2018 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – TaG – June 11

Two-time defending SKUSA Pro Tour champion Norberg remains in top spot

Ryan Norberb remains the top driver in the TaG Driver Rankings (Photo: EKN)

The season is at the halfway point when looking at the calendar for 2018. A number of events have went into the books for the first six months of the year, spanning coast to coast, as we reached the 400 driver mark once again for the latest edition of the 2018 eKartingNews.com TaG Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA. More than half of the events for this year’s program remain on the schedule with 73 different opportunities for racers to help themselves reach the top, where Ryan Norberg continues to call home.

Norberg (PSL / Birel ART) retains the top spot of the EKN Driver Rankings thanks to another successful SpringNationals. For a third straight year, Norberg has won at the event, twice at PKRA and once at Sonoma. While the two-time SKUSA Pro Tour champion leads the EKN standings, the SKUSA championship leader is Jake Craig (RPM / Tony Kart). The 2014 title winner has three podium finishes in four starts to hold the point lead heading into the series finale. In the mix for both, is Canadian Samuel Lupien. A third top-five finish on the year at the SKUSA Pro Tour helped to put the RPG / Kosmic driver into the third position of the EKN Driver Rankings.

Up two spots to the fourth position is Alex Bertagnoli. The former USPKS/SKUSA Junior champion had a solid Senior rookie season and is looking to avoid the sophomore slump. Bertagnoli (FMS / Kart Republic) scored a podium finish at the WinterNationals, and at the USPKS opener in Ocala. Remaining in the fifth position is Brandon Jarsocrak (KSNA / Kart Republic). The 2017 USPKS champion has had a tough SKUSA Pro Tour campaign, looking to defend his SummerNats victory in August. A win at WKA and a podium at the USPKS opener are his only hardware for 2018.

Moving up the order steadily is the most recent SKUSA Pro Tour winner Dante Yu. The CompKart driver finally grabbed his first at the SpringNationals, following it up with victory at the recent California ProKart Challenge. Yu has an outside chance at the SKUSA Pro Tour crown, but in contention for one of the SKUSA plates for 2019. Nicky Hays (PGR / Ricciardo) has recorded some of his best finishes at the SKUSA Pro Tour to date. The two-time California ProKart Challenge champion moved up one spot to seventh, the third-best California driver in the EKN Driver Rankings.

Ryan MacDermid is the second Canadian in the top-10, sitting eighth. MacDermid (Prime / Birel ART) had his best SKUSA Pro Tour weekend of the year at the SpringNationals. Callum Bradshaw makes it a third different country represented inside the top-10 of the EKN Driver Rankings. The Brit has jumped up to ninth thanks to his results at the SpringNationals. He along with his CRG Nordam teammate Christian Brooks jumped up more than 20 positions into the top-10. Both were able to record more than seven races since the last release, with their SpringNationals results boosting their scores. Brooks, a winner at the WinterNationals, sits second in the championship chase to Craig. Dropping out of the top-10 is Braden Eves, who is focused on his F4 US Championship program.

Bradshaw and Brooks moved up a number of spots, but the ‘On the Move’ this month is Joseph Daniele. The Senior rookie is learning from one of the best, gaining valuable knowledge working with Jake Craig under the RPM / Tony Kart tent. Daniele has a best SKUSA Pro Tour finish of ninth with fast lap honors and is currently second in the California ProKart Challenge in his rookie Senior season.


