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Davenport, Strand, and Berg Snare Wild West Shootout Opener Wins

Jonathan Davenport – Ricky Thornton, Jr. — Mike Ruefer photo

Aaron Clay, SAN TAN VALLEY, Ariz. (January 9th, 2021) – The C&D Bonding green flag officially flew on the 15th annual Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout presented by O’Reilly parts on Saturday, featuring a staggering 171 total entries, across all three divisions.

Tony Toste of Pismo Beach, Calif., led the way in group qualifying for the Dirt Track Bank Super Late Model division presented by Black Diamond Race Cars, speeding around the small 3/8th’s mile FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway track surface in 15.114 seconds.  Toste earned the $100 SportTruck RV Fast Time Award presented by Screven Motor Speedway for his efforts and became eligible for the $1,000 Premier Waste Services Shock the Clock program, which will be awarded to the Super Late Model driver who sets the quickest overall time throughout the entire event.  Unfortunately for Toste, that is where his good fortune ended, as he incurred damage and was unable to finish his heat race, before suffering mechanical problems in his B-main later in the evening, ending his night.

The 59 Dirt Track Bank Super Late Models presented by Black Diamond Race Cars were split into six groups on Saturday, with Bobby Pierce of Oakwood, Ill., Jason Feger of Bloomington, Ill., Tyler Erb of New Waverly, Texas, Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., Ricky Thornton Jr. of Chandler, Ariz., and Garrett Alberson of Las Cruces, N.M., each earning victories in their respective heat races.  These six drivers each took part in the Schaeffer Oil Redraw, drawing for their starting positions in the upcoming 40-lap feature, with Alberson securing the $100 Gorsuch Performance Solutions Pole Award.

Jonathan Davenport secured the outside front row starting position and that was all he needed, firing off to lead the start of the main event, blazing around the top of FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway, which proved to be the preferred line throughout the night.  Davenport was setting a blistering pace and began hitting lapped traffic by lap eight, with Ricky Thornton Jr. and Garrett Alberson in hot pursuit.

Thornton Jr. began cutting into Davenport’s lead, as the race eclipsed the halfway mark, while Alberson remained in striking distance of both; However, the race suddenly experienced a rash of Midwest Sheet Metal caution flags, with Bobby Pierce slowing on lap 25, having suffered a flat right rear tire.  Pierce was able to rejoin the field, only to suffer another flat right rear tire on lap 32, ending his night.

Two other Midwest Sheet Metal caution flags flew between Pierce’s incidents, as Rusty Schlenk of McClure, Ohio, spun at the entrance of turn one on the lap 26 restart, before Donny Schatz of Fargo, N.D., spun in turn two on the lap 28 restart.

Up until Pierce’s second flat tire caused the fourth and final caution flag, Davenport continued to have his hands full with Thornton Jr. on each restart.  Thornton Jr. was able to get underneath Davenport on several occasions, trading the lead with him on lap 27, then leading lap 31 at the line, by a nose; However, Ricky was unable to clear Davenport, allowing “Superman” to maintain the preferred high line.

As the saying goes, timing is everything and Davenport appeared to be his strongest on the final restart, with eight laps remaining.  Davenport completely checked out and ran away in the closing laps, gapping Thornton Jr. by 1.157 seconds at the finish, collecting the $5,000 prize.  Brian Shirley of Chatham, Ill., kept pace with Davenport and Thornton Jr., but just didn’t quite have enough to contend and settled for third place on Saturday, while Chris Simpson of Oxford, Iowa, charged in the closing laps, to claim fourth.  Cody Laney of Torrance, Calif., impressed many after finishing second in his heat race earlier in the evening, before rounding out the top-five in Saturday’s feature.

Making his debut in the Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts, Chad Simpson of Mount Vernon, Iowa, advanced the most positions on Saturday, finishing eighth after starting 22nd.  Chad earned the $500 Premier Waste Service Hard Charger Award and takes the early lead for most positions gained throughout the entire event, an honor which will pay $1,000 the Super Late Model driver who passes the most combined cars over the six race miniseries.

Davenport’s triumph is the fourth of his career in Wild West Shootout history, moving him out of a six-way tie for 10th place on the all-time event wins list and now into a six-way tie for fifth. “Superman” asserts himself as the only Super Late Model driver who could possibly contend for the Keyser Manufacturing Quarter-Million Challenge, a feat that has never been accomplished and is only awarded if a driver could somehow pull off the unthinkable; sweep the entire event, winning all six races.

