FELTON NAMED HEAD OF TECH FOR TRI-TRACK OPEN MODIFIED SERIES FOR 2019

FELTON NAMED HEAD OF TECH FOR TRI-TRACK OPEN MODIFIED SERIES FOR 2019


Seekonk, Mass. (February 18, 2019): Management of the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) recently named Greg Felton of Belchertown, MA, as the Series Head of Race Tech. Felton has spent decades building and maintaining race winning racecars; winning countless championships along the way. He has served as a race official in recent years in Modified racing competition.

“We are really excited to have Greg on board,” said Ed Bennett, the Series’ newest managing partner. “He shares our vision of getting back to basics to provide racers with a fair, straightforward and competitive environment.  With Greg’s help the Tri-Track Series will provide the best possible races and continue to build our fan base.”  

Felton assumes a role most recently held by Jeff Zuidema, who will now serve as a special consultant to Norm Wrenn, Jr. at Monadnock Speedway. Wrenn officially took ownership of the Speedway on December 13, 2018.

The Tri-Track Series will return to competition at Monadnock Speedway on Saturday, September 14. 

“I truly believe in the TTOMS and everything Dick [Williams], Jim [Schaefer], Wayne [Darling], and the entire group have built with that series,” said Zuidema. “To think that a racing series in this day and age would give 100% of the monies back to the racer is truly amazing. I will continue to help and support, in any way, the best touring series in New England.”

While new faces will be added to the officiating staff under Felton, the team of technical inspectors will remain largely unchanged for the 2019 season.  

“I have been able to interact with the Series as a competitor,” said Felton, “now I look forward to working alongside these people that I have grown to respect. And, hopefully earn the respect of the competitors who have shown such loyalty to the Tri-Track Series.” 

With its most robust schedule to date, the 2019 TTOMS series will feature six races including dates at Claremont, Seekonk, Oxford Plains, Star and Monadnock Speedways. Race teams looking to compete in the six-race schedule with eligibility for the point fund and bonus plan must preregister for the 2019 season by April 1, 2019. Entries will be accepted via secure online registration or by mail.

The preregistration fee of $450 entitles teams to a stake in the point fund as well as eligibility for the bonus plan. Car owners filing full preregistration will also receive one complimentary pit pass for each race on the schedule. Individual race registration is also available for $150 each.

Teams can register for the 2019 TTOMS season by visiting tritrackmods.com/registration. Checks made payable to Tri Track Enterprise LLC can also be mailed to Jim Schaefer, 545 Sweezy Ave., Riverhead, NY 11901.

For a complete schedule and more information on the Tri-Track Open Modified Series, visit TriTrackMods.com or find them on Facebook and Twitter. 

TTOMS REINFORCES SERIES MANAGEMENT FOR 2019

TTOMS REINFORCES SERIES MANAGEMENT FOR 2019


Seekonk, Mass. (January 27, 2019): The Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) recently announced the addition of longtime car owner Ed Bennett to the management team. With a solid foundation that includes founders Dick Williams and Jim Schaefer, Wayne Darling and a host of respected officials, Bennett adds another level of management to ensure that the Series remains strong in 2019 and beyond. 

In his new role, Bennett will concentrate on the operational side of the series. He will take over the race day responsibilities previously handled by Darling, who seeks to lessen his daily role.

“I want everyone, whether it’s a promoter, owner, driver or fan, to experience a nice smooth show,” said Bennett. “The Series is perfectly capable of doing that. I’m just here to help make that happen for all six races this season.”

With its most robust schedule to date, the 2019 TTOMS series will feature six races. The season kicks-off with the second annual Claremont 100 at Claremont Speedway on May 25, followed by long-established events like Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk Speedway on June 26 and the SBM 125 at Star Speedway on July 27.  New to the schedule includes the Oxford 100 at Oxford Plains Speedway on August 24 as part of the prestigious Oxford 250 weekend plus a trip to the Wrenn Family’s Monadnock on September 14. The 2019 season will conclude with the Haunted Hundred at Seekonk on October 26.

Bennett, a second-generation car owner, owned Modifieds for many years. He followed in the footsteps of his father, who owned Midgets. 

The addition of Bennett to the TTOMS family comes as Mark Pennink steps way. Pennink joined the Series as part of the new ownership group that included Darling. 

“It truly has been a pleasure working with Wayne, Jim, Dick and everyone,” said Pennink.

