By Don Cook
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale)
June 6 (Saturday)
Lil George White was the big winner at Kennedale Speedway Park Saturday night. George White, No. 10, lead every lap of the exciting 20-lap RaceSaver Sprint feature. Justin Melton, No. 11, was second, Marcus Thomas, No. 15t, had a good run to finish third, Josh Hawkins, No. 80, was fourth and Logan Payne, No. 2x, was fifth. Melton, Debrick, Dowd, Emersom, and Wilson, round out the top ten. Jeff Emerson, No. 35, who was in second at the time, was involved in a bad wreck with Chad Wilson, No. 20, on the front straight. Chris Kelley, No. 32k, was also involved in a bad wreck during the feature. None of the drivers appeared to be injured. Seventeen cars started the feature.
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IMCA Modified Winner: "Downtown" Scotty Brown, No. 144, won a wild one. George White, No. 10, looked like he was going to pick up his second feature win of the evening, but with less than ten laps to go, he pulled off. That put Tommy Williams, No. 151, in charge, but a hard charging Jeff Emerson, No. 35, powered his way passed him to take the lead. Jeff was in control until a caution came out with one lap to go. He was not able to get his car started, so Tommy Williams took the lead back. On the final lap, Scotty Brown managed to power past Williams for the win. Waco's Kevin Green, No. 5, was third, John Gober, No. 52, was fourth and Jason Sartain, No. 744, was fifth. Martin, Carter, Pike, Bransom, and Montgomery, round out the top ten. A full field of twenty–four cars started the feature.
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IMCA SportMod Winner: Jacob Pirkle, No. 141, powered his way to the front to take the SportMod feature. Jeffrey Abbey, No. 37, was second, Damon Hammond, No. 116, was third, Michael Newheart, No. 14n, was fourth and John Herring, No. $100, was fifth. Skinner, Freeman, LIich, Knight, and Noel, round out the top ten. Twenty-two cars started the feature.
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IMCA Stock Car: Looked like No. 99, was the feature winner, but he was later DQ. Opening the way for Brandon Taylor, No. 5, to take the win. Kirk Martin, No. 69, was third, Westin Abbey, No. 12, was fourth and Ryan Powers, No. 12, was fifth. Nabors, Hammond, Bransom, Bissonette, and Ludwick, round out the top ten. Twenty-two cars started the feature.
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Factory Stock Winner: Randy Buttery, No. 06, best the field to take the win. Chase Neil, No. 410, was second, Jeff Sonntag, No. 26s, was third, Jonathan Capps, No. 5j, was fourth and Ricky Sessions, No. 09, was fifth. Shackleford, Hill, Lough, Zilka, and Cook, round out the top ten. Twenty-four cars started the feature. Forty Factory Stocks were in the pits.
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Jr. Mini Stock Winner: Cameron Cook, No. 04, was the winner. Jerrett Bransom, No. 29, was second, Blake Clark, No. 88, was third, Patrick Bailey, No. 5x, was fourth and Casey Merrel, No. 41, was fifth. Twelve cars started the feature. Cameron also won at Heart O Texas Speedway Friday night.
Wing Modified Winner: Dale Wester, No. 12, made a last lap pass to win the feature. David Williams, No. 22, was second, Dustin Mooney, No. 05, was third, Nick Cooper, No. 77, was fourth and Kadale Kolar, No. 33, was fifth. Fifteen cars started the feature.
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