The Mesilla Valley Transportation and Border Tire Modifieds Presented by Arizona Differential found a familiar face in Hoker Trucking victory lane on Saturday, as defending division champion, Dustin Strand of East Grand Forks, N.D., picked right back up where he left off in 2020.  On paper, it would appear that Strand ran away with the show, after leading all 25 laps; However, this could not be further from the truth.

While Strand enjoyed a large lead in the early laps of Saturday’s main event, he found himself in heavy lapped traffic during the closing laps, allowing Lucas Schott of Chatfield, Minn., and Shane Sabraski of Rice, Minn., to cut into his lead.  At one point, it appeared that Schott was going to make a move on Strand, who was still being delayed by cars he was attempting to lap.  Somehow, Strand was able to successfully navigate his way through the lapped cars, while staving off his challengers, securing the $1,000 victory by 0.669 seconds over Schott.

Meanwhile, Schott had his hands full with Sabraski at the line, narrowly nipping his fellow Minnesotan by 0.050 seconds, in a near photo finish for the runner-up spot.  Rodney Sanders of Happy, Texas and Tyler Peterson of Hickson, N.D., completed the top-five finishers in the Mesilla Valley Transportation and Border Tire Modified division presented by Arizona Differential.

The RHRSwag.com X-Mod division presented by Barnett Harley-Davidson featured a last-lap exchange of the lead on Saturday, though it was a bit of a rocky road to get there.  The 20-lap feature was slowed by several Midwest Sheet Metal caution flags, including a red flag on lap nine, for a multi-car incident at the entrance of turn one.

The race offered a three-way battle for the lead, between Jory Berg of Grand Forks, N.D., Brock Gronwold of Fergus Falls, Minn., and Parker Hale of Grand Meadows, Minn., with each driver remaining within striking distance of each other, throughout the event.  It was Berg who made a daring three-wide pass for the lead, getting underneath Gronwold and Hale just past the race’s halfway mark, after the red flag was lifted.  Berg continued to lead narrowly over Gronwold, with Hale in hot pursuit of both of them in the closing laps.

A debris caution setup a two-lap dash to the finish, as Berg remained committed to the inside line, while Gronwold railed the tricky cushion around the outside of FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway.  The two made contact at the exit of turn four, coming to the white flag, as Gronwold’s left front tire struck Berg’s right rear.  Both continued after the tangle, but Gronwold successfully thwarted Berg’s momentum, allowing him to dive underneath Berg at the entrance of turn one.  The two made slight contact again, as Berg allowed Gronwold to slide up the track in front of him, then executed a perfect crossover move at the exit of turn two, gaining the lead back from Gronwold.

Berg was able to sprint to the checkered flag just in front of Gronwold, by 0.329 seconds at the line, while Hale finished third, 0.625 seconds behind Berg.  Shane Sabraski wheeled Randy Laage’s X-Mod to a fourth place finish on Saturday, while Jake Smith of St. Joseph, Minn., completed the top-five.  Berg collected $500 for his first career Wild West Shootout victory, while an exhausted Gronwold stated “that was all I had”, proving he left it all on the track in those closing laps.

The 2021 Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts continues on Sunday, January 10th, with cars scheduled to hit the track for hot laps at 3:30pm local time (5:30pm eastern).

Online sales of single and multi-day tickets continue for the popular miniseries, which will pay over $200,000 in purses over six nights of Super Late Model, Modified and X-Mod racing with tripleheaders set for Jan. 9, 10, 13, 15, 16 and 17.

For more information on the 15th Annual Wild West Shootout, please visit www.WildWestShootout.net.

The Wild West Shootout is made possible by Keyser Manufacturing, O’Reilly Auto Parts, FK Rod Ends, Dirt Track Bank, Black Diamond Race Cars, Shaw Trucking, Schaeffer Oil, SportTruck RV, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Border Tire, Arizona Differential, RHR Racing Swag, Barnett Harley Davidson, Dirt Pro Grading & Padwork, Contractors & Developers (C&D) Bonding, Shocks by Hammer, Hoker Trucking, Premier Waste Services, Midwest Sheet Metal, Speedway Motors, Rodeo Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, VP Racing Fuel, Hoosier Racing Tires, Pro Power Engines, Penske Racing Shocks, Beaver Stripes, Gorsuch Performance Solutions, Toste Construction, Sipes Tractor & Transport Service, Total Ag Solutions, Merry’s Home Furnishings, The Joie of Seating, Schill Construction, Screven Motor Speedway, Whisler Investments, DirtDraft.com, FinishLine Graphics, and FloRacing.com.

 Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts
FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway (San Tan Valley, Arizona)
Saturday, January 9, 2021 Results

Mesilla Valley Transportation / Border Tire Modifieds presented by Arizona Differential

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 71-Dustin Strand[1]; 2. 69-Lucas Schott[6]; 3. 7A-Shane Sabraski[7]; 4. 20-Rodney Sanders[5]; 5. 1TPO-Tyler Peterson[14]; 6. 9E-Don Eischens[2]; 7. 4W-Tyler Wolff[3]; 8. 2J-Blake Jegtvig[8]; 9. 27X-Calvin Iverson[4]; 10. 37-Clint Johnson[19]; 11. 16-Jason VandeKamp[17]; 12. 19SB-Lance Mari[15]; 13. 73-Andy Jones[9]; 14. 21-Jacob Bleess[11]; 15. 91-Joe Duvall[16]; 16. 8-Dillon McCowan[22]; 17. 85-Jayson Good[12]; 18. 20T-Trevor Anderson[24]; 19. 5TK-Tyler Kaeter[20]; 20. 21H-Andy Bryant[13]; 21. 65-Tyler Davis[10]; 22. 111-Bumper Jones[21]; 23. 131-Royal Jones; 24. 04JR-Adam Ayotte[23]; 25. 444-Brooks Strength[18]

 

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 16-Jason VandeKamp[1]; 2. 37-Clint Johnson[2]; 3. 111-Bumper Jones[4]; 4. 04JR-Adam Ayotte[3]; 5. 4R-Jared Russell[5]; 6. 21X-Travis Saurer[10]; 7. G17-Fito Gallardo[7]; 8. K19-Will Krup[8]; 9. 25-Adam Bohlman[12]; 10. 2-Rusty Kollman[6]; 11. 7T-Joseph Thomas[24]; 12. 22A-Jonathon Ortega[16]; 13. 26G-Ryan Gierke[20]; 14. 88C-Matt Crafton[14]; 15. 54-Carlos Ahumada Sr[18]; 16. 85D-Mark Dotson[19]; 17. 22-Alan Bohlman[23]; 18. F15-Devin Fouquette[13]; 19. 3-Tim Tharp[11]; 20. 30L-Matt Leer[17]; 21. 3R-Dusty Seitz[21]; 22. 22M-Davey Mills[9]; 23. 24M-Chuck Metzger[22]; 24. 99-Terry Tipton[15]; 25. 43A-Anthony Merritt[25]

 

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 444-Brooks Strength[3]; 2. 5TK-Tyler Kaeter[7]; 3. 8-Dillon McCowan[8]; 4. 20T-Trevor Anderson[4]; 5. 65X-Carlos Ahumada Jr[6]; 6. 24-Xavier Ortega[1]; 7. J17-Jake Gallardo[10]; 8. 30-Travis Tipton[2]; 9. 88-Nathan Smith[12]; 10. 3J-Josh Cain[9]; 11. 57-Duke Erickson[11]; 12. 10-Dustin Robinson[14]; 13. 198-Cory Hemphill[16]; 14. 11N-Denver Nickeson[15]; 15. 5K-Brenda Kirby[19]; 16. 2SS-Mark Smith[22]; 17. D25-David Tanner[21]; 18. 1J-Matt Jeratowski[20]; 19. 75-Alan Sharpensteen[18]; 20. 18JR-Ricardo Olague Jr[17]; 21. 64-Casey Fowler[24]; 22. 131-Royal Jones[5]; 23. 4N-Nolan Olmstead[23]; 24. 111X-Logan Drake[13]; 25. 196-Joey Olschowka Jr[25]

 

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Jacob Bleess[1]; 2. 1TPO-Tyler Peterson[2]; 3. 24-Xavier Ortega[4]; 4. 5TK-Tyler Kaeter[3]; 5. 85-Jayson Good[10]; 6. 131-Royal Jones[9]; 7. 3-Tim Tharp[8]; 8. 10-Dustin Robinson[6]; 9. 18JR-Ricardo Olague Jr[7]; 10. 30L-Matt Leer[11]; 11. 64-Casey Fowler[5]

