Monday, March 12, 2018

New York City FC 2, LA Galaxy 1 | 2018 MLS Match Recap

New York City FC extended their unbeaten start to the season with an assured 2-1 victory over the LA Galaxy on Sunday. 
With NYCFC flashing their energetic pressing and fluid possession game, first-half goals from Anton Tinnerholm and David Villa banked all three points on offer in the 2018 curtain-raiser at Yankee Stadium. A response from Jonathan dos Santos after the break led to some late jitters for the hosts, but the Galaxy's comeback bid was disrupted by a second yellow card for Ashley Cole.
The pain of the loss was amplified for LA by injuries to starters Michael Ciani and Giovani dos Santos, the latter limping off with a hamstring issue one week before the Mexican national team gather for a key pre-World Cup camp. 

Harvick captures third straight win in 2018, triumphs at Phoenix

As the old aphorism goes, there’s nothing certain except death and taxes.
After Sunday’s TicketGuardian 500 at ISM Raceway, you can add Kevin Harvick at Phoenix to that list.
Harvick beat Kyle Busch to the finish line by .774 seconds to win his third straight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series of the season, the first time a driver has strung three victories together since Busch accomplished the feat at Kentucky, New Hampshire and Indianapolis in 2015.
The victory was a record ninth for Harvick at the one-mile track in the Sonoran Desert and the 40th of his career, third-most among active drivers and tied with NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin for 18th on the all-time victory list.
But the win was more than a statistical triumph for the driver of the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford. Harvick came to Phoenix with a chip on his shoulder, stung by a midweek penalty for issues with the roof braces and right-rear side skirt extension after last week’s race-winning car from Las Vegas.
The infractions cost Harvick’s team the benefits of the victory in Sin City and deprived him of the services of car chief Robert “Cheddar” Smith. On the flip side, it lit a fire under the whole organization.
“To come here to a race track that is so good for us is a lot of fun, and everyone was just determined this week, and we just wanted to just go stomp them,” Harvick said. “We didn’t stomp them, but we won. That’s all that really matters. Just proud of this team. Put a fire in our belly.”
As Harvick indicated, it wasn’t the sort of thrashing he engineered at Atlanta and Las Vegas during the winning streak. He started 10th and didn’t lead a lap until he charged past Busch through Turn 4 on Lap 179. All told, Harvick led 38 laps, a distant third behind Busch’s 128 and Kyle Larson’s 54.
A mistake on his final green-flag pit stop cost Busch a chance to win the race. Harvick had come to pit road on Lap 256. Four laps later Busch pitted from the lead, but the jack dropped prematurely on the left side of the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota, costing the 2015 series champion roughly three seconds.
Busch eventually cycled out into second place after passing third-place finisher Chase Elliott, but the pit road mistake left him too far behind Harvick. At one point in the closing laps, Busch cut Harvick’s advantage to a half-second as the drivers worked traffic, but he could get no closer.
“Coming into the green flag stops, had a couple guys pit a little bit before us,” Busch said. “I don’t think that hurt us too bad, but the jack dropping certainly did. We lost the race on pit road today. There’s been races where I’ve won it on pit road, too. We’ll just have to go into next week and see what we can do there.”
Denny Hamlin ran fourth, followed by Martin Truex Jr. and Clint Bowyer. Aric Almirola, Daniel Suarez, Erik Jones and Kurt Busch completed the top 10, as both Stewart-Haas and Joe Gibbs Racing put all four of their cars in the top 10—Stewart-Haas for the first time in the organization’s history.
Note: The No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota of Hamlin (finished fourth), the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota of Truex Jr. (finished fifth), the No. 12 Team Penske Ford of Ryan Blaney (finished 16th), the No. 22 Team Penske Ford of Joey Logano (finished 19th) and the No. 17 Roush Fenway Racing Ford of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (finished 23rd) were all found to have one lug nut not secured post race.

Atlanta United 3, DC United 1 | 2018 MLS Match Recap

Atlanta United ended D.C. United's strange hoodoo over them in emphatic style on Sunday, defeating the Black-and-Red 3-1 in front of an MLS single-game-record crowd of 72,035 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium via goals from their attacking stars Josef Martinez, Miguel Almiron and Hector Villalba. 
