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| 12 July 2015 4:20 pm

SCFTA Southern California Flat Track Association Championship Series
Rounds 5-6: Perris Raceway

Story and Photos by Rodney Rutherford
PERRIS, CA, JUNE 20-21, 2015

In his first year of SCFTA racing, Jasper Heathfield (713) is catching on: He placed second in the 50cc Four-Stroke Beginner main event on both days.

In his first year of SCFTA racing, Jasper Heathfield (713) is catching on: He placed second in the 50cc Four-Stroke Beginner main event on both days.

The Southern California Flat Track Association scraped into round five of its 12-round series on a warm Saturday evening. This was the first race of the second weekend doubleheader of the year, with round six on Sunday making up for the postponed round one. This report will be a summary of both rounds, as there were more than 160 entries at round five and more than 110 entries on Sunday, despite the heat, which hovered in the high 90s.

Now – let’s slide it out!

Cole Ayers raced in a very fast class, the 50cc Four-Stroke Amateur class – against mini fury Travis Horn. Ayers upped his game for a short-lived battle against Travis Horn on Sunday. Although he faded, he showed that with a bit more work he will soon be factor to be dealt with. Horn was on his game, as usual, powering his Suzuki to wins in the 50cc Four-Stroke Amateur and 65-70cc Open classes on Saturday night and at the Sunday event as well. Ayers placed second on both days in the 50cc Four-Stroke Amateur class. He was also third in the 65cc-70 Open contest on Saturday and second on the following day.

Cole Ayers (16) at the SCFTA weekend doubleheader.

Cole Ayers (16) at the SCFTA weekend doubleheader.

Cole Ayers (16) gives Travis Horn (25) a glance as they race in close quarters.

Cole Ayers (16) gives Travis Horn (25) a glance as they race in close quarters.

In Sunday’s round six, Aidan Omelina and Cole Ayers skirmished in 50cc action. Omelina, with his head down and pushing the little bike to the maximum, ended up resting on the throne in the 50cc Four-Stroke Beginner class after winning the main event on both days.

Aidan Omelina (36) and Cole Ayers (16) racing out of turn four.

Aidan Omelina (36) and Cole Ayers (16) racing out of turn four.

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A 50cc Novice racer, Rachel Schnakenberg, was doing her thing on Sunday, sitting in third overall and first in class in an inter-class main event. Main-event leader Colin Petton went down, and an excited Aidan Omelina moved into the lead.

Rachel Schnakenberg (5) at speed on Sunday at Perris Raceway.

Rachel Schnakenberg (5) at speed on Sunday at Perris Raceway.

Unfortunately, on the last turn of the last lap, Omelina slid out and hit the dirt. Schnakenberg, running her little Yamaha PW50, passed the two fallen racers and then stayed consistent. Miss Schnakenberg illustrated the adage “just finish and things will work out” – and work out it did for her, with the class victory and the overall main-event win.

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Through this season, Tanner Richey and Travis Horn have been the show-within-a-show: At daredevil speeds, the two have raced with contact, but they have kept it clean. With his two 65cc Open wins on these two successive days, Horn was on top of the hill this time. Richey placed second to Horn on Saturday in the 65cc Open outing. Richey also won the 85cc Two-Stroke Novice contest on both days.

Tanner Richey (13) and Travis Horn (25) in 65cc Open action.

Tanner Richey (13) and Travis Horn (25) in 65cc Open action.

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Conner Hickerson and Jeremiah Krueger duel in the 85cc 4-Stroke Beginner class. Krueger rode well on Saturday against Conner Hickerson for the win.

Conner Hickerson (45) and Jeremiah Krueger (35), each looking for an advantage over the other.

Conner Hickerson (45) and Jeremiah Krueger (35), each looking for an advantage over the other.

Hickerson came back strong on Sunday for wins in the 85cc Two-Stroke Beginner and 85cc Four-Stroke Beginner classes.

