Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Wednesday Notebook: December 13, 2017

Despite the fact that I already did my recap for the 2017 season it looks like I will add one more event to that list when Danny and I make the trip down to St. Louis on Friday for the Gateway Dirt Nationals. Last year I went down with the intention of taking in the whole weekend, but my mistake was being there for the Thursday afternoon and night/Friday morning qualifying fiasco and that caused me to make a change of plans to come back home and go to my wife's company Christmas party on Saturday night. Even with the nice recovery and the entertaining racing that then happened on Friday and Saturday I did not regret my decision because let's just say that my wife works with some very fun people!

This year the Dome race falls on the weekend of another traditional Christmas gathering that I would never want to miss, but when the Entry Lists came out they caught my interest and since the party is on Saturday all I needed was an accomplice to make the trip on Friday. So we will be there for one night only and here's hoping that this time the racing will hook me for the future rather than chasing me away. I am guessing that a portion of my ticket will go toward the lucrative payout?

For the past several years the PRI show in Indianapolis has been the place for most of the national racing series (World of Outlaws, Lucas Oil, All Stars, USMTS, USAC, etc.) to announce their schedules, but since all of them now seem to want to put them out earlier and earlier that was not the case last weekend. The one scheduling nugget that we did get was the UMP Summer Nationals slate that will open for the first time ever at the Peoria Speedway on Wednesday June 13th.

Instead the big news at PRI were the Late Model drivers declaring their national tour intentions topped perhaps by Mike Marlar's announcement that he will chase the World of Outlaws schedule in 2018. David Breazele, Brent Larson and Timothy Culp will join Marlar as Rookie of the Year contenders while Chase Junghans will also return to the Outlaws. And Brian Shirley will team up with G.R. Smith to go Outlaw racing as well. The Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series will have regional star Donald McIntosh chasing a national tour for the first time along with Floridian Kyle Bronson.

Bobby Pierce and the Dunn Benson Team remain a free agent at this point.

Meanwhile closer to home the Late Model scene had another big announcement when the Independence Motor Speedway dropped the IMCA sanction from the class and will adopt the new set of rules put forth by the Farley Speedway Promotions team. There were twelve Deery Brothers Summer Series events contested in 2017 and seven of them were contested at tracks that are now either switching to the new rules, or have their operational status totally up in the air right now. So, when you ask what this does to one of, if not the longest running regional racing series in the country, just do the math. The remaining IMCA sanctioned tracks will need to step up with perhaps two events each in order to have a true schedule.

In more IMCA news......The IMCA Modifieds will be added to the program at the Boone County Raceway in Nebraska next season.....The Heartland Motorsports Park dirt track in Topeka asked IMCA if they could switch their weekly race night from Sunday to Friday in 2018, however due to the effect that it would have on the Salina Speedway the request was denied. Management of HMP stated that while they respect the decision it will force them to "only host special events" at the track in 2018.

I know that it is too early for a New Years resolution, but I do have a wish for 2018. I hope that we stop giving race fans more reasons to stay home and enjoy the sport rather than going to their local track and buying a ticket. Otherwise the demise of weekly racing will only speed up.

In what I believe to be the first ever NFL touchdown to be scored by a Mount Pleasant High School graduate, offensive lineman Leonard Wester put up six for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday!

That's it for today, perhaps we will see you at the dome where I will be seated high above the Back Stretch!


Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Wednesday Notebook: December 6, 2017

Mark the date, Friday December 1st, 2017 as the day that the landscape for Late Model racing here in the state of Iowa forever changed. Will the Farley Speedway Promotions group move to adopt rules similar to what have been successful out in southeast Nebraska be a good thing, or will it further fracture the division in this region? That story remains to be seen.

