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    July 4th and 5th 2014

  BOSS Wingless Sprints May 10th, July 26th

 OHIO DIRT BLOW OUT - Sept. 20th

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Attention Fans: Small coolers are allowed but NO glass bottles or NO Alcholic Beverages, NO Blankets or Plastic on the bleachers until after the gates open

• Track Record: RUSS KING holds the track record for Late Models at WCS with a lap of 16.737

In regards to the reserved parking in the pits. The spot is yours as long as you bring your race car, if you do not race the spot reverts back to WCS. Thanks



NAPA Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway officials announce updated alcohol policy for 2014 season

Written by Ryan Pearson.

(Orrville, Ohio) NAPA Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway proudly announces an updated alcohol policy for the 2014 season. WCS recently has secured a liquor permit from the State of Ohio that enables patrons to purchase and consume beer within premises of the race track.

“The past season we were educated that our alcohol policy was not in compliance with the state law and our fans were subjected to open container citations” Promoter Jason Flory said. “We wanted to get in compliance to the state law and not subject our fans to any enforcement actions.  By obtaining a permit and selling alcohol on the premises helps solve those issues” Flory continued.

For the upcoming 2014 season no one will be permitted to bring their own alcohol into the track. Final pricing and brands details are currently being worked out.

“The sole purpose of this is to operate within the law. Once officials explained that once a subject purchases a ticket it becomes a public event thus anyone with an open container is in violation of having an open container in public. We did not want our fans to have that liability” Flory stated. 

For additional information contact Jason Flory at 330-465-2365, or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. "> This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. For news, updates and schedule visit the Wayne County Speedway website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com . Wayne County Speedway is located nine miles east of Wooster or fifteen miles west of Massillon on US Route 30, then one mile north on North Carr Road

2014 Schedule Diversified

Written by Mike Swanger.


For Immediate Release

Orrville, Ohio

By Mike Swanger

Five different racing sanctioning groups will invade NAPA Wayne County Speedway in 2014 as the UNOH AllStar Sprints will have three nights of action while the BOSS Sprints and the OVSCA (Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association) each will be in action twice this season. The Renegades of Dirt Modifieds return for two shows while the RUSH Crate Late Models will make their first appearance ever at the 3/8 mile dirt oval. The ground pounding Late Models will have four races at NAPA WCS that will be tied together with four race nights at Attica Raceway Park making up the Late Model Challenge Series.

A practice day is scheduled for Saturday, April 19th from 11 am to 3 pm for all class’ of cars with pit admission at $10 while grandstand admission will be free. The first night of the season will be on Saturday, April 26th with Fan Appreciation Night with $10 general admission and $1 hot dogs as the Sprints, Late Models, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks and Mini Wedges will start their points season. A new track in the infield will be built for the Mini Wedges for this year and hopefully will be ready, weather permitting for opening night. The first week end of the Attica/WCS Late Model Challenge Series will be on Saturday, May 3rd with a regular show for all other class’. It will also be Kid’s Night plus fans that bring a receipt from a NAPA WCS sponsor will get $2 off general admission.

The next two weeks the Sprints will be the headline attraction as the BOSS wingless Sprints will take to the track on Saturday, May 10th with a regular show for all other divisions which will also be Ladies Night with $2 of for all Ladies general admission. The OVSCA will come north for the first time the following Saturday as another regular night for all other class’ as it will be Wayne County School Students getting in for free plus Policemen, Firemen and EMS workers get half off admission with ID.

Round three of the Attica/WCS Late Model Challenge will take place on Saturday, May 24 on Boy Scout Night with a full program of racing on the docket that night also.

The first of three appearances for the UNOH All Star Sprints comes on Saturday, May 31st as the Late Models and the Super Stock will be on the racing card along with the Vintage Race Cars on display as the Mini Stocks and the Mini Wedges take the night off.

The month of June will start on the 7th with a Super Stock Special that will have them running double features with the second one starting inverted of the way they finished the first feature. A full program for all others class’ that night which will be Military Night with all Military Personnel getting in for half price with ID. Mid Seasaon Championships roll around the next week on Father’s Day Special as all Father’s will get $2 off general admission plus a Lowe’s Gift Card. It will also be the first Lowe’s Kid’s Clinic night

No racing on the 21st as we get ready for Monday’s UNOH All Star Sprint Speedweek show and the Duffy Smith Memorial race with the Late Models and the Super Stocks also in action. NAPA WCS will be idle on the July 28th in support of Speedweeks.

