• Driver Appreciation Night this Friday at Raceway 7!

    Uniform Night for Kids—Regular racing in all classes!


    Conneaut, OH (June 20, 2018) — The 2018 racing season is in full swing after a soggy spring and continues this Friday at Raceway 7 with “Kid’s Uniform Night” and “Driver Appreciation Night”, originally scheduled for June 1stbut a victim of the wet spring that claimed three of the scheduled seven events. Several racing-oriented companies will reward drivers for their continued support of the sport they love. Regular racing programs in all five classes will be presented with special awards given out throughout the program. Among companies participating are Close Racing Supply, Bazell Racing Fuels, NAPA Girard, McDonald Connors Racing, Bonnie and Gary Neubauer of Amsoil, and RUSH.


    With racing being a family-oriented sport, Raceway 7 values the next generation of fans. To this end all kids in uniforms, Little league, school sports, scouting, or a service organization, will be admitted free.


    After four weeks of racing Darrell Bossard leads Breyton Santee, Dave Airgood, Kyle Zimmerman, and Chad Sines in the Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Model standings. Bossard led the way opening night and on June 8. In his other two appearances he had a second on May 25 and June 15. Two firsts and two seconds give him a 46 point margin over Santee. Jason Genco scored a win in his only appearance of the season on May 25. Last week Airgood scored his first win of the season.


    With three wins, including the two most recent weeks, defending champion Joel Watson leads Gary Eicher in the Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod title chase by 26 points. Eicher scored the win in week two, May 25, and has one second and two thirds.  Troy Johnson, Percy McDonald, and Casey Bowers fill out the top five.


    Paul Schreckengost, with a feature win last week, and Mike Clark, not yet showing a Raceway 7 victory in 2018, are tied for the lead in the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock points over opening night winner Pat Fielding. Fielding is sixteen points out of the lead and has a thirteen point advantage over fourth-running Chris Withers, a former class champion. Jason Fosnaught is fifth 26 markers behind Withers. Curtis Bish also has a win this season.


    Eric Reinwald holds an eleven point lead over defending champion Steve Haefke in the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod standings. Haefke, in turn, has a sixteen point margin over Matt Alexander. Dustin Demattie is fourth, another 26 points back, with Chuck Steinle Jr fifth, nine points behind Demattie. Reinwald, Josh Ferry, Tyler Frankenberry, and Kyle Miller each have a win this season.


    Defending Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stock champion Joe Campbell is on top of the standings again in 2018 despite not yet having visited Victory Lane. He holds an eight point lead over Dillon Speer, who scored his first-ever Raceway 7 win on June 8. Last week’s winner, Jim Haefke Jr, is third, another seven points back. Former champion Brad Cole if fourth, only four points behind Haefke with two time 2018 winner Zack Downes fifth, another 34 points down.


    Raceway 7 is located six miles south of Interstate 90 on Route 7 in the town of Monroe Center, OH and races every Friday night May — September. Racing begins at 7:30 PM every Friday. General admission for regular events is $10 and children 7-14 admitted for $5 each. Kids 6 and under are always free. NO PETS are admitted to the track! Fan and pit gates open at 5:30 PM. Pit admission is $25 with minimum age 18. Children under 18 admitted with a “Minor Release” form available at pit gate that must be filled out by a parent accompanying the youth. Raceday information is available at (440) 594-2222. The track maintains a website at www.raceway7.com.



  • Rick Hall and Justin Shea win specials at Raceway 7!

    Airgood, Watson, Miller, and Haefke win regular shows!


    Conneaut, OH (June 15, 2018]: On a hot Friday night the RUSH Sportsmen and the Western Pennsylvania Vintage Mtodifieds thrilled fans with exciting action as well as four of the five usual classes of speedsters. Rick Hall captured the win in the Vintage Special while Justin Shea won the special appearance by the RUSH Modifieds, taking over the front spot only two laps from the checkers. Dave Airgood won his first Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Model feature of 2018 after taking over the front spot on lap eleven after starting the race from the sixth position. Joel Watson, a many time Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod champion, came from fourth on the grid to the lead in lap three to win his third feature of the season. Kyle Miller won his first Raceway 7 feature, taking the lead four laps from the finish after starting fifth. Steve Haefke started from the pole position and led lap one of the Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stock feature, then losing the lead to Zach Downes who then experienced mechanical ails to end his bid for seven wins in seven appearances. Haefke led again after a thrilling three-way battle with defending champion Joe Campbell and last week’s winner Dillon Speer.


    The regular classes present had some exciting action as in the second Economod heat Mike Harmon and Eric Wilson got together on turn four of lap three with Wilson flipping one and a quarter times. He was unhurt but the car appeared to be finished for the evening. In a display of determination Wilson’s crew got the car repaired and the young star charged to a second place finish after starting last in the 23-car field. Harmon was charged with rough driving in the incident and sent to the rear. After the races Wilson, who had earlier been interviewed by Erie TV, stated simply “That was fun”. The incident was the first time he had ever turned over in a race car.


    Josh McDonald and Bill Taylor brought the Bonnell Collision Center E-Mod field to green with McDonald taking the lead at green. Percy McDonald came to the lead just past the end of one lap and Joel Watson moved to third. Before two laps were complete Brandon Grossman spun in turn one. The restart was with Josh McDonald leading Percy McDonald, Joel Watson, Troy Johnson, and Bill Taylor. Josh McDonald was barely the leader over Watson at the end of two with Watson solidly in the led at three laps. Caution again flew at four complete when Jesse Gould spun, then collected Ron Seeley and Brandon Grossman. Amanda Stiffler also spun in the same incident. At green Johnson came to second but Josh McDonald got into the outside retaining wall in turn two, again bringing caution on the field. McDonald headed to the pit under his own power. At halfway Watson led Johnson, Percy McDonald, Gary Eicher, and Casey Bowers. Eicher was third at thirteen laps with Bowers threatening to take fourth from Percy McDonald. Hunter Hulley looped his mount in turn one with five to go. A lap after this green Bowers got by Percy McDonald. Grossman again spun with two laps left, setting up the final run to the checkers. Watson went on to the win, his third of the season at Raceway 7. Johnson, Eicher, Bowers, and Percy McDonald filled out the top five.


