Photo Report: Nex-Trax Arenacross Friday Night

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Photo Report: Nex-Trax Arenacross Friday Night

Story and Photos by James Lissimore


Well, night one is in the books here at Chilliwack as we wrap up the 2008-09 season with the final double header. Friday night saw the Monster Energy/Leading Edge Kawasaki team take the top 2 spots in both mains as Jeremy Medaglia and Brock Hoyer battled for the win in both classes with Medaglia coming out on top in his first ever arenacross race. In the head to head racing, Keving Lepp scored a suprise win over Hoyer to take the cash. Look for a more complete report on Sunday but here's a few quick photos from last night's action.




1. Jeremy Medaglia - Kaw

2. Brock Hoyer - Kaw

3. Ryan Lockhart - KTM

4. Kris Foster - Kaw

5. Spencer Knowles - Yam

6. Kirk Haws - KTM

7. Justin Patjas - KTM

8. Josh Snider - Kaw

9. Ryan Millar - KTM

10. Riley Blackmer



1. Jeremy Medaglia - Kaw

2. Brock Hoyer - Kaw

3. Ryan Lockhart - KTM

4. Shane Wiebe - Yam

5. Kris Foster - Kaw

6. Josh Snider - Kaw

7. Justin Patjas - KTM

8. Kevin Lepp - Suz


RTR KTM's Ryan Lockhart rode to consistent 3-3's for the night. He has a comfortable lead in the Lites class points with one round to go.
Monster Energy/Leading Edge Kawasaki's Brock Hoyer looked solid all night, leading both mains. He and his new teammate Jeremy Medaglia had some of the best battles we saw all night.
Unfortunately we didn't get a chance to see Kyle Beaton make his Blackfoot debut as Beaton only managed to put a couple laps of practice before pulling off due to illness.
Clearbrook Yamaha's Shane Wiebe was the lone 450 mounted pilot. He managed a 4th in the Open main.
Spencer Knowles looked really fast on his new Yamaha. He finished 5th in the Lites main.
Dex Koeleman provided the 30 second board action for the Ladies Class.
Rachel Springman took the Ladies class win over Missy Hackett
Kevin Lepp was the suprise of the night when he bested Brock Hoyer in the final round of the Head to Head racing to take the cash.
Monster Energy/Leading Edge Kawasaki's Jeremy Medaglia proved to be a quick learner at the game of arenacross. He battled with his teammate Hoyer before taking both wins.



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