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Racing: CCS gears up for races; Penson wins TSS

<p>photo by TAMMY HOBSON</p><p>James Poe wins the first Front Wheel Drive race of the season back in early March at Crawford County Speedway. Wet weather has cancelled races for the past three weeks, but the track is gearing up for a full run tonight.</p>

photo by TAMMY HOBSON

James Poe wins the first Front Wheel Drive race of the season back in early March at Crawford County Speedway. Wet weather has cancelled races for the past three weeks, but the track is gearing up for a full run tonight.

Wet weather has continued to hinder the start of Crawford County Speedway, but

clear skies and cool weather may allow dirt track north of Van Buren to get back on schedule.

Last-chance qualifiers and feature races that were to be part of the 2014 opener back on March 8, will run on Saturday starting at 7:30 p.m. The Mini Stock and Front Wheel Drive classes will run as well.

Penson wins at TSS

Van Buren’s Marshall Penson grabbed the first Pure Stock win of the season at Tri-State Speedway on March 22.

TSS will host the Cecil Harlan Memorial presented by A-Z Stores on Saturday.

Dennis Slader was second followed by Brandon Morris, Justin Burt and Susan Stand. Alma’s Nathan Reed was sixth.

Reed finished third in the Pure Stock qualifier and Morris had the qualifier win.

George Martin won the rain-shortened A Modified race. Stephen Mulenburg placed second and Alma’s Lonnie Robins was third. Brian Williams was fourth and Brian Parker took fifth.

In the qualifying events, Brent Holman won the first (and finished 16th overall), and Robins won the second qualifier.

Mulenburg placed first the B Modified race finishing in front of Aaron Scoggins, Chris Hawkins, Kyle Slader and Gary Vaughn.

Kyle McAllister grabbed first in the Factory Stock with Michael Brasch taking second. Shannon Cox placed third followed by Shelly Carver and Travis Vaughn.

Cox also won the Factory Stock qualifier.

Dylan Devlin won the Super Stock feature. Neil Johnston, H Palmer, Alan Ferguson and Jeff Metcalf rounded out the Top 5. Ferguson and Metcalf each had qualifier wins.

Rudy’s Nathanial Mason was sixth in the first qualifying event.

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