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48 Teams Compete at the 2020 Oil City Classic

July 1, 2020

TULSA, Okla. – The 2020 Oil City Classic, held here at Carl Smith Sports Complex, June 18-21, saw 48 teams from eight states compete across 12 divisions.

Along with Oklahoma, states represented included Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Texas.

In the five-team Men’s 50 Major Plus/Major Division, top seed Dudley Lightning (MO), the lone Major Plus team in the division, went 2-0 in the single-elimination bracket, including a 23-19 win over Team Arkansas Miken/Worth in the championship game.

In the three-team Men’s 50 AAA Division, top seed KC Vintage (MO) defeated 417 Legends (MO) 38-28 in the championship game.

Scrap Iron Mile High Hitmen (CO) finished in third place.

In another three-team division, the Men’s 55 Major Division, Rock N Legends 9 (TX) knocked off top seed American Mortgage Pro’s (OK) 17-9 in the championship game. Dudley Lightning (MO) finished in third place.

In the five-team Men’s 55 AAA/AA Division, KC Stampede (MO) survived the single-elimination bracket going 2-0, including a 22-18 win over STL Road Dogs (MO) in the championship game.

Top seed Dudley Lightning Midwest (MO) won the four-team Men’s 60 Major Division, going 3-0 in the double-elimination bracket, including a 19-16 win over Mayhem (OK) in the championship game.

Scrap iron Rocky Mountain Thunder (CO) finished in third place.

In the six-team Men’s 60 AAA Division, top seed Big Daddy’s Donuts (MO) came back to avenge its 17-14 loss against 50 Caliber Silver St. Louis (MO) in the championship game, with a thrilling 16-15 win in the “if” game.

Texas Thunder finished in third place after going 2-1 in the elimination side of the bracket.

In the three-team Men’s 60 AA Division, top seed Bucks Run Farms (NE) edged out Texas Legends 14-13 in the championship game.

OKC RedHawks (OK) finished in third place

In the three-team Men’s 65 Major Division, top seed BlueSpeed AV (MO) claimed the division with a 22-13 win over Scrap Iron High Octane (CO) in the championship game.

KC Kids finished in third place.

The four-team Men’s 65 AAA Division saw Scrap Iron Classics (CO) go 3-0 in the bracket, including a 30-17 win over Plainsmen (NE) in the championship game.

50 Caliber 65s (MO) finished in third place.

In the three-team Men’s 65AA/70 AA Division, top seed STL Vision 70s defeated Oklahoma Street Outlaws 25-18 in the championship game.

R & D Leverage (MO) finished in third place.

The three-team Men’s 70 Major/75 Major Division, featured OK-ARK 70 (OK) downing KC Kids 70 (KS) in the championship game. Hill Contracting 75 (TX) was the third team.

In the six-team Men’s 70 AAA Division, USA Patriots (OK) went 4-0 in bracket play, including a 25-6 win over Srcap Iron 5280 (CO) in the championship game. Scrap Iron 5280 have won three straight elimination games en route to their runner-up finish.

Grey Sox (TX) finished in third place.

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