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Krans sweeps, Burrows ‘King’

Florence’s Blake Drewa, right, won both the Hillclimb and Hillcross 120 Stock Kids Final at Keyes Peak. Harvey, Michigan’s, Rylan Rose, left, took second place.

Aurora’s Tony Krans swept every class at Saturday’s Wisconsin State Championship Hillcross, and South Haven, Michigan’s, Cory Burrows edged out Menomonee, Michigan’s, Layne Stank to win the Mid America Championship Hillclimb.  Both events took place Feb. 3 at Keyes Peak in Florence.

Krans won his second straight TOP DOG at the Wisconsin State Championship Hillcross, sanctioned by the Mid America Snow & Terrain Expert Racers (MASTERS).  Krans held off Hastings, Minnesota’s, Luke Maher in Hillcross’s Featured Class.

Burrows qualified for the King of the Hill Shoot-out by winning both the Pro Mod 600 and Pro Open Stock class.  Stank won three classes; Pro Open Mod, Pro Stock 850, and Pro Stock 600.  Stank earned three runs in the King of the Hill and Burrows had two shots at the steep Keyes Peak cliff.

For the full story, see this week’s issue of The Florence Mining News.