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Live updates: Richards 2-for-2 at Knoxville

September 27, 2013, 6:22 pm
By Todd Turner
DirtonDirt.com managing editor

KNOXVILLE, Iowa (Sept. 27) — Blog-style updates of Friday’s action on the second of three nights of racing at the 10th annual Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals at Knoxville Raceway on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (preliminary results unofficial; watch live pay-per-view; complete Knoxville coverage):

10:29 p.m. | Richards wins again

KNOXVILLE, Iowa (Sept. 27) — Setting up a chance to match Billy Moyer’s 2010 sweep, Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., dominated Friday’s 25-lap preliminary feature at Knoxville Raceway’s 10th annual Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals.

The sixth-starting Richards became just the second driver to sweep Thursday-Friday preliminary features as he blew past A.J. Diemel in turn one on the ninth lap and rolled to a dominating victory at the historic half-mile oval.

A lap-20 caution erased a nearly half-track advantage for Richards, but runner-up Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., couldn’t keep up and finished 1.993 seconds back at the checkers.

Diemel, the Elk Mound, Wis., driver who led four laps early to match Owens, was a distant third while polesitter Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, Fla., was fourth. Tim McCreadie rallied from his 11th-row starting spot to round out the top five.

The first five laps were slowed by three cautions. Fourth-running Dale McDowell blew a right-rear tire and retired.

On the sixth lap, Darrell Lanigan spun between turns one and two with most everyone missing him, then Lanigan drove the wrong way on the caution period to express his displeasure with Richards just past the flagstand.

On the next restart, Owens, failed to come up to speed and Billy Moyer made contact, triggering a slowdown the cause a multicar contact in turn one. Chad Simpson got the worst of it and his car was towed off the track.

A final caution appeared on the 20th lap when Chris Simpson slowed with a flat tire in turn two.

Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals (Friday preliminary): (1) Josh Richards, (2) Jimmy Owens, (3) A.J. Diemel, (4) Earl Pearson Jr., (5) Tim McCreadie, (6) Steve Francis, (7) Jimmy Mars, (8) Jason Feger, (9) Ryan Gustin, (10) John Blankenship, (11) Scott Bloomquist, (12) Brady Smith, (13) Jason Utter, (14) Eddie Carrier Jr., (15) Chris Simpson, (16) Matt Furman, (17) Ryan Unzicker, (18) Rodney Sanders, (19) Darrell Lanigan, (20) Billy Moyer, (21) Shannon Babb, (22) Don O’Neal, (23) Chad Simpson, (24) Dale McDowell. Fast qualifier (among 70 cars): Gustin, 17.941 seconds. Heat race winners: Smith, Francis, Chris Simpson, Unzicker, Lanigan, Babb. D-main winner: Denny Eckrich. C-main winner: Jason Rauen. B-main winner: Gustin.

9:40 p.m. | Post heat notes

Earl Pearson Jr. is on the pole for the main event with Jimmy Owens alongside. ... Thursday’s winner Josh Richards starts sixth. ... Darrell Lanigan, most impressive in heat action, starts eighth. ... John Blankenship had to go to a backup car for the B-main after dropping a cylinder in his heat race. He said the team would likely swap motors so he could stick with his primary car in Saturday’s action. ... Matt Furman blamed himself for losing the lead to Ryan Unzicker in his heat race. “What I should have donw is stayed with what I did the first eight laps,” said Furman, who was fighting a tight-handling car. “I really wanted to win that heat."

9:39 p.m. | Consolation finishes

B-main finish (top six to A-main): Ryan Gustin, John Blankenship, Tim McCreadie, Jason Utter, Chad Simpson, Don O’Neal, Brandon Sheppard, Ricky Weiss, Justin Kay, Morgan Bagley, Brian Birkhofer, Andy Eckrich, Tony Jackson Jr., Terry Phillips, Jason McBride, Billy Moyer Jr., Mike Marlar, Jason Rauen, Chase Junghans, Rich Bell, Austin Hubbard, Jared Landers.