I have commented several times here over the past year or so that we actually had six different Late Model classes in the region with most of them having rules that would either exclude the other five from running with them, or making it where the "others" would not be competitive. At first glance the FSP's goal is to make a level playing field where all of these Late Model classes (opens, spec engine, steel block, crates, etc.) can all compete at one event with a rules package that in theory makes them all equal. I have a hard time finding any issue with that. But with the FSP tracks now pulling out of IMCA that takes a big bite out of the sanctioning body's lineup of weekly tracks, plus half of the completed Deery Brothers Summer Series in 2017 were run at those tracks.

In the FSP press release it says "there will be three tracks minimum in our area on these rules by the 1st of the year. 2 tracks have committed, the 3rd one will do their own press release" and the assumption it seems is that the three tracks will be Farley, Dubuque and West Liberty. Wrong! That third track might just surprise you and you might just see that announcement made later today.

So is this the end of the road for the IMCA Late Models? I can only assume that the reason why IMCA was not willing to accept this kind of change is because of their long term relationship with Brodix, but a driver who chooses to keep his Late Model IMCA legal will still be able to race competitively under the FSP rules package as well as at the remaining IMCA tracks. But that obviously doesn't go the other way, and what of the Summer Series? There are already dates on the schedules for both 34 Raceway and Marshalltown, but unless those tracks as well as others step up to take on two shows each it will be hard to make a schedule with ten or more events, even more difficult when you consider that traditional weekends such as the Yankee will still have a Late Model special scheduled, just under different rules.

And then there is one more important item to ponder. Will FSP and IMCA be able to work together to continue to sanction the other divisions at Farley and Dubuque? And what about the "track to be named later"? It would be a difficult relationship to maintain but for the sake of the Modifieds, Stock Cars, Sport Mods and Hobby Stock drivers at those tracks I hope that they do not become collateral damage in all of this.

Speaking of 34 Raceway, shortly after the FSP announcement was made last Friday, the new owners Brad and Jessi started promoting that a big announcement would be made on Saturday in regard to a new special event to be held in September. Knowing that the two of them are huge Late Model fans I assumed that they would announce that they were going to host a race for the new rules package, but instead they made it a good day for Sprint Car fans in the area with the inaugural "Fall Haul". As the home track for the Shottenkirk.com Sprint Invaders 34 Raceway traditionally holds the Season Championship event on a Saturday night late in September. With the Fall Haul this now becomes a two night show paying $2,000-to-win and $300-to-start on Friday night and $3,400-to-win and $340-to-start on Saturday, both very healthy purses for the winged 360 Sprint Cars. A live band will play after the show on Friday and it should be a fun way to wrap up the season for both the Sprint Invaders and for 34 Raceway.

I wonder if a Late Model show using the FSP rules package might still be a possibility for 34 in 2018?

On to some other things....

About a month ago the Longdale Speedway in Oklahoma served notice that they were considering their options for 2018. The relatively new track was built shortly after the racing stopped in nearby Enid a few years back, but when Enid came roaring back this season with some very successful special events it put the hurt on Longdale. And this week, they made it official, Longdale will not open in 2018.

Silly season is hot and heavy in the world of big time Late Model racing as Bobby Pierce will pick up the ride in the Dunn Benson Motorsports car driven for many years by Earl Pearson Jr. The team has yet to declare which of the two national tours it will follow, perhaps making that announcement this coming weekend at the PRI show. It was also announced that Chris Madden will be driving the Barry Wright Racing house car in 2018. Look for more big announcements to come out of the PRI show this coming weekend.

Kyle Busch passed former Dirt Late Model driver Jeff Choquette in the closing laps to win his first Snowball Derby at the Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola on Sunday. It was reported that it was a "standing room only" crowd, but given how narrow their reserved seats are I would say that it is only standing room at all times at Five Flags.

A few weeks ago the Lake Ozark Speedway in Missouri announced that they would be racing two nights a week with the addition of the Racesaver 305 Sprint Car division. The track even put out a full schedule with more than forty race nights. But on Monday there was a message on Facebook asking the drivers for their opinions on what classes should run on what night. Originally the 305's and the A-Mods were to headline the Friday night action, but somebody must have told them that US 36 Raceway north of Kansas City had earlier announced that they too would be adding the Racesaver Sprints on Friday night and so now they were looking at things a bit differently. Good for them!

