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Mojo Verizon 'Cross

San Antonio, Texas, November 28, 2004

With arch-nemesis Jason Sager on holiday in Colorado, perennial Texas cyclocross heavyweight Will Black (Lone Star Racing) laid waste to a smallish yet talented field at the first ever Mojo veRizon 'Cross held on the idyllic grounds of the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (Promoter's apologies to Jim Morrison). In one 4-minute lap, the field was essentially reduced to three as Black and Solar Eclipse teammates JT Cody and pro mountain biker Nathan Phillips simply rode away from the remainder of the field. After 20 minutes, Phillips could no longer handle the infernal pace up front. With 25 minutes to go, Cody also had to succumb to Black's pressure. Black pressed on lapping the entire field with the exception of his erstwhile companions Cody and Phillips. Cody and Phillips maintained their positions finishing 2nd and 3rd, respectively. Texas state road race champion, Steen Rose, (NWCC) finished 4th while another Solar Eclipse rider, Chris Aarhus, finished 5th.

Race promoter Rob Kane was pleased with the turnout and even more pleased with the venue stating "we are thrilled to be building a positive rapport with Verizon. Hopefully this venue will see many more races before it is all said and done. I know if my fellow racers and spectators had a say, the Verizon Amphitheater would become synonymous with bike racing."


Men's A 
1 Will Black (Lone Star Racing) 
2 JT Cody (Solar Eclipse)
3 Nate Phillips (Solar Eclipse) 
4 Steen Rose (NWCC)
5 Chris Aarhus  (Solar Eclipse)
6 Jay Cobb (Team Diabetic)
7 Kevin Vincent  (Lone Star Racing)
8 Craig Virr (Lucky Lounge)
9 Russell Kay (U/A)
(14 starters, 9 classified) 
Men's B 
1 Eric Jordan 
2 Jimmy McDonough 
3 Ryan Haglund 
4 Billy McDonough 
5 David Kay 
6 Everett Garcia 
7 Vaughn Cavanaugh 
8 Marty Soetaert 
9 Beau Hamilton 
10 Pete Marcell 
11 Ray Monroy 
(16 starters, 11 classified) 
Women's Open 
1 Kate Bell 
2 Lisa Ferris 
3 Teresa Ritt 
Men's C 
1 James Ellis 
2 Carlos Iberra 
3 Duval Ruiz 
4 David Rendon 
5 Angel Velaquez 
6 Scott McMillian 
7 Brett Mueller 
Ages 35+ 
1 Jeff Park 
2 Eric Jordan 
3 David Boyd 
4 Robert Delgado 
5 Doug Foxworth 
6 Rick Avalos 
7 Gerald Burns 
8 Dennis Kruse 
9 John Bratton 
10 Mike VanRandwyck 
11 Pat McGrath 
12 Oliver Bond 
13 John Bartle 
16 starters, 13 classified 
1 ? 
1 Drew McIver 
2 Will McDonough 
3 Ned Connors 
4 Robert McDonough 
5 Jamie McDonough 
6 Paulen Marcell   

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