As racing was always a family affair for Pennink, the recent retirement of his son Rowan undoubtedly lessened the appeal of all the traveling. 

“The distance from Philadelphia makes attending the races a rather big chore,” said Pennink. “But I am happy to be continuing my support of the series; just now as a sponsor.” 

Preregistration for the 2019 TTOMS season is available by visiting tritrackmods.com/registration. Checks made payable to Tri Track Enterprise LLC may also be mailed to Jim Schaefer, 545 Sweezy Ave., Riverhead, NY 11901.

“During the 2019 season all competitors will vie for over quarter of a million dollars in purse money,” added Bennett. “We are going to make sure that not only is competing in this series lucrative but also fun and fair.” 

2019 Tri Track Registration now open

 

Seekonk, Mass. (January 5, 2019): The Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) has officially opened preregistration for the 2019 season. Race teams looking to compete in the six-race schedule with eligibility for the point fund and bonus plan must register by April 1, 2019. Entries will be accepted via secure online registration or by mail.

 

The preregistration fee of $450 entitles teams to a stake in the point fund as well as eligibility for the bonus plan. Car owners filing full preregistration will also receive one complimentary pit pass for each race on the schedule. Teams can register for the 2019 TTOMS season by visiting tritrackmods.com/registration. Checks made payable to Tri Track Enterprise LLC can also be mailed to Jim Schaefer, 545 Sweezy Ave., Riverhead, NY 11901.

 

Individual race registration is also available for $150 each.

 

With its most robust schedule to date, the 2019 TTOMS series will feature six races. The season kicks-off with the second annual Claremont 100 at Claremont Speedway on May 25, followed by long-established events like Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk Speedway on June 26 and the SBM 125 at Star Speedway on July 27.  New to the schedule includes the Oxford 100 at Oxford Plains Speedway on August 24 as part of the prestigious Oxford 250 weekend plus a trip to the Wrenn Family’s Monadnock on September 14. The 2019 season will conclude with the Haunted Hundred at Seekonk on October 26.

 

During the 2019 season all competitors will vie for over quarter of a million dollars in purse money. Only those teams competing in all six races will be eligible to run for the point fund. The cumulative point fund of $15,000 will be distributed among the top 20 in owners’ points.

 

Another benefit of pre-registration includes bonus plan eligibility. With strong car counts once again expected at each race, pre-registered teams who fail to qualify for a given race will receive a bonus of $200 above what other non-qualifiers will earn.

 

For more information on registration contact Schaefer via Facebook, email the series at info@tritrackmods.com or via phone at 774.229.6106 or 508.847.0565.

 

“Everything is really falling into place for 2019 to be the best yet for Tri-Track,” said managing partner Wayne Darling. “We are really excited for the upcoming season and we are looking forward to the support of a strong group of dedicated and talented racers.”

 

A total of 67 teams competed in Tri-Track Open Modified Series competition in 2018. Over 80 different drivers have competed in the Tri-Track Modified Series since its inception in 2014.

 

To learn more about the Tri-Track Modified Series, visit tritrackmods.com.

SPECIAL SPONSORSHIP ANNOUNCED FOR TTOMS FOR 2019

SPECIAL SPONSORSHIP ANNOUNCED FOR TTOMS FOR 2019

Miller Family & TTOMS to Honor Son’s Legacy

Seekonk, Mass. (December 30, 2018): The Don Miller Family has announced it will join forces with the Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) as a sponsor of the Series’ 2019 appearances at Claremont and Monadnock Speedways.  In honor of their late son, former Modified champion, Ricky Miller, the Miller family will cover pit entry fees for all Modified drivers pre-registered for the two events. 

TTOMS will visit Claremont Speedway on May 25 and Monadnock Speedway on September 14 as part of its six-race schedule. This cost-saving measure provided by the Miller Family will further help defray costs for teams participating in the Series. For several years, the Tri-Track Series has waived pit admission for all pre-registered car owners. 

“True to their longtime support of auto racing, everyone benefits from this sponsorship,” said TTOMS founding partner, Dick Williams. “We are thrilled with this partnership and what it brings to our Series and so proud to have the Miller family on board.”

In tribute of Ricky’s car number, the Millers will also purchase a set of Hoosier Tires for the twelfth-place qualifier and twelfth- place finisher on each of these two race dates. 

