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2010 Loretta Lynn Amateur MX - Saturday

Sunday, August 8, 2010
Racing action was intense in Tennessee with multiple motos wrapping up the AMA Amateur National Championship. After a week-long period of intense competition and extreme fatigue, some of the races captured unexpected results. Here’s a snapshot of all the final motos that went down on Day 5 at the Ranch.
 
250 A/Pro Sport Moto 3
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Heading into the final moto Jason Anderson was picked as the favorite to win having already dominated in the first two motos. However, things didn’t work out as expected. Zackery Freeberg and Lowell Spangler were out front in the early lead aboard their Kawasakis, with Ian Trettel trailing in third. All Anderson needed to claim the championship was a fifth-place finish, but his hopes of a title win were quickly demolished when he had to wheel his machine off the track.
 
Having no idea he had won the championship until crossing the finish line was Freeberg with a score of 4-5-1 for the week. After finishing third in Moto 3, Trettel took home a second-place overall finish with Honda rider Gavin Faith and Spangler rounding out the top-four finishers in their class in third and fourth, respectively.
 
250 A/Pro Sport Moto 3 Results:
Zackery Freeberg had no idea he had won the championship ultil he crossed the finish line in first ahead of Lowell Spangler.
Zackery Freeberg had no idea he had won the championship ultil he crossed the finish line in first ahead of Lowell Spangler.

1. Zackery Freeberg (Kawasaki) 4-5-1 
2. Lowell Spangler (Kawasaki) 8-9-2 
3. Ian Trettel (Suzuki) 5-3-3 
4. Jacob Hayes (Kawasaki) 15-2-4 
5. Nicholas Myers (Honda) 11-14-5 
6. Nick Paluzzi (Suzuki) 34-10-6
7. Dalton Carlson (Kawasaki) 27-16-7 
8. Cole Martinez (Yamaha) 6-8-8 
9. Justin Starling (Honda) 9-7-9 
10. AJ Catanzaro (Kawasaki) 17-22-10

250 A/Pro Sport Championship Results:
1. Zackery Freeberg
2. Ian Trettel
3. Gavin Faith
4. Lowell Spangler
5. Jacob Hayes 

250 B Modified Moto 3 
Kyle Peters got a great start out of the gate and led during the opening lap, followed by Justin Bogle and Jessy Nelson. Although he didn’t need to win the moto to win the title, Bogle shot around Peters to take the lead with Nelson making a block pass on Peters to bring him up to second. Before the checkers were out Jesse Wentland, Brad Frace and Justin Hill all managed to make passes on Peters, who started in first but ended back in sixth.
 
Bogle pulled away from the pack and clenched his sixth moto win as well as the championship. The Kawasaki rider easily proved the most successful rider this week by winning every moto he started in. Following directly behind Bogle in the championship was Peters who, despite dropping positions in the final moto, had enough to take second overall. After finishing second in Moto 3, Nelson earned the final podium spot in the series with a third-place finish.
 
Justin Bogle took another win in the 250 B Modified class. He has won every moto hes been in the entire week.
Justin Bogle was the most successful rider at the amateur nationals after winning every race he started in.

250 B Modified Moto 3 Results:
1. Justin Bogle (Kawasaki) 1-1-1
2. Jessy Nelson (Honda) 6-4-2 
3. Jesse Wentland (Yamaha) 9-13-3 
4. Brad Frace (Kawasaki) 12-3-4
5. Justin Hill (Suzuki) 3-17-5
6. Kyle Peters (Honda) 2-2-6 
7. Austin Burns (Kawasaki) 11-11-7  
8. Bryce Stewart (Suzuki) 4-9-8 
9. McCoy Oldenburg (KTM) DNF-21-9
10. Blake Lilly (Yamaha) 18-27-10

250 B Modified Championship Results:
1. Justin Bogle
2. Kyle Peters
3. Jessy Nelson
4. Brad Frace
5. Bryce Stewart

Super Mini 1 (12-15) Moto 3
In the beginning it was Cooper Webb leading with Dakota Alix and Nick Gaines in hot pursuit. For the first half of the competition Alix applied tremendous pressure on Webb and didn’t let up. Further back Henry Miller and Cody Cornwell battled over the last half of the race, with Cornwell eventually pulling ahead and moving up some positions.
 
