Lentz, Walker Win At Geneseo Hare Scrambles

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A crop of area racers were in Geneseo for the WFO hare scrambles on Sept. 26 and 27 and there were several big winners at the two-day event.

Travis Lentz came away with a first place finish in the 51-65cc, seven to 11 year-old division on Saturday, then doubled up with a win on Sunday according to his parents, while his older brother, Tyler, was fourth in the 79-150cc Supermini division. Capping off the Lentz racing family was their mom, Alison, who was tenth in the women’s division.

Morrisonville’s Jhak Walker would also pick up a victory in Geneseo, winning the 79-150cc Supermini division. One of six members of his family to race on Saturday, Jhak also finished tenth in the 98-Open B division.

Jhak’s older brother, Jhadyn Walker finished second in the 86-Open A division, while their father, Jeremy, was fifth in the Senior 40+ A division.

Of the younger Walkers, Jhenner Walker finished fifth in the 0-51cc, seven and eight year-old division and 14th in the 51-65cc, seven to 11 year-old, Beginner division. Jhordan and Jhorjie Walker would both race in the 0-51cc, four to six year-old class, with Jhordan finishing 14th and Jhorjie finishing 16th.

On Sunday, Jhordyn and Jhorjie Walker finished 15th and 17th respectively in the 50cc Junior class, while Jhenner Walker was second in the 0-51cc (7-8) group and 11th in the 65cc Beginner group.

 Jhak Walker picked up another win on Sunday with a victory in the Super Mini division and was second in the 98-Open B class. Jhadyn Walker also excelled, taking second in the 98-Open A class.

Continuing with the family theme, Ryan and Jim Komor would both race in the 201-Open C division at Geneseo on Saturday. Ryan would finish fourth in the class, while Jim would finish 15th overall.

On Sunday, Ryan would place second in the 201-Open  C division, while Alex Komor took tenth overall.

Walkers At NEPG

The Walkers were in Matthews, IN, on Sunday, Oct. 4, for the Muddobbers National, round seven of the 2020 KENDA AMA National Enduro Championship Series.

Jhadyn, Jhak and Jeremey Walker would all run in the National Enduro Promotions Group race, with the younger Walkers both scoring top five finishes in their divisions.

Jhadyn Walker would run in the Open A division and finished fourth in the group, while finishing 31st overall in the field of more than 400 racers. Jhak Walker also finished fourth, racing in the B 200 division, and was 148th overall. Jeremy Walker would finish 27th in the A 30+ division and was 167th overall.

The next NEPG National Enduro Championship Series race is Sunday, Nov. 1, in Stanton, AL, at the Perry Mountain Motorcycle Club.

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