C-main finish (top four to B-main): Jason Rauen, Jared Landers, Terry Phillips, Jason McBride, Bub McCool, Tim Lance, Mike Fryer, Dennis Erb Jr., Jason Jaggers, Ray Guss Jr., Spencer Diercks, Dave Eckrich, Denny Eckrich, Travis Dickes, Jay Johnson, Tyler Bruening, Darrel DeFrance, Michael Smith, Charlie McKenna, Steve Lance Jr., Ray Sveeggen, Skip Frey.

D-main finish (top four to C-main): Denny Eckrich, Steve Lance Jr., Tyler Bruening, Michael Smith, Kent Robinson, Greg Kimmons, Tim Isenberg, Curt Schroeder, Dustin Walker, Joel Callahan, Dennis Vandermeersch, Stew Hayward, Brian Shirley. Scratched: Frank Heckenast Jr., Jonathan Brauns, Chris Spieker.

9:16 p.m. | B-main lineup

(15 laps; top six transfer to A-main)
Row 1: Ryan Gustin, John Blankenship
Row 2: Jason Utter, Tim McCreadie
Row 3: Justin Kay, Don O'Neal
Row 4: Ricky Weiss, Chad Simpson
Row 5: Morgan Bagley, Brandon Sheppard
Row 6: Tony Jackson Jr., Andy Eckrich
Row 7: Austin Hubbard, Billy Moyer Jr.
Row 8: Rich Bell, Mike Marlar
Row 9: Chase Junghans, Brian Birkhofer
Row 10: C-main transfers
Row 11: C-main transfers

9:12 p.m. C-main lineup

(12 laps; top four transfer to B-main)
Row 1: Jason Rauen, Jared Landers
Row 2: Tim Lance, Terry Phillips
Row 3: Mike Fryer, Jason McBride
Row 4: Bub McCool, Jason Jaggers
Row 5: Darrel DeFrance, Spencer Diercks
Row 6: Skip Frey, Dennis Erb Jr.
Row 7: Travis Dickes, Ray Guss Jr.
Row 8: Dave Eckrich, Jay Johnson
Row 9: Charlie McKenna, Ray Sveegen
Row 10: D-main transfers
Row 11: D-main transfers

9:07 p.m. | D-main lineup

(10 laps; top four to C-main)
Row 1: Denny Eckrich, Kent Robinson
Row 2: Frank Heckenast Jr., Brian Shirley
Row 3: Tim Isenberg, Tyler Bruening
Row 4: Jonathon Brauns, Steve Lance Jr.
Row 5: Greg Kimmons, Chris Spieker
Row 6: Curt Schroeder, Joel Callahan
Row 7: Michael Smith, Dustin Walker
Row 8: Stew Hayward, Dennis Vandermeersch

8:41 p.m. | Babb wins sixth heat

Shannon Babb won the sixth heat, but it was Josh Richards making the noise in the 12-lapper. With Babb out front, Richards made a thrilling fifth-to-second move on the frontstretch after an early restart as the seventh starter left foes in his dust on the second lap. He split Jimmy Owens and polesitter Billy Moyer Jr. exiting turn two before going by Andy Eckrich entering turn one. Richards couldn't quite track down Babb while Owens got the third and final transfer spot. Moyer Jr. was sixth and outside front-row starter Spencer Diercks got a poor start and was sixth after one lap. The first start was called back and lap-two caution appeared for Chris Spieker's disabled car.

SIxth heat finish: Shannon Babb, Josh Richards, Jimmy Owens, Andy Eckrich, Don O'Neal, Billy Moyer Jr., Jay Johnson, Spencer Dierkcs, Ray Sveeggen, Kent Robinson, Chris Spieker.

