Saturday, July 21, 2007

tt main

Robby mac wins
bj 2nd
ragland 3rd

tt heat 2

Herbst 1st
j jones 2nd
bj 3rd

class 1 heat 1

-potter 1st
herbst 2nd
j baldwin 3rd

10/12 heat 1

steele 1st scorelite
mcbeath 1009

7 open heat 1

Mcneil 1st
baja shop 2nd
chamlee 3rd

1600 heatr 1

Eugenio 1st
1663 2nd

tt heat 1

Garron 1st
ragland 2nd
steele 3rd!
Pistola 4th

tt heat 1

Pflueger rolled in turn 1
garron leading

Terrible's Cup III Friday Photos

Friday, July 20, 2007

tt main

Pflueger 1st
coyne 2nd
bj 3rd

coyne wins heat 1

Garron 2nd
ragland 3rd

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Terrible's Cup III Pit Challenge Results and Early Photos

Pit Challenge Results.

Todd Wylie 1st
Herbst 2nd
Garron 3rd

A few shots from Practice, the Press Conference and the Pit Challenge


Post to run qla heats, macacran to run main events

terrible herst

To provide car wash in pits for competitors

1st 2500 fans

Fri and sat night get a free TT19 diecast replica

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Pikes Peak Day 2 Practice Times

Full Day 2 Results

Desert Racers at PPIHC

Lower Section

Division: Exhibition Car/Truck

Roy Tomkins721980 Toyota CorollaDNF06:59.24307:04.840

Division: HPSS

Driver NameNumberVehicleRun 1Run 2Run 3
Mark Miller12007 Volkswagen Touareg V-10 TDI05:58.73505:47.748DNS
Ryan Arciero22007 Volkswagen Touareg V-10 TDI05:57.748DNS05:47.830
Chris Blais32007 Volkswagen Touareg V-10 TDIDNS06:27.68206:14.365

Division: Pro Truck

Driver NameNumberVehicleRun 1Run 2Run 3
Mike Childress2292003 Ford F150* 06:05.474* 06:03.766* 06:02.007
Jason Voss2352005 Ford ProtruckDNF* 06:10.130* 06:06.027
Gustavo Vildosola Jr.2002005 Toyota Tundra07:08.113* 06:11.282* 06:09.853
David Creagan203
06:18.37106:23.985* 06:09.990
Rob Reinertson2342006 Ford F15006:24.37906:23.09106:19.030
Joe Bednar2992005 Chevy Chevy Truck06:35.01006:22.74206:19.863
Austin Cameron212
James Warson208
Dave Mason2652007 Ford Pro Truck06:33.62306:50.26206:27.913
Cody Swanty2150 Dodge Ram 150007:19.75907:01.02906:49.947

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Pikes Peak Practice Times

Full Results

Desert Racers at PPIHC

Top Section

Division: Exhibition Car/Truck

Driver NameNumberVehicleRun 1Run 2Run 3Run 4

Roy Tomkins721980 Toyota Corolla05:29.230

Division: HPSS

Driver NameNumberVehicleRun
Ryan Arciero2
Mark Miller1

Division: Pro Truck

Driver NameNumberVehicleRun 1Run 2Run 3Run 4
Mike Childress2292003 Ford F15004:16.10004:06.86003:52.51003:45.920
David Creagan203
Jason Voss2352005 Ford Protruck04:05.27004:00.47003:57.33003:51.650
Gustavo Vildosola Jr.2002005 Toyota Tundra04:11.99004:01.32004:00.51003:58.670
Joe Bednar2992005 Chevy Chevy Truck04:37.40004:15.35004:05.85004:00.680
Rob Reinertson2342006 Ford F15004:19.80004:12.88004:05.96004:02.670
Austin Cameron212
Dave Mason2652007 Ford Pro Truck04:36.07004:24.02004:13.73004:06.040
James Warson208
Cody Swanty2150 Dodge Ram 150005:13.85004:53.32004:46.05004:35.420

