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Sellout crowd packs Kicker Arenacross show in Amarillo

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Thousands of spectators crammed into the Amarillo National Center Saturday night for an exciting Kicker Arenacross show.

Even some of the NewsChannel 10 A-Team Early show folks made it out. Allan Gwyn, Angie Winn and Ashley Paradez kicked off the show,getting the crowd pumped. It was a sellout crowd of 5,000 people or more, standing room only. From four-wheelers, to motorcross bikes, it was a show full of excitement, revving engines, and daring jumps.

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