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2022 PALA 2 PRO MOTOCROSS FINALE RESULTS

The final race of the 2022 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season  arrived at Fox Raceway on the Pala Reservation this weekend, exactly where it started back in May. The 450 championship couldn’t have had a more dramatic finish with Eli Tomac clinging to a one-point lead over Chase Sexton. The two riders didn’t waste any time in the first moto, battling bar to bar for the holeshot. Chase would lead most of  the race, but Eli picked the right moment to strike. They battled to the end with Eli coming out on top.  In the process, they beat the rest of the field by over a minute. In the second moto, Chase and Eli never really met. Neither was up front in the first turn, and then Chase fell (more than once). They still finished one-two, but the championship was Eli’s. The 250 class was less dramatic, with Jett Lawrence only needing a 12th-place finish in one moto in order to clinch his second title. Jett won the first moto while Jo Shimoda  was involved in a collision with Hunter Lawrence that left him in fourth. Jo won the next moto to earn second overall behind Jett’s 1-2 score and ahead of Justin Cooper’s 3-3. For full coverage of the 2022 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season, click here.

450 OVERALL

1. Eli Tomac 1/1


2. Chase Sexton 2/2


3. Jason Anderson 4/3


4. Christian Craig 3/4


5. Justin Barcia 5/6


6. Aaron Plessinger 7/7


7. Benny Bloss 6/8


8. Ryan Dungey 10/5


9. Ken Roczen 8/13


10. Dean Wilson 13/9


11. Grant Harlan 12/11


12. Fredrik Noren 9/14


13. Shane McElrath 16/10


14. Marshal Weltin 14/12


15. Bryson Gardner 17/15


16. Garrett Marchbanks 11/36


17. Tristan Lane 19/16


18. Malcolm Stewart 15/40


19. Brayden Lessler 20/17


20. Scott Meshey 40/18


21. Justin Rodbell 18/28


22. Kyle Greeson 22/19


23. Justin Jones 28/20


24. Josh Mosiman 23/21


25. Bryce Hammond 21/23


26. Alain Schafer 26/22


27. Cristian Furlotti 27/24


28. Izaih Clark 25/27


29. Clayton Tucker 29/26


30. Joan Cros Cortes 24/35


31. Wyatt Lyonsmith 31/29


32. Connor Olson 30/31


33. Matias Pavez 39/25


34. Kolton Dean 35/30


35. Jackson Gray 34/32


36. Kayden Palmer 32/37


37. Dominic DeSimone 37/33


38. Jerry Robin 33/39


39. Colby Copp 38/38


40. Chase Adams -/34


41. Jace Kessler 36/-

450 STANDINGS

1. Eli Tomac 546


2. Chase Sexton 539


3. Jason Anderson 440


4. Ken Roczen 394


5. Christian Craig 373


6. Ryan Dungey 359


7. Aaron Plessinger 322


8. Justin Barcia 303


9. Joseph Savatgy 222


10. Shane McElrath 213


11. Benny Bloss 172


12. Garrett Marchbanks 172


13. Alex Martin 152


14. Fredrik Noren 141


15. Marshal Weltin 134


16. Antonio Cairoli 97


17. Brandon Hartranft 89


18. Dean Wilson 63


19. Malcolm Stewart 61


20. Josh Gilbert 51


21. Grant Harlan 47


22. Max Anstie 45


23. Justin Rodbell 45


24. Dylan Ferrandis 43


25. Chris Canning 43


26. Henry Miller 34


27. Cullin Park 23


28. Bryson Gardner 23


29. Tristan Lane 21


30. Kyle Chisholm 20


31. Jerry Robin 20


32. Tyler Stepek 15


33. Jeremy Hand 14


34. Ryan Surratt 11


35. Felix Lopez 8


36. Vincent Luhovey 8


37. Carson Brown 7


38. Brayden Lessler 5


39. Scott Meshey 5


40. Jeffrey Walker 3


41. Jeremy Smith 2


42. Kyle Greeson 2


43. Izaih Clark 2


44. Cade Clason 2


45. Justin Cokinos 2


46. Justin Bogle 2


47 .Keylan Meston 1


48. Justin Jones 1

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250 OVERALL

1. Jett Lawrence 1/2


2. Jo Shimoda 4/1


3. Justin Cooper 3/3


4. Hunter Lawrence 2/5


5. RJ Hampshire 7/4


6. Seth Hammaker 6/7


7. Marvin Musquin 5/9


8. Maximus Vohland 12/6


9. Nathanael Thrasher 14/8


10. Carson Mumford 10/12


11. Derek Kelley 11/13