In my opinion, with the Callaway Raceway in Fulton no longer racing on Friday nights, it would make sense to run the A-Mods, B-Mods and the ULMA Late Models on Friday nights as you would then avoid the direct competition with the Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland for those drivers and fans as they race weekly on Saturdays. You could then have both your 360 Sprints and your 305's on Saturday nights giving those drivers in Missouri who build a Racesaver the opportunity to race two nights a weekend if they choose. At last check there were more than 45 comments on the Facebook post and most express the same thoughts, so we will see how it plays out. Either way I do hope to return to LOS for at least one show in 2018.

What is our sport coming to? One of the big "news" items this week was that Tony Stewart cussed out two bickering drivers on iRacing. I am embarrassed to say that I clicked on the link to actually listen to it.

Most of the world knew him as Gomer Pyle, but I will always remember Jim Nabors in this way.

That's it for today, I am looking forward to seeing what kind of interesting news comes out of the PRI show so make sure to check back into the Back Stretch next week!

Monday, December 4, 2017

Back Stretch 2017 Recap and Memories

After ironically attending exactly 66 race nights during each of the past three season I was able to eclipse that mark in 2017 by making it 71 shows. Nearly all of them were enjoyable with my season stretching from the first weekend in March all the way through the Sunday before Thanksgiving and while I am already looking forward to 2018 I am anticipating a reduction in my numbers for next year.

The 71 race nights came at 29 different tracks in seven different states with the Knoxville Raceway once again leading the way with eleven race nights. The Lee County Speedway in Donnellson was close behind with nine while I was at the Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa eight times. With the distinct possibility that there will be no weekly racing Osky in 2018 that is one of the reasons I am projecting fewer race nights.

I was at 34 Raceway in Burlington six times, the Quincy Raceways four times and I made three trips each to Vinton, Dubuque, West Liberty and Memphis, Missouri. The CJ Speedway in Columbus Junction was my only track with two visits while I also made one stop at each of the following: Davenport, Eldon, Britt, and Tipton in Iowa. Farmer City, East Moline, Knoxville, LaSalle, Granite City and Rockford in Illinois. Grain Valley, Winston and Springfield in Missouri. Beatrice and Eagle in Nebraska. Montpelier and Gas City in Indiana and Clarksville, Tennessee. The only "new to me" track that I visited in 2017 was "The Cage" the Atchison County Raceway in Atchison, Kansas.

At first I wanted to share with you the links to my five favorite events of the past season, but that proved to be too hard to narrow it down so it grew to being a Top Ten list for 2017. These are in chronological order and are not "ranked" per se, just the ten events that stood out the most to me after I read through the archives for 2017.

A show has to be pretty darn good to leave a favorable impression when the temperature is near freezing and my March trip to Beatrice did just that, aided perhaps by the disappointment that I had suffered the weekend before.

Controversy over the sanctioning body quietly pulling out and an inexperienced Crate driver who wanted to collect some easy tow money overshadowed what was another great night of racing at the Slocum 50. The 10th Annual Slocum 50 will now be an MLRA event and will be held on April 21st, hopefully without any threat from Mother Nature!

The Dubuque Speedway has long been one of my favorite tracks and the April Deery Brothers show was just another reason why. With the announcement from the Farley Speedway Promotions crew this past Friday one has to wonder if the Deery Series will be back again in 2018 at Dubuque, or anywhere.

How often can you say that the support classes stole the show? That was definitely the case when the MLRA brought their "new" group qualifying procedure to Donnellson for the first time in May and while the Late Models were a bit ho hum, the support classes saved the day. Word is that the MLRA will go back to their traditional passing points method of putting on a show in 2018, but I have not seen anything official on that yet. If they do, they won't need to have the support classes carry them again in May at LCS.