A two day show will celebrate the 4th of July Week end as the Renegades of Dirt Modifieds will roll in as they will run all their heats on Friday night and the last chance race and a $3000 to win feature on Saturday the fifth. They will run a All Star feature on Friday night as drivers will qualify for that race through achievements from the first half of their season. The Late Models will be competing in the Don Gross Memorial that week end also as they will run a 30 lap feature on Friday night and then a 45 lap $4000 to win feature on Saturday night. The total laps of both features adds up to 75 which was the car # Don always drove. The Super Stock, Mini Stocks and the Mini Wedges will be in action both nights as the Sprints take the week end off.

The Late Models are right back at it on the 12th of July with round six of the Attica/WCS Challenge with a full program on CDL Night as everyone with a CDL gets in for 1/2 price. The next two weeks will see the Sprints back in the bright lights as the OVSCA is back for the second time this season. Everybody but the Late Models will be in action on July 19th but the next week when the BOSS wingless Sprints return for their second visit, all class’ will be competing.

The Super Stock Nationals will kick off the August schedule with a full program on Business/Advertiser Night as anyone with a receipt from a NAPA WCS sponsor will get two dollars off general admission. The seventh leg of the Attica/WCS Late Model Challenge will take place on the 9th of August at NAPA WCS with all class’ in action. May 2nd, June 20th, July 11 and August 30 are the dates for Attica’s Challenge races.

The Mini Stocks grab the spot light on August 16th with their big race of the season as a full program is on tap also for that night while Season Championships will take place on Saturday, August 23rd with another Lowe’s Kid’s Clinic Night and Driver’s Autograph Night on tap.

The Labor Day Sunday Special will see the UNOH All Star Sprints in for their third go around and for the first time ever, the RUSH Late Model Series rolls into the Orrville speedplant. The touring group of the Crate Late Models will visit 5 states and Canada this season and is one of the fastest growing organizations in racing. The Super Stocks will be in action also.

The season will close out at NAPA WCS ON the weekend of September 19th and 20th with the second annual Dirt Blow out. Friday night will be practise for all divisions with a BBQ and a Band and then Sprints, Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, Trucks and Mini Stocks and Wedges will finish out the 2014 season.

For more information on the schedule, rules, times or anything else about the track, go to the website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com


Written by Mike Swanger.

With both tracks having highly competitive fields of Super Late Models with many of the regions best drivers competing at both tracks in the past and now with NAPA Wayne County Speedway switching to Saturday night racing in 2014, Promoters John Bores of Attica Raceway Park along with Jason and Kristin Flory of NAPA Wayne County Speedway announce the formation of an eight race Super Late Model Challenge Series this season. Each track will hold four races during the season with each race paying $1,500 to win and $200 to start the feature with $60 for all non transfer cars. The Late Model Challenge Series will have it’s own point fund as a title sponsor is still being sought and a $10 entry fee for each race will be charged and added to the point fund.
The first night for the Late Model Challenge Series will be on Friday, May 2nd at Attica Raceway Park with the series in action the next night, Saturday, May 3rd at NAPA Wayne County Speedway. Attica Raceway Park will host the next two night for the series on Friday, June 20th and again on Friday, July 11th as NAPA Wayne County Speedway will resume the series on Saturday, July 12th and then on Saturday, August 9th. The final weekend for the series will be double points at both tracks as Attica Raceway Park will run on Saturday, August 30th and the final race will be on Sunday, August 31st at Napa Wayne County Speedway.
A tire rule will be in effect for both tracks with American Racers 44 or harder and Hoosier 1300, LM 20 or harder that will be allowed as each track will run their regular rules and race procedures.
Watch for further information about the Late Model Challenge Series and for more information on both tracks, go to their websites at www.atticaracewaypark.com and www.waynecountyspeedway.com 

