The Insinger Performance Modifieds kicked off the feature events Saturday night. They ran a distance of 35-laps in memorial of George Williams. Russell Morseman and Brandon Martin set the first row as Tony Van Pelt dropped the green flag. Jumbled up Morseman grabbed the lead. Early race cautions still put Morseman on top until Cory Costa made his way to the top three.
After falling back early in the race Costa found himself in second on lap 12. Josh Keesey who started 13th made his way up to the top ten and slowly broke his way into the top five. Costa stretched his lead out with Donnie Lawson battling his way to try and take the lead.
Costa clinched the win with Lawson, Cartwright, Keesey and Morseman in tow.
Adam DelGrosso and Ryan Austin went first off the starting grid for the Johnson’s Auto Supply FWD. Austin grabbed the win with DelGrosso taking for second.
The Cummings Trucking RUSH Crate Late Models rolled off third. Steve LeBarron, found himself on the pole with Kane Stebbins to the outside. LeBarron grabbed the lead off the start.
Jason Knowles who started in eighth found himself battling LeBarron for first place on lap 5. While Knowels and LeBarron battled, the Waters boys teamed up and starting working their way up through the field.
LeBarron, Knowles and Kurt Stebbins battled for the lead. LeBarron came out on top with Knowles, Kurt Stebbins, Brian Knowles, and John Waters following.
Cara Pitts and Josh Webster rolled the 13-car field off for a 30-lap feature event in the Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Mini Stocks. Webster grabbed the lead. Early race cautions tested Webster but he stayed strong as Scott Lehman and Travis Webster made their way up the pack.
Points leader Carter Crooker got dealt a bad hand as he was involved in an early race caution forcing him to go to the pits and get put laps down before re-entering the race. Webster claimed the win as Lehman followed in his trail for second.
The NAPA Crate Sportsman had Mike Bucanhan and Isabel Barron on the first row. Jake Dgien who started in the 13th position due to handicap found his way to second place by lap 10. Costley brought home the win with Dgien,
The Daugherty Auto Sales and Service Woodhull Warriors were back in action Saturday. Ethan Decker and Tess Johnson set the pace.
Points leader Brooke McClain, who started last due to handicap made her way up to third on lap three. McClain drove away for her fourth straight win with Isaman, Dylon Morseman, Cameron Nichols and Decker following.
Mick Seeley and Noah Talada set the front row for the Joe Willcox Performance Automatics Street Stocks. Seeley had a great start and grabbed the lead.
Kurt Stebbins found himself leading after a mid race caution took out the front cars and went on to win.
The Woodhull Supply Hobby Stocks finished off the night.
The points leader got the lead on lap 8 and saw no turning back. The competition was fierce as drivers battled for positions. Dennis clicked off his fourth victory this season with Spencer, Carter Dennis, Brown and Aaron Miller rounded out the top five.