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September 2
Tyler County Speedway,
Middlebourne, WV
Sanction: Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (Hillbilly 100) - $50,000
Information provided by: Alli Collis (last updated September 3, 5:45 pm)
Overton grabs $50,000 victory at Hillbilly 100
Hillbilly 100
  1. Brandon Overton
  2. Jared Hawkins
  3. Mason Zeigler
  4. Jimmy Owens
  5. Gregg Satterlee
  6. Tyler Erb
  7. Jonathan Davenport
  8. Scott Bloomquist
  9. Don O'Neal
  10. Dennis Erb Jr.
  11. Greg Oakes
  12. Kyle Bronson
  13. Robbie Scott
  14. Mike Benedum
  15. Darrell Lanigan
  16. Josh Richards
  17. Bobby Pierce
  18. Earl Pearson Jr.
  19. Brandon Sheppard
  20. Ricky Thornton Jr.
  21. Tim McCreadie
  22. Chris Garnes
  23. Tyler Carpenter
  24. Derek Doll
  25. Zack Dohm
  26. Kyle Thomas
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Brandon Overton (76) slips past Jared Hawkins en route to his Hillbilly 100 victory.
What won the race: Edging ahead of polesitter and race-long leader Jared Hawkins of Fairmont, W.Va., on lap 70 of 100, eighth-starting Brandon Overton of Evans, Ga., led the remaining distance to score a career-richest $50,000 victory in Tyler County Speedway's 50th annual Hillbilly 100.
On the move: Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., started 20th and finished seventh.
Winner's sponsors: Overton's Billy Franklin-owned Rocket Chassis is sponsored by BCI Asphalt, R.W. Powell Construction, FK Rod Ends, Franklin Fence Company, Franklin Enterprises, Textron, Bozard Ford & Lincoln, Big A's and Big Dog Tree & Stump.
Points chase: After Tyler County: 1. Jonathan Davenport (7,185); 2. Josh Richards (6,965); 3. Scott Bloomquist (6,895); 4. Earl Pearson Jr. (6,725); 5. Tim McCreadie (6,535); 6. Jimmy Owens (6,530); 7. Bobby Pierce (6,475); 8. Don O'Neal (6,440); 9. Gregg Satterlee (6,040); 10. Darrell Lanigan (6,005); 11. Mason Zeigler (5,930); 12. Hudson O'Neal (5,825); 13. Dennis Erb Jr. (5,780); 14. Kyle Bronson (5,695).
Car count: 42
Fast qualifier: Jared Hawkins
Time: 12.507 seconds
Polesitter: Jared Hawkins
Heat race winners: Jared Hawkins, Scott Bloomquist, Tyler Erb, Mike Benedum
Consolation race winners: Tim McCreadie, Brandon Sheppard
Provisional starters: Greg Oakes, Derek Doll, Zack Dohm, Kyle Thomas
Next series race: September 13, Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, IA) $7,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
By Alli Collis
DirtonDirt.com staff writer

MIDDLEBOURNE, W.Va. (Sept. 2) — The last few weeks of racing haven’t been all that kind to Brandon Overton. But the 27-year-old Evans, Ga., driver earned a shot of redemption on Sunday night, scoring a career-richest $50,000 victory in Tyler County Speedway’s 50th annual Hillbilly 100.

“We had the worst two nights of racing I think I could have,” an emotional Overton said in victory lane. “Last week at Mansfield not making the race with all the circumstances … it’s miserable. We went home and ran regional a little bit and was doing good. We kind of got out here and was going to show everybody what we were made of and got beat down pretty quick.

“Different parts of the country, they just race a little different. The only way to figure it out is to stay out here and race. We was about to get lapped last night and everything and then came back tonight and won. I can’t thank Todd (Pruitt) and (Grant) Pearl and my fiancée and Billy Franklin and everybody that’s behind me (enough).”

Slipping under race-long leader Jared Hawkins of Fairmont, W.Va., out of turn two to assume the point on the 70th circuit, eighth-starting Overton led the remaining distance, pulling away in the final laps for his first career Hillbilly 100 victory and second Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series triumph of the 2018 season.

“I knew I had a good car, I was just trying to bide my time and not kill my tires trying to pass them,” Overton said. “One time I almost turned around and hit Gregg (Satterlee) in the left front. I didn’t mean to do that. It’s just tight racing. It’s a bullring. I love this place. I almost won my first Outlaw race here and Josh (Richards) passed me with a couple to go. So I feel like it owed me one.”

