Spring Creek hosted the first mudder of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series on Saturday in Millville, MN giving Cooper Webb his first Moto win and overall of the season.

Webb, the reigning Supercross Champion, swept Round 8 in pretty convincing fashion by leading the entire way in Moto 1 and taking the holeshot in Moto 2. Webb has not finished a Moto higher than third-place this year and his win moves him from fifth-place to just five points out of third in the Championship standings.

Zach Osborne (4-3) returned from a practice crash that left him sidelined at RedBud and took second on the tie-breaker over Eli Tomac (2-5) who, despite finishing third on the day, extended his lead over Marvin Musquin (3-7), who finished fourth overall, to 38 points. Tomac, the two-time defending Champion, has padded his lead by 12 points in the last two rounds over Musquin.

In the 250 class, Adam Cianciarulo (3-1) grabbed his his sixth Moto win and sixth overall by edging Alex Martin who landed on the podium for the first time this year with a (2-3) day. Hunter Lawrence (1-6) finished third. Cianciarulo extended his Championship points lead by 11 over Dylan Ferrandis (5-4), who finished fourth, and now leads by 36 points.

Check out all the action for Round 8 of the 2019 Motocross season at Spring Creek in Millville, MN. Photos by Ryne Swanberg.

2019 Spring Creek Motocross