Upcoming EKN TaG Driver Rankings Schedule

6/16 United States Pro Kart Series #3 GoPro Motorplex 9
6/17 United States Pro Kart Series #4 GoPro Motorplex 9
6/24 Can-Am Karting Challenge #1 McMinnville Kart Track 8.5
6/24 Colorado Karting Tour #4 Unser Karting 8
6/24 Los Angeles Karting Championship #5 CalSpeed Karting Center 8
6/28 IKF 2-Cycle Grand Nationals North Texas Kartway 8
6/29 IKF 2-Cycle Grand Nationals North Texas Kartway 8
6/30 Gearup Challenge F-Series #4 New Jersey Motorsports Park 8
6/30 IKF 2-Cycle Grand Nationals North Texas Kartway 8
6/30 Route 66 Sprint Series #3 CTECH Manufacturing Motorplex 8
6/30 Sunshine State Karting Challenge #3 Andersen Racepark 8
7/1 Route 66 Sprint Series #4 CTECH Manufacturing Motorplex 8
7/1 Sunshine State Karting Challenge #4 Andersen Racepark 8
7/7 SKUSA California ProKart Challenge #4 Santa Maria Kart Track 9
7/8 Battle at the Brickyard Indianapolis Motor Speedway 8
7/8 Rok the Rockies #3 SBR Motorsports Park 8
7/8 Sanzaru Games Karting Championship #5 Simraceway Performance Karting Center 8
7/8 US Rotax Grand Nationals New Jersey Motorsports Park 9
7/14 Northwest Gold Cup #7 SKRA 8
7/14 WKA Manufacturers Cup Series #7 Concept Haulers Motor Speedway 8.5
7/15 Los Angeles Karting Championship #6 CalSpeed Karting Center 8
7/15 Northwest Gold Cup #8 SKRA 8
7/15 WKA Manufacturers Cup Series #8 Concept Haulers Motor Speedway 8.5

(Photo: EKN)

TaG #1 – Ryan Norberg
Orlando, Florida

It has been a busy and productive first half of 2018 for Norberg. As the two-time defending SKUSA Pro Tour champion, the bulls-eye is on the PSL / Birel ART driver’s back. Racing throughout the winter months, traveling to Australia twice, and working with drivers at other events kept Norberg on the move. Through four rounds on the SKUSA Pro Tour, Norberg is out of the lead but not out of the chase, only 100 points out of first with two rounds to go at the SummerNationals. His three top-five finishes, including the third straight win at the SpringNationals, keeps the three-peat alive for Norberg.

Point Breakdown
Race,Rank,Finish,Points
US Rotax Grand Nationals 2017,9.5,2,1048
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #1,9.5,2,1179
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #2,9.5,9,1096
SKUSA SuperNationals 2017,10,5,1147
SKUSA WinterNationals ’18 #2,9.5,5,1041
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #1,9.5,1,1098
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #2,9.5,3,1076

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.86
Average Points: 1097.9
Total Points: 7685

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(Photo: EKN)

TaG #2 – Jake Craig
Mission Viejo, California

The eKartingNews.com selection for the Mazda Road to Indy Scholarship Shootout in 2017 continues to not disappoint. Craig left the SpringNationals as the SKUSA Pro Tour point leader, vying to become the second driver to repeat as champion having won in 2014. The RPM / Tony Kart pilot has three solid results in the first four rounds, needing to not falter in New Castle to keep his title hopes alive. Bouncing back and forth between kart and cars has not hurt Craig’s progress in either genre. Recently, Craig grabbed two podium results at the F1600 Canada event during the Formula One Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.

Point Breakdown
Race,Rank,Finish,Points
United States Pro Kart Series ’17 #5,9,3,1008
United States Pro Kart Series ’17 #6,9,3,1008
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #1,9.5,5,1143
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #2,9.5,3,1167
SKUSA WinterNationals ’18 #1,9.5,1,1084
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #1,9.5,2,1087
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #2,9.5,2,1087

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.71
Average Points: 1083.4
Total Points: 7584

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(Photo: EKN)

TaG #3 – Samuel Lupien
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

It has been solid 12 months of racing for the Canadian Samuel Lupien. The last time a Canadian was at the top of the EKN Driver Rankings was the first year TaG category was added with Devon Sandeen ending the year as the #1 driver. Lupien has a solid chance at becoming the second Canadian to do so with a string of great results, dating back to last year’s SummerNationals with RPG / Kosmic. Lupien is third in the SKUSA Pro Tour standings with a legitimate chance at gaining the crown with podium finishes at the SummerNationals at New Castle this August. Good results there will only improve his score in the EKN Driver Rankings, bringing him closer to the #1 spot.

Point Breakdown
Race,Rank,Finish,Points
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #1,9.5,6,1131
SKUSA SummerNationals ’17 #2,9.5,17,1000
SKUSA SuperNationals 2017,10,6,1135
SKUSA WinterNationals ’18 #1,9.5,4,1051
SKUSA WinterNationals ’18 #2,9.5,2,1073
California ProKart Challenge ’18 #2,9,3,987
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #1,9.5,3,1076

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 5.86
Average Points: 1064.7
Total Points: 7453

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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 Stock Honda 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, 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 2018, the SKUSA SuperNationals will receive a score of 10 in its initial weighting in the TaG and Stock Honda categories. A base ranking of 9.5 is set for the SKUSA Pro Tour, while a base ranking of 9 goes to the SKUSA Winter Series, United States Pro Kart Series, Florida Winter Tour, Challenge of the Americas, Rok the Rio, Rock Island Grand Prix, US Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals, and California ProKart Challenge. Other national and regional program races were given a base ranking of either 8.5 or 8.0.