    Breyton Santee and Matt Latta were at the front for the start of the Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Model feature with Santee leading until Brandon Porter spun in turn two, negating the start. Santee led through lap one and Matt Latta took over at lap two. Darrell Bossard was third, taking over second at lap five. Mike Smith slowed to a halt on the backstretch at lap six. Bossard was next to Latta at eight laps when Kyle Zimmerman and Chad Clement got together in turn four. Bossard was again challenging at the end of nine but Dave Airgood managed to grab second at the halfway point, then take the lead at lap eleven. Dylan Goodman spun in turn two at that point for the next yellow. Airgood, Bossard, and Latta continued to lead with Bossard continuing to challenge, taking over the lead on the back straight just as caution again flew for Porter, this time in turn four, negating the pass and restoring Airgood to the lead for the green. This time Airgood began pulling away. At the finish it was Airgood for his first Raceway 7 win of the season over Bossard, Latta, Santee, and Joe Long.


    The Western Pennsylvania Vintage Modifieds were next on the track with David Myers taking the lead at green and Rick Majka coming to second and Rick Hall third. Myers spun heading into turn one at lap seven, turning the lead over to Majka. Myers again spun as the white flag was flying. Hall grabbed the lead on the restart, going on to the win over Majka, Alex Morris, Hank Coles, and Dale Zimmer.


    Matt Alexander and Mark Titus brought the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod feature to green with Alexander leading the way on lap one. On lap two Tyler Frankenberry spun in turn one and Clint Smith slammed the wall at the safety opening on the back straight. Alexander again led after green with Charlie Steinle second and Kyle Reinwald third. At six laps complete Kyle Reinwald came to a halt facing the turn four wall for the next caution. For the green it was Alexander, Steinle, Mike Boyd, Kyle Miller, and Mark Titus.  Boyd got to second at lap seven. Mark Titus and Mitch Wright tangled in turn one on lap eight. Wright headed pitside. Kyle Reinwald again spun at nine laps complete. Steve Haefke spun before another lap was complete. Kyle Miller drew alongside the leader on the back straight at lap eleven and was leading at the stripe. Eric Wilson came to third at the same time, all the way from 23rdon the starting grid, then to second on the final lap. Miller went on to the win over Wilson (after flipping in his heat!), Alexander, Mike Boyd, and Charlie Steinle Jr.


    The RUSH Modifieds took to the track with nineteen cars. Kole Holden and Kyle Martel were on the front row for the green flag. Martel took the early lead over Holden and Justin Shea. Brandon Ritchey spun in turn one on lap three. Martel again led after green in turn two. Jacob Jordan wound up next to the wall in turn two, negating the start. Still another caution when Ritchey wound up against the turn three barrier and Jacob Jordan against the wall in turn four. Martell led again after green with Shea second and Holden third. Garrett Krummert challenged Holden from lap seven but not able to complete the pass. At halfway it was Martel, Shea, Holden, Krummert, and Jeremy Weaver. At eleven Krummert nosed ahead for third but Holden had the spot again at twelve. Chas Wolbert pulled almost even to Weaver at lap fifteen and had fifth at sixteen. Krummert and Holden were side by side at seventeen complete then Shea took over the lead with two to go as Krummert completed his pass on Holden. Shea took the win over Martel, Krummert, Holden, and Wolbert.


    The final feature event of the evening was for the Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks with Jim Haefke and Zack Eller on the front row. On the start Tom Peterson Jr pushed Zack Eller around at the start line, earning a black flag for rough driving and necessitating a complete restart. Ana Vassen spun in the back straight on the restart with a lap complete. Zach Downes shot to the lead at the start but Haefke came to the lead just as three cars spun spun in turn two. Nick Robie and Rick Feely needed towed from the scene. Downes retook the lead on the first lap after green with Haefke second, former class champion Brad Cole third, and defending champion Joe Campbell fourth. On lap four Downes came to a stop in turn one, ending his string of six wins in six appearances. Haefke led again at green with Eller coming to the lead at lap four. At five laps complete Campbell came to second and to the lead at halfway. At seven laps in, last week’s winner Dillon Speer was third. Campbell, Haefke, and Speer raced hard for the lead with Haefke and Speer even with two to go. Campbell got hung up behind a lapped car and Speer lost power coming out of two, allowing Haefke to gain the lead and go on to the win over Campbell, Cole, Eller, and Scott Gill.




    Evergreen Lake Park Campground Crate Late Models:

                Heat 1: Darrell Bossard, Will Pinckney, Joe Long, Cory Sines, Chad Sines, Brandon Porter, Chad Clement, John Stockdale, Kyle Zimmerman

                Heat 2: Breyton Santee, Dave Airgood, Khole Wanzer, Matt Latta, Jared Kane, Dillon Goodman, Scott Dellahoy, Matt Sipes

    Feature: Dave Airgood, Darrell Bossard, Matt Latta, Breyton Santee, Joe Long, Khole Wanzer, Cory Sines, Will Pinckney, Chad Sines, Matt Sipes, Scott Dellahoy, John Stockdale, Dylan Goodman, Brandon Porter, Jared Kane, Chad Clement, Kyle Zimmerman, Mike Smith



    Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods:

                Heat 1: Percy McDonald, Bill Taylor, Casey Bowers, Amanda Stiffler, Rick Pratschler, Alan Atkinson, Brandon Grossman, Jessie Gould

                Heat 2: Troy Johnson, Joel Watson, Josh McDonald, Mike Kinney, Gary Eicher, Ron Seeley, Hunter Hulley

                Feature: Joel Watson, Troy Johnson, Gary Eicher, Casey Bowers, Percy McDonald, Mike Kinney, Ron Seeley, Jesse Gould, Bill Taylor, Hunter Hulley, Brandon Grossman, Alan Atkinson, Josh McDonald, Amanda Stiffler, Rick Pratschler


    RUSH Crate Mods:

                Heat 1: Rob Kristyak, Garrett Krummert, Brandon Ritchey, Josh Deems, David Kalb Jr, Steve Slater, Preston Cope

    Heat 2: Justin Shea, Jeremy Weaver, Kole Holden, Rocky Kugel, Tony Tatgenhorst, Brian Shaffer

