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Joel Hetrick Keeps the Momentum Rolling With the Muddy Creek ATVMX National Win

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Coming into the Muddy Creek ATVMX National fresh off his first overall win of the season, Maxxis/Elka/Liquid Wrench/Honda’s Joel Hetrick carried the momentum with him to earn his second win of the season in Blountville, Tennessee today, Saturday, June 3.

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