The action is in the bottom half of the board this week, but don’t worry. Next week will have the action up you want up top.

The top five places on the board are unchanged this week. Ryan Kempson is still in first place with $4,100. Veejay Jones and Nicole Mericle are right behind him, tied in second place with $4,000. All three of them will compete this weekend at Hildervat Jacksonville.

Kris Rugloski won $600 with her 3rd place and 1st place finishes at Spartan Austin, but it wasn’t enough to crack the top three. Rugloski remains in fourth place with $3,300.

Kaci Monroe did not race this weekend. She remains in fifth place with $2,200.

Victor Quezada moves up two places this week to number six. Quezada won $700 with a first place and a second place at Spartan Austin. He is $100 behind fifth and $100 ahead of seventh with his $2,100 in winnings this year.

Tied for seventh place is Ryan Woods and Alex Walker. Woods ran Savage Race Ohio this weekend but did not finish in the money. He drops one place from last week. Walker ran both days of Spartan Austin and finished with a first place and a second place, good for $700. That brings Walker’s total for the year to $2,000 and brings her back into the top ten. Walker moves up four places this week, from 11th last week.

We have our first three-way tie for a place this week, in the nine spot. Jaryd Flank, Amy Pajcic, and Tiffany Palmer all arrived at ninth place tied with $1,5000 via different routes. Flank did not race this weekend and dropped two places from seventh. Pajcic won Savage Race Ohio and the $1,000 prize and shot up 20 places. Palmer placed second at Savage Ohio and won $500. She moved up five places with that second place.

Not making the top ten but making himself known: Ryan Atkins. Atkins won Savage Race Ohio for a prize of $1,000 and a six-way tie for 16th place. We expect to see Atkins in the top ten soon.

Next week: HILDERVAT. Hildervat Jacksonville will have the largest prize pool of any race so far this year including a $5,000 prize for the first place man and first place woman. There will be over $23,000 won at Hildervat and almost all of that will be seen in the top ten on the OCR Report Moneyboard.

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