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Hagerstown/Winchester Shootout - 7/9 Results
07/10/16 at 3:11pm
July 8, 2016
Jackson Lands in Victory Lane for Night #1 of the Hagerstown/Winchester Shootout
HAGERSTOWN, MD (July 8) - Martinsburg, WV’s Keith Jackson earned the outside pole for the Friday special Night One running of the Hagerstown /Winchester Shootout for the Hoosier Tire Super Late Models and made the best of it. The 25-lap feature went all the way under green and he led the entire distance to collect $2,500 for his efforts by running mostly around the top side. Fresh off the Nininger Memorial victory his last trip to the speedway, he carried the momentum into the shootout triumph.
Scott Palmer, who began from fifth, got into the runner up spot and was a strong competitor but unable to reel in Jackson. It was his best showing since moving to the late models this season.
Dale Hollidge set the Penske Shocks Fast Time with a 19.839 second lap earlier in the evening and started on the pole but later finished fourth following the sixth starter of Matt Cosner who was third.
During the feature there were several smaller battles between Cosner, CS Fitzgerald, Trevor Feathers and Jason Covert while the feature continued under green.
“I just needed to hit my marks” Jackson stated. “Lap traffic is always a concern but I felt comfortable.”
Super Late Model heat winners were Hollidge, Jackson and Allen Brannon
In the Cochran Auctioneers Late Model Sportsman, James Lichliter from Maurertown, VA posted his first series triumph.
“I really don’t know what to say,” Lichliter said. “This is very special.”
Rodney Walls finished in the runner up spot with Justin Weaver taking third. Heat winners were Kyle Lear, Bobby Beard and Lichliter
Craig Parrill from Clearbrook,VA picked up his season third win in the Pure Stocks. Brian Luttrell led a few laps at the start but later finished fourth as Jamie Zentmyer took the second spot ahead of David Kaiser. Pure Stock heats went to Zentmyer and Parrill.
In the Mason Dixon Auto Auction Hobby Stocks Jonathan Raley landed in victory lane for the second time while Rich Hulson collected his first E-Mod at the speedway.
Hoosier Tire Super Late Model Feature: 1.Keith Jackson, 2.Scott Palmer, 3.Matt Cosner, 4.Dale Hollidge, 5.CS Fitzgerald, 6.Trevor Feathers, 7.Jason Covert, 8.Glenn Elliott, 9.Brian Tavenner, 10.Kyle Hardy, 11.Allen Brannon, 12.Kenny Moreland, 13.Brad Omps, 14.Jeremy Miller, 15.James Lathroum, 16.Chad Myers, 17.Devin Friese, 18.Jerry Bard, 19.Walter Crouch, 20.Lucas Masiello, 21.Wayne Johnson, 22.Marvin Winters, 23.John McLanigan, 24.Cody Gray DNS – Jonathon DeHaven
Cochran Auctioneers Late Model Sportsman Feature: 1.James Lichliter, 2.Rodney Walls, 3.Justin Weaver, 4.Kyle Lear, 5.Kyle Lee, 6.Wayne Dillman, 7.Bobby Beard, 8.Brayden Anderson, 9.Bruce Kane, 10.Alan Sagi, 11.Kris Eaton, 12.Cam Zeigler, 13.Kevin Palmer, 14.Eddie Cornett, 15.John Rowland, 16.Larry Neiderer, 17.Elwood Sord, 18.Chaz Walls, 19.Darin Helman, 20.Robbie Black DNS – Ronnie Bottenfield, Cody Kershner and Matt Murphy
Pure Stock Feature: 1.Craig Parrill, 2.Jamie Zentmyer, 3.David Kaiser, 4.Brian Luttrell, 5.Keith Koontz, 6.Dwayne Snyder, 7.Brian Swiger, 8.Frank Dibella, 9.Chris Ebersole, 10.Jeff Dillon, 11.Shane Wilt, 12.Jeremy Mills, 13.Carl Biddle, DNS Sean Dawson
Mason Dixon Auto Auction Hobby Stocks Feature: 1.Jonathan Raley, 2.Dylan Rutherford, 3.Michael Warrenfeltz, 4.Shawn Shoemaker, 5.Jamie Mills, 6.David Green, 7.Tyle Gray, 8.Marshall McMullen, 9.John Catlett, 10.Bryan Morris, 11.Gary Proctor, 12.James Givens, 13.Rodney Miner, DNS – David Gross, Jonathon Oliver DQ - Matt Wampler, Brandon Inglish
E-Mods Feature: 1.Rich Hulson, 2.James Sparks, 3.Alyssa Rowe, 4.Ryne Pennington, 5.Derek Deuesenberry, 6.Brandon LaSalle, 7.Rusty Pennington, 8.Mike Corbin, 9.Haley Kaiser, 10.Ed Vogel
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Re: Hagerstown/Winchester Shootout - 7/9 Results
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07/10/16 at 3:16pm
July 9, 2016
Hollidge Continues Late Model Win Tear, Takes Winchester Fourth
Roberson Repeats in RUSH Crates
by Doug Watson
WINCHESTER, VA (July 9) - When your hot, your hot, and such was the case for Dale Hollidge last Saturday night at Winchester Speedway. Hollidge rolled to his fourth Winchester feature win of the season in last Saturday nights 35-lap Winchester/Hagerstown shoot-out event. The win for Hollidge, worth $2500, was his 9th overall Late Model win of the 2016 campaign and it came steering his potent Greg Gunter owned Rocket XR-1 no.0.