 

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 27X-Calvin Iverson[4]; 2. 19SB-Lance Mari[2]; 3. 20T-Trevor Anderson[1]; 4. K19-Will Krup[3]; 5. 21H-Andy Bryant[10]; 6. 37-Clint Johnson[11]; 7. 88-Nathan Smith[6]; 8. 99-Terry Tipton[5]; 9. 22A-Jonathon Ortega[9]; 10. D25-David Tanner[7]; 11. 22-Alan Bohlman[8]

 

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7A-Shane Sabraski[2]; 2. 4W-Tyler Wolff[7]; 3. 04JR-Adam Ayotte[3]; 4. 65X-Carlos Ahumada Jr[4]; 5. 30-Travis Tipton[8]; 6. 2-Rusty Kollman[9]; 7. F15-Devin Fouquette[5]; 8. 75-Alan Sharpensteen[1]; 9. 5K-Brenda Kirby[6]; 10. 1J-Matt Jeratowski[10]; 11. (DNS) 43A-Anthony Merritt

 

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 2J-Blake Jegtvig[2]; 2. 65-Tyler Davis[4]; 3. 444-Brooks Strength[3]; 4. 111-Bumper Jones[5]; 5. 91-Joe Duvall[9]; 6. 21X-Travis Saurer[6]; 7. 57-Duke Erickson[8]; 8. 85D-Mark Dotson[1]; 9. 54-Carlos Ahumada Sr[7]; 10. 3R-Dusty Seitz[10]; 11. (DNS) 196-Joey Olschowka Jr

 

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 73-Andy Jones[2]; 2. 71-Dustin Strand[9]; 3. 9E-Don Eischens[10]; 4. 8-Dillon McCowan[3]; 5. 4R-Jared Russell[7]; 6. J17-Jake Gallardo[11]; 7. 111X-Logan Drake[1]; 8. 11N-Denver Nickeson[4]; 9. 26G-Ryan Gierke[5]; 10. 24M-Chuck Metzger[6]; 11. 4N-Nolan Olmstead[8]

 

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 20-Rodney Sanders[4]; 2. 16-Jason VandeKamp[1]; 3. 69-Lucas Schott[7]; 4. G17-Fito Gallardo[11]; 5. 22M-Davey Mills[6]; 6. 25-Adam Bohlman[2]; 7. 3J-Josh Cain[9]; 8. 198-Cory Hemphill[3]; 9. 88C-Matt Crafton[10]; 10. 2SS-Mark Smith[5]; 11. 7T-Joseph Thomas[8]


Dirt Track Bank Super Late Models presented by Black Diamond Race Cars
A Feature 1 (40 Laps): 1. 49D-Jonathan Davenport[2]; 2. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 3. 3S-Brian Shirley[7]; 4. 32S-Chris Simpson[11]; 5. 32B-Cody Laney[12]; 6. 1-Tyler Erb[3]; 7. 91P-Jason Papich[10]; 8. 25-Chad Simpson[22]; 9. 59-Garrett Alberson[1]; 10. 157-Mike Marlar[8]; 11. 2S-Stormy Scott[20]; 12. 21-Billy Moyer Sr[13]; 13. 98-Jared Landers[16]; 14. 1ST-Johnny Scott[15]; 15. 4G-Bob Gardner[24]; 16. 86-Kyle Beard[18]; 17. 37-Scott Ward[9]; 18. 25F-Jason Feger[5]; 19. 32-Bobby Pierce[6]; 20. 15-Donny Schatz[17]; 21. 91-Rusty Schlenk[14]; 22. 74-Mitch McGrath[25]; 23. 75T-Terry Phillips[19]; 24. 130-Chase Allen[23]; 25. 20-Rodney Sanders[21]

 

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 75T-Terry Phillips[2]; 2. 20-Rodney Sanders[1]; 3. 130-Chase Allen[5]; 4. 19-Dustin Sorensen[3]; 5. 3-Brody Montgomery[8]; 6. 21F-Gunner Frank[18]; 7. 28W-Jim Whistler[4]; 8. 28-John Cornell[11]; 9. 74X-Dennis Souza[10]; 10. 16-Matthew Ratzlaff[17]; 11. 6N-Justin Mills[7]; 12. 81X-Matt Sparby[15]; 13. 02-Kent Rosevear[14]; 14. 15H-Steve Hucovski[6]; 15. 71-Clayton Holland[9]; 16. B29-Blonde Bomber[13]; 17. 7V-David Vennard[21]; 18. 21M-Luke Merfeld[19]; 19. 91T-Tony Toste[16]; 20. 48-Craig Parker[12]; 21. 19X-Brian Bowman[20]

