October 13th, 2018

Results :

Sportsman Feature: 1. Al Archiere, Danbury, CT 2. Rick Mill 3. Ed Dachenhausen 4. Bill Papula 5. Jerry Curry 6. Chris Cook 7. Rich Coons

Legends Feature: 1. Daniel Carter, Cortland, NY 2. Kevin Nowak 3. Matt Maring 4. Brad Lowmaster 5. Chris Rogers 6. Sean Verwys 7. Joe Graf Jr. 8. Jeff Otto Jr. 9. Eugene Drew 10. Jonathan Parsons 11. Steve Coleman 12. Mike Benton 13. Jeffrey Lefcourt 14. Patrick Moore 15. Quinn Trimmer 16. Jeff Farruggia 17. Richie Davidowitz 18. Steve Woytysiak 19. Vinny Delaney

Asphalt Modified Feature: 1. Tyler Dachenhausen, Danbury, CT 2. Skip LaPolt 3. Joey McCarthy 4. Willie Nickerson

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Kevin Skelly 3. Mac Crawson 4. Josh Wilbur 5. Jim Helt 6. Porter Crawson 7. AJ Atkins 8. Vinny Stanton Sr. 9. Blaine Barry DNS. Mike Houghtaling

Super Street Stock Feature: 1. Kevin Skelly, North Branch, NY 2. Kyle Welsch 3. Corey Stanton 4. Jesse Murphy 5. Brian Bauernfeind 6. Josh Wilbur 7. Gerard Lawrence

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. David Donovan, Neversink, NY 2. Mike Travis 3. Richard Smith 4. Todd Gadoury 5. Nicole Nelson 6. Jeff DeGroat 7. Bryan Zeininger 8. Joe Smith

Enduro Feature: 1. David Donovan, Neversink, NY 2. Joe Smith 3. Nicole Nelson 4. Don Kuhn 5. Mike Travis 6. Tyler White 7. Todd Gadoury 8. Richard Smith 9. Shawn Maloney

AL ARCHIERE IS THE TOP CAT IN BETHEL’S CATSKILL CLASH; WINS THRILLING THREE WIDE RACE TO CHECKERS IN SPORTSMAN FEATURE!

October 13th, 2018:

Bethel Motor Speedway held it’s ‘Catskill Clash’ which brought a special race program of short track racing this past Saturday to the popular speedway. Despite a dismal morning of damp weather, the track crew perservered with the grounds to bring in a fun Autumn afternoon of racing!

Al Archiere in his McCarthy Aluminum #21x, pulled a hat trick as he picked up his third feature victory in a row in the Extreme Kleaner Sportsman. The race proved to be a very thrilling race that culminated with an exciting three-wide dash to the finish line. Archiere had much pressure from successful racing veterans Ed Dachenhausen and Rick Mill. Dachenhausen made several attempts to pass Archiere on the inside but was unable to get Archiere to slip on the needed real estate to make a pass stick. Dachenhausen then went to the outside of Archiere with the laps winding down in the 30-lap feature with the two to go flags being displayed, this opened the door for Mill wheel in to the the rear of Archiere’s bumper. Going into turn 3 on the final lap, found Archiere and Dachenhausen side by side. Archiere slid up the track to the middle lane, which Mill smartly predicted to crossover for and pitched his car into the available inside lane. Meanwhile, Dachenhausen had to lift ever slightly to avoid contact with the outside wall as the three cars charged side by side to the checkers. At the line it was Archiere in the middle lane coming across first by mere inches over the inside running Mill, with Dachenhausen an ever close third on the outside lane.

A strong field of Legends racers came out for their feature with polesitter Brad Lowmaster jumping out to take the early lead but quickly found Daniel Carter working by for the lead on lap 1. Lowmaster then began to get pressure from Vinny Delaney for second position until lap 8 when Delaney dropped off pace and headed to the pits which found Kevin Nowak and Jeff Otto Jr. in a third place battle. Nowak secured third spot and began to work on Lowmaster for second as Carter continued to pace the field. Also, on the move was Matt Maring as he was working his way up through the pack from his eighth starting position. Nowak charged by Lowmaster to take second and began to close the gap on the leader Carter as they began to encounter lap traffic. Lap 21 found Maring taking third from Lowmaster and started his chase to catch Nowak. At the checkers, it was Carter holding off Nowak and Maring who picked up a flawless win for his second victory of the season at Bethel.

Interstate Battery Asphalt Modified action found a side by side duel for many laps as Skip LaPolt and Tyler Dachenhausen battled for the lead. The two leaders swapped positions several times until the outside running Dachenhausen began to slowly pull ahead when LaPolt began to develop a slight tight condition in the center of the corners. At the checkers it was Dachenhausen taking home the win in the Mike Barrett Plumbing # 92 over LaPolt and a returning Joey McCarthy.

2018 Pro Stock Champion Ed Butler found himself in an unexpected barnburner in the Interstate Batteries pro stock feature despite his up front starting position. Butler found himself in a heated battle for the lead with an invading street stock ace Kevin Skelly who entered the class for the day. The two drivers raced door to door with Mac Crawson closely behind in third position. Skelly was the strongest coming out of turn four where he made several attempts to get by Butler down the front chute several times, but Butler was able to close the door each time going into turn one. On the final lap, Skelly made a final power pitch off turn four to counter in for an inside pass but came up just short at the checkers as Butler held on for his twelfth victory of the season with his Tavern on Main # 32 machine.

The Super Street Stock feature lived up to its name as a Catskill Clash literally as four drivers battled tooth and nail, all determined to bring home a feature victory. Josh Wilbur jumped out into the early lead with Kyle Welsch on the outside. Wilbur continued to lead until Kevin Skelly made an inside charge off turn 4 to take the lead on lap 13. One lap later, found Wilbur charging hard into turn three and contacting the leader Skelly and collecting third place running Welsch. Brian Bauernfeind drove through the minefield of spinning cars to skillfully collect the lead. Bauernfeind continued to lead while Skelly and Welsch battled hard for second which found a spirited battle ending with a clash in turn 3 as Welsch made hard contact with Skelly causing the two to spin. Lap 21 found a battle for the lead ending with another spinning clash of the leaders with second place running Wilbur making contact and spinning the leader Bauernfeind forcing both drivers to the pits. Skelly proved to be the last man standing in the rough and tumble race as he was able to defend the lead over Welsch in a comfortable margin to pick up his third win of the season in the Deckelman Trucking # 67.