The EKN staff reserves the right to adjust the rankings of each event throughout the year. A minimum entry total for any event to be 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, we calculate each driver’s overall score and subsequent ranking.


eKartingNews.com TaG Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA – as of June 11, 2018

Pos. Apr. 23 Plus/Minus Driver Races Score
1. 1 NC Ryan Norberg 17 7685
2. 3 1 Jake Craig 9 7584
3. 4 1 Samuel Lupien 14 7453
4. 6 2 Alex Bertagnoli 25 7306
5. 5 NC Brandon Jarsocrak 24 7257
6. 7 1 Dante Yu 14 7225
7. 8 1 Nicky Hays 13 7064
8. 9 1 Ryan MacDermid 17 6980
9. 21 12 Callum Bradshaw 9 6976
10. 25 15 Christian Brooks 10 6924
11. 10 -1 Billy Musgrave 16 6914
12. 12 NC Brenden Baker 14 6889
13. 32 19 Hannah Greenemeier 12 6875
14. 22 8 Jake Drew 12 6832
15. 33 18 Sonny Cervelli 11 6823
16. 16 NC Jacob Gulick 21 6816
17. 17 NC Austin Garrison 14 6784
18. 111 93 Joseph Daniele 8 6748
19. 18 -1 Brandon Lemke 12 6731
20. 14 -6 AJ Myers 10 6717
21. 24 3 Lane Vacala 31 6689
22. 26 4 Ryan Raffa 15 6674
23. 13 -10 Colby DuBato 26 6644
24. 23 -1 Armin Cavkusic 16 6630
25. 15 -10 Max Hewitt 8 6617
26. 20 -6 Dario Cangialosi 8 6563
27. 19 -8 David Ilavia 14 6528
28. 74 46 Jim McKinney 8 6478
29. 27 -2 Stephen Dial 8 6460
30. 42 12 Colin Neal 14 6434
31. 30 -1 Alexander Kardashian 18 6432
32. 44 12 Nick Persing 14 6423
33. 35 2 Abby McLaughlin 13 6369
34. 41 7 Jenson Altzman 13 6355
35. 29 -6 Michael Avansino 13 6346
36. 38 2 Colton Ramsey 11 6344
37. 36 -1 Ethan Barrett 10 6341
38. 40 2 Eduardo Barrichello 8 6322
39. 2 -37 Braden Eves 6 6299
40. 39 -1 Worawong Komarakul 7 6295
41. 49 8 John Berry 16 6264
42. 28 -14 Jacob Donald 10 6248
43. 48 5 Blake Hunt 11 6245
44. 50 6 Logan Cusson 11 6218
45. 60 15 Emma Delattre 12 6196
46. 155 109 Trey Brown 7 6195
47. 51 4 David Kalb Jr. 22 6177
48. 76 28 Edward Portz 8 6177
49. 180 131 Alejandro Jaramillo 7 6124
50. 45 -5 Aaron Bromberek 17 6118
51. 46 -5 Jake Venberg 9 6111
52. 95 43 Bijoy Garg 7 6089
53. 54 1 Antonio de Lis 7 6072
54. 47 -7 Garrett Johnston 8 6070
55. 59 4 Kyle Apuzzo 16 6066
56. 56 NC Nathan Martin 15 6036
57. 11 -46 Kellen Ritter 6 6021
58. 53 -5 Aidan Yoder 10 5998
59. 55 -4 Filip Niemkiewicz 7 5993
60. 57 -3 Josh Hotz 7 5958
61. 58 -3 Dylan North 10 5943
62. 103 41 Alex Siragusa 7 5911
63. 81 18 Mick Gabriel 8 5907
64. 61 -3 Dustin Stross 10 5891
65. 66 1 Grant Palmer 12 5869
66. 142 76 Jack Dorsey 8 5854
67. 147 80 Pablo Perez de Lara 8 5838
68. 63 -5 Porter Weisensel 8 5827
69. 75 6 Christopher Martin 11 5808
70. 69 -1 Jordan Pulice 9 5774
71. 68 -3 James Hayner 8 5773
72. 64 -8 Jesse Gutierrez 10 5758
