Saturday, November 9. 2013
honored its 2013 Coca Cola Points Series champions this past
Saturday evening, during the speedway's annual awards
banquet. Three classes awarded Oahe
Speedway's highest honors to new champions, and the
remaining five went to repeat champions or former champions.
Signature "Rock " trophies were awarded to the
champions. The trophies, created by Dakota Classique
Rock, of Pierre, have become the symbol of a championship
season at Oahe Speedway.
Fort Pierre, SD
Coca Cola Dakota Supply Group Junior Minor Class Champion
Alec is a repeat champion, having won the 2012 Minor class
title. Jonathan Geuther, of Fort Pierre, was the 2013 class
runner up. Zach Zebroski, of Pierre placed third, with
Cutter Hammersley, of Pierre, taking the fourth slot.
Alec's twin brother, Jake Miller and fellow Minor Class
racer Evan Huse tied for fifth place in the 2013 season.
Coca Cola BankWest Junior Major Class Champion
Jonathan collected his third class championship, following
Junior Minor class titles in 2010 and 2011. Kimberlee
Geuther, of Fort Pierre, defending 2012 Major class
champion, closed out her season in second place.
Hunter Monson, of Groton, and Charlee Schumacher, of Rapid
City, finished in fourth and fifth place.
Coca Cola Snap On High School Class Champion
Following two runners up finishes in the Junior Major
class over the past two years, Austin took the Snap On High
School championship "Rock" home to Mitchell. Last
year's champion, Jason Carroll followed up in second place,
with Stevie Ellingson, of Rapid City closing the season in
Coca Cola Street Trophy Class Champion
Brian won his first Street Trophy championship, followed by
a second place tie between 2011 champion, Duane Soper, of
Gettysburg and Ron Winterberg, of Timber Lake,
2009 and 2012 class champion. Despite being sidelined by
health problems early in the season, Charles Serbousek, of
Pierre, had gained enough points to secure a third
place finish. Jerrod Hopper, of Huron, placed
Coca Cola Sportsman Class Champion
Another former class champion, Ashley was the 2009 Junior
Minor class co- champion, sharing that title with Bonnie
Fuchs, of Bowman, ND. Ashley's sister, Stephanie, was
Oahe Speedway's 2010 SnapOn High School champion.
Sonnie Boke, of Gettysburg captured second place, ahead of
third place finisher, Karen England, of Pierre. England was
the 2010 Sports champion, Brian Brady, of Pierre, and
Jay Tjeerdsma, of Springfield, completed the season in
fourth and fifth.
Coca Cola Diesel Services Inc Bike/Sled Class Champion
Of the nine Bike/Sled championships awarded to date, Chris
has won five. Boom collected "Rocks" in 2007,
2008, 2011, and 2012, as well as 2013.
Rodney Hopf, of Ramona, took home runner up honors, with
David Tibert, of Grand Forks, ND, closing out 2013 in
third place. Shawn England of Pierre and Ray Horsley,
of Pierre, completed the top five.
Coca Cola Pro ET Class Champion
Joe is a first time champion in Pro ET. Last years season
champion, Randy Compson, of Valley City, ND, returned to the
podium as the class runner up. Todd Casper, of
Lake Preston, Randy Nixon, of Huron, and Rocky Gabel, of
Valley City, ND, finished third through fifth respectively.
Coca Cola Super Pro Class Champion
Cal, repeating his 2012 championship, placed ahead of Dan
Mohr, of Mitchell. In a season finish of "what if's",
Belden took the win over Mohr, by just one point. John
Scott DeMots, of Lebanon, capped the season in third place.
West River contenders, Ken Standiford, of Midland, and Terry
Henrikson, of Rapid City rounded out the top five.
Standiford won the Pro ET championship in 2006, and
Henrikson was our first Super Pro champion in 2005.
Complete Photo Gallery of Awards
Congratulations to all of our
2013 Coca Cola Champions