Sunday Sept 6th - - $22 General Admission - Gates Open at 3, Hot Laps at 6 Racing at 7. 

Coolers are OK - Sorry no Glass Bottles or Alcohol can be brought in.  We do Sell Beer behind the grandstands Happy Hour from 3 to 5 for $1 Beers. $2.50 after that. 

410 Sprints - Super Stocks - RUSH LateModels

ALL STAR SPRINTS and the JESSICA HANNAN BAND preshow from 3:15 to 6:15

Upcoming Events

Sunday - Sept 6th - ALL STAR SPRINTS

*410 Sprints
* RUSH Touring Late Models
Super Stocks -

 General admission will be $22 12 and under Free,  Pit pass $35 6-14 $25

Gates Open: :3pm,  ; 6pm Hot Laps  Racing: 7PM


  Sunday Sept 6th - All Star Sprint

+ 410 Sprints

+Rush Touring LateModels 
+ Super Stocks

$22 General Admission - Children 12 and under Free in GA - Pits $35 Kid Pits 6-14 $25

Gates Open at 3pm;  Hot Laps at 6pm; Racing at 7pm

We accept credit cards with a 3% Fee

Bulletin Board

Attention Fans: Small coolers are allowed but NO glass bottles or NO Alcholic Beverages to be carried in, NO Blankets or Plastic on the bleachers until after the gates open

• Track Record: RUSS KING holds the track record for Late Models at WCS with a lap of 16.737 - Andrew Palker Hold Track record for 410 Sprints at 14.298

RAIN CHECK POLICY - If a rainout is called for a race, you can use that ticket at face value for any event in 2015 (no cash back ) for another race.  Rain ticket may be used to purchase more than one ticket at a time.  They may be used to upgrade to a pit pass.  This must be done within 2015.  You can also mail tickets to the address below for a refund within 30 days from the date of the rained out event.  Any tickets mailed after that time will not be honored for a refund.  You must include a self addressed stamped envelope with contact phone number.   No cash refunds are given at ticket gates or office.  NO CASH BACK - Mail to Wayne County Speedway 209 Pine St. Creston OH 44217

ATTN: Super Stocks for the remainder of the year hoosier tires will be allowed if they durometer no softer the 50 and are no wider than 8 inches after the race.