Leading the first 69 laps, Hawkins finished runner-up, while Mason Zeigler advanced from the 11th starting spot to run third. From running as high as second and challenging for the lead to nearly tangling with Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., in the final laps, Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., held on for a fourth-place finish, with Gregg Satterlee of Indiana, Pa., rounding out the top five.

“Early on, I tried to get out and see how the car felt and then just tried to maintain,” Hawkins said. “It felt like I was being easy on my stuff and trying to be there at the end. I guess I needed to move up. When he went by me, I thought maybe I got beat on tires. But he just got up on the wheel and got it done.”

Making his sixth Hillbilly 100 start, Hawkins posted a career-best finish, besting last year’s ninth-place run. The Tim Logan Racing pilot led a home-state contingency of nine West Virginia drivers to qualify for the 2018 edition of sport’s richest one-day event.

“I’ve been racing here ever since I started,” Hawkins said. “If I was going to get one, this is where I wanted it. But it’s definitely a confidence booster and we’ve got some more racing this year.”

Zeigler, who currently leads the Lucas Oil Series Rookie of the Year title chase, didn’t join the battle up front until late-race. But the podium finish marked the weekend-best for the Pennsylvania driver, who finished 10th on Friday at Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Ky., and sixth on Saturday at Portsmouth (Ohio) Raceway Park.

“I wish we maybe could have started a little bit further up front,” Zeigler said. “I screwed up in qualifying. … Brandon (Overton) was really good. I think we maybe could have run second. I could run up on Jared (Hawkins) but once we got to him, I couldn’t really do nothing with him. He had a good car. We could pick them off back in the field there but these guys were a lot better than fourth on back. It would have been tough to get any better than where we were.”

Notes: Overton scored his fourth career Lucas Oil Series victory, his first since his Feb. 7 Georgia-Florida Speedweeks triumph at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Fla. … Overton’s previous highest payday came in the 2017 Firecracker 100 at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pa., where he earned $30,000. … The race was slowed by seven cautions, the final on lap 92 when Jimmy Owens and Josh Richards collided while battling for fourth.

Hillbilly 100 finish

Pos. Driver (car no.), hometown, chassis, earnings
1. Brandon Overton (76), Evans, Ga., Rocket, $50,000
2. Jared Hawkins (11H), Fairmont, W.Va., Rocket, $15,000
3. Mason Zeigler (25Z), Chalk Hill, Pa., Rocket, $9,800
4. Jimmy Owens (20), Newport, Tenn., Rocket, $6,800
5. Gregg Satterlee (22), Indiana, Pa., Rocket, $4,700
6. Tyler Erb (91), New Waverly, Texas, Rocket, $3,000
7. Jonathan Davenport (49), Blairsville, Ga., Longhorn $3,400
8. Scott Bloomquist (0), Mooresburg, Tenn., Sweet-Bloomquist, $2,800
9. Don O'Neal (5), Martinsville, Ind., Club 29 $2,500
10. Dennis Erb Jr. (28), Carpentersville, Ill., Rocket, $2,300
11. Greg Oakes (22), Franklinville, N.Y., Rocket, $1,500
12. Kyle Bronson (40B), Brandon, Fla., Rocket, $1,450
13. Robbie Scott (18S), Shinnston, W.Va., Rocket, $1,425
14. Mike Benedum (25), Salem, W.Va., Sweet-Bloomquist, $1,400
15. Darrell Lanigan (14), Union, Ky., Club 29, $2,075
16. Josh Richards (1), Shinnston, W.Va., Rocket, $2,350
17. Bobby Pierce (32), Oakwood, Ill., Rocket, $2,025
18. Earl Pearson Jr. (1), Jacksonville, Fla., Black Diamond, $2,100
19. Brandon Sheppard (1), New Berlin, Ill., Rocket, $1,275
20. Ricky Thornton Jr. (20RT), Chandler, Ariz., Club 29, $1,250
21. Tim McCreadie (39), Watertown, N.Y., Longhorn, $1,925
22. Chris Garnes (42), Evans, W.Va., Rocket, $1,200
23. Tyler Carpenter (28), Parkersburg, W.Va., Kryptonite, $1,200
24. Derek Doll (87), Greenwood, W.Va., Rocket, $1,200
25. Zack Dohm (17D), Cross Lanes, W.Va., Swartz, $1,200
26. Kyle Thomas (57), Pennsboro, W.Va., Kryptonite, $1,200
Lap leaders: Hawkins 1-69; Overton 70-100
Fast qualifier (among 42 cars): Hawkins, 12.507 seconds
Heat race winners: Hawkins, Bloomquist, T. Erb, Benedum
Consolation winners: McCreadie, Sheppard
Provisional starters: Oakes, Doll, Z. Dohm, Thomas

