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July 9, 2013

Colby Smith wins Super Bowl feature

GREENVILLE —   Greenville driver Colby Smith captured the USRA Modifieds’ feature on Saturday night at the Super Bowl Speedway.

  Smith grabbed the lead on the fourth lap and stayed in front for the remaining 16 laps as Wesley Veal was second and Josh Landers took third. Veal won the heat race.

  Wills Point driver Tommy Davis Jr. doubled up in the Limited Modifieds, winning the feature and third heat. Davis led all but one lap of the feature as Michael Daniels was second and Donnie Blackburn finished third. Daniels and Billy Brierton claimed the other heat races.

  Brian McHenry won the Street Stocks’ feature, beating Mike Slemmons and Patrick Fields to the finish. Fields took the heat  race.

  Chris Carson claimed the Bombers’ feature after passing the early leader, J.R. Watson, on the 10th lap. Paul Torres was second in the feature, followed by Billy Cash. Cash and Tony Ross won the heat races.

  Casey Huggins took the Junior Limited heat race and feature.

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

         Super Bowl Speedway

        Saturday’s results

        STREET STOCKS

  First heat — 1. Patrick Fields (6), 2. Mike Slemmons (22), 3. Brian McHenry (05), 4. Chayson Ross (7).

  Feature — 1. Brian McHenry (05), 2. Mike Slemmons (22), 3. Patrick Fields (6), 4. Bubba Davis (19), 5. Brad Puryear (54).

        JUNIOR LIMITEDS

  Heat — 1. Casey Huggins (22), 2. Seth McMackin (41Jr), 3. Eric Luttrell (11), 4. Caitlyn Kimberlin (15k).

  Feature — 1. Casey Huggins (22), 2. Caitlyn Kimberlin (15k), 3. Seth McMackin (41Jr), 4. Eric Luttrell (11), 5. Macey Blackburn (57), 6. Summer Shoadowen (L3).

       USRA MODIFIEDS

  Heat — 1. Wesley Veal (11x), 2. Josh Landers (14x), 3. Tommy Davis Jr. (17), 4. Colby Smith (01).

  Feature — 1. Colby Smith (01), 2. Wesley Veal (11x), 3. Josh Landers (14x), 4. Billy Brierton (2), 5. Tommy Davis Jr. (17), 6. Jack Franklin (753), 7. Toby Liles (45), 8. Ronnie Shadowen (94), 9. Wayne Melton (18m).

      BOMBERS

  First heat — 1. Billy Cash (10), 2. Dylan Woods (24), 3. Chris Carson (39), 4. Matt Rust (21).

  Second heat — 1. Tony Ross (77), 2. Paul Torres (03t), 3. JR Watson (21w), 4. Dondi Arrington (3D).

  Feature — 1. Chris Carson (39), 2. Paul Torres (03t), 3. Billy Cash (10), 4. Jeff McDaniel (24m), 5. Tony Ross (77), 6. Eric Franklin (19f), 7. Larry Wesson (27), 8. Ronnie Mitchell (63), 9. JR Watson (21w), 10. Eddie Smith (131).

        LIMITED MODIFIEDS

  First heat — 1. Billy Brierton (43), 2. Donnie Blackburn (48), 3. Kyle Phillips (15), 4. Kevin Leach (517).

  Second heat — 1. Michael Daniels (711), 2. Kyle Whitworth (12k), 3. Brent Jones (44), 4. Gene Keel (10k).

  Third heat — 1. Tommy Davis Jr. (17), 2. Zac Sydney (02z), 3. Mike Smith (75k), 4. Cody Phillips (569).

  Feature — 1. Tommy Davis Jr. (17), 2. Michael Daniels (711), 3. Donnie Blackburn (148), 4. Billy Brierton (43), 5. Kyle Whitworth (12k), 6. Brent Jones (44), 7. Mike Smith (75k), 8. Zac Sydney (02z), 9. Cody Phillips (569), 10. Kyle Phillips (15).

 

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