Monster Energy/Pflueger Racing Trophy Truck Tuned & Ready

Driver Alan Pflueger plans on rebounding in a big way after disappointing finish at
recent Baja 500 in this short course SCORE-International event.
CORONA, Calif., (July 11, 2007) * Having scored the runner-up position at the second
annual Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup to Monster Energy’s Robby Gordon last year, Monster
Energy/Pflueger Racing’s Alan Pflueger is pumped in a big way to get back after it here
next week at Terrible’s Cup III. And, Pflueger added, pretty much everybody in the hotly
contested Trophy Truck class will stop at nothing to reach the top of the Terrible’s
podium. “Burnt rubber and Fiberglass flying,” said Pflueger on the competition level.
“This should be an exciting one to watch because most of the desert guys don’t have
much short course experience.”
The July 19-21 SCORE-International event opens with Thursday’s $10,000 Terrible’s
Trophy Truck Pit Crew Challenge on Vegas’ Fremont Street, then busts out into the
desert for practice and racing * culminating with Saturday’s premier Trophy Truck class.
“The weekend of Terrible’s Cup is action packed,” said Pflueger Racing’s Mike Emerson.
“We plan on doing real well in the pit crew competition, then carrying that momentum
into the race Friday and then again on Saturday.” Emerson said that some adjustments
have been made to the Monster Energy-backed Pflueger Racing Trophy Truck, adding:
“We changed some suspension and chassis stuff and added a little more motor.”
The points chase for the top spot in the SCORE-International Trophy Truck division is
about as close as it’s ever been with only 13 points separating 1st (BJ Baldwin) and 4th
(Pflueger) in the overall points chase as the popular off road series enters the midway
point of the season with the Terrible’s Cup. “There’s more trucks entered this year and
we’re looking forward to the added competition and making up some points in the title
chase,” added Pflueger. “Our mid- engine truck works very well on this style of track
(short course).”
In addition to the pit crew competition and the race, the Monster Energy/Pflueger Racing
team will be all over Vegas, making numerous promotional and autograph signing
Make sure to keep an eye out for the Monster Energy sampling truck that will also be
cruising around Vegas all weekend handing out ice cold Monster Energy Drinks.
Next up for Pflueger, RJ and the rest of the Monster Energy/Pflueger Racing Team is the
July 19-21 Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup III.
Monster Energy supports the sport. Be it road racing, MX, supermoto, off-road, FMX,
skate, MTB, off-road, surf, snow, BMX * name it * the athletes are rockin’ Monster
Energy more than anything these days. Check out all the types * Original Monster
Energy, Monster Lo-Carb, Monster Assault, Monster Khaos, the new Monster/fruit juice
hybrid called “M-80” and the ground-breaking Java Monster premium coffee & cream
supercharged with our Monster Energy blend.
Alan Pflueger digs ‘em * so will you. On the ‘Net at

TSCO “Vegas to Reno”

The Longest Off-Road Race in the United States You can still hear and feel the pounding hooves slamming uneven landscape… soon to be overcome by the pounding of thousands of horsepower. In the late 19th century, 183 extremely brave men (some as young as 11) on ponies challenged the terrain and elements the racers in this year’s Vegas to Reno race are attempting to conquer. Running over some of the same trails that the original Pony Express ran from 1860 to 1861, this year’s TSCO “Vegas to Reno” – certifiably the Longest Off-Road Race in the United States, is creating tremendous excitement among the off-road racing community. Casey Folks, Director of the Best in the Desert series, said, “Our momentum is continuing to grow. 2007 has been a great year for Best In The Desert and the sport of off road desert racing. We are excited that the TSCO “Vegas to Reno” event, our flag-ship race, will carry on that momentum. Not only is this going to be a big event but it’s also the 11th running of TSCO “Vegas to Reno.” This race is open to all Best In The Desert classes – cars, trucks, UTVs, quads and motorcycles. And, we expect over 300 entries.” While the Pony Express changed horses every 10-15 miles, and had 150 stops along the nearly 2,000 mile route; this year’s TSCO “Vegas to Reno” race features 15 gas stops, and spreads out over 570 miles. Contingency is set for Thursday, August 23rd at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The race will start in Johnnie, Nevada early Friday morning, the 24th of August. The TSCO “Vegas to Reno” race takes competitors from the high desert floor at 2,500 feet elevation to mountainous heights of over 9,000 feet, forcing competitors to adjust to the changing pressures, and endure extreme hot and cold temperature variations. Speeds over 100 MPH are achieved on the dry lake bed portions of the route; and then racers are forced to fight their way through narrow canyons and twisty sand washes – some of the toughest terrain in the world. Time Trials for the top 20 starting positions will be Thursday morning, August 23rd in Las Vegas. Class 1400 Trick Trucks, and Class 1500 Unlimited Cars only. The traditional BBQ and an after-race party will be at the awards presentation in Reno on Saturday, August 25th at the new Herbst Sands Regency Hotel. Off-Road Racing’s Best-Run Series … Best In the Desert! Further information available from: (702) 457-5775

