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

Over 240 vehicles would stage for first round eliminations on Saturday. In Super Pro Quarterfinals we would see Roger Taylor dialing a 4.84 to the 5.61 of Dave Cox. Taylor would cut a .0056 light, and would take the win light with a 4.841 for the win light. Next would be Melissa Vance dialing 4.91 to the 4.85 Bruce Carlson. Carlson would cut the better light with a .0180, but it would be Vance closer to the number with a 4.912 for the win light. Next would be Larry Long dialing a 5.47 to the 6.07 of Mike Sturgill. Sturgill would go red moving Long to the next round. Randy Stutz would have the bye run into the semis. However curfew would fall prior to Super Pro returning to the lanes.
            In the Pro Quarterfinals we would see Jason Bishop dialing a 6.43 to the 5.88 of Brett Randall. Bishop would be better at the tree with a .0352, and would take the win with a 6.450. Next would be Rob Crider dialing a 6.52 to the  6.90 of Doug Caplinger. Caplinger would be better on the tree with a .0246, but ti would be Crider with a 6.512 for the double breakout win. Jason Ford would have the bye run to the semis, but curfew would fall prior to Pro’s return to the track.
            In the Sportsman class we would see Doug Thompson dialing a 13.48 to the 12.23 of Robert Fairchild. Thompson would have the better light with a .0387, and would take the win with a 13.503. Next would be Rick Gladman dialing a 12.99 to the 12.45 of Dale Buck. Buck would go red moving Gladman to the semis. Next would be Danny smart dialing a 12.35 to the 12.08 of Sam Bunch. Bunch would be better at the tree with a .0689, but Smart would have the win light with a 12.359 pass. The last pair for the round would be Terry Knight dialing a 14.30 to the 13.42 of G. Pooler. Pooler would go red moving Knight to the semis.
            In the semifinals we would see Thompson dialing a 13.44 to the 12.34 of Smart. Smart would come off the line with a .0175 reaction, but it would be Thompson running a 13.444 for the win light. Next would be Gladman dialing a 12.94 to the 14.28 of Knight. Gladman would have the better reaction with a .0387, and would take the win with a 12.941.
            Final round action would see Gladman dialing a 12.92 to the 13.43 of Thompson. Thompson would get the better reaction by .0005, however Gladman would take the win with a 12.926.
            In Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson Pro Bike quarterfinals we would see Kevin Allen dialing a 9.32 to the 10.03 of Jesse Sowers. Allen would cut a .0130 light and would take the win with a 9.666. Next would be Roger Wilhelm Jr. dialing a 10.01 to the 8.88 of Burt Exman. Wilhelm would be better at the tree with a .0215, and would take the win with a 10.011 ride. Next would be Steve Withem dialing a 10.96 to the 9.11 of Kevin Hoskins. Hoskins would get the better reaction with a .0314, however we would see Withem the double breakout winner on a 10.922 pass. Darrell Carmichael would have the bye run to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Carmichael dialing a 8.83 to the 10.01 of Wilhelm. Wilhelm would go red moving Carmichael to the finals. Next would be Allen dialing 9.32 to the 10.91 of Withem. Allen would grab a .0081 light, and would take the win with a 9.352. Curfew would fall prior to the bikes returning to the track, all remaining racers split the remaining purse.
            In the Junior Dragster 8-9 class we would see Lindsey Back dialing a 13.10 to the 13.80 of Justin Knight. Back would cut a .1120 light and would take the win with a 13.145 pass. Next would be Jayden Mitchell dialing a 13.80 to the 13.18 of Chase Dunkel. Dunkel would cut the better light with a .1762, however it would be Mitchell the breakout winner with a 13.601 pass.
            In the finals we would see Back dialing a 13.10 to the 13.58 of Mitchell. Back would have the better light with a .1224, and would take the double breakout win with a 13.023.
            In the 10-12 Jr. Dragsters we would see Taylor Thompson dialing an 8.96 to the 9.05 of Shelby Stacey. Stacey would go red moving Thompson to the semis. Next would be Hunter Hughes dialing a 9.13 to the 13.68 of Nick Gilmore. Hughes would cut a .0023 light and would take the win with a 9.151 pass. Next would be Jacob Castle dialing an 8.90 to the 9.03 of Logan Back. Castle would cut the better light with a .0355, and would take the win with an 8.973. the last pair for the round would be Aaron Shaner dialing a 10.20 to the 9.05 of Kyle Beavers. Beavers would go red moving Shaner to the semis.
            In the semis we would see Thompson dialing an 8.97 to the 10.13 of Shaner. Thompson would have the better light with a .0448, and would take the win with an 8.986 pass. Next would be Castle dialing an 8.90 to the 9.11 of Hughes. Castle would cut a better light with a .0622, and would take the double breakout win with an 8.870.
            In the finals we would see Castle dialing an 8.90 to the 8.97 of Thompson. Thompson would go red making Castle the 10-12 Winner.
            In the 13-17 class we would see Kay Crum dialing a 7.90 to the 7.95 of Shayla Babb. Babb would go red going into the next round. Next would be Kylie Derifield dialing a 7.95 to the 9.00 of Garreth Sheppeard. Derifield would catch the better light with a .0402, and would take the win with a 7.965. Next would be Brittany Gilmore dialing an 8.54 to the 7.90 of Caleb Ellison. Ellison would go red moving Gilmore to the next round. The last pair for the round would be Paige Vance and Mikah Miller heads up dialed at 7.90. Miller would get the better light with a .0345, but it would be Vance with the breakout win on a 7.918 pass.
            In the semis it would be Crum dialing a 7.90 to the 7.98 of Derifield. Derifield would go red moving Crum to the finals. Next would be Gilmore dialing an 8.55 to the 7.91 of Vance. Vance would go red moving Gilmore to the finals.
            In the finals we would see Crum dialing a 7.90 to the 8.55 of Gilmore. Crum would cut a .0979 for the better light and would run an 8.010 for the breakout win.