Four cylinder action found two enduro experts David Donovan and Mike Travis racing hard against each other for the victory. Travis led the first half of the race until Donovan’s car began to out handle the leader and pulled off a pass. Donovan beat Travis to the checkers by a car length to pick up his third feature win of the season.

Enduro action found David Donovan picking up the win over Joe Smith and Nicole Nelson.

Results :

Sportsman Feature: 1. Al Archiere, Danbury, CT 2. Rick Mill 3. Ed Dachenhausen 4. Bill Papula 5. Jerry Curry 6. Chris Cook 7. Rich Coons

Legends Feature: 1. Daniel Carter, Cortland, NY 2. Kevin Nowak 3. Matt Maring 4. Brad Lowmaster 5. Chris Rogers 6. Sean Verwys 7. Joe Graf Jr. 8. Jeff Otto Jr. 9. Eugene Drew 10. Jonathan Parsons 11. Steve Coleman 12. Mike Benton 13. Jeffrey Lefcourt 14. Patrick Moore 15. Quinn Trimmer 16. Jeff Farruggia 17. Richie Davidowitz 18. Steve Woytysiak 19. Vinny Delaney

Asphalt Modified Feature: 1. Tyler Dachenhausen, Danbury, CT 2. Skip LaPolt 3. Joey McCarthy 4. Willie Nickerson

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Kevin Skelly 3. Mac Crawson 4. Josh Wilbur 5. Jim Helt 6. Porter Crawson 7. AJ Atkins 8. Vinny Stanton Sr. 9. Blaine Barry DNS. Mike Houghtaling

Super Street Stock Feature: 1. Kevin Skelly, North Branch, NY 2. Kyle Welsch 3. Corey Stanton 4. Jesse Murphy 5. Brian Bauernfeind 6. Josh Wilbur 7. Gerard Lawrence

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. David Donovan, Neversink, NY 2. Mike Travis 3. Richard Smith 4. Todd Gadoury 5. Nicole Nelson 6. Jeff DeGroat 7. Bryan Zeininger 8. Joe Smith

Enduro Feature: 1. David Donovan, Neversink, NY 2. Joe Smith 3. Nicole Nelson 4. Don Kuhn 5. Mike Travis 6. Tyler White 7. Todd Gadoury 8. Richard Smith 9. Shawn Maloney

September 30th, 2018

BEHRENT’S PERFORMANCE WAREHOUSE ‘FALL OF 69’ RACE SUMMARY – BETHEL MOTOR SPEEDWAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Sportsman Event No. 4 Feature Finish (69 laps): RICK MILL, Jeff Richardson, Rich Coons, Kyle Redner, Dominic Roselli, Jimmy Johnson, Chris Raser, Jeff Parker, Bryan Jones, Travis Green, Greg Morgan, Chris Jordan, Dan Dulin, Harry Hindley, Craig Pritchard, Bob Jashembowski, Rich Eggers, Bill Papula, Matt Curry, Christopher Cook, Dale Welty, Bill Eggers, Gerald Curry, Ed Dachenhausen.

Accord Speedway Top Representative ($100): Travis Green (10th)
Armistead Mechanical Hard Charger ($200): Greg Morgan (24th to 11th)
Extreme Energy Solutions/Extreme Clean Top Crate 602 Engine ($200): Jimmy Johnson (sixth)
Michael Sparta Trucking Top Orange County Fair Speedway Representative ($100): Jimmy Johnson (sixth)
Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance Halfway Leader ($100 Certificate): Rick Mill

Tri-Counties Automotive Street Stock ‘Woodstocker’ Feature Finish (40 laps): WALT HENRY, Brian Bauernfeind, Kyle Welsh, Bob Sleight Jr., Zach Seyerlein, Kevin Skelly, Mike DuBois, Mike Vigiletti, Patti Falkena, Travis Brockner, Larry O’Donnell, Tim Southard, John Hechinger, Joey Sheffhold, Jeff Meltz, Mike Mergendahl, Jeff Hager, John Hager, Ray Tarantino, Dan Houghtaling, Jay Smalley, Joel Murns.

Alliance Shippers Inc. Legends Car Feature Finish (25 laps): MIKE ALCARO, Matt Merring, Daniel Carter, Derek Debbis, Jim Sylvestor, Sean Veryws, Vinny Delaney, James Anderson, Jeff Otto, Eugene Drew, Steven Coleman, Jeff Lefcourt, Chris Gall.

Bandolero Feature No. 1 Finish (15 laps): MIKE ROTH, Joey Aungst, Brian Rygielski, Ty Smith, Evan Rygielski, Dylan Dowe, Monica Deckelman, Justin Aungst, Kayden Rogers.

Bandolero Feature No. 2 Finish (15 laps): BRIAN RYGIELSKI, Joey Aungst, Mike Roth, Evan Rygielski, Ty Smith, Justin Aungst, Kayden Rogers, Dylan Dowe, Monica Deckelman.

Rick Mill Wins Dramatic Short Track Super Series ‘Fall of 69’ At Bethel Motor Speedway Sunday

WHITE LAKE, NY – In a 69-lap event with its share of twists, turns and drama, veteran driver Rick Mill stood in the limelight Sunday afternoon at Bethel Motor Speedway.

Mill, who hails from New Windsor, N.Y., annexed the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco ‘Fall of 69’ featuring dirt Sportsman on the quarter-mile paved oval.

The event, presented by Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, provided wheel-to-wheel action, zany lapped traffic and ended with Mill, a former dirt standout who has competed at Bethel regularly in recent seasons, taking home a hefty $2,500 top prize.

“The lapped cars were crazy, but it’s what you would expect in a race like this,” Mill said of the 24-car starting field on the tight bullring. “It was a pleasure to race with this (STSS) series. I have to thank everyone involved for giving us the chance to run for this kind of money here.”