Conner Hickerson (45) and Jake Mitchell (3) sliding in unison in the 85cc Four-Stroke Beginner contest.

Conner Hickerson (45) and Jake Mitchell (3) sliding in unison in the 85cc Four-Stroke Beginner contest.

Mini wildcat Sierra Hickerson kept the rest of the racers honest and had several close battles throughout the weekend. Winning the 65cc Four-Stroke Beginner contest on both days, she put the icing on her weekend with a third-place finish in the 65-70cc Open class on Sunday.

Sierra Hickerson (3) topped the 65cc Four-Stroke Beginner class at both rounds.

Sierra Hickerson (3) topped the 65cc Four-Stroke Beginner class at both rounds.

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Waiting for their race are Jaycee Jones (33), Monica Gil (00) and Jeanette Griggs (31).

Waiting for their race are Jaycee Jones (33), Monica Gil (00) and Jeanette Griggs (31).

Shouldering herself into second, behind leader Alyssa Flores, on lap three of the Women’s race, Melissa Paris took advantage of a bobble on the part of Flores and was in the lead by lap four. Paris secured the win two laps later. Flores came in second, and Monica Gil stepped up with a third-place showing.

Alyssa Flores #53, Jeanette Griggs #31, and Jaycee Jones #33 running first through third, respectively, in the late stages of the Women’s contest.

Alyssa Flores #53, Jeanette Griggs #31, and Jaycee Jones #33 running first through third, respectively, in the late stages of the Women’s contest.

Flores continues to push her pace; after her runner-up showing in the Women’s class on Saturday, she came back for the win on Sunday. Flores now has the series points lead in the Women’s class.

Jeanette Griggs (31) blocks the inside line from Alyssa Flores (53) in the battle for first in the Women’s class on Sunday.

Jeanette Griggs (31) blocks the inside line from Alyssa Flores (53) in the battle for first in the Women’s class on Sunday.

Melissa Paris also placed sixth in the Open Novice A main event.

Melissa Paris (413), Joel Tarquin (21) and Travis Friedrich (26) skirmish at the front of one of Saturday’s Open Novice heat races.

Melissa Paris (413), Joel Tarquin (21) and Travis Friedrich (26) skirmish at the front of one of Saturday’s Open Novice heat races.

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Dee Kilroy (24D) leads Joel Manthis (17D) in Open Beginner competition.

Dee Kilroy (24D) leads Joel Manthis (17D) in Open Beginner competition.

Matt Spiwak had an excellent weekend, winning the Men’s Four-Stroke class on both days. Brad Rudy was second in both rounds.

Paul Claybaugh (13R), Matt Spiwak (22) and Brad Rudy (19R) get under way in Men’s Four-Stroke action.

Paul Claybaugh (13R), Matt Spiwak (22) and Brad Rudy (19R) get under way in Men’s Four-Stroke action.

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In Vet action, Matt Spiwak rode to back-to-back wins for the weekend in the Vet Over 35 Novice class. Rich Hanson beat his brother Scott Hanson for the second day in a row in the Vet Over 35 Amateur class; Scott was second on both days.

Rich Hanson (27), Donnie Moore (37), Matt Spiwak (22) and Scott Hanson (44) race in an interclass heat.

Rich Hanson (27), Donnie Moore (37), Matt Spiwak (22) and Scott Hanson (44) race in an interclass heat.

Apparently celebrating the Chicago Blackhawks’ 2015 Stanley Cup Title, Jim Bandelin is flying the Blackhawks’ colors on his way to third in the Over 35 Novice class at Saturday night’s round five.

Apparently celebrating the Chicago Blackhawks’ 2015 Stanley Cup Title, Jim Bandelin is flying the Blackhawks’ colors on his way to third in the Over 35 Novice class at Saturday night’s round five.

Arnie Fry at the start of the Senior Vet Over 50 Novice contest. Fry won the class on both days, and then doubled up for the win at both rounds in the Open Beginner class to top off a good weekend of winning.

