2014 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings – TaG – Final Standings

West beats East - Craig finishes year on top as Myers and Kalish come up short

Jake Craig finishes 2014 as the top pilot in the EKN TaG Driver Rankings (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

2014 is the eighth year of the eKartingNews.com TaG Driver Rankings, with now eight different drivers finishing the season at the top of the standings. Twelve months of racing across the nation, pitting the best of the best against one another in SKUSA, Rotax, USPKS, WKA and other events focused around the Touch and Go engine program. The Superkarts! USA can be the turning point of the season, and the decider for the top driver in the program. This year, however, the SuperSunday results had no effect on the top spot with Jake Craig completing the year as the #1 driver.

EKN Driver Rankings logoCraig (2Wild Karting / Tony Kart) had a very successful 2014, winning at nearly every major program in the country. The year began at the Rotax Challenge of the Americas, losing the title by just five points after winning three times in six races. He opened up the SKUSA Pro Tour with two victories at the Dallas Karting Complex for the SpringNationals. He followed it up with four wins in seven races at the Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge (not part of the EKN Driver Rankings) to clinch a ticket to the 2014 Rotax Grand Finals. It was his second ticket won in just a month’s time, as just a few weeks prior to clinching the series championship, Craig drove to victory at the Cold Stone US Grand Nationals. It was the first Rotax national crown for the SoCal driver. Craig went to the SuperNationals XVIII leading in the SKUSA Pro Tour standings, and thanks to the points earned in the heat races including the top qualifier bonus points, Jake locked up the championship before SuperSunday. He went just two corners before contact spun him out at the second turn of the main event, classifying him 38th.

The #1 spot was locked up as well, with second and third place drivers not racing in the TaG Senior division and unable to eclipse the mark set by Craig. Second place driver AJ Myers was too busy finishing as the top American in the KZ2 category. The Florida driver – in his class debut – was the first American to stand on the KZ2/SuperPro podium at the SuperNationals since 2008 – posing with the likes of de Conto, Thonon, Lammers and five-time world karting champion Fore. This was all after a championship season in TaG racing. Myers, alongside his father Mike, put together a title run in the United States Pro Kart Series under the Checkered Motorsports / PCR USA tent. He added a second title to his credit in 2014, securing the Rok Cup USA championship in the shifter category, and raced at the Rok Cup International Final at South Garda Karting in Italy. Myers could be the next dual threat – similar to that of Neri and Askew as we saw this year in Stock Moto.

This past season was not what Kyle Kalish expected coming off a championship year in 2013. It was not necessarily a sophomore slump, competing in his second season as a Senior level driver. The 2013 USPKS Leopard Pro champion focused on defending his title, but came up just short with Myers besting him in the eight race program. A victory eluded him throughout the season, but the Franklin Motorsports / Merlin driver remained within striking distance to earn the vice-championship and finish the year third in the EKN Driver Rankings.

Fourth is the top rookie of 2014, Blaine Rocha. A champion in the Junior ranks, the NorCal driver continued to make the progression into Senior competition throughout the year. The marquee result of the season came at the SKUSA SummerNationals, becoming a hometown hero with victory under the lights in Modesto, California. The grit and determination is astonishing in the 16-year-old, competing at the Cold Stone US Grand Nationals with a terrible illness that required IV fluids in the mornings. The Rolison Performance Group / Kosmic driver pushed to finish fifth in the main event. A great finish to the season included double-duty at the SKUSA SuperNationals, racing a late model car at the Las Vegas Bullring in the late hours, and racing in the competitive TaG Senior group outside the Rio. Rocha started SuperSunday in 22nd and drove to a seventh place performance to move him up to fourth in the final EKN Driver Rankings for 2014.

Dustin Stross won the award for the most races competed in during the 2014 season toward the EKN Driver Rankings – at 35 main events in 12 months. Stross – a Tony Kart privateer – drove in nearly every series – from WKA, SKUSA, USPKS, Rotax, and many others – on the road nearly each and every weekend. Stross was unable to finish the SuperSunday feature, hurting his point total and finishing the year in fifth.

Last year’s #1 driver Louie Pagano ended the season sixth. The relationship with Dallas Karting Complex / Sodi Kart USA also ended, with the SuperNationals as the swan song for the relationship that dated back to July 2013. Pagano finished vice-champion once again in the SKUSA Pro Tour, along with the Rotax Challenge of the Americas program in the winter months. Plans for 2015 are forthcoming, with the idea of joining the same 2Wild Karting program that supported Craig in 2014 a possibility.