73. 67 -6 Blake Weiss 8 5747
74. 72 -2 Axel Cabrera 8 5725
75. 71 -4 Jonathan Yobbagy 7 5537
76. 92 16 AJ Zale 7 5489
77. 93 16 Grant Vogel 8 5478
78. 116 38 Austin McCusker 6 5409
79. 43 -36 Brett Mitchell 6 5395
80. 34 -46 Kyle Dupell 6 5356
81. 77 -4 Brody Shucard 6 5255
82. 31 -51 Mason Buck 6 5245
83. 79 -4 Nicholas d’Orlando 6 5191
84. 37 -47 Adam Smalley 6 5144
85. 80 -5 Cade Downes 6 5089
86. 100 14 Matt Stretch 6 5084
87. 83 -4 Diego Ramos 6 5042
88. 134 46 Ryan Tate 6 5027
89. 126 37 Alex Nowysz 6 5020
90. 84 -6 Lorenzo Travisanutto 5 5013
91. 115 24 Nick Ramirez 6 4996
92. 88 -4 Stephen Mallozzi 6 4863
93. 65 -28 Noah Grey 6 4810
94. 151 57 Tyler Trent 6 4795
95. 156 61 Terrin Odom 6 4729
96. 70 -26 Andrick Zeen 5 4721
97. 159 62 Elliott Budzinski 6 4674
98. 91 -7 Nathan Correa 6 4668
99. 163 64 Jorge Pescador 5 4478
100. 167 67 Arie Venberg 6 4416
101. 101 0 Clayton Williams 5 4232
102. 188 86 Kaden Gray 5 4158
103. 86 -17 Gary Lyles 5 4141
104. 186 82 Brian Van Cleve 5 4118
105. 105 NC Kevin Janders 5 4073
106. 106 NC Mathias Ramirez 5 4063
107. 107 NC Stanefo Galebe 5 4026
108. 135 27 Brenden DeLorto 5 4025
109. 78 -31 Cedrik Lupien 4 3992
110. 108 -2 Jonathon Silva 5 3992
111. 191 80 Dakota White 5 3960
112. 73 -39 Roberto Perez 5 3958
113. 194 81 Josh Green 5 3950
114. 113 -1 Mark Davis 5 3800
115. 208 93 Teddy Wilson 4 3731
116. 118 2 Lucas Kohl 5 3729
117. 119 2 Ashley Rogero 4 3666
118. 120 2 Maks Kowalski 4 3646
119. 121 2 Bailey Murphy 4 3631
120. 99 -21 Nick Brueckner 4 3588
121. 123 2 Zachary Hollingshead 4 3585
122. 213 91 Austin Schaff 4 3528
123. 125 2 Nicholas Hornbostel 4 3518
124. 127 3 Michael Bovim 4 3513
125. 128 3 Xander Clements 4 3498
126. 171 45 Scott Saunders 4 3479
127. 96 -31 Carter Herrera 4 3463
128. 129 1 Andre Nicastro 4 3457
129. 98 -31 Austin Wilkins 4 3457
130. 130 NC Victor Schoma 4 3457
131. 131 NC Judd Fowzer 4 3453
132. 133 1 Keith Holbrook 4 3442
133. 90 -43 Alejandro Marquez 4 3410
134. 82 -52 Remo Ruscitti 4 3392
135. 138 3 Ugo Gazil 4 3371
136. 139 3 Mark Vielgut 4 3353
137. 182 45 Eric Slivkoff 4 3342
138. 184 46 Brendon Cramer 4 3289
139. 145 6 Jimmy Simpson 4 3275
140. 187 47 Felipe Nicoletti 4 3259
141. 253 112 Tyler Orum 4 3236
142. 149 7 Greg Osborne Jr. 4 3233
143. 87 -56 Ayrton Kazee 4 3223
144. 367 223 Everest Fedler 4 3216
145. 152 7 Noah Koenig 4 3205
146. 246 100 David Galownia 4 3197
147. 102 -45 Cody Kelleher 4 3193
148. 154 6 Dylan Gennaro 4 3181
149. 195 46 Sammy Ruck 4 3103
150. 272 122 Kieran Madden 4 3093
151. 112 -39 Patrick O’Hare 4 3087
152. 157 5 Sara Misir 4 3062
153. 274 121 Galo Barros III 4 3049