12. Cameron Mcadoo 8/17


13. Haiden Deegan 16/10


14. Pierce Brown 9/19


15. Chance Hymas 20/11


16. Jalek Swoll 13/18


17. Talon Hawkins 18/14


18. Joshua Varize 17/15


19. Ryder DiFrancesco 15/31


20. Slade Smith 25/16


21. Matthew Leblanc 19/34


22. Max Miller 30/20


23. Brock Bennett 22/23


24. Luca Marsalisi 28/21


25. Ryder Floyd 26/24


26. Zack Williams 31/22


27. Hardy Munoz 21/35


28. Tyler Stepek 32/26


29. Blake Ashley 34/25


30. Preston Kilroy 23/36


31. Chandler Baker 29/33


32. Brandon Ray 39/27


33. Jason Fichera 38/28


34. Brian Medeiros 40/32


35. Charles Tolleson 35/38


36. Hunter Cross 33/40


37. Brantley Schnell 37/39


38. Derek Drake 24/-


39. Tyson Johnson 27/-


40. Ethan Day -/29


41. Konnor Visger -/30


42. Bryson Raymond 36/-


43. Brandon Sussman -/37

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250 STANDINGS

1. Jett Lawrence 525


2. Jo Shimoda 480


3. Hunter Lawrence 468


4. Justin Cooper 415


5. RJ Hampshire 346


6. Maximus Vohland 303


7. Seth Hammaker 256


8. Nathanael Thrasher 251


9. Michael Mosiman 208


10. Pierce Brown 198


11. Levi Kitchen 193


12. Stilez Robertson 169


13. Derek Kelley 157


14. Jalek Swoll 142


15. Joshua Varize 141


16. Nicholas Romano 133


17. Carson Mumford 90


18. Cameron Mcadoo 83


19. Preston Kilroy 74


20. Derek Drake 72


21. Matthew Leblanc 71


22. Ryder DiFrancesco 67


23. Ty Masterpool 53


24. Josiah Natzke 45


25. Guillem Farres 40


26. Austin Forkner 30


27. Marvin Musquin 28


28. Christopher Prebula 25


29. Dilan Schwartz 22


30. Jorgen Talviku 19


31. Brandon Ray 19


32. Lance Kobusch 18


33. Talon Hawkins 17


34. Haiden Deegan 16


35. Max Miller 14


36. Dylan Walsh 12


37. Chance Hymas 11


38. Kaeden Amerine 10


39. Zack Williams 10


40. Enzo Lopes 9


41. Tyler Stepek 8


42. Luca Marsalisi 8


43. Hardy Munoz 7


44. James Harrington 6


45. Slade Smith 6


46. Chandler Baker 6


47. Marcus Phelps 4


48. Romain Pape 4


49. Jack Chambers 3


50. Austin Black 3


51. Kyle Murdoch 3


52. Tyson Johnson 1


53. Cole Harkins 1

450 QUALIFYING

1 Eli Tomac 2:24.345


2 Jason Anderson 2:24.718


3 Chase Sexton 2:25.149


4 Ryan Dungey 2:26.093


5 Ken Roczen 2:26.137


6 Aaron Plessinger 2:26.450


7 Christian Craig 2:26.584


8 Benny Bloss 2:27.735


9 Garrett Marchbanks 2:27.946


10 Justin Barcia 2:29.176


11 Dean Wilson 2:30.465


12 Marshal Weltin 2:30.796


13 Fredrik Noren 2:31.862


14 Jerry Robin 2:32.350


15 Malcolm Stewart 2:32.422


16 Shane McElrath 2:32.658


17 Grant Harlan 2:33.957


18 Bryson Gardner 2:34.145


19 Alex Martin 2:34.298


20 Justin Rodbell 2:35.162


21 Izaih Clark 2:35.217


22 Brayden Lessler 2:35.578


23 Tristan Lane 2:36.547


24 Cristian Furlotti 2:37.029


25 Kayden Palmer 2:37.147


26 Alain Schafer 2:37.189


27 Justin Jones 2:37.516


28 Scott Meshey 2:37.713


29 Kyle Greeson 2:37.798


30 Jackson Gray 2:37.983


31 Josh Mosiman 2:38.231


32 Clayton Tucker 2:38.900


33 Connor Olson 2:38.964


34 Matias Pavez 2:39.428


35 Wyatt Lyonsmith 2:39.689


36 Joan Cros Cortes 2:40.373


TOP 36 RIDERS QUALIFY


37 Devon Bates 2:40.493


38 Colby Copp 2:40.903


39 Kolton Dean 2:41.182


40 Bryce Hammond 2:41.538


41 Kyle Krell 2:41.999


42 Jace Kessler 2:42.475


43 Dylan Gaszak 2:42.982


44 Christopher Venditti 2:45.047


45 Nicholas Nisbet 2:45.071


46 Dominic DeSimone 2:46.128


47 Lucas Lamborn 2:46.484


48 Wade Huffman 2:46.921


49 Chase Adams 2:48.349


50 Rafael Chao 2:50.058


51 Isaac Langston 2:53.886


52 Brent Burkhart 2:54.970


53 Brad Burkhart 3:00.968


54 Doug Manhire 3:04.193


55 Tyler Maddox 3:35.770

250 QUALIFYING

1 Jett Lawrence 2:26.061


2 Justin Cooper 2:26.623


3 RJ Hampshire 2:28.108


4 Nathanael Thrasher 2:28.140


5 Hunter Lawrence 2:28.264


6 Jo Shimoda 2:28.539


