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Nebraska State Cyclocross Championships
Lincoln, Nebraska, November 20, 2005
The Nebraska Cyclo-cross State Championship was another wet and muddy affair in what has been an already damp 2005 season. Tony Wilhelm (LBC/Highgear) powered through a cold, bone-chilling rain to take top honors in the Men's A race at the third round of the Nebraska Cyclo-cross Series saturday afternoon at Pioneers Park in Lincoln.
The former Nebraska resident and teammates Jay Thomas and Sam Rosenau set a furious pace from the gun as the trio led the 18-rider field through an extended speed barrier section. After only two laps, Wilhelm distanced himself from the field with his lead never in doubt. Over a minute back, Thomas was joined by teammate Troy Krause and MonkeyWrench Cycles/KONA rider, Darin Schlake. The trio worked well together, wary of the chasing duo of Adam Mills (HRRC/Maclaren) and Jon Randell (Lincoln Plating-Lemond). With Mills and Randell closing within :20, Schlake lifted the pace with only Krause able to match the acceleration. With Wilhelm already posting a convincing victory, the battle for the Nebraska State Championship was left between Schlake and Krause. In the final 200 meters, Schlake jumped hard with Krause settling for third overall and the second step on the state championship podium. Mills finished in fourth with Randell fifth and third for the state championship.
Other top finishers included Thad Neil (Team 14/Pedro's) in men's B, Randall Crist (BBC/Bike Way) in men's C, Tyler Carmichael (LBC/Highgear) in Singlespeed, Stacey Hallman (TREK Store of KC) in women's, Nathan Zubrod (LBC/Highgear) in junior men 16-18, Tom Price (TREK Store of KC) in men masters 35+ and 45+ and John Dean (LBC/Highgear) in men masters 55+. The Nebraska cyclo-cross series continues Sunday with round 4 at Pioneers Park in Lincoln.
Men A 1 Anthony Wilhelm (LBC/Highgear) 2 Darin Schlake (Monkeywrench Cycles/KONA) 3 Troy Krause (LBC/Highgear) 4 Adam Mills (HRRC/Maclaren) 5 Jon Randell (Lincoln Plating-Lemond) 6 Doug Plummer (Louis Garneau) 7 Jesse Petersen (Monkeywrench Cycles/KONA) 8 Geoffrey Bergmark (unattached) 9 Sam Rosenau (LBC/Highgear) 10 Aaron Pool (Lincoln Plating-Lemond) 11 Bill Marshall (Team X Cycling) 12 Matt Tillinghast (LBC/Highgear) 13 Ryan Legg (LBC/Highgear) 14 Jay Thomas (LBC/Highgear) 15 Kevin Burke (LBC/Highgear) 16 Mike Munson (LBC/Highgear) 17 Tim Farnham (Team Kaos) 18 Matt Landen (unattached) Women 1 Stacy Holman (Trek Store KC) 2 Marie Neville (Team Kaos) 3 Theresa Blume (Team Kaos) Men B 1 Thaddeus Neil (Team 14/Pedro's) 2 Adam Lang (Teamx) 3 Lansen Morehouse (A.G.Edwards/Revolotion) 4 TJ Carmichael (LBC/Highgear) 5 Matt Farnham (Team Kaos) 6 Troy Nelson (LBC/Highgear) Men C 1 Randall Crist (BBC/Bike Way) 2 Ted Lechnowsky (Omaha Velo) 3 Brian Luciani (LBC/Highgear) 4 Rich Anderson (unattached) 5 Albert Hauschild (unattached) 6 Jeff Hays (unattached) 7 Mike Novak (unattached) 8 Theresa Blume (Team Kaos) 9 Randy Frost (unattached) Singlespeed 1 Tyler Carmichael (LBC/Highgear) 2 Chris Locke (Cow Town Cycling) 3 Matt Pewthers (Cycle Works) 4 Tim Farnham (Team Kaos) 5 Nate Woodmen (Monkey Wrench Cycles) Men 35+ 1 Tom Price (TREK Store of KC) 2 Marc Walter (Lincoln Plating-Lemond) 3 Mark Studnicki (Cowtown Cycling) 4 Steve Songer (Team X) 5 Eric Buhs (AG Edwards/ REVOLUTION) 6 Don Raskey (LBC/Highgear) 7 Sean Meyers (Team14/Pedro's) 8 Ted Blume (Team Kaos) 9 Jeff Hansen (Cycle Works/Moose's Tooth) Men 45+ 1 Tom Price (TREK Store of KC) 2 Dan Hansen (TREK Store of KC) 3 Doug Larson (Bike Masters) 4 Ted Blume (Team Kaos) 5 Steve Bowles (LBC/Highgear) 6 Mike Madcharo (unattached)
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