Rich Coons, like Mill a longtime dirt racer, led the field to starter Warren Alston’s green flag. Coons led the first five tours before Mill – who had rolled off second – was able to wrestle the top spot away utilizing the outside lane.

As Mill led, the action was wild in his wake. Coons ultimately slid through the infield and clipped a charging Bill Papula. Coons headed to the pit area to for his crew to examine right-rear damage and Papula’s day ended on the back of a wrecker.

Dominic Roselli moved up to second following the melee and chased Mill, feeling pressure from Jeff Richardson, who had recovered from an early race spin that sent him to the rear of the field.

Richardson cleared Roselli and spent the race’s second half chasing Mill’s No. 77.

During the final circuits, Mill began to put some distance on the field.

“I tried to be easy on tires and save what I had,” Mill said. “With 10 (laps) to go, I went all-out.”

A final caution on lap 67 slowed the event and set up a green, white, checkered shootout.

Mill was able to gap Richardson and pick up the victory. He was joined in Victory Lane by Harry, Joan and Jeff Behrent representing event supporter Behrent’s Performance Warehouse.

Mill also took home a $100 certificate from Insinger Performance and Sunoco Race Fuels as the event’s Halfway Leader.

Goshen, N.Y.’s Richardson, running as a teammate to 2017 event winner Ed Dachenhausen, earned a runner-up effort. Montgomery, N.Y.’s Coons miraculously rebounded to finish third despite his No. 27 sitting over on the right-rear heavily.

Kyle Redner of Middletown, N.Y., authored a steady performance from ninth to finish fourth and Highland Lake, N.Y., racer Roselli completed the 69-lap effort in fifth. Roselli had won the tour’s most recent dirt stop at Thunder Mountain Speedway in Center Lisle, N.Y., Sept. 15.

Jimmy Johnson of Bloomingburg, N.Y., soldiered to a sixth-place finish. Johnson received $200 as the top Crate 602 Sportsman from Extreme Energy Solutions/Extreme Cleaner and $100 courtesy of Mike Sparta Trucking as the highest-finishing regular from Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, N.Y.

Completing the top-10 were Chris Raser of Milford, Pa. in a car wrenched by Kirk Horton and family; Mahoning Valley (Pa.) Speedway regular Jeff Parker of Havertown, Pa.; Bryan Jones of Monticello, N.Y.; and Travis Green of Wallkill, N.Y., who received a $100 bonus as the top-finishing Accord (N.Y.) Speedway regular from promoters Gary and Donna Palmer.

The Hard Charger, worth $200 from Armistead Mechanical, went to Greg Morgan who started 24th and finished 11th, a gain of 13 positions.

Three 15-lap ‘Semi’ qualifiers were run to establish the ‘Fall of 69’ field. Winners were Dachenhausen, Jerry Curry and Mill.

The accompanying Tri-Counties Collision ‘Woodstocker’ 40 for Street Stocks was a down-to-the-wire, thrilling affair. After leading much of the race, Kevin Skelly’s car developed a push condition allowing Walt Henry to take command. Henry fought off Brian Bauernfiend and Kyle Welsch, who had been challenging for the lead early on only to cut a tire, pit and race back through the field.

Mike Alcaro held off Matt Merring to win the 25-lap Alliance Shippers Inc. 25-lap Legends Car feature.

Two 15-lap Bandolero mains were contested with Mike Roth taking the first and Brian Rygielski annexing the second.

BETHEL BEATS: All drivers participating in the ‘Fall of 69’ were awarded 60 show-up points toward the STSS Open Sportsman championship battle, which wraps up this Friday night (Oct. 5) at Thunder Mountain Speedway during American Racer Cup Short Track SuperNationals 11….

After competing on the dirt Saturday night at Woodhull (N.Y.) Raceway, Dale Welty was among the last competitors through the pit gate on Sunday. Welty, the STSS Sportsman point leader, was competitive on the pavement until sustaining damage in a multi-car tangle mid-race….

Three of the pre-race favorites succumbed to issues. Bill Papula was done after the aforementioned tangle while in third; ’17 race winner Ed Dachenhausen was towed off with an apparent broken left-front spindle; and Jerry Curry succumbed to left-rear suspension issues driving a former Jackie Brown-owned car….

The two-day American Racer Cup Short Track SuperNationals 11 is up next for the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco October 5-6 at Thunder Mountain Speedway in Center Lisle, N.Y. Visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com for complete event details.

Bethel Motor Speedway is located at 361 Horseshoe Lake Road Bethel, NY 12783. The speedway can be contacted by phone at 845.319.7908, on the web at www.bethelmotorspeedway.com, and on Facebook under Bethel Motor Speedway.

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The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Allstar Performance, ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, Fast Axle, Fox Racing Shocks, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, K&N, Land Hoe Maintenance, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, QA1, Race Pro Weekly, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, Vahlco, Velocita, Weld & Wilwood.

BEHRENT’S PERFORMANCE WAREHOUSE ‘FALL OF 69’ RACE SUMMARY – BETHEL MOTOR SPEEDWAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Sportsman Event No. 4 Feature Finish (69 laps): RICK MILL, Jeff Richardson, Rich Coons, Kyle Redner, Dominic Roselli, Jimmy Johnson, Chris Raser, Jeff Parker, Bryan Jones, Travis Green, Greg Morgan, Chris Jordan, Dan Dulin, Harry Hindley, Craig Pritchard, Bob Jashembowski, Rich Eggers, Bill Papula, Matt Curry, Christopher Cook, Dale Welty, Bill Eggers, Gerald Curry, Ed Dachenhausen.

Accord Speedway Top Representative ($100): Travis Green (10th)
Armistead Mechanical Hard Charger ($200): Greg Morgan (24th to 11th)
Extreme Energy Solutions/Extreme Clean Top Crate 602 Engine ($200): Jimmy Johnson (sixth)
Michael Sparta Trucking Top Orange County Fair Speedway Representative ($100): Jimmy Johnson (sixth)
Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance Halfway Leader ($100 Certificate): Rick Mill

Tri-Counties Automotive Street Stock ‘Woodstocker’ Feature Finish (40 laps): WALT HENRY, Brian Bauernfeind, Kyle Welsh, Bob Sleight Jr., Zach Seyerlein, Kevin Skelly, Mike DuBois, Mike Vigiletti, Patti Falkena, Travis Brockner, Larry O’Donnell, Tim Southard, John Hechinger, Joey Sheffhold, Jeff Meltz, Mike Mergendahl, Jeff Hager, John Hager, Ray Tarantino, Dan Houghtaling, Jay Smalley, Joel Murns.

