2005 Results, CSCN

ADAM WEST CROWNED 2005 SOUTHERN ONTARIO SPRINTS CHAMPION

By Bill Oldroyd

Ohsweken Speedway – September 18, 2005

Adam West of Ridgetown was officially crowned the 2005 Southern Ontario Sprints Champion following the completion of the SOS Championship Invitational on Sunday. West becomes the ninth different champion in the ten year history of the SOS. Glenn Styres hopes of a second SOS title were dashed when West finished in the top ten giving him enough points to secure his first ever SOS Championship. Styres did everything within his control by taking the victory, his sixth of the season and his twelfth SOS victory of his career. For Styres, this capped off an exciting weekend as his facility hosted the very successful, first annual, Canadian Sprint Car Nationals on Saturday.

The 25-lap Invitational began with Jim Porter and Brian Lee pacing the field to the final green flag of the season. Porter jumped into the early lead with Dick Mahoney and Warren Mahoney in hot pursuit. On lap three, Daryl Turford suffered mechanical problems, bringing out the first caution of the event.

Porter continued to lead until lap nine when the ‘Tilbury Tornado’, Kyle Patrick made the pass for the top spot after starting the event in the tenth position. At the mid point of the race it was Patrick leading followed by Porter, West, Warren Mahoney and Tom Huppunen.

The top ten drivers continued to do battle with several position changes each and every lap however Patrick seemed to have everything going his way. Styres however, who started back in the sixteenth position was steadily making his way towards the front. By lap fifteen, Styres was up to the sixth position.

On lap twenty-two Styres powered past Patrick for the final lead change of the season. At the drop of the checkered flag, it was Styres followed by Patrick, Porter and Warren Mahoney. Fred Cade with a steady run coming from his seventeenth starting position finished a strong fifth position.

The 2005 Series Champion West joined the SOS in 2001 and missed the Rookie of the Year title by only one point to Curt Sherwood. In 2002 West finished a respectable eighth in points. Then West was chosen to drive for Bob Trostle in the Knoxville International Driver Development (KIDD) program in 2003, which saw him competing south of the border all season. In 2004 West returned to the SOS as a very much-matured driver. His steady driving style allows him to finish most event he starts and this consistency paid off with a fourth place finish in the points standings for 2004. This season West has proven once again that consistency and finishing races pays off. In the 15 point’s races this season, West has finished in the top five, eleven times including two wins with only one race outside the top ten. Congratulations to the 2005 SOS Champion, Adam West and as well to John Watson, the 2005 SOS Rookie of the Year.

Heat race winners for the final show of the year were West, Patrick and Craig Downie.

Note of interest: Garry Evans crashed hard into the back stretch wall during his heat race and was not able to make repairs in time for the Feature. Hard luck once again fell on Les MacMillan as he ended his season with a blown motor during his heat race.

The SOS would like to thank all the fans and the track promoters for their support as the curtain falls on the 10th Anniversary season. Without the fans, there would not be an SOS series. Likewise, if we didn’t have dedicated promoters, we would not have a place to showcase our talented drivers. You should all stand and take a bow, and then get busy planning for next season as the SOS will once again be ready to put on the best show possible. THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Next up will be the SOS Awards Banquet, which will be held on Saturday, November 19th at the Cairn Croft Inn in Niagara Falls, ON.

Results: 25-car field

Leaf Racewear Heat
1. #30 – Adam West, Ridgetown, ON; 2. #79 – Dick Mahoney, Newmarket, ON; 3. #22 – Jim Porter, Grand Island, NY; 4. #31 – Curt Sherwood, Sanborn, NY; 5. #6 – Dave Schulz, Barker, NY; 6. #0 – Glenn Styres, Ohsweken, ON; 7. #17 – Gary Evans, Thorndale, ON; 8. #42s – Ken Swan, Lockport, NY; 9. #5c – Chris Pyle, Cambridge, ON

Wiseco Heat
1. #33k – Kyle Patrick, Tilbury, ON; 2. #38 – Brad Knab, Delevan, NY; 3. #25 – Warren Mahoney, Lefroy, ON; 4. #8 – Brian Lee, Kitchener, ON; 5. #1a – John Riegling, Chatham, ON; 6. #12c – Fred Cade, Niagara Falls, ON; 7. #69 – Garry Evans, London, ON; 8. #10 – Bob Crawford, Sutton, ON; 9. #26 – John Watson, St. Thomas, ON

