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

           Saturday July 21st would bring over 240 vehicles to first round. Hard fought battles would bring all classes but Jr. Dragster to a curfew call resulting in a split for Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, and Pro Bike.
            In Junior Dragster 8-9 Class, we would see Chase Dunkel dial a 12.92 to the 13.50 of Jayden Mitchell. Mitchell would go red making Dunkel the 8-9 Winner.
            In the junior dragster 10-12 class Kayleigh Williamson dial a 10.80 to the 8.90 of Jacob Castle. Castle would cut a .0040 light but it would be Williamson on the win light with a 10.805 for the breakout win. Next would be Taylor Thompson dialing a 9.05 to the 8.93 of Shelby Stacy. Thompson would have the better light with a .1475 and would run a 9.0567 for the win light. Next would be Michael Roberts dialing a 12.70 to the 13.63 of Nick Gilmore. Gilmore would cut the better light, but it would be Roberts on the double breakout win with a 12.663. Next would be Chase Wallace dialing 11.70 to the 11.00of Aaron Shaner. Wallace would cut a .0597 light and would have a double breakout win with a 11.212 pass. Hunter Hughes would have the bye to the quarterfinals.
            In the quarters we would see Thompson dialing a 9.03 to the 12.66 of Roberts. Thompson would cut a .0578 and would run a 9.058 for the win light. Next would be Hughes dialing an 8.99 to the 10.77 of Williamson. Williamson would go red moving Hughes to the next round. Wallace would have the bye run into the semis.
            In the semis we would see Wallace dialing an 11.20 to the 8.94 of Hughes. Wallace would have the better light with a .0601, and would take the win light with an 11.34. Thompson would have the bye run to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Thompson dialing a 9.04 to the 11.27 of Wallace. Thompson would cut a .1345 light and would take the win with a 9.060 pass.
            In the 13-17 class we would see Garreth Sheppeard dialing an 8.96 to the 10.54 of Jordan Purk. Purk would go red moving Sheppeard to the semis. Next would be Paige Vance dialing a 7.90 to the 8.70 of Branton Mitchell. Vance would cut a .0186 for the better light and would take the win with a 7.945 pass. Nect would be Mikah Miller dialing a 7.90 to the 7.93 of James Smith. Smith would cut a .0010 light however it would be Miller with a  7.922 pass for the win light.
            In the semis it would be Vance dialing a 7.90 to the 8.94 of Sheppeard. Sheppeard would cut the better light with  a .0627, but Vance would run a 7.909 for the win light. Miller would have the bye to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Vance and Miller heads up dialing 7.90. Miller would go red making Paige Vance the 13-17 class winner.