8:36 p.m. | Lanigan wins fifth heat

The first driver of the weekend to fully overcome the eight-car heat race inversion, Darrell Lanigan slipped by polesitter Eddie Carrier Jr. at halfway and cruised to victory in the 12-lap prelim. Carrier held on to finish second over fifth-starting Dale McDowell as the top three transferred to the night's 25-lap feature. Chad Simpson ran second early but ended up fourth. Two cautions flew. The first appeared on the seventh lap for Shirley and another for Dennis Vandermeersch on lap 10.

Fifth heat finish: Darrell Lanigan, Eddie Carrier Jr., Dale McDowell, Chad Simpson, Brandon Sheppard, Brian Birkhofer, Jared Landers, Jason Jaggers, Ray Guss Jr., Steve Lance Jr., Brian Shirley, Dennis Vandermeersch.

8:28 p.m. | Unzicker wins fourth heat

Winning a race-long duel with fellow front-row starter Matt Furman, Ryan Unzicker led the final four laps of the fourth heat. Furman slipped to third behind Billy Moyer in the final laps — and made a daring frontstretch move to keep Tim McCreadie in check late to hold onto the final transfer spot. McCreadie, needing a big night after struggling Thursday, was fourth ahead of John Blankenship and Mike Marlar, who started ninth and ran as high as fourth. Dustin Walker spun in turn two to draw a lap-two yellow.

Fourth heat finish: Ryan Unzicker, Billy Moyer, Matt Furman, Tim McCreadie, John Blankenship, Mike Marlar, Dennis Erb Jr., Terry Phillips, Jason McBride, Tyler Bruening, Dustin Walker, Joel Callahan.

8:20 p.m. | Chris Simpson wins third heat

With Rodney Sanders losing the lead on the late restart, fifth-starting Chris Simpson took the victory over the eighth-starting Scott Bloomquist as Sanders dropped to the third and final transfer spot in the two-lap shootout. Sanders took the lead from RIch Bell on the second lap, but a lap-11 caution for Denny Eckrich reset the field. Sanders fell victim to both Simpson and Bloomquist while Bell was fourth. Polesitter Mike Fryer faded early and finished seventh.

Third heat finish: Chris Simpson, Scott Bloomquist, Rodney Sanders, Rich Bell, Justin Kay, Austin Hubbard, Mike Fryer, Skip Frey, Dave Eckrich, Curt Schroeder, Denny Eckrich.

8:15 p.m. | Francis wins second heat

Steve Francis led all the way from outside the front row, building a straightaway lead after five laps and cruising the rest of the way. Seventh-starting A.J. Diemel moved quickly to the front and took second from Morgan Bagley early in the caution-free affair, and nearly tracked Francis down in finishing in the second spot, transferring along with Earl Pearson Jr., who overtook Bagley on the eighth lap. Bagley ended up fourth.

Second heat finish: Steve Francis, A.J. Diemel, Earl Pearson Jr., Morgan Bagley, Tim Isenberg, Jason Utter, Tony Jackson Jr., Tim Lance, Travis Dickes, Darrel DeFrance, Greg Kimmons, Stew Hayward.

8:08 p.m. | Brady Smith wins first heat

Fourth-starting Brady Smith overtook outside front-row starter Jason Feger on the fourth lap and led the rest of the 12-lap prelim. He took the checkers a straightaway ahead of Feger, who barely held off seventh-starting Jimmy Mars. The top three transferred to the main event while Ricky Weiss was fourth ahead of Ryan Gustin, the night's fast qualifier. The first start was called off because of a poor start, and the second start was halted on the first lap when Frank Heckenast Jr. got into the turn-two fence near the spot that ended his run in Thursday's 25-lap preliminary feature.

First heat finish: Brady Smith, Jason Feger, Jimmy Mars, Ricky Weiss, Ryan Gustin, Chase Junghans, Bub McCool, Jason Rauen, Jonathan Brauns, Charlie McKenna, Michael Smith. Frank Heckenast Jr.