Signet Tool Heat
1. #71 – Craig Downie, Burlington, ON; 2. #27h – Tom Huppunen, Fenwick, ON; 3. #32 – Keith Dempster, Alton, ON; 4. #17m – Charlie McCann, London, ON; 5. #12 – Willy Northcott, London, ON; 6. #77 – Les MacMillan, Belmont, ON; 7. #93 – Daryl Turford, Mitchell, ON

Pennzoil Feature
1. #0 – Glenn Styres; 2. #33k – Kyle Patrick; 3. #22 – Jim Porter; 4. #25 – Warren Mahoney; 5. #12c – Fred Cade; 6. #27h – Tom Huppunen; 7. #38 – Brad Knab; 8. #1a – John Riegling; 9. #30 – Adam West; 10. #10 – Bob Crawford; 11. #6 – Dave Schulz; 12. #71 – Craig Downie; 13. #42s – Ken Swan; 14. #79 – Dick Mahoney; 15. #17m – Charlie McCann; 16. #32 – Keith Dempster; 17. #12 – Willy Northcott; 18. #5c – Chris Pyle; 19. #8 – Brian Lee; 20. #17 – Gary Evans; 21. #31 – Curt Sherwood; 22. #26 – John Watson; 23. #93 – Daryl Turford

DNS – #69 – Garry Evans; #77 – Les MacMillan

pos car # SPORTSMAN FEATURE
1st #99C NICK CUPOLO
2nd #77 TYLER MCPHERSON
3rd #38 ROB PRATT
4th #88 JAY MALLORY
5th #56 DERECK LEMYRE
6th #96 LUKE CARLETON
7th #5 DAVE DYKSTRA
8th #7 STEVE RUDDY
9th #11Z DARREN ZUMPE
10th #88B DOUG SPIECE
11th #21 JOHN BURBRIDGE
12th #27 BRETT WODD (DNF)
13TH #6 DAN O’BRIEN (DNF)

pos car # STREET STOCK FEATURE
1st #98 BRAD BACHER
2nd #73K RON KINGSBURY
3rd #17 ROB DISHER
4th #01 ADAM SMUCK
5th #28 DANIELLE LANDRY
6th #40 TERRY OSMOND
7th #31 REMINGTON PRICE
8th #73 MIKE MILLER
9th #777 CODY MCPHERSON
10TH #12 BRAD HERRON
11TH #2 DARYL RANDALL (DNF)
12TH #11 MICHELLE PARR (DNF)
13TH #1J TRAVIS BRAUN (DNF)
14TH #57 MURRAY NICHOLLS (DNF)
15TH #18 AMANDA STONER (DNS)

pos Car # MINI STOCK FEATURE
1st #6 TREVOR GOULDING
2nd #48 CRAIG ERSKINE
3rd #69 DAN ERSKINE
4th #222 DAVE MAGRIN
5th #9 GLEN LEINEN
6th #11 MIKE GIBERSON
7th #2 LEE WINGER
8th #191 GORD BATES
9th #79 SAM MILLER
10th #55 ROB SLATER
11th #265 JEREMY EVERS
12th #05 DAVID GOODACRE
13th #31 GREG WILSON
14th #89 STEVE MILLER
15th #86 RICK EMBERSON
16th #77 JOHN HELD
17th #88 JESSE MACDONALD
18th #18 DAN DEPAGTER

2005 Results, CSCN, News

KENNY JACOBS USES LATE RACE PASS TO CLAIM CANADIAN NATIONALS AT OHSWEKEN

For immediate release/Race Date 9/17/05

By Dean Reynolds

OHSWEKEN, ONT. – Easily the most recognized name in the field Saturday night for the Canadian Sprint Car Nationals presented by Glenn and Tina Styres at the Ohsweken Speedway was Holmesville, Ohio’s Kenny Jacobs. On lap 27 of the 30 lap, $5,000 to win event, Jacobs took his Mike Woodring prepared JEI Chassis under race long leader Jeff VanDusen for the lead and on to victory in front of the largest crowd in the history of the picturesque facility.

The former All-Star Circuit of Champions title holder made his first ever start in the country of Canada and came away with a very popular victory in the open competition event for 360 sprint cars that boasted a stout field of 70 sprints. “I’ll tell you, I wasn’t real happy on how I drove that race. I almost didn’t do what Mike (Woodring) told me before the start and that was to run this track hard…real hard!” noted the sprint car veteran. “I was just driving around staying in my groove and letting the laps go by.”

