Anthony Reeves won the first race of the season and had a couple of third-place finishes, but won his second E Modified event on Saturday at Crawford County Speedway.

Brandon Hunter debuted in second this season and Remington Watson took third.

Shawn Pinkerton grabbed fourth and Roy Long had his lowest finish this season as he took fifth. Long won four straight races this season in the E Modified class.

CCS is hosting Tough Enough to Race Pink Night supporting Breast Cancer Awareness on Mother’s Day weekend.

The CCS Booster Club will be sponsoring the Pink Night with awards to the Best Dressed Pit Crew (four or more), Best Decorated Car in Pink and Best Dressed Person in Pink. Each one has a top prize of $25. There will also be prizes for mom, as the youngest and oldest mom, and the mom with the most kids at the races.

Bobby Prewett won his second Grand National race in his fourth start this season.

Billy Wheeler, who had back-to-back wins, dropped to second and Ricky Smith tied his highest finish this season as he took third.

Mike Rice was fourth in the Grand National class and James Drummond debut at fifth.

Jaylen Brewton took first in the Street Stock and grabbed his second win in five starts.

Brewton hasn’t missed a race this season, but only has only finished 10th, 11th or 14th this season aside from his two wins.

Chris Perkins had his highest finish this season as he took second and David Stogsdill was third. Mike Rice was fourth in the Street Stock event and Teddy Wallace also had his highest finish as he took fifth.

Eddie Martin, who debuted at fourth last week, won the A Modified race. Hank Long was second and Lee Whitworth placed third.

Teddy Parker grabbed his second win in three weeks and Edward Boyster picked up his second straight runner-up finish.

Kurly Jo Wilson was third after he finished 10th last week. Tony Ferrai, who won last week, was fourth and John West placed fifth.

Jesse Pool won the Late Model event and Mike Casteel placed second and Chris Turner was third.


Alma’s Randy Henson won his first race at Tri-State Speedway as he took first in the A Modified class on Saturday night.

Henson won his sixth start this season and had finished as high as third (April 5 and April 26).

George Martin took second and Brent Holman placed third.

Brian Williams, who had four A Modified wins this season, was fourth and Alma’s Lonnie Robins nabbed fifth.

Williams leads the point standings with 658 points and Martin took second (616). Henson trials the lead by 93 points.

Marshall Penson grabbed his fifth overall win in the Pure Stock.

Penson, who hails from Van Buren, is also the point leader in the standings with 400 with Fred Ross in second (335).

Lowell Steward of Rudy took second in his TSS Pure Stock debut this season while Ross and Weston Holman rounded out the rest of the field.

Chris Hawkins won his fourth straight race and still trails Dallas Bourland in the standings. Bourland leads with 512 points and Hawkins has 491.

Aaron Scoggins was second after he finished third last week, and Lonny Flanagan was third. Todd Broyles and Dean Green rounded out the Top 5.

Kyle McAllister continues to dominate the Factory Stock as he won his sixth race in seven feature starts this season.

McAllister, who finished second back on April 12, leads the standings with 595 points followed by Jerome Heinrich (512) and Michael Brasch.

Brasch was second for the third straight week (he also had the only other win in the Factory Stock class) and Chad Summerford took third. Heinrich was fourth and Jay Anderson finished fifth.

Neil Johnson grabbed his third win in five weeks as he took first in the Super Stock race.

Robert Southerland had his highest finish of the year as he took second and Dylan Davlin was third. Ron Grover dropped to fourth after he finished third last week and Eric Beshoner, who made his 2014 debut this week, was fifth.