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

Norberg finishes as top driver for second straight year

Ryan Norber finishes in the #1 spot for a second straight year in the TaG Driver Rankings (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

It was an exciting 2018 season in the sport of karting here in North America. An incredibly busy year from January to November saw racing from coast-to-coast virtually every weekend at the national and regional level. As we look to turn the page on the season and begin focusing toward 2019, we need to finalize the standings of the EKN TaG Driver Rankings Powered by Bell Racing USA. While major points were up for grabs at the SKUSA SuperNationals 22, the order at the top remained unchanged through the November event as last year’s #1 Ryan Norberg went wire-to-wire in 2018 to end as our TaG Driver of the Year.

Norberg (PSL / Birel ART) earned his unprecedented third straight SKUSA Pro Tour title in August, making history to become the first driver to do so. Combining that effort and the rest of his 2018 results, Norberg held onto the top position in the EKN Driver Rankings all year long. Canadian Samuel Lupien finished the year in second, providing Norberg with a real challenge throughout the season in both the SKUSA Pro Tour title chase and the EKN Driver Rankings. Lupien (RPG / Kosmic) earned the SKUSA #2 plate for the 2019 season, despite not gaining that elusive SKUSA Pro Tour victory in 2018. His major victory of 2018 came at the US Open/Rotax Grand Nationals in July. Similar to Norberg and Lupien, Dante Yu was unable to improve his score at the SKUSA SuperNationals 22. Yu (CompKart) kept all four wheels on the ground this year, but unfortunately recorded a second-straight DNF in Las Vegas. The best finish of the top-three was Norberg in 25th.

Brandon Jarsocrak made it 4-for-4 at the top in drivers unable to improve their rankings score at the SKUSA SuperNationals. The two-time United States Pro Kart Series champion was among the leaders in what was a wild last lap skirmish, one that included Lupien. On the last lap, Lupien was put into the wall on the exit of turn one. Jarsocrak (KSNA / Kart Republic) had the same thing happen in turn six. Overall, it was still a solid season once again for Jarsocrak, picking up wins in USPKS, SKUSA and WKA competition. Ryan MacDermid was able to improve his score in the EKN Driver Rankings with a podium finish at SuperNats 22. The Canadian carried the #6 in honor of his mentor Robert Wickens, jumping up to fifth in the wild last lap to improve his spot to fifth in the EKN Driver Rankings.

Alex Bertagnoli was moved down to sixth with the improvement from MacDermid. It was a challenging week in Las Vegas for Bertagnoli, still adjusting to his new ride with CompKart, and he was unable to qualify for the main event. Alex was not alone, as a number of top drivers missed SuperSunday action, including #10 Austin Garrison. The WKA champion struggled in Vegas after performing strongly all season aboard the Fullerton chassis. Christian Brooks (Nash / FA Kart) dropped to seventh, but still improved his score. Brooks was among those in the battle for the win, and went for the lead in turn four on the final lap. Contact with 2018 world karting champion Lorenzo Travisanutto triggered the craziness that followed, and Brooks was officially classified in  14th.

Top Senior rookie Hannah Greenemeier (RPG / Kosmic) qualified for the main event in her first-ever SKUSA SuperNationals start. Greenemeier was unable to finish however, thus leaving her total unchanged from October which left her slotted in eighth. Joseph Daniele (RPM / Tony Kart) nearly edged Greenemeier out for top rookie. The California ProKart Challenge champion added an 18th-place finish from the SuperNationals to his 2018 total, moving up to ninth to close out the 2018 Driver Rankings. Callum Bradshaw (CRG Nordam) was the only driver to fall out of the top-10, ending up 22nd after losing his podium finish from the SuperNationals last year, unable to qualify for SuperSunday this year.