Banquet 2013

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
By Mike Swanger
The Pines Golf Course Banquet Hall hosted the 2013 Napa Wayne County Speedway Point Championship Banquet on Saturday, November 16, 2013 with 200 guests in attendance to watch as 50 drivers in the five divisions receive their points monies and awards from the Contigency Connectio...n. Andrew Palker of Lodi collected his second straight Fisher Performance Sprint crown as he totaled 7 top fives and one feature win and four heat wins in the nine points races. Although he had 8 top fives and four feature wins, missing one night of racing put Danny Mumaw in second for the season. Lee Jacobs and Broc Martin each had 6 top ten finishes with Jacobs pocketing third place by three points over Martin. Jason Dolick rounded out the top five as Bob Lime, Jimmy Pooler, Mitch Harble, Nick Patterson and Shawn Hubler.
Posting 7 top fives that included a feature win, Wellsburg’s WVa’s Corey Conley secured his first Lias Tire Late Model crown over 2004 champion Charlie Duncan who recorded 8 top tens. Four time track champ Brad Malcuit was third while Ryan Markham, a three time champ was fourth. Rick Bond finished out the top five with JR Gentry sixth as Doug Drown and Keith Berner tied for seventh with Blaine Aber and Larry Bellman rounding out the top ten.
Miamisburg’s Brandon Gardner scored 4 wins and 4 second place finishes in his 8 top tens to take top honors in the Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks. Jeremy Lynch notched 8 top tens to beat out last years champ, Brandon Craver for second with 1992 winner Bob Daugherty edging out Paul Whitten by six points for fourth. Tyler Nicely, Tony Cline, Chaz O’Dell, Larry Baldwin and Chase Alexander made up the rest of the top ten.
Powering his way to a feature win and four second place runs in his 7 top fives, Adena’s Chris Basich captured his first NAPA Modified crown. A late season charge got Mark Gardiner second over Nathan Loney as Bruce Miller matched last years fourth place points finish with Pauly Hess grabbing fifth. Filling out the top ten were Jim Nicely, Eric Singhaus, Mike Mizer, Tim Arnold and Hilton Eppley.
Jeff Barker of Mansfield chalked up 6 top tens to lock up his first WQKT Mini Stock crown as Mitch Reichard nipped Jason Shaw by two markers for second while Brad Hensel garnered fourth place. Adam Kern had two more points than Doug Hensel for fifth as Jimmy Fitzwater, Lester Berry, Blaine Markey and Randy Gibson finished seventh through tenth
The Mini Wedges had already received their awards on the last night of racing at the track as Logan Duncan pocketed the championship over Tanner McLoughlin, Billy Dawson, Danny Selway and Zoe Stafford followed by Brooke Dawson, Matthew Moore, Braxton Wilson, Kryssa Beagle and Mason Duncan.
Special Awards went out to Doug Drown with the Bully Dog Dominating Performer of the year while the Red Horse Performance Champion award went to Corey Conley. The JE Pistons Sportsman award went to Brandon Gardner with the Mallory Ignition Performance Winner going to Jeff Barker. The Scorpion Super Star Bonus was claimed by Andrew Palker and Chris Basich received the Performanceparts.com Top Performer award.
Special thanks went out to Dzugan Fire and Rescue for their sponsorship of the fast qualifier all year in the Fisher Performance Sprints, the Lias Tire Late Models, Napa Modifieds and the Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks and also to Saldana Racing Products, Fisher Performance, Summit Racing Equipment and VP Racing Fuels for their sponsorship of all the heat races.
A big thanks to Alan Hutchinson for his work on the Banquet program, the slide show and the pictures of the champions cars each driver received.
Some plans for the 2014 season include going to Saturday night racing, three UNOH All Star Sprint shows, a Summer Sizzler Series with Attica Raceway Park for the Late Models with each track holding four races and a separate point fund for that series. The Renegade of Dirt Modifieds will return with the ICON Memorial Series and the BOSS Wingless Sprints will be back. Dates for the complete schedule will be released after the first of the year.
The regular shows for 2014 at Napa Wayne County Speedway will consist of the Sprints, Late Models, Super Stocks, Mini Stocks and Mini Wedges. For the latest updates, keep checking the website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com


Written by Ryan Pearson.


