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ITP/Moose Racing AMA/ATVA ATV Motocross National Championship Series

North and South Challenge Winners will be Honored Nov 6 at Grand Resort Hotel

Morgantown, WV (August 24, 2010) - The top amateur riders in the ITP Tires/Moose Racing AMA ATV Motocross Championship will get their time in the spotlight as the top three riders in each class of the North and South Challenges will be given special awards on November 6th at the Grand Resort Hotel in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The points were awarded throughout the season, and riders battled down to the final round for the championships.

North Challenge Winners

Ama Pro ATV
1. Josh Creamer
2. Dustin Wimmer
3. Josh Upperman

Pro Am Production
1. Joel Hetrick
2. Jeffrey Rastrelli
3. Travis E. Moore

Pro Am Unlimited
1. Joel Hetrick
2. Chase Snapp
3. Jeffrey Rastrelli

450 A
1. Tim Dettling
2. Stephen Schenk
3. Cody Suggs

450 B
1. Chase M Henry
2. Houston L. Hinton
3. Nick Garbe

450 C
1. Ryan Wheeler

Open A
1. Preston Young
2. Cory Acker
3. Tyler Dommel

Open B
1. Tj Timblin
2. Josh D. Williams
3. William P. Lloyd

Open C
1. Austin J. Clemens
2. Brekken Kleinschmidt
3. Anthony Beaubien

4-Stoke A
1. Josh R. Strominski
2. Cody Suggs
3. Preston Young

4-Stoke B
1. Chase M. Henry
2. Josh D. Williams
3. Ross Medlin

4-Stoke C
1. Ryan Wheeler
2. Brekken Kleinschmidt

Production A
1. Cole Henry
2. Corey Snapp
3. Cory Acker

Production B
1. Tj Timblin
2. William P. Lloyd
3. Houston L. Hinton

Production C
1. Austin J. Clemens

College 16-24
1. Brian Johnson
2. James Murrah

Junior 25 Plus
1. Josh R. Strominski
2. Joe Scarrow

Veteran 30+ A/B
1. Josh R. Strominski
2. Joe Scarrow
3. Mark Batson

Veteran 30+ C
1. Robert Bess
2. James E. Voyles

Senior 40+
1. Terry Monroe
2. Neil Hambly
3. James E. Voyles

Women
1. Hethery Byrd
2. Michelle Natalie

Women C
1. Kelsey L. Dyer
2. Rachel Dickson
3. Ariel Monroe

Schoolboy Sr. (14-17)
1. Cole Medlin
2. Brian Kinczfogel
3. Dylan Shafer

Schoolboy Jr. (13-15)
1. Brent Sellers
2. Cole Medlin
3. Brian Kinczfogel

Super-mini (13-15)
1. Nicholas Gennusa
2. Samuel Rowe
3. Brandy Cottage

90 Modified
1. Ryan Korody
2. Benjamin D. Brocato
3. Jeremy J. Ledonne

90 Production (8-15)
1. Chase Horton
2. Blake Sarver
3. Benjamin D. Brocato

90 Automatic Sr. (12-15)
1. Chase Horton
2. Corey L. Powers
3. Maci Devenport

90 Automatic Jr. (8-11)
1. Corey J. Heath
2. Grayson Eller
3. Jordan Digby

90 CVT (8-15)
1. Jesse Voiles
2. Grayson Eller
3. Corey L. Powers

70 Modified (6-11)
1. Cole Sepesi
2. Tyler J. Peters
3. David Collard

70 CVT (6-11)
1. Dj Bassani
2. Jesse Voiles
3. Joshua Holley

70 SS (6-11)
1. Corey J. Heath
2. Blake Bronson
3. David Collard

50 Sr. (6-8)
1. Eli R. Hopkins
2. Lane Baird
3. Tristen Liebe

50 CVT (6-8)
1. Gaige Keane
2. Taron Liebe

50 Limited Jr. (4-6)
1. Nicholas Woodbury
2. Matthew Holley
3. Brandon Bassani

South Challenge Winners

Ama Pro ATV
1. Josh Creamer
2. Dustin Wimmer
3. Chad Wienen

Pro Am Production
1. Chase Snapp
2. Joel Hetrick
3. Casey Martin

Pro Am Unlimited
1. Joel Hetrick
2. Chase Snapp
3. Jeremy R. Tulenchik

450 A
1. Stephen Schenk
2. Wesley Holifield
3. Tim Dettling

450 B
1. Brett Cusumano
2. Chase M Henry
3. Tyler Hamrick

450 C
1. Bren Marra
2. Andy A. Donegan

Open A
1. Tyler Dommel
2. Tc Nales
3. Cory Acker

Open B
1. William P. Lloyd
2. Jacob Gross

Open C
1. David Henderlite
2. Brandon Thacker

4-Stoke A
1. Shane J. Bolen
2. Tyler Dommel
3. Dalton Hicks

4-Stoke B
1. Chase M. Henry