The next highest rookie in 2014 is Florida’s Kyle Kirkwood. There has never been a question on the speed Kirkwood possesses, it has always been about avoiding trouble. Much like his predecessors at the Ocala Gran Prix stable, Kirkwood’s Florida Winter Tour campaign as a Senior rookie was solid, placing second behind his teammate Askew in the final standings. Kirkwood was in contention at the US Grand Nationals, until contact on the final lap ended his shot at a possible Rotax Grand Finals ticket, placing ninth. Contact once again took Kirkwood out of contention at the Rotax Pan American Challenge during the final heat race, with a brake issue in the Prefinal while leading forced him to retire after three laps. A stellar drive to sixth against an international field kept him short of a Rotax Grand Finals ticket, but helped his cause in the EKN Driver Rankings.

Michigan driver Derek Dignan finished 2014 one spot lower than last season, ending up eighth. The KartSport North America / FA Kart pilot raced in 42 main events last season, placing seventh in the EKN Driver Rankings. This year, a limited schedule that included just 14 toward the rankings program, put him eighth. Dignan finished fourth in the USPKS championship standings with three podium finishes in eight races. His KSNA counterpart Roger Ralston Jr. was just 20 points off in ninth. The year began strong for the Florida driver, sweeping the opening weekend of the USPKS, with some good and bad performances here and there in Rotax, SKUSA and WKA competition. Veteran Mike Giessen rounds out this year’s top-10, coming on late in the season with strong results at the USPKS. Giessen partnered up with Mike Doty Racing to pilot a Deadly Kart, giving the Aussie chassis its first two major victories in the United States with a double win weekend in Pittsburgh.

The only driver to not finish inside the top-10 that was there just a few months ago is Oliver Askew. The Ocala Gran Prix / Tony Kart driver fell out of the top-10 after losing his Rotax Pan American Challenge victory from last year, only recording the six races from the championship performance at the Florida Winter Tour.


TaG #1 – Jake Craig
Mission Viejo, California

Jake Craig (Photo: Ken Johnson - Studio52.us)

Jake Craig (Photo: Ken Johnson – Studio52.us)

Ending the 2013 season in the third spot, Craig put in a phenomenal 2014 to finish on top of the EKN Driver Rankings. Three major championships in one season is something not common, and Craig performed at the top of his game at every event he attended. It was a great 12 months for Craig and 2Wild Karting, with the relationship coming to an end after just one season. The SKUSA Pro Tour, US Rotax Grand Nationals winner and Can-Am champion is moving to Formula K and RaceLab for 2015. The deal makes him an official factory driver, which includes racing in Europe while building the chassis brand here in North America.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #1 9 3 1012
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #2 9 1 1032
California ProKart Challenge ’14 #1 9 2 1008
Rotax Challenge of the Americas ’14 #3 9 1 1010
SKUSA SpringNationals ’14 #1 9 1 1053
SKUSA SpringNationals ’14 #2 9 1 1044
US Rotax Grand Nationals ’14 10 1 1131

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.57
Average Points: 1041.4
Total Points: 7290

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TaG #2 – AJ Myers
Tampa, Florida

AJ Myers

AJ Myers

The dark horse of 2014 is certainly AJ Myers. In 2013, he showed up near the top of the results in Rotax competition, but never really was able to shine. This year, climbed to the top of the United States Pro Kart Series to claim the championship. His win in South Bend propelled him into the next event as the top driver, finishing runner-up twice behind veteran Mike Giessen in Pittsburgh. Another win at New Castle locked up the title and his performance at the SuperNationals in the KZ2 category certainly raised the attention level. He is currently working on securing a spot on the PCR factory team in Europe, so his 2015 plans are still up in the air.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
Florida Winter Tour ’14 Rotax #1 9 5 990
Florida Winter Tour ’14 Rotax #3 9 6 969
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #4 9 1 1063
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #5 9 2 1054
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #6 9 2 1054
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #7 9 1 1071
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #8 9 9 985

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.71
Average Points: 1026.6
Total Points: 7186

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TaG #3 – Kyle Kalish
Wauconda, Illinois