                Heat 3: Chas Wolbert, Kyle Martell, Brandon Michaud, Jacob Jordan, Gary Haupt, Jessica Kriegisch

    Feature: Justin Shea, Kyle Martel, Garrett Krummert, Kole Holden, Chas Wolbert, Jeremy Weaver, Rocky Kugel, David Kalb, Rob Kristyak, Josh Deems, Tony Tatgenhorst, Gary Haupt, Brian Shaffer, Steve Slater, Jessica Kriegisch, Preston Cope, Brandon Michaud, Brandon Ritchey, Jacob Jordan


    Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods:

                Heat 1: Steve Haefke, Charlie Steinle, Zach Lenart, Matt Alexander, Lee Patrick, Dale Fraschetti, Dennis Dellinger, Patrick Drennan (DNS)

                Heat 2: Eric Reinwald, Tyler Frankenberry, Kyle Reinwald, Mike Harmon, Buzz Seitz, Casey Harmon, Gary Murphy, Eric Wilson

                Heat 3: Mitchell Wright, Mark Titus, Mike Boyd, Kyle Miller, Dustin DeMattia, Clint Smith, Bob Bellinger

    Feature: Kyle Miller, Eric Wilson, Matt Alexander, Mike Boyd, Chuck Steinle Jr, Eric Reinwald, Dustin Demattie, Mike Harmon, Zack Leonard, Kyle Reinwald, Steve Haefke, Mark Titus, Lee Patrick, Casey Harmon, Dale Fraschetti, Mitchell Wright, Bob Bellinger, Tyler Frankenberry, Buzz Seitz, Clint Smith, Gary Murphy, Pat Drennan (DNS), Dennis Dellinger (DNS)


    Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks:

                Heat 1: Scott Gill, Alexis Vogt, Emily Stoyer, Tom Spencer Jr, Jessica Harvey, Trevor Jimmerson, William Haylett, Ana Vassen, Becky Bruno

                Heat 2: Zach Downes, Jim Haefke, Nick Robie, Kelly Clark, Phil Powell, Mike Barr, Zoey Gill, Dillon Speer, Justin Bailey

                Heat 3: Joe Campbell, Zack Eller, Brad Cole, Steve Longwell Sr, Tim Callahan, Jim Buchanan, Rick Feely, Jacob Peterson

    Feature: Jim Haefke, Joe Campbell, Brad Cole, Zack Eller, Scott Gill, Zoey Gill. Alexis Vogt, Phil Powell, Jessica Harvey, Trevor Jimerson, Mike Barr, William Haylett, Emily Stoyer, Dillon Speer, Justin Bailey, Jim Buchanan, Ana Vassen, Steve Longwell Sr, Zach Downes,  Kelly Clark, Tim Callahan, Nick Robie, Rick Feely, Jacob Peterson, Becky Bruno, Tom Spencer Jr


    Western Pennsylvania Vintage Modifieds:

    Heat 1: David Myers, Paul Bacchas, Rick Majka, Alan Byerly, Chris Ketch, Robert Johnson, Jeff Manners (DNS)

                Heat 2: Hank Coles, Alex Morris, Dale Zimmer, Tim Natalino, Luke Zimmer, Jeff Mitchell

                Feature: RickHall, Rick Majka, Alex Morris, Hank Coles, Dale Zimmer, David Myers, Luke Zimmer, Jeff Mitchell, Chris Ketch, Tim Natalino, Paul Baccus (DNS)



  • Bossard, Watson, get second wins of year at Raceway 7!

    Speer gets first ever win!


    Conneaut, OH (June 8, 2018]: It was “Autograph Night” at Raceway 7 and all 101 racers present lined up on the front straight at intermission for autographs and mingling with fans. After the front straight party it was time for features with opening night winner Darrell Bossard taking the Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Models win for his second of the year, many times champion Joel Watson repeating his opening night win in the Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods, and Paul Schreckengost getting his first Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock win of the yea., Tyler Frankenberry returned to the track after a devastating early season accident at another area track to win the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods feature and Dillon Speer drove his Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stock to his first-ever feature win.


    The Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks were the first feature to take the green with 23 cars on the grid. Two former champions, the 2016 champion Jason Easler, on the pole with Joe Campbell, the defending champion, outside. Easler grabbed the immediate lead but caution flew at the end of lap one when Jim Buchanan came to a halt on the back straight. Easler, Campbell, and Logan Keney brought the field back to green but five cars tangled on turn two. On this green Dillon Speer came to second but Easler opened  a car length lead at the end of three laps. Yellow flew again at lap five as Nichole Condron spun in turn three. Again turn two was an issue as Jim Haefke got turned in front of Shawn McBride with both cars sliding to a halt. Easler again led with a two length lead at the halfway point. At seven laps Speer was right behind Easler and led at the end of eight. On lap nine Campbell came to second with Shane Shook challenging for third. Shook got third on the final lap as Speer went on to the win over Campbell, Shook, Easler, and Brad Cole. It was the first-ever feature win for the young Speer.


    The Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods were the next feature with Jesse Gould and Dennis Lunger Jr on the front row with the most recent winner, Joel Watson, starting eighth. Lunger led lap one over Gould with Percy McDonald coming to second at two laps complete. Eicher, the defending champion was second at five laps complete but Lunger was enjoying a wide lead when Hunter Hulley spun in turn one, tightening the field with Percy McDonald third, Watson now up to fourth, and Troy Johnson fifth. Watson got by McDonald and Eicher at seven laps and closed to right behind Lunger when caution again fell before eight laps were in the book. For this restart it was Lunger, Watson, Eicher, Percy McDonald, and Troy Johnson. At nine laps Watson nosed ahead of Lunger and started pulling away a lap later but Hulley again spun in turn one, eliminating Watson’s lead. Eicher was second at halfway with Casey Bowers battling Johnson for third, taking the spot at twelve laps but Johnson regained third at thirteen as Bowers began slipping back in the order. Percy McDonald and Lunger then ran side by side for two laps with McDonald getting third at fifteen. Watson got the win over Eicher, McDonald, Lunger, and Johnson. The margin of victory was 1.720 second.


