Another round of racing at Crawford County Speedway.
Kaylee Sibrian won the first Powder Puff race and Barbara Johnson won the second Powder Puff feature event at Crawford County Speedway on Saturday.
It was the final events of the season.
Crawford County Speedway also hosted its second bicycle races of the season. Toby Blacksher (ages 6-under), Jayden Carter (7-9), Caleb Searburn (10-12) and Dylan Murray (13-up).
Tri-State Speedway will host another regular slate of races on Aug. 20 with the Champ Hinton Enterprises sponsoring the Tillman Evans Memorial race and the Old Timer’s races.
CCS hosts the Terry Brown Memorial Race on Aug. 27 in addition to the Mechanics races.
Miranda Richesin was second in the first feature and Jessica Jackson was third. Sandra Lingo took runner-up in the second feature event with Lisa Montgomery grabbing third.
John Montgomery earned his first feature win after seven starts this season. Montgomery was runner-up in the last outing on July 30. Paul Kramer, who is one of two drivers with perfect attendance in the Modified Class this season, had his highest finish of the season as he took second.
Matt Bolton was third and Jason Foster with eight feature wins this year was fourth. Cecil Hayes was fifth.
Andrew Smoot is the other Modified driver with perfect attendance. Smoot was sixth.
The Grand National class saw a new slate of drivers as Danny Southerland, Jacob Ledbetter and Tyler Drummond took first, second and third respectively.
Ronnie Lingo and Jamison English, both who have perfect attendance at CCS this season, were fourth and sixth.
Newcomer for the Grand National class this season, Stephen Workman finished fifth.
Front Wheel Drive
Chris Perkins has had just seven starts this season, but he’s making the most of each one.
Perkins won his third feature and now has five Top 2 finishes this year. Eric Gann had his highest finish in four starts as he took second and Tyler Richardson was third.
Dakota Stogsdill, who has only missed one feature race in the FWD class this season was fourth and Robbie Hoskins returned to CCS to place fifth.
Remington Watson grabbed his first win in five starts after he had back-to-back wins on May 29 and June 4.
Duane Rose was second while Gene Gore picked up his highest finish of the season as he took third. Dustin Dixon debuted at fourth and Will Lamproe, who had four wins this season placed fifth.
Todd Broyles picked up his second consecutive win, edging out a 12-car field on Saturday. Eric Waterbury, who finished fourth in the last outing back on July 23, was second and Dylan Coughran took third.
Les Weese placed fourth and Daniel Anders had his first feature finish as he took fifth.
It didn’t take long for Johnathan Ferrari to return to the trophy lane as he won his fifth feature at CCS this season.
Johnny Gregory and J.P. Gregory were second and third respectively. Last week’s winner Michael Denton placed fourth and Mike Davis rounded out the Top 5.
Mike Davis continued his dominance as he picked up his fourth straight win. Cody Brown, who was third in his last race back on July 23, was runner-up and Jack Garner took third.
Tony Williams and Charles Bentley rounded out the Top 5.