Results 8-29-15

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 29, 2015
By Mike Swanger
The final night of points racing with track championships on the line made for some exciting racing at Wayne County Speedway on Lowe’s and Pepsi night Saturday. One of the tightest races for the championship crown was the Fisher Performance Sprints with Brad Haudenschild needing a ninth place finish or better to clinch the championship. Jordan Ryan would grab the lead from the pole with Shawn Hubler, Nick Patterson, Jimmy Colvin and Lee Jacobs in tow as ninth starting Haudenschild would be 7th at lap five with 16th starting Andrew Palker and 17th starter Danny Mumaw on the move behind Haudenschild. The caution would wave on lap six when 6th running Mitch Harble and Jacobs made contact on the front stretch sending Harble sliding into the infield and ending his night. With the race back to green, Ryan would open up a half straightaway lead as Haudenschild and Mumaw would gain positions on each lap. Driving the highside of the track, Haudenschild would track down Ryan with 10 laps to go and made the pass in turns one and two on the next circuit. As that lap got recorded, Jordan Harble would take a tumble off the guardrail in turn 4 to stop the action. As the green flag flew for the restart, Haudenschild pulled away from Ryan and Hubler with Mumaw would power past Hubler on lap 18 and then take second from Ryan with five to go and set sail for the leader. With the Mumaw Tree Stump Service, Finishline Autobody and Guerne Heights Drive Inn #16 of Mumaw closing in, front axle problems for Haudenschild’s sprinter forced him to drop out with three laps to go, giving the lead to Mumaw and the Wooster driver, who has had his share of mechanical problems, finally made it to victory circle. Ryan held on to second, his best finish at WCS as Hubler recorded his third third place finish. A fourth place finish for Colvin was his best finish of the season as Lee Jacobs took fifth. Jamie Myers, Colvin and Hubler were the heat winners. Haudenschild’s 15th place finish ended up being good enough to win the championship by 13 points over Nick Patterson who finished sixth in the feature.
  Doug Drown just needed to start the Lias Tire Super Late Model feature to secure the championship and as their 25 lap feature got underway, heat winner Matt Irey lead the opening lap with Ashland’s Ryan Markham taking over on lap two. Irey would keep the pressure on as Brad Malcuit and Drown dueled for third. Drown would win that battle and reeled in Irey and when he bobbled in turn two Drown slipped by for second. As the laps dwindled down, Markham and his H & T Demolition, Cool-It Thermotec and Accu Force Shocks #5m would encounter some lap traffic that allowed Drown to close in and as the checkered flag was in sight, Drown would try a powerslide in turns three and four but could not finish the deal as Markham roared out of turn four to win his first Super Late Model win of the season. Following Drown was Irey, Malcuit and heat winner Kirk Davis.
  Nick Smith was in the same position Drown was as all he needed to do to win the Aamco Transmission Super Stock title was to start the feature which he did. Chase Alexander opened up the feature by leading the first lap but after that, Canton’s Paul Holmes took over aboard the #68 and he would spend the next 14 laps fending off Alexander, Bob Daugherty and Smith. Numerous times all four were within two car lengths  of each other. Daugherty would take second for good just past the halfway mark and look for an opening to take the lead from Holmes as Alexander would keep Smith and bay. On the last lap, Daugherty would make a move to the high side of Holmes and as they drag raced to the finish line, Holmes won his third feature of the year by less than six inches over Daugherty. Alexander held third as track champion Smith was fourth followed bt Frank Oriti. Heat winners were Daugherty, Alexander and Tyler Thompson.
  Starting the feature of the Harriger Towing Rush Late Models would win the crown for Charlie Duncan but like all the other drivers would race for the win. Ryan Markham was looking for a double win night and looked good for the opening five laps of the feature but when he jumped the cushion in turn one on lap six, Hermitage’s Pa’s Alan Dellinger and his #8 car would take over with Duncan and Justin Chance all getting by as Markham would drop from competition on lap nine. Duncan would make several attempts in the last half of the 20 lap event to overtake Dellinger but he would be denied every time as Dellinger scored his first win of the season. Chance, the heat winner, would finish third followed by Jamie Wrightsman and Jim Nicely.
  Despite having bad finishes the last three weeks, Doug Hensel had built up a big enough points lead in the WQKT Mini Stock points chase that he just needed to start the feature race to take home the crown and a 14 place finish was good enough for the title. Killbuck’s Chris Priebe would lead all the way for his first win at WCS as early on six time winner Michael Workman would pester Priebe for the lead but Workman went pitside during a lap eight caution to end his chance at another win. Billy Parsons would move into second but could never make a run at Priebe as he would finish second with as Gary Hensel Jr., Brad Hensel and Kevin Markey rounded out the top five. Heat wins went to Priebe, Parsons and Brad Hensel. 