Preliminary results and notes:

Main event

Lap 100: Overton wins the Hillbilly 100.

Lap 92:
Richards and Owens make contact in turn two while battling for fourth. Richards spins to collect Pearson and Bronson, while Owens never slows and is able to continue.

Lap 86:
A yellow flag waves for Sheppard, who retires under the caution. Overton leads Hawkins, Mason Zeigler, Owens and Richards.

Lap 75:
Ricky Thornton Jr. spins in turn two to draw a caution. Kyle Bronson and Mike Benedum pit under the yellow.

Lap 73:
A yellow flag waves for debris on the racetrack. Overton leads Hawkins, Owens, Tyler Erb and Satterlee.

Lap 70:
Edging ahead of Hawkins out of turn two, Overton takes the lead.

Lap 68:
Rolling around the top side, Overton takes second, closing in on Hawkins.

Lap 59:
Just as Owens was set to make the pass for the lead out of turn four, a yellow flag waves when Don O'Neal slows in the top of turn four. Ninth-running Bloomquist pits under the caution. Tim McCreadie also heads to the hot pit with mechanical issues. Hawkins leads Owens, Tyler Erb, Overton and Satterlee.

Lap 52:
Owens continues to challenge Hawkins up front, as Tyler Erb, Satterlee and Brandon Overton battle three-wide for third.

Lap 44:
Tyler Carpenter falls off the pace in turn four to draw a caution. Hawkins leads Owens, Tyler Erb, Satterlee and Richards. Owens has been Hawkins's only serious challenger so far.

Lap 38:
Owens overtook Tyler Erb for second on the restart, 12th-starting Josh Richards charges to fourth.

Lap 36:
The first yellow flag waves on lap 36 when Kyle Thomas slows in turn two. Holding a comfortable lead in lapped traffic, Hawkins continues to show the way over Tyler Erb, Owens, Bloomquist and Satterlee. Starting 18th, Brandon Sheppard is up to ninth, while 20th-starting Jonathan Davenport has advanced to run 11th.

Lap 15:
The frontrunners work their way through lapped traffic. Hawkins leads Tyler Erb, Scott Bloomquist, Gregg Satterlee and Jimmy Owens.

Lap one:
Polesitter Jared Hawkins edges ahead of fellow front-row starter Tyler Erb to lead the first lap.

9:50 p.m.: Pre-race ceremonies are complete and drivers are given the call to start their engines. Cars start rolling out for pace laps.

9:32 p.m.:
Feature cars roll on to the frontstretch for driver introductions.

Pre-feature notes

With all of the Lucas Oil Series regulars qualifying for Sunday's Hillbilly 100 through prelims, two fast time provisionals were given out to Greg Oakes of Franklinville, N.Y., and Derek Doll of Greenwood, W.Va. … With Friday’s Hillbilly 50 winner Jacob Hawkins of Fairmont, W.Va., absent on Sunday, the race’s runner-up finisher Zack Dohm of Cross Lanes, W.Va., earned a spot in the starting lineup. … Kyle Thomas of Pennsboro, W.Va., was the other track provisional … Making their first-ever appearance at Tyler County, Ricky Thornton Jr. of Chandler, Ariz., and Bobby Pierce of Oakwood, Ill., qualified for the Hillbilly 100 for the first time. … Tyler Erb of New Waverly, Texas, Brandon Overton of Evans, Ga., and Kyle Bronson of Brandon, Fla., are among other drivers making their first-ever Hillbilly 100 start. Erb finished runner-up in Saturday’s unsanctioned Outhouse 50 at Tyler County. … Former Hillbilly 100 winners qualifying for Sunday’s feature include Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn., Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., Don O’Neal of Martinsville, Ind., Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, Fla., and Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga.