TaG #1 – Ryan Norberg
Orlando, Florida

(Photo: EKN)

A record-setting season for Norberg was completed in 2018. Norberg has now earned a third straight SKUSA Pro Tour championship, the first driver to do so. It was not without a challenge, in one of the most competitive title chases in recent years that went down to the wire. For the Driver Rankings, Norberg was able to control the top spot wire-to-wire, never relinquishing the #1 position. With an up-and-down week in Las Vegas, Norberg came close to losing the top spot, but he escaped leading the EKN standings at the end of the season. Norberg was unable to replace his podium finish from 2017, ending up 24th on SuperSunday. The perk of the SuperNationals was Norberg receiving the EKN ticket to the Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200k Scholarship Shootout. Looking to 2019, what does the season hold for Norberg? We’ll have to wait to find out.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA Winter Series ’18 #4 8.5 2 972
SKUSA WinterNationals ’18 #2 9.5 5 1041
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #1 9.5 1 1098
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #2 9.5 3 1076
SKUSA SummerNationals ’18 #1 9.5 3 1096
SKUSA SummerNationals ’18 #2 9.5 7 1051
ROK the RIO 2018 9 5 979

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.71
Average Points: 1044.7
Total Points: 7313

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TaG #2 – Samuel Lupien
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

(Photo: EKN)

The 2018 season ended as ‘what could have been’ for Samuel Lupien. The Canadian was in the hunt for the SKUSA Pro Tour title heading into the SummerNationals, only to have a mechanical issue strike him on Saturday to remove his chances for the crown. At the SuperNationals, Lupien was in the hunt for victory along with his brother Cedrik and RPG teammate Ben Cooper. Samuel was third at the white flag but, on the exit of turn one, he was put into the wall, suffering a bent axle that sent him out of the race. That not only took away a chance at the SuperNationals victory, but removed his ability to overtake Norberg in the EKN Driver Rankings standings. Had Lupien finished 14th or better, Lupien would have finished in the #1 spot. Lupien leaves 2018 thinking what could have been. Will it be redemption in 2019?

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
California ProKart Challenge ’18 #1 9 6 967
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
2018 US Open/Rotax Grand Nationals 9 1 1002
SKUSA SummerNationals ’18 #2 9.5 2 1107

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.00
Average Points: 1037.6
Total Points: 7263

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TaG #3 – Dante Yu
Temple City, California

(Photo: EKN)

2018 was an improvement for Dante Yu. The California driver had shown the speed at the regional level, and proved that once again in 2018. Winning his final two races in 2017 at the California ProKart Challenge, Dante added three wins to extend his streak to five over the last two seasons. Included in this total are two victories at the Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix. With the success on the temporary circuit there, it was assumed that momentum would transfer over to the SuperNationals. Last year ended with Yu flipping over and continuing on SuperSunday. In 2018, Dante struggled in the heat races and retired early in the main event. That left his Driver Rankings total unchanged from October, keeping him on the rankings podium to close out 2018. His first career SKUSA Pro Tour victory at the SpringNationals, in addition to repeating at SOLGP, will be the highlight for Yu in 2018.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA WinterNationals ’18 #1 9.5 9 997
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #1 9.5 5 1054
SKUSA SpringNationals ’18 #2 9.5 1 1098
California ProKart Challenge ’18 #3 9 1 1022
California ProKart Challenge ’18 #4 9 1 1002
SKUSA SummerNationals ’18 #1 9.5 7 1051
California ProKart Challenge ’18 #6 9 1 997

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 3.57
Average Points: 1031.6
Total Points: 7221


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.


