Joey Dunn and Remington Watch each won their first races of the season while Randall Hardbarger and Corey Howell just took their second wins at Crawford County Speedway on Saturday.
Crawford County Speedway
360 E Modified
Randall Hardbarger picked up his second win of the season as he edged out last week’s winner, Shawn Pinkerton, in the E Modifed feature race Saturday night at Crawford County Speedway.
Harbarger won back on June 14 and finished as high as third last week. Pinkerton, who has three wins this season, was runner-up and Adam Hardin placed third.
Roy Long and Chuck Smith rounded out the Top 5.
Joey Dunn won his first Grand National feature race of the season. Dunn had a pair of third-place finishes this season, his latest was back on July 3.
Mike McMahon was second and last week’s winner, Jamison English, grabbed third. English had five wins this season.
Jerry Harris was fourth and John Garner finished fifth.
Remington Watson won his first Street Stock feature race of the season after placing second for three of the last four events.
Last week’s winner, Ronnie Lingo was runner up and Darrell Lingo placed third. Duane Rose nabbed fourth and Mallory Pinkerton was fifth.
After back-to-back second-place finishes, Teddy Parker won his seventh feature Mini Stock race.
Edward Boyster and Travis Boyster clinched second and third respectively. Brandon Pomroy placed fourth.
Front Wheel Drive
Corey Howell won his second feature race of the season.
Josh Jones, who won last week, nabbed second and Bobby Jones took fourth. Shannon Howell was fifth.
Victor Pinkerton and Lee Whitworth were first and second respectively.
Crawford County came out strong at the Pocola track by winning five of the eight feature races.
Rudy’s Chris Perkins won his third Front Wheel Drive of the season. John Ferrari of Alma won his first Mini Stock race at TSS.
Van Buren’s Marshall Penson took home his eighth Pure Stock feature win. Zane Hunter made it back-to-back wins as he won his second straight Economy/360 Modified feature event.
Alma’s Randy Henson garnered back-to-back wins and took his third overall win in the USRA Modified win.
Penson picked up his second in three starts on Saturday at TSS.
Zane Hunter, who won the Economy/360 Modified the last two weeks and the Pure Stock feature event last week, was second.
Chris Perkins made his TSS Pure Stock feature debut as he placed third and Alma’s Jalen Brewton clinched fourth. Wesley Taylor rounded out the Top 5.
USRA B Modified
Greg Woodcock grabbed his second win in three starts at TSS on Saturday.
Woodcock has only shown up three times this season with a pair of wins and runner-up finish.
The victory lap continues to elude Chris Hawkins, who has his third second-place this season after winning five consecutive races.
Jay Rierson and Ryan Adams were third and fourth. Todd Broyles placed fifth for the third time in four starts.
Kyle McAllister grabbed his 11th and 12th win of the season as he took the special Factory Stock Twin 20s feature races.
Shannon Cox was second in both races as well.
Jerome Heinrch was third in the first race and fourth in the second. Jay Anderson placed fourth in the first race, but took fifth in the second feature event.
Cecil Hayes was fifth in the first race, but fell to eighth in the second. Darren Scott was ninth to start, but finished the night by nabbing third in the second event.
Eric Beshoner won his first Super Stock feature of the season. Beshoner had his highest finish of the season last week as he took third and has four fourth-place finishes this year.
Gean Davlin, who won last week, was second and Brandon Hunter took third.
Chuck Smith and Jim Philpot rounded out the Top 5.
USRA A Modified
Henson finished ahead of Alma’s Lonnie Robins, who has four second-place finishes this year.
Brian Williams, who had five wins this season, was third and George Martin took fourth.
Gary Vaughn was fifth.
Zane Hunter clinched back-to-back wins on Saturday with his fifth start of the season.
Jack Johnson was second, his highest finish of the year and Delman Burris was third.
Jason Payton took fourth and Dawson Graham was fifth.
Front Wheel Drive
Perkins won his third FWD feature race in five starts while this week’s runner-up, James Poe, won the other two.
Brian Parmenter made his 2014 feature debut and placed third. Scott Bridges and Tre Bridges were fourth and fifth respectively.
A pair of Ferraris took the top two spots in the first contested Mini Stock race at TSS this seasons.
Alma’s John Ferrari won the event while Tony Ferrari was second.
John Ferrari has two Mini Stock wins at CCS this season and Tony Ferrari has three.
Kurly Jo Wilson, John Gregory and Russell Roberts rounded out the rest of the field.
Crawford County Speedway
July 12 Results
360 E Modified — 1, Randall Hardbarger; 2, Shawn Pinkerton; 3, Adam Hardin; 4, Roy Long; 5, Chuck Smith; 6, Raymond Sambrano; 7, Cory Southerland.
Street Stock — 1, Remington Watson; 2, Ronnie Lingo; 3, Darrell Lingo; 4, Duane Rose; 5, Mallory Pinkerton; 6, Devin Foster; 7, Eddie Rich; 8, Clifton Drummond; 9, Will Lamproe; 10, Skylar White; 11, Brian Risenhoover; 12, Dan Holesher, DNS.
A Modified — 1, Victor Pinkerton; 2, Lee Whitworth.
Grand National — 1, Joey Dunn; 2, Mike McMahon; 3, Jamsison English; 4, Jerry Harris; 5, John Garner; 6, Matt Bolton; 7, Roger Carter; 8, Remington Watson.
Mini Stock — 1, Teddy Parker; 2, James Boyster; 3, Travis Boyster; 4, Brandon Pomroy.
Front Wheel Drive — 1, Cory Howell; 2, Josh Jones; 3, Bobby Jones; 4, Dusty Tally; 5, Shannon Howell; 6, Susan Payne; 7, Jerry Beard; 8, Chelsie Jones; 9, Chuck Stevenson.
Mechanics Race — 1, Charles Parker; 2, Brent Lewis; 3, Randy Payne; 4, Chelsie Jones; 5, Gregory Beard; 6, Charlie Stevenson; 7, Austin Sangster.
July 12 Results
Pure Stock — 1, Marshall Penson; 2, Zane Hunter; 3, Chris Perkins; 4, Jalon Brewton; 5, Wesley Taylor; 6, Jim Richesin; 7, Cody Collingsworth; 8, David Church; 9, Junior Thornburg; 10, Nathan Reed; 11, Jesse Garner; 12, Fred Ross.
USRA B Modified — 1, Greg Woodcock; 2, Chris Hawkins; 3, Jay Rierson; 4, Ryan Adams; 5, Todd Broyles; 6, Jeremy Smith; 7, Alan Goforth; 8, Lester Weese; 9, Jake Meinzer; 10, David Blankenship, DNS.