Hillbilly 100 lineup

Row 1: Jared Hawkins, Tyler Erb
Row 2: Scott Bloomquist, Mike Benedum
Row 3: Gregg Satterlee, Jimmy Owens
Row 4: Chris Garnes, Brandon Overton
Row 5: Don O’Neal, Kyle Bronson
Row 6: Mason Zeigler, Josh Richards
Row 7: Ricky Thornton Jr., Dennis Erb Jr.
Row 8: Bobby Pierce, Earl Pearson Jr.
Row 9: Tim McCreadie, Brandon Sheppard
Row 10: Tyler Carpenter, Jonathan Davenport
Row 11: Darrell Lanigan, Robbie Scott
Row 12: Greg Oakes, Derek Doll
Row 13: Zack Dohm, Kyle Thomas

Second consolation

Outside polesitter Brandon Sheppard edged ahead of fellow front-row starter Robbie Scott to take the lead, pulling away in the early laps. As the race neared the halfway mark, third-starting Davenport began reeling in second-running Scott to challenge for position. A yellow flag waved on lap eight when Derek Stefanick slowed on the backstretch. Sheppard held his lead on the restart, with Davenport overtaking Scott for second. With the top two cars distancing themselves from the field, Scott and Tim Dohm battle for the the final transfer spot in the final laps. Sheppard won the consolation, with Davenport running second. Scott finished third to transfer to the main event.

Finish (top three transfer): Brandon Sheppard, Jonathan Davenport, Robbie Scott, Tim Dohm, Colten Burdette, Austin Hubbard, Derek Doll, Kyle Thomas, T.J. Salango, Steven Roberts, Derek Stefanick. Scratched: Zack Dohm, Devin Moran.

First consolation

Rolling around the top side, Tim McCreadie took an early lead, with a yellow flag waving on the opening lap when Brian Baumberger and Ronnie Mayle collided on the frontstretch, with Baumberger spinning to a stop. Another yellow flag waved on the ensuing restart for a turn-two tangling involving Travis Brown, Dylan Bledsoe and Mayle and Baumberger. McCreadie maintained his lead as the race went back green, with Darrell Lanigan challenging Tyler Carpenter for the second-place spot. The pair raced side-by-side on lap eight, with Carpenter holding the advantage. Stretching his lead late-race, McCreadie won the consolation, with Carpenter and Lanigan rounding out the podium to transfer to the feature.

Finish (top three transfer): Tim McCreadie, Tyler Carpenter, Darrell Lanigan, Eddie Carrier Jr., Greg Oakes, Steve Weigle, Travis Brown, Cody Rogers, Dylan Bledsoe, Ronnie Mayle, Brian Baumberger. Scratched: Sonny Conley, Steve Sabo.

Consolation lineups

(15 laps; top two transfer)
First consolation
Row 1: Travis Brown, Tim McCreadie
Row 2: Darrell Lanigan, Eddie Carrier Jr.
Row 3: Brian Baumberger, Tyler Carpenter
Row 4: Greg Oakes, Cody Rogers
Row 5: Dylan Bledsoe, Steve Weigle
Row 6: Ronnie Mayle, Sonny Conley
Row 7: Steve Sabo
Second consolation
Row 1: Robbie Scott, Brandon Sheppard
Row 2: Jonathan Davenport, Zack Dohm
Row 3: Derek Doll, Tim Dohm
Row 4: Colten Burdette, Austin Hubbard
Row 5: Steven Roberts, T.J. Salango
Row 6: Kyle Thomas, Devin Moran
Row 7: Derek Stefanick

Fourth heat

Polesitter Mike Benedum charged to the lead at the drop of the green flag, with Brandon Sheppard, Earl Pearson Jr., Josh Richards and Devin Moran taking it four-wide for third in turns three and four. A yellow flag waved on the first lap when Moran slowed in turn one, retiring to the pits under the caution. Benedum held his lead on the restart, with second-starting Brandon Overton and Richards in tow. As the top two cars distanced themselves from the field, Overton challenged Benedum for the lead on lap seven, coming up short. The pair raced side-by-side at the line on lap 10, with Benedum nosing ahead to hang on to his lead. Fighting of Overton, Benedum won the heat, with Overton, Richards and Pearson transferring to the feature.

