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Williams, Nitsch Carve Out Perfect Scores at Broome-Tioga

| 28 July 2015 2:49 pm

CNYMRA/AMA District 3 Championship Series Points Race
Broome-Tioga Sports Center

Story by Jim Sanderson
Photos by jimsandersonphoto.com
BINGHAMTON, NY, JULY 19, 2015

Hurd Motorsports, promoters of the Broome-Tioga Sports Center, hosted their third CNYMRA/ AMA District 3 motocross race of the season on Sunday, July 19, under mostly sunny skies, with high humidity and a predicted high over the 90-degree mark. The heat, humidity and breeze made keeping the track surface watered a continuous chore for the Broome-Tioga track crew, who crew had to man the hoses by the fifth moto and continued to water the course throughout the day, doing all they could to keep the dust down and the visibility high.

Brad Williams (306) leads Colby Davis (1Y), Rico Lucio (partially hidden behind Davis), Jacob Henry (515), Dylan Bikawsky (73) and the rest of the pack at the start of the first Open Mini (10-16) moto.

Brad Williams (306) leads Colby Davis (1Y), Rico Lucio (partially hidden behind Davis), Jacob Henry (515), Dylan Bikawsky (73) and the rest of the pack at the start of the first Open Mini (10-16) moto.

Brad Williams, Colby Davis, Rico Lucio, Jacob Henry and Dylan Bikawsky led the start of the first Open Mini (10-16) moto. After 2 ½ laps, Williams had a nine-second lead, and the top five had begun to spread out; the order remained unchanged.

Williams continued to pull away, and he had increased his lead to 12 seconds after 3 ½ laps. Williams increased his lead to 16 seconds on lap four and took the checkered flag with 20-second lead. Davis, Lucio, Henry and Bikawsky rounded out the top five.

Brad Williams (306) leads the first Open Mini (10-16) moto, which he won easily, taking the checkered flag with a 20-second lead.

Brad Williams (306) leads the first Open Mini (10-16) moto, which he won easily, taking the checkered flag with a 20-second lead.

Williams, Davis, Lucio, Henry and Hayden Flesler led the start of the final Open Mini (10-16) moto. Once again, Williams quickly began to pull away. Davis, Lucio, Joey Argus and Henry rounded out the top five.

Brad Williams (306) leads Colby Davis (1y), Rico Lucio (581) and Jacob Henry (515) in the final Open Mini (10-16) moto.

Brad Williams (306) leads Colby Davis (1y), Rico Lucio (581) and Jacob Henry (515) in the final Open Mini (10-16) moto.

Williams started the second lap with an eight-second lead over Davis, in second. Lucio remained third. Henry caught and passed Argus, taking fourth; Argus was relegated to fifth.

Williams consistently kept adding seconds to his lead with each passing lap and started lap three with an 18-second lead, which increased to 25 seconds on the white-flag lap. He took the checkers for the win with a whopping 30-second advantage! Davis, Lucio, Henry and Argus completed the top five.

Joey Argus (132) and Dylan Bikawsky (73) battle for fifth in the final Open Mini (10-16) moto.

Joey Argus (132) and Dylan Bikawsky (73) battle for fifth in the final Open Mini (10-16) moto.

Williams topped the Open Mini (10-16) podium with a perfect 1-1 score. Davis’ consistent 2-2 rides earned him the runner-up tier, and Lucio (3-3) was third.

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Henry, Lucio, Ryan Neidhort, Holden Maslin and Kyle Ovitt led the start of the first Mini (9-11) moto. When the leaders descended the hill, Hunter Nitsch had taken the lead, and he was followed by Neidhort, Lucio, Ovitt and Eric Warner.

Jacob Henry (515) nails the holeshot in the first Mini (9-11) moto, followed by Rico Lucio (581) and Ryan Neidhort (111).

Jacob Henry (515) nails the holeshot in the first Mini (9-11) moto, followed by Rico Lucio (581) and Ryan Neidhort (111).

Rico Lucio (581) and Jacob Henry (515) battle for the lead out of the second turn on the opening lap of the first Mini (9-11) moto.