Arnie Fry at the start of the Senior Vet Over 50 Novice contest. Fry won the class on both days, and then doubled up for the win at both rounds in the Open Beginner class to top off a good weekend of winning.

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Steele Friedrich and Brad Rudy have started to become the big show in the SCFTA Senior Vet Over 50 Amateur class. At round five, Rudy made a late-race pass on Friedrich for the win. Friedrich came in second.

Steele Friedrich (26) and Brad Rudy (19R) racing hard for the win in the Senior Vet Over 50 Amateur class.

Steele Friedrich (26) and Brad Rudy (19R) racing hard for the win in the Senior Vet Over 50 Amateur class.

Racing for the lead once again on Sunday, Friedrich was executing his maneuvers as well as he could to keep the testy Rudy behind him. On the last lap, another racer went down at the exit of turn two, bringing out the yellow flag with the pack leaders approaching fast. In the heat of the mix, Friedrich passed on the outside of the fallen racer, with Rudy taking the inside and, in the balance, passing Friedrich for the lead. Controversy over Rudy’s pass under the yellow flag has rekindled debate and, hopefully, a clarification of the rules. Friedrich came in for second. Tim Watters finished up in third for this round-six race.

Jeff Lessley (12E) and Joe Steffen (6) slide in the first and second positions, respectively, in the Vet Over 50 Expert contest on Saturday. Lessley is riding a 1972 Suzuki 500 Titan, which he also flew to the win in the Super Senior Over 60 main at round five.

Jeff Lessley (12E) and Joe Steffen (6) slide in the first and second positions, respectively, in the Vet Over 50 Expert contest on Saturday. Lessley is riding a 1972 Suzuki 500 Titan, which he also flew to the win in the Super Senior Over 60 main at round five.

Ron Moore (37) is on his way to winning Sunday’s Premier Senior Over 70 contest. Dan Kane (110) won the Super Senior Over 60 clash on Sunday.

Ron Moore (37) is on his way to winning Sunday’s Premier Senior Over 70 contest. Dan Kane (110) won the Super Senior Over 60 clash on Sunday.

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After finishing second the night before, Monty Watowa (74D) took well to the heat of the day, winning Sunday’s Bomber main Josh Mills (88) came in third.

After finishing second the night before, Monty Watowa (74D) took well to the heat of the day, winning Sunday’s Bomber main Josh Mills (88) came in third.

Pete Lawson (7A) was chased by the relentless Tim Watters in Saturday night’s Amateur Bomber class, but he kept the bike in the open air for the main-event win.

Pete Lawson (7A) was chased by the relentless Tim Watters in Saturday night’s Amateur Bomber class, but he kept the bike in the open air for the main-event win.

Danny Perkins and Jim Lundgren broke out the speed in Sunday’s Bomber Expert contest. After finishing second on Saturday night, Perkins brought home the class win on Sunday. Lundgren rode to a second-place finish.

Danny Perkins (89) and Jim Lundgren (70) duel in the Bomber Expert class.

Danny Perkins (89) and Jim Lundgren (70) duel in the Bomber Expert class.

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Tom Ferguson typically rules the Vintage ranks, but Joe Pape is starting to answer the bell. Ferguson won both rounds in the Classic Vintage 500-750cc class. Pape stayed on Ferguson’s heels in Sunday’s main event for the second-place spot on his brakeless 1968 T-100 Triumph.

Classic Vintage racing with Tom Ferguson (95), Joe Pape (75) and Jim Ottele (58Y).

Classic Vintage racing with Tom Ferguson (95), Joe Pape (75) and Jim Ottele (58Y).

Travis Petton IV won all four of his class heat races on Sunday, so his dad decided to have him start on the back line in the 85cc classes for the main event. Petton came from the back and passed Frank Flores for the win in Sunday’s 85cc Two-Stroke Amateur contest.