7:51 p.m. | Heat race lineups

(12 laps; top three transfer to A-main)
First heat
Row 1: Chase Junghans, Jason Feger
Row 2: Frank Heckenast Jr., Brady Smith
Row 3: Ricky Weiss, Jason Rauen
Row 4: Jimmy Mars, Ryan Gustin
Row 5: Bub McCool, Jonathan Brauns
Row 6: Charlie McKenna, Michael Smith
Second heat
Row 1: Tim Isenberg, Steve Francis
Row 2: Tony Jackson Jr., Morgan Bagley
Row 3: Tim Lance, Earl Pearson Jr.
Row 4: A.J. Diemel, Jason Utter
Row 5: Darrel DeFrance, Travis Dickes
Row 6: Greg Kimmons, Stew Hayward
Third heat
Row 1: Mike Fryer, Rich Bell
Row 2: Austin Hubbard, Rodney Sanders
Row 3: Chris Simpson, Denny Eckrich
Row 4: Justin Kay, Scott Bloomquist
Row 5: Skip Frey, Dave Eckrich
Row 6: Curt Schroeder
Fourth heat
Row 1: Matt Furman, Ryan Unzicker
Row 2: Jason McBride, Billy Moyer
Row 3: Tyler Bruening, Terry Phillips
Row 4: Tim McCreadie, John Blankenship
Row 5: Mike Marlar, Dennis Erb Jr.
Row 6: Joel Callahan, Dustin Walker
Fifth heat
Row 1: Eddie Carrier Jr., Jason Jaggers
Row 2: Brandon Sheppard, Chad Simpson
Row 3: Dale McDowell, Brian Shirley
Row 4: Jared Landers, Darrell Lanigan
Row 5: Steve Lance Jr., Ray Guss Jr.
Row 6: Brian Birkhofer, Dennis Vandermeersch
Sixth heat
Row 1: Billy Moyer Jr., Spencer Diercks
Row 2: Andy Eckrich, Shannon Babb
Row 3: Jimmy Owens, Don O'Neal
Row 4: Josh Richards, Kent Robinson
Row 5: Chris Spieker, Jay Johnson
Row 6: Ray Sveeggen

7:39 p.m. | Blankenship tops second qualifying group

  1. John Blankenship (23), Williamson, W.Va., 18.021
  2. Darrell Lanigan (29), Union, Ky., 18.031
  3. Kent Robinson (7r), Bloomington, Ind., 18.159
  4. Tim McCreadie (39), Watertown, N.Y., 18.168
  5. Jared Landers (5), Batesville, Ark., 18.184
  6. Josh Richards (1), Shinnston, W.Va., 18.248
  7. Terry Phillips (75), Springfield, Mo., 18.351
  8. Jason McBride (77m), Carbondale, Ill., 18.38
  9. Brian Shirley (3s), Chatham, Ill., 18.389
  10. Don O’Neal (71), Martinsville, Ind., 18.420
  11. Tyler Breuning (16), Decorah, Iowa, 18.526
  12. Dale McDowell (17m), Chickamauga, Ga., 18.534
  13. Jimmy Owens (20), Newport, Tenn., 18.562
  14. Billy Moyer (21), Batesville, Ark., 18.581
  15. Chad Simpson (25), Mount Vernon, Iowa, 18.595
  16. Shannon Babb (18), Moweaqua, Ill., 18.598
  17. Brandon Sheppard (B5), New Berlin, Ill., 18.669
  18. Andy Eckrich (56), Oxford, Iowa, 18.685
  19. Ryan Unzicker (24), El Paso, Ill., 18.804
  20. Jason Jaggers (32j), Wyanet, Ill., 18.825
  21. Spencer Diercks (29), Davenport, Iowa, 18.832
  22. Matt Furman (51), Columbus, Ohio, 18.84
  23. Eddie Carrier Jr. (28), Salt Rock, W.Va., 18.864
  24. Billy Moyer Jr. (21jr), Batesville, Ark., 18.867
  25. Mike Marlar (5B), Winfield, Tenn., 18.905
  26. Steve Lance Jr. (48x), Cuba, Ill., 18.962
  27. Chris Spieker (56), Massena, Iowa, 19.019
  28. Dennis Erb Jr. (28), Carpentersville, Ill., 19.019
  29. Ray Guss Jr. (58), Milan, Ill., 19.075
  30. Jay Johnson (93), West Burlington, Iowa, 19.212
  31. Joel Callahan (40), Dubuque, Iowa, 19.237
  32. Brian Birkhofer (15B), Muscatine, Iowa, 19.282
  33. Ray Sveeggen (r21), Beresford, S.D., 19.378
  34. Dustin Walker (77a), Peculiar, Mo., 19.791
  35. Dennis Vandermeesch (83), Springfield, Ill., 19.816

