Joey Savatgy Wins at Thunder Valley

Corona, Calif. (June 5, 2016) –  The Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki Team arrived in Lakewood, Colorado this weekend for Round 3 of the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series. Fueled by the success of early morning practices, the team was prepared to give it their all in the proceeding motos. At the end of the day, rider Joey Savatgy found himself on the top of the box and reclaimed the red plate!

Savatgy Reclaims the Red Plate
Joey Savatgy came to Thunder Valley ready to do whatever it takes to return to the podium. In the day’s first moto, he rode fast and smart as he made his way to the front of the line. Showing off his impressive skills, he put pressure on the leaders and would finish in 2nd. In the second moto, he maintained his leading position throughout the entire race. With his 1st place finish in Moto 2, he had won the overall and reclaimed the 250MX lead!

“The weekend was great. In the first moto my start wasn’t exactly what I wanted but I was able to get my speed where I think it should be, made some passes and got out front. Once I started to pull away a little I made a mistake and went down, remounted and brought it home for second. As for Moto 2, it went exactly how I wanted. I rode smart, my KX250F was perfect and I’m really happy with the results for the day and the championship.”

Forkner Continues to Advance
The newest member of the team continues to impress week after week. To no surprise, Austin Forkner kept up with the leaders throughout the first moto. Unfortunately he was involved in an incident and he lost his Top 10 position. In the day’s second moto, he was determined to push himself and his KX250F to the front of pack. With impressive speed, he worked his away to a 4th place finish. Leaving Colorado, Austin finished the day in an overall 9th place.

“The first moto I had a good start. Unfortunately the track was really slick in one particular corner and I tucked the front. When I remounted three other riders hit me, one after the other. By the time I finally rejoined the race I was nearly last and spent the whole moto climbing my way back up and finished 17th. In the second moto I had another good start and around halfway I started to feel really good. I passed my way into fifth and continued to push forward. I gave it my all for the second half and on the last lap I made another pass crossed the line fourth and ninth overall.”

Tonus Remains in the Fight
Keeping consistent, Arnaud Tonus continued to ride steady throughout Saturday’s race. In the first moto, he was involved in an incident but refused to give up on the day. With a better start in Moto 2, he remained focused as he made his way throughout the track. At the end of the day, Arnaud Tonus found himself in an overall 13th.

“I rode a little tight in practice. In the first moto I was a able to ride better but tangled up with Forkner in the early stages of the race and unfortunately rejoined pretty far back. I did the best I could, found my rhythm towards the end and raced my way into 17th. In the second moto I had a good start, spent most of the race able to do good laps and to focus on riding my own race. I’m feeling a lot better, I’m happy with my results today and I’m looking forward to the next one.”

Cianciarulo Stays Positive
Adam Cianciarulo arrived ready to impress the crowd at Colorado. Making impressive passes and remaining steady throughout Moto 1, he crossed the checkers in 6th. Coming out of the gate in the second moto, he blasted past teammate Joey Savatgy and took the holeshot. Staying closely behind Joey he was able to hold down the second spot position throughout the race. Towards the end of the race he made a small mistake, crashed and had to retire from the race. Leaving Thunder Valley, Adam Cianciarulo finished in 14th and looks forward to High Point!

250MX Results From Thunder Valley
1. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 47
2. Jeremy Martin, Yamaha- 45
3. Alex Martin, Yamaha- 35
4. Zachary Osborne, Husqvarna- 33
5. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 33
6. Martin Davalos, Husqvarna- 30
7. Jordon Smith, Honda- 25
8. Shane McElrath, KTM- 23
9. Austin Forkner, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 22
10. Mitchell Harrison, Yamaha- 20
13. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 15
14. Adam Cianciarulo, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 15

250MX Overall Championship Point Standings
1. Joey Savatgy, – Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 123
2. Jeremy Martin, Yamaha- 120
3. Alex Martin- Yamaha- 114
4. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 110
5. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha- 81
6. Austin Forkner, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 80
7. Zachary Osborne, Husqvarna- 78
8. Jessy Nelson, KTM- 65
9. RJ Hampshire, Honda- 59
10. Jordon Smith, Honda- 52
11. Adam Cianciarulo, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 51
17. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 38

DYLAN FERRANDIS WINS FIRST MX2 MOTO IN ITALY

Dylan Ferrandis has won the opening MX2 moto of the Grand Prix in Italy. In the second part of the race he had a nice battle with Jeffrey Herlings for the win. Both riders passed each other with still a few laps to go.