Orrville, Ohio

Sunday, September 22, 2013

By Mike Swanger

With rain delaying the racing Saturday until Sunday, 134 cars overflowed the pits of NAPA Wayne County Speedway for the ‘Blow-Out’ season finale sponsored by DJ Directional Services as the days action started out with Andrew Palker resetting the track record for the Fisher Performance Sprints with a time of 14.359 seconds. Wooster’s Jac Haudenshild would post the win in the Crack the Whip race to start on the pole of the feature and after a first lap challenge from outside polesitter, Danny Mumaw, the ‘Wild Child’ would drive away from the field aboard the Rick’s Auto Body, Phoenix Racing #59 to post his second win of the year at NAPA WCS. Mumaw got tangled up with a lapped car on lap five and received a flat tire but never could move back up through the field after changing the tire as Danny Holtgraver would take over second place at that time followed by Lee Jacobs, Jack Sodeman Jr. and Danny Smith. Sodeman Jr. would bring the action to a stop when he flipped in turn two on lap 20 ending his run as he walked away from the wreck, and before the sprinters got fired back up, mechanical issues put Palker, who had just passed Smith for fifth two laps earlier, to the pits. On the restart it was Jac Haudenschild, Holtgraver, Jacobs, Smith and now Brad Haudenschild in fifth, with Jac pulling away at the drop of the green and Holtgraver holding off the challenge of Jacobs for second and Brad Haudenschild slipping past Smith on the last lap for fourth. Mumaw, Broc Martin and Sodeman Jr. topped the heats.

It was a wide open action at the start of the Lias Tire Late Model feature as Crack the Whip winner JR Gentry grabbed the lead from the pole with Matt Irey and Shane McLoughlin dueling back and forth for second as Wooster’s Doug Drown and Brad Malcuit went side by side for fourth early on. Gentry jumped the cushion in turn two on lap six that allowed Irey to slide into the lead as Drown was able to take third from McLoughlin at the same time. Drown and his Weekley Electric, Wooster Glass and DJ Directional Services #63 would overpower Gentry for second on lap 11 and pull along side of Irey on the next circuit and took the lead on lap 13 for good and never looked back for his seventh win out of 8 starts at NAPA WCS this year, as the only feature he did not win this year was the WoO Late Model show. Gentry would battle back and take second back from Irey with five laps to go as McLoughlin held off a fast closing Ryan Markham for fourth. Fast Qualifier Drown, McLoughlin and Malcuit scored the heat wins as Dave Hornikel posted the last chance win.

The NAPA Modified feature was caution filled that kept the field bunched up as Bruce Miller would lead the first half of the 20 lap event with John Burdette taking over on lap 11 with Rob Stambaugh, John Sluka and Nathan Loney right behind the two front runners. After being charged with an early caution flag, Jesse Wisecarver was carving his way back through the field and with four laps to go was sixth and by using the high groove picked off Loney on lap 18, overtook Stambaugh and Sluka on lap 19 right before the final yellow flag came out. On the restart, Wisecarver made quick work off Miller but came up short at the finish line to Burdette and his Burdette Camping Center #RV1x, who pocketed his first win in his first visit to NAPA WCS. Burdette, Sluka and Stambaugh notched the heat wins as Clint Keenan was the fast qualifier.

For the first two laps of the Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks, it seemed like nobody wanted the lead as fast qualifier Kyle Moore lead the opening lap but spun himself out and that would give the lead to Nick Smith who would spin himself out on lap two. Driving the Baldwin Motorsports and White Motors #13, Paul Holmes took over and held on for his first win of the year. Chase Alexander would run second for most of the race as he and Tim Penley made contact with two to go and that allowed Moore, who had worked his way back through the field, to take second as Penley gathered himself up to hang on to third as Mitch Caskey and Brandon Craver moved past Alexander for fourth and fifth. Matt Shroyer and Rob Parker, who were both in the top five of the feature early on before mechanical woes stopped them, were the heat winners. Both heat races had red flags in them as Danny Gardner banged off the front stretch wall knocking loose some guardrail in the first one and then Larry Baldwin made contact with Todd Swim coming out of turn four that sent Swim rolling and twisting down the front stretch. Both Gardner and Swim were not injured.

