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September 6
Eldora Speedway,
Rossburg, OH
Sanction: DIRTcar Racing (non-touring) (World 100 Thursday odd prelim) - $10,000
Information provided by: Alli Collis, Robert Holman and Kevin Kovac (last updated September 7, 2:53 pm)
Bloomquist tops Moyer, wins World 100 opener
World 100 Thursday odd prelim
  1. Scott Bloomquist
  2. Billy Moyer
  3. Michael Norris
  4. Don O'Neal
  5. Dale McDowell
  6. Bobby Pierce
  7. Josh Richards
  8. Brandon Sheppard
  9. Tyler Erb
  10. Chris Madden
  11. Dennis Erb Jr.
  12. Mason Zeigler
  13. Devin Moran
  14. Devin Gilpin
  15. Mike Spatola
  16. Dustin Nobbe
  17. Greg Johnson
  18. Shane Clanton
  19. Nick Hoffman
  20. Ivedent Lloyd Jr.
  21. Jason Feger
  22. Duane Chamberlain
  23. Jonathan Henry
  24. Mike Marlar
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Scott Bloomquist salutes the crowd after his $10,000 victory.
What won the race: Taking advantage of Billy Moyer’s bobble in turn two, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn., grabbed the lead on lap 20 and paced the final five circuits to win the odd preliminary feature at Eldora Speedway on Thursday, opening the weekend of the 48th annual World 100.
Key notes: Watch all the weekend action live via DirtonDirt.com pay-per-view. ... Eldora hosts the 48th running of Dirt Late Model racing's richest race. ... Entries are split between odd-even qualifiers Thursday and Friday with two complete $10,000-to-win race programs. ... Prelim points accrued set Saturday's heat race lineups. ... The weekend payout is $436,800. ... New for 2018 is $10,000 in bonuses for top preliminary performers. ... Shane Unger Rookie of the Race bonuses pay out another $5,000.
On the move: The winning Bloomquist started seventh, while chassis-mate Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, Ga., advanced from 12th to round out the top five.
Winner's sponsors: The winning Sweet-Bloomquist Race Car is powered by an Andy Durham Racing Engine and is sponsored by Reece Monuments, New Direction, Valvoline, Allstar Performance, Sorbera Chiropractic, Horton Coal, Hawkeye Trucking, CrossFit Overton, CatSpot Litter, Penske Shocks, Go Lithium, Petroff Towing and Sweet Manufacturing.
Car count: 101
Fast qualifier: Brandon Sheppard
Time: 15.203 seconds
Polesitter: Billy Moyer
Heat race winners: Scott Bloomquist, Chris Madden, Michael Norris, Mike Marlar, Billy Moyer
Consolation race winners: Mason Zeigler, Devin Moran
Next series race: Sept. 7, Eldora Speedway, Rossburg, Ohio, $10,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
By Alli Collis, Robert Holman and Kevin Kovac

ROSSBURG, Ohio. — It was only a prelim. Still, Hall of Famers Scott Bloomquist and Billy Moyer of Batesville, Ark., showed just why their names are synonymous with success at famed Eldora Speedway.

Starting on the fourth row, Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn., charged forward to win Thursday’s odd preliminary feature, opening the 48th annual World 100 weekend with a victory on a long day after action at the half-mile oval was delayed twice by rain showers.

Taking advantage of the polesitting Moyer’s bobble in turn two, Bloomquist zipped by to grab the lead on lap 20 and paced the final five circuits to win. It was a smooth night for the 54-year-old Bloomquist, who earned $10,000 for the victory.

“I was pretty sure we were going to get (Moyer),” Bloomquist said. “He ran a little harder tire than everybody out there, and it seemed to be working good for him, you know? … But I think our car was better. I’m just looking forward to Saturday.

“People think we like all that controversy, when actually I prefer a nice smooth weekend. Let’s hope we have one."

The late night — the green flag didn’t drop on the first feature until after 3 a.m. — didn’t seem to hamper the two Dirt Late Model titans.

Moyer led 20 laps and appeared headed for his second straight Eldora victory after capturing Sunday's 11th annual Baltes Classic. Instead he settle for second. Michael Norris of Sarver Pa., finished third, while fifth-starting Don O’Neal of Martinsville, Ind., finished fourth. Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, Ga., rallied from 12th to finish fifth in a race highlighted by heavy hitters.