In the final lap it was Herlings who tried to make a pass stick again. It was close but finally it was Ferrandis who won the race in front of Herlings.

Ferrandis and Herlings had a gap of 46 seconds over Pauls Jonass. Jeremy Seewer came home in fourth in front of Max Anstie and Samuele Bernardini, who was riding in second position in the first half of the race!

Results first moto MX2

Pos Rider Time

1

Ferrandis, Dylan

33:59.380

2

Herlings, Jeffrey

34:00.617

3

Jonass, Pauls

34:37.352

4

Seewer, Jeremy

34:38.314

5

Anstie, Max

34:53.199

6

Bernardini, Samuele

34:58.039

7

Tonkov, Aleksandr

35:02.627

8

Sterry, Adam

35:03.458

9

Brylyakov, Vsevolod

35:20.052

10

Van doninck, Brent

35:28.353

11

Östlund, Alvin

35:30.276

12

Paturel, Benoit

35:31.007

13

Monticelli, Ivo

35:34.224

14

Petrov, Petar

35:34.775

15

Herbreteau, David

35:35.315

16

Larranaga Olano, Iker

35:38.998

17

Tropepe, Giuseppe

35:40.866

18

Bogers, Brian

35:42.468

19

Zaragoza, Jorge

35:44.959

20

Wysocki, Tomasz

35:47.699

21

Cervellin, Michele

33:23.364

22

Justs, Roberts

34:08.776

23

Dunn, James

34:09.544

24

van der Vlist, Freek

34:16.220

25

Furlotti, Simone

34:16.898

26

Mewse, Conrad

34:18.540

27

Ivanov, Maykal Grisha

34:44.774

28

Petrov, Ivan

34:48.784

29

Vlaanderen, Calvin

34:49.314

30

Boulard, Bryan

34:51.417

31

Bourdon, Anthony

34:52.625

32

Kutsar, Karel

35:01.691

33

Corneth, Jaap

35:02.099

34

Valente, Christopher

35:29.955

35

Mataro Vilar, Francesc

34:24.104

36

De Bortoli, Davide

31:10.259

37

Jacobi, Henry

26:27.010

38

Bonini, Davide

20:32.028

39

Zecchina, Simone

5:52.168

40

Coates, Paul

6:25.426

Joey Savatgy Wins at the Hangtown Season Opener

Corona, Calif. (May 23, 2016) –  On Saturday, the Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki Team arrived in Hangtown ready to kick off the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. The Team was prepared for anything the outdoors may throw at them and were eager to return to the outdoors. Excitement was in the air as Joey Savatgy continued to impress, Adam Cianciarulo and Arnaud Tonus returned to racing, and Austin Forkner made his professional debut. With a 1-1 sweep, Joey took the win and is the points lead!

Savatgy Finishes on Top
Saturday was a great day for rider Joey Savatgy. In Moto 1, he took the holeshot and lead the pack throughout the entire race. Building off of the momentum from Moto 1, he rode past the competition in Moto 2 and once again crossed the checkers in a commanding first place. Ending the day on top of the podium, Joey now holds the coveted red plates and looks to defend them for the remainder of the season.

“I couldn’t have asked for a better day. Qualified fastest and went 1-1 for first overall. In Moto 1, I made things easy on myself by pulling a holeshot and leading every lap. Got another good start in the second moto and waited until the 25-minute mark to make my move for the lead and took it home to the checkered flag.”

