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Mackenzie Tricker Leads Women’s All Star Class At Loretta Lynns After Moto 2

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The 34th Annual Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship presented by AMSOIL continued today with the second set of motos at the notable Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn.

The Ranch is known for sizzling temperatures, but a drop in humidity combined with a breeze set up perfect race conditions.

Lance Kobusch immediately jumped to the front in Super Mini 1 (12-15), but he fell back to third in the "Ten Commandments" by Derek Drake and Garrett Marchbanks. For the first few laps there were constant lead changes as all three racers swapped positions for the top spot. After suffering mechanical issues in the first moto and finishing 36th Drake demonstrated that he belongs at the top of the pack and finished second, right behind Marchbanks who stood atop the podium improving on his second in the first moto. Lance Kobusch rounds out the podium in third.

Right after the esteemed Super Mini division, the quickest females in the Nation took on the legendary race track in the Women All-Star and Women (16+) section. After a disappointing first moto for Kylie Fasnacht who finished 17th, she proved that she belongs in the front of the pack by pushing from seventh on the first lap to take the win.

It wasn't an easy rise to the top because Australian Mackenzie Tricker and Kaitlyn Morrow were busy battling it out in front, but on the sixth lap Morrow bobbled near the mechanics area opening up a position for Brandy Richards. The podium would end up being Fasnacht, Tricker, and Brandy Richards.

Simultaneously the Women (14+) stager started with Gracie Van Horn claiming the Bell Holeshot Award, but she could only hold on to the top spot for one lap before Jordan Jarvis took over. Jarvis, Van Horn, and Annie Wernig hold the top three spots in moto two.

Austin Forkner continued his dominance in 250 B by claiming holeshot and never looking back, he instantly pulled a large gap over the entire class and that gap eventually worked in his favor because Chase Sexton was seen charging hard focused on the pass. Unfortunately Sexton bobbled right before the finish line during the white flag lap allowing Forkner to keep his lead and win, and the podium was a repeat of moto one with Forkner, Sexton, and Cantrell.

The second moto for 250 A was a shakeup from the first moto. Yesterday's winner Mark Worth had a case of bad luck and found himself in ninth place. Mitchell Harrison tried to claim the top spot on the podium by grabbing the holeshot, but was passed on the second lap by Tristian Charboneau who looked like he had the race wrapped up until going down in the mechanics area.

This left time for Mitchell Harrison to sneak up into first place, but Josh Osby wasn't able to make the pass for second allowing Harrison to take the win, Charboneau in second and Osby in third. Harrison has now went 2-1, which puts him in the position for a National Championship if he can keep on in the third moto.

Charboneau looked for revenge in the 450 A division, but fell short again claiming another second place. No one could stop Bradley Taft as he worked his way from fourth to first, Darian Sanayei tried to hold him off, but eventually the race ended with Taft, Charboneau and Sanayei.

The Girls Sr. (12-16) was a replication of the first moto with Hannah Hodges, Jordan Jarvis and Jamie Astudillo, yet in the Girls Jr. (9-13) it was Jazzmyn Canfield, Karly Morgan and Tayler Allred. In 250 C Levi Newby took home the gold, Richard Taylor the silver and Salvatore Cusimano the bronze. Haiden Deegan, Sam Garroutte Jr., Emile Lacher and Canyon Richards were all victorious in the 51cc classes.

For full day one results CLICK HERE

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