154. 109 -45 Joey Paonessa 4 3034
155. 158 3 Finnegan Bayliff 4 3023
156. 114 -42 Alex Salsbury 4 2992
157. 52 -105 Luke Selliken 3 2989
158. 161 3 Andy Cantu 4 2981
159. 201 42 Cooper Heffley 4 2940
160. 117 -43 Logan Mueller 4 2913
161. 162 1 Dakota Pesek 4 2902
162. 165 3 Olin Galli 3 2829
163. 94 -69 Matthew Taskinen 3 2792
164. 89 -75 Zach Holden 3 2770
165. 166 1 Arthur Leist 3 2759
166. 169 3 Simone Perego 4 2713
167. 170 3 Luis Perez 3 2710
168. 97 -71 Walker Hess 3 2669
169. 124 -45 Matthew Morgan 3 2668
170. 172 2 Jacob Heavlow 3 2649
171. 173 2 Matias Fernandez 3 2639
172. 175 3 Peyton Long 3 2606
173. 62 -111 Calder McWhinney 3 2578
174. 179 5 Jesse Krill 3 2553
175. 85 -90 Ryan C. Lewis 3 2553
176. 181 5 Sam Gerlof 3 2527
177. 317 140 Pierce Baldus 3 2511
178. 183 5 Miguel Mier 3 2496
179. 319 140 Liam Nickell 3 2493
180. 185 5 Manuel Troncoso 3 2472
181. 219 38 Adam Rylance 3 2465
182. 140 -42 Jarett Belge 3 2463
183. 150 -33 Jarrett Duncovich 3 2443
184. 250 66 Julian Peacock 3 2398
185. 189 4 Diego Ortiz 3 2386
186. 190 4 Rudy Agras 3 2384
187. 197 10 Shane McCourt 3 2384
188. 193 5 Scott Hargrove 3 2358
189. 257 68 Thomas Parmentier 3 2358
190. 254 64 Branden Underwood 3 2344
191. 268 77 Jetson Lieser 3 2309
192. 196 4 Sullivan Sherill 3 2306
193. 110 -83 Andrew Byrne 3 2297
194. 259 65 Alex Geicius 3 2293
195. 381 186 Scott Beyer 3 2255
196. 198 2 Trevor Pace 3 2242
197. 200 3 Colt Hensley 3 2227
198. 284 86 Michael Burton 3 2195
199. 202 3 Alyse Venticinque 3 2162
200. 203 3 Dalton Dow 3 2154
201. 204 3 Vinicius Kwong 3 2151
202. 206 4 Nic LeDuc 2 2016
203. 207 4 Carlee Taylor 2 2001
204. 210 6 Marco Signoretti 2 1894
205. 211 6 Tommy Andersen 2 1842
206. 212 6 Fabienne Lanz 2 1838
207. 168 -39 Jake French 2 1820
208. 174 -34 Chance Skaufel 2 1804
209. 214 5 Hunter Kelly 2 1784
210. 122 -88 Kyle Wick 2 1782
211. 215 4 Carter Pease 2 1780
212. 216 4 Tyler Dueck 2 1772
213. 217 4 Jackson Dunn 2 1759
214. Pauly Massimino 2 1739
215. Henry Morse 2 1734
216. 218 2 Matt England 2 1731
217. 137 -80 Dominic Giansiracusa 2 1727
218. 220 2 Phil Giebler 2 1722
219. 178 -41 Nick RosenGrant 2 1714
220. 222 2 Mike Giessen 2 1709
221. 177 -44 Jeffery Collins 2 1708
222. 223 1 Jesus Rios Jr. 2 1703
223. 224 1 Jacob Andrew 2 1699
224. 132 -92 Derek Wang 2 1697
225. 225 NC Devin Jones 2 1694
226. 226 NC Michael Geringer 2 1684
227. 136 -91 Jacob Abel 2 1680
228. 227 -1 Kyle Fogt 2 1680
229. 318 89 Lance Fenderson 2 1674
230. 228 -2 Rafael Diaz 2 1665
231. 229 -2 Savannah Croutcher 2 1665
232. 230 -2 Kyle Carty 2 1664
233. 232 -1 Teddy Sin 2 1659
234. 104 -130 TJ Madonna 2 1659
235. 233 -2 Luke Durrett 2 1656