Alliance Shippers Inc. Legends Car Feature Finish (25 laps): MIKE ALCARO, Matt Merring, Daniel Carter, Derek Debbis, Jim Sylvestor, Sean Veryws, Vinny Delaney, James Anderson, Jeff Otto, Eugene Drew, Steven Coleman, Jeff Lefcourt, Chris Gall.

Bandolero Feature No. 1 Finish (15 laps): MIKE ROTH, Joey Aungst, Brian Rygielski, Ty Smith, Evan Rygielski, Dylan Dowe, Monica Deckelman, Justin Aungst, Kayden Rogers.

Bandolero Feature No. 2 Finish (15 laps): BRIAN RYGIELSKI, Joey Aungst, Mike Roth, Evan Rygielski, Ty Smith, Justin Aungst, Kayden Rogers, Dylan Dowe, Monica Deckelman.

September 29th, 2018

Results:
Sportsman Feature: 1. Al Archiere, Danbury, CT 2. Rich Coons 3. Jimmy Johnson 4. Dan Dulin 5. Jerry Curry 6. Bryan Jones 7. Chris Cook 8. Craig Pritchard 9. Harry Hindley 10. Ed Dachenhausen
Modified Feature: 1. Joe DeGracia, Lyndhurst, NJ 2. Tyler Dachenhausen 3. John Cote 4. Mike Dutka 5. Steve Conklin 6. Stephen Kammer 7. Steve Galgano 8. Jim Fugel DNS. Willie Nickerson DNS. Blair Culhane DNS. Bill Luchessi
Pro Stock Feature: 1. Vinny Stanton Sr. Liberty, NY 2. Glenn Richard 3. Porter Crawson 4. Mac Crawson 5. John Roese 6. Jim Helt 7. Gary Gamble 8. John Rood 9. Ed Butler 10. Josh Wilbur DNS. Gene Morton
Legends Feature: 1. Mike Alcaro, Fredon, NJ 2. Matt Maring 3. Sean Verwys 4. Brad Lowmaster 5. Jeffrey Lefcourt 6. Mike Policastro 7. Quinn Trimmer 8. Chris Gall 9. Pat Verwys 10 James Anderson DQ. Daniel Carter (Ride Height)
Street Stock Feature: 1. Kevin Skelly, North Branch, NY 2. Walt Henry 3. Jeff Meltz 4. Kyle Welsch 5. Bill Deak Jr. 6. AJ Atkins 7. Patty Falkena 8. Bill Deak Sr. 9. Larry O’Donnell 10. Frank Maiori 11. Ernie Millen 12. John Hager 13. Mike Mergendahl 14. Jessica Ricci 15. Brian Bauernfeind 16. Phil Funcheon 17. Tom Ciluruso 18. Dan Houghtaling 19. Joel Murns DNS. Scott Sepe
Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Cliff Levison, Waymart, PA 2. Cody Houghtaling 3. Tisha Curry 4. Tabitha Riordan 5. Eddie Jones Jr. 6. Todd Gadoury 7. JW Gannon DQ. Jeffrey Tubbs (Spring Shim)
Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Joey Aungst 3. Evan Rygielski 4. Ty Smith 5. Katie Verwys 6. Justin Aungst 7. Monika Deckelman 8. Brian Rygielski 9. Kaden Rogers 10. Dylan Dowe; Beginner Bando Winner: Leland Oefelein

BETHEL MOTOR SPEEDWAY CROWNS CHAMPIONS IN EXCITING FINALE OF POINT RACING!