Start him the front or start him mid-pack, Justin Kay proved that he could win from anywhere when the Deery Brothers Summer Series Late Models and Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour Modifieds made their Tuesday night visit to West Liberty in June. There may be changes in the air for the IMCA Modifieds in 2018 as well with a "Dirt Knights" Tour perhaps replacing or enhancing the HDT.

As long as I am able to attend you can pretty much count on the Hogan Memorial being on this list each year as it brings together the "racing family" like no other event. And it doesn't hurt that the actual racing is usually phenomenal as well.

After having so much fun the Sunday before I went right back up to Vinton on July 9th for another spectacular night of short track racing.

Okay, so this next one is actually two nights of open wheel racing that are combined into one story. First it was perhaps the closest feature finish that I saw all season during the Sprint Invaders annual visit to the Cedar County Fair in Tipton and then it was a great father/son experience at the Valley Speedway just east of Kansas City.

This next one made the list just as much for the historical relevance that it might have as well as the controversy at the end of the night. Hopefully it was not the final Wednesday night of weekly racing at Oskaloosa.

And the tenth event on the list of my favorites for 2017 has an unfair advantage since I was in on the start of it back in 1999 and I was proud to promote it along with Terry and Jenni Hoenig for several years. This year Shiverfest was faced with a brutally cold weather forecast and while all but one of the other events in the region that were scheduled for that weekend canceled early, the Lee County Speedway pressed on and due to the tradition that this event still has 117 drivers came from near and far to compete. Here's hoping that LCS is rewarded with an unseasonably warm day for Shiverfest in 2018.

Trust me, paring down this list to just ten was not easy and there were probably at least forty other events that nearly made the cut and that is a good thing. It means that I had a great time going to the races and while change is in the air for 2018 around the region you can bet that there will still be plenty of action around the tracks!

Enjoy the offseason and make sure that you check in on the Back Stretch often through the winter months!

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Wednesday Notebook: November 29, 2017

Here's hoping that you had a safe and joyous Thanksgiving weekend! Our house was bustling as we were fortunate enough to have all six of our kids, yes I claim the two spouses and one significant other as my own, plus our three month old grandson in town. This is a treat that I know will not happen often so I will cherish it when I can.

Even with the long holiday weekend there was still some interesting news items from the world of short track racing and that flow of news should even ramp up a bit as the PRI show approaches in ten days, so let's get to the Notebook.

The lack of chit chat on social media following the Late Model rules meeting at the Farley Speedway last Wednesday night is actually refreshing. No need to rumor monger or spread false news when several items are left to be decided and it shows that those attending are not the type to hop online and do so. My source tells me that the meeting was well attended with around thirty-five current drivers on hand and that the discussion was thoughtful knowing that something needs to be done in order to keep the class alive in the area. Additional meetings have been, or will be held soon with a fair board and then with IMCA to determine what will happen in 2018 for the Farley Speedway Promotions tracks, and perhaps some others in the area as well. Stay tuned.

When I listened in to Track Talk with the Racin' Boys on Saturday I wasn't expecting anything too noteworthy as I figured that the primary discussion would be about the conclusion of the NASCAR season. Boy was I wrong! Racer turned track promoter Jon Boller called in as a guest to discuss the fact that his track, the US 36 Raceway in Osborn, Missouri, would be making the switch from USRA sanctioning to IMCA in 2018, a move that Boller said he will make "at the request of the majority of my drivers." Given the recent announcement that the IMCA Racesaver Sprint Cars would be added to the program at US 36 in 2018, the switch to IMCA for his Modifieds, Sport Mods and Stock Cars was not too big of a surprise.