  Billy Dawson was in the drivers seat of the Mini Wedge points championship as he needed to take the green flag for the crown and like the other drivers who had the chance to win the crown still wanted to win the race but that would go to the heat winner, Logan Duncan as the Fredricksburg youngster would go flag to flag for his third win of the season aboard the Green Leaf Restaurant, Scanlon Enterprises and El Campensino Restaurant #015. Dawson would pick his way through the field from his 6th starting spot to finish second with Donnie Danley, Kyla Dillion and Jolene Voshel filling out the top five. The season awards for the Mini Wedges will be given out at the Blowout on Saturday, September 26th.
  Chuck Conway and Mike Winters split the lead for the first half of the Flat Track Cart feature but the last half of the race and win went to Jamie Johnson, his fourth win of the year. Johnson, who won the heat race was followed by Conway, Brandon Russell, Winters and Zach Myers.       
  Once again the Contingency Connection Awards were up for grabs for the drivers with nearly $100,000 worth of awards from national companys available.
  Sunday, September 6th will see both the UNOH All Star Sprints and the Sweeney Rush Late Model Tour making their third and final visits to Wayne County Speedway in 2015. The Aamco Transmissions Super Stocks will also be in action with the usual starting times. For more information on this race and the season ending Blowout on September 26th, Check the website at
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Heat   1   Jamie Myers, Lee Jacobs, George Prosser, Russ Sansosti, Jason Dolick, Andrew Palker, Danny Mumaw
Heat   2   Jimmy Colvin, Nick Patterson, Mitch Harble, Brad Haudenschild, Shawn Minor, Clay Riney, Troy Kingan
Heat   3   Shawn Hubler, Jordan Ryan, Jordan Harble, Kirk Jeffries, Jeremy Shambaugh, Aaron Fry, Scott Riley
Feature   Danny Mumaw, Jordan Ryan, Shawn Hubler, Jimmy Colvin, Lee Jacobs, Nick Patterson, Andrew Palker, Jason Dolick, Clay Riney, George Prosser, Russ Sansosti, Kirk Jeffries, Jeremy Shambaugh, Troy Kingan, Brad Haudenschild, Aaron Fry, Shawn Minor, Scott Riley, Jordan Harble, Mitch Harble, Jamie Myers dns
Heat   1   Matt Irey, Ryan Markham, Brad Malcuit, JR Gentry, Jim Nicely, Levi Flesher, Ricky Holderbaum
Heat   2   Kirk Baker, Doug Drown, David Liles, Larry Bellman, Kyle Moore, Corey Hornikel
Feature   Ryan Markham, Doug Drown, Matt Irey, Brad Malcuit, Kirk Baker, JR Gentry, Kyle Moore, David Liles, Larry Bellman, Jim Nicely, Levi Flesher, Ricky Holderbaum, Corey Hornikel dns
Heat   1   Bob Daugherty, Paul Holmes, Nick Smith, Gary Hensel Jr., Paul Kern, Ryan Leathers, Derek Lewton, Trae Schoenauer
Heat   2   Chase Alexander, Frank Oriti, Chris Albright, Brandon Craver, Don Rutt, Tyler Nicely, Dustin Daugherty, Cliff Staley, Steve Ott
Heat   3   Tyler Thompson, Mike Lonas, Dennis Amstutz, Brian Simpson, Paul McVicker, Roger Drouhard, Bob Fry, Jerry Miller dns
Feature   Paul Holmes, Bob Daugherty, Chase Alexander, Nick Smith, Frank Oriti, Chris Albright, Tyler Nicely, Gary Hensel Jr., Tyler Thompson, Paul McVicker, Dennis Amstutz, Dustin Daugherty, Brandon Craver, Brian Simpson, Trae Schoenauer, Don Rutt, Bob Fry, Cliff Staley, Paul Kern, Derek Lewton, Mike Lonas, Ryan Leathers, Roger Drouhard dns, Steve Ott dns, Jerry Miller dns
Heat   1   Justin Chance, Charlie Duncan,, Alan Dellinger, Ryan Markham, Paul Harriger, Jim Nicely, Vern Mardis, Jamie Wrightsman, Hiram Bachmann
Feature   Alan Dellinger, Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Jamie Wrightsman, Jim Nicely, Paul Harriger, Hiram Bachmann, Ryan Markham, Vern Mardis
Heat   1   Chris Priebe, Nova Martin, Brad Workman, Stephen Crowe, James Priebe, Mitch Reichard, Tim Workman, Jess Hensel
Heat   2   Billy Parsons, Jason St. John, Brian Dawson, Gary Hensel Jr., Dakota Wells, Caleb Spencer, Jeff Edwards, Casey Butler
Heat   3   Brad Hensel, Michael Workman, Kevin Markey, Doug Hensel, Wes Staley, John Mackey, Jim Burns
Feature   Chris Priebe,, Billy Parsons, Gary Hensel Jr., Brad Hensel, Kevin Markey, Brian Dawson, Brad Workman, James Priebe, Casey Butler, Mitch Reichard, John Mackey, Jeff Edwards, Jim Burns, Doug Hensel, Jess Hensel, Dakota Wells, Michael Workman, Wes Staley, Jason St. John, Stephen Crowe, Nova Martin, Caleb Spencer, Tim Workman
Heat   1   Logan Duncan, Donnie Danley, Kyla Dillon, Austin Pyle, Connor Hess, Jolene Voshel, Billy Dawson dns, Caitlin Johnson dns
Feature   Logan Duncan, Billy Dawson, Donnie Danley, Kyla Dillon, Jolene Voshel, Austin Pyle, Caitlin Johnson, Connor Hess dns
Heat   1   Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, Mike Winters, Steve Reed, Dan Delaney, Alec Ousley, Brandon Russell dns, Zach Myers dns, #25
Feature   Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, Brandon Russell, Mike Winters, Zach Myers, Steve Reed, Dan Delaney, Alec Ousley, #25