Bloomquist, who won the first heat, had to work hard after being saddled with the seventh starting position following the redraw. While most opted to slide all the way up to the cushion, which was about two car widths off of the wall, Bloomquist instead dove to the bottom.

It paid dividends as he was up to sixth when fifth-running Mike Marlar tagged the wall in turn two to bring out the first caution. Bloomquist then went after another Eldora stalwart, O’Neal. Charging the corner in the low grove, Bloomquist grabbed the third spot from O’Neal on lap 10 and began to reel in Norris.

Four laps later he got the break he needed when Duane Chamberlain slowed with a flat tire and right side body damage to draw the second caution.

Bloomquist made quick work of Norris on the restart, getting by the young Pennsylvanian and setting his sights on the race-long leader. Moyer started from the pole and led comfortably until he jumped the cushion, giving Bloomquist the opening he needed.

Moyer said difficulties when a piece of his car’s nose fell to the track while he was running the cushion “definitely cost us the race.”

“Still, we’ll hold our head up. Second ain’t bad,” he added. “We’re still looking at the big picture here Saturday. We’re ready. Thanks to all the fans for hanging out until whatever time it is.”

Norris said he found himself a bit awestruck while racing two of the sport’s most recognizable stars. His third-place finish backed up his victory in a World of Outlaws preliminary feature at his home track, Lernerville Speedway, back in June.

“I learned a lot, but I was definitely fan-boying it pretty hard there,” said the 26-year-old Norris. “I’m like, ‘Wow, I’m racing with Billy Moyer and Bloomquist at Eldora.’ That’s what dreams are made of.

“I think I might’ve gotten a little excited there and got my stuff hot. I feel like I was pretty good, but they’re tough. We’re happy and it’s something to build off of.”

Preliminary notes and results

Feature lineup

Row 1: Billy Moyer, Josh Richards
Row 2: Michael Norris, Mike Marlar
Row 3: Don O’Neal, Dustin Nobbe
Row 4: Scott Bloomquist, Brandon Sheppard
Row 5: Tyler Erb, Chris Madden
Row 6: Johnson, Dale McDowell
Row 7: Bobby Pierce, Ivedent Lloyd Jr.
Row 8: Dennis Erb Jr., Mike Spatola
Row 9: Devin Gilpin, Shane Clanton
Row 10: Nick Hoffman, Jon Henry
Row 11: Mason Zeigler, Devin Moran
Row 12: Jason Feger, Duane Chamberlain

Second consolation

Taking advantage of a restart with two laps remaining, Devin Moran of Dresden, Ohio, used a slider in turn two to grab the lead from race-long leader Gordy Gundaker, Moran went on to win the second consolation in front of Duane Chamberlain and Jack Sullivan, as Gundaker slid all the way back to fourth. Powering into the lead from his outside front row starting spot, Gundaker led the opening lap and appeared to be on his way to a win until multiple cautions slowed his effort. The caution waved on lap four for Greg Roberson who slowed on the backstretch. A second caution appeared on lap 11 for Kody Evans and Cade Dillard, who got together in turn two. Second-running Ross Robinson slowed to bring out the third caution after suffering right front damage on a lap 11 restart.

Finish (top two transfer): Devin Moran, Duane Chamberlain, Jack Sullivan, Gordy Gundaker, Justin Williams, Chad Stapleton, Rob Anderzack, Steve Casebolt, Nick Fenner, Ross Robinson, Cade Dillard, Kody Evans, Greg Roberson. Scratched: Joey Coulter, Mike Benedum.

First consolation

Beating Jason Feger through turns one and two on a lap nine restart, Mason Zeigler of Chalk Hill, Pa., powered ahead to complete a flag-to-flag victory in the first consolation race. Zeigler beat Feger, the polesitter, by a second, while Feger nabbed the final transfer position after turning back an early charge from Dwight Falcon. Chase Junghans finished third and Forrest Trent was fourth. Falcon slowed on lap nine with a flat tire and a damaged right rear quarterpanel on lap nine ending the night for the young Louisiana drive and bunching the field with three laps remaining.