Though Atlanta dominated possession and created far more scoring chances, D.C. hung in contention doggedly for most of the match before the Five Stripes ended their resistance with two goals in three second-half minutes. The win marks ATLUTD's first positive result against D.C. in four all-time meetings, with the capital club having swept the expansion side in their three matches last season.
Darren Mattocks netted a late consolation to deny Atlanta a clean sheet. But the home side's faithful legions got the victory, and the attacking fireworks, they sought. 


Here are three things we learned from the Duluth Invitational this weekend at Infinite Energy Arena.
SweetPro’s Bruiser ends Teel’s pursuit of victory in Duluth
2012 PRCA champion Cody Teel felt like he had a good hold of Bruiser as the two left the bucking chutes during the championship round, but the two-time World Champion Bull found a second gear halfway through the out and blasted Teel at 6.47 seconds.
It was the third meeting between the two star athletes, and Bruiser remains undefeated against Teel.
Bruiser was named the YETI Built For The Wild Bull of the Event after being marked 45.75 points, while Teel was left grasping at his jaw in the locker room after missing out on his first win of the season.
“He started hanging in one spot, and I wish he would have come around and went right,” Teel said. “I just kept trying to shove my hips, and he finally said, ‘Enough is enough’ and rocked my butt.”
Bruiser wrecked Teel’s helmet/facemask during the buckoff.
Teel had begun his weekend with 85.75 points on Shattered Dreams before winning Round 2 on Sunday afternoon with 86.25 points aboard Charge.
However, he simply couldn’t get past Bruiser.
“The whole time I was trying to cut loose and gather him up,” Teel added. “J.B. (Mauney) and Stormy (Wing) said you have to shove your hips with that sucker, but it is a fine line.”
It was a still big move for Teel this weekend.
The 25-year-old finished second overall with 310 world points and heads into next weekend’s Ty Murray Invitational ranked fifth in the world standings. Teel began Duluth sitting in the 13th position. 
Meanwhile, Bruiser is continuing to show his desire to win a third consecutive World Champion bull title.
The 7-year-old has bucked off three consecutive riders on the Unleash The Beast and his 45.5-point average bull score in six outs is the best in the PBR.
“That was about as good as he gets,” Dillon Page said. “I saw the intensity when he left and he was really getting rode. That son of a gun started getting high and dropping and kicking. I thought he did some special stuff today.”
Montanha earns first career victory to move to No. 3 in the world
Claudio Montanha’s decision to turn down a re-ride in Round 2 did not come back to haunt him, and the 28-year-old took care of business in the championship round to earn his first career victory.
Montanha covered Buck John for 89.5 points before looking on as Cody Nance was unable to pass him in the event standings despite riding Church Bells for 85 points and Teel failed to ride Bruiser.
“I don’t have words to explain how happy I am,” Montanha said with the help of Paulo Crimber translating. “I joked with Luciano de Castro last week that, ‘You win this week and I will go win it this week.’
“It is a blessing from God to win this and get it done.”
Montanha earned 500 points toward the world standings – 100 from winning the championship round – to move to within 204.17 points of world leaderRamon de Lima, who was bucked off by Budakon in 4.64 seconds in the championship round.
The second-year pro began his weekend with 84.75 points on Crosshairsbefore turning down his re-ride option in Round 2 after covering Wham Bamfor 78 points.
Originally it was believed that Montanha had accepted his re-ride.
“I wasn’t nervous,” Montanha said of his decision. “I was watching and there were not a lot of rides. I thought I would still come into the (championship round) in a good position.”
Rounding out the Top 5 behind Montanha and Teel was Cody Nance (3-for-3, 300 world points), Eduardo Aparecido (2-for-3, 180 world points) and Tye Chandler (1-for-3, 120 world points).
Ryan Dirteater goes 2-for-3 in return from broken ribs
One rider who’s re-ride decision did not work out in his favor was Ryan Dirteater.