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

Standings-2018-Final-TaG

Pos. Oct. 15 +/- Driver Races Score
1. 1 NC Ryan Norberg 19 7313
2. 2 NC Samuel Lupien 15 7263
3. 3 NC Dante Yu 16 7221
4. 4 NC Brandon Jarsocrak 24 7189
5. 8 3 Ryan MacDermid 15 7186
6. 5 -1 Alex Bertagnoli 18 7177
7. 6 -1 Christian Brooks 12 7157
8. 7 -1 Hannah Greenemeier 20 7040
9. 11 2 Joseph Daniele 15 6945
10. 10 NC Austin Garrison 20 6869
11. 13 2 Colin Neal 26 6830
12. 14 2 Jake Drew 16 6819
13. 22 9 Brenden Baker 15 6765
14. 15 1 Edward Portz 19 6765
15. 12 -3 Billy Musgrave 24 6735
16. 17 1 Jacob Gulick 25 6724
17. 18 1 Trey Brown 10 6689
18. 19 1 Lane Vacala 32 6669
19. 20 1 Austin McCusker 11 6662
20. 21 1 Luke Selliken 9 6652
21. 16 -5 Sonny Cervelli 11 6631
22. 9 -13 Callum Bradshaw 9 6618
23. 25 2 Emma Delattre 15 6603
23. 23 NC Zachary Hollingshead 10 6555
24. 23 -1 Jim McKinney 11 6536
25. 24 -1 Austin Schaff 16 6530
26. 27 1 Colby DuBato 20 6438
27. 36 9 Michael Avansino 15 6437
28. 28 NC Bijoy Garg 19 6431
29. 29 NC Brandon Lemke 11 6400
30. 30 NC Jenson Altzman 21 6400
31. 31 NC Armin Cavkusic 18 6387
32. 32 NC Maks Kowalski 8 6328
33. 34 1 Alejandro Jaramillo 11 6319
34. 35 1 Nick Persing 19 6304
35. 26 -9 Ryan Raffa 9 6277
36. 38 2 Blake Hunt 12 6265
37. 37 NC John Berry 17 6234
38. 40 2 Alexander Kardashian 18 6208
39. 33 -6 Zach Holden 7 6208
40. 41 1 Ethan Barrett 9 6178
41. 43 2 Alex Siragusa 14 6155
42. 44 2 Adam Smalley 9 6135
43. 56 13 Filip Niemkiewicz 8 6132
44. 45 1 Stephen Dial 7 6126
45. 46 1 Josh Green 11 6080
46. 49 3 Nathan Martin 24 6075
47. 50 3 Antonio de Lis 7 6072
48. 88 40 Brody Shucard 7 6071
49. 52 3 Jake Venberg 7 6062
50. 52 2 David Kalb Jr. 14 6049
51. 53 2 Nick Ramirez 8 6033
52. 54 2 Christopher Martin 15 6007
52. 48 -4 Jorge Pescador 7 6032
53. 55 2 Kyle Apuzzo 13 6005
54. 57 3 Cade Downes 10 6003
55. 58 3 Elliott Budzinski 12 6000
56. 42 -14 David Ilavia 9 5985
57. 47 -10 AJ Myers 7 5945
58. 59 1 Grant Palmer 15 5925
59. 60 1 Jack Dorsey 19 5923
60. 61 1 Pablo Perez de Lara 11 5921
61. 62 1 Kaden Gray 10 5908
62. 78 16 Axel Cabrera 8 5903
63. 63 NC Dustin Stross 10 5891
64. 64 NC Mick Gabriel 8 5884
65. 65 NC Ryan Tate 10 5880
66. 66 NC Matthew Mockabee 10 5849
67. 74 7 Terrin Odom 10 5848
68. 94 26 Brendon Cramer 7 5815
69. 68 -1 Brian Van Cleve 8 5802
70. 69 -1 Jacob Donald 9 5792
71. 70 -1 Logan Cusson 7 5784
72. 71 -1 Kyle Thome 7 5768
73. 72 -1 David Schorn 8 5758
74. 74 NC Aaron Bromberek 14 5739
74. 79 5 Brenden DeLorto 8 5697
75. 75 NC Tyler Trent 8 5676