Rico Lucio (581) and Jacob Henry (515) battle for the lead out of the second turn on the opening lap of the first Mini (9-11) moto.

Nitsch, clearly in a class all his own, had a 15-second lead after 2 1/2 laps. Neidhort, Lucio, Brogan Winton and Eric Warner rounded out the top five.

Ryan Neidhort (111), Rico Lucio (behind Neidhort) and Jacob Henry (515) battle for second, third and fourth early in the first Mini (9-11) moto.

Ryan Neidhort (111), Rico Lucio (behind Neidhort) and Jacob Henry (515) battle for second, third and fourth early in the first Mini (9-11) moto.

Nitsch continued to increase his lead and started the third lap with a 21-second cushion. Neidhort remained in second when Lucio crashed on the big double that leads into the front rhythm section. Henry inherited third, Winton fourth and Warner fifth. Lucio was okay, but he pulled off the racecourse to regroup for the second moto.

Nitsch continued pulling away and started the white-flag lap with a 30-second lead, which finally topped out at 35 seconds at the checkered flag. Neidhort, Henry, Winton and Warner closed out the top five.

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Nitsch, Lucio, Henry, Neidhort and Winton led the start of the final Mini (9-11) moto. Once again, Nitsch quickly began to pull away, and he started the second lap with a three-second lead. Lucio, Henry, Neidhort and Winton rounded out the top five.

Hunter Nitsch (713), Rico Lucio (581) and Jacob Henry (515) at the start of the final Mini (9-11) moto.

Hunter Nitsch (713), Rico Lucio (581) and Jacob Henry (515) at the start of the final Mini (9-11) moto.

Nitsch’s lead increased to six seconds after 2 ½ laps, and it was 13 seconds on lap three, 17 seconds at the white flag, and 19 seconds at the checkers. Lucio, Henry, Neidhort and Winton completed the top five.

Nitsch topped the Mini (9-11) podium with a perfect 1-1 score. Henry (3-3) took second and Neidhort (2-4) completed the Mini (9-11) rostrum.

Broome-Tioga Sports Center
Binghamton, New York
Results: July 19, 2015

50 (4-6): 1. Deagan Capobianco (Hon).

50 (7-8): 1. Garret Winton (Cob); 2. Tomek Jusiadiec (KTM).

65 (7-9): 1. Garret Winton (Cob); 2. Jimmy Argus (KTM); 3. Tomek Jusiadiec (KTM); 4. Holden Maslin (Kaw); 5. Logan Forward (KTM).

65 (10-11): 1. Hunter Nitsch (KTM); 2. Ryan Neidhort (Kaw).

MINI (9-11): 1. Hunter Nitsch (KTM); 2. Jacob Henry (Kaw); 3. Ryan Neidhort (Kaw); 4. Brogan Winton (Kaw); 5. Eric Warner (Kaw).

85 (12-15): 1. Colby Davis (KTM); 2. Dylan Bikawsky (Kaw); 3. Hayden Flesler (Kaw); 4. Jacob Slabe (Kaw); 5. Codi Russell (KTM).

OPEN MINI (10-16): 1. Brad Williams (Cob); 2. Colby Davis (KTM); 3. Rico Lucio (Cob); 4. Jacob Henry (Kaw); 5. Hayden Flesler (Kaw).

125 2-STROKE: 1. Michael Compagni (KTM); 2. Scott Hughes (Yam); 3. Joey Noack (Yam).

250 BEG: 1. Drew Gardner (Suz); 2. Troy Gardner (Suz); 3. Jacob Zweifel (Kaw); 4. Garrett Wilson (Hon); 5. Michael Smith (Suz).

250 NOV: 1. William Thierfelder (Suz); 2. Jim McBain (KTM); 3. Maverick Gelatt (Hon); 4. Justin Kelly (Kaw); 5. Scott Hughes (Yam).

250 AM: 1. Kodey Dean (Hon); 2. Brinden Lord (Yam); 3. Dylan Seymour (Hon); 4. Shayne Winton (Kaw).

250 EX: 1. Sean Ballard (Hon); 2. James Doolittle (Suz); 3. Peter Schachtler (Yam); 4. Marshall Hurd (Suz); 5. Corey Sterling (Hon).

