On the Pegs - August 2022 On the Pegs - Volume 7 Issue 8 - August 2022 - Page 101
YOYI SAN MARTIN
The staggered start really helps in preventing the dreaded bottlenecks that can take place with everyone going out at the same time as the riders left to face another three loops , this time with nine sections as the perfect conditions continued .
William Head once again took the day two lowest score in Master Class by only 2 marks over Chad Redman , 17 to 19 and thus took the overall event victory with a grand total of 57 marks lost to Redman ’ s 70 .
Murphy Aaron produced very impressive rides with a closing score of 3 to lead day two in Expert as Bryce Pophal came in 7 marks adrift with a score of 12 . Despite the outstanding ride on the day , it wasn ’ t quite enough for Aaron as Pophal took the overall win with a grand total of 15 .
Yoyi San Martin halved his day one score in Expert Sportsman to win again on day two by finishing with just 6 on his scorecard while Nick Schacht fell back , losing 23 marks on the day . San Martin now has the distinction of being undefeated on US soil as his grand total of 18 also gave him the overall win for the two days .
Bennett Hebner placed second behind his father Bob this time in Intermediate class but took home bragging rights with the overall win by a single mark with a grand total of 59 in one of the closest finishes .
The other close finish came in Amateur class as Mark Vonmetteheim won with 17 over