7 Seth Hammaker 2:28.560


8 Haiden Deegan 2:29.040


9 Marvin Musquin 2:29.115


10 Maximus Vohland 2:29.468


11 Chance Hymas 2:29.675


12 Joshua Varize 2:29.988


13 Carson Mumford 2:30.123


14 Pierce Brown 2:30.130


15 Ryder DiFrancesco 2:30.268


16 Jalek Swoll 2:30.463


17 Cameron Mcadoo 2:30.627


18 Derek Drake 2:30.783


19 Derek Kelley 2:31.060


20 Preston Kilroy 2:32.456


21 Talon Hawkins 2:33.084


22 Matthew Leblanc 2:33.241


23 Tyson Johnson 2:33.396


24 Brandon Ray 2:34.510


25 Hunter Cross 2:35.064


26 Slade Smith 2:36.210


27 Hardy Munoz 2:36.331


28 Max Miller 2:36.341


29 Brock Bennett 2:36.495


30 Tyler Stepek 2:37.089


31 Ryder Floyd 2:38.288


32 Luca Marsalisi 2:38.558


33 Chandler Baker 2:41.706


34 Zack Williams 2:41.738


35 Blake Ashley 2:42.093


36 Bryson Raymond 2:43.045


TOP 36 RIDERS QUALIFY


37 Brantley Schnell 2:45.057


38 Charles Tolleson 2:45.552


39 Brandon Pederson 2:47.658


40 Jason Fichera 2:49.058


41 Jesse Jacobsen 2:49.118


42 Brian Medeiros 2:49.272


43 Brandon Sussman 2:49.816


44 Jayce Baldwin 2:50.275


45 Mason Olson 2:50.452


46 Konnor Visger 2:51.614


47 Ethan Day 2:51.710


48 Jordan Jarvis 2:52.600


49 Robert Bailey 2:54.831


50 Cale Kuchnicki 2:55.092


51 Logan Boye 2:55.496


52 Addison Emory IV 2:55.800


53 Jeremy McCool 2:55.919


54 Skyler Adams 3:00.352


55 Jonah Geistler 3:01.244


56 Brett Stralo 3:05.383


57 Nicholas Neys 3:09.417


58 Thomas Welch 3:12.058

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Panthers outlast Hurricanes in 4th OT in 6th-longest game in NHL history

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Carolina Hurricanes and Florida Panthers seemed determined to keep playing. And playing. And playing.

The teams opened their Eastern Conference final playoff series with Florida’s 3-2 victory in four overtimes early Friday, with the game ranking as the sixth-longest game in NHL history.

Matthew Tkachuk’s goal came at the 19:47 mark of the fourth OT to end this one, which marked the 15th four-overtime game in NHL history and the longest game in franchise history for each team.

The longest game in NHL history came on March 24, 1936, when the Detroit Red Wings beat the Montreal Maroons 1-0 in the sixth overtime on Mud Bruneteau’s goal at 116 minutes, 30 seconds of extra play.

Florida’s previous record for longest game was 104:31 in Game 4 of the 1996 Stanley Cup final against Colorado. Carolina’s previous record was 114:47 for Game 3 of the 2002 Stanley Cup final.

The only good news for the teams is they had an extended break before this series began. Carolina closed out New Jersey exactly a week earlier, while Florida eliminated Toronto a day later.

But this game ended roughly six hours after Thursday night’s puck drop, and the teams have a Game 2 in less than 48 hours.

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MADRID (AP) — The investigation ordered by Barcelona into its controversial payments for refereeing reports found no evidence of corruption by the club, president Joan Laporta said Monday.

Laporta reiterated that the club’s payments over several years to the company owned by the vice president of Spain’s refereeing committee were only for technical reports and not to influence referees. He said he believed there were no ethics breach and that Barcelona was the victim of a campaign to hurt its reputation.

“This is one of the most ferocious attacks in our history,” Laporta said. “I ask FC Barcelona supporters to be as united as ever in defense of our crest, our essence, and our ownership model. No campaign to discredit us will prevent us from continuing to be an organization of reference in the world of sports that is beloved and admired by millions of Catalans and by many more millions of people around the world.”