OPEN BEG: 1. Jacob Zweifel (Kaw); 2. Garrett Wilson (Hon); 3. Robbie Dorman (Hon); 4. Joseph Saunders (Kaw).

OPEN NOV: 1. Ryan Van Epps (KTM); 2. Brad Miller (Yam); 3. William Thierfelder (Suz); 4. Jensen Gilroy (Hon); 5. Ducati Bowers (Kaw).

OPEN AM: 1. Kodey Dean (Hon); 2. Michael Bluy (Hon); 3. Shayne Winton (Kaw); 4. Sean O’Grady (KTM); 5. John Roys (Hon).

OPEN EX: 1. James Doolittle (Suz); 2. Sean Ballard (Hon); 3. Peter Schachtler (Yam); 4. Marshall Hurd (Suz); 5. Michael Kenyon (Yam).

WOMEN 85-250: 1. Marisa Chandler (Hon); 2. Hannah Heinecke (Hon).

SCHOOLBOY (12-16): 1. Brinden Lord (Yam); 2. Michael Compagni (KTM); 3. Brad Williams (Cob).

COLLEGEBOY (14-24): 1. T.J. Richardson (Suz); 2. John Roys (Hon); 3. Michael Kenyon (Kaw); 4. Ducati Bowers (Kaw).

25+ NOV/AM: 1. Sean O’Grady (KTM); 2. Andrew Tripple (Kaw); 3. Adam Tilbe (Kaw); 4. Mike Croft (Yam); 5. John Gowing (Kaw).

25+ EX: 1. Marshall Hurd (Suz); 2. Brent Seymour (Yam).

30+ NOV: 1. Dennis Jacobs (KTM); 2. Perry Clark (Kaw); 3. Randy Ovitt (Yam).

30+ AM: 1. Tom Tressler (Kaw); 2. Gordon Doane (Kaw).

30+ EX: 1. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 2. Brent Seymour (Yam); 3. Grant Gasstrom (Yam).

40+ NOV/AM: 1. Chris Snow (Hon); 2. Jeff Cook (Hon); 3. Gordon Doane (Kaw); 4. Jerry Roys (Hon).

40+ EX: 1. Darryl Smith (Kaw); 2. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 3. Brent Seymour (Yam); 4. Grant Gasstrom (Yam); 5. James Demko (KTM).

45+ NOV/AM: 1. Jon O’Herien (Hon); 2. Jeff Cook (Hon); 3. Jeff Briscoe (KTM); 4. Jerry Roys (Hon); 5. Jeff Shepardson (Kaw).

45+ EX: 1. Darryl Smith (Kaw); 2. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 3. James Demko (KTM); 4. Jeffrey Martin (Hon).

50+: 1. Gene Nighman (Kaw); 2. Alex Collioud (Yam); 3. Jeffrey Martin (Hon); 4. David Conklin (Hon); 5. Stanley Pawlikowski (Hon).

VINTAGE: 1. Jon O’Herien (Hon).

MINI QUAD 51-90 PRODUCTION: 1. Andrew Lindsley (DDR); 2. Kiara Eaton (Ape); 3. Gage Larsen (Hon); 4. Agostino Abbatiello (Pls); 5. Jayden Staats (Yam).

QUAD NOV: 1. Tommy Edwards (KTM); 2. Mathew Gumaer (Hon); 3. Kenny Gumaer (Hon); 4. David Gullen (Suz); 5. Brandon Avery (Hon).

QUAD AM: 1. Adam Briggs (KTM); 2. Wyatt Hoffman (Yam); 3. Zach Drew (Yam).

QUAD EX: 1. Chris Davis (Hon); 2. Jeremiah Birdsall (Hon); 3. David Kowell (Yam); 4. Terry La Breck II (Yam).

QUAD SCHOOLBOY (12-16): 1. Brooke Ouderkirk (Hon).

QUAD 30+: 1. David Kowell (Yam); 2. Matt Avery (Hon); 3. Jacob Tripple (Hon).

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