Kil-Kare Raceway
1166 Dayton-Xenia Rd.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
www.kilkare.com

 

Super Saturday action kicked off with Over 170 cars showing for first round of eliminations. In the Super Pro Quarterfinals we would see Cammie Sherrill dialing a 5.55 to the 6.40 of TK Brassington. Sherrill would have the better reaction time with a .003 and would take the win with a  5.563 pass. Next would be Randy Smith dialing a 6.45 to the 4.71 of Billy Sellman. Smith would get the better light with a .006, and would take the win with a 6.473. Next would be Randy Stutz dialing a 6.07 to the 6.52 of Mark Griffith. Stutz would get the better light with a .024 and would take the win with a 6.088 pass. Bob Manker would run the bye.
            In the semis we would see Stutz dialing a 6.07 to the 6.71 of Manker. Manker would get the better reaction time with a .009, but it would be Stutz with the breakout win on a  6.07 pass. Next would be Sherrill dialing a 5.55 to the 6.46 of Smith. Smith would cut down the tree with a .0009 light but would breakout moving Sherrill to the finals on a 5.580 pass.
            In the finals we would see Stutz dialing a 6.07 to the 5.56 of Sherrill. Stutz would record the better reaction with a .015, and would take the breakout win on a 6.078 pass.

 

 


            In the pro quarterfinals we would see IDDU’s James Sanders dialing a 6.91 to the 6.86 of Edward Ellison. Ellison would go red moving Sanders to the semis. Next would be Jason Ford dialing a 6.50 to the 6.57 of John Masdea. Masdea cut a .001 light but it would be Ford with the win on a 6.476 pass. The last pair for the round would be Mark Griffith dialing a 6.52 to the 6.41 of Jack Spivey. Griffith would cut a .021 and would take the win with a 6.541 pass.
            In the semis we would see Ford dial a 6.48 to the 6.91 of Sanders. Sanders would go red moving Ford to the finals to face bye runner Mark Griffith.
            In the finals we would see Griffith dialing a 6.51 to the 6.48 of Ford. Ford would go .005 red giving the win to Griffith.

 


            In sportsman quarterfinals we would see Mike Haines dialing a 12.00 to the 17.36 of Steve Collier. Collier would go red, moving Haines to the semis. Next would be Trey Collier dialing a 12.98 to the 14.04 of Bob Maxwell. Collier would cut a .050 light and would take the win with a 13.006. The last pair for the round would be Sam bunch dialing a 12.22 to the 12.50 of Danny Smart. Bunch would cut a .001 and would take the win with a  12.241 pass.
            In the semis we would see Haines dialing a 12.00 to the 12.96 of Collier. Haines would cut a .060 for the better reaction, and would take the double breakout win with an 11.950 pass. Bunch would have the bye run into the finals.
            In the finals we would see Haines dialing a 12.00 to the 12.15 of Bunch. Bunch would cut a .022 for the better light, but it would be Haines with the win on an 11.983 pass.

 


            In the Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson Pro Bike Class we would see Burt Exman dilaing an 8.81 to the 9.11 of Ceslie Shellhaas. Exman would cut  a .014 for the better light and would take the win with an 8.842 pass. Next would be Austin Stidham dialing a 9.55 to the 9.26 of Kevin Allen. Stidham would cut the better light with a .003 and would take the win with a 9.554 ride. The last pair for the round would be Bob Nugent dialing a 9.78 to the 9.05 of Barry Coffman. Coffman would cut the better light with a .053  but it would b Nugent with the win on a 9.784 pass.
            In the semis we would see Exman dialing an 8.81 to the 9.78 of Nugent. Nugent would have the better light with a .029, but it would be Exman on an 8.887 for the win. Stidham would have the bye to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Stidham dialing a 9.50 to the 8.82 of Exman. Stidham would cut a .012 light and would take the double breakout win with a 9.441 ride.

 


            In the Jr. Dragster 8-9 Class Chase Dunkle would take the win with a 12.674 pass on a .564 light.

 


            In the 10-12 class we would see Nick Gilmore dialing a 15.35 to the 10.30 of Matt Ruzicka. Ruzicka would cut a .134 light but it would be Gilmore with the breakout win on a 15.412 pass. Next would be Shelby Stacy dialing a 9.00 to the 10.90 of Allison Neeld. Stacy would cut a .044 light for the advantage and would take the win with a 9.008. Next would be Kyle Beavers dialing an 8.90 to the 9.18 of Emily Crum. Beavers cut a .071, and would take the win with a 9.031 pass. Jacob Castle would be on the bye to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Castle and Beavers dialed heads up at 8.90. Beavers would go red moving Castle to the finals. The last pair for the semis was Stacy dialing an 8.95 to the 15.37 of Gilmore. Stacy would cut the better light with a .191 and would take the win with a 9.072 pass.
            In the finals we would see Castle dialing an 8.94 to the 9.05 of Stacy. Stacy would go red making Castle the winner.

 


            In  the 13 & Up Class we would see Kay Crum dialing a 7.90 to the 7.96 of Caleb Ellison. Caleb would go red moving to the semis. Next was Kylie Derifield dialing a 7.96 to the 9.00 of Garreth Sheppeard. Derifield would cut the better light with a .024 and would take the breakout win with a 7.982. Next would be Paige Vance dialing a 7.91 to the 7.97 of Mikah Miller. Miller would go red moving Vance to the semis. Next would be Shawn Pitts and Maggie Turley dialing heads up 7.90. Pitts would be better at the tree with a .016 and would take the breakout win with a 7.879 pass.
            In the semis it would be Vance dialing a 7.91 to the 7.92 of Pitts. Pitts would go red moving Vance to the finals. Next would be Derifield dialing a 7.96 to the 7.90 of Crum. Crum would go red moving Derifield to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Vance and Derifield both dialing 7.91 for a heads up final. Derifield would go red making Vance the Jr Dragster 13 & up winner.


            In the High School class Shawn Pitts would take the win with a 7.785 pass.