September 29th, 2018
This past Saturday was Champions Night at Bethel Motor Speedway as the cool crisp autumn air replaced summer time weather in the region and reminded many that the point season was winding down at the speedway with their final night of points..
Al Archiere is hot like the sun in Extreme Kleaner Sportsman feature racing. Archiere who picked up his first career win last Saturday again proved he has the car to beat as he came from ninth starting position to pick up his second victory of the season in the McCarthy Aluminum #21x machine. The race started out with late season addition, veteran driver Craig Pritchard taking the early lead in his sharp looking sportsman over rookie racer Bryan Jones. Pritchard continued to power ahead until just prior to halfway when fifth starting Rich Coons made his charge stick to overtake the lead. At the halfway point there was a couple of cautions which found second place running Pritchard getting spun and having to go to the rear of the field with Jones, Chris Cook, and Dan Dulin thus moving Archiere and veteran dirt modified racer Jimmy Johnson into the top three running order. On the restart, Coons continued to lead the field in strong late season form but Archiere was pursuing the leader closely. Then on lap 13, Archiere amped up his challenge for the lead and worked feverishly on the high side to get around Coons while Johnson contently watched from the catbird seat in third. Lap 16, found Archiere changing his strategy and ducked low on the inside to try and get by the rapid sportsman driven by Coons. Archiere pinched hard in the corner several times but was hard on the binders until he prevailed wrestling the lead from Coons as they accelerated out of turn two with two laps remaining. At the finish line it was Archiere, Coons, and the impressive Johnson in his first feature start at the speedway. Ed Dachenhausen picked up his first career sportsman championship at the speedway off the strength of a model consistency along with the strength of eight feature wins in the Scot Sanford owned Brookfield Glass # 18s.
You could feel the air was charged with energy when the Interstate Batteries Modifieds entered the track for their feature as three drivers, ole master John Cote, sophomore phenom Tyler Dachenhausen, and proven racer but rookie in the modified class, Mike Dutka squared off in their points finale. These three drivers each with two feature victories each, all came into the feature with a legitimate shot at taking the title. On the first lap, Nascar Whelen Tour rookie Joe DeGracia out powered veteran campaigner Steve Conklin to take the lead. Dachenhausen one lap later maneuvered his way by third place running Mike Dutka. Lap 4; found Dachenhausen capturing the second position from Conklin with Cote working by Dutka to take fourth. The leader DeGracia tried to open up a large gap from the pack but found it hard to achieve as his ride began to show symptoms of a handling issue. Dachenhausen closed in and began to pressure the leader at the halfway point while Cote marched his way by Conklin for third spot after a multi lap battle. Dachenhausen knew the pressure was on and was seeking a pass high and low on the ill handling DeGracia but the leader persevered and would not waiver. Third place running Cote caught up to the two leaders and stayed within striking distance of the two leading drivers while they battled for position. With the dual checkers waving, it was DeGracia driving hard to his second feature victory of the season in his Kona Ice # 23 by one car length over Dachenhausen and Cote. The championship battle came down to the very last lap and to the very last position with Cote picking up the track championship by only one point over Dachenhausen with Dutka finishing third in the final point standings.
It was a bittersweet night for master pro stock driver Ed Butler as he had clinched his third pro stock championship but blew the motor on lap 2 in his Tavern on Main # 32 machine. However, a recently returned local racing veteran Vinny Stanton Sr. led every lap of the Interstate Battery pro stock feature despite pressure from John Roese and Glenn Richard to nail down his first feature win of the season. The highly contested feature found much passing but at the finish line it was all Stanton with his Uptown Auto Repair #41 over impressive runs by Richard and rookie Porter Crawson in second and third respectively.
Legends feature racing action was all Matt Maring as he made quick moves in the early laps to secure his lead over James Anderson and Brad Lowmaster. While Maring enjoyed a comfortable lead Legends racing veteran Mike Alcaro methodically worked his way through the field and captured second from Lowmaster at the halfway point. Daniel Carter was sneaking in Alcaro’s tracks and came up through the field as well to get by the quick Lowmaster for third. Lap 13, erased Maring’s lead as the yellow came out for the tangle between Anderson and Pat Verwys. On the restart, Alcaro pressured his fellow racing friend Maring to try and get him to slip. With two laps remaining Alcaro upped the ante some more and began to use bump and run tactics. On the last lap, in turn 3 found Alcaro making one final charge as he bumped the leader into the corner and was able to get the steadfast Maring to slip just enough to squeeze by on the inside coming off turn 4 to take his third victory of the season by half a car length in his Alcaro Metal Plating # 8 coupe. Sean Verwys was credited for third after post race technical inspection. Former Bandolero Champion, Mike Policastro picked up his first career Legends championship of the strength of four feature wins and consistent finishes over S. Verwys who stayed in contention to win the title all the way to the final points race of the season.
The fan favorite Shakelton Auto Parts Street Stock always delivers their exciting brand of racing to eager race fans who love their feature racing. Newcomer, dirt racer Jeff Meltz set the early pace as he took the lead at the drop of the green over rookie AJ Atkins. Meltz continued to look strong as the leader despite a couple of restarts for some early stage cautions while the hardchargers were working their way up through field from deep in the pack. The first top gun emerging from the field to challenge Meltz was Kevin Skelly. Skelly who came from tenth on the starting grid overtook the lead at the halfway point and began to pull away from Meltz. As Skelly dealt with lapped traffic, Meltz had his hands full as Hurricane Henry was coming with a fury. Walt Henry who started in the nineteenth position made it through a late race tangle between Larry O’Donnell and Brian Bauernfeind which gave him third position. On the last lap, Henry put on an exciting outside display of power as he wheeled his way past Meltz coming off turn two on the final lap. At the crowd cheering checker flag it was Skelly picking up his second victory of the season in the Deckelman Trucking # 67 over Henry and Meltz. Henry picked up the hard earned championship in his JBM Truck Repair # 171 built off five feature wins and consistent finishes throughout the season in the ultra-competitive field.
It was a fairybook ending to the points season for Four Cylinder racer Cliff Levison this past Saturday. Last year’s rookie of the year who has used the strategy of driving level headed all season long racked up numerous top five finishes but was shutout of victory lane. It was in the stars on this night for Levison as he inherited the lead when second place running Todd Gadoury spun the leader Eddie Jones Jr. and sent both drivers’ pitside for repairs. Levison then outran Cody Houghtaling to not only win his first career feature victory but also allowed him to pick up the elusive track championship in his sophomore season of racing. Cool, calm, and collected got Levison to achieve the title.
The gamechanger, Mike Roth continued his mastery in the Bandoleros class as he outgunned Evan Rygielski early on to take the lead on lap 4. Roth looked strong on this night and cruised home to victory with his Sullivan Engine # 8 over the quick Joey Aungst and E. Rygielski in second and third respectively. Leland Oefelien picked his first win of the season in the Beginner Bandolero class.
Get your fill of some more exciting post season racing on Saturday, October 13th for the Catskill Clash and then again for Bethel’s racing season finale on the two day weekend of November 3rd and 4th
Results:
Sportsman Feature: 1. Al Archiere, Danbury, CT 2. Rich Coons 3. Jimmy Johnson 4. Dan Dulin 5. Jerry Curry 6. Bryan Jones 7. Chris Cook 8. Craig Pritchard 9. Harry Hindley 10. Ed Dachenhausen
Modified Feature: 1. Joe DeGracia, Lyndhurst, NJ 2. Tyler Dachenhausen 3. John Cote 4. Mike Dutka 5. Steve Conklin 6. Stephen Kammer 7. Steve Galgano 8. Jim Fugel DNS. Willie Nickerson DNS. Blair Culhane DNS. Bill Luchessi
Pro Stock Feature: 1. Vinny Stanton Sr. Liberty, NY 2. Glenn Richard 3. Porter Crawson 4. Mac Crawson 5. John Roese 6. Jim Helt 7. Gary Gamble 8. John Rood 9. Ed Butler 10. Josh Wilbur DNS. Gene Morton
Legends Feature: 1. Mike Alcaro, Fredon, NJ 2. Matt Maring 3. Sean Verwys 4. Brad Lowmaster 5. Jeffrey Lefcourt 6. Mike Policastro 7. Quinn Trimmer 8. Chris Gall 9. Pat Verwys 10 James Anderson DQ. Daniel Carter (Ride Height)
Street Stock Feature: 1. Kevin Skelly, North Branch, NY 2. Walt Henry 3. Jeff Meltz 4. Kyle Welsch 5. Bill Deak Jr. 6. AJ Atkins 7. Patty Falkena 8. Bill Deak Sr. 9. Larry O’Donnell 10. Frank Maiori 11. Ernie Millen 12. John Hager 13. Mike Mergendahl 14. Jessica Ricci 15. Brian Bauernfeind 16. Phil Funcheon 17. Tom Ciluruso 18. Dan Houghtaling 19. Joel Murns DNS. Scott Sepe
Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Cliff Levison, Waymart, PA 2. Cody Houghtaling 3. Tisha Curry 4. Tabitha Riordan 5. Eddie Jones Jr. 6. Todd Gadoury 7. JW Gannon DQ. Jeffrey Tubbs (Spring Shim)
Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Joey Aungst 3. Evan Rygielski 4. Ty Smith 5. Katie Verwys 6. Justin Aungst 7. Monika Deckelman 8. Brian Rygielski 9. Kaden Rogers 10. Dylan Dowe; Beginner Bando Winner: Leland Oefelein