Dirteater decided to keep his 69-point score on Rebel Yell II in Round 1 because of lingering soreness in his rib region after he missed four events because of four fractured ribs.
The 28-year-old then rode Blu Bell for 84.25 points in Round 2 to head into the championship round in sixth place.
“My ribs are still healing,” Dirteater said. “I feel strong enough to ride. They are a little tender after I get off my bull, but I am fighting my way through it.”
Dirteater selected Black Rose with the sixth pick of the championship-round draft, but he was bucked off the bovine athlete in 7.14 seconds.
The buckoff cost him not only a potential event victory, but precious world standings points.
Dirteater finished 11th overall in the event and walked away with only 45 world points and actually dropped three spots in the world standings to No. 9.
Injury Updates
Three riders were unable to compete in the championship round because of injuries – Emilio Resende (left calf contusion), Alex Marcilio (sprained riding hand) and Marco Eguchi (concussion).
According to Dr. Tandy Freeman, Marcilio is doubtful for next weekend’s Ty Murray Invitational.
Barbosa sustains right foot injury; X-rays scheduled for Monday
Dener Barbosa leaned his head back and winced in pain as he lay on the training table inside the PBR Sports Medicine room.
Barbosa’s right foot had a big of ice wrapped around it as the world No. bull rider 3 shook his head in disappointment.
Dr. Tandy Freeman informed Barbosa that he likely has three broken metatarsals in his foot, and he will need to get X-rays on Monday to determine the severity of the injury.
Barbosa had his foot stepped on by Clemon Time following his 5.54-second buckoff on Friday night.
“He faked left and I kind of got my body inside and he just went the other way and got me a little out of shape,” Barbosa said via Paulo Crimber translating. “When I hit the ground, the bull stepped on my foot hard into the ground and I felt it when it broke.”
Barbosa becomes the latest World Champion contender to sustain an injury this season.
Just last week, No. 7 Derek Kolbaba tore his ACL and MCL in North Little Rock, Arkansas, while No. 10 Stetson Lawrence is out this week because of a fractured right ankle.
Ryan Dirteater was third in the world standings before fracturing four ribs in Anaheim, California, and Gage Gay was the world leader before tearing his right ACL/MCL in Chicago.
Dirteater returned to action this weekend with a 69-point ride on Rebel Yell II. The No. 6 bull rider in the world said after the event that he decided to turn down his re-ride option because he still isn’t 100 percent.
2017 World Champion Cooper Davis, who is No. 5 in the world standings, is trying to ride through a partially torn ligament in his ring finger of his riding hand to no avail. Davis was bucked off by Wiz Train in Round 1 in 4.44 seconds and is 1-for-13 since the injury.
Barbosa, though, leads the PBR in qualified rides (19) and riding percentage (67.86 percent) and is having a career-year.
His pursuit of the gold buckle is likely on hold.
Barbosa trails world leader Ramon de Lima by 210 points, but he may lose further ground this weekend after Lima rode Restless Heart for 83.75 points and a 10th place finish in the round.
No. 4 Claudio Montanha Jr. also rode Crosshairs for 84.75 points and is sitting in eighth place.
No. 2 Luciano de Castro was bucked off by Chocolate Shake in 2.6 seconds.
Chandler earns first round win to push cutline behind him
Tye Chandler was hanging on to the final Unleash The Beast draw spot by a thread when he first walked into Infinite Energy Arena on Friday, but he now has some breathing room after he left the arena with the first Unleash The Beast round victory of his career.
Chandler rode Gangster Boy for a career-high 87 points away from his hand to pick up the Round 1 win and 100 world points.
The victory pushed him from No. 35 in the world standings to No. 28.
“That was really big,” Chandler said. “I knew it was coming. I told you God had a plan and I had to keep trusting it.”
Not only were the world points extremely important for Chandler, but just hearing the 8-second mark go off may go a long way for him.
Chandler began his rookie year 1-for-13 on the Unleash The Beast and got on three practice bulls this week to try and break out of his slump.