236. 310 74 Paige Evans 2 1652
237. 234 -3 Tommy Simmard 2 1650
238. 235 -3 Colby Wallace 2 1649
239. Matthew Cherry 2 1642
240. 238 -2 Richard Lee 2 1640
241. Raif Shah 2 1637
242. 239 -3 Justin Fulmer 2 1636
243. David Schorn 2 1633
244. 241 -3 Glauber Granero 2 1631
245. 242 -3 Mathew Dulin 2 1631
246. 243 -3 Kristin Rheaume 2 1630
247. 245 -2 Dillon DeFonce 2 1628
248. 247 -1 Joao Renato Corbellini 2 1624
249. 153 -96 Monroe Jordan 2 1624
250. 144 -106 Sean Mann 2 1621
251. 148 -103 Adam Isman 2 1617
252. Ricky Worley 2 1617
253. 248 -5 Evan Shaffer 2 1616
254. 146 -108 Jamie McAllister 2 1609
255. 249 -6 Brad Brittin 2 1608
256. 143 -113 Joseph Budzinski 2 1607
257. Meghan Peri 2 1603
258. 251 -7 Alexander Koreiba 2 1598
259. 252 -7 Shawn Harmon 2 1596
260. Tom Gogal 2 1584
261. 256 -5 Samuel Ruck 2 1583
262. 351 89 Randy Word 2 1580
263. 348 85 Nathan Haney 2 1573
264. 258 -6 Colin Gasparini 2 1568
265. Andrew Evans 2 1567
266. 260 -6 Michael Cruz 2 1560
267. 261 -6 Dominic Divita 2 1555
268. 262 -6 Bruno Smielevski 2 1554
269. 263 -6 Nicholas Andries 2 1552
270. Blake Korth 2 1544
271. 266 -5 Daniel Berry 2 1540
272. 267 -5 Matthew Mockabee 2 1539
273. 269 -4 Luis Schiavo 2 1533
274. 270 -4 Stan Crocker 2 1533
275. 271 -4 Konnor Gutting 2 1520
276. James Biser 2 1519
277. 273 -4 Cameron Parr 2 1515
278. 360 82 Vincent Fontecchio 2 1510
279. 278 -1 Dominick Ferrara 2 1505
280. 199 -81 Jeff Colegrove 2 1505
281. Matt Hamilton 2 1505
282. 275 -7 Alexis Apodaca 2 1499
283. 277 -6 Pedro Cabrera 2 1487
284. Olivia Rieding 2 1484
285. Ayden Fisher 2 1466
286. 282 -4 Will Harvey 2 1413
287. 283 -4 Brody Warren 2 1412
288. 285 -3 Colin Katzakian 2 1376
289. 286 -3 Collin Cornell 2 1356
290. 287 -3 Joshua Car 1 1194
291. 288 -3 Ben Barnicoat 1 1182
292. 160 -132 Marjin Kremers 1 1155
293. 289 -4 Danny Keirle 1 1075
294. 290 -4 Joey Van Splunteren 1 1063
295. 291 -4 Caio Collet 1 1027
296. 292 -4 Benjamin Harders 1 1003
297. 293 -4 Jeremy Doll 1 995
298. 294 -4 Zachary Claman-Demelo 1 991
299. 295 -4 Carson Kapica 1 984
300. 297 -3 Santiago Nicolas Chiarello 1 956
301. 298 -3 Christian Pancione 1 944
302. 299 -3 Ben Maxfield 1 942
303. Matt Johnson 1 940
304. 300 -4 Dusty Davis 1 925
305. 164 -141 Cal Stewart 1 923
306. 301 -5 Anthony Honeywell 1 914
307. 302 -5 Cole Hooton 1 910
308. 303 -5 Josh Lane 1 905
309. 304 -5 Michael Sputore 1 900
310. Jared Caylor 1 899
311. 305 -6 Aaron Snyder 1 886
312. 306 -6 Marc-Antoine Poirier 1 879
313. 308 -5 Jordan Redlin 1 876
314. 309 -5 Nick de Graaf 1 875
315. 311 -4 Thomas Simard 1 868
316. Andrew Bujdoso 1 867
317. 312 -5 Derek Martin 1 862
318. 141 -177 Nathan Ratton 1 862
