James Poe, Shawn Pinkerton and Duane Rose grabbed additional wins at Crawford County Speedway on Saturday.

Zane Hunter won two more races at Tri-State Speedway to bring up his season total to seven.

Grand National

Stilwell’s Roy Long made his first appearance at CCS sinc e April 26 and came away with his first win of the season.

Five-time winner this season, Jamison English, was second and Roger Carter of Cedarville placed third. Van Buren’s Joey Dunn, who won last week, was fourth and Jerry Harris grabbed fifth.

Mike McMahon of Van Buren was eighth after nabbing second last week.

Front Wheel Drive

Poe seized his 11th Front Wheel Drive win on Saturday and has won his last seven starts.

Mountainburg’s Brian White clinched his third runner-up finish in as many starts this season. White has one win (May 24) and one other second-place finish. Last week’s winner, Corey Howell of Huntsville was third and Shannon Howell was fifth.

360 E Modified

Cedarville’s Shawn Pinkerton took his third win in five starts and his fourth overall this season.

Roy Long was second and last week’s winner. Randall Hardbarger was third. Adam Hard nabbed fourth and Brandon Barrett finished fifth.

A Modified

John Shoptaw won his first outing this season at CCS.

John Montgomery was second followed by Randy Payne, who was third.

Cedarville’s Victor Pinkerton, who won last week, was fourth and Robby Hines grabbed fifth.

Mini Stock

Edward Boyster picked up his first win since May 10 as he grabbed the victory on Saturday.

Last week’s winner, Teddy Parker of Alma, was second. Parker has seven wins this season. Stan Lewis was third and Alma’s Barbara Johnson clinched fourth. Brandon Pomroy of Mulberry, who was fourth last week, was fifth.

Street Stock

Rose of Mulberry won his fourth Street Stock feature event.

Cedarville’s Sambo Parmenter was second and Van Buren’s Parker Dunn grabbed third.

Remington Watson of Alma, who won last week, clinched fourth and Dale Pace debuted in 2014 was fifth.

Tri-State Speedway

Zane Hunter won his fourth Pure Stock feature race in seven starts this season and he took first in his third consecutive Economy/360 Modified

Hunter has seven wins in 13 races this season by competing in two classes.

Pure Stock

Alma’s Jalon Brewton took second and Jim Richesin of Van Buren was third. Alma’s Jennifer Robertson placed fourth followed by Rudy’s Chris Perkins.

Marshall Penson of Van Buren, who won last week grabbed 10th.

USRA B Modified

Chris Hawkins and five straight wins from April 12 to May, but only had one win over the next seven weeks. However, after finishing runner-up in two of the last three races, Hawkins clinched the win at TSS.

Tyler Harp took his highest finish of the season as he seized second and Mountainburg’s Charlie Brummett placed third. Camden Perry and Jeremy Smith rounded out the Top 5.

Factory Stock

Kyle McAllister won his 15th feature race, beating a field of 13 other cars.

Travis Vaughn had his highest finish of the season as he took second and Chris Patterson was third.

Gerry Vaughn grabbed fourth and Darren Scott seized fifth after he took third last week.

Super Stock

Neil Johnston won his fourth Super Stock after he finished 11th last week. Johnny Mitchell was second and five-time winner Dylan Davlin took third.

Cole Farmer placed foruth and Ron Grover was fifth.

USRA Modified

Brent Holman of Rogers won his third feature race in his first feature event since June 21. Holman had wins back in April and May of this year.

Jeremy Vaughn was second and George Martin took third. Kyle Ledford clinched fourth and was followed by Brian Williams.

Economy/360 Modified

Delman Burris, who was third last week, placed second and Van Buren’s Dalton McKenize seized third.

Jason Payton and Jack Johnson rounded out the rest of the field.

Front Wheel Drive

Van Buren’s Chris Perkins won his fourth feature race.

Joshua Jones and Scott Bridges were second and third respectively. Elmer Rusher and Tre Bridges were fourth and fifth.

