Four American Flat Track riders with Lancaster County ties competed Saturday on the Route 66 Speedway in the Chicago (Ill.) Half-Mile. They combined for four top-10 finishes, three top-five finishes, two top-three finishes and one first-place finish.

Below is a look at those results.

SuperTwins: Pequea Valley alum Jared Mees (No. 9 Indian Motorcycle/Progressive Insurance FTR750) took third place in the AFT Mission SuperTwins main event, just seconds back of first-place Briar Bauman, who is the husband of Shayna Texter. Mees now owns three top-three finishes in four races so far this season, currently sitting in third place in the overall points standings for the SuperTwins class.

Production Twins: Willow Street resident Cory Texter (No. 65 G&G Racing/Roof Systems Yamaha MT-07) won the AFT Production Twins main event on the back of a Yamaha MT-07. It’s his second first-place finish of the season, and third top-three finish in four races, good enough for first place in the overall points standings in the Production Twins class.

“I know these guys are super talented -- they’re probably more talented than me,” Texter was quoted saying on “But I just don’t feel like anybody is putting the work in that I am, day after day, and I have to because these guys are such good riders.”

Four spots behind Texter was Garden Spot alum Ryan Varnes (No. 68 RVR/RoyBuilt Don’s Kawasaki Ninja 650), who placed fifth, logging his second top-five finish of the season. Varnes is currently in fifth place in the overall points standings on the season.

Singles: Competing in the AFT Singles main event, Lancaster native Shayna Texter-Bauman (No. 52 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 450 SX-FFE) placed 10th. Along with a pair of first-place finishes in the first two races of the season, Texter-Bauman sits fourth in the overall points standings in the Singles division. Texter-Bauman is still the winningest AFT rider in singles division history. Her accomplishments were recently featured on

The next American Flat Track event is scheduled for June 18 in Oklahoma.

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