Jarrod McClure on top in AMA ATV Hare Scrambles National Championship Series
April 22, 2013
Jarrod McClure of Kaska, Pa., proved to be the man to beat in the AMA ATV Hare Scrambles National Championship Series when he won the first round March 24 in Berwick, Pa.
McClure, riding a Can-Am, bested Landon Wolfe of Manchester, Md., who finished second riding a Suzuki, and Martin Christofferson of Richford, N.Y., who finished third aboard a Honda.
Randy Hamilton of Denville, N.J., finished fourth on a Honda, and Blake Kramer of Schuylkill Haven, Pa., rode his Yamaha to fifth place.
In the Womens A/B class, Sierra E’Salle of Cressona, Pa., took forst place aboard a Honda, followed by Haley Zink of Shamokin, Pa., on a Suzuki and Sarah Parkhurst of Tunkhannock, Pa. on a Honda.
The second round of the series, scheduled for April 28 in Plainview, Ill, was canceled because of flooding.
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