The kicker to me though was what then followed as Boller also stated that he would be promoting races every other Saturday night at the old fairgrounds track in Bethany, Missouri, as well. "Being the only IMCA sanctioned track in Missouri I needed to give these guys another place to race", said Boller who has helped present the racing action at the annual Northwest Missouri State Fair in Bethany recently. The reason that this was such a surprise to me is due to the fact that during his inaugural season of promoting US 36 this past season, Boller appeared to be working closely with Mike Johnson and the I-35 Speedway near Winston. Now, on every other Saturday night, the two will be in direct competition for racers and fans as Bethany is just thirty miles up the road from the I-35 Speedway and frankly I do not see how both tracks can be successful at the same. I hope that I am wrong!

Given its proximity to an Iowa border, Bethany returns as an All Iowa Points paying track.

Two years ago the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson became the first track in Iowa to have crate motor Late Models and with a reported eighteen interested drivers at the meeting six months earlier the anticipation level was high. After the first two seasons though the car count has stagnated between eight and twelve and the racing action has suffered at times when dominating drivers nearly always started up front under the draw/redraw format. Where are those original eighteen or so drivers who had shown a significant interest in the class? A couple ran one or two nights and then disappeared while others never brought a car to the track. This past year I thought that having the division UMP sanctioned might help pull over some cars from central Illinois who might have wanted a Friday night choice for national points, but while it did help a couple of Lee County's more dominant drivers compete for a UMP National title, only a driver or two from traditional UMP country even tried out the track in Donnellson.

On Sunday a post on the Lee County Speedway Facebook page stated that if a driver had raced at the track in 2017 there would be nothing to change, but that there would be a few extra things allowed in 2018 to give more Late Models the opportunity to race at Donnellson in 2018. The first thing on the list is the one that I like the most and that is that lineups will be set using an average points invert system just like all of the other classes use at the speedway. Of course this means that the chances of being UMP sanctioned in 2018 are minimal as those drivers truly believe that the fast guys should start in front, and apparently the fans at those tracks have been brainwashed to accept that as well. The second is that all steel block motors will be legal using restrictors to be announced later and third is that the IMCA Late Models will be legal as they are, unless the sanctioning body makes the move to the Hoosier D55 tires at which time the track may add a restrictor or two to try to keep the playing field even for the Crates.

With the Quincy Raceways running the Crates every other weekend and with Donnellson allowing a mix of rules to compete, here's hoping that we finally do see some growth in this division in 2018.

The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series released its 2018 schedule on Tuesday and eastern Iowa fans will have two opportunities to see the series close to home during the month of July. On Friday July 6th they will roll into the Farley Speedway the night before heading up to Deer Creek for the annual Gopher 50. Then on Tuesday night July 24th the Outlaws return to the Davenport Speedway for the first time since 2007. It was not specified on the schedule release, but I am guessing that the action will be on the half-mile oval.

The two tracks currently promoted by Michael and Kim Daugherty are changing race nights for 2018 with the Daugherty Speedway in Boswell, Indiana, moving to Friday nights and the Kickapoo Speedway in Danville, Illinois, switching to Saturdays.

In case you haven't noticed the racing season starts earlier and ends later here in the upper Midwest. Yes, there has always been a renegade event such as the Spring Nationals at Beatrice that was two or three weeks earlier than any other event, or Shiverfest in Donnellson that in its early years was the last event of the season in the entire Midwest, often a full two weeks later than any other. That has changed now as we now have multiple races to choose from both early and late and you can add another one to that list of early season choices as the Crawford County Speedway in Denison, Iowa, has announced that it will open with the 2nd Annual Spring Fling on March 16th and 17th.

Dustin Mooneyham and his father Darrell, along with veteran driver Justin Wells are starting a budget minded Late Model series for the four-state region of Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma for 2018 and ironically they appear to have dubbed it the Cash Money Super Dirt Series. With rules that will ban air shocks, torsion bars and other costly parts the trio are hoping to get Late Models back to where they were back in the '90s with special events that would pay either $1,200 or $1,500 to win. The younger Mooneyham indicated that five tracks are currently on board including Monett, Springfield and Nevada in Missouri, Tri-State Speedway in Oklahoma and the Crawford County Speedway in Arkansas with others showing interest. These tracks would also adopt the series rules for their weekly Late Model racing.