“I need the points and everything, but I am not just focusing on the round,” Chandler said. “I want to win. I know I can win. Maybe I just had to prove to myself that I can still ride up here. I was doing good in the practice pen. I just couldn’t put it together up here. I feel good. I feel like I am riding like myself again.”
Chandler has drawn Curly Drifter (0-1, PBR UTB) for Round 2 on Sunday afternoon.
Rounding out the Top 5 in the round was Eduardo Aparecido (86.5 points on Pill Pusher), Jess Lockwood (86.25 points on Cyclone), Marco Eguchi(86 points on Blue Stone) and Cody Teel (85.75 points on Shattered Dreams).
Teel had actually ridden at the Arcadia, Florida, rodeo on Friday afternoon, where he placed second to Brennon Eldred.
“It is just a rodeo I have been to a lot,” Teel said. “The sunshine in Florida this time of year is a nice break in the action. That is why I went. It is a decent rodeo too. I had a good bull too, it was fun.
Teel has ridden five of his last 10 and is 14-for-26 overall.
“Tonight (Shattered Dreams) had me a little shuffling around a little more than I would want to on that bull,” Teel said. “He is a really good draw. He just had me humped up leaving there. I had a bad start. Nothing he did, just the way I left on my rear-end. It kind of just set the tone for the ride. I was a step behind the whole time. I got in there and he let off the throttle. I made it a little harder than I should have.”
Lockwood picks up only third Round 1 ride of the season
Jess Lockwood has spoken a lot about how he has regained his momentum since winning The American two weeks ago in Arlington, Texas.
The reigning PBR World Champion continued to build on that theme Saturday night by placing third in the round with an 86.25-point ride on Cyclone.
“Derek (Kolbaba) rode that bull and won the round in St. Louis and I knew he was good,” Lockwood said. “I knew he had a hold of him and so I was ready for that and he kind of wanted me in there. I just had to spur him and it was good the whistle came when it did.”
It is only the third time in nine events that Lockwood has ridden his first-round bull.
“Whenever you get that first one rode, it is just a relief,” Lockwood said. “You don’t wake up the next morning thinking, ‘Shoot, if I don’t get this one rode then my weekend is done.’ You wake up and you think, ‘I got one down and I am set for the championship round. Now it is time to go ride another and go get Bruiser.’”
SweetPro’s Bruiser bucked Lockwood off in 4.89 seconds last week in North Little Rock and cost the 20-year-old a chance at the event win.
Bruiser is slated for the championship round on Sunday, but Lockwood will first need to get past Red Dawn (2-0, PBR UTB) in Round 2 before attempting to select Bruiser.
Red Dawn bucked off Tanner Byrne in 2.63 seconds in Round 1.
Injury Updates
Cody Campbell turned down his re-ride option in Round 1 after riding Black Visa for 68.75 points. According to Dr. Freeman, Campbell bruised his chest and is probable for Round 2.
Fabiano Vieira is questionable for Championship Sunday after sustaining a concussion attempting to ride Teer Jerker (7.9 seconds).
Lowe to match-up with Wild Goose
Mason Lowe’s back may be up against a wall, but he still has a chance to get things back on track this weekend at the Duluth Invitational.
Lowe has missed the past two weeks with a right arm and rotator cuff injury he sustained in St. Louis when he was bucked off by Speed Demon in 3.44 seconds and the No. 86 bull rider in the world standings is down to his final 25th PBR: Unleash The Beast exemption.
The 24-year-old needs to earn at least 182.5 world points to potentially crack the Top 35 and avoid losing his draw spot.
Lowe, who confirmed with the PBR competition department that he will ride this weekend, is 4-for-16 in seven events and has drawn Wild Goose (4-3, PBR UTB) for Round 1 on Saturday night.
Wild Goose could be exactly the bull the right-hander needs.
The D&H Cattle Company bovine athlete has been ridden in three consecutive outs for an average score of 88.16 points, but Ramon de Lima,Stetson Lawrence and Dener Barbosa are lefties. No righty has covered Wild Goose yet.
Speaking of Lawrence, the No. 9 ranked bull rider is out for this week, and possibly one more week, because of a fractured right ankle. Lawrence sustained the injury attempting to ride Mighty Mouse (6.6 seconds) and is 0-for-3 since getting hurt.