Ricky, who was a Modified standout at Claremont Speedway, died tragically at the age of 34 in 2004. He was one of the most likeable racers to have competed. Always a colorful and personable competitor, he may be best known for his 1999 Riverside Park Speedway championship- the final Modified champion of the now defunct Speedway. 

Additionally, Ricky will forever stand in history as the winner of the final NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race ever held at the famed Riverside Park Speedway in Agawam, MA. Ricky is remembered not only as an accomplished racer but also as an integral part of the legendary Modified Team for the late Mario Fiore, where he served as crew chief.

The Miller family has a long history at Claremont Speedway. Don Miller,” The Golden Jet” was a multi-time track champion and is considered one of Claremont’s modified heroes.

Ricky began his racing career at the Claremont, NH, oval in the Street Stocks before moving to the Pro Stocks and ultimately the Modifieds. Miller raced his final race at Claremont before retiring from the sport.

During the 2019 season, in addition to Claremont and Monadnock, TTOMS will visit Seekonk Speedway (Jun 26 & Oct 26), Star Speedway (Jul 27) and Oxford Plains Speedway (Aug 23). Over the course of the six-event schedule, competitors will vie for over quarter of a million dollars in purse money. 

Pre-registration for teams looking to compete in the six-race schedule with eligibility for the point fund and bonus plan will be open in the coming weeks and will be available online at tritrackmods.com.  

To learn more about the Tri-Track Open Modified Series, visit TriTrackMods.com or find the series on Facebook and Twitter.

TTOMS ANNOUNCES ROBUST SCHEDULE FOR 2019

TTOMS ANNOUNCES ROBUST SCHEDULE FOR 2019


Seekonk, Mass. (December 10, 2018): In what will be the most robust schedule since its inception, the Tri-Track Open Modified (TTOMS) announced six race dates for the 2019 season.  The series will visit the Granite State three times during the season in a schedule marked by both traditional favorites and budding newer events.

“It is always exciting for us to know that track operators have faith in the product that our competitors and series officials put out year-after-year,” said TTOMS Managing partner, Wayne Darling, “not only to keep our existing events but to also secure new dates.” 

Once again, the Series will kick off the season at Claremont Speedway in Claremont, NH, with the running of the second annual Claremont 100 on Saturday, May 25. The event was hugely successful in its inaugural year with strong car counts, enthusiastic fan support and great racing. 

The summer events kick-off with two traditional favorites. The popular $10,000 Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk Speedway will take place on June 26. The SBM 125 at Star Speedway is set for Saturday, July 27 at the ultra-competitive Epping, NH, bullring. 

On Saturday, August 24, TTOMS will make its debut at Oxford Plains Speedway in Oxford, ME. The 100-lapper for the Modifieds is set for the eve of the Oxford 250.

“To be part of what is one the most prestigious weekend of racing in New England, if not the country, is a huge opportunity for our Series,” said Darling. “We plan to make the most of it.” 

The final two events of the season include the Monadnock 100 at Monadnock Speedway in Winchester, NH, on Saturday, September 14 and the fun and festive Haunted Hundred on Saturday, October 26 at Seekonk Speedway.

Over the course of the six-event schedule, competitors will vie for over quarter of a million dollars in purse money. 

Pre-registration for teams looking to compete in the six-race schedule with eligibility for the point fund and bonus plan will be open in the coming weeks and will be available online at tritrackmods.com.  

To learn more about the Tri-Track Open Modified Series, visit TriTrackMods.com or find the series on Facebook and Twitter.

HIRSCHMAN TURNS HAUNTED 100 WIN INTO TTOMS CHAMPIONSHIP AT SEEKONK

HIRSCHMAN TURNS HAUNTED 100 WIN INTO TTOMS CHAMPIONSHIP AT SEEKONK

Shaw Champions PASS Winner Benjamin; Morgan Makes Late Model Magic

 

Seekonk, Mass. (October 28, 2018): Matt Hirschman of Northampton, PA, had been winless in Tri-Track Open Modified Series (TTOMS) competition in 2018 entering the final race of the season. The defending Haunted 100 race winner and series champion came through when it counted most; defending not only his race win but also his championship. In the companion Pro All Star Series (PASS) Super Late Model 150-lapper Travis Benjamin of Belfast, ME, took down the win as DJ Shaw of Center Conway, NH, secured the championship. Ryan Morgan of N. Franklin, CT, charged to the Late Model Haunted 50 victory.