Kyle Kalish (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

Kyle Kalish (Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

Defending a championship is a tough task to complete. Franklin Motorsports / Merlin driver Kyle Kalish put in 100% effort throughout the year alongside his father Scott. A loose airbox at the USPKS opener in Mooresville cost him a victory, and the season just continued to present hurdles and obstacles in front of him. The 18-year-old’s SKUSA Pro Tour debut included two seventh-place results at the SpringNationals while suffering an injury to his ribs. His plans for 2015 include a move to the Stock Moto category, making his debut at the upcoming Daytona KartWeek for the Manufacturers Cup Series 2015 opener, remaining on the Merlin chassis as he did throughout his previous 10 seasons.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #1 9 4 1034
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #2 9 4 1019
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #3 9 5 1021
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #5 9 5 1022
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #6 9 6 1011
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #7 9 7 1007
United States Pro Kart Series ’14 #8 9 7 1007

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 5.43
Average Points: 1017.3
Total Points: 7121


EKN Driver Rankings Calculation Process
The EKN Driver Rankings are calculated using a driver’s best finishes in major North American races. Assembled using events from the previous 12 months from the current date, we use a driver’s best seven finishes in TaG and six in Stock Moto to determine their overall current point total. With each new release, results posted from more than one year ago are discarded. To deliver our ranking list, we tabulate the results of all the national programs and selected regional programs. We have included the results for the major one-off events such as the SKUSA SuperNationals, the US Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals, the Rock Island Grand Prix, the Lone Star Grand Prix and the Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix.

Each race is initially weighted based on the prestige and history of the event or series with a score of ten (10) being the highest attainable base ranking. For 2014, the SKUSA SuperNationals and US Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals receive a score of 10 in their initial weighting in the TaG category while the SuperNationals is the lone event in the Stock Moto division. The SKUSA Pro Tour series events draw a base ranking of nine (9), as does the United States Pro Kart Series, Florida Winter Tour Rotax Max Challenge, Rotax Challenge of the Americas, Rotax Pan American Challenge. Other regional program races were given a base ranking of either 8.5 or 8.

The EKN staff reserves the right to adjust the rankings of each event throughout the year. A minimum entry total for any events considered for the Driver Rankings program is five (5). If an event does not have at least five (5) drivers starting the race, those results will not be tabulated toward the Driver Rankings.

Added to these initial rankings are two variables that help confirm the true importance of an event to the ranking process – field size and field strength. A percentage of one weighting point is added for the size of the field, while the number of existing top 50 drivers entered offers another full point or fraction of a point. The sum of these numbers becomes the overall ranking for any race. Following a race, drivers receive points based on their finishing positions with 100 points earned for a win. Each subsequent position drops by one point with 99 points given to the second place driver and so on throughout the field. These points are then multiplied by the overall ranking to produce a driver’s final point total from each event. Using a driver’s best seven races in TaG, six for Stock Moto, we calculate each driver’s overall score and subsequent ranking.