September 22nd, 2018

Results :
Sportsman Feature: 1. Al Archiere, Danbury, CT 2. Ed Dachenhausen 3. Jerry Curry 4. Rich Coons 5. Jeff Richardson 6. Bryan Jones 7. Craig Pritchard 8. Chris Cook 9. Matt Curry
Modified Feature: 1. Stephen Kammer, Redding, CT 2. Joe DeGracia 3. John Cote 4. Skip LaPolt 5. Steve Galgano 6. Steve Conklin 7. Tyler Dachenhausen 8. Mike Dutka
Street Stock Feature: 1. Kyle Welsch, Narrowsburg, NY 2. Kevin Skelly 3. Walt Henry 4. Jeff Meltz 5. Joel Murns 6. Bill Deak Sr. 7. Bill Deak Jr. 8. Patty Falkena 9. AJ Atkins 10. Larry O’Donnell 11. Ray Tarantino 12. Paul Varricchio 13. John Hechinger 14. Jay Smalley 15. Phil Funcheon 16. Mike Mergendahl 17. Brian Bauernfeind 18. Jessica Ricci 19. Frank Maiori 20. Dan Houghtaling 21. Andy Crane 22. Ernie Millen
Pro Stock Feature: 1. Gene Morton, Woodbourne, NY 2. Ed Butler 3. Josh Wilbur 4. Mac Crawson 5. Jim Helt 6. Vinny Stanton Sr. 7. Porter Crawson 8. Glenn Richard 9. John Roese DNS. Mike Pollack
Legends Feature: 1. Alex McCollum, Phillipsburg, NJ 2. Daniel Carter 3. Joe Graf Jr. 4. Sean Verwys 5. Mike Policastro 6. Eugene Drew 7. Gary Ham 8. James Anderson 9. Jeffrey Lefcourt 10. Jack Gerzabek 11. Conner Piasecki 12. Coleby Felber 13. Chris Gall
Crate Sportsman Feature: 1. Rich Coons, Montgomery, NY 2. Chris Cook 3. Matt Curry 4. Bryan Jones 5. Shawn Maloney 6. Charlie Houghtaling
Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Todd Gadoury, Narrowsburg, NY 2. Cliff Levison 3. David Donovan 4. Tisha Curry 5. Ivan Guerra 6. Eddie Jones Jr. 7. Jeff Degroat 8. Jeffrey Tubbs 9. Brent Shaddock 10. JW Gannon 11. Dick Shaddock 12. Tasha Curry
TJ Motorsports Street Stock Elimination Race: 1. Kevin Skelly, North Branch, NY 2. Patty Falkena 3. Frank Maiori 4. Dan Houghtaling 5. Bill Deak Sr. 6. Joel Murns 7. Bill Deak Jr. 8. Walt Henry 9. Kyle Welsch 10. Jessica Ricci
Bandolero Feature: 1. Joey Aungst, Pompton Lakes, NJ 2. Katie Verwys 3. Evan Rygielski 4. Brian Rygielski 5. Justin Aungst 6. Kaden Rogers 7. Joey Lamontagne 8. Mike Roth
Bandolero Make-Up Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Katie Verwys 3. Joey Aungst 4. Evan Rygielski 5. Justin Aungst 6. Joey Lamontagne 7. Kaden Rogers 8. Brian Rygielski. Note; INEX points only; no track points
Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Monika Deckelman, Fremont Center, NY 2. Ty Smith 3. Leland Oefelein

BETHEL MOTOR SPEEDWAY: 9/22/18; RACE REPORT/RESULTS

September 22nd, 2018:

This past Saturday was music to the ears to those in attendance, not only did they hear the ultimate sweet sounds of horsepower from the race cars, but the track also held their Interstate Batteries ‘Music Night’ which found the greatest hits being played in the grandstands for most of the evening. The track is located in Bethel, NY which is also the same town that hosted the three day music festival of ‘Woodstock’ held in 1969 and attracted an audience of 400,000 music goers to the rolling fields of a local farm. Coming this Sunday, September 30th is the biggest race of the speedway’s season with the ‘Fall of 69’ Dirt Sportsman 69 Lap spectacular presented by the Short Track Super Series along with the street stock ‘Woodstocker’ which is a high purse 40 Lap feature and is the opening race of the Street Stock Shootout Series. Legends and Bandoleros will also be in action which will be awarding INEX national points to those two classes.

Extreme Kleaner Sportsman feature action found second place starting Al Archiere all tuned up and ready to play. Archiere took the lead from newcomer Craig Pritchard on the first lap and never looked back in an outstanding drive. The leader was on a rail in commanding fashion with his McCarthy Aluminum #21x machine and wasn’t challenged for position in the caution free race. Rich Coons and Ed Dachenhausen marched forward from their sixth and eighth starting positions as they worked their way through the pack. Once in the top three, the two hotshoes battled it out for several laps before Dachenhausen secured second place from Coons. Archiere however was singing in glee on his way to victory lane taking home his first career sportsman feature win at Bethel over current point leader Dachenhausen and Coons.