Results 8-22-15

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 22, 2015
By Mike Swanger
Fans and drivers were in the racing mood on School Spirit night (won by Waynedale) and to see if anyone could collect the bounty on Wooster’s Doug Drown in the Lias Tire Super Late Model Main on Santmyer Oil night. Drown would be looking to sweep the Attica Raceway Park/ Wayne County Speedway Late Model Series as he would grab the lead on the opening lap from his third starting position as Ryan Markham would power past the front row starters of Lauren Longbrake and Brad Malcuit on lap two and then with several cautions flying in the early laps, stay on Drown’s rear bumper. On a lap 11 restart, Markham would slide in front of Drown in turn one and two to momentarily take the lead but another caution flag would wave before the lap could be completed to negate Markham’s move. Markham could not repeat the move on the ensuing restart as Drown was ready for him and as the race wound down, Markham was never more than 2 car lengths behind but Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Nationwide Vehicle Protection and Wooster Glass #240 never slipped to record his ninth win at WCS and win all six of the ARP/WCS races plus picking up $500 for stopping the Bounty hunters. He also won the Innovative Graphics award by winning the most heat races in the Series. Larry Kingseed moved into third on lap 9 and finished out in that spot while Longbrake and Malcuit held off challenges by Mike Davis and Matt Irey to finish in that order. Heat winners were Malcuit, Drown and Markham.
  It looked like it was going to be a run away win for Brad Haudenschild in the Fisher Performance Sprint feature but Lady Luck was not riding with Haudenschild on this night. He would build up more than a straightaway margin over the field as Wooster’s Broc Martin, Jimmy Colvin, Danny Mumaw and Jordan Ryan dueled for second. Mumaw would drop with mechanical problems on lap 14 as T J Michael now moved into top five contention. A lap 21 caution for Clay Riney would slow the action and during the caution, Haudenschild’s right rear tire started to lose pressure and as the green waved again, Haudenschild could not hang on to the lead as he would go to the pits with Martin inheriting the lead. Pulling away from the pack, Martin would put the Santmyer Oil, Orrville Trucking and Jim Smith Enterprises #83 into the WCS winners circle for the first time this season. Michael would outmaneuver Ryan on the last restart to take second with Shawn Hubler scoring a fourth as Nick Patterson started 15th and filled out the top five. Colvin and Haudenschild would be the heat winners. Jac Haudenschild would flip in the first heat race and did not start the feature.
  The Aamco Transmission Super Stocks would chase after a $1,000 to win 20 lap main and Canton’s Paul Holmes would start on the pole with his #68 and the first half of the race would have Nick Smith hounding him. Following a lap 10 caution, Smith would drop from the field on the restart with Chase Alexander taking a short lived second place as 14th starting Tyler Thompson moved in to challenge Holmes for the top position. Tony Cline, Don Baney, Bob Daugherty and Brandon Craver were tightly bunched as they ran for top five contention. With two circuits to go, Thompson began to fade as Alexander returned to second but Holmes had pulled away to secure his second win of the year. Baney held off Daugherty for third as Cline, in his 1st race of the year, finished fifth. Smith and Alexander topped the heat races.
  Rick Mardis would out race Justin Chance into turn one and take the lead of the Harriger Towing Rush Late Model main but points leader Charlie Duncan would take over the top spot on lap three as Mardis would spin on that lap to bring out the yellow. Markham would now be second and on the double file restart, heat winner Duncan elected to start to the outside and when the green flag waved, Markham squeezed into the lead and then led the rest of the way for his second win in a row and third of the season aboard the Ashland based H & T Demolition, Cool It ThermoTec and Rocket Chassis #5m. Duncan finished second as Mardis recovered for third with Chance and Hiram Bachmann rounded out the top five.
  The WQKT Mini Stock feature was a physical beat and bang race that saw 1st heat winner Stephen Crowe upside down and early race leaders Chris Priebe and Jerry Adkins leaning on each other, Michael Workman, of Shreve, quietly worked his way through the field from his 9th starting position, took the lead from Adkins with five laps to go and put the JD Empire Trucking and S&M Motorsports #41w into victory circle for the sixth time in seven weeks. Adkins finished second as Greg Thompson was third followed by Nova Martin and Kevin Markey. Adkins and Thompson also picked up heat wins.
