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July 16, 2013

Colby Smith wins again at Super Bowl

GREENVILLE —   Greenville driver Colby Smith won the USRA Modified feature for the second straight week on Saturday night at the Super Bowl Speedway.

  Smith passed Josh Landers on the 14th lap and stayed in front for the remainder of the 20-lap feature as Billy Brierton finished second and Landers was third. Landers and Wayne Melton won the heat races.

  Wills Point driver Tommy Davis Jr. repeated as the Limited Modified feature winner. Davis led the final two laps after trading the lead with Nick Clinkenbeard, who finished second. Cody Phillips wound up third. Phillips, Michael Gibbs and Brierton won the heat races.

  Chris Davis captured the Street Stocks feature after passing the early leader Archie Whitt Jr. on the seventh lap. Brian McHenry was second and Patrick Fields ran third. Whitt and Mike Slemmons claimed the heat races.

  Ricky Hayes Sr. led all 15 laps of the Southern Topless Economy Modifieds’ feature. Mitchell Harris was second and Ryan Edmonds wound up third. Edmonds and Bobby Otts won the two heat races.

  Chris Carson drove to victory in the Bombers’ feature as Wendall Claxton was second and Eric Franklin took third. Claxton and Franklin won the heat races.

Casey Huggins doubled up in the Junior Limiteds, winning the feature and heat race.

  The Super Bowl is five miles south of Greenville on Farm Road 1903.

     Super Bowl Speedway

     Saturday’s results


  First heat — 1. Archie Whitt Jr. (46), 2. Patrick Fields (10), 3. Jason Neustupa (08J), 4. Sarge Fields (6).

  Second heat — 1. Mike Slemmons (22), 2. Chris Davis (98), 3. Brian McHenry (05), 4. Randy Merchant (19x).

  Feature — 1. Chris Davis (98), 2. Brian McHenry (05), 3. Patrick Fields (10), 4. Mike Slemmons (22), 5. Archie Whitt Jr. (46), 6. Sarge Fields (6), 7. Brad Puryear (54), 8. Kyle Smith (28k), 9. Ashley Harrison (8), 10. Jason Neustupa (08J).


  First heat — 1. Casey Huggins (22), 2. Eric Luttrell (11), 3. Summer Shadowen (L3), 4. Caitlin Kimberlin (15k).

  Feature — 1. Casey Huggins (22), 2. Seth McMackin (41Jr), 3. Eric Luttrell (11), 4. Summer Shadowen (L3), 5. Caitlin Kimberlin (15k).


  First heat — 1. Ryan Edmonds (9), 2. Gil Faber (121), 3. Mitchell Harris (88), 4. Steve McMackin (259).

  Second heat — 1. Bobby Otts (25), 2. Ricky Hayes Sr. (5), 3. Casey Smith (126), 4. Curtis Sewell (94).

  Feature — 1. Ricky Hayes Sr. (5), 2. Mitchell Harris (143), 3. Ryan Edmonds (9), 4. Bobby Otts (25), 5. Gil Faber (121), 6. Kelly Welborn (61), 7. Casey Smith (126), 8. Darrell Franklin (99), 9. Ricky Brewer (062), 10. Donald Wells (96).


  First heat — 1. Josh Landers (14x), 2. Matt Deaver (28), 3. Colby Smith (01), 4. Nick Clinkenbeard (66).

  Second heat — 1. Wayne Melton (18m), 2. Wesley Veal (11x), 3. Danny Veal (5x), 4. Steve McMackin (41m).

  Feature — 1. Colby Smith (01), 2. Billy Brierton (2), 3. Josh Landers (14x), 4. Wesley Veal (11x), 5. Matt Deaver (28), 6.W ayne Melton (18m), 7. Danny Veal (5x), 8. Nick Clinkenbeard (66), 9. Donnie Shipp (25D), 10. Jack Franklin (753).


  First heat — 1. Wendall Claxton (32), 2. Chris Carson (39), 3. Garrett Zachary (13z), 4. Jeff McDaniel (24m).

  Second heat — 1. Eric Franklin (19F), 2. Larry Wesson (27), 3. Ronnie Mitchell (63), 4. J.J. O’Neal (180).

  Feature — 1. Chris Carson (39), 2. Wendall Claxton (32), 3. Eric Franklin (19F), 4. Billy Cash (10), 5. Matt Rust (21), 6. Jeff McDaniel (24m), 7. Larry Wesson (27), 8. Mark Martin (6), 9. Eddie Smith (02), 10. Dondi Arrington (3D).


  First heat — 1. Billy Brierton (43), 2. Tommy Davis Jr. (17), 3. Michael Smith (5v), 4. Jeremy Little (128).

  Second heat — 1. Michael Gibbs (11), 2. David Bonham (166m), 3. Michael Daniels (711), 4. Kyle Phillips (15).

  Third heat — 1. Cody Phillips (569), 2. Nick Clinkenbeard (66), 3. Jeff Honea (169J), 4. Matt Goswick (121).

  Feature — 1. Tommy Davis Jr. (17), 2. Nick Clinkenbeard (66), 3. Cody Phillips (569), 4. David Bonham (166m), 5. Michael Smith (5v), 6. Jeff Holt (6h), 7. Matt Goswick (121), 8. Tommy McKinley (71), 9. Kyle Phillips (15), 10. Cary McDade (113).


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