“I will be sure be back for Glendale,” Lawrence said. “I got hung up and stomped on by that little bull. I fractured the inside of my tibia and broke my fibula. It is a little painful on the right side. I am more worried about the actual getoff than the riding. Riding I use my feet quite a bit, but not as much as most riders do.”
For now, Lawrence doesn’t believe he will need surgery. That would be the case if his fractures become displaced (when two ends of a fracture don’t line up straight).
Meanwhile, No. 80 Stormy Wing will have one more guaranteed exemption before being subject to the cutline. Wing is 177.5 points behind No. 35 Tye Chandler and is still in search of his first qualified ride on the premier series (0-for-13).
Wing will square off against Decoded (5-1, PBR UTB).
Three-time World Champion Silvano Alves remains on World Champion Provisional status and has eight events remaining. Alves is 43rd in the world standings and 67.5 points behind Chandler.
Alves has drawn Face Jerker 9000.
No. 51 Sean Willingham is set to compete in his first Unleash The Beast event in two years (Springfield, Missouri, 2015). Willingham’s last premier series win came in 2014 in Duluth and he is in the draw this week as a Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour invite.
The 36-year-old announced earlier he will retire at the end of the season and went on to win the Biloxi, Mississippi, Velocity event on Dec. 9. The Summerville, Georgia, native is coming off a 0-for-2 showing last weekend in Hampton, Virginia, and is 4-for-12 at all levels of competition.
Willingham is 122.5 points behind the Top 35 and takes on Slingin Tears (1-0, PBR UTB).
Bryan Titman has also earned an invite to the Duluth Invitational courtesy of his Velocity Tour win in Greenville, South Carolina. This is his second Unleash The Beast event and he is 97.5 points behind Chandler.
Titman faces Jug Head (2-1, PBR UTB) in Round 1.
There are five riders inside the Top 35 out of competition – No. 7 Derek Kolbaba (torn right ACL/MCL), No. 9 Stetson Lawrence (fractured ankle), No. 11 Gage Gay (reconstructive knee surgery), No. 25 Fraser Babbington(personal decision) and No. 31 Aaron Kleier (personal decision).
Lawrence said he is week to week after breaking his ankle at The American Semi-Finals in Fort Worth, Texas, two weeks ago.
The Williston, North Dakota, bull rider tried to ride through the injury, but has gone
Therefore, No. 37 Nathan Burtenshaw (-12.5 points) and No. 39 Ueberson Duarte (-35 points) are competing as alternates to round out the draw. They take on See Ya and Blue Boy (0-0, PBR UTB), respectively.
World leader Ramon de Lima has drawn Restless Heart (0-0, PBR UTB) and has a 90-point lead atop the world rankings ahead of No. 2 Luciano de Castro.


 In front of more than 15,000 energetic fans over the course of the two-day PBR (Professional Bull Riders) event, BrazilianClaudio Montanha Jr. (Ribeirao dos Indios, Brazil) was victorious in the Championship Round on Sunday at the 25th PBR: Unleash The Beast, Duluth Invitational winning his first buckle of the season at Infinite Energy Arena in Duluth, Georgia.
Montanha Jr. rode Wham Bam (Broken Arrow Bucking Bulls/6-C) for the required 8 in Round 2 to start the day, before earning the highest marks in the Championship Round with 89.50 points aboard Buck John (Broken Arrow Bucking Bulls).
With the win, Montanha Jr. earned 500 points towards the PBR world standings and moved up one spot in the standings from No 4 to No. 3. He also takes home a paycheck of $37,085.00.
With a big day on Sunday, Texan Cody Teel (Kountze, Texas) finished in second place and rose from No. 13 to No. 5 in the world standings. Teel earned 86.25 points on Charge (Broken Arrow Bucking Bulls) in Round 2. The lanky bull rider was all business in the Championship Round when he selected two-time YETI World Champion Bull, Sweet Pro’s Bruiser (D&H Cattle Co./Buck Cattle Co.). But for the second week in a row, Bruiser came out on top as he threw Teel to the ground in 6.15 seconds.