Flores was having none of it in the 85cc Open class. Laying down some effective lap and line management with the early lead, Flores maintained a wide cushion all the way to the checkers for the class win. Petton was second.

Travis Petton IV (82) at speed.

Travis Petton IV (82) at speed.

Racing in four classes on Sunday, Petton won the Open Amateur class and was second in the 250cc Youth Open class.

Round six’s 250cc Youth Open Main gets under way, with James Ott (12), Justin Hanson (23) and Travis Petton IV (82). Ott won both 250cc Youth Open mains on this doubleheader weekend. Petton was runner-up both times out.

Round six’s 250cc Youth Open Main gets under way, with James Ott (12), Justin Hanson (23) and Travis Petton IV (82). Ott won both 250cc Youth Open mains on this doubleheader weekend. Petton was runner-up both times out.

In the previous night’s activities, Petton won both 85cc classes and the Open Amateur class, and he was second in the 250cc Youth Open class.

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Matt Spiwak shot off the line in the Open Novice main, ahead of Andrew Meyers, Gabriel Alvarez and the rest of the pack. Spiwak went on to garner the victory. In case you have not been counting, at this point Spiwak had four class wins over the weekend – so far. He made it six wins for the weekend with the main-event victories in the Open Novice class on both days.

Matt Spiwak (22) shoots off the line in the Open Novice main, ahead of Andrew Meyers (346) and Gabriel Alvarez (33G).

Matt Spiwak (22) shoots off the line in the Open Novice main, ahead of Andrew Meyers (346) and Gabriel Alvarez (33G).

Brian Bell raced in for a hard-earned win in the Open Novice B main.

Brian Bell raced in for a hard-earned win in the Open Novice B main.

Jimmy Gillen sat out the 2014 season with a knee injury, but now he is back in full form. Racing in the newly formed Open Expert class, Gillen rode to a second-place finish on Saturday and then won the Open Expert main on Sunday. Racing a big bike for the first year, Ott has caught on quick: Pointing out of the Open Amateur class, he is now racing in the Open Expert class, and he placed third at round five and second at round six.

G and G Racing’s Jimmy Gillen (22) and Kawasaki of Simi Valley’s James Ott (12) scramble for position in Saturday’s Open Expert heat race.

G and G Racing’s Jimmy Gillen (22) and Kawasaki of Simi Valley’s James Ott (12) scramble for position in Saturday’s Open Expert heat race.

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Jace Callison and Alex Crosby launched off the chalk and battled into turn two on lap one of the Open Unclassified contest. Crosby plowed his way into the lead soon after, and then took it home for the Saturday night class win. Jimmy Gillen was second, James Ott was third, Callison managed to hang on for fourth, and Chad Foster finished fifth.

Jace Callison (112) and Alex Crosby (198) lead the Open Unclassified charge on Saturday night.

Jace Callison (112) and Alex Crosby (198) lead the Open Unclassified charge on Saturday night.

Jeff Johnson led his Pro heat race on Saturday, chased by Colt Foster, Josh Hayes, Jeremy Toye and the rest of the pack. The fiftysomething Johnson raced sharp against the youngsters and led at the onset of the Pro main but was eventually ambushed by racers not even half his age. Toye has been racing regularly at the 2015 SCFTA races and was fourth in the Pro main, and Johnson finished fifth.

On Saturday, Jeff Johnson (87) leads his Pro heat race, with Chad Foster (198), Josh Hayes (41) and Jeremy Toye (57) giving chase.

On Saturday, Jeff Johnson (87) leads his Pro heat race, with Chad Foster (198), Josh Hayes (41) and Jeremy Toye (57) giving chase.

In the second of the two Pro heats, Jace Callison, John Vanderlaan, Colt Foster and Nick Gil did battle. Foster had the 20-lap Pro main-event lead pretty much all to his own, until Gil shimmied and jived his way to the front and we it became a sliding free-for-all!