The Mooneyhams are no strangers to running a Late Model series as Darrell was the owner of the MARS series before selling it after the 2016 season to a group out of Tennessee. Apparently there was not any mention of a "non-compete" clause in the terms of the sale, but then again after the bridges burned by the MARS series here in the Midwest this past season I doubt that they have tracks in Iowa, Illinois, or the four state region targeted by the CMSDS lining up to schedule races with them for 2018.

CMSDS.......really?

I recently had a lovely young lady tell me that she enjoys reading the Back Stretch because she likes how "snarky" I can be at times. Thanks for noticing Ellen!

A few years ago when I was asked by my friends at Dirt On Dirt to be one of thirty people who voted each week for their Dirt Late Model Drivers Top 25 Poll I developed a system that rewarded more points and positions based upon the winner's purse so that I could have what I felt would be a more scientific method of voting rather than just doing it by heart. So that is how the "Back Stretch National Dirt Late Model Points" came into being. For the past two years now the DOD staff of ten has done the poll internally, but out of habit I continued to tabulate the points and share them from time to time with you here. The problem with that though is that they take up quite a bit of my time, especially during the heart of the season, so I have decided that this will be one less thing that I do going forward. Not only will it give me more time to figure out how to actually present the Open Trailer Nationals, but it will also allow me to spend my time on Dirt On Dirt enjoying more of the great content and race videos that the site provides rather than just poring over race results.

So, even before the final Late Model races of the season are completed, for one last time here are the final 2017 Back Stretch National Dirt Late Model Points. Enjoy!