 

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 2S-Stormy Scott[1]; 2. 25-Chad Simpson[4]; 3. 4G-Bob Gardner[13]; 4. 74-Mitch McGrath[2]; 5. 99-Joey Tanner[6]; 6. 49-Jake Timm[5]; 7. 3X-Lyndon Bolt[9]; 8. 78S-Steve Stultz[14]; 9. 11-Gordy Gundaker[15]; 10. 41-Douglas Elkins[7]; 11. 11T-Trevor Gundaker[8]; 12. 10C-Chad Olsen[3]; 13. 76-Blair Nothdurft[10]; 14. 82-Eston Whisler[12]; 15. 48L-Tim Lance[16]; 16. 38-Thomas Hunziker[17]; 17. 7D-Austin Theiss[18]; 18. 5AZ-James Webster[20]; 19. 77-Dustin Knight[19]; 20. 28M-Jimmy Mars[11]

 

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 32-Bobby Pierce[2]; 2. 3S-Brian Shirley[5]; 3. 21-Billy Moyer Sr[4]; 4. 20-Rodney Sanders[3]; 5. 28W-Jim Whistler[6]; 6. 6N-Justin Mills[9]; 7. 74X-Dennis Souza[10]; 8. B29-Blonde Bomber[8]; 9. 91T-Tony Toste[1]; 10. 21M-Luke Merfeld[7]

 

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 25F-Jason Feger[1]; 2. 37-Scott Ward[2]; 3. 1ST-Johnny Scott[3]; 4. 75T-Terry Phillips[5]; 5. 130-Chase Allen[6]; 6. 3-Brody Montgomery[8]; 7. 28-John Cornell[4]; 8. 02-Kent Rosevear[7]; 9. 16-Matthew Ratzlaff[10]; 10. 19X-Brian Bowman[9]

 

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1-Tyler Erb[1]; 2. 32S-Chris Simpson[4]; 3. 15-Donny Schatz[2]; 4. 19-Dustin Sorensen[3]; 5. 15H-Steve Hucovski[8]; 6. 71-Clayton Holland[9]; 7. 48-Craig Parker[7]; 8. 81X-Matt Sparby[6]; 9. 21F-Gunner Frank[5]; 10. (DNS) 7V-David Vennard

 

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 49D-Jonathan Davenport[1]; 2. 157-Mike Marlar[4]; 3. 91-Rusty Schlenk[2]; 4. 2S-Stormy Scott[5]; 5. 25-Chad Simpson[3]; 6. 41-Douglas Elkins[6]; 7. 76-Blair Nothdurft[9]; 8. 4G-Bob Gardner[8]; 9. 48L-Tim Lance[7]; 10. 77-Dustin Knight[10]

 

Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 2. 91P-Jason Papich[2]; 3. 98-Jared Landers[6]; 4. 74-Mitch McGrath[4]; 5. 49-Jake Timm[5]; 6. 11T-Trevor Gundaker[8]; 7. 28M-Jimmy Mars[3]; 8. 78S-Steve Stultz[9]; 9. 38-Thomas Hunziker[7]; 10. 5AZ-James Webster[10]

 

Heat 6 (8 Laps): 1. 59-Garrett Alberson[2]; 2. 32B-Cody Laney[3]; 3. 86-Kyle Beard[4]; 4. 10C-Chad Olsen[5]; 5. 99-Joey Tanner[9]; 6. 3X-Lyndon Bolt[8]; 7. 82-Eston Whisler[7]; 8. 11-Gordy Gundaker[1]; 9. 7D-Austin Theiss[6]

 

