); 3. Mark Randolph (Hsq); 4. Jim Crowley (KTM); 5. Jeffrey Bowling (KTM).

C OPEN: 1. Wayne Farnsworth (KTM); 2. Hans Raidel (KTM); 3. Kristoffer Reeves (KTM); 4. Scott Clayton (Hsq); 5. James Moll (Hon).

C SCHOOL: 1. Alex Exline (KTM).

MASTERS: 1. Gary Spencer (KTM).

SPORT: 1. Charles Hopper (KTM).

Day Two

OVERALL LOI: 1. Ian Blythe (KTM); 2. Jimmy Jarrett (Kaw); 3. Johnny Barber (Hbg); 4. Fred Hoess (Hsq); 5. Justin Sode (Bet); 6. Trevor Kline (KTM); 7. Anthony Krivi (Yam); 8. Brian Storrie (KTM); 9. Michael Sanders (KTM); 10. Cary Eberts (KTM); 11. A.J. Lehr (KTM); 12. Derek Spangler (Yam); 13. Shawn O’Leary (KTM); 14. Sam Buffa (KTM); 15. Michael Pillar (KTM); 16. John Maier (GG); 17. Jeff Fredette (Kaw); 18. Jeff O’Leary (KTM); 19. Scott Bright (KTM); 20. Brian Storrie (KTM).

OVERALL: 1. Samuel Evans (KTM); 2. Joshua Gaitten (KTM); 3. Ricki McAtee (Yam); 4. Rodney Judson (Bet); 5. Robbie Jenks (KTM); 6. Jake Fiola (Yam); 7. William Farmer (Hsq); 8. Ryan Pendeville (Hbg); 9. Triston Landrum (KTM); 10. Anthony Glasso (Hon); 11. Jeff Anderson (KTM); 12. Tristian Stumbo (Hsq); 13. Mark McGrath (KTM); 14. Tyler Jarvis (KTM); 15. Vinnie Petrela (KTM); 16. David Olive (KTM); 17. Nathan Bidwell (KTM); 18. Wayne Perdue (Hbg); 19. Hunter Ayers (Yam); 20. Jordan Collins (KTM).

OVERALL A: 1. Ricki McAtee (Yam); 2. Jake Fiola (Yam); 3. William Farmer (Hsq); 4. Ryan Pendeville (Hbg); 5. Triston Landrum (KTM); 6. Anthony Glasso (Hon); 7. Jeff Anderson (KTM); 8. Tristian Stumbo (Hsq); 9. Tyler Jarvis (KTM); 10. Vinnie Petrela (KTM); 11. David Olive (KTM); 12. Nathan Bidwell (KTM); 13. Wayne Perdue (Hbg); 14. Jeff Johnson (Hbg); 15. Roberto Quintanilla (KTM); 16. Cody Meeks (KTM); 17. Todd Ghearing (KTM); 18. Colin Klier (KTM); 19. John Grimm (KTM); 20. Peyton Randolph (Hsq).

OVERALL B: 1. Hunter Ayers (Yam); 2. Jordan Collins (KTM); 3. Aaron Cooney (KTM); 4. Thomas Wildenauer II (KTM); 5. Travis Jarvis (KTM); 6. Garrett Coe (Kaw); 7. Adam Clark (KTM); 8. Mike Copsey (KTM); 9. Jared Sabo (Kaw); 10. Mark Pendeville (Hbg); 11. Jesse Short (Hon); 12. Chris Ray (Yam); 13. Arturo Garza (KTM); 14. Aaron Risden (KTM); 15. Miguel Morales (KTM); 16. Jade Smith (KTM); 17. Trent Gardner (KTM); 18. Nick Fisher (KTM); 19. Kenny Hoyle (KTM); 20. Ron Valdman (KTM).

E1: 1. Ian Blythe (KTM); 2. Fred Hoess (Hsq); 3. Cary Eberts (KTM); 4. A.J. Lehr (KTM); 5. Derek Spangler (Yam).