76. 77 1 Jesse Gutierrez 10 5601
77. 82 5 Samuel Ruck 8 5598
78. 80 2 JJ Hansen 8 5571
79. 81 2 Dakota White 10 5569
80. 83 3 Jonathan Yobbagy 9 5485
81. 84 3 AJ Zale 7 5469
82. 76 -6 Abby McLaughlin 7 5458
83. 85 2 Dylan Gerding 8 5444
84. 39 -45 Nicky Hays 6 5365
85. 86 1 Grant Vogel 8 5360
86. 90 4 Jake Craig 5 5345
87. 87 NC Finnegan Bayliff 7 5286
88. 89 1 Garrett Johnston 6 5116
89. 91 2 Eric Slivkoff 6 5063
90. 92 2 Diego Ramos 6 5042
91. 95 4 Kyle Fogt 6 4990
92. 96 4 Jacob Andrew 6 4980
93. 67 -26 Aidan Yoder 6 4975
94. 109 15 Raif Shah 6 4970
95. 97 2 Tommy Gritzmacher 6 4970
96. 93 -3 Lorenzo Travisanutto 5 4956
97. 98 1 Kristin Rheaume 6 4931
98. 99 1 Ricky Worley 6 4840
99. 100 1 Nathan Correa 6 4668
100. 101 1 Brian Rettig 6 4649
101. 102 1 Galo Barros III 6 4544
102. 124 22 Nicholas Hornbostel 5 4499
103. 104 1 Pauly Massimino 5 4492
104. 51 -53 Arie Venberg 6 4416
105. 105 NC Pierce Baldus 5 4192
106. 138 32 Felipe Nicoletti 5 4157
107. 110 3 Clayton Williams 5 4096
107. 107 NC Gary Lyles 5 4112
108. 174 66 Sebastian Rivest 5 4078
109. 111 2 Mathias Ramirez 5 4029
109. 112 3 Stanefo Galebe 5 4026
110. 311 201 Jordan Pulice 5 4020
111. 113 2 Ben Varner 5 4004
112. 114 2 Kieran Madden 5 3997
113. 115 2 Mark Davis 5 3800
114. 116 2 Scott Beyer 5 3794
115. 117 2 Jetson Lieser 5 3781
116. 118 2 Logan Mueller 5 3776
117. 119 2 Alyse Venticinque 5 3741
118. 120 2 Teddy Wilson 4 3731
119. 121 2 Lucas Kohl 5 3729
120. 103 -17 Colton Ramsey 5 3642
121. 122 1 Bailey Murphy 4 3631
122. 123 1 Colin Warren 4 3608
123. 199 76 Ashley Rogero 4 3492
124. 125 1 Dionisios Marcu 4 3488
125. 127 2 Judd Fowzer 4 3453
126. 128 2 Derek Wang 4 3388
127. 129 2 David Galownia 4 3384
128. 130 2 Eduardo Barrichello 4 3371
129. 131 2 Ugo Gazil 4 3371
130. 132 2 Jacob Hudson 4 3368
131. 302 171 Tahlon Yockel 4 3355
132. 133 1 Amanda Smalley 4 3333
133. 134 1 Matt Stretch 4 3330
134. 135 1 Jimmy Simpson 4 3311
135. 136 1 Michael Bovim 4 3303
136. 137 1 Liam Nickell 4 3302
137. 108 -29 James Hayner 4 3279
138. 139 1 Keith Holbrook 4 3256
139. 140 1 Matthew Cherry 4 3245
140. 106 -34 Nicholas d'Orlando 4 3244
141. 141 NC Tyler Orum 4 3236
142. 142 NC Alex Nowysz 4 3217
143. 143 NC Everest Fedler 4 3216
144. 144 NC Alexis Apodaca 4 3214
145. 248 103 Nicholas Andries 4 3212
146. 145 -1 James Biser 4 3201
147. 146 -1 Clayton Ketcher 4 3196
148. 147 -1 Julian Peacock 4 3190
149. 148 -1 Dylan Gennaro 4 3181
150. 149 -1 Alejandro Marquez 4 3177
151. 183 32 Branden Underwood 4 3140
152. 150 -2 Stan Crocker 4 3124
153. 177 24 Diego Ortiz 4 3110