TaG Driver Rankings – 2014 Final Standings

Pos. Sept. 22 Plus/Minus Driver Races Score
1. 1 NC Jake Craig 16 7290
2. 3 1 AJ Myers 24 7186
3. 5 2 Kyle Kalish 11 7121
4. 15 11 Blaine Rocha 10 7082
5. 2 -3 Dustin Stross 35 7074
6. 8 2 Louie Pagano 22 7058
7. 10 3 Kyle Kirkwood 8 7040
8. 6 -2 Derek Dignan 14 7015
9. 7 -2 Roger Ralston Jr. 24 6995
10. 9 -1 Michael Giessen 11 6981
11. 11 NC Brandon Jarsocrak 10 6966
12. 13 1 Andrick Zeen 16 6961
13. 12 -1 Daniel Roeper 14 6957
14. 14 NC Elliot Finlayson 26 6948
15. 17 2 Zachary Claman-Demelo 13 6882
16. 16 NC Matt Johnson 11 6845
17. 21 4 Thomas Issa 8 6813
18. 18 NC Michael Geringer 22 6794
19. 19 NC Mick Gabriel 15 6787
20. 20 NC Mark Boos 34 6766
21. 22 1 Austin Elliott 9 6750
22. 27 5 Luke Selliken 9 6737
23. 23 NC Andrew Bujdoso 29 6720
24. 32 8 Garrett Johnston 13 6688
25. 34 9 Brenden Baker 12 6671
26. 40 14 Austin McCusker 27 6632
27. 24 -3 Calvin Stewart 18 6632
28. 29 1 TJ Koyen 9 6595
29. 33 4 Sam Cate 14 6576
30. 45 15 Daniel Formal 8 6514
31. 25 -6 Jess Peterson 10 6502
32. 28 -4 Colton Ramsey 16 6451
33. 36 3 Joey Wimsett 7 6445
34. 52 18 Joao Vieira 9 6407
35. 38 3 Armin Cavkusic 12 6391
36. 35 -1 Nick Landi 20 6371
37. 42 5 John McCusker 26 6357
38. 39 1 Kindra Hurlbert 19 6349
39. 50 11 Morgan Healey 8 6349
40. 31 -9 Andrew Wiener 13 6314
41. 43 2 Gresham Wagner 8 6291
42. 44 2 Darin Marcus 14 6281
43. 30 -13 Jake Johnston 7 6279
44. 58 14 Olivia Horn 10 6248
45. 46 1 McCay Snow 7 6241
46. 47 1 Nick Ramirez 7 6232
47. 26 -21 Travis Lowe 7 6230
48. 48 NC Tommy Andersen 10 6217
49. 49 NC Jacob Duvall 11 6202
50. 41 -9 Marco Eakins 7 6175
51. 60 9 Austin Osborne 15 6144
52. 51 -1 Adam Crepin 14 6132
53. 53 NC Jake Preston 7 6124
54. 4 -50 Oliver Askew 6 6120
55. 54 -1 Adam Taylor 12 6106
56. 56 NC Zacharie Scalzo 7 6097
57. 57 NC Anthony Granata 14 6096
58. 55 -3 Chandler Horton 8 6061
59. 61 2 Troy Hottmann 10 6021
60. 62 2 Austin Jordan 8 6014
61. 63 2 Killian Keaveny 8 5973
62. 66 4 Nicholas Martin 11 5964
63. 65 2 Brandon Collins 12 5957
64. 69 5 Luke Waller 9 5954
65. 64 -1 Roman Tretyak 7 5905
66. 68 2 Jason Dempster 9 5882
67. 59 -8 Sam Watson 7 5864
68. 71 3 Gino Alfonso-Macauley 7 5848
69. 72 3 Michael Bartholomew 12 5807
70. 74 4 Mason Marotta 6 5803
71. 75 4 Josh Hotz 10 5801
72. 70 -2 Austin Erikson 10 5784
73. 76 3 Luke Varley 6 5770
74. 77 3 Scott Kopp 7 5767
75. 78 3 Phil DeLaO 6 5713
76. 79 3 Noah Luzzi 10 5711
77. 81 4 Jacob Donald 6 5617
78. 83 5 Alex Sala 7 5561
79. 84 5 Jim McKinney 6 5560
80. 85 5 Matt Stagl 7 5550
81. 80 -1 Wyatt Maness 7 5549
82. 86 4 Jordan Bernloehr 7 5532
83. 87 4 Chris Cricca 6 5488
84. 88 4 Aaron Snyder 8 5401
85. 89 4 Jack Weprin 6 5343
86. 135 49 David Galownia 6 5304
87. 90 3 Michael DeQuesada 6 5289
88. 91 3 Joffrey Amaya 6 5264
89. 92 3 Brad Brittin 7 5249
90. 93 3 Dakota Pesek 6 5215
91. 94 3 Christophe Paquet 6 5148
92. 95 3 Antoni Ptak 6 5074
93. 110 17 Ryan Nash 6 5058
94. 67 -27 Phillip Arscott 5 5037
