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Las Vegas: Arenacross Champs Crowned

Amateur Winners

The 2010 AMA Arenacross Series came to an official close last weekend with the debut of the Amateur National Arenacross Championships (ANAC) from Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.

The ANAC featured the nation’s top amateur arenacross racers across 23 classes, competing for the chance at a national championship the same weekend as the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season finale.

ANAC action kicked-off on Saturday with the final rounds of both the 65cc (7-11) and 85cc (9-15), which took place just prior to the supercross night show.

The remaining 21 classes commenced on Sunday with one of the most impressive fields of talent the AMA Arenacross Series has ever seen.

Austin Coon, of Spencer, W.V., and Beau Judge, of Carmichael, Calif., each walked away with a pair of national championships, with Coon capturing the AX Lites Intermediate and AX Intermediate titles and Judge walking away as the Over 30 and Over 25 champion.

65cc (7-11)
Timmy Crosby, Confluence, Pa. – KTM
Trey Moore, Center Point, Iowa – KTM
Hunter Budd, Keller, Texas – Cobra

85cc (9-15)
Peyton Malugani, Weatherford, Texas – Kawasaki
Ashton Hayes, Rockford, Mich. – Suzuki
Mitchell Harrison, Brighton, Mich. – Kawasaki

AX Lites Intermediate
Austin Coon, Spencer, W.V. – Kawasaki
Justin Vierra, Millville, Utah – Yamaha
Joseph Reynolds, Bakersfield, Calif. – Kawasaki

65cc (7-9)
Austin Black, Portland, Ore. – KTM
Brandon Moore, Center Point, Iowa – KTM
Zach Darnley, Fresno, Calif. – Kawasaki

AX Lites Novice
Tanner Sisson, Lemoore, Calif. – Honda
Jake Mohnike, Templeton, Calif. – Yamaha
Jonathan Rudolph, Parkersburg, W.V. – KTM

Over 35
Michael Faulk, Connersville, Ind. – Kawasaki
Jack Lambert, Kansas City, Mo. – Yamaha
Steve Slaney, Brentwood, Calif. – Kawasaki

50cc (4-6)
Corey Passieu, McDonald, Pa. – Cobra
Gage Steburg, Fort Dodge, Iowa – KTM
Robert Hailey, North Las Vegas, Nev. – Cobra

85cc Super Mini
Chase Marquier, New Castle, Okla. – Suzuki
Logan Karnow, Vermillion, Ohio – KTM
Tyler Moore, Gardnerville, Nev. – Honda

AX Intermediate
Austin Coon, Spencer, W.V. – Kawasaki
Zachary Jaynes, Princeton, Texas – Yamaha
Nicholas Lane, Great Mills, Md. – Suzuki

85cc (7-11)
Mitchell Harrison, Brighton, Mich. – Kawasaki
Jose Brambila, Hawthorne, Calif. – Suzuki
Trey Moore, Center Point, Iowa – Suzuki

AX Novice
Jake Mohnike, Templeton, Calif. – Yamaha
Conner Robinson, Roscoe, Ill. – Honda
Chad Granger, Fort Worth, Texas – Yamaha

Pit Bike AM
Tyson Clark, Carlisle, Pa. – Kawasaki
Jay Maloney, Oakland, N.J. – Kawasaki
Adam Derry, Jefferson, Iowa – Kawasaki

Women
Lauren Volentir, Thornton, Colo. – Kawasaki
Tiana Falls, Murrieta, Calif. – KTM
Rylee Newsom, Pueblo West, Colo. – Yamaha

50cc (7-8)
Bobby Semelsberger, Windber, Pa. – Cobra
Izaih Clark, Fort Dodge, Iowa – KTM
Tayler Grall, Fort Dodge, Iowa – KTM

85cc (12-15)
Logan Karnow, Vermillion, Ohio – KTM
Ashton Hayes, Rockford, Mich. – Suzuki
Chase Marquier, New Castle, Okla. – Suzuki

Over 30
Beau Judge, Carmichael, Calif. – Kawasaki
Ty Carson, Elk Grove, Calif. – Kawasaki
Clint Johnson, Red Lion, Pa. – Suzuki

Collegeboy (16-24)
Bretton Engle, Tahoka, Texas – Yamaha
Tyler Enticknap, Lompoc, Calif. – Honda
Bracken Hall, Rock Springs, Wyo. – Honda

Girls (9-13)
Allyson Miller, Spring Creek, Nev. – Suzuki
Kendall Chase, Ludlow, Mass. – Suzuki
Kayla Allers, Cedar Rapids, Iowa – Yamaha

Schoolboy
Zachary Jaynes, Princeton, Texas – Yamaha
Michael Lang, Saugerties, N.Y. – Suzuki
John Berry, McLouth, Kan. – Kawasaki

Over 25
Beau Judge, Carmichael, Calif. – Kawasaki
Ty Carson, Elk Grove, Pa. – Kawasaki
Clint Johnson, Red Lion, Pa. – Suzuki

65cc (10-11)
Javier Loera, San Jose, Calif. – Honda
Hunter Budd, Keller, Texas – Cobra
Trey Moore, Center Point, Iowa – KTM

Over 40
Jack Lambert, Kansas City, Mo. – Yamaha
Larry Bank, Joliet, Ill. – Honda
Rod Comer, Tipp City, Ohio – Kawasaki

Expert
Bracken Hall, Rock Springs, Wyo. – Honda
Kyle White, Freeport, Ill. – Honda
Ben Rio, Brentwood, Ky. – Kawasaki

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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