7:36 p.m. | Rest of night's schedule

Heat races: Six heats, 12 laps, eight-car inversion with 1-3 transferring to the A-main, 4-6 transferring to B-main, 7-9 to C-main and other finishers to D-main.
D-main: 10 laps; top four transfer to C-main
C-main: 12 laps; top four transfer to B-main
B-main: 15 laps; top six transfer to A-main
A-main: 25 laps, 24 cars, top 18 lined up by qualifying time with eight-car inversion.

7:25 p.m. | Gustin tops first qualifying group

  1. Ryan Gustin (19r), Marshalltown, Iowa, 17.941
  2. Jason Utter (31), Colmbus Junction, Iowa, 17.946
  3. Scott Bloomquist (0), Mooresburg, Tenn., 18.026
  4. Jimmy Mars (28), Menomonie, Wis., 18.039
  5. A.J. Diemel (58), Elk Mound, Wis., 18.157
  6. Justin Kay (15k), Wheatland, Iowa, 18.197
  7. Jason Rauen (98), Farley, Iowa, 18.228
  8. Earl Pearson Jr. (44), Jacksonville, Fla., 18.255
  9. Denny Eckrich (50), Tiffin, Iowa, 18.264
  10. Ricky Weiss (7), Winnipeg, Manitoba, 18.343
  11. Tim Lance (48), Brimfield, Ill., 18.359
  12. Chris Simpson (32), Oxford, Iowa, 18.378
  13. Brady Smith (2), Solon Springs, Wis., 18.467
  14. Morgan Bagley (14m), Longview, Texas, 18.496
  15. Rodney Sanders (20), Happy, Texas, 18.576
  16. Frank Heckenast Jr. (99jr), Frankfort, Ill., 18.585
  17. Tony Jackson Jr. (56), Lebanon, Mo., 18.611
  18. Austin Hubbard (11), Seaford, Del., 18.611
  19. Jason Feger (25), Bloomington, Ill., 18.618
  20. Steve Francis (15), Ashland, Ky., 18.633
  21. Rich Bell (21B), Sheffield, Ill., 18.683
  22. Chase Junghans (18), Manhattan, Kan., 18.731
  23. Tim Isenberg (9T), Marshfield, Wis., 18.748
  24. Mike Fryer (5m), Freeport, Ill., 18.765
  25. Bub McCool (57j), Vicksburg, Miss., 18.818
  26. Darrel DeFrance (99D), Marshalltown, Iowa, 18.877
  27. Skip Frey (3x), Ely, Iowa, 18.893
  28. Jonathan Brauns (22B), Muscatine, Iowa, 18.896
  29. Travis Dickes (21T), Madison, Neb., 18.909
  30. Dave Eckrich (58), Cosgrove, Iowa, 18.915
  31. Charlie McKenna (22), Clear Lake, Iowa, 19.05
  32. Greg Kimmons (27), Pleasant Plains, Ill., 19.32
  33. Curt Schroeder (15c), Ames, Iowa, 19.81
  34. Michael Smith (5), Vienna, W.Va., 19.915
  35. Stew Hayward (51), Calgary, Alberta, 20.063