    The Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Models started seventeen cars with opening night winner Darrell Bossard and Breyton Santee at the front. Bossard led from green with Santee second. At five complete Bossard had a half straight lead over Santee with former champion Kyle Zimmerman third, Damian Bidwell fourth, and Chad Sines fifth. With six laps in, Dillon Goodman and Khole Wanzer spun in turn two with Wanzer then heading to the pit but Goodman able to restart the race. At the green Zimmerman and Santee ran side by side over the next lap until Zimmerman pulled away. Brandon Porter spun in turn four at lap eight, slowing the field again. Zimmerman and Santee again ran together with caution again falling a lap later when John Stockdale came to a halt on the front straight after hitting the wall. Zimmerman was second at halfway. With six to go Porter again spun, this time in turn four. Again, Zimmerman came to second but not a lap was in before Goodman again spun in turn four. Bossard went on to his second win of the season over Zimmerman, Santee, Bidwell, and Michael Doritsky.


    Tyler Frankenberry and Geoff Conn were the front row for the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod feature. Justin Sax got turned around on the start so a complete restart was necessary. Frankenberry led the way after green with Conn second and Nate Young third and Eric Reinwald fourth. Branden Fiedler and Pat Drennan spun in turn three with two laps complete. Young came to second at the green. At three laps Mark Titus and Clint Smith got together in turn one. Sax looped his mount in turn two on the restart. Eric Reinwald spun in turn one on this start, eventually involving seven cars. After a lengthy cleanup under red flag conditions the race restarted but Pat Drennan spun coming to green. Frankenberry led lap four but yellow again at that lap when Mike Harmon spun. At five laps Matt Alexander was challenging Young for third. Frankenberry lengthened his lead over Conn to eight lengths coming to halfway when Drennan again spun, getting his sent to the pits for his third caution. Under the caution Conn headed pitside with unknown problems. For the restart it was Frankenberry, Alexander, Steve Haefke, Young, and Eric Reinwald. Haefke nosed ahead of Alexander for second at eight laps but Alexander was back solidly in the spot at lap nine. Reinwald got by Haefke for third at twelve laps. Frankenberry went on to his first win of the season over Alexander, Reinwald, Haefke, and Young.


    Garrett Calvert and Pat Fielding brought the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks to green. Calvert took the lead at the start. As lap one finished Jared Larson and Rusty Wheeler spun in turn three, slowing the event. At lap two Calvert led Chris Withers, Fielding, Joe Stajnrajh, and Tim Deutsch when Wheeler spun in turn two. At five laps it was Calvert, Withers, Paul Schreckengost, Fielding, and Deutsch. Schreckengost came to second at lap seven and was next to the leader at eight laps then to the lead at nine. Deutsch came to second at five to go as Schreckengost was pulling away when caution flew at eleven laps for Larson and Mark Frontera, spun in turn four. Schreckengost pulled away over the next laps with Clark coming by Calvert for third with two to go as caution again flew. With one lap left six cars piled up in turn three. For Larson and Wheeler, their involvement was their third caution, so were sent pitside. Deutsch made a bid for the lead on the final run to the checkers but Schreckengost held on for the win. Clark, Withers, and Shaun Hooks filled out the top five.




    Evergreen Lake Park Campground Crate Late Models:

                Heat 1: Darrell Bossard, Dave Airgood, Khole Wanzer, Chad Sines, Joe Long, Dillon Goodman

                Heat 2: Kyle Zimmerman, Braeden Dillinger, Breyton Santee, Damian Bidwell, Michael Duritsky, Ryan Frazee, William Pinckney

                Feature: Darrell Bossard, Kyle Zimmerman, Breyton Santee, Damian Bidwell, Michael Duritsky, Dave Airgood, Braeden Dillinger, Chad Sines, Joe Long, Ryan Frazee, William Pinckney, Brandon Porter, Dylan Goodman, John Stockdale, Khole Wanzer, Mike Smith


    Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods:

                Heat 1: Troy Johnson, Gary Eicher, Jesse Gould, John Woodward Jr, Dan Sasso, Hunter Hulley, Josh McDonald

                Heat 2: Ken Zimmer, Mike Kinney, Percy McDonald, Rick Pratschler, Bud Watson, Bill Taylor, Brandon Grossman

                Heat 3: Joel Watson, Casey Bowers, Dennis Lunger Jr, Billy Henry, Dan McDonald, Ryan Scott

                Feature: Joel Watson, Gary Eicher, Percy McDonald, Dennis Lunger Jr, Troy Johnson. John Woodward Jr, Casey Bowers, Ken Zimmer, Dan Sasso, Josh McDonald, Ryan Scott, Jesse Gould, Rick Pratschler, Dan McDonald, Hunter Hulley, Brandon Grossman, Mike McKinney, Bud Watson, Bill Taylor, Billy Henry (DNS)


    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:

                Heat 1: Paul Schreckengost, Tim Deutsch, Garrett Calvert, Larry Kugel, Rusty Wheeler, Jamie Duncan, Alan Dellinger

                Heat 2: Chris Withers, Darr Diegelman, Pat Fielding, Shaun Hooks, Jarod Larson, Tony Spaghetti

                Heat 3: Mike Clark, Mark Frontera, Joe Stajnrajh, Anthony Marotto, Jesse Brock, Brent Stoeger

                Feature: Paul Schreckengost, Tim Deutsch, Mike Clark, Chris Withers, Shaun Hooks, Pat Fielding, Anthony Marotto, Tony Spaghetti, Larry Kugel, Joe Stajnrajh, Rusty Wheeler, Mark Frontera, Jarod Larson, Garrett Calvert, Darr Diegelman, Alan Dellinger, Jesse Brock (DNS), Jamie Duncan (DNS), Brent Stoeger (DNS)


    Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods:

                Heat 1: Mitch Wright, Dustin Demattie, Tyler Frankenberry, Nate Young, Chuck Steinle Sr, Pat Drennan, Ashley Rogers, Gary Murphy (DNS)

                Heat 2: Matt Alexander, Zack Lenart, Mark Titus, Buzz Seitz, Mike Harmon, Clint Smith, Justin Sax, Kyle Reinwald