95. 73 -22 Quentin De Boever 6 5023
96. 97 1 Alfonso Perri 6 5016
97. 98 1 Zach Banks 6 4886
98. 99 1 Derek Proctor 6 4823
99. 125 26 Jordan Redlin 5 4818
100. 100 NC Michael Andrews Jr. 6 4780
101. 101 NC Matt Blair 6 4776
102. 102 NC Steven Arens 6 4775
103. 37 -66 Jacob Knueven 5 4771
104. 120 16 Nathan Seegrist 5 4759
105. 126 21 Yurik Carvalho 5 4708
106. 105 -1 Bryce Engelhart 6 4628
107. 123 16 Stepanova Nekeel 5 4591
108. 107 -1 Jeremy Doll 5 4580
109. 133 24 AJ Allmendinger 5 4509
110. 108 -2 Matt England 5 4421
111. 109 -2 Tyler Coffman 5 4261
112. 143 31 Dominic Tesoro 5 4243
113. 111 -2 Jin Bai 5 4206
114. 96 -18 Johnny Flute 5 4177
115. 112 -3 Tyler Smith 5 4055
116. 113 -3 Alex Lischak 5 3968
117. 114 -3 Aren Smith 5 3962
118. 115 -3 Carlee Taylor 5 3954
119. 116 -3 Kruin Olsen-Hodges 5 3943
120. 150 30 Casey Graves 5 3938
121. 117 -4 Ed Brand 4 3911
122. 119 -3 Marco Maestranzi 4 3827
123. 118 -5 Christian Besasie 5 3825
124. 121 -3 Bryce Choquer 4 3767
125. 122 -3 Steven Szigeti 4 3733
126. 104 -22 Jordon Lennox 4 3703
127. 124 -3 Corey Towles 4 3697
128. 82 -46 Alejandro Fernandez 4 3689
129. 106 -23 Lloyd Mack 4 3665
130. 128 -2 Gabriel Chaves 4 3602
131. 129 -2 Alex Nowysz 4 3596
132. 130 -2 Bill McLaughlin Jr. 4 3573
133. 131 -2 Ben Cooper 4 3569
134. 132 -2 Brennan Harrington 4 3554
135. 134 -1 Joe Criscione 4 3543
136. 166 30 Trevor Summer 4 3538
137. 136 -1 Mark Dismore Jr. 4 3517
138. 170 32 Kale Kunicki 4 3450
139. 137 -2 Ryon Beachner 4 3442
140. 138 -2 Bryan Wong 4 3413
141. 139 -2 Carlos Calderon 4 3387
142. 141 -1 Matthew Moniz 4 3370
143. 142 -1 Nick Grossi 4 3356
144. 144 NC Chris Guimarra 4 3337
145. 145 NC Colin Warren 4 3278
146. 176 30 Jarett Belge 4 3272
147. 146 -1 Carter Fartuch 4 3241
148. 225 77 Anthony Honeywell 4 3212
149. 147 -2 Mark Thomas 4 3212
150. 148 -2 Jaden Conwright 4 3193
151. 149 -2 Michael Pagano 4 3183
152. 152 NC Jason Devine 4 3161
153. 153 NC Christopher Patterson 4 3155
154. 181 27 Mike Horton 4 3120
155. 154 -1 Kaven Mendes 4 3109
156. 155 -1 Evan Batt 4 3098
157. 156 -1 Austin Kaszuba 4 3089
158. 157 -1 Alex Salsbury 4 3014
159. 194 35 Bobby Kelley 3 2921
160. 159 -1 Andre Nicastro 3 2904
161. 158 -3 Sage Karam 3 2850
162. 127 -35 Mike Herda 3 2776
163. 224 61 Remo Ruscitti 3 2750
164. 160 -4 Noel Dowler 3 2729
165. 164 -1 Jonathan Miller 3 2672
166. 165 -1 Hailey Groff 3 2663
167. 169 2 Shelby Sander 3 2609
168. 167 -1 Richie Hearn 3 2585
169. 168 -1 Alessandro Bressan 3 2571
170. 140 -30 Eddie Rodriguez 3 2558
171. 171 NC Nikita Lastochkin 3 2514
172. 223 51 Darren Gelinas 3 2475
173. 172 -1 Michael Prokup 3 2446
174. 173 -1 Dallas Hollins 3 2444
175. 174 -1 Mike Doty 3 2443
176. 175 -1 Melanie Giessen 3 2440
177. 177 NC Ignacio Salvucci 3 2425
178. 178 NC Scott Roberts 3 2413
179. 179 NC Timothy Venable 3 2408
180. 180 NC Scott Falcone 3 2386
181. - - Frank Runco 3 2367
182. 182 NC Gary Butler 3 2359
183. 183 NC Aaron Schmitt 3 2350
184. 184 NC Ben Pickhardt 3 2340