Forkner Makes His Pro Debut
Throughout the day, all eyes were Austin Forker as he made his professional debut on the Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki Team. In both motos, he put pressure on the competition while remaining steady and consistent. In the second moto, he was well within in the Top 3 until a collision with another rider would cause him to fall back to 7th. Leaving Hangtown, Austin Forker finished in 8th overall and will continue to impress throughout the series.

“First moto I rode really tight in the first half of the race but near the end was able to calm my nerves and make a few passes to finish 13th. On the restart of Moto 2, my Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki launched me out of the gate and I came around turn one inside the top-five. I rode really strong for the first 20-25 minutes by pacing the leaders. After deciding to back it down, I crashed and ended the moto in eighth, but that’s definitely something I can build on. We learned a lot today and I had a blast.”

Cianciarulo Returns 
Ready to race, Adam Cianciarulo made his highly anticipated return to racing on Saturday. Despite a small mishap in the first moto, he got back up and quickly began to pass the competition and make his way to the front of the line. In the second moto, he rode consistently and finished the day in an overall 13th.

“In the first moto I crashed on the opening lap which set me back. From there it was all about salvaging a decent position. The second moto was better and I felt I rode well. Overall, I’m happy to have gotten through Round 1 safely and I’m looking forward to improve throughout the year. This is just a starting point.”

Tonus Stays Motivated
Prepared for battle, Arnaud Tonus joined his teammates on Saturday’s opening day. Returning from a previous injury, he gave a solid performance and pushed himself throughout the entire day. In both motos, he rode smooth and consistent and relied on his skill. Arnaud Tonus remains motivated and eager to continue to get better and better each week!

“Coming into Hangtown, I hadn’t been able to ride or train as much as I’ve wanted to due to my shoulder I injured in supercross. It’s getting stronger every time I ride and our goal was to leave Hangtown with solid finishes and I believe that’s what we did, so I’m happy with how today went.

250MX Results From Hangtown
1. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 50
2. Alex Martin, Yamaha- 35
3. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 34
4. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha- 32
5. Jeremy Martin, Yamaha- 32
6. Jessy Nelson, KTM- 29
7. Jordon Smith, Honda- 27
8. Austin Forkner, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 22
9. Tristan Charboneau, Honda- 22
10. Mitchell Oldenburg, KTM- 21
13. Adam Cianciarulo, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 19
18. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 6

250MX Overall Championship Point Standings
1. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 50
2. Alex Martin, Yamaha- 35
3. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 34
4. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha- 32
5. Jeremy Martin, Yamaha- 32
6. Jessy Nelson, KTM- 29
7. Jordon Smith, Honda- 27
8. Austin Forkner, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 22
9. Tristan Charboneau, Honda- 22
10. Mitchell Oldenburg, KTM- 21
13. Adam Cianciarulo, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 19
18. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 6

Joey Savatgy Wins the East/West Shootout

Corona, Calif. (May 8, 2016) – Inclement weather at Sam Boyd Stadium on Saturday brought the Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki team yet another challenge to a very unpredictable season. Battling through rain and mud, the team was prepared to give it their all in order to get through the difficult terrain. Easily riding through the mud on his Kawasaki KX250F, Joey Savatgy took the win and landed on top of the box!

Savatgy Takes the Win
Unphased by the difficult riding conditions, Joey Savatgy left Saturday night with one of the best rides of his career. Starting things off early, he took the win in the 250 West Heat and set the tone for the final showdown. As the conditions worsened throughout the evening, he prepared to give it his all in the Main Event. Taking the holeshot, he took off the starting line and never looked back. The day would conclude with him crossing the checkers in first and was just one point away from taking the West Coast Championship, placing second overall.

“This is what it’s all about. I work hard during the week and I work hard all year, to end the season like this is great. We were fast in the dry and we got it done in the wet. It hurts that we lost the title but in the same breath we made a statement and ended the year very strong. I’ll be here next year battling for the title.”