                Heat 3: Eric Reinwald, Kyle Miller, Geoff Conn, Steve Haefke, Casey Harmon, Gary Olsen, Dale Fraschetti, Brandon Fiedler

                Feature: Tyler Frankenberry, Matt Alexander, Steve Haefke, Nate Young, Chuck Steinle Jr, Kyle Miller, Zack Lenard, Mitchell Wright, Mike Harmon, Buzz Seitz, Casey Harmon, Geoff Conn, Pat Drennan, Dustin Demattie, Mark Titus, Clint Smith, Gary Olson, Dale Fraschetti, Ashley Rogers, Justin Sax, Brandon Fiedler, Gary Murphy (DNS), Kyle Reinwald (DNS)


    Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks:

                Heat 1: Joe Campbell, Nick Steiger, Tim Callahan, Zoey Gill, Justin Bailey, Emily Stoyer, Nichole Condron, Joe Keney

                Heat 2: Dillon Speer, Jason Easler, Shane Shook, Brad Cole, Jim Buchanan, Jacob Peterson, Alexis Vogt, Scott Gill

                Heat 3: Jim Haefke, Logan Keney, Jessica Harvey, Mike Barr, William Haylett, Ana Vassen, Shawn McBride

                Feature: Dillon Speer, Joe Campbell, Shane Shook, Jason Easler, Brad Cole, Logan Keney Jim Haefke, Scott Gill, Nichole Condron, Justin Bailey, Joe Keney, Emily Stoyer, Jessica Harvey, William Haylett, Ana Vassen, Jacob Peterson, Tim Callahan, Shawn McBride, Jim Buchanan, Nick Steiger, Mike Barr, Zoey Gill, Alexis Vogt


  • Genco scores win in first visit to Raceway 7 since 2009!

    Eicher, Bish, Ferry get first of year, Downes repeats in Minis!

    Conneaut, OH (May 25, 2018]: Fireworks lit the night sky at Raceway 7 while race cars created plenty of heated action on the ground. At the end of the night Zack Downes had won his second Sunnyside Farm Transit Inc feature in as many weeks, Curtis Bish collected his first Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock feature win of the season, defending champion Gary Eicher ran a convincingly strong Bonnell’s Collision Service E-Mod race to collect his first checkers of the season, and Josh Ferry ran off with the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod victory. In the Evergreen Lake Park Campgrounds RUSH Crate Late Model feature, Jason Genco made his first appearance at Raceway 7 since 2009, started pole position for his feature, then led every lap to the checkers, winning by 1.216 second

    Twenty-three Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks answered the call for the starting lineup for their feature with Jason Fosnaught leading the way from the drop of the green but outside front row starter Curtis Bish taking over at lap two. The action slowed at the end of two when Mark Frontera spun down the front straight and came to a halt sideways on the track. Bish again led at the green but Tim Deutsch and Ron Boardman got together in turn two, again slowing the event. Bish was at the front at the end of lap three. Mike Clark was challenging Fosnaught for second at the end of five with Schreckengost and Chris McGuire filling out the top five. Caution came at eight laps when Brad Church spun in turn four. McGuire got to fourth with four laps remaining while Bish was opening a lead over Fosnaught. With two to go Schreckengost was again fourth but he came back to third in the final laps. At the checkers it was Bish, Fosnaught, Schreckengost, McGuire, and Clark.

    Derrick Tuttle and Jacob Peterson started the Sunnyside Farm Transit Inc Mini Stock Feature from the front row with Tuttle leading most of lap one and Zack Downes coming to second from sixth on the grid then to the lead at the end of lap two when caution flew for the car of Jacob Peterson, stopped in turn four. Downes sped away from the field when the race resumed with Brad Cole coming to second over Speer, who got by Cole at lap four. Haefke was fourth at this point with Bill Fuchs fifth. Yellow flew again at six laps when Tuttle and Zoey Gill both came to a stop on the back straight. Downes and Speer again led the way with Cole third, Haefke fourth, and Shawn McBride now fifth. Defending champion Joe Campbell got to fifth with two to go. At the checkers it was Downes, for his second of the year in as many features, Speer, Haefke, Cole, and Campbell. As the cars slowed following the checkers, Justin Bailey pulled to the infield with flames erupting under the hood, bringing red over the field before the cars headed pitside.

    Billy Henry was the pole-sitter with Dan McDonald to his right for the start of the Bonnell’s Collision 20-lap E-Mod finale. Henry led with McDonald second and Kenny Zimmer third at the end of one lap. Percy McDonald and Rick Pratschler got together in turn one of lap three, triggering the first caution. At this point Joel Watson was tenth after starting fifteenth. McDonald, a two time class champion, pitted but rejoined the event at the green. Henry continued to lead with Zimmer second and defending champion Gary Eicher third at five laps in with Troy Johnson fourth and Watson up to fifth. Yellow again flew at lap seven, this time for Percy McDonald, spun in turn four. Eicher came to second at the drop of the green and pulled even with Henry on the back straight of lap nine to the lead at the end of that lap. At halfway it was Eicher, Henry, Zimmer, Watson, and Johnson. At twelve laps in Eicher had a near half straight lead on Watson. With five to go Watson was narrowing the gap, but slowly. The caution flew at four laps left when Hunter Hulley spun in turn two, eliminating Eicher’s lead and setting up a battle to the finish. Watson charged at green, getting next to Eicher in turn one but Eicher powered ahead on the straight, continuing to lead. Zimmer and Casey Bowers then spun in turn two with three to go, slowing the race for the final time. At one lap left Eicher had a one length lead and went on to the win by two lengths over Watson with a Henry winding up third. Johnson finished fourth with Bud Watson fifth.

    Jason Genco and Matt Latta brought the Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Models to green with Genco leading Latta on lap one with Breyton Santee third. Caution flew at the end of three when Joe Long and Jared Kane got sideways in turn three. Since neither driver stopped, neither was charged with the incident. When green was again in the air Genco again led, this time with Santee second and last week’s winner Darrell Bossard third when caution flew at lap five, when Khole Wanzer spun in turn four. Bossard was second at the end of seven laps as Genco had built a four length lead. Brandon Porter spun in turn four a lap later. Coming to the restart Airgood spun down the main straight. Bossard challenged for the lead every turn until the halfway point when Genco began to pull away. At the checkers it was Genco by six lengths over Bossard, then Santee, Latta, and Hordusky.