185. 185 NC Mason Carroll 3 2290
186. 186 NC Hunter Olsen-Hodges 3 2275
187. 188 1 Jim Russell Jr. 2 2035
188. 189 1 Trenton Walko 2 2002
189. 190 1 Robert Bujdoso 2 1980
190. 191 1 Arie Ouimet 2 1937
191. 103 -88 Chris Wehrheim 2 1919
192. 193 1 Michael Ilavia 2 1885
193. 195 2 Jamie Sieracki 2 1867
194. 196 2 Sonny Cervelli 2 1857
195. - - Dalton Sargeant 2 1833
196. 198 2 Andy Schlosser 2 1820
197. 199 2 Andrew Zimmer 2 1813
198. 200 2 Jamie McAllister 2 1804
199. 201 2 Tad Funakoshi 2 1792
200. 202 2 Zach Pettinicchi 2 1779
201. 163 -38 David Vasquez 2 1778
202. 203 1 Bailey Murphy 2 1777
203. 205 2 Evan Mehan 2 1774
204. 310 106 Ryan Wilson 2 1771
205. 206 1 Alexander Lischall 2 1770
206. 161 -45 Jonathan May 2 1735
207. 208 1 Tyler Agan 2 1726
208. 319 111 Carson Kapica 2 1726
209. 209 NC Daley Pagano 2 1722
210. 210 NC Jack Cavender 2 1721
211. 211 NC Jesus Rios Jr. 2 1714
212. 212 NC Tanner Wattenbarger 2 1707
213. 213 NC Fred Woodley 2 1702
214. 324 110 Lane Vacala 2 1697
215. - - Kody Evans 2 1695
216. - - Conor Daly 2 1694
217. 214 -3 Collin Griffin 2 1688
218. 215 -3 Darren Brubaker 2 1687
219. 346 127 Michael Politis 2 1673
220. 217 -3 Garret Britton 2 1672
221. 218 -3 Michele Zampieri 2 1671
222. 219 -3 Ben Schermerhorn 2 1662
223. 221 -2 Shelby Freese 2 1648
224. 222 -2 Juan Bernardo Saenz 2 1641
225. 226 1 Garrett Peterson 2 1632
226. 227 1 Michael Burton 2 1629
227. 228 1 Jesse Krill 2 1624
228. 229 1 Max Migliore 2 1624
229. 230 1 Randall Arvai 2 1623
230. 231 1 Mauricio Ayala 2 1621
231. 232 1 Brad Nyman 2 1620
232. 234 2 Fabrizio Famularo 2 1611
233. 236 3 Carlos Gonzalez 2 1606
234. 237 3 Sam Jordan 2 1605
235. 238 3 Sean Conyers 2 1605
236. 240 4 Oliver Scigliano 2 1603
237. - - Erin Sims 2 1601
238. - - Ric Baribeault 2 1601
239. 241 2 George Metcalf 2 1590
240. 242 2 Zeb Davis 2 1587
241. 244 3 Kristi Thompson 2 1578
242. 245 3 Ricky Brooks 2 1578
243. 246 3 Kennan Hertzner 2 1577
244. - - Rod Clinard 2 1576
245. 151 -94 Laura Sutton 2 1573
246. 247 1 Jose Ruiz 2 1570
247. 248 1 Richard Benitez 2 1567
248. 249 1 Santiago Lozano Mesa 2 1567
249. 250 1 Tyler Schramm 2 1564
250. 251 1 Jeremy Warren 2 1561
251. 252 1 Pete Mulatto 2 1560
252. 253 1 Dylan Stalker 2 1559
253. - - Scott Boone 2 1551
254. 255 1 Natalia Zornosa Zuluaga 2 1548
255. 256 1 Marco DiLeo 2 1547
256. 257 1 Cody Elliott 2 1536
257. 258 1 Alessandro Bramucci 2 1530
258. 259 1 Kyle Martin 2 1509
259. 260 1 Greg Gleisner 2 1480
260. 261 1 Allan Cesarman 2 1446
261. 262 1 Henry Taleb 2 1443
262. 263 1 Sara Metcalf 2 1440
263. 264 1 Robby Seward 2 1430
264. 266 2 David Sera 1 1145
265. 271 6 Ben Stewart 1 1133
266. 267 1 Mason Chelootz 1 1087
267. - - Matt Zanchi 1 1028
268. - - Ashley Rogero 1 1023
269. - - Vinicius Papareli 1 1016
270. 274 4 Garrett Maxfield 1 1007
271. 277 6 Michael Gregory 1 984
272. 281 9 Shawn Sharkey 1 964
273. 286 13 Phil Giebler 1 950
274. 287 13 Brandon Jones 1 949
275. 289 14 Colton Aldridge 1 943
