WFO Promotions was back in Keithsburg on Sunday, March 21, for their second hare scramble of the season. It was a productive day for the racers from the Journal-News coverage area as three came away with wins, including Litchfield’s Ryan Komor, who was first in the 201-Open C class after completing six laps in 1:42:00.
Montgomery County racers swept the top two spots in the 51-65cc (7-11) class, with Travis Lentz of Walshville taking first and Coper Duff of Donnellson coming in second.
Cooper’s dad, Ryan Duff, also ran at Keithsburg, taking tenth in the Vet 30+ A class.
Two more racers from the Journal-News area finished in the top two spots in the 85-Open B class. Jhak Walker of Morrisonville took first, completing eight laps in 1:57.59, while Collin Johnson of Gillespie was second, finishing seven laps in 1:49.04. Camden Thomas of Edinburg also raced in the 85-Open B class, finishing 19th. Collin’s father, Darold Johnson, finished third in the Senior 40+ B class.
Jhak Walker was one of six from his family to hit the course at Keithsburg. Jhak’s younger siblings all raced in the 0-51cc classes, with Jhenner coming fifth in the seven-and-eight-year-old class, while Jhordyn and Jhorgie were eighth and tenth in the four-to-six-year-old age group. Jhak’s older brother Jhadyn would finish 15th in the AA class, while their father, Jeremy, was fourth in the Senior 40+ A class.
A host of Carlinville riders also competed at the second stop on the WFO schedule including Colt Rosentreter (2nd in 0-51, 7-8 and 14th in 51-65cc Beginner, 7-11), Dawson Wise (7th in 51-65cc Beginner, 7-11), Rylan Wise (51-65cc, 7-11), Rylan Frankford (9th in AA), Jordan Emmons (3rd in 86-Open A), Michael Robinson (8th in Vet 30+ B), Nathan Dyer (8th in 85-200 C), Mason Wise (9th in 85-200 C) and Lane Davis (10th in 85-200 C).
The next WFO scheduled event is April 4, at Chandlerville.