Evergreen Speedway crowns season champs

Jason Fraser of Snohomish closed out the 2014 season with a win in the 100-lap Super Late Model season championship main event Saturday on the 5/8-mile oval at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe.

Meanwhile, Mike Holden of Snohomish captured his first Super Late Model season championship with a fourth-place finish. Holden won five main events during the year.

Second-generation driver Trenton Moriarity of Monroe, the son of seven-time Evergreen Speedway champion Tom Moriarity, claimed his first season championship and Rookie of the Year honors by winning the Mini Stocks main event. Trenton Moriarity was tied in points with Bob DeYoung of Darrington at the start of the night, with Moriarity then winning the race and DeYoung placing fourth.

Dave Lund of Arlington won the Street Stock main event, and Cody Hoopes of Redmond scored his first main-event victory in the Hornets.

Red Raiders win

The Everett Red Raiders football team opened its home season Saturday with a 49-28 victory over Central Sound at Snohomish’s Veterans Memorial Stadium.

D’marye Dedrick threw three touchdown passes and ran for a fourth TD. Bernard Brown had three touchdown receptions, Niko Llera and Umid Ramizov each had rushing touchdowns, and former Glacier Peak player Leon Elliot had a TD reception. Keelan Tidwell had two interceptions.

The Red Raiders, 2-1 this season, will be in McMinnville, Ore., on Sunday for a 6 p.m. game against the Linfield College junior varsity.

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