A crash before the WQKT Mini Stock feature field got into turn two took out Brad Hensel and Jordan James and then on attempt two Don Rufener III grabbed the lead for the opening lap before Gary Hensel Jr. took over for the next three laps before Jerry Adkins took over for one lap but with some beating and banging going on with all the lead cars, Wooster’s Jason Shaw came out unscathed and took the lead and put the Finishline Motors #1 into victory lane for the fourth time this season. Adkins held on to second with Ron Hamlin, Don Rufener Jr. and Tim Workman rounding out the top five. Brad Hensel and Don Rufener III paced the heat races.

Mike Sawmiller of Peebles made his first visit to NAPA WCS a memorable one as he led all the way in the Truck race. Driving the C.O. Welding #1s, Sawmiller staved off several challenges from Rolly Heyder before Heyder’s truck lost power on the next to last lap. His misfortune would allow Jerry Sawmiller, Mike’s Dad, to take second with Tom Garlick taking third. Jerry Gardner and Travis Winterringer rounded out the top five. Heyder and Garlick secured the heat wins.

Braxton Wilson of Coshocton swept the Mini Wedges to pocket his third feature win of the season in the Morehouse Logging and A.B. Construction #28. Nick Large, Cody Stillion, Danny Selway and Mason Duncan filled out the top five. After their heat races, the youngsters received their Season Championship awards as Logan Duncan was crowned the Mini Wedge track championship trophy as he totaled 424 points . Tanner McLoughlin was second with 389 points with Billy Dawson placing third with 384 points. Danny Selway finished fourth with 355 points as Zoe Stafford, who rolled over in the feature but was ok, collected the fifth place trophy with 342 points as Brooke Dawson (275 points), Matthew Moore (207 points), Braxton Wilson (171 points), Kryssa Beagle (154 points) and Mason Duncan (77 points) finished sixth through tenth for the season.

In a match race between Late Model Charlie Duncan and Sprinter Andrew Palker, Palker finished his eight laps before Duncan completed his seven laps as the two agreed to split to prize money.

A big thanks goes out to Barberton Radiator, DAS Services and Sense Automotive for their support and sponsorship of the ‘Blow Out” also.


Sunday, September 22, 2013


Fast Qualifer Andrew Palker 14.359 ntr

Heat 1 Danny Mumaw, Andrew Palker, Jac Haudenschild, Caleb Helms, Jamie Myers, Troy Kingan, Pete Grove

Heat 2 Broc Martin, Lee Jacobs, DJ Foos, Cole Duncan, Bob Lime, Nick Patterson, Matt Phillips dns

Heat 3 Jack Sodeman Jr., Danny Holtgraver, Danny Smith, Brad Haudenschild, Aaron Middaugh, Kris Davis, Jeff Conrad, Jimmy Pooler

Crack of Whip Jac Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Danny Holtgraver, Danny Smith, Lee Jacobs, Jack Sodeman Jr., Broc Martin, Cole Duncan, Andrew Palker, DJ Foos

Feature Jac Haudenschild, Danny Holtgraver, Lee Jacobs, Brad Haudenschild, Danny Smith, Broc Martin, Cole Duncan, DJ Foos, Jimmy Pooler, Bob Lime, Pete Grove, Aaron Middaugh, Nick Patterson, Andrew Palker, Jack Sodeman Jr., Caleb Helms, Kris Davis, Danny Mumaw, Troy Kingan, Jeff Conrad, Matt Phillips dns


Fast Qualifier Doug Drown

Heat 1 Doug Drown, Wayne Maffett Jr., DJ Miller, Mike Lonas, Jason Hinton, Craig Wolford, Ron Stuart, Alan Baker, Matt Irey

Heat 2 Shane McLouglin, Charlie Duncan, Mark Banal, Blaine Aber, Hiram Bachman, Don Conley, Jeremy Canada, Dave Hornikel, George Lee dns

Heat 3 Brad Malcuit, Ryan Markham, JR, Gentry, Ty Myers, Tyler Carpenter, Josh Haynes, Jason Skelly, David Liles

Crack of Whip JR Gentry, Matt Irey, Shane McLoughlin, Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, Wayne Maffett Jr., DJ Miller, Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Mark Banal

L. C. #1 Dave Hornikel, David Liles, Josh Haynes, Ron Stuart, Don Conley, Craig Wolford, Jason Skelly, Jeremy Canada dns, Alan Baker dns