Gil took the lead with less than two laps to go. Foster fought back and regained the lead – only to lose it as they approach the last turn on the last lap. Foster made a gassed-out pass on the inside at the checkers for the lead and the win. Gil was second and Vanderlaan third.

Jace Callison (112), John Vanderlaan (12Y), Colt Foster (84E) and Nick Gil (17R) battling side by side in the second of the two Pro heats.

Jace Callison (112), John Vanderlaan (12Y), Colt Foster (84E) and Nick Gil (17R) battling side by side in the second of the two Pro heats.

Race Tech’s Nick Gil is a definite threat each time he saddles up for a Pro main. Gil spurted out to the point position and led the first two laps of Sunday’s Pro main. However, he was soon overcome by the force of John Vanderlaan and surrendered the lead on lap three. He maintained the proper type of angular momentum to stay in second the rest of the way to the checkers for his second Pro second-place finish in a row.

Nick Gil (17R) was runner-up in the Pro class at both rounds.

Nick Gil (17R) was runner-up in the Pro class at both rounds.

John Vanderlaan has been a bit flustered in the SCFTA Pro class. Racing in his first complete SCFTA season, he was looking for his first 2015 SCFTA Pro-class won. The sliding gods were on his side at this event.

Behind Gil at the start, Vanderlaan made a screeching inside pass around the front stretch on lap four, moving past Gil and into the lead. He never looked back, despite riding with an injured right foot, and brought home the roses for his first SCFTA 2015 Pro main-event victory.

Vanderlaan thanked Race Tech, Southland Racing, and his dad, Bill Vanderlaan.

John Vanderlaan (12Y) topped Sunday’s Pro contest.

John Vanderlaan (12Y) topped Sunday’s Pro contest.

For a complete schedule, results, points standings, and racing information, please go to www.scftaracing.com.

Perris Raceway
Perris, California
Results: June 20-21, 2015 (Rounds 5 and 6)

Saturday, Round 5

50 2-STROKE BEG: 1. Levi Leutz; 2. Aidan Omelina.

50 2-STROKE NOV: 1. Rachel Schnakenberg.

50 2-STROKE AM: 1. Colin Petton; 2. Kage Tadman.

50 4-STROKE BEG: 1. Aidan Omelina; 2. Jasper Heathfield; 3. Gauge Modica.

50 4-STROKE AM: 1. Travis Horn; 2. Cole Ayers.

50 OPEN: 1. Kage Tadman; 2. Troy Alvarez.

65-70 2-STROKE BEG: 1. Colin Petton; 2. Aidan Omelina.

65 4-STROKE BEG: 1. Sierra Hickerson; 2. Isabella Mitchell.

65-70 OPEN: 1. Travis Horn; 2. Tanner Richey; 3. Cole Ayers; 4. Sierra Hickerson; 5. Isabella Mitchell.

85 2-STROKE BEG: 1. Tanner Richey; 2. Roslyn Kay; 3. Avery Modica; 4. Conner Hickerson.

85 2-STROKE AM: 1. Travis Petton IV; 2. Zaden Florez; 3. Frank Flores.

85 4-STROKE BEG: 1. Jeremiah Krueger; 2. Conner Hickerson; 3. Jake Mitchell.

85 4-STROKE NOV: 1. Brett Cooke; 2. Skylar Schnakenberg.

85 OPEN: 1. Travis Petton IV; 2. Zaden Florez; 3. Frank Flores; 4. Alyssa Flores; 5. Jake Mitchell; 6. Conner Hickerson; 7. Brett Cooke.

250 YOUTH OPEN: 1. James Ott; 2. Travis Petton IV; 3. Justin Hanson; 4. Alyssa Flores.

OPEN BEG: 1. Arnie Fry; 2. Andy Pappas; 3. Nick Garcia; 4. Justin Simons; 5. Dee Kilroy; 6. Joel Manthis.