 

Entering the event tied with Ron Silk of Norwalk, CT, Hirschman finished a single-spot ahead of his rival to win the championship by a mere two points. Chris Pasteryak of Lisbon, CT, Chase Dowling of Roxbury, CT, and Anthony Sesely of Matawan, NJ, completed the top five.

 

The Pro All Star Series Super Late Models made their inaugural appearance in the Haunted Happenings at Seekonk Speedway. Like their counterpart Modifieds, a series championship was on the line. At the end of the 150-lap event, Travis Benjamin of Belfast, ME, was holding the checkered flag and DJ Shaw of Center Conway, NH had secured the championship. Reid Lanpher of Manchester, NH, Nick Sweet of Barret, VT, Curtis Geery of Waterboro, ME, and Derek Griffith of Hudson, NH, completed the top-five in the event. A full race report can be found at ProAllStarSeries.com.

 

By virtue of their heat race wins Keith Rocco of Berlin, CT, and Dana DiMatteo of Farmington, CT, led the field to green for the start of the Haunted 100. A great start by Rocco gave him the lead in the opening laps ahead of Brian Robie and Pasteryak as DiMatteo faded. While Rocco drove out to a couple car length advantage, Robie had his hands full with Pasteryak. Les Hinckley was making moves and into sixth spot by lap 11. Championship chasers Silk and Hirschman ran 14 and 27 respectively.

 

Rocco was able to extend his lead over a battle between Robie and Pasteryak. Hinckley continued his march to the front; taking fifth from Todd Patnode on lap 14 before making quick work of DiMatteo. Pasteryak got by Robie on laps 25; taking Hinckley along for the ride. Hinckley was running down Pasteryak when the first caution flew on lap 26 for a spin by Colbey Fournier.  A handful of cars pitted from the tail end of the field under the caution. On the lap 26 restart Rocco edged ahead once again with Pasteryak and Hinckley taking chase. Back under green, Chase Dowling was using the outside groove to gain positions. Danny Cugini was having a good run in eighth.

 

The second caution flew when Sammy Rameau spun on lap 29. On the restart Hinckley used the bottom groove to take second away from Pasteryak. Any further progress was stalled when a caution flew for a mechanical failure on the #76 of Matt Galko.

 

On the ensuing restart at lap 30, Robie faltered; falling back to ninth. Hinckley was all over the back bumper of Rocco for the top spot. Dowling took advantage of Robie’s misfortune moving up inside the top-five. He was able to get by Pasteryak and into third.  Silk now ran fifth.

 

Matt Swanson, who qualified through the consi, broke into the top-ten on lap 35. His progress was slowed by a caution on lap 35 for an incident involving Todd Annarummo, Carl Medieros, Jr. and Andy Jankowiak. Hinckley stayed alongside Rocco on the lap 35 restart. The two went wheel-to-wheel before the caution flew once again on lap 36 after contact between Rob Murphy and Brad Babb sent Babb spinning.

 

Rocco was strong on the lap 36 restart taking the lead. However, a charging Dowling would not only take second from Hinckley but would also take over the lead from Rocco. Dowling was the new leader on lap 38. Dowling could not shake Rocco. Hinckley and Silk ran nose to tail inside the top-five. Matt Swanson and Hirschman were looking racy as the race approached halfway.

 

At halfway Dowling continued to lead Rocco and Hinckley. Silk was able to get by Pasteryak for fourth. Anthony Nocella, Swanson, Hirschman, Sesely and Richard Savary completed the top-five after 50-laps. A battle between Pasteryak and Silk had allowed Swanson and Hirschman, who had moved passed Nocella, to catch the lead pack. A spin by Annarummo had the yellow flying for the sixth time on lap 55. During the caution period, Silk and Nocella headed pitside. Back under green Dowling charged back to the lead in front of Hinckley. Hirschman got by Rocco for third.

 

The seventh caution of the event flew on lap 59 for a multi-car incident that involved Jankowiak and Robie. The top-five for the restart was Dowling, Hinckley, Hirschman, Rocco and Swanson. Silk restarted in position 13. Dowling got a strong restart as did Hirschman. He as able to get by Hinckley and into second. A brewing battle for the lead was cooled when a jumble at mid-pack sent Rameau spinning and the caution flying once again.