Despite Alix keeping close for the majority of the race, Webb didn’t falter and finally made up some ground in the final laps to take the win in the final moto ahead of Alix and Gaines. With a final result of 1-2-1 for the week Webb took the overall win with Alix close behind in the championship with a score of 2-1-2. Gaines took third overall with the Kawasaki rider going 5-4-3 during the series.
Cooper Webb didnt falter under the pressure of Dakota Alix  and took the final moto win in the Supermini 2 class along with the championship victory.
Cooper Webb didn't falter under the pressure of Dakota Alix, and took the final moto win in the Supermini 1 class along with the championship victory.

Super Mini 1 (12-15) Moto 3 Results:
1. Cooper Webb (Honda) 1-2-1 
2. Dakota Alix (Suzuki) 2-1-2 
3. Nick Gaines (Kawasaki) 5-4-3
4. Cody Cornwell (Yamaha) DNF-7-4
5. Scott Carpenter (Suzuki) 13-8-5
6. Andrew Pierce (Kawasaki) 39-DNS-6 
7. Henry Miller (Yamaha) 14-21-7 
8. Daniel Baker (KTM) 4-3-8 
9. Andrew Silverstein (Honda) 6-6-9 
10. John Short III (Kawasaki) 15-10-10

Super Mini 1 (12-15) Championship Results:
1. Cooper Webb
2. Dakota Alix
3. Nick Gaines
4. Daniel Baker
5. Andrew Silverstein 

250 A Moto 3
In the 250 A final moto Jacob Hayes got off to a quick lead heading into the first turn. The main players in this moto, however, were Ian Trettel and Gannon Audette. With both Suzuki riders running tight in the competition, whoever finished above the other would walk away from the track carrying the championship. Both Trettel and Audette were outside the top-10 at the start of the moto, and both attempted to make their way through traffic ahead of the other. In the final laps Trettel managed to climb up to second and create some distance between himself and Audette, who was running third after an impressive charge through the field.
 
Even though Trettel was going to win the championship from his second-place position, his luck got even better as Hayes crashed out of the lead – giving the moto win to the overall winner in the 250 A division. Second in the National Championship was Audette after he put in strong performances across all three motos. Coming in fifth in the final moto and taking third overall in the championship was Freeberg, who went 3-3-5 at Loretta Lynn Ranch.
 
250 A Moto 3 Results:
1. Ian Trettel (Suzuki) 2-1-1  
2.Gannon Audette (Suzuki) 1-2-2
3. Jacob Hayes (Kawasaki) 5-4-3 
4. Justin Starling (Honda) 7-6-4 
5. Zackery Freeberg (Kawasaki) 3-3-5 
6. Austin Howell (Suzuki) 4-5-6 
7. Cole Martinez (Yamaha) 9-9-7 
8. Kody Kamm (Yamaha) 13-13-8 
9. Jake Loberg (Kawasaki) 11-10-9 
10. AJ Catanzaro (Kawasaki) 8-11-10

250 A Championship Results:
1. Ian Trettel
2. Gannon Audette
3. Zackery Freeberg
4. Jacob Hayes
5. Austin Howell

Other Saturday Results

250 C Stock Moto 3 Results:
1. Ryan Breece (Yamaha)
2. Colby Mullins (Kawasaki)
3. Daua Andreoli (Honda)

250 C Stock Championship Results:
1. Ryan Breece
2. Colby Mullins
3. Jacob Grzebinski
In the 250 B Stock division Brad Frace took the championship win after staying consistent all week long.
In the 250 B Stock division Brad Frace took the championship win after staying consistent all week long.

Schoolboy 2 (13-16) B/C Moto 3 Results:
1. Jeremy Martin (Suzuki)
2. Joey Savatgy (Suzuki)
3. Matthew Biscelglia (Yamaha)
 
Schoolboy 2 (13-16) B/C Championship Results:
1. Joey Savatgy
2. Jesse Wentland
3. Jeremy Martin

250 B Stock Moto 3 Results:
1. Kyle Peters (Honda)
2. Brad Frace (Kawasaki)
3. Jessy Nelson (Honda)

250 B Stock Championship Results:
1. Brad Frace
2. Kyle Peters
3. Luke Renzland

65 (7-9) Stock Moto 3 Results:
In the 65  7-9  Stock class Jordan Bailey took the crown and proved himself to be a rising start in the world of motocross.
In the 65 (7-9) Stock class Jordan Bailey took the crown and proved himself to be a rising start in the world of motocross.