Pikes Peak Hill Intl Hill Climb Entries

PPIHC full entry list

Pro Truck entries

Name Division
73 1 Cameron Austin Pro Truck
74 2 Bednar, Joe Pro Truck
75 3 Childress Mike Pro Truck
76 4 Mason Dave Pro Truck
77 5 Reinertson Rob Pro Truck
78 6 Swanty Cody Pro Truck
79 7 Vildosola Gustavo Pro Truck
80 8 Voss Jason Pro Truck

Voss: Voted most likely to do something untoward
(source: El Chinero}

SCORE Las Vegas Final Advance/Entries 7.17.07

Friday, Saturday at LVMS Dirt Track

Herbsts, Steele, J Baldwin, Ramirez, Freemans, Noe/Watson all

Entered in two classes for SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup III

Event starts Thursday with SCORE Las Vegas Pit Stop for SCORE Trophy-Trucks at Fremont Street Experience

LAS VEGAS—Long known as the hard-core, endurance racers of motorsports, the world’s best desert racers take a break from their normal open-desert long courses to compete in this weekend’s SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup III at the Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The two-day special stadium-style event, Round 4 of the six-race 2007 SCORE Desert Series, will be held on a fan-friendly 1.5-mile purpose-built desert race course.

Racing will begin at 7 p.m. each night at LVMS and both nights will include the crowd-pleasing Terrible’s Fireworks Shows.

Festivities for the event kickoff on Thursday with the SCORE Las Vegas Pit Stop being held at the Fremont Street Experience. At the SCORE Las Vegas Pit Stop, starting at 6 p.m., there will be a vehicle display and the $10,000 Terrible’s Pit Crew Challenge for SCORE Trophy-Trucks, meet the SCORE racers party for all competing SCORE racers under thse multi-million dollar canopy on Fremont Street.

Single-day general admission tickets or special two-day SCORE Combo packages are available online at the event website at or by calling at 866.388.FANS, locally at 739.FANS. SCORE Pit Passes are also now on sale. Children, three and under, with an adult, will be admitted free. General Admission tickets are priced at $15 for Friday/$20 for Saturday and $30 for the discounted two-day SCORE Combo. Permanent seating at the facility is 8,026.

SCORE Pit Passes are available for $10 per day or $15 for the discounted two-day SCORE Pit Combo.

The event will also feature TERRIBLEvision for the first time, with a 16’ X 26’ LCD screen bringing the live race action from throughout the course and scenes and interviews from the pits even more up-close and personal. Terrible’s Fireworks shows will explode each night during to the second intermission.

The tightly-timed, three-hour, 15-minute event has added an exhibition event each night as the increasingly popular new Trophy-Karts with drivers from 8 to 12 years old making their Las Vegas debut.

With gates opening at 5 p.m. each night, early-arriving fans will again be able to participate in the popular pre-race driver autograph party and vehicle display of all vehicles entered in the race down on the race track each night from 5:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. The first 2,500 fans each night will receive a miniature replica of the No. 19 Terrible Herbst Motorsport SCORE Trophy-Truck, the winningest truck in the history of the SCORE’s marquee racing division.

Reflecting the nature of the sport, family ties will be very evident in this SCORE race as will be the fact that several drivers will race in multiple vehicles. The entry list includes several fathers and their sons, as well as brothers, cousins, wives and there are also three female drivers of record entered.

