Harriss wins Mini-Stock feature at Evergreen Speedway

  • Scott Whitmore
  • Sunday, August 16, 2009 11:39am
  • Sports

For Immediate release Evergreen Speedway

Saturday night August 15, 2009 at Evergreen Speedway had a perfect night for racing.

Six classes of car took to the track. Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Models, Les Schwab Tire Street Stocks, Foster Press Mini Stocks, Pawn X-change Super Figure 8’s, Cub Scout Hornets and the All City Haul-n youth hornets.

The Foster Press Mini stocks, Kris Harriss worked his way to the lead early and set sail for a victory. The points battle is tight in the mini stock division, but no ground was made up by Nat Barber or Scott LaCross. Michael Fritz fought hard all night and came home in second place.

The Les Schwab Tires Street Stocks hard an action packed race. There were wrecks and spins and black flags….OH MY. Defending champion Lane Sundholm made his way to the front of the back of the pack to front by working the outside groove. Point’s leader Frank Cowgill ran great all race as did Darrel Lutovsky. No big gains or losses by the top four in points with Sundholm taking the win, Darrel Lutovsky in 2nd, Frank Cowgill 3rd and Joe Kneeland in 4th.

The Pawn X-change Super Figure division had excitement in the intersection early. Making his debut in the super figure 8 division, Steve Schoefeld, almost avoided contact. He made a spin move and had the rear bumper of car clip the rear end of Dale Larson bringing out the caution. Also having mechanical issues were John Carlson and Ricky Deitz (as a consolation Ricky did win the 50/50 raffle supporting the 3 day breast cancer walk, pocketing around $450)… Taking home his first win of the season, Glen Davis. Glen wanted to thank Doug Delfel, without Doug, Glen said he wouldn’t have made it out to race.

The Hornet class had a full field of cars. 27 cars took the green in the heat races and main event. In the end it was number 65, rick Palmer took home the trophy. Points leader, Chris Williamson starting at the back of the pack made a valiant effort to get to the front and came home in the second spot.

In the All City Haul-N youth hornets, Bryant Carlson, looked like he was going to lap the field. After getting a commanding lead, with 2nd through 5th place just in front of him all fighting for position. His car started to falter. Even with the car cutting out going through the corners and running out of gas, Carlson still held on for the victory.


Les Schwab Tire Street Stocks:

1 00 Lane Sundholm

2 53 Darrel Lutovsky

3 76 Frank Cowgill

4 99 Joe Kneeland

5 15 Dave Stewart Jr

6 85 Jim Foti

7 54 Tim Widener

8 8 AJ Baxter

9 29 Mike Ebeling

10 65 Clark Casey

11 66 Ryan Hansen

12 34 Andy Sole

13 3 Dave Lund

14 17 Nikki Bristol

15 46 Brandy Hatch

16 5 Travis Blackwood

17 71 Casey Branch

Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Model:

1 00 Naima Lang

2 06 Steve Ptacek

3 70 Jeff Knight

4 48 Tom Hughes

5 94 Natalie Sather

6 16 Daniel Moore

Foster Press Mini Stocks:

1 12 Kris Harriss

2 2 Michael Fritz

3 99 Scott LaCross

4 97 Nat Barber

5 64 John Roberts

6 9 Gary Hannawalt

7 24x John Shukar

8 19 Brian Baltzell

9 16 Travis Woodward

10 88 Bob Edwards

11 4 Ryan Rasmussen

12 2x Enoc Fritz

13 32 Bob Emery

Pawn X-change Super Figure 8’s:

1 32 Glen Davis

2 67 Shane Sawin

3 22 Tim Gapp

4 50 John Carlson

5 95 Bruce Wilson

6 58 Chuck Widdis

7 45 Jake Repin

8 6x Steve Schoefeld

9 02 Dale Larson

10 76 Ricky Deitz

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