    Charlie Steinle and Kyle Reinwald brought the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod Feature to green with Steinle leading Reinwald and Josh Ferry coming to third from seventh on the grid. At the end of lap three Kyle Reinwald got sideways in turn four, winding up against the front straight wall. Ferry was the leader at four laps in with Matt Alexander second when caution flew for Dustin Demattie, spun in turn two. Ferry brought the field to green but only one lap was in when caution again was flying for Casey Harmon, spun in turn two. Ferry began opening a lead with Steve Haefke second at lap seven when Ashley Rogers and Kevin Sergeff spun in turn two. Gary Murphy was the next caution at lap seven, against the turn two wall. With five to go the order was Ferry, Haefke, Alexander, Eric Wilson, and Steinle when Brandon Fiedler spun in turn four. Eric Reinwald spun in turn two on the next green. At this green it was again Ferry with Wilson getting to third on the back straight, then spinning in turn three, collecting Steinle with six more cars piling up while trying to avoid involvement. For the lap ten start it was Ferry, Haefke, Alexander, Buzz Seitz, and Dustin Demattie. Only one lap was complete before Pat Drennan got into the front straight wall. At turn two Fiedler again spun, in turn two. With the time limit reached, Ferry was declared the winner.


    Evergreen Lake Park Campground Crate Late Models:
    Heat 1: Dave Airgood, Breyton Santee, Joe Long, Kyle Zimmerman. Zach Kane, Jared Kane, Chad Sines, Will Pinckney, Brandon Porter
    Heat 2: Darrell Bossard, Matt Latta, Bruce Hordusky, Jason Genco, Khole Wanzer, John Stockdale, Scott Dellahoy, Dillon Goodman
    Feature: Jason Genco, Darrell Bossard, Breyton Santee, Matt Latta, Bruce Hordusky Jr, Jared Kane, Joe Long, Kyle Zimmerman, Chad Sines, Zach Kane, Will Pinckney, Dave Airgood, John Stockdale, Scott Dellahoy, Khole Wanzer, Brandon Porter, Dylan Goodman (DNS)

    Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods:
    Heat 1: Jesse Gould, Gary Eicher, Dan McDonald, Billy Henry, Bud Watson, Josh McDonald, Bill Taylor, Joel Watson, Brandon Grossman (DNS)
    Heat 2: Casey Bowers, Troy Johnson, Ken Zimmer, Mike Kinney, Percy McDonald, Rick Pratschler, Hunter Hulley, Brandon Grossman, Dan Sasso
    Feature: Gary Eicher, Joel Watson, Billy Henry, Troy Johnson, Bud Watson, Mike Kinney, Percy McDonald, Jesse Gould, Dan McDonald, Rick Pratschler, Josh McDonald, Bill Taylor, Hunter Hulley, Ken Zimmer, Casey Bowers, Brandon Grossman, Dan Sasso

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:
    Heat 1: Jason Fosnaught, Paul Schreckengost, Chris Withers, Rusty Wheeler, Joe Stajnrajh, Anthony Marotto, Tim Deutsch, Joe Rohrer, Jamie Duncan
    Heat 2: Curtis Bish, Mark Frontera, Jesse Brook, Charlie Baptiste, Brad Church, Ron Boardman, Brad Stueger, Garrett Calvert
    Heat 3: Chris McGuire, Pat Fielding, Mike Clark. Larry Kugel, Kyle Couchenour, Tony Spaghetti, Jason Black, Richard Chess Sr
    Feature: Curtis Bish, Jason Fosnaught, Paul Schreckengost, Chris McGuire, Mike Clark, Larry Kugel, Chris Withers, Rusty Wheeler, Darr Diegelman, Pat Fielding, Joe Stajnrajh, Jason Black. Joe Rohrer, Tony Spaghetti, Garrett Calvert, Ron Boardman, Brad Church, Charlie Baptiste, Richard Chess Sr, Tim Deutsch, Mark Frontera, Kyle Couchenour, Jesse Brock, Jamie Duncan (DNS), Brad Stueger (DNS),Anthony Marotto (DNS)

    Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods:
    Heat 1: Kyle Reinwald, Matt Alexander, Josh Ferry, Lee Patrick, Dennis Dellinger, Dustin DeMattia, Kevin Sergeff, Pat Drennan
    Heat 2: Buzz Seitz, Casey Harmon, Justin Sax, Clint Smith, Mark Titus, Gary Olsen, Mike Harmon, Ashley Rogers (DNS)
    Heat 3: Eric Wilson, Steve Haefke, Eric Reinwald, Chuck Steinle Jr, Chris Clay, Dale Fraschetti, Brandon Fiedler
    Feature: Josh Ferry, Steve Haefke, Matt Alexander, Buzz Seitz, Dustin Demattie, Eric Reinwald, Mark Titus, Kevin Sergeff, Chuck Steinle Jr, Casey Harmon, Pat Drennan, Brandon Fiedler, Eric Wilson, Chris Clay, Lee Patrick, Ashley Rogers, Gary Murphy, Mike Harmon, Kyle Reinwald, Clint Smith, Dennis Dellinger, Justin Sax, Dale Fraschetti (DNS), Gary Olsen (DNS)

    Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks:
    Heat 1: Dillon Speer, Logan Kenny, Derrick Tuttle, Jacob Peterson, Joe Keney, Emily Stoyer, Ana Vassen, Justin Bailey, James Buchanan
    Heat 2: Shawn McBride, Zach Downes, Jessica Harvey, Jim Haefke, Joe Campbell, Kelly Clark, Nick Kobie, Scott Gill
    Heat 3: Brad Cole, Bill Fuchs, Zoey Gill, Mike Barr, Zack Eller, Alexis Vogt, Willie Haylett, Kason Sneltzer
    Feature: Zack Downes, Dillon Speer, Steve Haefke, Brad Cole, Joe Campbell, Logan Keney, Zack Eller, James Buchanan, Shawn McBride, Bill Fuchs, Mike Barr, Alexis Vogt, Kelly Clark, Emily Stoyer, Nick Robie, Joe Keney, Jessica Harvey, Willie Haylett, Justin Bailey, Ana Vassen, Derrick Tuttle, Zoey Gill, Jacob Peterson, Kason Sneltzer, Scott Gill

  • Downes prevails in Mini Stock tilt at Raceway 7! Bossard, Watson, Reinwald, and Fielding also score opening night wins!