Connecticut racer Stephen Kammer is another driver who has proved the long time race theory, “that the second win comes much easier than the first”. In less than one month since achieving his first career modified win, Kammer was again able to park his Kammer Construction #55 in victory lane for the second time this season. In the race, Kammer took full advantage of his pole position to shoot out into the lead over Nascar Whelen driver Joe DeGracia and former track champion Steve Conklin. DeGracia ran a clean race making multiple challenges on both the high side and low side of Kammer but could not get ahead into the lead. Lap 17 found a backstretch accident involving championship contenders Tyler Dachenhausen and Mike Dutka. Dutka suffered terminal damages with his car and dropped out of the race meanwhile Dachenhausen had to rejoin at the rear of the field. The final restart proved pivotal for the leaders as DeGracia made his last charge in the final two laps, but it was all rhythm and no blues for Kammer as he picked up a hard earned victory over the tenacious DeGracia and ole master John Cote who surged to a third place finish in the final laps.

Shakelton Napa Auto Parts Street Stocks found a strong field of racers in one of their biggest races of the year with the ‘Detroit Iron’ race. The large field of cars roared down the frontchute much to the fan’s excitement but quickly found rookie polesitter A.J. Atkins spinning in turn 2 of lap 1 and collected invader Paul Varricchio. On the restart, last year’s shootout series champion Joel Murns jumped out into the lead over veteran Ray Tarantino. While Murns was out front, hardcharger Kyle Welsch was on a power chord coming up through the pack from his fourteenth position. Lap 6 found a sonic boom for Welsch as he powered his way into second getting past invader Jeff Meltz and Tarantino. Lap 8 the yellow quickly came out again as Tarantino stopped abruptly in turn 4. The restart found Welsch charging ahead of Murns on lap 9 and began to widen the gap from Murns. Three laps later, Meltz was able to surge ahead of Murns before the yellow came out again for a spinning Brian Bauernfeind. At the restart, the yellow quickly flew for rookie Frank Maiori as he came to a stop in turn 4. Once green again, all eyes watched Kevin Skelly and Walt Henry coming through the field with Skelly working into the top three on lap 13 as he got by Murns. Henry, the current point leader also got by Murns one lap later and the two contenders began to pressure the invader Meltz for second position. Skelly was able to duck to the inside and capture second spot from Meltz on lap 15 and began to reel in the leader Welsch. The race mired with yellow fever came again as Larry O’Donnell found his car with problems limping down the backstretch. The race’s final restart found Welsch outgunning his rival Skelly with Henry making a pass stick on third place running Meltz. With the dual checkers waving Welsch proved to have the winning iron horse as he took home his fourth feature victory of the season with his TJ Motorsports # 357 over a very close Skelly nipping at his bumper to finish second with Henry securing a strong finish in third.

Defending Champ Ed Butler’s win streak ended in the Interstate Batteries Pro Stock feature as popular campaigner Gene Morton drove like a rockstar with his famous Ford Thunderstang # 11. Morton outdragged fellow racer Glenn Richard at the green to pull ahead into the lead. Once into the lead, Morton continued his exciting driving by running the high groove the track, Richard stayed closed to his tail but could not get back in contention to get the lead. Meanwhile, Butler was working his way up through the tough field from his ninth starting spot. Pro stock rookie, Josh Wilbur charged his way into second on lap 17 with an inside pass in turn three to get by the smooth running Richard. Butler in hot pursuit of Wilbur, quickly followed into third as Richard got loose dropping off pace. Wilbur and Butler then battled fiercely for second has they closed in on the leader Morton who was developing a handling issue. With the white flag waving, Morton continued to rock it with Butler and Wilbur close behind. At the checkers it was an exciting finish with Morton thunderstruck with his first feature win of the season over Butler and Wilbur.

Legends feature action proved to be plentiful with rookie James Anderson taking the early lead. Lap 3 found a new leader with invader Gary Ham getting around Anderson. Ham found the track to his liking as he continued to lead over several restarts and was under pressure from Legend specialist, Alex McCollum and ARCA series driver Joe Graf Jr. The three drivers diced it out until McCollum was able to take the lead at the halfway point over Ham. Daniel Carter threw his hat in the ring as a contender as he got by Graf Jr. to take third one lap later. Lap 14 found second place running Ham losing grip coming off turn 4 bringing out the caution. On the restart, Carter outgunned McCollum down the frontstretch to take the lead going into turn 1 but McCollum came back finding his sweet spot on the outside. Two laps later, McCollum made the outside lane stick to pick up the lead again over the quick Carter. At the checkers, it was McCollum by half a car length over Carter for his second feature win of the season, with Graf Jr. closely behind in third.

The first half of the Crate Sportsman feature found Matt Curry and Chris Cook in a wheel to wheel battle up front. Curry led until lap 5 when Cook found the traction to pull ahead. At the halfway point, Coons using the outside swept by Curry to take second and began to close in on the leader Cook. The two fellow drivers raced hard side by side for two laps before Coons took sole control of the race on lap 10. The final five laps found Coons whistling to the tune of his West Point Tours crate powered # 27 as he picked up his fifth win of the season over Cook and Curry.

Four Cylinder feature racing found a returning Todd Gadoury playing the class like a fiddle as he took full advantage of his pole starting position to dominate the race by leading every lap. Tasha Curry who has also recently returned to racing action and current point leader Cliff Levison stayed within earshot of Gadoury but neither could make a challenge for the lead. Gadoury, who has been on a racing hiatus for several years only needed a couple of weeks to get back to winning form as he took home his first victory of the season. Levison ended up a strong second to really help his chances in securing the elusive Championship, with David Donovan hard charging from tenth to pick up a final finish of third place.

Bandoleros ran twin 15 lap features which found popular runner Katie Verwys leading for twelve laps in the first feature before getting passed on a restart by a strong running Joey Aungst. Aungst who has multiple top three finishes this year was finally able to crack into victory lane to pick up his crowd cheering first feature win of the season. Verwys finished a close second, with Evan Rygielski in third. The second feature found Brian Rygielski as the leader for the first half of the race but soon found Mike Roth on his tail after coming up through the field from sixth position. Roth found a power move and captured the lead from Rygielski. One lap later, the yellow came out as Rygielski spun in turn 1. The restart found Roth maintaining his lead over Verwys and Aungst. At the checkers it was Roth picking up the hard earned victory over Verwys and earlier winner Aungst.