Tyler Pushes Through
Prepared for the mud, Tyler Bowers entered Sam Boyd Stadium confident and ready to go. In the final race, he fought through the mud and kept his eyes on the front of the line. Tyler finished the race in seventh and placed fifth in the East Coast Championship

“My day started out really well. I’m a bit of a mud rider so I was happy about the rain. In the heat and didn’t get the start I wanted, but I made some good moves and ended up fourth. In the main I had inside gate, which had a great rut to the turn and then it all let go and I went right into the tough blocks. I raced my way up to fourth until the whoops ended up biting back. I got back up and was able to make a few more passes before the checkers and brought it home for seventh.”

Audette Finishes Strong
Quickly advancing into the final race, Gannon Audette rode smooth and consistent on Saturday. Adapting to the weather early on, he did not let the conditions affect his ride. Gannon finished in fifth and left Sin City in an overall sixth place in the East Coast Championship.

“I qualified the best I have all season in Las Vegas, which gave me a good gate pick for the heat. I had a good start and transferred to the main with a seventh place finish. The Main Event was messy as it was still pouring rain for the entire 12 laps. My goal was to keep it on two wheels and finish in the top five which is exactly what I did. I’m happy to finish off the year with another great finish for the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team.”

Alldredge Closes Out the Season
Looking to wrap up the 2016 season, Chris Alldredge entered Vegas prepared for the final battle. In the 250 West Heat, he showed off his speed and followed Joey across the finish line in an impressive second place. Riding throughout the chaos of the final race, he was involved in a last-lap incident and finished in thirteenth and placed twelfth in the West Coast Championship.

250SX Class Results From Las Vegas 
1. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 25
2. Zach Osborne, Husqvarna- 22
3. Malcolm Stewart, Honda- 20
4. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha- 18
 5. Gannon Audette, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 16
6. Colt Nichols, Yamaha- 15
 7. Tyler Bowers, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 14
8. Christian Craig, Honda- 13
9. Luke Renzland, Yamaha- 12
10. Martin Davalos, Husqvarna-11
13. Chris Allredge, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 8

Western Regional 250SX Championship Point Standings
1. Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 180
 2. Joey Savatgy, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 179
3. Christian Craig, Honda-160
4. Zach Osborne, Husqvarna- 154
5. Colt Nichols, Yamaha- 147
6. Mitchell Oldenburg, KTM- 122
7. James Decotis, Honda- 111
8. Kyle Peters, Honda- 100
9. Jordon Smith, Honda- 78
10. Alex Martin, Yamaha- 78
12. Chris Alldredge, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki-  66

Eastern Regional 250SX Championship Point Standings
1. Malcom Stewart, Honda- 180
2. Aaron Plessinger, Yamaha- 164
3. Jeremy Martin, Yamaha- 147
4. Martin Davalos, Husvarna- 141
 5. Tyler Bowers, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 122
6. Gannon Audette, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 121
7. Shane Mcelrath, KTM- 104
8. RJ Hampshire, Honda- 99
9. Anthony Rodriquez, Kawasaki- 78
10. Matthew Bisceglia, Suzuki-68
21. Arnaud Tonus, Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki- 29

Nancy van de Ven second in WMX

ProX Racing Parts rider Nancy van de Ven has increased her position in the World Championship for Women (WMX) to the second position. The 3rd race in Teutschenthal, Germany was successful with a second place in the first race and a third place in the second race.

In the first race Nancy was able to take the first place for 3 minutes. Courtney Duncan passed her but fell down. Nancy took the over the first place. Livia Lancelot was strong and passed Nancy to win the race.

The second race Nancy was really focussed as she fell she could win. Kiara Fontanesi passed Nancy, but fell down. Nancy was pushing hard, but did not manage to race consistently. In the last part Steffi Laier and Livia Lancelot passed Nancy and she became 3rd.

With a 2nd and 3rd place, she took 3rd overall and is now the second best girl in this champion ship.