Crawford County Speedway

July 19 Results

Street Stock — 1, Duane Rose; 2, Sambo Parmenter; 3, Parker Dunn; 4, Remington Watson; 5, Dale Pace; 6, Clifton Lingo; 7, Justin Allen; 8, Tracy Howard; 9, Devin Foster; 10, Johnny Stepison; 11, Darrell Lingo; 12, Ronnie Lingo; 13, Will Lamproe; 14, Caleb Odom- Van Buren; 15, Mallory Pinkerton; 16, Michael Hobson; 17, Ryan Risenhoover.

Grand National — 1, Roy Long; 2, Jamison English; 3, Roger Carter; 4, Joey Dunn; 5. Jerry Harris; 6, Steven Workman; 7, Steve Riddle; 8, Mike McMahon; 9, Bobby Murray; 10, Jess Sims; 11, Billy Wheeler; 12, Remington Watson.

Front Wheel Drive — 1, James Poe; 2, Brian White; 3, Corey Howell; 4, Shannon Howell; 5, Chris Beard; 6, Dusty Tally.

360 E Modified — 1, Shawn Pinkerton; 2. Roy Long; 3, Randall Hardbarger; 4, Adam Hardin; 5, Brandon Barrett; 6, Mike Hines; 7, Andrew Smoot; 8, Chuck Smith; 9, Jimmy Odom.

A Modified — 1, John Shoptaw; 2, John Montgomery; 3, Randy Payne; 4. Victor Pinkerton; 5. Robby Hines; 6. Kyle Davis.

Mini Stock — 1, Edward Boyster; 2, Teddy Parker; 3, Stan Lewis; 4, Barbara Johnson; 5, Brandon Pomroy.

Tri-State Speedway

July 19 Results

Pure Stock — 1, Zane Hunter; 2, Jalon Brewton; 3, Jim Richesin; 4, Jennifer Robertson; 5, Chris Perkins; 6, Jesse Garner; 7, Gene Gore; 8, Cody Collingsworth; 9, Josh Asher; 10, Marshall Penson.

USRA B Modified — 1, Chris Hawkins; 2, Tyler Harp; 3, Charlie Brummett; 4, Camden Perry; 5, Jeremy Smith; 6, Ryan Adams; 7, Chris Lewis; 8, Jake Meinzer; 9, Jay Rierson; 10, Lester Weese; 11, Steve Butler; 12, Lonny Flanagan; 13, Todd Broyles, DNS.

Factory Stock — 1, Kyle McAllister; 2, Travis Vaughn; 3, Chris Patterson; 4, Gerry Vaughn; 5, Darren Scott; 6, Wendell Vaughn; 7, Devon Johnson; 8, Cecil Hayes; 9, Jerrod Adams; 10, Justin Johnson; 11, Jason Hurt; 12, Jerome Heinrich; 13, Joshua Vaughn; 14, Jay Anderson.

Super Stock — 1, Neils Johnston; 2, Johnny Mitchell; 3, Dylan Davlin; 4, Cole Farmer; 5, Ron Grover; 6, Kyle Slader; 7, James Drummond; 8, Dennis Schoenfeld; 9, Grant Davis; 10, Roy Roberts; 11, Brent Robertson; 12, Chance Asher; 13, Robert Smith; 14, George Rudy; 15, Tim Moore; 16, Freddie Hogrefe; 17, Randy Moses II; 18, Chuck Knight; 19, Brandon Hunter; 20, Adam McMellon.

USRA Modified — 1, Brent Holman; 2, Jeremy Vaughn; 3, George Martin; 4, Kyle Ledford; 5, Brian Williams; 6, Lonnie Robins; 7, Steve Holzkamper; 8, Randy Henson; 9, Martin Hemphill; 10, Chris Ross; 11, Freddy Hogrefe; 12, Chris Lewis; 13, Quinton Sutherland; 14, Casey Chapelle; 15, Scott Glover; 16, Shannon Weese.

Economy/360 Modified — 1, Zane Hunter; 2, Delman Burris; 3, Dalton McKenzie; 4, Jason Payton; 5, Jack Johnson.

Front Wheel Drive — 1, Chris Perkins; 2, Joshua Jones; 3, Scott Bridges; 4, Elmer Rusher; 5, Tre Bridges; 6, Aaron Dyer; 7, Brian Rose, DNS.