Finish (top two transfer): Mason Zeigler, Jason Feger, Chase Junghans, Forrest Trent, Jeff Roth, Nick Latham, Jeep VanWormer, Shannon Throneberry, Jay Johnson, Casey Noonan, Kyle Hammer, Dwight Falcon, Bryant Dickinson. Scratched: Jason Whitaker, Tim Manville.

Consolation lineups

(12 laps, top two transfer)
First consolation
Row 1: Jason Feger, Mason Zeigler
Row 2: Dwight Falcon, Chase Junghans
Row 3: Forrest Trent, Jeff Roth
Row 4: Jay Johnson, Kyle Hammer
Row 5: Jeep VanWormer, Shannon Thornsberry
Row 6: Nick Latham, Casey Noonan
Row 7: Jason Whitaker, Bryant Dickinson
Row 8: Tim Manville
Second consolation
Row 1: Chad Stapleton, Gordy Gundaker
Row 2: Greg Roberson, Devin Moran
Row 3: Duane Chamberlain, Ross Robinson
Row 4: Jack Sullivan, Rob Anderzack
Row 5: Kody Evans, Joey Coulter
Row 6: Justin Williams, Steve Casebolt
Row 7: Cade Dillard, Nick Fenner
Row 8: Mike Benedum

Odd heat notes

Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn., said he “didn’t qualify quite as well” as he would have liked, but his time-trial effort gave him the outside pole for the first heat and he took advantage of it to capture the race. “It took a lap or two to get some heat in the front tires … the car is good,” he related. … Cade Dillard of Robeline, La., experienced heartbreak in the first heat, blowing a right-rear tire while running third. The first-time Eldora entrant had crinkled his car’s right-rear bodywork on the opening circuit in a scrape with Bloomquist. … Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., didn’t sound too thrilled with his victory in the second heat. “We haven’t been any good since we’ve been here and we still aren’t any good,” he said. “We just started on the front row and managed to manhandle the thing to the win. The racetrack needs to slow down for us.” … Michael Norris of Sarver, Pa., parlayed an aggressive move to slide ahead of Dustin Nobbe on the race’s opening lap into a victory in the third heat. “I hope I left Dustin enough room there,” the Lernerville Speedway champion said. “But it’s Eldora … I thought I had him cleared so I went for it.” … Mike Marlar of Winfield, Tenn., overcame an inversion that started him fourth to win Heat 4. “I got a good start there,” said Marlar, who will also start fourth in the 25-lap even feature. “That was the key to the whole deal. That just made things way better in clean air (out front).” … Just days after winning the Baltes Classic at Eldora, Billy Moyer of Batesville, Ark., will start from the pole position in the odd feature after winning the fifth heat. “It felt decent,” the 60-year-old Hall of Famer said. “But everybody’s fighting those holes, so we’ll just have to stay on top of it.”

Fifth heat

Surviving contact as the field raced to the green on the opening lap, polesitter Billy Moyer of Batesville, Ark., led all 10 laps to win the fifth heat. Dennis Erb Jr. fell in line in second to give chase. Don O’Neal took the second spot from Erb Jr. on lap five, but couldn’t catch Moyer, who won five five lengths. Jon Henry finished fourth to transfer to Thursday’s first feature. Joey Coulter slowed in turn four to bring out a caution on lap four.

Finish (top four transfer): Billy Moyer, Don O’Neal, Dennis Erb Jr., Jon Henry, Dwight Falcon, Duane Chamberlain, Kyle Hammer, Joey Coulter. Scratched: Jason Whitaker, Mike Benedum.

Fourth heat

Blasting into the lead from the fourth starting position, Mike Marlar of Winfield, Tenn., pulled ahead on the opening lap. Marlar had a comfortable lead on Ivedent Lloyd Jr. when Steve Casebolt slowed on lap two with a flat tire, bringing out the first caution. Restarting on the outside, Marlar pulled ahead again, this time in front of Tyler Erb, who took second from Lloyd on the restart. Marlar won easily, finishing 1.136 seconds in front of Erb, while Lloyd took third and Nick Hoffman finished fourth to take the final transfer spot.

Finish (top four transfer): Mike Marlar, Tyler Erb, Ivedent Lloyd Jr., Nick Hoffman, Gordy Gundaker, Forrest Trent, Jack Sullivan, Shannon Thornsberry, Steve Casebolt. Scratched: Tim Manville.