Finish (top four transfer): Mike Benedum, Brandon Overton, Josh Richrds, Earl Pearson Jr., Brandon Sheppard, Zack Dohm, Tim Dohm, Austin Hubbrd, T.J. Salango, Devin Moran.

Third heat

Edging ahead of fellow front-row starter Kyle Bronson out of turn two on the first lap, polesitter Tyler Erb began stretching his lead in the early running. It was eighth-starting Jimmy Owens on the move at the halfway point, charging around the top to take third on lap seven. Continuing his run, Owens overtook Bronson for second one circuit later. A yellow flag waved on lap 12 when Derek Stefanick slowed in turn two. Holding off Owens, Tyler Erb won the heat, with Owens finishing a narrow second. Bronson ran third, with Dennis Erb Jr. finishing fourth to transfer to the feature.

Finish (top four transfer): Tyler Erb, Jimmy Owens, Kyle Bronson, Dennis Erb Jr., Robbie Scott, Jonathan Davenport, Derek Doll, Colten Burdette, Steven Roberts, Kyle Thomas, Derek Stefanick.

Second heat

Polesitter Scott Bloomquist took an early lead, with fellow front-row starter Bobby Pierce falling back to fourth on the second lap. Bloomquist stretched his lead to almost a full straightaway at the halfway point, as third-starting Chris Garnes maintained the second spot over Mason Zeigler and Pierce. Dominating the entire distance, Bloomquist won the heat, with Garnes, Zeigler and Pierce transferring to the main event.

Finish (top four transfer): Scott Bloomquist, Chris Garnes, Mason Zeigler, Bobby Pierce, Tim McCreadie, Tyler Carpenter, Eddie Carrier Jr., Cody Rogers, Steve Weigle, Sonny Conley.

First heat

Polesitter Jared Hawkins shot to the front of the field at the drop of the green flag, with a yellow flag waving on the first lap when outside polesitter Greg Oakes collided with Darrell Lanigan, spinning in turn four. Lanigan pitted under the caution with a flat tire, returning to the tail of the field. Another yellow flag waved on the ensuing restart when Dylan Bledsoe spun in turns one and two. Fourth-starting Gregg Satterlee began closing in on Hawkins as the race went back green, with the pair racing side-by-side on the fourth lap. With Hawkins maintaining his lead at the halfway mark, a tight battle ensued for the fourth-place spot between Travis Brown and Ricky Thornton Jr. Pulling away in the final laps, Hawkins won the heat, with Satterlee finishing second. Don O’Neal ran third, with Thornton taking the fourth and final transfer spot.

Finish (top four transfer): Jared Hawkins, Gregg Satterlee, Don O’Neal, Ricky Thornton Jr., Travis Brown, Darrell Lanigan, Brian Baumberger, Greg Oakes, Dylan Bledson, Ronnie Mayle. Scratched: Steve Sabo.

Heat race lineups

(15 laps; top four transfer)
First heat
Row 1: Jared Hawkins, Greg Oakes
Row 2: Darrell Lanigan, Gregg Satterlee
Row 3: Don O’Neal, Ricky Thornton Jr.
Row 4: Ronnie Mayle, Brian Baumberger
Row 5: Travis Brown, Dylan Bledsoe
Row 6: Steve Sabo
Second heat
Row 1: Scott Bloomquist, Bobby Pierce
Row 2: Chris Garnes, Mason Zeigler
Row 3: Tim McCreadie, Eddie Carrier Jr.
Row 4: Steve Weigle, Tyler Carpenter
Row 5: Sonny Conley, Cody Rogers
Third heat
Row 1: Tyler Erb, Kyle Bronson
Row 2: Dennis Erb Jr., Derek Doll
Row 3: Robbie Scott, Kyle Thomas
Row 4: Jonathan Davenport, Jimmy Owens
Row 5: Colten Burdette, Steven Roberts
Fourth heat
Row 1: Mike Benedum, Brandon Overton
Row 2: Earl Pearson Jr., Josh Richards
Row 3: Brandon Sheppard, Devin Moran
Row 4: Tim Dohm, Zack Dohm
Row 5: Austin Hubbard, T.J. Salango

Pre-race setup

The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series wraps up a busy holiday weekend tripleheader on Sunday at Tyler County Speedway in Middlebourne, W.Va. The 50th annual Hillbilly 100 pays $50,000-to-win, making it the richest one-day event in Dirt Late Model history.