Feature Doug Drown, JR Gentry, Matt Irey, Shane McLoughlin, Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Wayne Maffett Jr., Ty Myers, Brad Malcuit, DJ Miller, Dave Hornikel, Blaine Aber, Josh Haynes, David Liles, Tyler Carpenter, Don Conley, Hiram Bachmann, Mike Lonas, Jason Hinton, Ron Stuart, Mark Banal dns


Fast Qualifier Clint Keenan

Heat 1 John Burdette, Clint Keenan, Bruce Miller, Jim Nicely, Rory Reed, Kyle Brown, Bryan Metterle,

Heat 2 John Sluka, Hilton Eppley, Denny Benjamin, Doug Drown, Jesse Wisecarver, Pauly Hess, Mark Enos, Dave Bodkins, Brock Burcher

Heat 3 Rob Stambaugh, Chris Basich, Nathan Loney, Mike Mizer, Jeff Votaw, John Sutherland, Wade Benjamin, Mark Gardiner dns

L. C. #1 Dave Bodkins, Pauly Hess, Bryan Metterle, Wade Benjamin, Mark Enos, Brock Burcher, Kyle Brown, John Sutherland dns, Mark Gardiner dns

Feature John Burdette, Jesse Wisecarver, Bruce Miller, Rob Stambaugh, John Sluka, Nathan Loney, Clint Keenan, Chris Basich, Denny Benjamin, Doug Drown, Mike Mizer, Rory Reed, Pauly Hess, Dave Bodkins, Bryan Metterle, Wade Benjamin, Jeff Votaw, Brock Burcher, Hilton Eppley, Jim Nicely


Fast Qualifier Kyle Moore

Heat 1 Matt Shroyer, Paul Holmes, Kyle Moore, Brandon Craver, Glen Underwood, Mitch Caskey, Tony Spagetti, Dennis Amstutz, Danny Gardner, Paul McVicker dns

Heat 2 Rob Parker, Nick Smith, Tyler Thompson, Don Rutt, Todd Swim, Chase Alexander, Tim Penley, Brian Simpson, Todd Werntz, Larry Baldwin

Feature Paul Holmes, Kyle Moore, Tim Penley, Mitch Caskey, Brandon Craver, Chase Alexander, Dennis Amstutz, Tyler Thompson, Don Rutt, Danny Gardner, Nick Smith, Matt Shroyer, Rob Parker, Glen Underwood, Todd Swim dns, Tony Spagetti dns, Brian Simpson dns, Todd Werntz dns, Paul McVicker dns, Larry Baldwin dns


Heat 1 Brad Hensel, Gary Hensel Jr., Don Rufener Jr., Blaine Markey, Doug Hensel, Adam Kern, Lester Berry, Tammy Rufener, Jason St. John

Heat 2 Don Rufener III, Jerry Adkins, Jordan James, Ron Hamlin, Jason Shaw, Tim Workman, Tony Mullinex, Colten St. John, Mike Rose, Jason King

Feature Jason Shaw, Jerry Adkins, Ron Hamlin, Don Rufener Jr., Tim Workman, Lester Berry, Mike Rose, Tony Mullinex, Colten St. John, Tammy Rufener, Gary Hensel Jr., Don Rufener III, Doug Hensel, Blaine Markey, Adam Kern, Jordan James, Brad Hensel, Jason St. John dns, Jason King dns


Heat 1 Rolly Heyder, Jerry Sawmiller, Mike Sawmiller, Brian Lillibridge, Brad Phillips, Joey Heyder, John Large dns

Heat 2 Tom Garlick, Travis Winterringer, Dewey Powell, Dennis Wood, George Lillibridge, Jerry Gardner

Feature Mike Sawmiller, Jerry Sawmiller, Tom Garlick, Jerry Gardner, Travis Winterringer, Brian Lillibridge, Joey Heyder, Rolly Heyder, Dewey Powell, Dennis Wood, Brad Phillips, George Lillibridge, John Large dns


Heat 1 Braxton Wilson, Zoe Stafford, Billy Dawson, Nick Large, Mason Duncan, Kyla Dillon, Cody Stillion, Danny Selway, Logan Duncan

Feature Braxton Wilson, Nick Large, Cody Stillion, Danny Selway, Mason Duncan, Kyla Dillon, Billy Dawson, Zoe Stafford, Logan Duncan

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Orrville, Ohio 44667


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