 

Hirschman now lined up beside the leader Dowling on the lap 61 restart. Hirschman rocketed past Dowling to become the new leader on lap 61. Dowling settled into second ahead of Hinckley. The best battle on the field was for fifth. Rocco held the position but a racy Sesely was applying heavy pressure. On lap 66 Sesely moved by Rocco and into the top five. Hinckley was being hounded by Swanson in third. Pasteryak, who had gotten by Rocco, had also reeled in Sesely. He was able to take fifth on lap 70. The jockeying for position inside the top five slowed for a spin by Cugini on lap 71. Under the caution both Hinckley and Rocco went pitside.

 

An attempt to go green on lap 71 was thwarted by a spin by Calvin Carroll.  Bryan Narducci, who had worked his way into the top-ten, saw his strong finish go by the wayside on the second attempt at a lap 71 restart.  Finally, back under green on lap 71, it was all Hirschman; leaving Dowling and Swanson to duke it out for second. Swanson took the spot away before the 12th caution flew for another spin by Annarummo. On the lap 72 restart it was still Hirschman being trailed by Swanson. Pasteryak stayed alongside Dowling in a bid for third. With only 25 laps remaining, Silk started his charge back to the front. Silk took a position away from Pasteryak and set his sights on Dowling. Silk got by Dowling and headed toward the lead duo of Hirschman and Swanson.

 

Dowling continued to backslide; giving up fourth to Pasteryak. Hirschman and Swanson saw their lead disappear as the yellow flew; this time on lap 84 for a spin by Fournier. On the restart Hirschman jumped back out in front, Silk was able to move by Swanson; putting the championship contenders 1-2.

 

Hirschman was able to get breathing room while Silk had a mirror full of Swanson. Another caution flew on lap 88 for a spin by Jankowiak; giving Silk a shot. Silk restarted to the outside of leader Hirschman with just 12 green flag laps remaining. The two went wheel-to-wheel into turn two on the ensuing restart and onto the backstretch. Hirschman was finally able to free himself of Silk to complete lap 89. Hirschman began to stretch his advantage. Pasteryak got my Swanson for third with Dowling taking chase. A great three-car able for sixth featured Sesely, Hinckley and a fully recovered Robie.

 

Coming out of turn four, bumper tag between Dowling, Swanson and Pasteryak, ended with Swanson spinning on the frontstretch. The resulting caution set-up a green-white-checker to determine not only the race winner but the championship.

 

The restart order with two laps remaining was Hirschman, Silk, Pasteryak, Dowling, Sesely, Hinckley, Robie, Nocella, Patnode, Rocco inside the top ten.  Hirschman rocketed out to the lead. Silk could do nothing as he watched Hirschman cruise to the checkers and the championship. Pasteryak ended a strong day in third followed by Dowling and Sesely. Hinckley, Robie, Nocella, Patnode and Rocco completed the top-ten at the end of the Haunted 100.

 

Ryan Morgan was dogged in his pursuit of the victory in the 50-lapper for the Late Models as part of the Haunted Happening. Seekonk Speedway regular and 2018 Late Model champion Ryan Kuhn took the early lead from polesitter Mark Hudson while Morgan and Vinny Arrenegado, Jr. battled for third. Kuhn was able to extend his lead in the early going with Morgan securing second. Contenders like Hersey and DeGasparre were mired deep in the field.

 

The best battle on the track was for sixth position between Chase Belcher, Dan Johnson and Rey Lovelace. Slight contact gave Lovelace the advantage over Belcher and Johnson. A single lap later a spin by Belcher brought out the event’s first caution on lap 17.

 

The field had a tough time getting action rolling as the event approached halfway.  The caution on lap 17 was followed by a wreck on lap 19 with Nathan Tracy and a subsequent incident with Bobby Tripp, Paul Newcomb, Derek Gluchaki, and Josh Hedges. Lap 21 saw an additional incident with Newcomb, Tracy and Manny Dias.

 

Despite the yellow fever, Kuhn continued to lead over Morgan and Arrenegado. Lovelace was starting to make his presence known while Ryan Lineman was making his way into contention. Lovelace was all over the back bumper of Arrenegado. The two went door-to-door for several laps as Johnson took chase in fifth. Hudson came back to life working over Lineman, Lovelace and Arrenegado with 15 laps remaining.

 

Morgan caught the back bumper of Kuhn, who had dominated up to this point of the event. Lovelace and Arrenegado now had company from Johnson. Arrenegado was able to edge ahead; leaving Lovelace to defend the challenges of Johnson.