276. 290 14 Myles Pederson 1 939
277. - - Kevin Monteith 1 935
278. - - Josh Sarchet 1 933
279. 292 13 Lincoln Steel 1 927
280. 294 14 Dylan Albiani 1 921
281. - - Walker Hess 1 921
282. 295 13 Ayden Goodfellow 1 916
283. - - Kyle Hayner 1 913
284. - - Justin Neu 1 911
285. 299 14 Brett Rickeard 1 906
286. 301 15 Gabe Bargas 1 905
287. - - Tim Hollowell 1 901
288. 302 14 Phillip Bauman 1 899
289. 303 14 Junrong Chen 1 895
290. 304 14 Patick Kelly 1 891
291. 305 14 Paul Russo 1 887
292. 306 14 Kyle Smith 1 885
293. 308 15 Maya Gutierrez 1 883
294. 309 15 Breanna Miscione 1 882
295. - - Marco Signoretti 1 880
296. 312 16 Dylan Gerding 1 877
297. 204 -93 Jaimie Sander 1 872
298. 314 16 Max Mallinen 1 871
299. 315 16 Brian Seward 1 870
300. - - Christian Munoz 1 865
301. - - Dev Gore 1 860
302. 317 15 Ronnie Price 1 860
303. 318 15 Tom Gerstner 1 858
304. 320 16 Timmy Fritch 1 856
305. 323 18 Cesar Sala 1 850
306. 325 19 John Dacosta 1 847
307. 326 19 Alexander Salsbury 1 846
308. 327 19 Tyler Jordan 1 845
309. 329 20 Braden Eves 1 840
310. 330 20 Tyler Aitchison 1 838
311. 331 20 Jesse Woodyard 1 837
312. 332 20 Chad Campbell 1 831
313. - - Adam Tams 1 829
314. 220 -94 Scott Ferris 1 829
315. 333 18 Thomas Radivoy 1 828
316. 335 19 Arman Vahdat 1 823
317. 336 19 Evan Fritts 1 823
318. 337 19 Kathryn Cornell 1 823
319. 340 21 Chris Keller 1 819
320. - - Natalia Zomora 1 819
321. 341 20 Stephan Alfris 1 819
322. 342 20 Bradley Smith 1 814
323. 162 -161 Renato Jader 1 814
324. 344 20 Abdullah Hyder 1 812
325. 347 22 Pedro Gastaud 1 810
326. 348 22 Will Salisbury 1 810
327. - - Austin Hervias 1 809
328. - - Dalton Dow 1 808
329. 349 20 Nicholas Russell 1 806
330. - - Santiago Porteiro 1 806
331. 350 19 Andrew Sherry 1 804
332. 352 20 Kent Schonberger 1 804
333. 353 20 Blaine Calvin 1 803
334. 233 -101 Chrystal Szeto 1 803
335. 354 19 James K Russell 1 803
336. 355 19 Josh Lane 1 801
337. - - Bjorn Bovim 1 798
338. 356 18 Scott Saunders 1 798
339. 357 18 Peter Pestano 1 797
340. 359 19 Ryan Casner 1 795
341. - - Mike Bartels 1 794
342. 239 -103 Jarrett Duncovich 1 792
343. 360 17 Michael Gutenberger 1 792
344. 361 17 Tyler Guilbault 1 792
345. 280 -65 Jules Cousin 1 788
346. 362 16 Syed Hyder 1 786
347. - - Liam McLellan 1 783
348. 216 -132 Tripp Reed 1 783
349. 365 16 Jimmie Dupuy 1 780
350. 366 16 Jean Brown 1 779
351. 368 17 Sal Eurola 1 778
352. 369 17 Giuliano Damiano 1 775
353. - - Luca Forgeois 1 774
354. 371 17 Ryan Rush 1 774
355. 372 17 David Jurca 1 773
356. 321 -35 Kris Walton 1 771
357. 373 16 Michael Webster 1 770
358. 374 16 Kevin Mendes 1 761
359. - - Juan Vieira 1 759
360. 376 16 Thomas Beaudoin 1 758
361. 377 16 Louis Satterlee II 1 757
362. 378 16 Vernon Sparks 1 753
363. - - Victoria DiGiovanni 1 748
364. 379 15 Pablo Espinoza 1 739
365. 380 15 Brett Schnabelrauch 1 710
366. 381 15 Ellis Musso 1 706
367. 382 15 William Isaias 1 701
368. 383 15 Manuel Roldan 1 691

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