1. Brock Papi (KTM)
2. Jordan Bailey (KTM)
3. Johnny Garcia (KTM)
 
65 (7-9) Stock Championship Results:
1. Jordan Bailey
2. Brock Papi
3. Carter Halpain

65 (10-11) Stock Moto 3 Results:
1. Jake Pinhancos (KTM)
2. Luke Purther (KTM)
3. Joey Crown (KTM)

65 (10-11) Stock Championship Results:
1. Jake Pinhancos
2. Joey Crown
3. Luke Purther

Alexah Pearson grabbed the Women 14 Plus title ahead of Erika Cook  who took a victory in the final moto.
Alexah Pearson grabbed the Women 14 Plus title ahead of Erika Cook, who took a victory in the final moto.
Women 14 Plus Moto 3 Results:
1. Erika Cook (Yamaha)
2. Alexah Pearson (Yamaha)
3. Kristen Raemisch (Yamaha)
 
Women 14 Plus Championship Results:
1. Alexah Pearson
2. Erika Cook
3. Marrissa Markelon


85 (12-14) Modified Moto 3 Results:
1. Chase Bell (Kawasaki)
2. Steven Gretchen (Suzuki)
3. Darian Sanayei (Kawasaki)

85 (12-14) Modified Championship Results:
1. Steven Gretchen
2. Jordan Smith
3. Chase Bell

85 (9-11) Stock Moto 3 Results:
1. Mark Worth (Kawasaki)
2. Austin Forkner (Suzuki)
3. Tristan Charboneau (Yamaha)

85 (9-11) Stock Championship Results:
1. Austin Forkner
2. Tristan Charboneau
3. Mitchell Harrison

Senior 40 Plus Moto 3 Results:
1. Doug Dubach (Yamaha)
2. Kevin Walker (Yamaha)
3. Michael Treadwell (Kawasaki)

Senior 40 Plus Championship Results:
1. Kevin Walker
2. Doug Dubach
3. Michael Treadwell

Cooper Webb suffered bitter disappointment in the Supermini 2 class after getting tangled up with a laped rider on the final lap.
Cooper Webb suffered bitter disappointment in the Supermini 2 class after getting tangled up with a laped rider on the final lap.
250 C Modified Moto 3 Results:
1. Broc Gourley (KTM)
2. Cody Bristlin (Suzuki)
3. Colby Mullins (Kawasaki)

250 C Modified Championship Results:
1. Broc Gourley
2. Colby Mullins
3. Cody Bristlin

450 A Moto 3 Results:
1. Austin Howell (Suzuki)
2. Gavin Faith (Honda)
3. Dalton Carlson (Kawasaki)
 
450 A Championship Results:
1. Jason Anderson
Despite getting a flat tire and struggling during most of the 450 B Modified final moto  Chirs Plouffe finished fourth and took the overall win aboard his Honda.
Despite getting a flat tire and struggling during most of the 450 B Modified final moto, Chirs Plouffe finished fourth and took the overall win aboard his Honda.

2. Austin Howell
3. Gavin Faith

Super Mini 2 (13-16) Moto 3 Results:
1. Jace Owen (Suzuki)
2. Nick Gaines (Kawasaki)
3. Cooper Webb (Honda)

Super Mini 2 (13-16) Championship Results:
1. Jace Owen
2. Cooper Webb
3. Dakota Alix

450 B Modified Moto 3 Results:
1. Bogen Cochran (Kawasaki)
2. Mitchel Alcorn (Yamaha)
3. Chad Crawford (Kawasaki)

450 B Modified Championship Results:
1. Chris Plouffe
2. Bogen Cochran
3. Chad Crawford

Navy SEAL Stacey Virgin won the first two Vet B C 30 Plus motos but crashed out of the final  giving the overall victory to Dave Jones who was riding a 125.
Navy SEAL Stacey Virgin won the first two Vet B/C 30 Plus motos but crashed out of the final, giving the overall victory to Dave Jones who was riding a 125.
Vet B/C 30 Plus Moto 3 Results:
1. Steven Nagy (Suzuki)
2. Robert Crews (Yamaha)
3. Shawn McKenna (Honda)

Vet B/C 30 Plus Championship Results:
1. David Jones
2. Robert Novac
3. Randy Salamon

College B/C (17-24) Moto 3 Results:
1. Tyler Bereman (Yamaha)
2. Dylan Cox (Kawasaki)
3. Chris Plouffe (Honda)
 
College B/C (17-24) Championship Results:
1. Tyler Bereman
2. Dylan Cox
3. Chris Plouffe

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Comments
TaSean -David Jones  August 10, 2010 09:35 PM
This awesome to see my uncle come out on top with a 2 stroke.. That just comes to show you, dont need the new bikes to run at this pace that these guys train for year in and year out.. congrats uncle David