There are also seven racers who have entered in two vehicles each. Las Vegas brothers Ed and Tim Herbst, who race together in SCORE Trophy-Truck, have each entered a vehicle in Class 1-2/1600 and Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif., will be racing in both SCORE Trophy-Truck and SCORE Lite.

Josh Baldwin, Newport Beach, Calif., has entered both SCORE Trophy-Truck and Class 1 while Mexico’s Luis Ramirez Jr. is entered both in Class 1 and Class 1-2/1600. Teammates Tim Noe, San Diego/Tom

Watson, El Centro, Calif., have entered two vehicles in SCORE Lite with each being driver of record in one car and second driver in the other.

Brothers Bryan and Cody Freeman, of Las Vegas, are entered as driver of record in Class 1-2/1600 and SCORE Lite respectively and second-driver in the other entry.

The three female drivers of record entered are Lisa Grint, Sargent, Neb., in Class 1-2/1600, Patty Hayos, Santa Clara, Calif., in Class 7 and Eve Baldwin, Newport Beach, Calif., in SCORE Lite.

In a season of tight point competition, it will be a point’s race for the first time in its brief three-year history and there are a race-record 95 official entries from eight states and Mexico in the limited-field event.

The talented field includes 19 entries from Southern Nevada.

Six car and truck classes will compete in the unique short-course, stadium-style event that will be part of this year’s championship point races in the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Series for the first time.

Nearly 90-percent of the specially-made ‘chunk of Baja’ 1.5 mile course will be viewable from the grandstands in the 8,026-seat facility. Competing in individual races will be the marquee SCORE Trophy-Trucks, the unlimited SCORE Class 1 open-wheel desert race cars along with open-wheelers in Class 1-2/1600, Class 10 and SCORE Lite and the competitive mini-trucks of Class 7.

Each class will race twice each night as full fields, while the SCORE Trophy-Trucks will be split into two heats with a full-field semi-main event on Friday and a main event on Saturday. There will be points awarded both nights in the second race for each class.

Ryan Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif., another of the talented second-generation SCORE desert racers, will be pulling double-duty this weekend. Besides racing the No. 82 Arciero/Miller Chevy C1500 in SCORE Trophy-Truck, he will also be computing to race in a VW Touareg Race 2 in Saturday’s Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado.

Celebrity racer Jesse James, Sunset Beach, Calif., who is married to superstar actress Sandra Bullock and star of the old Monster Garage TV series, will race for the first time in this event, driving his No. 54 West Coast Choppers Racing Chevy C1500.

Action sports television announcer Cameron Steele, another celebrity SCORE regular, has entered two classes. The popular racer will drive his No. 16 Dessert Assassin Cadillac Escalade in SCORE Trophy-Truck and the No. 1201 Desert Assassin-VW in SCORE Lite. The popular Steele, who leads the point standings in SCORE Lite, will spend his ‘free’ time at the event as one of the event Public Address announcers.

Max Theriot, 18, Petaluma, Calif., is a budding Hollywood actor and one of the top racers in Class 1 this season with driving help from Glenn Harris, Camarillo, Calif. Theriot has four major film credits, including this summer’s hit ‘Nancy Drew’, where he plays the hometown boyfriend of the lead actress. He is currently third in the 2007 SCORE Class 1 season point standings.

The 2007 SCORE Desert Series also includes the chase for the $75,000 Kartek Off-Road contingency bonus to be awarded to several 2007 SCORE Class point champions along with the run for the $12,000 Toyota True Grit and Toyota Milestone Awards.

Current SCORE official annual sponsors are: BFGoodrich Tires-official tire, Sunoco Race Fuels/Bryant Petroleum-official fuel supplier, Bilstein-official shock, Volkswagen-official vehicle, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance-official Mexican auto insurance, American Racing ATX Series-official wheel, Slime-official tire sealant, Airstar America-official space lighting provider, Red Bull--official energy drink and Bosch Power Tools-official power tool. Associate sponsors are: Tecate Beer, Coca-Cola of Mexico, Las Vegas Events, Terrible Herbst Inc., Blue C Communications, Kartek Off-Road, Fram, Autolite, Prestone, Bendix, American Suzuki, NAPA Chassis, SignPros, P.C.I. Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products, Advanced Color Graphics.