  Scott Delaney started at the rear of the Flat Track Cart feature but it only took him six laps to get to the front of the field to score his sixth win of the season. Jamie Johnson, Dan Delaney, Chuck Conway and Jason King filled out the top five as Steve Reed posted the heat win.
  Billy Dawson led all the laps in the heat race and the feature for his seventh Mini Wedge feature win of the year. Driving the Harriger Towing, Billy B Enterprises and Amsoil #7b, the Lakeville youngster was followed by Donnie Danley, Braxton Wilson, Logan Duncan and Brooklyn Wilson.
  The Contingency Connection Awards were again handed out as nearly $100,000 of yearly awards from many national companies are given away weekly at WCS.
  Next Saturday night, August 29 will be Season Championship night as all class’ will be running for double points as the points races wrap up.
  Remember to check out the tracks website at
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Heat   1   Brad Malcuit, Larry Kingseed, Matt Irey, Kirk Baker, Jerry Aber, Larry Bellman, Kyle Moore, Josh Haynes
Heat   2   Doug Drown, Cody Scott, DJ Cline, Ben Mott, Jason Hinton, Randy Davis, George Lee, Shane Campbell
Heat   3   Ryan Markham, Lauren Longbrake, Michael Davis, Vic Hottinger, Jim Nicely, Ricky Holderbaum, Rick Armstrong
Feature   Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, Larry Kingseed, Lauren Longbrake, Brad Malcuit, Michael Davis, Matt Irey, Kyle Moore, DJ Cline, Cody Scott, Larry Bellman, Kirk Baker, Vic Hottinger, Josh Haynes, Shane Campbell, Randy Davis, George Lee, Jim Nicely, Ricky Holderbaum, Jerry Aber, Ben Mott, Jason Hinton, Rick Armstrong dns
Heat   1   Jimmy Colvin, Danny Mumaw, Broc Martin, Jordan James, Kirk Jeffries, George Prosser, Jac Haudenschild, Mitch Harble, Nick Patterson
Heat   2   Brad Haudenschild, Shawn Hubler, Jordan Ryan, Russ Sansosti, TJ Michael, Clay Riney, Shawn Minor, Aaron Fry, Troy Kingan, Pete Grove
Feature   Broc Martin, TJ Michael, Jordan Ryan, Shawn Hubler, Nick Patterson, Mitch Harble, Russ Sansosti, Jimmy Colvin, Kirk Jeffries, Jordan Harble, Brad Haudenschild, Shawn Minor, Aaron Fry, Clay Riney, Danny Mumaw, Pete Grove, Jac Haudenschild dns, George Prosser dns, Troy Kingan dns
Heat   1   Nick Smith, Tyler Nicely, Tony Cline, Dustin Daugherty, Dennis Amstutz, Bob Daugherty, Frank Oriti, Brad Eagle, Todd Gallion dns, Bob Fry dns
Heat   2   Chase Alexander, Paul Holmes, Don Baney, Brandon Craver, Goob Grogg, Chris Albright, Paul McVicker, Tyler Thompson, Paul Kern, Rory Reed, #21g
Feature   Paul Holmes, Chase Alexander, Don Baney, Bob Daugherty, Brandon Craver, Brad Eagle, Paul McVicker, Dennis Amstutz, #21g, Tyler Nicely, Goob Grogg, Tyler Thompson, Frank Oriti, Paul Kern, Nick Smith, Dustin Daugherty, Todd Gallion, Chris Albright, Bob Fry dns, Rory Reed dns
Heat   1   Charlie Duncan, Hiram Bachmann, Rick Mardis, Justin Chance, Ryan Markham, Paul Harriger, Louis Alan, Mitch Basich, Cody Endlich, Jim Nicely, Brandon Perkins
Feature   Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Rick Mardis, Justin Chance, Hiram Bachmann, Paul Harriger, Mitch Basich, Louis Alan, Brandon Perkins, Jim Nicely, Cody Endlich dns
Heat   1   Stephen Crowe, Trae Schonauer, Nova Martin, Doug Hensel, Caleb Spencer, Jim Burns, David Keagy, Wes Staley
Heat   2   Jerry Adkins, Casey Butler, John St. James, John Mackey, Rick Bays, Neal Wert, Gary Hensel Jr., Dustin Rager dns
Heat   3   Greg Thompson, Chris Priebe, Michael Workman, Mitch Reichard, Kevin Markey, Lester Berry, Brad Workman, Billy Parsons
Feature   Michael Workman, Jerry Adkins, Greg Thompson, Nova Martin, Kevin Markey, Wes Staley, Trae Schonauer, Casey Butler, Mitch Reichard, Caleb Spencer, Lester Berry, John Mackey, Neal Wert, Doug Hensel, Jim Burns, Gary Hensel Jr., Chris Priebe, Rick Bays, Stephen Crowe, Elliot Robinson, Brad Workman, David Keagy dns, Dustin Rager dns, Billy Parsons dns
Heat   1   Steve Reed, Dan Delaney, Chuck Conway, Jamie Johnson, Jason King, Ethan Delaney, Ryan Boak, Zach Myers, Justin Chance, Scott Delaney dns
Feature   Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson, Dan Delaney, Chuck Conway, Jason King, Zach Myers, Ethan Delaney, Ryan Boak, Justin Chance, Steve Reed
Heat   1   Billy Dawson, Donnie Danley, Braxton Wilson, Evan Large, Logan Duncan, Brooklyn Wilson, Connor Hess, Austin Pyle, Jolene Voshel, Reese Bollinger
Feature   Billy Dawson, Donnie Danley, Braxton Wilson, Logan Duncan, Brooklyn Wilson, Reese Bollinger, Jolene Voshel, Evan Large, Connor Hess, Austin Pyle

