Zach Osborne scored his second overall win in two weeks, but this one was much tougher. He went 4-2 on the day.


Dylan Ferrandis probably thought his day was a loss after a troubled first moto that saw him finish ninth. He won the second moto cleanly and ended up third on the day.
Oklahoma’s Colt Nichols did Muskogee proud with one of his career best rides. He went 5-4 for fifth.
Jeremy Martin pulled two holeshots and won a moto. An off-track excursion killed his shot at the overall.
Justin Hill was fast, but his bike quit in the first moto, starting a domino effect with motor problems on the Pro Circuit Kawasaki team.
Austin Forkner also fell victim to bike problems in moto one.
Christian Craig pulled a monster holeshot in moto two and rode well. A fall took him out of contention.
Marvin Musquin took the first moto and was a conservative third in the second. He took the 450 O/A and is the new points leader.
Eli Tomac had a day to forget. He was 13th off the line in moto one and climbed all the way to second. A front brake problem forced him into the pits in the second race. He finished 20th.
Tomac’s charge through the pack in moto one saw him pass Cole Seely in the late laps.
Jason Anderson was in excellent form in moto two. He won with Blake Baggett second. That combined with Anderson’s fifth in the first race to capture second overall.
Josh Grant held second through most of the first race. He fell on the first lap of race two.

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