OPEN NOV A MAIN: 1. Matt Spiwak; 2. Travis Friedrich; 3. Chris Anders; 4. Justin Hanson; 5. Gabe Alvarez; 6. Melissa Paris; 7. Matthew Ott; 8. Billy Katkov.

OPEN NOV B MAIN: 1. Brian Bell; 2. Matt Barney; 3. Monica Gil; 4. Joe Targuin; 5. Jeanette Griggs; 6. Jaycee Jones.

OPEN UNCLASSIFED: 1. Alex Crosby; 2. Jimmy Gillen; 3. James Ott; 4. Jace Callison; 5. Chad Foster; 6. Evan Markus; 7. L.J. Gronek; 8. Jim Bandelin; 9. Matt Ott.

OPEN AM: 1. Travis Petton Jr.; 2. Evan Markus; 3. L.J. Gronek; 4. Robert Stettler; 5. Scott Hanson.

OPEN EX: 1. Alex Crosby; 2. Jimmy Gillen; 3. James Ott; 4. Joel Kath.

PRO: 1. Colt Foster; 2. Nick Gil; 3. John Vanderlaan; 4. Jeremy Toye; 5. Jeff Johnson; 6. Chad Foster; 7. Paul Ott; 8. Jace Callison.

WOMEN POWDER PUFF: 1. Melissa Paris; 2. Alyssa Flores; 3. Monica Gil; 4. Jaycee Jones; 5. Jeanette Griggs; 6. Dee Kilroy; 7. Tami Greenhill; 8. Jen Dunstun; 9. Liana Vitalie.

MEN 4-STROKE: 1. Matt Spiwak; 2. Brad Rudy; 3. Alex Dunstan; 4. Beau Nilsson; 5. Julian Heppenkausen.

BOMBER NOV: 1. Josh Mills; 2. Monty Watowa; 3. Brian Bell.

BOMBER AM: 1. Pete Lawson; 2. Tim Watters; 3. Paul Claybaugh.

BOMBER EX: 1. Travis Petton Jr.; 2. Danny Perkins; 3. Ryan Gifford.

VET 35+ NOV: 1. Matt Spiwak; 2. Chris Anders; 3. Jim Bandelin; 4. Andrew Myers; 5. Donnie Moore.

VET 35+ AM: 1. Rich Hanson; 2. Scott Hanson.

VET 35+ EX: 1. Paul Ott; 2. Jeremy Toye; 3. Robert Bush; 4. Jim Rosa; 5. Josh Hayes; 6. Joel Kath.

SR VET 50+ NOV: 1. Arnie Fry; 2. Barney Stern; 3. Donnie Moore.

SR VET 50+ AM: 1. Brad Rudy; 2. Steele Friedrich; 3. Rolf Greenhill; 4. Robert Stettler; 5. Paul Claybaugh; 6. Bill Wright; 7. Larkin Wright; 8. Matt Barney.

SR VET 50+ EX: 1. Jeff Lessley; 2. Joe Steffen; 3. Jim Ottele.

SUPER SR 60+: 1. Jeff Lessley; 2. Dan Kane; 3. Ryan Gifford; 4. Paul Claybaugh.

PREMIER SR: 1. Ron Moore; 2. David Molitor; 3. Mike Brooks; 4. Allan Girdler.

HOOLIGAN: 1. Kaulin Nielsen; 2. Joel Targuin; 3. Travis Hayes.

VINTAGE 360 AM: 1. Kyle Lessley.

CLASSIC VINTAGE 500-750: 1. Tom Ferguson; 2. Jim Ottele; 3. Julian Heppenkausen.

Sunday, Round 6

50 2-STROKE BEG: 1. Aidan Omelina.

50 2-STROKE NOV: 1. Rachel Schnakenberg.

50 2-STROKE AM: 1. Colin Petton.

50 4-STROKE BEG: 1. Aidan Omelina; 2. Jasper Heathfield; 3. Gauge Modica; 4. Troy Alvarez.