“Finally I changed my line a bit and I just drove the car as hard as I could. We got under Jeff (VanDusen) there late and through the lapped cars but I think I made the race closer than it could of if I just listened to Mike. He knows this place and he just gave me a great car, I mean a great car, the driver just had to do his job a bit better.”

The start of the 30 lap affair saw the top two point men of the Empire Super Sprints (ESS) on the front row with 2004 and ’05 champion Lance Yonge on the pole with VanDusen along side. Right at the drop of the green lights it was VanDusen taking control and pulling out to a good sized lead. Yonge held firmly in second with Jacobs moving his #19 into the top five for the first time on lap eight. The top two held tight up front while Jacobs was making his moves to join the dual.

On lap 10 he moved into fourth and when then third place runner and current Patriot Sprint Group (PSG) point leader Bryan Howland looped his #51 out of third on lap 14 it put the Jacobs mount into contention. A red flag on a lap 14 restart kept the field tight with the final 16 laps going green to checker.

“I knew I was in third after the red but again, I just seemed to ride around and wasn’t in a position to make any moves.” Jacobs said on his race strategy. “Then I moved down in turns one and two and just ran hard way up in three and four and all of a sudden I got hooked. I could see those guys (Yonge and VanDusen) were getting loose as the race went on so I was able to close in.”

On lap 25 he dove under Yonge going into turn three for second and coming off turn two under VanDusen for second to lead lap 27 were the wining moves. The final three laps were under Jacobs’ control and he opened up a good sized distance for the historic win and another notch on a Hall of Fame career. “This was my first ever visit to Canada and it won’t be my last, I’ll be back here next year…you can count on that!” exclaimed the very happy winner. “This is just one great race track and everyone here just made me feel at home, I just can’t believe how well the competitors, crews and officials treated you. This was a true pleasure.”

While Jacobs’ resume’ is loaded with big victories, the one that could have boosted the young career of VanDusen fell just three laps short. “I was getting so loose at the end I was just waiting for someone to get by me. I just couldn’t keep the car low in those last few laps.” said the 22 year old from Otego, N.Y. who took home over $2,500 for his runner-up finish. “Hey, I just got beat by the best. When you lose to a guy like Kenny Jacobs we have nothing to be ashamed of. He beat me, he earned it, we will be happy with second but man, I wanted that win.”

Yonge, who has seen victory lane six times in 2005 echoed the same statements. “I also got loose at the end. Kenny went with a little harder left rear than me and Jeff and I think that was the difference.” Yonge explained. “I just couldn’t keep my car tight and Kenny just knew what to do at the end. When you get beat by a driver as good as he is you can’t be to upset. We will be back next year, this was a great event and I was proud to be a part of it. I’ll just have to get two cars better that’s all.”

At the checkered flag it was Jacobs ahead of VanDusen and Yonge, who took home over $2,000 for third. Sprints on Dirt (SOD) top chauffeur Dustin Daggett thrilled the crowd with his rim running style and he came home with a fine fourth place finish just ahead of PSG regular Rich Swarthout. Rounding out the top ten were current SOD point leader Tim Norman, ESS runner Jeff Cook who came from his 17th place start and a lap 13 spin to record seventh and also take home the hard charger honors. Ohio’s J.R. Stewart was eighth, SOD campaigner and fellow Canadian Kyle Patrick was ninth followed by PSG’s Chuck Hebing with a Ford powered sprinter in tenth.

Laps 13 and 14 seemed to be what you would call the “jinxed” laps of the A-Main. It all started when Bobby Breen lost power in turn two on the 13th tour. Cook spun the restart while Kyle Moffit did the same on the second try. Howland did his spin on lap 14 and then Jared Zimbardi brought out the red flag with his flip on the back stretch.

Jacobs set a new track record in time trials with a lap of 13.377. Ironically he beat the mark set by Erin Crocker who was also in a Woodring prepared mount. Several preliminary events were used to set the 25 car field for the Nationals. Non Qualifiers Race #1 was won by Garry Evans while the second event was taken by Tommy Wickham. The four heats were copped by Zimbardi, Yonge, Kyle Drum and Howland. The two dashes to set the first eight rows were taken by Yonge and VanDusen. The C-Main was won by Chris Muhlheisen while the B-Main winner was Cook.

