Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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July 9, 2013

Crossville Mud Bog to return on July 20

The next Crossville Mud Bog is July 20 at 1431Taylors Chapel Rd. at the Meadow Creek Motocross facility. Gates open at 5 p.m, mud bog truck inspection at 6 p.m.

At 6 p.m. spectators can meet the mudders and get autographs and pictures. Bogging starts at 7 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children 7-12, and kids 6 and under free. You are coming to a farm, so wear old clothes and boots. Bring a chair and some bug spray. Mud pit-side parking available, wide open grassy parking allowing for family fun. Security is on site.


Here are the results from the June 29 mud bog sponsored by Best One Tire and Auto, Schubert and Qualls Construction and Clark Rentals.

The bog offers mudding classes to modified and stock 4x4 trucks.

E Class: 1. Chris Miller, Morristown, fastest time of 4.078; second, Brandon Dunkerson, Murfreesboro, 4.079; 3. Frank Rinehart, 4.264; 4. Travis Giddens, Jackson County, 5.595.

D Class: 1. Tim Hendrixson, Smithville, 4.016; 2. Mandy Stanley, Smithville, 4.440; 3. Dwight Alford, Manchester, 4.599; 4. Tracy Duke, Bradyville, 6.148.

C Class: 1. Shea Butcher, McMinnville, 4.363; 2. Brad Myers, McMinnville, 4.511; 3. Asa Davis, Crossville, 4.588; 4. Doug Stewart, Glade Creek, 4.883; 5. Ethan Langle, Lancing, 5.004; 6. Barry Mitchell, Morristown, 5.117; 7. Kevin Trail, Bradyville, 5.200; 8. Cody Dishman, Pikeville, 5.655; 9. Alfred Dishman, Pikeville, 6.142; 10. Jarrett McGuire, Rock Island, 6.283; 11. Jacob Sharp, Crossville, 0.000.

B Class: 1. Shea Butcher, McMinnville, 4.733; 2. Jimmy Hawn, Oakdale, 4.906; 3. NickWright, Smithville, 5.605; Will Bruce, Crossville, 5.981; 6. Chris Knopp, Woodbury, 6.513; 7. Weasel Willkerson, Smithville, 6.533; 8. Harvey Feil, Crossville, 7.868; 9. Michael Dishman, Crossville, 8.253; 10. Greg Brice, Crossville, 8.468.

A Class: 1. Weasel  Wilkerson, Smithville, 6.864; 2. Bubba Nichols, Woodbury, 7.069; 3. Kevin Alford, Murfreesboro, 8.206; 4. Ishmael Milam, 9.345; 5. Adam Scarbrough, Crossville, 10,727; 7. Ted Monday, Crossville, 49.803.

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