154. 151 -3 Adam Rylance 4 3108
155. 152 -3 Andriy Tsyupka 4 3092
155. 153 -2 Nazar Novosiadly 4 3065
156. 155 -1 Sara Misir 4 3062
157. 155 -2 Dakota Pesek 4 2902
158. 156 -2 Olin Galli 3 2785
159. 157 -2 Arthur Leist 3 2759
160. 158 -2 Simone Perego 4 2713
161. 159 -2 Dylan Tavella 3 2700
162. 205 43 Phil Giebler 3 2681
163. 160 -3 Dalton Dow 3 2671
164. 126 -38 Victor Schoma 3 2657
165. 162 -3 Jacob Loomis 3 2580
166. 163 -3 Brett Mitchell 3 2572
167. 164 -3 Austin Wilkins 3 2561
168. 165 -3 Jesse Krill 3 2553
169. 166 -3 Dillon DeFonce 3 2550
170. 167 -3 Jett Morton 3 2525
171. 168 -3 Austin Osborne 3 2488
172. 169 -3 Travis Wiley 3 2485
173. 170 -3 Ethan Arndt 3 2480
174. 171 -3 Manuel Troncoso 3 2472
175. 172 -3 Stephen Mallozzi 3 2451
176. 173 -3 Meghan Peri 3 2445
177. 175 -2 Cody Kelleher 3 2398
178. 176 -2 Luke Stroud 3 2395
179. 178 -1 Thomas Parmentier 3 2358
180. 179 -1 Jarett Belge 3 2356
181. 180 -1 Xander Clements 3 2354
182. 181 -1 Sarin Kodappully 3 2353
183. 182 -1 Nathan Haney 3 2345
184. 234 50 Cooper Heffley 3 2316
185. 249 64 Paige Evans 3 2314
186. 184 -2 Vincent Fontecchio 3 2305
187. 185 -2 Cameron Parr 3 2265
188. 186 -2 Trevor Pace 3 2242
189. 187 -2 Alex Salsbury 3 2229
190. 188 -2 Colt Hensley 3 2227
191. 189 -2 Michael Burton 3 2195
192. 190 -2 Jonny Edgar 2 2191
193. 191 -2 Vinicius Kwong 3 2151
194. 193 -1 Cedrik Lupien 2 2149
195. 274 79 Marco Maestranzi 2 2061
196. 278 82 Zachary Claman-Demelo 2 2054
197. 280 83 Nick Brueckner 2 1889
198. 194 -4 Sam Cate 2 1833
199. 195 -4 Jake French 2 1820
200. 196 -4 Jesus Rios Jr. 2 1811
201. 197 -4 Mike Rolison 2 1786
202. 198 -4 Hunter Kelly 2 1784
203. 200 -3 Jackson Dunn 2 1759
204. 201 -3 Chance Skaufel 2 1758
205. 202 -3 Jared Korth 2 1740
206. 73 -133 Kyle Wick 2 1735
207. 203 -4 Henry Morse 2 1734
208. 204 -4 Matt England 2 1731
209. 206 -3 Mike Giessen 2 1709
210. - - Brian Boly 2 1696
211. 207 -4 Phillip Arscott 2 1688
212. 208 -4 Lance Fenderson 2 1674
213. 209 -4 Zack Pretorius 2 1672
214. 210 -4 Mark Snyder 2 1654
215. 211 -4 Kevin Janders 2 1650
216. 212 -4 Tommy Simmard 2 1650
217. 213 -4 Matthew Turner 2 1649
218. 214 -4 Scott Saunders 2 1649
219. 215 -4 Hunter Peri 2 1645
220. 216 -4 Jake Preston 2 1645
221. - - TJ Larsen 2 1633
222. 217 -5 Kyle Janssen 2 1632
223. 218 -5 Glauber Granero 2 1631
223. 219 -4 Mathew Dulin 2 1631
224. 220 -4 Rudy Agras 2 1630
225. 221 -4 Scott Speed 2 1629
226. 300 74 Conrad Krawiec 2 1628
227. 222 -5 Alex Speed 2 1624
228. 223 -5 Joao Renato Corbellini 2 1624
229. 224 -5 Ethan Billions 2 1621