E2: 1. Jimmy Jarrett (Kaw); 2. Johnny Barber (Hbg); 3. Justin Sode (Bet); 4. Anthony Krivi (Yam); 5. Michael Sanders (KTM).

E3: 1. Trevor Kline (KTM); 2. Shawn O’Leary (KTM); 3. John Maier (GG); 4. Glenn Scherer (KTM); 5. William Bryan Petty (KTM).

E4: 1. Brian Storrie (KTM); 2. Jeff Fredette (Kaw); 3. Scott Bright (KTM); 4. Tim Taber (Hbg); 5. David Barnes (GG).

E5: 1. Amanda Mastin (KTM); 2. Rachel Gutish (Yam); 3. Heather Canny (KTM).

AA: 1. Samuel Evans (KTM); 2. Joshua Gaitten (KTM); 3. Rodney Judson (Bet); 4. Robbie Jenks (KTM); 5. Mark McGrath (KTM).

A 200: 1. Triston Landrum (KTM); 2. Cody Meeks (KTM); 3. Michael Sample (KTM); 4. Shane Sims (KTM); 5. Ryan Slopko (KTM).

A 250: 1. Jake Fiola (Yam); 2. Ryan Pendeville (Hbg); 3. Tristian Stumbo (Hsq); 4. Vinnie Petrela (KTM); 5. Nathan Bidwell (KTM).

A OPEN: 1. Tyler Jarvis (KTM); 2. Jeff Johnson (Hbg); 3. Peyton Randolph (Hsq); 4. Grant Smith (KTM); 5. Steve Bond (GG).

A VET: 1. Ricki McAtee (Yam); 2. William Farmer (Hsq); 3. Anthony Glasso (Hon); 4. Roberto Quintanilla (KTM); 5. Colin Klier (KTM).

A SR: 1. Jeff Anderson (KTM); 2. David Olive (KTM); 3. Wayne Perdue (Hbg); 4. Todd Ghearing (KTM); 5. John Grimm (KTM).

A SUPER SR: 1. Clark Munger (Hsq); 2. Douglass Rinehart (KTM); 3. Daniel Ford (Yam); 4. Ronald Bohn (KTM); 5. Norm Into (Hon).

B 200: 1. Hunter Ayers (Yam); 2. Nick Fisher (KTM); 3. Jacob McManis (Kaw); 4. Jason Lipscomb (GG); 5. Bernard Evans (Kaw).

B 250: 1. Garrett Coe (Kaw); 2. Jared Sabo (Kaw); 3. Matt Kemp (KTM); 4. Kyle Jolly (KTM); 5. Logan Mullins (Hon).

B OPEN: 1. Jordan Collins (KTM); 2. Aaron Cooney (KTM); 3. Thomas Wildenauer II (KTM); 4. Travis Jarvis (KTM); 5. Adam Clark (KTM).

B VET: 1. Mike Copsey (KTM); 2. Jesse Short (Hon); 3. Jade Smith (KTM); 4. Trent Gardner (KTM); 5. Jason Mock (Yam).

B SR: 1. Mark Pendeville (Hbg); 2. Chris Ray (Yam); 3. Arturo Garza (KTM); 4. Aaron Risden (KTM); 5. Miguel Morales (KTM).

B SUPER SR: 1. Ron Valdman (KTM); 2. Edward Morra Jr. (Yam); 3. Mark Randolph (Hsq); 4. Mike Agnello (KTM); 5. James Copsey (KTM).

C OPEN: 1. Wayne Farnsworth (KTM); 2. Brandon Ghearing (KTM); 3. Kristoffer Reeves (KTM); 4. Scott Clayton (Hsq); 5. Hans Raidel (KTM).

C SCHOOL: 1. Alex Exline (KTM); 2. Michael McManis (KTM).

MASTERS: 1. Gary Spencer (KTM).

SPORT: 1. John Addington (Hon).

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