Earlier in the night Nick Mulheim won the 10 lap Village Pizza/Ohsweken Shootout in which he took home $500 for the popular victory, he beat Dan Kaszubinski and John Karklin Jr. to the line.

CANADIAN NATIONALS NOTES: While 70 cars officially took time, 72 were actually in the pits with Darren Long and Craig Downie failing pre-race tech…The total purse for the night topped $38,000 in cash (American funds) with added contingencies and the Shootout boosting the purse to well over $42,000….The open competition event was also sanctioned by four different organizations, SOD, PSG, ESS and the Southern Ontario Sprints with provisionals given to each club with the highest runner in points for each club added to the back of the field. Ben Rutan (SOD), George Suprick (PSG), Kaszubinski (ESS) and Adam West (SOS) using the spots… Fred Cade and Kaszubinski found their sprinters on their wings during heat competition…With the success of the event well beyond expectations, look for the Canadian Nationals again in 2006 and look for it to grow to even higher standards.

RESULTS:

Engler Machine and Tool Fast Time – Kenny Jacobs 13.377.

Grisdale Racing Products Canadian Fast Timer – Kyle Patrick 13.455.

Village Pizza/Ohsweken Shooutout – Nick Mulheim, Dan Kaszubinski, John Karklin Jr., Chuck Hebing, Kyle Patrick.

Signet Tools Non-Qualifiers Race #1 – Garry Evans, Tom Huppunen.

Signet Tools Non-Qualifiers Race #2 – Tommy Wickham, Davey Brown.

Kears Speed Shop Heat 1 – Jared Zimbardi, Kenny Jacobs, Alain Bergeron, Dustin Daggett.

Sander Engineering Heat 2 – Lance Yonge, Ray Preston, Rich Swarthout, Glenn Styres.

TP Wings Heat 3 – Kyle Drum, Jeff VanDusen, Kyle Moffit, Chuck Hebing.

Village Pizza Heat 4 – Bryan Howland, Tim Allison, Greg Norman, J.R. Stewart.

Kinser Air Filters/Saldana Racing Products C-Main – Chris Muhlheisen, Dick Mahoney, Cory Seeling, Nick Bashford.

Hoosier Tire Canada Dash 1 – Yonge, Zimbardi, Jacobs, Swarthout, Daggett, Preston, Styes, Bergeron.

Fisher Performance Dash 2 – VanDusen, Drum, Hebing, Howland, Norman, Moffit, Stewart, Allison.

Dual Air Bags/Saldana Racing Products B-Main – Jeff Cook, Kyle Patrick, Blake Breen, John Karklin Jr., Bobby Breen.

Sanction Provisionals – Adam West, George Suprick, Dan Kaszubinski, Ben Rutan.

Did Not Qualify – Fred Cade, Bubby Kerrick, Mark Broughman, Nick Mulheim, Warren Mahoney, Cory Seeling, Don Adamczyk, Dave Schulz, Keith Dempster, Steve Walsh, John Riegling, Gregg Dalman, Louie Carufel, Geoff Quackenbush, Brad Knab, Dick Mahoney, Nick Fratto, Chris Muhlheisen, Joe Middlemiss, Jim Porter, Nick Bashford, Rick Wilson, Kyle Wilson, Tom Huppunen, Bob Crawford, Garry Evans, Gary Evans, Tommy Wickham, Les MacMillan, Chris Pyle, Davey Brown, Ken Swan, Curt Sherwood, Willy Northcott, Jeff Daniels, Charlie McCann, Daryl Turford, John Watson, Larry Atkinson, Ralph Brakenberry, Joel Lehman, Ernie Kuehneman, Stephanie Christiano, Vic DeVries, James Whittaker.

A-MAIN – KENNY JACOBS, VanDusen, Yonge, Daggett, Swarthout, Norman, Cook, Stewart, Patrick, Hebing, Blake Breen, Allison, Howland, Drum, Styres, Preston, Suprick, Moffit, West, Zimbardi, Rutan, Bergeron, Kaszubinski, Bobby Breen, Karklin Jr.

Lap Leaders – VanDusen 1-26, Jacobs 27-30.