Hollidge and Matt Cosner shared the front row for the start with Hollidge vaulting into the race lead as the field raced into turn one. From that point on, it would be a race for second, as Hollidge was the class of the field and would eventually lead all 35-circuits to score the convincing win. “I let one get away last night at Hagerstown and I didn’t wasn’t going to let that happen tonight.” Hollidge stated post race. “The track was slick tonight and we were really good on the bottom, I knew I had to get to the front first at the start.” The only scare Hollidge faced during the race was lapped cars midway through the event. “They held their line, but they were tough to pass.” Said Hollidge. “I didn’t want to come off the bottom to try and pass them, but we were able to get through until we got a caution which gave us a clean race track.” Cosner held tough for second, Keith Jackson took third, Jeremy Miller (In his Winchester debut) was fourth with Scott Palmer completing the top-five. Heats for the 20 cars entered went to Hollidge and Cosner.
Logan Roberson prevailed for his 2nd Winchester feature win of the season in the 20-lap RUSH Crate Late Model main. Roberson, who lined up fifth for the start, passed race long leader Darin Henderson on the 16th lap and would then pace the remaining circuits to score the win aboard his MasterSbilt no.17R. “The top of the track just came to us here tonight.” Roberson stated in victory lane. I followed the leaders on the bottom for a bunch of laps and decided to try the top and the car stuck and we were able to get the lead.” Henderson held tough for second with Tyler Hoy, Transtan Stoner and Steve Lowery rounding out the top-five. Heats went to Heats went to Lowery and Kris Eaton.
In support class action, Craig Parill took his first win of the season in the 15-lap Pure Stock feature, Mark Pollard took a thrilling win in the 15-lap U-Car main with Tyler Gray collecting his third feature win of the season in the nightcap 15-lap Enduro Stock feature.
Late Model feature finish
1. Dale Hollidge 2. Matt Cosner 3. Keith Jackson 4. Jeremy Miller 5. Scott Palmer 6. Jamie Lathroum 7. Jason Covert 8. Kyle Hardy 9. Brian Tavenner 10. Walter Crouch 11. Brad Omps 12. Travis Stickley 13. Cody Gray 14. Allan Brannon 15. Trever Feathers 16. Jason Miller 17. Reese Masiello 18. Mike Steck 19. Tommy Armel 20. Jonathan DeHaven (DNS)
RUSH Crate Late Model feature finish
1. Logan Roberson 2. Darin Henderson 3. Tyler Hoy 4. Transtan Stoner 5. Steve Lowery 6. Austin Stover 7. Jacob Piper 8. Mike Franklin 9. Kris Eaton 10. Dave Friedrich 11. Matt Tarbox 12. Jennae Piper 13. Ryan Clement 14. Scott Sweeney 15. Timmy Booth 16. Joe Hall 17. Levi Crowl 18. Greg Carrico
Pure Stock feature finish
1. Craig Parrill 2. David Kaiser 3. Chris Sumption 4. Jeremy Tinsman 5. Brian Luttrell 6. Keith Koontz 7. Rob Nichols 8. Jamie Zentmyer 9. Mike Grady Jr. 10. Dickie Tharp 11. Sam Crouch 12. Mike Bennett 13. Tony Catlett 14. Rick Stouffer 15. Dwayne Snyder 16. Troy Kassiris 17. Reese Alley 18. Tyler Gray
U-Car feature finish
1. Mark Pollard 2. Jason Wilkins 3. Kevin Oates 4. Jeff Wilkins 5. Jacob Lweis 6. Gene Wilson 7. Clay Guinn 8. Jeff Heflin 9. John Cox 10. Randy Wilkins 11. Joe Yablonski 12. Austin Nichols 13. Larry Lamb 14. Chris Harpine 15. TJ Collins 16. Brent Howell 17. Ricky Pier 18. Kyle Wilson 19. Ben Pirner 20. Justin Bowley 21. Allen Griffith
Enduro Stock feature finish
1. Tyler Gray 2. Bryan Neff 3. Kevin Lee 4. Paul Jones 5. Ralph Hansberger 6. William Crook 7. Allen Jones 8. Ricky Feltner 9. Mark Vegh 10. Terry Leach 11. Tommy Caravello
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