6:45 p.m. | Pre-qualifying notes

The first two qualifiers Friday are the only two Canadian drivers entered: Ricky Weiss of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Stew Hayward of Calgary, Alberta. ... Jason Jaggers of Wyanet, Ill., broke an engine in Thursday’s hot laps and has swapped engines for Friday’s action. Jaggers has five victories in 2013, including a career-high $5,000 payday at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio. ... Among drivers serving as crew members: Terry Casey (helping Ricky Weiss), Jon Henry (helping Frank Heckenast Jr.) and John Anderson (helping Shop Quik Racing teammate Chase Junghans). ... Michael Smith of Vienna, W.Va., the 1984 STARS Rookie of the Year, is making one of his few 2013 starts at Knoxville in his Kryptonite Race Car with plans to race more extensively next season. ... Dustin Walker of Peculiar, Mo., is driving a Rocket Chassis recently purchased from fellow Missouri driver Justin Asplin; it still carries Asplin's graphics scheme and No. 77 (Walker usually drives No. 14w). ... Four cars are on the track at a time during time trials.

6:43 p.m. | Callahans highs, lows

Joel Callahan of Dubuque, Iowa, made a late pass in his Thursday heat race win grab a preliminary victory at Knoxville, putting him in the 25-lap feature.

But things went south from there as the 49-year-old driver, in his ninth year of Late Model racing, was in the middle of pileup in turns three and four that also involved Eddie Carrier Jr., Jimmy Owens and Dennis Erb Jr. Callahan, Owens and Erb ended up going to backup cars for Friday’s action.

Callahan’s Pierce Race Car No. 40 was pushed far away from his hauler without an engine as Callahan’s team swapped his lone open-competition powerplant into his Victory Circle Chassis.

“It was kind of a shame because it tore a lot of stuff up,” said Callahan, the 2013 track champ at Dubuque and Farley Speedways.

6:38 p.m. | Feger likes Iowa half-miles

Jason Feger cut his teeth on Illinois bullrings, but he’s found success on the bigger half-mile tracks this season, partly because of a World Racing Group suspension that prevented him from running his home tracks in 2013.

Feger ended up running several Corn Belt Clash events, winning on Davenport (Iowa) Speedway’s half-mile, and adding a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series at Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City, Iowa. He kept up that roll Friday at Knoxville with a third-place finish in the preliminary feature, his best-ever performance at the historic track.

“We’ve went to a lot of bigger tracks this year,” Feger said. “I haven’t been on many big, flat tracks, and this year we’ve been to quite a few of 'em, and just gotten a lot better on our program like that. I think I have more confidence coming here than I’ve had in the past. I think it showed tonight.

“This place was a lot of luck, too. It’s hard to qualify good and then battle up through there with as many goods cars as here. They keep inverting you and inverting, so it’s tough when you got this many good cars and the track is this fast.”

6:20 p.m. | 70 entries Friday

Seventy cars, two fewer than Thursday, are entered for Friday’s action at Knoxville, where a complete racing program will be capped by a $7,000-to-win main event (Brian Harris and Jesse Stovall are the two drivers missing from Thursday). Drivers will be trying to improve on their point totals from Thursday’s program that set up Saturday’s starting lineup for the $40,000-to-win finale.