Third heat

Polesitter Michael Norris of Sarver, Pa., used a slider exiting turn four on the opening lap to grab the lead from Dustin Nobbe and pulled away to win the caution free third heat. The Pennsylvanian cruised to a 3.382-second victory over Nobbe. Nobbe jumped the cushion in turn two on lap five allowing Norris to skate away even further, but still managed to stay in front of third-running Bobby Pierce. Pierce settled for third, with 2008 World 100 winner Shane Clanton taking the final transfer spot. Devin Moran suffered some body damage to his right door and finished sixth.

Finish (top four transfer): Michael Norris, Dustin Nobbe, Bobby Pierce, Shane Clanton, Mason Zeigler, Devin Moran, Jay Johnson, Kody Evans, Casey Noonan, Nick Fenner.

Second heat

Polesitter Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., jumped to a first-lap lead ahead of fellow front row starter Devin Gilpin and pulled away to win the second heat. Madden won by 1.421 seconds in front of third-starting Josh Richards who grabbed the second spot from Gilpin on lap two. Dale McDowell challenged Richards for the runner-up spot, but settled for third. Gilpin dropped all the way to fourth before turning back Chad Stapleton and Chase Junghans mid-race to take the final transfer spot.

Finish (top four transfer): Chris Madden, Josh Richards, Dale McDowell, Devin Gilpin, Chad Stapleton, Chase Junghans, Ross Robinson, Jeep VanWormer, Justin Williams, Bryant Dickinson.

First heat

Despite pushing high in turn two on the opening lap, four-time World 100 winner Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn., grabbed the lead over Cade Dillard as they completed the first circuit and raced out to a huge lead until a lap eight caution. Bloomquist restarted on the outside front row with two to go and immediately pulled away from Brandon Sheppard to win the evening’s first heat. Sheppard, who started fourth, finished second, 1.338 seconds behind the winner. Third-starting Greg Johnson finished third and Mike Spatola grabbed the fourth and final transfer spot after starting fifth. Dillard, who had right rear sheet metal damage from contact on lap one, shredded a right rear tire and brought out the lap-eight caution.

Finish (top four transfer): Scott Bloomquist, Brandon Sheppard, Greg Johnson, Mike Spatola, Jason Feger, Greg Roberson, Jeff Roth, Rob Anderzack, Nick Latham, Cade Dillard.

Odd heat race lineups

(10 laps; top four transfer)
First heat
Row 1: Cade Dillard, Scott Bloomquist
Row 2: Greg Johnson, Brandon Sheppard
Row 3: Mike Spatola, Nick Latham
Row 4: Jason Feger, Greg Roberson
Row 5: Jeff Roth, Rob Anderzack
Second heat
Row 1: Chris Madden, Devin Gilpin
Row 2: Josh Richards, Dale McDowell
Row 3: Chad Stapleton, Chase Junghans
Row 4: Ross Robinson, Justin Williams
Row 5: Bryant Dickinson, Jeep VanWormer
Third heat
Row 1: Michael Norris, Dustin Nobbe
Row 2: Shane Clanton, Bobby Pierce
Row 3: Kody Evans, Devin Moran
Row 4: Mason Zeigler, Jay Johnson
Row 5: Casey Noonan, Nick Fenner
Fourth heat
Row 1: Shannon Thornsberry, Ivedent Lloyd Jr.
Row 2: Tyler Erb, Mike Marlar
Row 3: Nick Hoffman, Forrest Trent
Row 4: Jack Sullivan, Gordy Gundaker
Row 5: Steve Casebolt, Tim Manville
Fifth heat
Row 1: Billy Moyer, Joey Coulter
Row 2: Dennis Erb Jr., Don O’Neal
Row 3: Jon Henry, Dwight Falcon
Row 4: Duane Chamberlain, Kyle Hammer
Row 5: Jason Whitaker, Mike Benedum

Rain delay

Afternoon and then evening rain pushed back the start of the event. Time trials finally got rolling at 11:22 p.m. for a program destined to go into the wee hours. After rain from about 2:30-4:30 p.m., a drizzle began during hot laps shortly after 7 p.m. and turned into a light but steady rain 12 cars into time trials, forcing officials to red flag the qualifying session at 8 p.m. to wait out the weather. After the rain stopped pack trucks and then another session of hot laps whipped the track surface back into shape.