The "Back Stretch"
Dirt Late Model Points
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Brandon Sheppard New Berlin IL 273
2 . Brandon Overton Appling GA 192
3 . Tim McCreadie Watertown NY 190
4 . Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg TN 176
5 . Mike Marlar Winfield TN 166
6 . Chris Madden Gray Court SC 160
7 . Bobby Pierce Oakwood IL 148
8 . Josh Richards Shinnston WV 148
9 . Don O'Neal Martinsville IN 135
10 . Jimmy Owens Newport TN 129
11 . Darrell Lanigan Union KY 105
12 . Shane Clanton Locust Grove GA 96
13 . Jonathan Davenport Blairsville GA 93
14 . Dale McDowell Chickamauga GA 91
15 . Dennis Erb Jr. Carpentersville IL 91
16 . Devin Moran Dresden OH 88
17 . Shannon Babb Mowequa IL 85
18 . Billy Moyer Batesville AR 84
19 . Rick Eckert York PA 80
20 . Chris Simpson Marion IA 77
21 . Earl Pearson Jr. Jacksonville FL 70
22 . Gregg Satterlee Rochester Mills PA 69
23 . Ryan Unzicker El Paso IL 66
24 . Tyler Erb Magnolia TX 64
25 . Casey Roberts Toccoa GA 63
26 . Donald McIntosh Dawsonville GA 60
27 . Tyler Carpenter Parkersburg WV 59
28 . Brian Shirley Chatham IL 57
29 . Max Blair Centerville PA 57
30 . Zack Dohm Cross Lanes WV 57
31 . Don Shaw Ham Lake MN 55
32 . Dona Marcoullier Houghton Lake MI 52
33 . Billy Moyer Jr. Batesville AR 50
34 . Chris Ferguson Mount Holly NC 49
35 . Ross Bailes Clover SC 49
36 . Tanner English Benton KY 47
37 . Jimmy Mars Elk Mound WI 43
38 . Hudson O'Neal Martinsville IN 42
39 . Rusty Schlenk Jackson MI 41
40 . Kyle Bronson Brandon FL 40
41 . Michael Page Douglasville GA 39
42 . Jeff Rine Danville PA 37
43 . Dustin Mitchell Pine Level NC 35
44 . Jason Covert York Haven PA 34
45 . Austin Hubbard Seaford DE 33
46 . Brandon Thirlby Traverse City MI 33
47 . Frank Heckenast Jr. Orland Park IL 33
48 . Jason Feger Bloomington IL 33
49 . Jason Jameson Lawrenceburg IN 33
50 . Kyle Hardy Stephens City VA 33
51 . Ricky Weiss Winnipeg MAN 33
52 . Chad Becker Aberdeen SD 32
53 . Chub Frank Sugar Grove PA 32
54 . Eddie Carrier Jr. Salt Rock WV 32
55 . Justin Kay Wheatland IA 32
56 . Jared Miley South Park PA 31
57 . Eric Wells Hazard KY 30
58 . Rodney Sanders Happy TX 30
59 . Steve Casebolt Richmond IN 30
60 . David Breazeale Four Corners MS 29
61 . Eric Spangler Lake City MI 29
62 . Freddie Carpenter Parkersburg WV 28
63 . Shanon Buckingham Morristown TN 28
64 . Timothy Culp Sheridan AR 27
65 . Alex Ferree Saxonburg PA 26
66 . Dane Dacus Lakeland TN 26
67 . Jack Sullivan Greenbriar AR 26
68 . John Kaanta Eau Claire WI 26
69 . Mark Whitener Middleburg FL 26
70 . Riley Hickman Ooletwah TN 26
71 . Brent Larson Lake Elmo MN 25
72 . Chase Junghans Manhattan KS 25
73 . Jackie Boggs Grayson KY 25
74 . Jesse Stovall Galena MO 25
75 . A.J. Diemel Navarino WI 24
76 . Brian Rickman Columbus MS 24
77 . Chad Simpson Marion IA 24
78 . Michael Chilton Salvisa KY 24
79 . R.J. Conley Wheelersburg OH 24
80 . Terry Phillips Springfield MO 24
81 . Mason Zeigler Chalk Hill PA 22
82 . Ryan VanderVeen Six Lakes MI 22
83 . Tony Jackson Jr. Lebanon MO 22
84 . Travis Pennington Winston GA 22
85 . Trever Feathers Winchester VA 22
86 . Zack Mitchell Enoree SC 22
87 . Ben Watkins Rock Hill SC 21
88 . Cory Hedgecock Louden TN 21
89 . Dale Hollidge Mechanicsville MD 21
90 . David Payne Murphy NC 21
91 . Gordy Gundaker St. Charles MO 21
92 . Corey Conley Wellsburg WV 20
93 . Logan Martin West Plains MO 20
94 . Dennis Franklin Gaffney SC 19
95 . Russ King Bristol OH 19
96 . Vic Hill Mosheim TN 19
97 . Dakotah Knuckles Ewing VA 18
