(September 6th, 2014)-EDON: 121 racers entered The Kyle Beck Memorial Race at Stateline Speedway. Beck, a Rumble Racing Series Kart standout from Pettisville, died in a farming accident on October 25 of last year at the age of 18.
In the Kid Karts division, Derrick Wagner came away with the win. Wyatt Overdeer was the second racer to finish, while Hayden McKnight took third. Jasmine Goble and Hunter Weaver rounded out the top five.
For the Junior Flat Karts, Michael Villena was first to finish. Kasey Ziebold managed a second place finish. Alex Green came in third, with Drew Wagner and Jakeb Boxell crossing the line right behind him.
The Junior 2 Champ division race was won by Breiden Mooney. Jaden Cretacci took second place. Kasey Ziebold, Paige Rogers, and Kalman Couturier completed the top five.
In the Junior 3 Flat race, Tayte Williamson claimed victory. Myles Morrolf was the second place finisher. Kelcee Krieg came in third.
The Senior Champs race saw Steven Berlin achieve victory. Bradley Boyer laid claim to second place, while John Mattson finished third. Donnie Morningstar and Bill Sink took fourth and fifth place, respectively.
In Clone Medium action, Alyson Cretacci won the race, and Jordan Cretacci brought home second place.
For the Clone Heavy race, Des Swenson took first place. Dan Swenson finished in second. Josh Burns was third to cross the finish line, while Kyle DeKnight and Chris Whipple finished the order of the top five.
The Super Heavy race was won by Kik Stahl, with Keven Stahl taking second place. Nicholas Hicks finished third, and Vance Nofziger fourth.
In Senior Medium Flathead race, Josh Hanselman took home the win. Ryan Moran finished in second. Kevin Osterholt, Zach Myers, and Philip Osterholt were the next three races to finish, in that order.
The Senior Heavy Flathead race was also won by Josh Hanselman. Rick Osterholt claimed second place. Ryan Moran was the third racer to complete the race. Zach Meyers came in fourth place, and Ron Osterhot fifth.
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