    Conneaut, OH (May 18, 2018]: The third try was a charm for Raceway 7 as finally Mother Nature finally smiled on race teams and fans. The Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks were the featured division with a twenty-lap finale paying $400 to the winner. Prior to the start of the action three drivers who became deceased during the off season were remembered, Kenny Lamp Jr, Bill Herb, and Richard Chess, Jr.

    Although the weather forecast had not called for rain until 3 AM, the sprinkles started just as the final feature concluded. 116 cars had signed in for the opening night program and fans were treated to close racing all through the program.

    After qualifying heats set the feature lineups the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods took to the raceway with Mitch Wright and Eric Reinwald on the front row for their fifteen lap finale. Reinwald led the way but caution flew as Clint Smith and Bob Bellinger had problems in turn one. On the resumption of action Wright got to the end of lap one leading with the Reinwald brothers second (Eric) and third (Kyle) when caution again flew before two laps were in the book, this time for Mike Harmon, stopped in turn two. For the next restart four cars (Bill Taylor, Justin Sax, Dustin Demattie, and Brandon Fiedler) failed to negotiate turn two. Eric Reinwald was back to the front at the green, followed by Wright and Kyle Miller. Justin Sax spun in turns three and four at five complete, again slowing the event. Miller pulled pitside under the caution. After the “Delaware restart” Eric Reinwald again led Wright, Kyle Reinwald, Casey Harmon, and Steve Haefke. With ten laps complete Justin Sax again spun in turn four. With three to go Haefke was third when caution appeared for Casey Harmon, turned around in turn four. With thirteen complete Kyle Reinwald spun from fourth place in turn four. With the white flag flying Ashley Rogers spun in turn four for the eighth slowing of the event. At the checkers it was Eric Reinwald, Mitch Wright, Steve Haefke, Dustin Demattie and Brandon Blackshear.

    The Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock Feature started with Pat Fielding and Mark Frontera up front. Fielding grabbed the lead at the drop of the green but three cars, Sid Snyder, Joe Stajnrajh, and Jason Fosnaught turned around on the back straight. Jamie Scharba had heavy damage to the right front but continued. Mike Miller spun in turn two for another caution but the leaders crossed the line prior to the caution so one lap was scored. Fielding again led on green with Frontera second when Garrett Calvert slowed to a halt on the back stretch, drawing the caution. At halfway it was Fielding, Frontera, Mike Miller, Chris McGuire, and Chris Withers when caution flew for David Baker who had spun into the turn four fence. Miller got to second at the restart with McGuire coming to third. Fosnaught, Leigh Wheeler, and Bill Applebee all wrecked at the end of nine laps. McGuire got to second at halfway but Miller fought back to the spot at the end of eleven. Joe Stajnrajh spun in turn four at twelve complete. Gary Miller and Ron Boardman spun in turn four with two laps remaining. At the white flag McGuire edged ahead of Miller for the runner up position but Fielding continued onto the win with Miller nosing ahead of McGuire at the line for second. Fosnaught wound up fourth with Withers fifth. It was Fielding’s first win at Raceway 7 and he remembered Richard Chess Jr, thanking his family for “raising such a good kid”.

    Shawn McBride and Defending Champion Joe Campbell brought the Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stock feature to green with $400 on the line for the win. McBride led to turn one but slid high on turn two, allowing Campbell to take over at the front. Campbell then went high and John Szeleznick took over at the head of the pack with Zack Downes coming to second from eleventh on the grid. At turn one on lap seven, Szeleznick again went high in turn two, allowing Downes to get to the lead. At eight laps the two front runners had a full straight lead over third running McBride. Yellow flew at eleven complete as Jacob Peterson slowed to a stop on the back straight, allowing McBride, Campbell, and Dhillon Speer to close the gap on the leaders. Downes began opening his lead over Szeleznick with Speer challenging both Campbell and McBride, coming to third at the white flag. The top five at the checkers were Downes, Szeleznick, Speer, Campbell, and McBride.

    Reigning champion Gary Eicher and Percy McDonald, another former champion, brought the twenty Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod starters to green after Billy Henry had to be towed from the racing surface during the pace laps. Eicher led till turn two when he slipped high, allowing Percy McDonald to take over at the front with Mike McGee second. Former champion Joel Watson came to third at the end of three from tenth on the grid. Caution flew at five laps when Hunter Hulley spun in turn four. For the restart it was McGee, Percy McDonald, Watson, Jesse Gould, and Eicher. Watson was second as the field roared out of two with McGee leading the way. At seven complete Eicher was back to fourth but yellow flew for Greg Johnson, Troy Johnson, and Casey Bowers all spun in turn two. Greg Johnson headed pitside but Troy Johnson and Bowers, spun but able to continue. Watson had half a length lead at the end of eight with Eicher third, behind McGee. At halfway it was Watson, McGee, Eicher, Gould, and Percy McDonald. With nine to go Rick Pratschler and Dan McDonald tangled in turn one. Eicher was up to second by twelve laps complete but Watson was pulling away. Percy McDonald spun in turn four at thirteen laps. For this green it was Watson, Eicher, McGee, Josh Ferry, and Nolan Dalton. McGee got by Eicher at lap fourteen with Dalton getting by Ferry for fourth. With two to go Watson had half a straight lead over McGee. A quarter lap was the final margin of victory over McGee, Eicher, Dalton, and Bud Watson.