Monika Deckelman came on late to win the Beginner Bandos feature for her sixth win of the season over Ty Smith and Leland Oefelein

Street Stock top gun Kevin Skelly used smart strategy and played his cards just right to pick up the win in the popular TJ Motorsports Street Stock elimination race. Skelly came from the ninth seed to defeat all the contenders with his Deckelman Trucking # 67. Patty Falkena and Frank Maiori rounded out the top three finishers.

Results :
Sportsman Feature: 1. Al Archiere, Danbury, CT 2. Ed Dachenhausen 3. Jerry Curry 4. Rich Coons 5. Jeff Richardson 6. Bryan Jones 7. Craig Pritchard 8. Chris Cook 9. Matt Curry
Modified Feature: 1. Stephen Kammer, Redding, CT 2. Joe DeGracia 3. John Cote 4. Skip LaPolt 5. Steve Galgano 6. Steve Conklin 7. Tyler Dachenhausen 8. Mike Dutka
Street Stock Feature: 1. Kyle Welsch, Narrowsburg, NY 2. Kevin Skelly 3. Walt Henry 4. Jeff Meltz 5. Joel Murns 6. Bill Deak Sr. 7. Bill Deak Jr. 8. Patty Falkena 9. AJ Atkins 10. Larry O’Donnell 11. Ray Tarantino 12. Paul Varricchio 13. John Hechinger 14. Jay Smalley 15. Phil Funcheon 16. Mike Mergendahl 17. Brian Bauernfeind 18. Jessica Ricci 19. Frank Maiori 20. Dan Houghtaling 21. Andy Crane 22. Ernie Millen
Pro Stock Feature: 1. Gene Morton, Woodbourne, NY 2. Ed Butler 3. Josh Wilbur 4. Mac Crawson 5. Jim Helt 6. Vinny Stanton Sr. 7. Porter Crawson 8. Glenn Richard 9. John Roese DNS. Mike Pollack
Legends Feature: 1. Alex McCollum, Phillipsburg, NJ 2. Daniel Carter 3. Joe Graf Jr. 4. Sean Verwys 5. Mike Policastro 6. Eugene Drew 7. Gary Ham 8. James Anderson 9. Jeffrey Lefcourt 10. Jack Gerzabek 11. Conner Piasecki 12. Coleby Felber 13. Chris Gall
Crate Sportsman Feature: 1. Rich Coons, Montgomery, NY 2. Chris Cook 3. Matt Curry 4. Bryan Jones 5. Shawn Maloney 6. Charlie Houghtaling
Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Todd Gadoury, Narrowsburg, NY 2. Cliff Levison 3. David Donovan 4. Tisha Curry 5. Ivan Guerra 6. Eddie Jones Jr. 7. Jeff Degroat 8. Jeffrey Tubbs 9. Brent Shaddock 10. JW Gannon 11. Dick Shaddock 12. Tasha Curry
TJ Motorsports Street Stock Elimination Race: 1. Kevin Skelly, North Branch, NY 2. Patty Falkena 3. Frank Maiori 4. Dan Houghtaling 5. Bill Deak Sr. 6. Joel Murns 7. Bill Deak Jr. 8. Walt Henry 9. Kyle Welsch 10. Jessica Ricci
Bandolero Feature: 1. Joey Aungst, Pompton Lakes, NJ 2. Katie Verwys 3. Evan Rygielski 4. Brian Rygielski 5. Justin Aungst 6. Kaden Rogers 7. Joey Lamontagne 8. Mike Roth
Bandolero Make-Up Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Katie Verwys 3. Joey Aungst 4. Evan Rygielski 5. Justin Aungst 6. Joey Lamontagne 7. Kaden Rogers 8. Brian Rygielski. Note; INEX points only; no track points
Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Monika Deckelman, Fremont Center, NY 2. Ty Smith 3. Leland Oefelein

September 15th, 2018

Results :

Sportsman Feature: 1. Ed Dachenhausen, Danbury, CT 2. Rick Mill 3. Jerry Curry 4. Bill Papula 5. Al Archiere 6. Jeff Richardson 7. Rich Coons 8. Bryan Jones 9. Bob Jashembowski 10. Craig Pritchard 11. Chris Cook 12. Dan Dulin 13. Matt Curry

Modified Feature: 1. Mike Dutka, Gardiner, NY 2. Tyler Dachenhausen 3. Joe DeGracia 4. Steve Conklin 5. John Cote 6. Stephen Kammer 7. Steve Galgano 8. Scott Quick

Pro Stock Twin 20 Feature # 1: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Gene Morton 3. Mac Crawson 4. Joe Barnes 5. Porter Crawson 6. Josh Wilbur 7. Gary Gamble

Pro Stock Twin 20 Feature # 2: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Josh Wilbur 3. Mac Crawson 4. Joe Barnes 5. Porter Crawson 6. Gene Morton DNS. Gary Gamble

Street Stock Feature: 1. Bill Deak Jr. Bantam, CT 2. Kevin Skelly 3. Ray Tarantino 4. Joel Murns 5. Ryan Brockner 6. AJ Atkins 7. Bill Deak Sr. 8. Walt Henry 9. Brian Bauernfeind 10. Patty Falkena 11. Dan Houghtaling 12. Frank Maiori 13. Kyle Welsch 14. Larry O’Donnell 15. Mike Mergendahl 16. Anthony Siano DNS. Ernie Millen

Crate Sportsman Feature: 1. Rich Coons, Montgomery, NY 2. Chris Cook 3. Bryan Jones 4. Bob Jashembowski  

Legends Feature: 1. Chris Gall, Brick, NJ 2. Mike Policastro 3. James Anderson 4. Connor Piasecki 5. Sean Verwys

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Brian Rygielski 3. Joey Aungst 4. Katie Verwys 5. Evan Rygielski 6. Logan Clark 7. Justin Aungst 8. Jeffrey Noe

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Monika Deckelman, Fremont Center, NY 2. Ty Smith 3. Leland Oefelein 4. Jordan Smith