Group A: 1. 91T-Tony Toste, 00:15.114[30]; 2. 25F-Jason Feger, 00:15.226[17]; 3. 1-Tyler Erb, 00:15.370[8]; 4. 32-Bobby Pierce, 00:15.382[25]; 5. 37-Scott Ward, 00:15.491[11]; 6. 15-Donny Schatz, 00:15.502[29]; 7. 20-Rodney Sanders, 00:15.564[14]; 8. 1ST-Johnny Scott, 00:15.637[2]; 9. 19-Dustin Sorensen, 00:15.682[21]; 10. 21-Billy Moyer Sr, 00:15.685[20]; 11. 28-John Cornell, 00:15.694[13]; 12. 32S-Chris Simpson, 00:15.724[27]; 13. 3S-Brian Shirley, 00:15.760[18]; 14. 75T-Terry Phillips, 00:15.796[24]; 15. 21F-Gunner Frank, 00:15.879[3]; 16. 28W-Jim Whistler, 00:15.947[12]; 17. 130-Chase Allen, 00:15.972[28]; 18. 81X-Matt Sparby, 00:16.005[7]; 19. 21M-Luke Merfeld, 00:16.117[22]; 20. 02-Kent Rosevear, 00:16.165[6]; 21. 48-Craig Parker, 00:16.245[23]; 22. B29-Blonde Bomber, 00:16.416[15]; 23. 3-Brody Montgomery, 00:16.555[1]; 24. 15H-Steve Hucovski, 00:16.561[9]; 25. 6N-Justin Mills, 00:16.844[5]; 26. 19X-Brian Bowman, 00:16.898[4]; 27. 71-Clayton Holland, 00:17.389[10]; 28. 74X-Dennis Souza, 00:17.470[19]; 29. 16-Matthew Ratzlaff, 00:17.777[26]; 30. 7V-David Vennard, 00:17.918[16]

 

Group B: 1. 49D-Jonathan Davenport, 00:15.237[8]; 2. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr, 00:15.555[26]; 3. 11-Gordy Gundaker, 00:15.820[15]; 4. 91-Rusty Schlenk, 00:15.821[19]; 5. 91P-Jason Papich, 00:15.822[24]; 6. 59-Garrett Alberson, 00:15.824[3]; 7. 25-Chad Simpson, 00:15.855[4]; 8. 28M-Jimmy Mars, 00:15.856[10]; 9. 32B-Cody Laney, 00:15.860[22]; 10. 157-Mike Marlar, 00:15.882[13]; 11. 74-Mitch McGrath, 00:15.968[2]; 12. 86-Kyle Beard, 00:15.971[6]; 13. 2S-Stormy Scott, 00:16.068[20]; 14. 49-Jake Timm, 00:16.073[23]; 15. 10C-Chad Olsen, 00:16.149[12]; 16. 41-Douglas Elkins, 00:16.165[5]; 17. 98-Jared Landers, 00:16.243[27]; 18. 7D-Austin Theiss, 00:16.267[14]; 19. 48L-Tim Lance, 00:16.278[28]; 20. 38-Thomas Hunziker, 00:16.445[16]; 21. 82-Eston Whisler, 00:16.603[11]; 22. 4G-Bob Gardner, 00:16.698[17]; 23. 11T-Trevor Gundaker, 00:16.749[18]; 24. 3X-Lyndon Bolt, 00:16.847[7]; 25. 76-Blair Nothdurft, 00:16.925[25]; 26. 78S-Steve Stultz, 00:17.104[21]; 27. 99-Joey Tanner, 00:17.139[9]; 28. 77-Dustin Knight, 00:17.219[29]; 29. 5AZ-James Webster, 00:17.544[1]

 

Pro Power Dash (10 Laps): 1. 74-Mitch McGrath[2]; 2. 19-Dustin Sorensen[1]; 3. 49-Jake Timm[6]; 4. 3-Brody Montgomery[3]; 5. 99-Joey Tanner[4]; 6. 21F-Gunner Frank[5]

RHRSwag.com Truck Accessories X-Mods presented by Barnett Harley Davidson

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. B0-Jory Berg[11]; 2. 2G-Brock Gronwold[1]; 3. 28P-Parker Hale[3]; 4. EZ1-Shane Sabraski[9]; 5. 21-Jake Smith[4]; 6. 05-Aasa Flores[10]; 7. 67-Rex Conrad[23]; 8. 28-Krew Walburn[7]; 9. 19-Lucas Rodin[20]; 10. 43-Zach Brom[15]; 11. 112X-Brennan Gave[13]; 12. 3-Jeff Schwind Jr[14]; 13. HK9-Chris Hawkins[8]; 14. 17B-Zach Benson[22]; 15. 10X-Michael Soboski[12]; 16. 3J-Josh Cain[17]; 17. 28B-Andy Bryant[5]; 18. 07-Donavon Flores[21]; 19. 22-Matt Heinzerling[2]; 20. 16-Jason VandeKamp[18]; 21. 16T-Randy Thompson[19]; 22. 5C-Preston Carr[6]; 23. 22C-Cole Campbell[24]; 24. 1-Jake Stai[16]