2. Tyler Hamrick
3. Jacob Mcgraw

4-Stoke C
1. Ryan Wheeler

Production A
1. Cole Henry
2. Cory Acker
3. Stephen Schenk

Production B
1. Randy Hurst Jr
2. Tyler Hamrick
3. Josh West

Production C
1. Bren Marra
2. Andy A. Donegan

College 16-24
1. Brian Johnson
2. James Murrah
3. Brandon Ward

Junior 25 Plus
1. Josh R. Strominski
2. Joe Scarrow

Veteran 30+ A/B
1. Josh R. Strominski
2. Joe Scarrow
3. Randy L. Hurst

Veteran 30+ C
1. Bryan Williams
2. David Henerlite

Senior 40+
1. Randy L. Hurst
2. Lane Coile
3. CD Musick

Women
1. Hethery Byrd
2. Kayle Dyer

Women C
1. Kelsey L. Dyer
2. Nicole Gates
3. Rachel Dickson

Schoolboy Sr. (14-17)
1. Cody Brooks
2. Ries Parvin

Schoolboy Jr. (13-15)
1. Brent Sellers
2. Cody Brooks
3. Cole Medlin

Super-mini (13-15)
1. Samuel Rowe
2. Nicholas Gennusa
3. Brett Musick

90 Modified
1. Brett Musick
2. Chloe Buerster
3. Jeremy J. Ledonne

90 Production (8-15)
1. Tyler J. Peters
2. Blake Sarver
3. Clay Pearson

90 Automatic Sr. (12-15)
1. Corey L. Powers
2. Collin Traylor
3. Samantha Bronson

90 Automatic Jr. (8-11)
1. Corey Heath
2. Jordan Digby
3. Grayson Eller

90 CVT (8-15)
1. Tyler Mack
2. Travis Wotring
3. Jesse Voiles

70 Modified (6-11)
1. Cole Sepesi
2. Ryan Harness
3. Tyler J. Peters

70 CVT (6-11)
1. Dj Bassani
2. Travis Wotring
3. Logan Dusenberry

70 SS (6-11)
1. Corey J. Heath
2. Nolan Cochran
3. David Collard

50 Sr. (6-8)
1. Eli R. Hopkins
2. Lane Baird
3. Emily Bowyer

50 CVT (6-8)
1. Ben Kirkland
2. Jake Szigeti
3. Shane Cooter

50 Limited Jr. (4-6)
1. Ethan Ahlm
2. Jake Szigeti
3. Ashton G. Ward

The North and South Challenges were created in 2010 to accommodate those unable to travel to the entire 2010 ITP/Moose Racing AMA ATV Motocross Championship. Racers from across the nation battled in six races throughout the season to earn special awards that will be presented at the banquet. To be eligible for the awards, the riders had to attend all six rounds of either the North and/or South Challenge. Any ties for the championship was broken by the best finish at the final round in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

About the ITP/Moose Racing AMA ATV Motocross Championship presented by Parts Unlimited/em>
ITP/Moose Racing AMA ATV Motocross Championship presented by Parts Unlimited is the nation's premier amateur and professional ATV motocross series, and competes at top motocross facilities nationwide. The 11-round series features the Nation's best racers, teams and sponsors, and is America's largest and longest-running ATV National Motocross series with more than 20 years of competition. The series continues to expand and produce top talent from the amateur ranks, while keeping close to the grassroots fun that makes people love to go to the races. For more information, please visit www.atvmotocross.com.

About MX Sports Pro Racingem>
MX Sports Pro Racing manages and produces the world's most prestigious motocross series - the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship. An industry leader in off road powersport production and management, its mission is to raise awareness of motocross racing through the production of professional championship racing events nationwide. Through its various racing properties, partnerships and affiliates, MX Sports Pro Racing fields more than 60,000 action sports athletes each year and attracts millions of active fans, spectators and enthusiasts. For more information, please visit
www.mxsportsproracing.com.


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