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41-45 year old Cruiser:
1. Mike Layfield
2. Richard Thomas
3. James Favata

6 year old Novice:
1. Harry Montgomery
2. Will Simko
3. Charlie Wissman

7 year old Novice:
1. Kai Vert
2. Hank Wilks
3. Avery Farlow

8 year old Novice:
1. Scott Webster
2. Jeffrey Montgomery
3. Tyler Porter

6-22-13
Elliott Rhoades of Frankford, DE competes in the 9 year old Intermediate race.

9 year old Novice:
1. Benson Schmidt
2. Paige Simko
3. Olivia Montgomery

11 year old Novice:
1. Harrison Farris
2. Sydney Wissman
3. Austin Oliver

7 year old Intermediate:
1. Joshua March
2. Colton Boggs
3. Wyatt Lane

9 year old Intermediate:
1. Elliott Rhoades
2. Holt Baker
3. Lane Markham

11 year old Intermediate:
1. Zachary Lawson
2. Lucas Payton
3. Gunner Ruark

12 year old Intermediate:
1. Nicholas Payton
2. Noah Payton
3. Francis Morrisey

14 year old Expert:
1. Dalton Williams
2. Nolan Brockmeyer
3. Richard Thomas

19-27 year old Expert:
1. Dylan White
2. Max Gawthrop
3. Hunter Schmidt

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