50 4-STROKE AM: 1. Travis Horn; 2. Cole Ayers.

65-70 2-STROKE BEG: 1. Colin Petton.

65 4-STROKE BEG: 1. Sierra Hickerson; 2. Isabella Mitchell.

65-70 OPEN: 1. Travis Horn; 2. Cole Ayers; 3. Sierra Hickerson 4. Isabella Mitchell; 5. Tanner Richey.

85 2-STROKE BEG: 1. Conner Hickerson; 2. Tanner Richey; 3. Avery Modica.

85 2-STROKE NOV: 1. Zaden Florez.

85 2-STROKE AM: 1. Travis Petton IV; 2. Frank Flores.

85 4-STROKE BEG: 1. Conner Hickerson; 2. Roslyn Kay; 3. Jeremiah Krueger; 4. Jake Mitchell.

85 4-STROKE NOV: 1. Skylar Schnakenberg.

85 OPEN: 1. Frank Flores; 2, Travis Petton IV; 3. Alyssa Flores; 4. Conner Hickerson; 5. Jake Mitchell.

250 YOUTH OPEN: 1. James Ott; 2. Travis Petton IV; 3. Justin Hanson; 4. Alyssa Flores.

OPEN BEG: 1. Arnie Fry; 2. Andy Pappas; 3. Dee Kilroy; 4. Joel Manthis; 5. David Seminario.

OPEN NOV: 1. Matt Spiwak; 2. Justin Hanson; 3. Matt Ott; 4. Andrew Meyers; 5. Travis Friedrich; 6. Monica Gil; 7. Jeanette Griggs; 8. Jaycee Jones; 9. Gabriel Alvarez.

OPEN UNCLASSIFIED: 1. Jace Callison; 2. Alex Crosby; 3. James Ott; 4. L.J. Gronek; 5. Matt Ott; 6. Jimmy Gillen.

OPEN AM: 1. Travis Petton IV; 2. Jeremy Templeman; 3. Scott Hanson; 4. L.J. Gronek.

OPEN EX: 1. Jimmy Gillen; 2. James Ott; 3. Alex Crosby.

PRO: 1. John Vanderlaan; 2. Nick Gil; 3. Colt Foster; 4. Jace Callison.

WOMEN POWDER PUFF: 1. Alyssa Flores; 2. Jeanette Griggs; 3. Monica Gil; 4. Jaycee Jones; 5. Dee Kilroy.

MEN 4-STROKE: 1. Matt Spiwak; 2. Brad Rudy; 3. Paul Claybaugh.

BOMBER NOV: 1. Monty Watowa; 2. Ken Shilling; 3. Josh Mills; 4. Brian Bell.

BOMBER EX: 1. Danny Perkins; 2. Jim Lundgren; 3. Joe Steffen.

VET 35+ NOV: 1. Matt Spiwak; 2. Donnie Moore; 3. Andrew Myers.

VET 35+ AM: 1. Rich Hanson; 2. Scott Hanson.

VET 35+ EX: 1. Robert Bush.

SR VET 50+ NOV: 1. Arnie Fry; 2. Ken Shilling; 3. Barney Stern; 4. Donnie Moore; 5. Danny Manthis.

SR VET 50+ AM: 1. Brad Rudy; 2. Steele Friedrich; 3. Tim Watters; 4. Rolf Greenhill; 5. Larkin Wright; 6. Bill Wright; 7. Paul Claybaugh; 8. Robert Stettler.

SR VET 50+ EX: 1. Jim Rosa; 2. Joe Ottele; 3. Jim Lundgren; 4. Larry Earhart; 5. Joe Steffen.

SUPER SR 60+: 1. Dan Kane; 2. Paul Claybaugh.

PREMIER SR: 1. Ron Moore.

CLASSIC VINTAGE 500-750: 1. Tom Ferguson; 2. Joe Pape; 3. Jim Ottele.

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