It was the first time Laporta spoke at a news conference to give explanations after it became public that the club paid 7.3 million euros ($8 million) from 2001-18 to the company of then committee vice president José María Enríquez Negreira. Prosecutors have accused Barcelona of alleged corruption in sports, fraudulent management, and falsification of mercantile documentation.

Barcelona opened the probe to look into the actions of all the different presidential administrations that made payments over the years, including Laporta’s first at the club. The investigation was conducted by an external company.

The club said the probe found that “no conducts of a criminal nature associated to sporting corruption have been identified, nor are there any grounds to investigate any form of criminal activity associated to bribery.” It added there was “official documentation on the invoices and payments” for the services of “scouting and advice regarding referees, which are common practices in the professional sports sector.”

“Consulting on technical-refereeing issues does not constitute any type of illegal act,” Laporta said. “Consulting, as is done by the big clubs, that was carried out transparently, with the corresponding invoices, at least in my first mandate as president.”

The probe found 629 technical refereeing reports and 43 CDs that the club received over 18 years for what Laporta called “market price.” More reports were likely lost over time, he said.

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“I reiterate with all my resolve, I am convinced that FC Barcelona has not committed any crime of sports-related corruption. I hope that sooner rather than later, it is fully exonerated,” he said. “Accusations must be proven. We live by the rule of law, which guarantees among its basic principles the presumption of innocence.”

He said that if there were any irregularities committed by Negreira, Barcelona would be a victim of them. He also said Negreira was not in a position to directly influence referees, and that it was Negreira’s son who actually produced the refereeing reports.

“I dare anyone to show an instance in which Barcelona was favored in a match because of these payments,” Laporta said. “We will allow the justice system to do its work and I’m sure that Barcelona will be cleared. I am fully convinced that FC Barcelona has never performed any act with the intention of altering the competition to gain an advantage.”

The Spanish league, Real Madrid and other clubs have been among those taking part in the legal proceedings against Barcelona. Laporta criticized league president Javier Tebas for making accusations against Barcelona, and also took a shot at rival Madrid.

“Everyone knows that Real Madrid is a club that is historically favored by refereeing mistakes,” he said.

Laporta said Barcelona has always been a club that takes pride in its values, and it would never want to win anything with outside help.

“Throughout its 123-year history, FC Barcelona has always been a model of fair play, both on and off the field,” he said. “If we have won for so many decades, it has undoubtedly been a result of effort, talent and knowledge.”

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Silicon Valley city councilman has been charged with perjury after he allegedly lied about leaking a grand jury report to the San Francisco 49ers last year that detailed a purportedly unethical relationship between the team and the city council, prosecutors said Friday.

Santa Clara City Councilmember Anthony Becker is accused of providing the secret report titled “Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Santa Clara City Council” to the team’s former top spokesperson and a local media outlet in 2022, days ahead of its official release.

Becker then allegedly lied to the grand jury about the leak, prosecutors said, prompting the criminal charges.

The 49ers play in Levi’s Stadium in the city of Santa Clara, about 35 miles (56.33 kilometers) south of San Francisco. Santa Clara County is broadly considered home to Silicon Valley.

The city of Santa Clara owns the stadium and leases it to the team; fighting between the two groups has led to ethics complaints, legal disputes and years of bad blood.

Al Guido, the team’s president, and Larry MacNeil, the former CFO who worked extensively on the team’s stadium project, were named in the indictment as witnesses who spoke to the criminal grand jury for Becker’s indictment.

“The 49ers have cooperated fully with the District Attorney’s Office in their investigation, and will continue to do so,” team spokesperson Brian Brokaw said in a statement Friday. “However, because this is an ongoing legal matter, the organization is not able to make any further comment at this time.”

Prosecutors say the team has bankrolled Becker’s political career by spending $3.2 million through independent expenditure committees for his 2020 city council race, which he won, as well as his unsuccessful 2022 mayoral bid.

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The “Unsportsmanlike Conduct” report alleged that Becker and four other councilmembers regularly voted “in a manner that is favorable to the 49ers” and would routinely meet with the team’s lobbyists but not disclose what was discussed.

Becker faces a felony charge of perjury under oath, as well as a misdemeanor charge of willful failure to perform duty. He is scheduled to be arraigned Monday.

Becker did not immediately respond to requests for comment Friday, and it was not clear whether he had an attorney who could speak on his behalf.

“Councilmember Becker violated the public’s trust,” Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen said in a statement. “That an elected official would commit perjury and lie under oath before the grand jury strikes at the very heart of our justice system and requires accountability.”

Representatives for the Santa Clara City Council did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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