Results 8-15-15

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 15, 2015
By Mike Swanger
Although all the feature winners had won this year at Wayne County Speedway, they had to earn their wins on Hall’s Auto Sales night to collect the winner’s purse plus the Contingency Connection’s awards for the night. Jordan Harble and Clay Riney opened the Fisher Performance sprint feature on the front row with Harble grabbing the lead at the start. Shawn Hubler spun in turn three to bring out the first caution on lap three as Sam Ashworth went to the pits to change a flat tire and return. One more lap got recorded before Riney smacks the wall in turn 2 as he was in second ending his night. On the restart, Jamie Myers would make a move on Harble for the lead that would lead to Harble getting into the turn two guardrail and flipping over to bring out the red flag. He would walk away from the wreck ok. Danny Mumaw, who started 8th and blasted past Mitch Harble and Brad Haudenschild on lap two, was in second behind Myers and as the race went green again, would do a power slide on Myers going into turn one to take the lead with Haudenschild getting by Myers on lap seven. Mumaw would open up a good size lead on Haudenschild but his run at a win came to an abrupt stop in turn one on lap 11 as his machine stopped with rear end problems. This would put the Kempthorn Automall, Fire & Ice Pub and J & J Racing #38k of Haudenschild into the lead and the Wooster driver sped to his sixth win of the year. Last week’s winner, Mitch Harble passed Myers on lap 17 to take home second with Myers getting his season best finish of third while Beau Stewart also had a season best finish of fourth at WCS while Ashworth came back for fifth. Haudenschild and Jordan Ryan topped the heats.
  Looking for his first Lias Tire Super Late Model win of the year, heat winner Ryan Markham jumped into the lead from his pole position with  Larry Bellman, Brad Malcuit and Wooster’s Doug Drown chasing, Malcuit would move to second on lap two while Drown dropped Bellman to fourth on the next circuit. Drown would pull into second on lap seven and as Markham ran the high groove and Drown the low side, Drown closed in. As the pair went down the backstretch on lap 12, Markham was slowed just a bit by a slower car and Drown edged past for the lead. Markham would storm back and was able to pull alongside Drown as they came out of turn four on lap 17. As Markham worked to get the lead back, he would smack hard into the front stretch wall at the five to go mark to end his race. Driving the Hall’s Auto Sales, Car Konnection and Wooster Glass #240, Drown would drive away from the field in the last four laps to record his 8th win at WCS. Malcuit collected second place as Cody Scott finished with his season best of third. First time visitor Lauren Longbrake was fourth as Bellman took fifth.
  Chase Alexander set the early pace of the Aamco Transmission Super Stock feature as points leader Nick Smith was second from their front row starting spots. Miamisburg’s Brandon Gardner would make it a three car battle early on as the threesome would be within a car length of each other. Using the high groove, Gardner would take second from Smith on lap six and then on the next lap, pull past Alexander for the lead. Alexander’s ride would come to a stop in turn four on lap 8 and could not continue. In the final five laps, Smith pressured Gardner for the lead as Paul Holmes, Don Baney and Tyler Thompson battled for third. Gardner and his Schaffer Racing Oil, RDL, and Rowtec #27g would hold off Smith by a car length to score his second win of the season at WCS and his 104th career win. Smith finished second for the sixth time to go with his 5 wins in 11 races at WCS. Holmes, last weeks winner, was third as Baney and Thompson filled out the top five. Heat winners were Gardner and Holmes.
  Points leader Charlie Duncan led the Harriger Towing Rush Late Models at the drop of the green with Brandon Gardner right behind as Justin Chance and Ashland’s Ryan Markham dueled for third. Markham would secure third place on lap four and then take second from Gardner on the next circuit. A caution flag for a stopped Jim Nicely on lap seven would put the cars in double file restart alignment with Duncan to the inside and Markham to the outside. The two would stay side by side in turns one and two but Markham and his H & T Demolition, Cool-It Thermotec and Rocket Chassis #5m would out drag race heat winner Duncan down the back stretch to take the lead and then held off Duncan the rest of the way to post his second win of the season. Chance ended up third with Jamie Wrightsman in fourth as Gardner finishing fifth.
  Directional Hydraulics sponsored the winners share of $300 for the WQKT Mini Stock main with Billy Parsons piloting into the early lead with Mitch Reichard, Gary Hensel Jr and 4 time winner Michael Workman in close pursuit. Workman would squeeze into second on lap three as Brad Hensel moved into the picture on lap five. Chris Priebe would bring out the yellow on lap eight and on the double file restart, Workman edged into the lead with Parsons, Hensel and Hensel Jr. all within a car length. Parsons pulled his car off with four laps to go as Workman and his Shreve based  JD Trucking and S&M Motorsports #41w held off last weeks winner Brad Hensel to score his fifth victory of the season. Hensel Jr., Colton Priebe and Reichard rounded out the top five. Hensel Jr. and Parsons were the best in the heats.
  Jamie Johnson led all the way in the Flat Track Cart feature to put the RJR Racing and Double T Speedway #33 in victory lane for the second week in a row and third time this year. Steve Reed, Chuck Conway, Zach Myers and Daryl Conkle followed. Johnson also won the heat.
  For the second week in a row, Billy Dawson swept the races in the Mini Wedges as the Lakeville youngster put the Billy B Enterprises, Harriger Towing and DJ Directional Services #7b into victory circle for the sixth time. Jolene Voshel was second followed by Caitlin Johnson, Connor Hess and Logan Duncan.
  Next Saturday night, August 22 at Wayne County Speedway, the final race of this years Wayne County Speedway/Attica Raceway Park Super Late Model Series is set and there will be a $1,000 bonus for anyone who can beat Doug Drown on Saturday as that will go with the $1500 to win race. The Aamco Transmission Super Stocks will have a $1,000 to win feature also. Plus the Fisher Performance Sprints, the Harriger Towing Rush Late Models, the WQKT Mini Stocks and the Carts and Wedges all on the racing card.
  Check the website at for more information.
Saturday, August 15, 2015
Heat   1   Brad Haudenschild, Jordan Harble, Mitch Harble, Shawn Minor, Troy Kingan, Jeremy Shambaugh, Nick Patterson
Heat   2   Jordan Ryan, Clay Riney, Jamie Myers, Danny Mumaw, Beau Stewart, Sam Ashworth
Feature   Brad Haudenschild, Mitch Harble, Jamie Myers, Beau Stewart, Sam Ashworth, Nick Patterson, Shawn Hubler, Troy Kingan, Jeremy Shambaugh, Danny Mumaw, Jordan Ryan, Jordan Harble, Clay Riney
Heat   1   Ryan Markham, Doug Drown, Larry Bellman, Brad Malcuit, Lauren Longbrake, Cody Scott, Jerry Aber, Randy Davis, Scott Smith, Ashley Todd, Ricky Holderbaum
Feature   Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, Cody Scott, Lauren Longbrake, Larry Bellman, Jerry Aber, Randy Davis, Ryan Markham, Scott Smith, Ashley Todd, Ricky Holderbaum
Heat   1   Brandon Gardner, Chase Alexander, Don Baney, Tyler Thompson, Tyler Nicely, Gary Hensel Jr., Jim Nicely, TA Perrine
Heat   2   Paul Holmes, Frank Oriti, Nick Smith, Ryan Leathers, Paul Kern, Dennis Amstutz, Steve Ott, Chris Albright
Feature   Brandon Gardner, Nick Smith, Paul Holmes, Don Baney, Tyler Thompson, Frank Oriti, Tyler Nicely, Dennis Amstutz, Chris Albright, Steve Ott, Gary Hensel Jr., Chase Alexander, Jim Nicely, Paul Kern, Ryan Leathers, TA Perrine dns
Heat   1   Charlie Duncan, Ryan Markham, Brandon Gardner, Justin Chance, Jim Nicely, Jamie Wrightsman, Hiram Bachmann
Feature   Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Jamie Wrightsman, Brandon Gardner, Hiram Bachmann, Jim Nicely
Heat   1   Gary Hensel Jr., Mitch Reichard, Colton Priebe, Jim Burns, Brad Hensel, Doug Hensel, Stephen Crowe
Heat   2   Billy Parsons, Michael Workman, Jordan James, Wes Staley, Chris Priebe, Rick Bays, David Keagy
Feature   Michael Workman, Brad Hensel, Gary Hensel Jr., Colton Priebe, Mitch Reichard, Stephen Crowe, David Keagy, Billy Parsons, Chris Priebe, Wes Staley, Jim Burns, Doug Hensel, Jordan James, Rick Bays dns
Heat   1   Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, Zach Myers, Daryl Conkle, Tim Myers, Brandon Gardner, Steve Reed, Buster Johnson
Feature   Jamie Johnson, Steve Reed, Chuck Conway, Zach Myers, Daryl Conkle, Tim Myers, Brandon Gardner, Buster Johnson
Heat   1   Billy Dawson, Logan Duncan, Caitlin Johnson, Connor Hess, Jolene Voshel
Feature   Billy Dawson, Jolene Voshel, Caitlin Johnson, Connor Hess, Logan Duncan