Time trial results

Driver (car no.), hometown, time
Brandon Sheppard (1), New Berlin, Ill., 15.203
Chris Ferguson (22), Mount Holly, N.C., 15.259
Dale McDowell (17m), Chickamauga, Ga., 15.453
Zack Dohm (17), Cross Lanes, W.Va., 15.456
Bobby Pierce (32), Oakwood, Ill., 15.475
Ryan King (1G), Seymour, Tenn., 15.481
MIke Marlar (157), Winfield, Tenn., 15.487
Doug Drown (12D), Wooster, Ohio, 15.501
Don O’Neal (5), Martinsville, Ind., 15.524
Earl Pearson Jr. (1), Jacksonville, Fla., 15.545
Greg Johnson (17J), Bedford, Pa., 15.557
Shannon Babb (18), Moweaqua, Ill., 15.600
Josh Richards (1), Shinnston, W.Va., 15.622
Austin Smith (84), Rome, Ga., 15.627
Shane Clanton (25), Zebulon, Ga., 15.634
Donald McIntosh (58), Dawsonville, Ga., 15.648
Tyler Erb (91), New Waverly, Texas, 15.649
Steven Roberts (111), Jesup, Ga., 15.654
Dennis Erb Jr. (28), Carpentersville, Ill., 15.666
Jimmy Mars (28), Menomonie, Wis., 15.674
Scott Bloomquist (0), Mooresburg, Tenn., 15.678
Billy Moyer Jr. (21jr), Batesville, Ark., 15.681
Devin Gilpin (1G), Columbus, Ind., 15.691
Brian Birkhofer (30), Muscatine, Iowa, 15.695
Dustin Nobbe (5N), Batesville, Ind., 15.715
Frank Heckenast Jr. (99jr), Frankfort, Ill.    15.716
Ivedent Lloyd Jr. (6), Ocala, Fla., 15.721
Brian Shirley (3S), Chatham, Ill., 15.723
Joey Coulter (2), Concord, N.C., 15.741
Freddie Carpenter (K), Parkersburg, W.Va., 15.754
Cade Dillard (97), Robeline, La., 15.762
Chad Simpson (25), Mount Vernon, Iowa, 15.763
Chris Madden (44), Gray Court, S.C., 15.764
Kent Robinson (7R), Bloomington, Ind., 15.766
Michael Norris (72), Sarver, Pa., 15.780
Robby Hensley (21H), Walton, Ky., 15.782
Shannon Thornsberry (17), Martin, Ky., 15.787
Tim McCreadie (39), Watertown, N.Y., 15.860
Billy Moyer (21), Batesville, Ark., 15.864
Darrell Lanigan (14), Union, Ky., 15.876
Mike Spatola (89), Manhattan, Ill., 15.877
Kyle Bronson (40B), Brandon, Fla., 15.895
Chad Stapleton (32), Edinburgh, Ind., 15.896
Devin Moran (9), Dresden, Ohio, 15.907
Rod Conley (71R), Wheelersburg, Ohio, 15.927
Kody Evans (4G), Camden, Ohio, 15.933
Ricky Thornton Jr. (20rt), Chandler, Ariz., 15.938
Nick Hoffman (2), Mooresville, N.C., 15.958
Jon Henry (20H), Ada, Ohio, 15.964
Jonathan Davenport (49), Blairsville, Ga., 15.964
Joey Moriarty (51), Phoenix, Ariz., 15.974
Nick Latham (31), Winchester, Ohio, 15.981
Jonathan Rowan (56), Whiteville, Tenn., 15.993
Shanon Buckingham (50), Morristown, Tenn., 15.998
Chase Junghans (18), Manhattan, Kan., 15.998
Brandon Overton (116), Evans, Ga., 16.025
Forrest Trent (101), Morristown, Tenn., 16.041
Tyler Bruening (16), Decorah, Iowa, 16.079
Dwight Falcon (995), Pine Grove, La., 16.094
Jason Hughes (4H), Watts, Okla., 16.102
Jason Feger (25), Bloomington, Ill., 16.122
Jason Jameson (12), Lawrenceburg, Ind., 16.142
Ross Robinson (7), Georgetown, Del., 16.154
Blake Spencer (6S), St. Augustine, Fla., 16.167
Mason Zeigler (25z), Chalk Hill, Pa., 16.170
Rob Toland (39), Hinsdale, Ill., 16.179
Jack Sullivan (18), Greenbrier, Ark., 16.188
Michael Chilton (97), Salvisa, Ky., 16.223
Duane Chamberlain (20c), Richmond, Ind., 16.233
Will Roland (22), Jasper, Ga., 16.252
Greg Roberson (19), Waynesboro, Va., 16.256
Jimmy Owens (20), Newport, Tenn., 16.261
Josh Putnam (212), Florence, Ala., 16.266
Justin Williams (89W), Concord, Va, 16.275
Jay Johnson (93), West Burlington, Iowa, 16.297
Vic Hill (1), Mosheim, Tenn., 16.307
Gordy Gundaker (11), St. Charles, Mo., 16.331
Jerry Bowersock (95j), Wapakoneta, Ohio, 16.347
Kyle Hammer (45), Clinton, Ill., 16.362
Matt Miller (3), Whitehouse, Ohio, 16.443
Jeff Roth (14R), Bentonville, Ark., 16.453
Josh Rice (12), Verona, Ky., 16.453
Bryant Dickinson (5*), Ionia, Mich., 16.461
Travis Stemler (2S), Ionia, Mich., 16.480
Casey Noonan (1N), Sylvania, Ohio, 16.501
Gregg Satterlee (22), Indiana, Pa., 16.530
Steve Casebolt (C9), Richmond, Ind., 16.552
Jon Hodgkiss (69), Kennedy Township, Pa., 16.774
Jason Whitaker (w13), Cincinnati, Ohio, 16.832
Chris Simpson (32), Oxford, Iowa, 16.856
Rob Anderzack (8a), Swanton, Ohio, 16.899
Brett Miller (M8), Metamora, Ohio, 16.905
Jeep Van Wormer (55), Pinconning, Mich., 16.930
Tyler Carpenter (28), Parkersburg, W.Va., 17.299
Nick Fenner (22), Morenci, Mich., 18.187
Michael Page (18), Douglasville, Ga., no time
Scott James (83), Bright, Ind., no time
Mike Benedum (25), Salem, W.Va., no time
Tim Manville (33), Highland, Ill., no time