Time trial order

First group
Ricky Weiss (7), Winnipeg, Manitoba
Stew Hayward (51), Calgary, Alberta
Scott Bloomquist (0), Mooresburg, Tenn.
Tim Isenberg (9T), Marshfield, Wis.
Chris Simpson (32), Oxford, Iowa
Justin Kay (15k), Wheatland, Iowa
Curt Schroeder (15c), Ames, Iowa
Tony Jackson Jr. (56), Lebanon, Mo.
Jason Feger (25), Bloomington, Ill.
Jonathan Brauns (22B), Muscatine, Iowa
Rodney Sanders (20), Happy, Texas
Jimmy Mars (28), Menomonie, Wis.
Jason Utter (31), Colmbus Junction, Iowa
Jason Rauen (98), Farley, Iowa
Charlie McKenna (22), Clear Lake, Iowa
A.J. Diemel (58), Elk Mound, Wis.
Travis Dickes (21T), Madison, Neb.
Darrel DeFrance (99D), Marshalltown, Iowa
Austin Hubbard (11), Seaford, Del.
Ryan Gustin (19r), Marshalltown, Iowa
Steve Francis (15), Ashland, Ky.
Chase Junghans (18), Manhattan, Kan.
Dave Eckrich (58), Cosgrove, Iowa
Michael Smith (5), Vienna, W.Va.
Earl Pearson Jr. (44), Jacksonville, Fla.
Bub McCool (57j), Vicksburg, Miss.
Brady Smith (2), Solon Springs, Wis.
Denny Eckrich (50), Tiffin, Iowa
Morgan Bagley (14m), Longview, Texas
Mike Fryer (5m), Freeport, Ill.
Frank Heckenast Jr. (99jr), Frankfort, Ill.
Rich Bell (21B), Sheffield, Ill.
Skip Frey (3x), Ely, Iowa
Greg Kimmons (27), Pleasant Plains, Ill.
Tim Lance (48), Brimfield, Ill.
Second group
Tyler Breuning (16), Decorah, Iowa
Steve Lance Jr. (48x), Cuba, Ill.
Josh Richards (1), Shinnston, W.Va.
Jay Johnson (93), West Burlington, Iowa
Darrell Lanigan (29), Union, Ky.
Dale McDowell (17m), Chickamauga, Ga.
Tim McCreadie (39), Watertown, N.Y.
Brandon Sheppard (B5), New Berlin, Ill.
Brian Birkhofer (15B), Muscatine, Iowa
Joel Callahan (40), Dubuque, Iowa
Jason McBride (77m), Carbondale, Ill.
Kent Robinson (7r), Bloomington, Ind.
Ray Sveeggen (r21), Beresford, S.D.
Don O’Neal (71), Martinsville, Ind.
Dennis Vandermeesch (83), Springfield, Ill.
Billy Moyer Jr. (21jr), Batesville, Ark.
Terry Phillips (75), Springfield, Mo.
Mike Marlar (5B), Winfield, Tenn.
Ryan Unzicker (24), El Paso, Ill.
Brian Shirley (3s), Chatham, Ill.
Jason Jaggers (32j), Wyanet, Ill.
Andy Eckrich (56), Oxford, Iowa
Jared Landers (5), Batesville, Ark.
Ray Guss Jr. (58), Milan, Ill.
Chris Spieker (56), Massena, Iowa
Spencer Diercks (29), Davenport, Iowa
Eddie Carrier Jr. (28), Salt Rock, W.Va.
John Blankenship (23), Williamson, W.Va.
Shannon Babb (18), Moweaqua, Ill.
Chad Simpson (25), Mount Vernon, Iowa
Billy Moyer (21), Batesville, Ark.
Dustin Walker (77a), Peculiar, Mo.
Dennis Erb Jr. (28), Carpentersville, Ill.
Matt Furman (51), Columbus, Ohio
Jimmy Owens (20), Newport, Tenn.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Pearson, Owens
Row 2: Diemel, McDowell
Row 3: Mars, Richards
Row 4: Bloomquist, Lanigan
Row 5: Chris Simpson, Moyer Sr.
Row 6: B. Smith, Babb
Row 7: Sanders, Unzicker
Row 8: Feger, Furman
Row 9: Francis, Carrier
Row 10: Gustin, Blankenship
Row 11: McCreadie, Utter
Row 12: Chad Simpson, O'Neal

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