POCOLA — Donald Southerland became the sole qualifier and winner in the 50-lap Super Stock A Feature on Saturday at Tri-State Speedway.

Southerland raced in part of the 21st Annual Super Stock Showdown honoring John Stand and presented by Shamrock Bolt & Screw which paid out $5,000 to win the Super Stocks.

There was a tech inspection of the vehicles after the Super Stock race for all 22 drivers. As a result, only one car went to tech and passed with Southerland nabbing the win. Other drivers were disqualified for failing the tech inspection, didn’t go through the inspection, opted out of the inspection or went to the pits before going to tech.

Southerland had originally finished seventh.

Up next for the mighty Tri-State Speedway will host another multi-day event starting on Aug. 1 for the Factory Stock class, and will pay $3,000 to the winner.

There will be no racing on July 27.

Only July 19, Gean Davlin won the first Super Stock B Feature and Dylan Davlin won the second B Feature.

Trevor Latham won the USRA Modified race. Brian Williams finished second and Tyler Wolff clinched third. Alma’s Lonnie Robins earned fourth and Kyle Ledford wrapped up the Top 5.

Marshall Penson won the A Feature of the Factory Stock class. Gran Davis was second followed by Wesley Bourne, Andrew Bohanan, and Gerry Vaughn in fifth place.

In the USRA B-Modified event, Hunter Byers finished ahead of Cody King. Brian Williams finished third and Chad Summerford picked up fourth. Matt Walson rounded out the Top 5 as he took fifth.

Crawford County Speedway

The Crawford County track is going to do its annual back-to-school backpack giveaway. Due to the overwhelming need for school supplies, CCS came up short last year on backpacks and supplies.

CCS is asking for help. Businesses, fans, drivers or others who want to help reach out to Peggy Watson, Waymon Harris, Rita Goodson-Harris, Ben Hatley or Remington Watson. All donations will be appreciated.

Full results from the July 19 races will be in Saturday’s edition.