Lucas Oil Series points leader Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., is the defending Hillbilly 100 winner, picking up a $25,000 payday at Tyler County before going on to score his second career World 100 victory last September. Other recent Hillbilly 100 winners on hand for Sunday’s event include Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn. (2016 and ’15), Don O’Neal of Martinsville, Ind. ('14), and Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn. ('13).

Home-state driver Eddie Carrier Jr. of Salt Rock was the winner of Friday’s series stop at Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Ky., while Brandon Sheppard of New Berlin, Ill., scored his fourth Lucas Oil victory of 2018 on Saturday at Portsmouth (Ohio) Raceway Park. Both drivers are among Sunday's field.

Sunday’s program includes hot laps, time trials, four heat races, two consolations and the 100-lap, $50,000-to-win main event. The top four cars from each heat will transfer to the feature, with the top three cars transferring from each consolation. Series and track provisionals will make up the final two rows of the feature lineup. Legends will also be in action.

Time trial results

Driver (car no.), hometown, time
Group A
Jared Hawkins (11), Fairmont, W.Va., 12.507
Scott Bloomquist (0), Mooresburg, Tenn., 12.534
Greg Oakes (22), Franklinville, N.Y., 12.564
Bobby Pierce (32), Oakwood, Ill., 12.622
Darrell Lanigan (14), Union, Ky., 12.627
Chris Garnes (42), Evans, W.Va., 12.659
Mason Zeigler (25z), Chalk Hill, Pa., 12.672
Gregg Satterlee (22), Indiana, Pa., 12.672
Don O’Neal (5), Martinsville, Ind., 12.724
Tim McCreadie (39), Watertown, N.Y., 12.754
Ricky Thornton Jr. (20rt), Chandler, Ariz., 12.796
Eddie Carrier Jr. (10), Salt Rock, W.Va., 12.805
Ronnie Mayle (50), Chesterhill, Ohio, 12.826
Steve Weigle (75W), Middlebourne, W.Va., 12.845
Brian Baumberger (32B), Crooksville, Ohio, 12.904
Tyler Carpenter (28), Parkersburg, W.Va., 13.017
Travis Brown (31), Jacksonburg, W.Va., 13.140
Sonny Conley (1x1), New Martinsville, W.Va., 13.307
Dylan Bledsoe (35), Belpre, Ohio, 13.314
Cody Rogers (22R), Spelter, W.Va., 13.320
Steve Sabo (16), Fremont, Ohio, no time
Group B
Tyler Erb (91), New Waverly, Texas, 12.576
Mike Benedum (25), Salem, W.Va., 12.616
Kyle Bronson (40B), Brandon, Fla., 12.668
Brandon Overton (116), Evans, Ga., 12.684
Dennis Erb Jr. (28), Carpentersville, Ill., 12.690
Earl Pearson Jr. (1), Jacksonville, Fla., 12.696
Derek Doll (87), Greenwood, W.Va., 12.708
Josh Richards (1), Shinnston, W.Va., 12.725
Robbie Scott (18S), Shinnston, W.Va., 12.740
Brandon Sheppard (1), New Berlin, Ill., 12.774
Kyle Thomas (57), Pennsboro, W.Va., 12.783
Devin Moran (9), Dresden, Ohio, 12.808
Jonathan Davenport (49), Blairsville, Ga., 12.812
Tim Dohm (6), Cross Lanes, W.Va.,12.813
Jimmy Owens (20), Newport, Tenn., 12.814
Zack Dohm (17), Cross Lanes, W.Va., 12.886
Colten Burdette (44B), Parkersburg, W.Va., 12.953
Austin Hubbard (11), Seaford, Del., 13.014
Steven Roberts (111), Jesup, Ga., 13.015
T.J. Salango (1MD), Beckley, W.Va., 13.358
Derek Stefanick (65), Imperial, Pa., 13.522

Feature lineup

Row 1: Hawkins, T. Erb
Row 2: Bloomquist, Benedum
Row 3: Satterlee, Owens
Row 4: Garnes, Overton
Row 5: O’Neal, Bronson
Row 6: Zeigler, Richards
Row 7: Thornton, D. Erb
Row 8: Pierce, Pearson
Row 9: McCreadie, Sheppard
Row 10: Carpenter, Davenport
Row 11: Lanigan, Scott
Row 12: Oakes, Doll
Row 13: Z. Dohm, Thomas

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