Special sponsors for the SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup III are: Las Vegas Events in association with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and Terrible Herbst Inc.. Associate sponsors to date include the Fremont Street Experience, Red Bull, Budweiser and DIRTsports Magazine. Official host hotels are Terrible’s Hotel/Casino and the Golden Nugget.

For more information or to order tickets on-line, visit the official SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup IIII website at For more information on LVE, contact 702.260.8605 or visit the LVE website at

For more information regarding this SCORE event, contact SCORE International at its Los Angeles Headquarters at 818.225.8402 or visit the official website of the 2007 SCORE Desert Series at

SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup III

Round 4 of the six-race 2007 SCORE Desert Series

July 20-21 The Dirt Track, Las Vegas Motor Speedway


SCORE TROPHY-TRUCK (Unlimited Production Trucks)--

1 B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado

2 Pete Sohren, Glendale, Ariz., Ford F-150

3. Mark Post, San Juan Capistrano, Calif./Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150

12 Larry Ragland, Cave Creek, Ariz./Brian Collins, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado

13 Ed Stout, Santa Ana, Calif., Ford F-150

16 Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif., Cadillac Escalade

19 Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150

22 Damen Jefferies, Oak Hills, Calif., Chevy Silverado

28 Alan Pflueger, Honolulu, Chevy Silverado

31 Andy McMillin, National City, Calif., Chevy 1500

38 Garron Cadiente, Mesa, Ariz., Ford F-150

40 Chet Huffman, Northridge, Calif., Chevy Silverado

47 Tim Gendreau, Phoenix, Chevy Silverado

54 Jesse James, Sunset Beach, Calif., Chevy 1500

76 Jesse Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Ford F-150

77 Travis Coyne, El Centro, Calif., Ford F-150

82 Ryan Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Chevy C1500

85 Todd Wyllie, New River, Ariz., Chevy Silverado

86 Josh Baldwin, Newport Beach, Calif., Ford F-150

91 Bill McBeath, Las Vegas, Ford F-150

96 Bobby Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado

CLASS 1 (Unlimited single or two-seaters)--

101 Pat Dean, Las Vegas, Chenowth-Chevy

102 Luis Ramirez Jr., Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Porter-Chevy

103 Dale Ebberts, Canyon Lake, Calif., Jimco-Toyota

104 Eric Chase, San Diego/Stuart Chase, Burbank, Calif., Penhall-Chevy

100 Larry Roeseler, Hesperia, Calif./Troy Herbst, Las Vegas, Smithbuilt-Ford

106 Jeff Farris, Kerman, Calif./Jason Roxell, Kingsburg, Calif., Porter-Ford

107 Robert Ross/Evan Stanley, Chula Vista, Calif., Potter-Chevy

108 B.J. Richardson, Las Vegas, Bunderson-Chevy

109 Dan Myers, Huntington Beach, Calif., Porter-Chevy

110 Bill Gasper, Chino Hills, Calif., Porter-Chevy

112 James Scott/J.D. Marsh, Hemet, Calif., RPS-Chevy

113 Josh Baldwin, Newport Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

114 Barry Blue/Taylor Lynch, Carlsbad, Calif., Baja Motorsports-Chevy

115 Max Thieriot, Petaluma, Calif./Glenn Harris, Camarillo, Calif., RPS-Chevy

116 Brian Kirby, Rowland Heights, Calif./Bobby Ouellette, Ontario, Calif., Kirby-Chevy

117 Andrew Buck, Fullerton, Calif., Buckshot-Ford

118 Ronny Wilson, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

119 Charles Rudolph, La Jolla, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