98 . Matt Ryan Davenport IA 18
99 . Tad Pospisil Norfolk NE 18
100 . Willie Milliken Leland NC 18
101 . Billy Drake Bloomington IL 17
102 . Clint Smith Senoia GA 17
103 . David McCoy Franklin NC 17
104 . Jared Hawkins Fairmount WV 17
105 . Johnny Pursley Clover SC 17
106 . Ronnie Johnson Chattanooga TN 17
107 . Dave Hess Jr. Waterford PA 16
108 . Jared Landers Batesville AR 16
109 . Morgan Bagley Longview TX 16
110 . Randy Timms Wheatland OK 16
111 . Rhett Carter Blackshear GA 16
112 . Austin Horton Grantsville GA 15
113 . Cody Mahoney Madison IN 15
114 . Devin Gilpin Columbus IN 15
115 . Kent Robinson Bloomington IN 15
116 . Matt Cosner Ridgely WV 15
117 . Scott Ward Watertown SD 15
118 . Terry English Benton KY 15
119 . Tim Manville Highland IL 15
120 . Kyle Berck Marquette NE 14
121 . Michael Brown Pageland SC 14
122 . Russell Erwin Beaverdam VA 14
123 . Steve Francis Ashland KY 14
124 . Chad Holladay Muscatine IA 13
125 . Coleby Frye Dover PA 13
126 . Doug Drown Wooster OH 13
127 . Garrett Alberson Las Cruces NM 13
128 . Jason Fitzgerald Jacksonville FL 13
129 . Jon Henry Ada OH 13
130 . Michael Norris Sarver PA 13
131 . Todd Cooney Des Moines IA 13
132 . Billy Rushton Hodges SC 12
133 . Bryan Bernheisel Lebanon PA 12
134 . Darrell Nelson Hermanton MN 12
135 . Jesse Sobbing Glenwood IA 12
136 . Michael Kloos Trenton IL 12
137 . Ricky Elliott Seaford DE 12
138 . Tyler Bruening Decorah IA 12
139 . Brandon Fouts Kite KY 11
140 . Daulton Wilson Fayetteville NC 11
141 . Jason Welshan Maryville TN 11
142 . Jeff Provinzino Hibbing MN 11
143 . Kenny Moreland Waldorf MD 11
144 . Kent Arment Aberdeen SD 11
145 . Kyle Beard Trumann AR 11
146 . Michael Lake Uniontown PA 11
147 . Payton Looney Republic MO 11
148 . Rich Neiser Fruitport MI 11
149 . Ross Robinson 11
150 . Steve Banal Lake Wylie SC 11
151 . Anthony White Clinton TN 10
152 . Bill Leighton Jr. Omaha NE 10
153 . Dan Angelicchio Greensburg PA 10
154 . David Seibers 10
155 . Devin Shiels Britton MI 10
156 . G.R. Smith Huntersville NC 10
157 . Gus Simpson 10
158 . Jeremiah Hurst Dubuque IA 10
159 . Joel Callahan Dubuque IA 10
160 . Mike George 10
161 . Mike Spatola Manhattan IL 10
162 . Ray Cook Brasstown NC 10
163 . Travis Stemler 10
164 . Tripp Gerrald 10
165 . Tyler Millwood Kingston GA 10
166 . Andrew Yoder Middleburg PA 9
167 . Chad Zobrist Highland IL 9
168 . Chris Combs Isom KY 9
169 . Darrel DeFrance Marshalltown IA 9
170 . Derek Doll Greenwood WV 9
171 . Devin Dixon Apollo Beach FL 9
172 . Dylan Yoder Selinsgrove PA 9
173 . Gene Knaub Dover PA 9
174 . Greg Oakes Franklinville NY 9
175 . Jason Croft Woodstock GA 9
176 . Jason Hiett Lincoln AL 9
177 . Jeep VanWormer Pinconning MI 9
178 . Joseph Brown Columbus GA 9
179 . Keith Barbara South Park PA 9
180 . Lance Hofer Cochrane WI 9
181 . Mike Prochnow Menomonie WI 9
182 . Rob Toland Hillsdale IL 9
183 . Shaun Sewell 9
184 . B.J. Robinson Blanchard LA 8
185 . Billy Ogle Jr. Knoxville TN 8
186 . Brian Ruhlman Clarklake MI 8
187 . Chad Hollenbeck Kingsley PA 8
188 . Christian Joyner 8
189 . Collen Winebarger 8
190 . Curt Gelling Aberdeen SD 8
191 . Dustin Strand Grand Forks ND 8
192 . Eddie King Jr. 8
193 . Eric Mass Rapid City SD 8
194 . Fito Gallardo Las Cruces NM 8
195 . Gary Stuhler Greencastle PA 8
196 . Jason Russell Eugene MO 8
197 . Jay Brendle Kingston IL 8
198 . Jesse Glenz Cadot WI 8
199 . Jimmy Johnson Danielsville GA 8
200 . Jon Mitchell Nash TX 8
201 . Lance Matthees Winona MN 8
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