319. 313 -6 Brandon Simeone 1 860
320. Rondie Latham Jr. 1 858
321. 176 -145 Nick Landi 1 857
322. 314 -8 Alisha Adatia 1 852
323. 315 -8 Robert Soroka 1 849
324. 316 -8 Brayden Werner 1 847
325. 320 -5 Christian Cole 1 832
326. 322 -4 Patrick Dennehy 1 828
327. 323 -4 Tahlon Yockel 1 828
328. 324 -4 Chase Dow 1 827
329. 325 -4 Greg Welch 1 827
330. 326 -4 Justice Lepe 1 827
331. 328 -3 Giuliano Stefanatto 1 826
332. 329 -3 Austin Osborne 1 822
333. 331 -2 Garrett Hughes 1 821
334. 332 -2 Collin Daley 1 818
335. Jessie James Mitchell 1 818
336. 335 -1 Jordan Flores 1 818
337. 333 -4 Michael d’Orlando 1 815
338. 334 -4 David Malukas 1 812
339. Bryce Boada 1 810
340. 255 -85 Brendan Burcroff 1 807
341. Cesar Campos Jr. 1 807
342. 336 -6 Christopher Chanko 1 804
343. 337 -6 Nikita Lastochkin 1 803
344. 338 -6 Patricio O’Ward 1 802
345. Alejandro Garcia 1 801
346. Connor Sideri 1 800
347. 192 -155 Brandon Cusack 1 798
348. 339 -9 Brett Smrz 1 798
349. 340 -9 Gonzalo Aponte 1 797
350. 341 -9 Jared Burchette 1 797
351. 342 -9 Jonathan Monje 1 797
352. Ethan Arndt 1 796
353. 343 -10 Ricardo Nunes 1 794
354. 344 -10 Russell Soto 1 794
355. Jovy Levin 1 792
356. 346 -10 Sebastian Rivest 1 790
357. 347 -10 Reilly Cann 1 788
358. 349 -9 Neil Alberico 1 785
359. 350 -9 Doug Foxworth 1 782
360. 244 -116 Rocco Cannata 1 781
361. 352 -9 Jaycie Ulmer 1 780
362. Spencer Kunz 1 777
363. Zach Rouse 1 776
364. 353 -11 Calvin Ku 1 774
365. 354 -11 Tyler Guilbeault 1 774
366. Jack Manzari 1 773
367. 355 -12 Ryan Casner 1 773
368. 356 -12 Landen Wilkins 1 772
369. Dante Quarato 1 770
370. 361 -9 Joshua Williams 1 765
371. 362 -9 Max Root 1 764
372. Matt Jaskol 1 763
373. 363 -10 Sarin Kodappully 1 763
374. Joey Brey 1 761
375. 364 -11 Marcus Rodriguez 1 761
376. Anthony Soberick 1 759
377. 365 -12 Mark Donato 1 759
378. Chris McGinley 1 756
379. 368 -11 Jillian Fichter 1 755
380. 369 -11 Robert Schneider 1 755
381. John Robicheaux 1 751
382. 370 -12 Chuck Nguyen 1 750
383. Michael Bulzacchelli 1 747
384. 371 -13 Sydney Dupont 1 746
385. 372 -13 Eric Huang 1 743
386. 280 -106 Jamie Gonzalez 1 742
387. 264 -123 Spencer Patterson 1 739
388. 374 -14 Jason Angles 1 736
389. 279 -110 Joel Wishnewski 1 736
390. 375 -15 Caleb Schnell 1 722
391. 307 -84 Adam Pettit 1 721
392. 376 -16 Stefan Colegrove 1 718
393. 377 -16 Mike Bartels 1 717
394. 378 -16 Stephan Krueger 1 713
395. 379 -16 Sebastian Hazbun 1 707
396. 382 -14 Alessandro Famularo 1 689
397. 384 -13 Sean Frederick 1 686
398. Jetson Lieser 1 685
399. 385 -14 Jay Juleson 1 662
400. 386 -14 Kyle Hayner 1 631

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