The only other rider to record a score in the championship round was Paris, Tennessee’s Cody Nance. The 30-year old put up 85 points on Church Bells (Melissa Cox/Wallgren Bull Co.) to finish third in Duluth. Opening Championship Sunday, Nance rode Buck Naked (Broken Arrow Bucking Bulls) to 79 points.
Nance earned 300 points towards the world standings along with $13,985. He rose eight spots in the standings, from No. 14 to No. 6.
Eduardo Aparecido (Gouvelandia, Brazil) conquered Zacchaeus (Davis Rodeo Ranch/Fogle) for 85 points in the opening round of the night, but he hit the dirt early in the Championship Round to finish fourth. It’s the second week in a row that Aparecido has finished in the Top-5 of an event, this weekend earning180 world points and $13,985.
Continuing his climb up the world standings, Aparecido is now ranked No. 8 in the world.
Round 1 winner, Tye Chandler (Celina, Texas) earned his best finish of the year with a fifth place showing in the Peach State. Despite not riding either of his bulls on Sunday, Chandler finished the weekend with 120 world points and a paycheck for $7,480.
For the third time this year and the third week in a row, Bruiser was named the YETI “Built for the Wild” Bull of the Event with his buckoff of Teel, which earned him a 45.75-point bull score.
The next event of the 25th PBR: Unleash The Beast schedule is in Albuquerque, N.M. at the famed “Pit” on the campus of the University of New Mexico, March 16-18. The Ty Murray Invitational presented by Isleta Casino and Resort will begin at 7:45 on Friday, 6:45 on Saturday and 1:45 on Sunday.

25th PBR Unleash The Beast
Duluth Invitational
Infinite Energy Arena, Duluth, Georgia
Event Leaders (Round 1-Round 2-Round 3-Event Aggregate-Event Points)
1. Claudio Montanha Jr., 84.75-78-89.5-252.25-500 Points.
2. Cody Teel, 85.75-86.25-0-172.00-310 Points.
3. Cody Nance, 84.75-79-85-248.75-300 Points.
4. Eduardo Aparecido, 86.5-85-0-171.50-180 Points.
5. Tye Chandler, 87-0-0-87.00-120 Points.
6. Luciano De Castro, 0-86-0-86.00-70 Points.
7. Ramon de Lima, 83.25-80.75-0-164.00-65 Points.
(tie). Jess Lockwood, 86.25-0-0-86.25-65 Points.
9. Alex Marcilio, 0-85.75-0-85.75-55 Points.
10. Marco Antonio Eguchi, 86-0-0-86.00-50 Points.
11. Ryan Dirteater, 69-84.25-0-153.25-47.5 Points.
12. Jose Vitor Leme, 0-85.5-0-85.50-40 Points.
(tie). Brennon Eldred, 0-85.5-0-85.50-40 Points.