Thursday race schedule

5 p.m.: Drivers’ meeting
6 p.m.: Hot laps
7:55 p.m.: Invocation and national anthem
8 p.m.: Racing begins
(Tentative schedule)
- 10 heat races (10 laps; alternating odd/even with four transferring to main event)
- Four consolation races (12 laps; two for odd, two for even and top from each transferring to main event)
- Odd feature race (25 laps)
- Even feature race (25 laps)

Thursday event schedule

6 a.m.-6 p.m.: Showers open (front of Lot 2)
7-11 a.m.: Breakfast at turn four concessions
8 a.m.: Hillside markings may begin
10 a.m.: Turn-three race registration opens (pit passes and media credential sign-in)
10 a.m.: Main gate ticket office opens (tickets, pit passes and will call)
10 a.m.: Turn-four ticket office opens (tickets and pit passes)
11 a.m.: Turn-three pit gate opens
11 a.m.-4:30 p.m.: Technical inspection for Late Models
11 a.m.: All ADA parking opens (permit required)
11 a.m.: Grandstand cleared and secured for grand opening
Noon: All admission gates/suites/concessions open
5 p.m.: Drivers’ meeting
6:30 p.m.: Hot laps
8 p.m.: Racing begins

Feature lineup

Row 1: Moyer, Richards
Row 2: Norris, Marlar
Row 3: O’Neal, Nobbe
Row 4: Bloomquist, Sheppard
Row 5: T. Erb, Madden
Row 6: Johnson, McDowell
Row 7: Pierce, Lloyd Jr.
Row 8: D. Erb Jr., Spatola
Row 9: Gilpin, Clanton
Row 10: Hoffman, Henry
Row 11: Zeigler, Moran
Row 12: Feger, Chamberlain

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