    Josh Stroica and Darrell Bossard started the Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Model feature on the front row but John McGee got turned around at the start, immediately slowing the race and necessitating a complete restart. Bossard, a former champion, grabbed the lead at the start but only one lap was in when caution flew for Brandon Porter, spun on the main straight. When the race resumed Dave Airgood began pressuring Bossard for the lead with former champion Kyle Zimmerman third. Only three laps were complete when Mike Smith spun in turn three. Heading into turn one Airgood snagged the inside berm , then shot across the track, leaving Zimmerman no place to go, but to collide, and also gathering Josh Stoica. All were able to continue. Brandon Porter pitted during the caution. For the green it was Bossard, Breyton Santee, and Zach Kane with that order as the race progressed. Chad Sines and Cory Sines fill out the top five. At seven laps it was Khole Wanzer fifth but Airgood was back to the spot at eight complete. At halfway Mike Smith spun directly ahead of the leader but the entire field got by without contact. Airgood got to fourth at twelve laps. Cory Sines spun in turn one and was collected hard by Josh Stoica for the next caution. Kane got to second at the green but Santee fought back to run right next to him at fourteen. Then Airgood got by Kane and began challenging for second, gaining the spot with two to go. At the white flag Bossard had a half straight lead, going on to the checkers over Airgood, Santee, Kane, and Wanzer.


    Evergreen Lake Park Campground Crate Late Models:
    Heat 1: Dave Airgood, Josh Stoica, Zach Kane, Cory Sines, John Stockdale, Brandon Porter, Mike Smith, Khole Wanzer, John McGee
    Heat 2: Darrell Bossard, Kyle Zimmerman, William Pinckney, Chad Sines, John McGee, Breyton Santee, Jeff Walters
    Feature: Darrell Bossard, Dave Airgood, Breyton Santee, Zach Kane, Khole Wanzer, Chad Sines, John Stockdale, William Pinckney, Cory Sines, Josh Stoica, Mike Smith, Kyle Zimmerman, Brandon Porter, Jeff Walters (DNS)

    Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods:
    Heat 1: Josh Ferry, Greg Johnson, Michael McGee, Gary Eicher, Jesse Gould, Dan McDonald, Rick Pratschler, Dan Davies, Ken Zimmer
    Heat 2: Nolan Dalton, Percy McDonald, Steve Rex, Hunter Hulley, Josh McDonald, Alan Atkinson, Mike Kinney
    Heat 3: Joel Watson, Billy Henry, Troy Johnson, Bud Watson, Casey Bowers, Dan Sasso, Bill Taylor, Dennis Lunger
    Feature: Joel Watson, Michael McGee, Gary Eicher, Nolan Dalton, Josh Ferry, Dennis Lunger, Troy Johnson, Ken Zimmer, Alan Atkinson, Dan Sasso, Rick Pratschler, Jesse Gould, Steve Rex, Percy McDonald, Hunter Hulley, Bill Taylor, Dan McDonald, Greg Johnson, Casey Bowers, Billy Henry, Josh McDonald (DNS), Mike Kinney (DNS), Dan Davies (DNS)

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:
    Heat 1: Pat Fielding, Darr Dielegman, Leigh Wheeler, Chris Withers, Jason Fosnaught, Sid Snyder, Gary Miller
    Heat 2: Mark Frontera, Mike Clark, Chris McGuire, Jimmy Kennerknecht, Brad Stueger, Paul Schreckengost, Jessie Brock
    Heat 3:Garrett Calvert, Tony Bruno, Ron Boardman, Anthony Marotto, Gary Miller, Charlie Baptiste, David Baker
    Heat 4: Jamie Duncan, Jamie Scharba, Joe Stajnrajh, Mike Miller, Bill Applebee, Terry Wheeler
    Feature: Pat Fielding, Mike Clark, Chris McGuire, Jason Fosnaught, Chris Withers, Paul Schreckengost, Darr Diegelman, Bill Applebee, Anthony Marotto, Tony Bruno, Charlie Baptiste, David Baker, Terry Wheeler, Gary Miller, Ron Boardman, Sid Snyder, Joe Stajnrajh, Mark Frontera, Leigh Wheeler, Jessie Brock, Mike Miller, Garrett Calvert, Jamie Duncan, Jamie Scharba, Jimmy Kennerknecht, Brad Stueger

    Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods:
    Heat 1: Steve Haefke, Charlie Steinle Jr, Geoff Conn, Casey Harmon. Ashley Rogers, Dennis Dellinger, Brandon Fiedler
    Heat 2: Kyle Reinwald, Mike Harmon, Gary Olson, Bob Bellinger, Pat Drennan, Lee Patrick, Dale Fraschetti
    Heat 3: Kyle Miller, Eric Reinwald, Mark Titus, Matt Alexander, Dustin Demattie, Dennis Dellinger, Buzz Seitz
    Heat 4: Brandon Blackshear, Mitch Wright, Billy Henry, Justin Sax, Jason Brightman, Ed Roberts, Clint Smith
    Feature: Eric Reinwald, Mitchell Wright, Steve Haefke, Matt Alexander, Brandon Blackshear, Gary Murphy, Buzz Seitz, Justin Sax, Kyle Reinwald, Ashley Rogers, Pat Drennan, Brandon Fiedler, Jason Brightman, Ed Roberts, Devin Henry, Geoff Conn, Mike Harmon, Bob Bellinger, Kyle Miller, Chuck Steinle Jr, Dale Fraschetti, Gary Olson, Mark Titus, Matt Alexander, Casey Harmon, Dennis Dellinger (DNS)

    Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks:
    Heat 1: Jim Buchanan, Brad Cole, Shawn McBride, William Haylett, Bill Fuchs, Nick Steiger, Justin Bailey, Chuck Homa, Kyle Donnelly
    Heat 2: Zack Downes, Dillon Speer, Nichole Condron, Scott Gill, Zoey Gill, Mike Barr, Jacob Peterson, Jessica Harvey
    Heat 3: John Szeleznick, Joe Campbell, Mitchell Rex, Jim Haefke Jr, Derrick Tuttle, Wes Stull, Zack Eller, Emily Stoyer, Shane Shook
    Feature: Zack Downes, John Szeleznick, Dillon Speer, Shawn McBride, Joe Campbell, Brad Cole, Jim Haefke Jr, Nicole Condron, Jim Buchanan, Shane Shook, Zoey Gill, William Haylett, Bill Fuchs, Wes Stull, Nick Steiger, Mike Barr, Emily Stoyer, Justin Bailey, Zack Eller, Chuck Homa, Mitchell Rex, Jacob Peterson, Kyle Donnelly, Scott Gil, Jessica Harvey (DNS), Derrick Tuttle (DNS)