 

On lap 44, Morgan dove low on Kuhn in a bid for the lead. The two make slight contact. Morgan got the edge and the lead. Kuhn tried the crossover move; to no avail. Kuhn stayed glued to the bumper of Morgan in the closing laps.

 

On lap 49, Kuhn, in a last-ditch effort, dove to the bottom of Morgan coming out of two, tried the outside groove out of turn four; again, to no avail. Morgan was able to hold on for the victory over Kuhn. Arrenegado came home third ahead of Lovelace and Johnson inside the top-five. Hudson, Belcher, Bobby Tripp, Tommy Adams and DeGasparre,Jr. completed the top-ten.

 

The 20-lap Non-Qualifiers event for the Modifieds went green-to-checker with Russ Hersey turning in a dominating performance to score the win. Hersey was not eligible to transfer to the main event but did pocket $1,000 for the victory. During qualifying for the Haunted 100, heat race victories went to Rocco, DiMatteo, Robie and Patnode. The two consolation events went to Rob Murphy and Zane Zeiner.

 

Tri-Track Open Modified Series, Haunted 100 Feature Finish, Seekonk Speedway, October 28, 2018: 1. Matt Hirschman, Northampton, PA; 2. Ron Silk, Norwalk, CT; 3. Chris Pasteryak, Lisbon, CT; 4. Chase Dowling, Roxbury, CT; 5. Anthony Sesley, Matawan, NJ; 6. Les Hinckley, Windsor Locks, CT; 7. Brian Robie, Sunapee, NH; 8. Anthony Nocella, Woburn, MA; 9. Todd Patnode,Richmond, NH; 10. Keith Rocco, Berlin, CT; 11. Dana DiMatteo,Farmington, CT; 12. Richard Savary, Canton, MA; 13. Rob Richardi, Taunton, MA; 14. Andrew Molleur, Shelton, CT; 15. Danny Cugini,Marshfield, MA; 16. Calvin Carroll, Johnsonburg, NJ; 17. Colbey Fournier, Berkley, MA; 18. Andy Jankowiak, Tonawanda, NY; 19.Brad Babb, Windham, ME; 20. Matt Swanson, Acton, MA, 21. Zane Zeiner, Bath, PA; 22. Matt Galko, Meriden, CT; 23. Carl Medeiros Jr., Westport, MA;  24. Bryan Narducci, Colchester, CT; 25. Sam Rameau, Westminster, MA; 26. Rob Murphy, Rochester, MA; 27. Dylan Izzo, Monroe, CT. DNQ: Mike Holdridge, Madison, CT; Kurt Vigeant, Oxford, MA; Tommy Barrett, Millis, MA; Dylan Izzo, Monroe, CT; Jake Johnson, Rehoboth, MA; Tom Rogers, Riverhead, NY; Michael Gervais, Wolcott, CT; Bill Dixon, N. Waterboro, ME; Sal Accardi, Jr., Deer Park, NY; Ron Frees, Brick Township, NJ; Jon Kievman, Deerfield Beach, FL; CJ Bolton, Weare, NH; Andy Shaw, Center Conway, NH; Geoff Nooney, Southwick, MA; Russ Hersey, N Swanzey, NH.

 

Haunted 50 Late Model Feature Finish: 1. Ryan Morgan, North Franklin, CT; 2. Ryan Kuhn, East Bridgewater, MA; 3. Vinny Arrenegado, Jr., Warren, RI; 4. Rey Lovelace, North Providence, RI; 5. Dan Johnson, Rehoboth, MA; 6. Mark Hudson, Norton, MA; 7. Chase Belcher, West Wareham, MA; 8. Bobby Tripp, Westport, MA; 9. Tommy Adams, East Providence, RI; 10. Gerry DeGasparre, Jr. Pawtucket, RI; 11. Derek Gluchaki, Dartmouth, MA; 12. Josh Hedges, Middleboro, MA; 13. Russ Hersey, North Swanzey, NH; 14. Manny Dias, South Attleboro, MA; 15. Mike Benevides, Coventry, RI; 16. Paul Newcomb, Plymouth, MA; 17. Ryan Lineham, Coventry, RI; 18. Nathan Tracy, Seekonk, MA; 19. Louis Romiza, Falmouth, MA; 20. Jason Larivee Jr., West Greenwich, RI; 21. Mike Mitchell, Cumberland, RI.

 

photo credits: Tom Morris and Jillian Amorin for Pit Row Photos