120 Randy Wilson, Lakewood, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

CLASS 1-2/1600 (VW-powered, single or two-seaters to 1600cc)--

1601 Steven Eugenio, El Centro, Calif., Lothringer

1602 Hiram Duran, Tecate, Calif., Neth

1603 Luis Ramirez Jr., Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Porter

1604 Curt Geer, San Dimas, Calif., Lothringer

1605 Bryan Freeman, Las Vegas/Cody Freeman, Henderson, Nev.

1606 L.J. Kennedy, Orange, Calif./Sammy Ehrenberg, Las Vegas, Chenowth

1607 Adam Ashcraft, Vista, Calif./Adam Pfankuch, Carlsbad, Calif., Ashcraft

1608 Arnoldo Ramirez, San Deigo, Curry

1609 Kevin Graves/Jimmie Combes, El Cajon, Calif., Jimco,

1610 Arturo Velazco/Abel Velazco, Beaumont, Calif., Porter

1611 Layton Bowles, Huntington Beach, Calif./Bobby Moncada, Corona, Calif., Bunderson

1612 Dave Caspino, Woodland Hills, Calif., Lothringer

1613 Leonardo Navarrete, Mexicali, Mexico, Seagrove

1614 Daniel McMillin, El Cajon, Calif./Caleb Gaddis, El Centro, Calif., Jimco

1615 Kevin Walsh, San Diego, Bunderson

1616 Bill Witt, Henderson, Nev., Porter

1617 Lisa Grint, Sargent, Neb., Bunderson

1618 Aaron Hawley, Las Vegas, Seagrove

1619 Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Jimco

1620 Ed Herbst, Las Vegas, Jimco

CLASS 7 (Open mini trucks)--

700 Dan Chamlee/Tom Chamlee, Carpenteria, Calif., Ford Ranger

701 Aaron Gomez/Nathan Labono, Fallbrook, Calif., Ford Ranger

702 Broc Ross, Deer Island, Ore., Ford Ranger

703 Doug Chadwick, San Clemente, Calif., Toyota Tacoma

704 Barry Karakas Sr., Oak Hills, Calif., Toyota Tacoma

705 Patty Hayos, Santa Clara, Calif., Toyota SR5

706 Shannon Dierkop, Campo, Calif., Ford Ranger

707 Robert Anderson, San Clemente, Calif., Ford Ranger

708 Chris Taylor, El Centro, Calif., Ford Ranger

709 Jason McNeil, El Cajon, Calif., Ford Ranger

710 Randy Sorensen, Las Vegas, Ford Ranger

711 Brandon Walsh, Encinitas, Calif., Toyota Tacoma

712 Nick Tonelli, Huntington Beach, Calif., Ford Ranger

CLASS 10 (Single or two-seaters to 1650cc)--

1001 Lobsam Yee, Tijuana, Mexico, Jimco-Honda

1000 Darren Hardesty, Ramona, Calif., AlumiCraft-VW

1003 Will Higman, Newport Beach, Calif., Kreger-Honda

1004 Mike Lawrence, Brea, Calif./Chris Lawrence, Los Alamitos, Calif., Lawrence-VW

1005 Adam Wik, Las Vegas, Jimco-Honda

1006 Alex Crosthwaite, Chula Vista, Calif., Jimco-Honda

1007 Sean Kennedy, Huntington Beach, Calif., Jimco-Honda

1008 Brian Cotham, Corona, Calif., Suspensions Unltd-Subaru

1009 Robert McBeath, Las Vegas, Jimco-Honda

SCORE LITE (VW-powered, Limited single-1776cc-or two-seaters-1835cc)--

1201 Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif., Desert Assassin

1202 Ty Godde, Palmdale, Calif., Fusion

1200 Tim Noe, San Diego/Tom Watson, El Centro, Calif., Jimco

1204 Tom Watson, El Centro/Tim Noe, San Diego, Prill

1205 David Callaway, Menifee, Calif./Scott Mapes, Riverside, Calif., Callaway

1206 Stan Potter, San Marcos, Calif./Dan Worley, Encinitas, Calif., Jimco

1207 Jason Batulis, Tustin, Calif./Cameron Brewer, Laguna Niguel, Calif., Prep-by-Jake

1209 Chad Cummings, Palmdale, Calif./Travis Howard, Phelan, Calif., Boon Duggy

1210 Cody Freeman/Ken Freeman Jr., Henderson, Nev.

1211 Bill Hernquist, San Diego/Mike Lund, La Mesa, Calif., Jimco

1212 Scott Wisdom, Lake Forest, Calif., Mirage

1213 Hector Garcia Jr., Chino, Calif./Ruben Garcia, Downey, Calif., Mirage

1214 Eve Baldwin, Newport Beach, Calif., Jimco