Results 8-8-15

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 8, 2015
By Mike Swanger
It was another action packed night at Wayne County Speedway on Southeastern Equipment night as the Mo Vaughn Transport BOSS non wing sprint cars were making their only appearance of the season at the track. Pole sitter Mike Miller would lead the 21 car field to the green flag and lead the opening two laps when the red flag waved for Randy Fink as he and Chuck Wilson made contact on the back stretch. Fink rolled and Wilson stayed upright but both were finished for the night. As the action went back to green, Miller was out front as fifth starting Landon Simon took second from Cooper Clouse and moved in on Miller. Simon would make the move for the lead in turn one on lap 6 as points leader Shawn Westerfeld would follow in his tire tracks for second. The two Indiana drivers would start to pull away from the field as a heated battle between Dustin Smith, Michael Fischesser, Clouse, Bobby Distl, Miller and Aaron Middaugh was in process for a top five finish. Caution flags on laps 13 and 18 would keep the field bunched together. As the final seven laps clicked off, Simon, of Indianapolis, held off one last charge by Westerfeld for his second BOSS win of the season aboard the Mount Baker Vapor #24. Dustin Smith would finish third behind Westerfeld to make it an all Indiana podium. Fischesser held on for fourth as 16 year old Clouse finished out the top five. Heat winners were Simon, Clouse and Westerfeld.
  It was night four of the Wayne County Speedway/ Attica Raceway Park Late Model Series and in the three previous races, Wooster’s Doug Drown had won all three and won a heat race each night for the maximum 165 points. The heat race streak would be stopped by Matt Irey and Brad Malcuit topped those but Drown would draw the outside pole position along side JR Gentry. At the drop of the green flag, Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Nationwide Vehicle Protection and Wooster Glass #240 popped into the lead with Ryan Markham right behind. A lap 4 caution for Chuck Kimble kept the field close together but on the restart, Drown would pull away from Markham as Gentry would lose a spot to Larry Kingseed with Irey and Malcuit in tow. Gentry would come to a stop in turn 4 on lap 14 for the final caution. Drown would pull away once again on the restart to post his 7th win at WCS and his 4th in the WCS/ARP Series. Markham would finish second for the 4th time in the Lias Tire Super Late Model points race. The last half of the race had the fans eyes glued to the battle for third as Kingseed, Irey, Malcuit and Cody Scott were changing positions on each lap before finishing in that order.    
  First time visitor Sam Ashworth would start on the pole of the Fisher Performance Sprint main  with Newark’s Mitch Harble along side. Ashworth powered his way into the lead but a spun Shawn Hubler slowed the action on lap three. Back to green and 5 time winner Brad Haudenschild tried to take second from Harble but instead banged the turn two guardrail and flipped to bring out the red as Haudenschild was ok but his race was over. Jason Dolick would spin before another lap could be recorded. After that, the race would go non stop although Hubler would do a 360 spin and keep going on lap nine. Ashworth would build up a good sized lead over heat winner Harble as 12th starting Danny Mumaw was trying to do the power slide on Nick Patterson for third on laps eight and nine in turn one but Patterson would motor back by coming out of turn two but finally on lap 11, Mumaw’s slider worked to take third. Harble would start reeling in Ashworth as his machine started to fade. Harble and his Harble Motorsports, Fisher Performance and Kistler’s #15h would take the lead on lap 17. Mumaw would take second with five to go when Ashworth bounced off the front stretch wall but kept going and in the final laps, Mumaw was closing in on Harble but ran out of laps. Ashworth held on to third in front of Patterson and Hubler.
  In just his second race of the year at WCS, Canton’s Paul Holmes went flag to flag for his first Aamco Transmission Super Stock win. Third starting Tyler Thompson would spin on lap two and Dennis Amstutz’s car would stop would slow the early action but after that, Holmes and his black #68 would drive away as 5 time winner and 8th starting Nick Smith in pursuit. Brandon Gardner finished in the third spot with Frank Oriti and Gary Hensel Jr. filling out the top five. Holmes and Tyler Nicely picked up the heat wins.
  Driving the DJ Directional Services and Fast Lane Towing #28, Wooster’s Brad Hensel led all the way for his second WQKT Mini Stock win. Billy  Parsons was stuck on the back of Hensel,s car but could never make the move to get by. Michael Workman, who had won the last three features, started 10th and moved into third on lap 7 and finished third. The two heat winners, Gary Hensel Jr. and Stephen Crowe rounded out the top five.
   Last weeks winner, Chuck Conway led the opening three laps of the Flat Track Cart feature but Jamie Johnson squeezed by on the next circuit and then held on for his second win aboard the RJR Racing and Double T Speedway #33. Conway finished second with Steve Reed, Matt Aber and Dan Delaney following. Johnson and Scott Delaney paced the heats.
  Lakeville’s Billy Dawson swept the Mini Wedge races as he pocketed his fifth feature win of the season aboard the Harriger Towing, DJ Directional Services and Miller Racing #7b. Matthew Moore and Jolene Voshel trailed Dawson.
  Contingency Connection awards of $100,000 for the season for the WCS drivers once again were available in last nights racing action.
  Saturday night August 15 will be a regular racing program on tap as the Fisher Peformance Sprints, Lias Tire Super Late Models, Harriger Towing Rush Late Models, Aamco Transmission Super Stocks, WQKT Mini Stocks and the Flat Track Carts and the Wedges will be in action. Check the website at for more information
Saturday, August 8, 2015
Moose Racing Heat 1   Landon Simon, Michael Fischesser, Dustin Smith, Chuck Wilson, Jeremy Shambaugh, Randy Fink, Scott Hardman dns
Cowen Truck Line Heat 2  Cooper Clouse, Andy File, Andy Middaugh, Bobby Distl, Chad Wilson, Bob McMillen, Andy Fike
Southeast Harley Davidson Heat 3  Shawn Westerfeld, Mike Miller, Cody Gardner, George Willard, Steve Little, Jeremy Duposki, Justin Owen, Buddy Lowther dns
Feature   Landon Simon, Shawn Westerfeld, Dustin Smith, Michael Fischesser, Cooper Clouse, Bobby Distl, Mike Miller, Aaron Middaugh, Andy File, Chad Wilson, Cody Gardner, George Willard, Jeremy Duposki, Bob McMillen, Andy Fike, Jeremy Shambaugh, Steve Little, Chuck Wilson, Randy Fink, Justin Owen, Scott Hardman, Buddy Lowther dns
Heat   1   Matt Irey, Doug Drown, Cody Scott, Paul Harriger, Jerry Aber, Corey Hornikel, Josh Haynes, Chuck Kimble, Levi Flesher, Ben Mott
Heat   2   Brad Malcuit, Larry Kingseed, Ryan Markham, JR Gentry, Larry Bellman, David Liles, George Lee, Randy Davis, Ricky Holderbaum, Nate Potts dns
Feature   Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, Larry Kingseed, Matt Irey, Brad Malcuit, Cody Scott, David Liles, Larry Bellman, Corey Hornikel, Ben Mott, Jerry Aber, Josh Haynes, Levi Flesher, Chuck Kimble, JR Gentry, Paul Harriger, Nate Potts, Ricky Holderbaum, Randy Davis dns, George Lee dns
Heat   1   Mitch Harble, Brad Haudenschild, Nick Patterson, Sam Ashworth, Shawn Hubler, Joe Armbruster, Json Dolick, Troy Kingan, George Prosser, Jeremy Duposki, Jordan Harble, Danny Mumaw     
Feature   Mitch Harble, Danny Mumaw, Sam Ashworth, Nick Patterson, Shawn Hubler, Joe Armbruster, Troy Kingan, George Prosser, Jason Dolick, Jeremy Duposki, Brad Haudenschild, Jordan Harble dns
Heat   1   Paul Holmes, Frank Oriti, Brandon Gardner, Nick Smith, Gary Hensel Jr., Paul McVicker, Todd Sherwin, Paul Kern, Roger Drouhard, Paul Whitten
Heat   2   Tyler Nicely, Tyler Thompson, Cliff Staley, Brandon Craver, Chris Albright, Dennis Amstutz, Steve Ott, Jim Nicely, Todd Gallion dns
Feature   Paul Holmes, Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Frank Oriti, Gary Hensel Jr., Brandon Craver, Tyler Nicely, Cliff Staley, Tyler Thompson, Jim Nicely, Paul McVicker, Chris Albright, Roger Drouhard, Todd Sherwin, Paul Kern, Steve Ott, Paul Whitten, Dennis Amstutz, Todd Gallion dns
Heat   1   Stephen Crowe, Jordan James, Mitch Reichard, Rick Bays, Brianna Hensel, Neil Wert, Wes Staley, Jim Burns
Heat   2   Gary Hensel Jr., Brad Hensel, Billy Parsons, Doug Hensel, Michael Workman, Lester Berry, Jeff Edwards
Feature   Brad Hensel, Billy Parsons, Michael Workman, Gary Hensel Jr., Stephen Crowe, Lester Berry, Rick Bays, Neil Wert, Brianna Hensel, Wes Staley, Jim Burns, Doug Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Jordan James, Jeff Edwards dns
Heat   1   Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, Steve Reed, Dan Delaney, Jason King, Cody Duncan, Noah Wengerd, Chandler Howell, Brandon Gardner
Heat   2   Scott Delaney, Matt Aber, Daryl Conkle, Zach Myers, Ryan Pearson, Tim Hall, Sean Rutt, Ethan Delaney
Feature   Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, Steve Reed, Matt Aber, Dan Delaney, Jason King, Ryan Pearson, Brandon Gardner, Tim Hall, Sean Rutt, Ethan Delaney, Daryl Conkle, Scott Delaney, Noah Wengerd, Zach Myers, Cody Duncan, Chandler Howell
Heat & Feature   Billy Dawson, Matthew Moore, Jolene Voshel