230. 225 -5 Alex Cognac 2 1618
231. 226 -5 Drew Lindley 2 1618
232. 227 -5 Alejandro Garcia 2 1608
233. 228 -5 Brandon Cusack 2 1604
234. 229 -5 Megan Camara 2 1602
235. 230 -5 Laurentin Mardan 2 1598
236. 231 -5 Aidan O'Neill 2 1592
237. 232 -5 Chris Benoit 2 1590
238. 233 -5 Tom Gogal 2 1584
239. 235 -4 Brian Hill 2 1574
240. 236 -4 Jaycie Ulmer 2 1574
241. 237 -4 Joseph Bruce 2 1572
242. 238 -4 Colin Gasparini 2 1568
243. 239 -4 Shane McCourt 2 1568
244. 240 -4 Andrew Evans 2 1567
244. 241 -3 Sean Hafenrichter 2 1562
245. 242 -3 Doug Foxworth 2 1561
246. 244 -2 Ron Nance 2 1561
247. 307 60 Dominick Ferrara 2 1556
248. 244 -4 Dominic Divita 2 1555
249. 245 -4 Bruno Smielevski 2 1554
250. 246 -4 Andre Nicastro 2 1552
251. 247 -4 Jack Manzari 2 1552
252. 250 -2 Blake Korth 2 1544
253. 294 41 Robert Soroka 2 1543
254. 251 -3 Anthony Soberick 2 1541
255. 252 -3 Max Burdick 2 1538
256. 253 -3 Luis Schiavo 2 1533
257. 254 -3 Andrew Byrne 2 1532
258. 255 -3 Robert Schneider 2 1526
259. 256 -3 Stephan Krueger 2 1525
260. 257 -3 Chris McGinley 2 1517
261. 161 -100 Matias Fernandez 2 1516
262. 351 89 Sullivan Sherill 2 1513
263. 258 -5 Matt Hamilton 2 1505
264. 259 -5 Michael Bulzacchelli 2 1500
265. 260 -5 Kyle Carty 2 1489
266. 261 -5 Olivia Rieding 2 1484
267. 262 -5 Matthew Dulin 2 1476
268. 263 -5 Alex Geicius 2 1466
269. 264 -5 Ayden Fisher 2 1466
270. 265 -5 Adam Pettit 2 1448
271. 107 -164 PJ Lyda 2 1442
272. 266 -6 Will Harvey 2 1413
273. 267 -6 Brody Warren 2 1412
274. 268 -6 Colin Katzakian 2 1376
275. 269 -6 Collin Cornell 2 1356
276. - - Ben Cooper 1 1160
277. - - Zane Maloney 1 1148
278. - - Matheus Morgatto 1 1125
279. - - Pedro Hiltbrand 1 1079
280. - - Guilherme Peixoto 1 1056
281. 276 -5 Nic LeDuc 1 1018
282. - - Emiliano Richards 1 998
283. - - Jace Denmark-Gessel 1 989
284. 279 -5 Bradley Barrett 1 982
285. - - Reece Cohen 1 974
286. - - Miklas Born 1 951
287. 283 -4 Matt Johnson 1 940
288. - - Justin Francis 1 916
289. - - Zoey Edenholm 1 908
290. 109 -181 Jared Caylor 1 899
291. - - Cameron Longmore 1 893
292. 284 -8 Marc-Antoine Poirier 1 882
293. - - Kai Dalziel 1 877
294. 285 -9 Jordan Redlin 1 876
295. 286 -9 Andrew Bujdoso 1 867
296. 287 -9 Luis Perez 1 866
297. 288 -9 Elly Morrow 1 862
298. 192 -106 Braden Eves 1 861
299. 289 -10 Brandon Simeone 1 860
300. 290 -10 Billy Cleavelin 1 859
301. 291 -10 Rondie Latham Jr. 1 858
302. 292 -10 Brad Brittin 1 856
303. 293 -10 Alisha Adatia 1 852
304. 295 -9 Remo Ruscitti 1 847
305. 296 -9 Chase Outcault 1 842
306. 298 -8 Carter Herrera 1 835
