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PrattTribune - Pratt, KS
  • Mud flies at annual run

  • Vehicles and drivers of all shapes and sizes competed for hardware and bragging rights at the Southwest Truck Parts 15th Annual Mud Run and Mini Rod Tractor Pull held Saturday at the Pratt County Fairgrounds.
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  • Vehicles and drivers of all shapes and sizes competed for hardware and bragging rights at the Southwest Truck Parts 15th Annual Mud Run and Mini Rod Tractor Pull held Saturday at the Pratt County Fairgrounds.
    Engines roared. Mud splattered. Onlookers cheered. It doesn't get any better than that.
    With a large and attentive crowd once again in attendance, mud- runners vied to see who could maneuver their vehicles the farthest and/or the fastest through tracks of slop.
    Contests were held in 8 different classes, with similar vehicles competing against one another.
    Results are as follows:
    Class 1A, 100cc (kids)
    1. Allissa Vopat
    2. JT Vopat
    Class 1, 2-wheel drive
    1. Burk Jorns
    2. Gabriel Zongker
    3. Ryan Rose
    4. Logan Molt
    Class 2, 4-wheel drive
    1. Kyle Eickleberry
    2. Brianna Powell
    3. Burk Jorns
    4. Gabriel Zongker
    Class 3, super modifieds up to 44" DOT tires
    1. Boog Roberts
    2. Glen Eickleberry
    3. Stacy Edwards
    Class 4, super modifieds up to 44" unlimited paddle tires
    1. Boog Roberts
    2. Glen Eickleberry
    3. Brian Westermann
    Class X, open class
    1. Boog Roberts
    2. Tanner Roberts
    3. Loren Barnett
    Class 5, super modifieds up to any size uncut DOT
    1. Blake Keazer
    2. Tanner Roberts
    3. Loren Barnett
    4. Justin Keazer
    Class 9, tractor tires and 44" and up uncut DOT
    1. Scott Betts
    2. Aaron King
    3. Aaron King
    4. Perry Dietz
    Craig Hull, one of the organizers of the event, was pleased with the turnout and the competition.

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