 

B Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 3J-Josh Cain[3]; 2. 16T-Randy Thompson[2]; 3. 07-Donavon Flores[1]; 4. 67-Rex Conrad[4]; 5. 13B-Jess Brekke[11]; 6. 271-Kelly Hagel[8]; 7. 1S-Scott Bintz[14]; 8. 12-Justin Allen[9]; 9. 0-Peyton George[7]; 10. 32-Chad Fouquette[15]; 11. M7-Cameron Martin[13]; 12. 28C-Shane Creech[10]; 13. 0G-Brandon George[5]; 14. 71AZ-Tyler Mecl[12]; 15. 8272-Sherman Barnett[6]

 

B Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 16-Jason VandeKamp[4]; 2. 19-Lucas Rodin[2]; 3. 17B-Zach Benson[1]; 4. 22C-Cole Campbell[10]; 5. M17-Rob Moseley[3]; 6. 14J-Jacob Hodges[6]; 7. M1-Richard Magee[8]; 8. 69-Jordan Hockenhull[7]; 9. 41-Bradley Vigen[11]; 10. 06-Rex Hasley[5]; 11. 11J-Jesse Merriman[15]; 12. 17-Lance Schill[13]; 13. 7G-Gabe Hodges[14]; 14. 51-Avery Anderson[9]; 15. 4STATE-Nick Whitehead[12]

 

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 28-Krew Walburn[2]; 2. 3-Jeff Schwind Jr[1]; 3. 43-Zach Brom[4]; 4. 17B-Zach Benson[6]; 5. 19-Lucas Rodin[7]; 6. 07-Donavon Flores[11]; 7. 0G-Brandon George[8]; 8. M1-Richard Magee[3]; 9. 271-Kelly Hagel[9]; 10. 69-Jordan Hockenhull[12]; 11. 1S-Scott Bintz[10]; 12. 32-Chad Fouquette[5]

 

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 28P-Parker Hale[4]; 2. 2G-Brock Gronwold[11]; 3. 5C-Preston Carr[7]; 4. M17-Rob Moseley[3]; 5. 16T-Randy Thompson[8]; 6. 3J-Josh Cain[9]; 7. 67-Rex Conrad[10]; 8. 51-Avery Anderson[2]; 9. 13B-Jess Brekke[5]; 10. 71AZ-Tyler Mecl[6]; 11. 41-Bradley Vigen[12]; 12. 11J-Jesse Merriman[1]

 

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 21-Jake Smith[4]; 2. 28B-Andy Bryant[5]; 3. 22-Matt Heinzerling[9]; 4. 05-Aasa Flores[8]; 5. 10X-Michael Soboski[10]; 6. 06-Rex Hasley[1]; 7. 14J-Jacob Hodges[3]; 8. 28C-Shane Creech[2]; 9. 22C-Cole Campbell[7]; 10. 4STATE-Nick Whitehead[6]; 11. 17-Lance Schill[11]

 

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. EZ1-Shane Sabraski[1]; 2. 112X-Brennan Gave[2]; 3. 1-Jake Stai[4]; 4. B0-Jory Berg[8]; 5. HK9-Chris Hawkins[11]; 6. 16-Jason VandeKamp[7]; 7. 8272-Sherman Barnett[5]; 8. 12-Justin Allen[3]; 9. 0-Peyton George[10]; 10. M7-Cameron Martin[6]; 11. 7G-Gabe Hodges[9]

 

Attached Images
Dustin Strand 010921.jpg – Dustin Strand kicked off his defense of the Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout Modified Championship with an opening round win on Saturday night.

Jonathan Davenport 010921.jpg – Jonathan Davenport (49) survived multiple challenges from Ricky Thornton Jr. to score the $5,000 Dirt Track Bank Super Late Model victory in the opening round of the Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout.

Jory Berg 010921.jpg – North Dakota’s Jory Berg picked up his first career Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout win with an RHRSwag Truck Accessories X-Mod triumph on Saturday night.

 

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