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Owens sweeps Arenacross Southaven

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On March 4, 2017 at 12:42 am EST

Jace Owen dominated the show on Friday night at the Landers Center in Southaven, Miss. He won both main events in addition to the RMATV/MC Head 2 Head Challenge.

Owen has won 10 Main Event races this season in the AMSOIL Arenacross season.

Jace Owen (Photo by AMSOIL Arenacross)

Jace Owen (Photo by AMSOIL Arenacross)

In the challenge, he faced off against Chris Blosé. He had the early advantage, before Owen took the lead late. For the win, Owen received two championship bonus points.

Then, in the first 250 AX Main Event, the Matoon, Ill. Native won the race. Gavin Faith was the second-place finisher, while Daniel Herrlein was the third-place finisher.

In the final 250 AX Main Event, Owen also won this race. However, the podium next to him changed.

Herrlein was the second-place finisher in this race. Faith fell to the third-place spot.

Ryan Breece won the Western Regional AX Lites race on his Kawasaki. Scott Zont, also on a Kawasaki, was the second-place finisher. KTM rider Hunter Sayles was the third-place finisher.

Breece is the Western Regional AX Lites Class Championship standings with 31 points. Sayles and Jared Lesler both have 25 points — and are both tied in second-place.

Owen leads the 250 AX Class Championship standings with 286 points. Faith has 261 points for second-place, while Matt Goerke is in third-place with 248 points.

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