Joey Savatgy Takes 3rd in Santa Clara

Corona, Calif. (April 4, 2016) – The Monster Energy/ Pro Circuit/ Kawasaki Team entered Santa Clara with speed and determination. Joey Savatgy started the night off by winning the holeshot and taking the win in Heat 1. Teammate Chris Alldredge followed closely behind and finished in 4th. After a successful heat, the duo continued their podium assault into the Main Event. The night ended with Savatgy landing on the podium and even hungrier for the championship.

Joey Looks to Finish Strong
Joey Savatgy entered Saturday’s race more determined than ever to finish on top of the box. Early victories in Heat 1 would help build momentum leading into the Main Event. Quickly finding his way to the front of the pack, he would find himself on the podium for the fifth time this season. Currently sitting in 2nd place in the Western Point Standings, Savatgy will enter Sam Boyd Stadium refueled and eager to bring home the championship.

“But we came out of here with twenty points and we still have a shot at the title. It’s never over till it’s over, I just made it a little harder on myself. Overall I’m happy though. I rode well, just didn’t get a good start.”

Chris Pushes Through
Fighting through an injury the entire evening, Chris Alldredge pushed himself throughout the night and earned points in Heat 1. Despite an earlier crash during practice, he was able to bounce back in the first heat. Narrowly missing the holeshot to teammate Joey, Chris rode strong throughout the entire heat. Finishing the race in 4th, he was ready to prove himself in the Main Event. Alldredge did not keep his usual pace throughout the main and ended the night in 14th.

“I qualified fourth out of my Heat Race today, which I was happy with. The Main Event did not go how I wanted it to, but my crash from practice this morning left me sore. It was difficult to keep my normal pace with everything that happened, but I pushed as hard as I was able to. It’s not the result I wanted, but I’ll keep after it and come back strong at the next round.”

Western Regional 250SX Class Results From Santa Clara Round 8
1          Cooper Webb, Yamaha- 25
2          Zach Osborne, Husqvarna- 22
3          Joey Savatgy, Kawasaki- 20
4          Christian Craig, Honda- 18
5          Mitchell Oldenburg, KTM- 16
6          Colt Nichols, Yamaha- 15
7          Jordon Smith, Honda- 14
8          Kyle Peters, Honda- 13
9          Alex Martin, Yamaha- 12
10       Michael Leib, Yamaha- 11
14       Chris Alldredge, Kawasaki- 7

Western Regional 250SX Championship Point Standings
1          Cooper Webb,  Newport, NC- 170
2          Joey Savatgy,  Thomasville, GA – 154
3          Christian Craig,  Hemet, CA -147
5          Zach Osborne ,Abingdon, VA- 132
4          Colt Nichols, Muskogee, OK- 132
6          Mitchell Oldenburg, Alvord, TX- 113
7          Jimmy Decotis, Peabody, MA- 109
8          Kyle Peters, Greensboro, NC- 100
9          Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, TX- 78
10       Jordon Smith, Belmont, NC- 77
13       Chris Alldredge, Powell Butte, OR-  58

Nancy van de Ven wins home Grand Prix in Valkenswaard

Nancy van de Ven has won her home Grand Prix in Valkenswaard. Courtney Duncan dominated the second moto and won the race in front of Livia Lancelot. Nancy van de Ven came home in third position, which was enough to take the overall win.

Kiara Fontanesi crashed out in the second moto while she was riding in second position.