Added Bonuses:
Winner – (Jacobs) Winters Perfromance $100, DMI Performance $100, Leaf Racewear $100, Keizer Wheels $50.
2nd. Place – (VanDusen) Winters Perfromance $100, DMI Performance $100, Leaf Racewear $100, Keizer Wheels $50
3rd. Place – (Yonge) Winters Perfromance $100, DMI Performance $100, Leaf Racewear $100, Keizer Wheels $50.
4th Place – (Daggett) Hoosier Tire Canada $100.
5th Place – (Swarthout) DMI $100.
6th Place – (Norman) Hoosier Tire Canada $100.
7th Place – (Cook) DMI $100.
8th Place – (Stewart) DMI $100.
12th Place – (Allison) Weld Racing $100.
Hard Charger – (Cook) Weld Racing $100.
Hard Luck – (Cade) Twisted Metal Products $200
1st Non-Qualifier – (Fratto) Signet Tools.
4th – 20th A-Main $50 from Keizer Wheels.
All winners a case of oil from Quaker State.

RACE RESULTS FROM:  SEPTEMBER 17TH, 2005

pos car # NATIONALS FEATURE
1st #19 KENNY JACOBS
2nd #56D JEFF VANDUSEN
3rd #17J LANCE YONGE
4th #85 DUSTIN DAGGETT
5th #5S RICH SWARTHOUT
6th #3G TIM NORMAN
7th #10 JEFF COOK
8th #37S J.R. STEWART
9th #33K KYLE PATRICK
10TH #21C CHUCK HEBING
11TH #9 BLAKE BREEN
12TH #11 TIM ALLISON
13TH #51H BRYAN HOWLAND
14TH #47 KYLE DRUM
15TH #0 GLENN STYRES
16TH #22P RAY PRESTON
17TH #21S GEORGE SUPRICK
18TH #77M KYLE MOFFIT
19TH #40T ADAM WEST
20TH #35 JARED ZIMBARDI
21ST #23 BEN RUTAN
22ND #8B ALAIN BERGERON
23RD #20 DAN KAZUBINSKI
24TH #8 BOBBY BREEN
25TH #69K JOHN KARKLIN JR.

pos Car # MINI STOCK FEATURE #1
1st #86 MATT COCHRANE
2nd #64 DOUG ERSKINE
3rd #11 MIKE GIBERSON
4th #6 TREVOR GOULDING
5th #2 LEE WINGER
6th #9 GLEN LEINEN
7th #05 DAVID GOODACRE
8th #79 STEVE MILLER
9th #48 Craig erskine
10th #62 brian pescetti
11th #18 john white
12th #39 jim cochrane
13th #27 dan stewart
14th #12 tony kelly
15th #222 dave magrin
16th #72 roger shenstone
17th #55 rob slater
18th #31 greg wilson
19th #77 john held (dnf)
20th #88 jesse macdonald (dnf)
21st #265 mike evers (dnf)
22nd #10 ryan dinning (DNF)
23rd #23 abel castelein (DNF)
24TH #69 dan erskine (dnf)

2005 Results

RESULTS: September 9, 2005

RACE RESULTS FROM:  SEPTEMBER 9TH, 2005  
  
SPECIAL EVENT: ONTARIO DIRT LATE MODELS  
  
pos car # THUNDER CARS FEATURE 
1st #07 BERNARD NIEBERG
2nd #3 CHRIS CHAREST
3rd #35 PAUL RICHARDSON
4th #23 TREVOR DEBOERS
5th #11 MICHELLE PARR
6th #40 TERRY OSMOND
7th #31 REMINGTON PRICE
8th #01 ADAM SMUCK
9th #65 STEVE MARSHALL
10TH #80 JIM ECHLIN
11TH #2 BILL CAMERON
12TH #73 MIKE MILLER
13TH #47 GORD FARNSWORTH
14TH #72 MARTY MONETTE
15TH #50 JEFF BURKE
16TH #15 BILL LAW
17TH #98 BRAD BACHER
18TH #07X SCOTT MCPHAIL
  
pos Car # MINI STOCK FEATURE #1
1st #265 MIKE EVERS
2nd #14 MARC HALLETT
3rd #86 RICK EMBERSON
4th #64 DOUG ERSKINE
5th #88 JESSE MACDONALD
6th #48 CRAIG ERSKINE
7th #222 DAVE MAGRIN
8th #79 STEVE MILLER
9th #9 GLEN LEINEN
10th #11 MIKE GIBERSON
11th #31 GREG WILSON
12th #05 DAVID GOODACRE
13th #23 ABEL CASTELEIN
14th #27 DAN STEWART
15th #2 LEE WINGER
16th #39 JIM COCHRANE
17th #37 JENS MORTENSEN
18th #111 ROBBIE ROUNCE
19th #50 SHARI TURNER
20th #89 SAM MILLER
21st #72 KEVIN HILBORN
22nd #69 DAN ERSKINE
23rd #18 RYAN DINNING
24TH #10 KEVIN MAGRIN
  
