The four leaders continued passing each other back-and-fourth, until they hit a bottle neck and spread out a little bit more. This put Jones back in the lead, with Cosner, Sheets and Tricker in tow. Sheets regained the second place position on the third lap and attempted to catch Jones, but by the time the two-hour race was over Jones was the first to see the checkered flag. Sheets crossed the line in second, and Cosner made her first podium appearance of the year in third. Tricker finished just off the podium in fourth, and Carolina KTM's Kendall LaFollette rounded out the top five.
"This weekend was tough both mentally and physically," explained Jones. "A couple of big crashes put me back a bit and the track conditions were very demanding. I am happy with how I rode though the last couple of laps and stoked to get win."
"On the last lap I just hit all the lappers, at all the wrong times and wasn't able to stay close enough to the finish," said Sheets. "I'm still happy with the way I rode and feeling more comfortable on the KTM each round."
"I had a great race, and I'm definitely happy with the day," reported Cosner. "I rode well, sticking up front and getting to the lead, but fell off a little at the end and blew all the oil out of my bike - so honestly it was a good day to even finish, let alone finish on the podium!"