Results 8-1-15

Written by Kristin Flory.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 1, 2015
By Mike Swanger
  It was Kid’s Night at Wayne County Speedway with Bounce Houses, Lowe’s Kid’s Clinic, Snow cones and Bike Races with many prizes given away to the youngsters plus Driver Autograph night and Mar’s Trucking $1 Dog night all before the racing action got underway presented by Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic. Jason Dolick would take the lead from his outside pole position of the Fisher Performance Sprint feature for the opening two laps when Mitch Harble would power past. Dolick would bring out the first caution as he spun in turn four on lap five. This would put points leader Brad Haudenschild into second with Danny Mumaw third followed by Jimmy Pooler and Clay Riney who brings out the caution three laps later as he stopped on the track with a flat right rear. With racing back to green, Harble stayed out front with Haudenschild closing in and on lap 15, Haudenschild powered past coming out of turn two and as they went into turns three and four, Harble tried to slide underneath Haudenschild and they touch tires that sent Harble into a spin to bring out the yellow flag. As racing went back to green, Haudenschild and the Kempthorn Auto Mall, Fire & Ice Pub and J&J Racing #38k had clear track with Mumaw, who started 7th, in tow. Thirteenth starting Shawn Hubler was now third with Pooler and 16th starter Jordan Ryan in the top five. The red flag waved with three to go as Bob Lime tumbled in turn three and while the track and safety crew attended to him, Jamie Myers’ car caught fire while stopped, ending his night and a chance at a top five finish. As the race ran off the last three circuits, Haudenschild distanced himself from Mumaw as the Wooster driver chalked up his fifth win of the season with Mumaw collecting his third second place finish. Hubler tied his best finish of third while Ryan took fourth and Pooler finished fifth. Pooler and Haudenschild topped the heats.
  The Lias Tire Super Late Model feature would start with pole sitter Matt Irey setting the pace for the opening lap but Wooster’s Doug Drown would motor past Irey down the backstretch on the next lap and the only thing that would slow him down was a caution for Nate Potts on the next lap. It was all green after that and the Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Wooster Glass #240 of Drown was a rocketship and cruised to his 6th checkered flag of the season. The race for second was a heated one between Irey and Ryan Markham as they were never more than two car lengths apart. As the pair came out of turn four for the white flag, Irey and the lapped car of Ben Mott touched as that allowed Markham to slip by with Irey on his tail and as they came out of turn four for the final time, they made contact that sent Markham into a spin and he never stopped. Irey finished second with Markham third with Brad Malcuit and Mott rounding out the top five. Heat winners were Drown and Markham.
  Chaz O’Dell would give up his first lap lead to Wooster’s Nick Smith and he would lead the rest of the way for his fifth Aamco Transmission Super Stock win of the season aboard the Hillcrest Trucking, Butcher Block & Deli and Victor Bunt Racing #11. Early lap cautions was the only thing that would slow Smith down. Don Baney looked like he might be able to stay with Smith early but he pulled off with front end problems on lap seven and after that it was a three way battle for second between Jim Nicely, last weeks winner Tyler Thompson and 16th starting Paul Holmes as they kept close tabs on each other before finishing in that order. Cliff Staley worked his way from starting 13th to grab fifth. Smith and Thompson lead the way in the heat races.
  Starting on the front row of the Harriger Towing Rush Late Model feature, Points leader and heat winner Charlie Duncan and Ryan Markham would go wheel to wheel for the lead with Markham having the upper hand for the 1st half of the race but when they went by the flag stand on lap eleven, Markham’s power plant soured on him and he went pit side at that point and Duncan of Millersburg, would hustle to his third win of the season driving the Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Nationwide Vehicle Protection #240. Last weeks winner, Justin Chance would hold off Eric Wilson for second with Jim Nicely grabbing fourth as Hiram Bachmann his season best fifth place finish.
  Early on in the WQKT Mini Stock main, it was a back and forth battle between points leader Doug Hensel and Michael Workman and on a restart after a lap six caution, Shreve’s Michael Workman edged into the lead and Doug Hensel would try every which way he could to take the lead back but came up short. For Workman and his JD Trucking and S M Motorsports #41w, it was the fourth win in a row. Trae Shoenauer was a close third and first timers Brad Workman and Caleb Spencer filling out the top five. Best in the heat races were Stephen Crowe and Brad Hensel.
  Logan Duncan of Fredricksburg took the lead from heat winner Nick Large at the halfway mark of the Mini Wedge feature to put the El Campensino Restaurant, Scanlon Enterprises and Green Leaf Restaurant #015 in victory lane for the second week in a row. Large held on to second as Matthew Moore finished third followed by points leader Billy Dawson and Evan Large.
  Chuck Conway has been close a couple of times this year in the Flat Track Carts and Saturday night the Wooster driver led all the way to score his first win. Driving the Ace Transportation, Guerne Heights Drive Inn and Hudcos #44 was followed by Daniel Burkett, Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson and Steve Reed. Conway also won the heat race.
  Drivers were also once again competing for nearly $100,000 of yearly prizes awarded by the Contingency Connection.
  A big Sprint Car Doubleheader is set for next Saturday night August 8th as not only the Fisher Performance Sprints will be in action but the BOSS Wingless Sprints will be in action. Plus weekend #3 of the Wayne County Speedway/ Attica Raceway Park Late Model Series is on the racing card along with the Aamco Transmission Super Stocks, the WQKT Mini Stocks and the Wedges and Carts. For more information about the track, go to
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Heat   1   Jimmy Pooler, Clay Riney, Jamie Myers, Danny Mumaw, George Prosser, Troy Kingan, Shawn Hubler, Jeremy Aumend, Jordan Harble
Heat   2   Brad Haudenschild, Mitch Harble, Jason Dolick, Shawn Minor, Bob Lime, Gary Edwards, Nick Patterson, Jordan Ryan
Feature   Brad Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Shawn Hubler, Jordan Ryan, Jimmy Pooler, Mitch Harble, Nick Patterson, Jason Dolick, George Prosser, Troy Kingan, Gary Edwards, Shawn Minor, Jamie Myers, Bob Lime, Jeremy Aumend, Clay Riney, Jordan Harble
Heat   1   Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, Jerry Aber, Nate Potts, Corey Hornikel, Ricky Holderbaum
Heat   2   Ryan Markham, Matt Irey, Ben Mott, Shane Campbell, Randy Davis, Nick Cox
Feature   Doug Drown, Matt Irey, Ryan Markham, Brad Malcuit, Ben Mott, Jerry Aber, Corey Hornikel, Ricky Holderbaum, Randy Davis, Nate Potts, Shane Campbell, Nick Cox dns
Heat   1   Nick Smith, Don Baney, Frank Oriti, Jim Nicely, John Sutherland, Tyler Nicely, Cliff Staley, Ryan Leathers, Chris Albright, Todd Gallion
Heat   2   Tyler Thompson, Chaz O’Dell, Brandon Craver, Gary Hensel Jr., Dennis Amstutz, Paul Kern, Steve Ott, Paul Holmes, T A Perrine
Feature   Nick Smith, Jim Nicely, Tyler Thompson, Paul Holmes, Cliff Staley, Brandon Craver, Tyler Nicely, Paul Kern, Steve Ott, Ryan Leathers, Don Baney, T A Perrine, Chris Albright, Dennis Amstutz, Gary Hensel Jr., Frank Oriti, Chaz O’Dell, John Sutherland dns, Todd Gallion dns
Heat   1   Charlie Duncan, Ryan Markham, Jim Nicely, Justin Chance, Breyton Santee, Eric Wilson, Paul Harriger, Hiram Bachmann, Jamie Wrightsman
Feature   Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Eric Wilson, Jim Nicely, Hiram Bachmann, Paul Harriger, Jamie Wrightsman, Breyton Santee, Ryan Markham
Heat   1   Stephen Crowe, Jeff Edwards, Michael Workman, Kevin Markey, Caleb Spencer, Jess Hensel, Mike Barr, Rick Bays, David Keagy dns
Heat   2   Brad Hensel, Trae Shoenauer, Brad Workman, Doug Hensel, Wes Staley, Mitch Reichard, Jeff Barker, Neal Wert, Gary Hensel Jr.
Feature   Michael Workman, Doug Hensel, Trae Shoenauer, Brad Workman, Caleb Spencer, Stephen Crowe, Mitch Reichard, Neal Wert, Jeff Barker, Jess Hensel, Kevin Markey, Wes Staley, Mike Barr, Jeff Edwards, Brad Hensel, Rick Bays, Gary Hensel Jr. dns, David Keagy dns
Heat   1   Nick Large, Billy Dawson, Matthew Moore, Logan Duncan, Evan Large, Jolene Voshel, Connor Hess, Caitlin Johnson dns
Feature   Logan Duncan, Nick Large, Matthew Moore, Billy Dawson, Evan Large, Jolene Voshel, Caitlyn Johnson, Connor Hess
Heat   1   Chuck Conway, Scott Delaney, Steve Reed, Jamie Johnson, Daniel Burkett, Ryan Pearson, Zach Myers, Kyle Ritchie, Noah Wengerd, Dan Delaney, Joe Howard dns
Feature   Chuck Conway, Daniel Burkett, Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson, Steve Reed, Ryan Pearson, Kyle Ritchie, Zach Myers, Noah Wengerd, Joe Howard, Dan Delaney

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