307. - - Milane Petelet 1 835
308. 299 -9 Christian Cole 1 832
308. 301 -7 Mason Buck 1 832
309. 303 -6 Chase Dow 1 827
310. 304 -6 Justice Lepe 1 827
311. 305 -6 Dominic Giansiracusa 1 825
312. 306 -6 Cole Hooton 1 822
312. 308 -4 Garrett Hughes 1 821
313. 308 -5 Collin Daley 1 818
314. 309 -5 Jessie James Mitchell 1 818
315. 310 -5 Jordan Flores 1 818
316. 312 -4 Massimo Sanchez-Lara 1 818
317. 312 -5 Andrew Patterson 1 812
318. 314 -4 Bryce Boada 1 810
319. 315 -4 Cesar Campos Jr. 1 807
320. 316 -4 Jeff Lewis 1 805
321. 317 -4 Ariel Castro 1 804
322. 318 -4 Hunter Fox 1 804
323. 319 -4 Darin Marcus 1 803
324. 320 -4 Seth Axelson 1 802
325. 321 -4 Braden Schlimme 1 800
326. 322 -4 Connor Sideri 1 800
327. 323 -4 Randy Word 1 799
328. 324 -4 Gonzalo Aponte 1 797
329. 325 -4 Jonathan Monje 1 797
330. 326 -4 Miguel Mier 1 797
331. 327 -4 Bryce Aron 1 794
332. 329 -3 Haley Lederer 1 792
333. 330 -3 Jovy Levin 1 792
334. 331 -3 Scott Hargrove 1 792
335. 332 -3 Jack Scanlon 1 791
335. 333 -2 Niki Johnson 1 790
336. - - Leigh Nicolaou 1 789
337. 335 -2 Reilly Cann 1 788
338. 335 -3 Rod Scharf 1 786
339. 336 -3 Jackson Morrow 1 785
340. - - Ryan Martin 1 785
341. 337 -4 Sandler Hoffman 1 784
342. 338 -4 Tomas Guerrero 1 782
343. 339 -4 Rockwell Secrest 1 779
344. 340 -4 Bill McBrayer 1 777
345. 334 -11 Noah Grey 1 777
346. 341 -5 Spencer Kunz 1 777
347. 343 -4 Cody Hodgson 1 776
348. 344 -4 Zach Rouse 1 776
349. 345 -4 Calvin Ku 1 774
350. 346 -4 Justin Dittrich 1 774
351. 347 -4 Tyler Guilbeault 1 774
352. 348 -4 Landen Wilkins 1 772
353. 349 -4 Dante Quarato 1 770
354. 350 -4 Jarrett Duncovich 1 769
355. 352 -3 Joshua Williams 1 765
356. 353 -3 Max Root 1 764
357. 354 -3 Matt Jaskol 1 763
358. 355 -3 Joey Brey 1 761
359. 356 -3 Rocco Cannata 1 761
360. 357 -3 Jillian Fichter 1 755
361. 358 -3 Jack Phelps 1 752
362. 359 -3 John Robicheaux 1 751
363. 360 -3 Sydney Dupont 1 746
364. 361 -3 Eric Huang 1 743
365. 362 -3 Jeremy Doll 1 741
366. 363 -3 Michael Cruz 1 741
367. 364 -3 Spencer Patterson 1 739
368. 365 -3 Jason Angles 1 736
369. - - David Sera 1 731
370. 275 -95 Caleb Schnell 1 722
371. 368 -3 Matthew Duncovich 1 716
372. - - Mateo Villagomez 1 714
373. - - Rafael Villagomez 1 708
374. 243 -131 Sebastian Hazbun 1 707
375. - - Jose Zanella 1 704
376. 369 -7 Pedro Cabrera 1 698
377. 270 -107 Joshua Car 1 696
378. 370 -8 Alessandro Famularo 1 689
379. 223 -156 Sean Frederick 1 686
380. 371 -9 Patrick O'Hare 1 678
381. 372 -9 Jay Juleson 1 662
382. 373 -9 Kyle Hayner 1 631
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