14. Emilio Resende, 85.5-0-0-85.50-20 Points.
15. Nathan Burtenshaw, 85.25-0-0-85.25-10 Points.
16. Tanner Byrne, 0-84.25-0-84.25-2.5 Points.
17. Chase Robbins, 0-84-0-84.00
18. Fernando Henrique Novais, 81.5-0-0-81.50
19. Cody Campbell, 68.75-0-0-68.75
Dener Barbosa, 0-0-0-0.00
Cooper Davis, 0-0-0-0.00
Guilherme Marchi, 0-0-0-0.00
Valdiron de Oliveira, 0-0-0-0.00
Kaique Pacheco, 0-0-0-0.00
Fabiano Vieira, 0-0-0-0.00
Joao Ricardo Vieira, 0-0-0-0.00
J.B. Mauney, 0-0-0-0.00
Dakota Buttar, 0-0-0-0.00
Brady Oleson, 0-0-0-0.00
Wallace Vieira de Oliveira, 0-0-0-0.00
Juan Carlos Contreras, 0-0-0-0.00
Ueberson Duarte, 0-0-0-0.00
Silvano Alves, 0-0-0-0.00
Bryan Titman, 0-0-0-0.00
Sean Willingham, 0-0-0-0.00
Stormy Wing, 0-0-0-0.00
Mason Lowe, 0-0-0-0.00

2018 Professional Bull Riders 25th PBR: Unleash the Beast World Standings
(Place, Rider, Events, Wins, Top 5's, Points, Total Winnings)

1. Ramon de Lima, 16, 2, 3, 1,740.00, $179,175.00
2. Luciano De Castro, 13, 1, 6, 1,655.00, $100,436.36
3. Claudio Montanha Jr., 17, 1, 6, 1,535.83, $97,826.67
4. Dener Barbosa, 18, 1, 7, 1,465.00, $69,845.00
5. Cody Teel, 15, 0, 5, 965.00, $98,300.95
6. Cody Nance, 12, 1, 2, 948.33, $103,322.27
7. Cooper Davis, 12, 1, 4, 890.00, $132,384.14
8. Eduardo Aparecido, 14, 0, 4, 880.83, $51,611.66
9. Ryan Dirteater, 7, 1, 1, 872.50, $56,750.00
10. Derek Kolbaba, 15, 0, 5, 810.00, $98,542.18
11. Guilherme Marchi, 12, 1, 1, 763.33, $60,756.19
12. Stetson Lawrence, 13, 0, 3, 715.00, $40,361.78
13. Gage Gay, 3, 1, 1, 700.00, $109,425.50
14. Valdiron de Oliveira, 16, 0, 4, 694.16, $31,681.67
15. Jess Lockwood, 12, 1, 3, 680.00, $130,257.86
16. Tanner Byrne, 13, 1, 1, 627.50, $49,814.37
17. Jose Vitor Leme, 15, 1, 4, 567.50, $50,552.44
18. Emilio Resende, 10, 0, 2, 565.00, $34,577.86
19. Keyshawn Whitehorse, 15, 1, 4, 543.33, $34,872.73
20. Kaique Pacheco, 15, 2, 2, 492.50, $51,711.66
21. Marco Antonio Eguchi, 11, 0, 1, 480.00, $25,500.00
22. Fabiano Vieira, 13, 0, 0, 397.50, $29,788.39
22. Brennon Eldred, 12, 0, 3, 397.50, $71,698.54
24. Joao Ricardo Vieira, 14, 0, 1, 387.50, $34,463.11
25. J.B. Mauney, 10, 1, 4, 365.00, $19,800.00
26. Dakota Buttar, 12, 0, 1, 362.50, $27,534.30
27. Alex Marcilio, 11, 0, 2, 360.00, $55,772.24
28. Tye Chandler, 18, 2, 5, 337.50, $26,871.09
29. Fraser Babbington, 7, 2, 5, 330.00, $13,955.03
30. Chase Robbins, 15, 0, 4, 272.50, $33,090.94
31. Cody Campbell, 16, 1, 1, 258.33, $21,917.86
32. Aaron Kleier, 8, 2, 6, 250.00, $19,237.39\
33. Brady Oleson, 14, 1, 5, 245.83, $24,377.29
34. Wallace Vieira de Oliveira, 17, 1, 1, 227.50, $30,166.07
35. Juan Carlos Contreras, 11, 1, 1, 225.00, $18,337.92
36. Nathan Burtenshaw, 14, 1, 2, 215.00, $21,786.33
36. Lindomar Lino, 11, 2, 3, 215.00, $15,787.20
38. Paulo Ferreira Lima, 11, 1, 4, 195.83, $22,495.81
39. Ueberson Duarte, 6, 1, 1, 182.50, $8,960.00
40. Michael Lane, 8, 1, 3, 180.00, $12,850.00
41. Fernando Henrique Novais, 9, 1, 3, 165.00, $10,083.33
42. Lucas Divino, 4, 2, 2, 160.00, $11,181.59
43. Reese Cates, 14, 0, 3, 152.50, $13,200.00
44. Silvano Alves, 14, 0, 1, 150.00, $17,226.66
44. Rubens Barbosa, 15, 0, 3, 150.00, $23,629.61