B MAIN   
7TH #148 KEVIN MT. PLEASANT
8TH #77 JOHN HELD
9TH #55 ROB SLATER
10TH #191 GORD BATES
11TH #56 MIKE HICKS
  
 Car # MINI STOCK FEATURE #2
1st #2 LEE WINGER
2nd #11 MIKE GIBERSON
3rd #64 DOUG ERSKINE
4th #69 DAN ERSKINE
5th #14 MARC HALLETT
6th #9 GLEN LEINEN
7th #23 ABEL CASTELEIN
8th #27 DAN STEWART
9th #79 STEVE MILLER
10th #05 DAVID GOODACRE
11th #18 RYAN DINNING
12th #88 JESSE MACDONALD
13th #31 GREG WILSON
14th #50 SHARI TURNER
15th #37 JENS MORTENSEN
16th #39 JIM COCHRANE
17th #89 SAM MILLER
18th #72 KEVIN HILBORN
19th #265 MIKE EVERS
20th #86 RICK EMBERSON
21st #222 DAVE MAGRIN
22nd #48 CRAIG ERSKINE
23rd #10 KEVIN MAGRIN
24TH #55 ROB SLATER
  
B MAIN   
7TH #148 KEVIN MT. PLEASANT
8TH #56 MIKE HICKS
9TH #77 JOHN HELD
10TH #5 MIKE ROBINSON
11TH #191 GORD BATES

2005 Results

RESULTS: September 2, 2005

RACE RESULTS FROM:  SEPTEMBER 2ND, 2005  
  
SPECIAL EVENT: LUCAS OIL PIT STOP CHALLENGE – DIRT SPORTSMAN  
  
pos car # SPORTSMAN FEATURE
1st #56 DERECK LEMYRE
2nd #77 BILL WILLARD
3rd #99C NICK CUPOLO
4th #6 MAT WILLIAMSON
5th #7 STEVE RUDDY
6th #11Z DARREN ZUMPE
7th #1 TIM LIPSITT
8th #27 BRETT WOOD
9th #77X BJ WILLARD
10th #21J JOHN BURBRIDGE JR.
11th #88 JAY MALLORY
12th #20J TONY COWELL
13TH #28 JAY BAIN
14TH #11M MARK DIXON
15TH #44 LEE MALLORY
16TH #9JR JESSIE
  
pos car # STREET STOCK FEATURE 
1st #11 MICHELLE PARR
2nd #50 JEFF BURKE
3rd #18 AMANDA STONER
4th #57 MURRAY NICHOLLS
5th #47 GORD FARNSWORTH
6th #40 TERRY OSMOND
7th #31 REMINGTON PRICE
8th #2D DARYL RANDALL
9th #17 ROB DISHER
10TH #01 ADAM SMUCK
11TH #98 BRAD BACHER
  
pos Car # MINI STOCK FEATURE
1st #2 LEE WINGER
2nd #265 MIKE EVERS
3rd #111 ROBBIE ROUNCE
4th #5 MIKE ROBINSON
5th #64 DOUG ERSKINE
6th #11 MIKE GIBERSON
7th #86 RICK EMBERSON
8th #48 CRAIG ERSKINE
9th #05 DAVID GOODACRE
10th #18 STEVE HUITEMA
11th #14 MARC HALLETT
12th #55 ROB SLATER
13th #9 GLEN LEINEN
14th #69e DAN ERSKINE
15th #05X RICK ROBINSON
16th #89 SAM MILLER
17th #27 DAN STEWART
18th #79 STEVE MILLER
19th #39 JIM COCHRANE
20th #191 GORD BATES
21st #31 GREG WILSON
22nd #88J JESSE MCDONALD
23rd #56 MIKE HICKS
24TH #222 DAVE MAGRIN
  
B MAIN   
7TH #1 MIKE THORNE
8TH #23 ABEL CASTELEIN
9TH #67 LARRY ERSKINE
10TH #10 KEVIN MAGRIN
11TH #72 KEVIN HILBORN

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