Results second moto WMX

Pos Rider Time

1

Duncan, Courtney

26:21.232

2

Lancelot, Livia

26:46.681

3

Van De Ven, Nancy

27:39.847

4

Verstappen, Amandine

27:57.458

5

Kane, Natalie

28:08.337

6

Dalgaard, Julie

28:13.965

7

Papenmeier, Larissa

28:17.940

8

Laier, Stephanie

28:18.506

9

van der Vlist, Shana

28:29.803

10

Östlund, Frida

28:48.014

11

Dam, Line

26:28.930

12

Borchers, Anne

26:32.612

13

Haans, Gwenda

26:37.000

14

Irmgartz, Kim

27:02.989

15

Miller, Joanna

27:06.242

16

Braam, Kimberley

27:06.837

17

Fisher, Stacey

27:06.956

18

Dahl, Emelie

27:13.910

19

Berglund, Caroline

27:22.705

20

Moore, Jessica

27:24.097

21

Leonteva, Liubov

27:29.436

22

Larsson, Josefine

27:56.594

23

van der Wekken, Britt

28:07.058

24

Goncalves, Joana

28:14.488

25

Goodlad, Amie

28:18.247

26

Van Der Werff, Britt

28:18.671

27

Muilwijk, Lianne

28:21.339

28

Burgmans, Eline

28:25.753

29

Denis, Mathilde

28:41.573

30

de Kruif, Lara

28:43.499

31

Brown, Madison

28:45.564

32

Stoutjesdijk, Stephanie

28:51.865

33

Selebo, Mathea

28:52.612

34

Bergkvist, Amanda

28:52.965

35

Koning, Mandy

29:13.495

 

WMX – Overall Classification

Pos

Rider

Race 1

Race 2

Totaal

1

Van De Ven, Nancy

25

20

45

2

Duncan, Courtney

18

25

43

3

Lancelot, Livia

20

22

42

4

Verstappen, Amandine

16

18

34

5

Laier, Stephanie

14

13

27

6

Papenmeier, Larissa

12

14

26

7

Dalgaard, Julie

10

15

25

8

van der Vlist, Shana

13

12

25

9

Kane, Natalie

7

16

23

10

Östlund, Frida

11

11

22

11

Fontanesi, Kiara

22

0

22

12

Borchers, Anne

9

9

18

13

Van Der Werff, Britt

15

0

15

14

Dam, Line

4

10

14

15

Haans, Gwenda

0

8

8

16

Braam, Kimberley

3

5

8

17

Brown, Madison

8

0

8

18

Irmgartz, Kim

0

7

7

19

Moore, Jessica

6

1

7

20

Miller, Joanna

0

6

6

21

Muilwijk, Lianne

5

0

5

22

Fisher, Stacey

0

4

4

23

Berglund, Caroline

2

2

4

24

Dahl, Emelie

0

3

3

25

Goodlad, Amie

1

0

1

26

Leonteva, Liubov

0

0

0

27

Larsson, Josefine

0

0

0

28

van der Wekken, Britt

0

0

0

29

Goncalves, Joana

0

0

0

30

Burgmans, Eline

0

0

0

31

Denis, Mathilde

0

0

0

32

de Kruif, Lara

0

0

0

33

Stoutjesdijk, Stephanie

0

0

0

34

Selebo, Mathea

0

0

0

35

Bergkvist, Amanda

0

0

0

36

Koning, Mandy

0

0

0

37

Hofseth Pedersen, Madelen

0

0

0

38

Montini, Giorgia

0

0

0

39

Allinger, Carmen

0

0

0

40

Joineau, Jessie

0

0

0

WMX – Championship Classification

Pos

Rider

Totaal

1

Duncan, C.

93

2

Lancelot, L.

86

3

Van De Ven, N.

83

4

Papenmeier, L.

60

5

Verstappen, A.

57

6

Kane, Natalie

53

7

Fontanesi, K.

52

8

Van Der Werff, B.

42

9

van der Vlist, S.

40

10

Borchers, Anne

39

11

Laier, S.

27

12

Dalgaard, J.

25

13

Charroux, J.

25

14

Östlund, Frida

22

15

Fisher, Stacey

22

16

Vaage, Genette

20

17

Dahl, Emelie

20

18

Germond, V.

19

19

Dam, Line

14

20

Haans, Gwenda

14

21

Brown, Madison

8

22

Braam, K.

8

23

Irmgartz, Kim

7

24

Moore, J.

7

25

Miller, Joanna

6

26

Muilwijk, L.

5

27

Berglund, C.

4

28

Goodlad, Amie

1