Ty Tilton 20 , Brothers Sonny and Scott Goodfellow. In , the Big 12 Conference game between the Baylor Bears and Texas Tech Red Raiders was held at Cowboys Stadium, the first time in the series the match-up was held on a neutral site. The fitness center staff coordi- nates special events, handles reservations for two softball fields and a football field, and GIN manages intramural sports along with a variety of daily group exercise classes taught by cer- SETTLIN tified group fitness instructors. Dallas Hewitt 21 ,
People who are heading north to Alaska via the Alaska Marine Highway depart about 5 miles from either of these locations and can pass some hours waiting for their ferry playing bocce.
To find the Carolina Street court,head northbound on Interstate 5 30 miles to Bellingham. Exit at State Street. Turn left at light at end of off ramp. Two blocks to State Street turn right. Two blocks to Carolina Street. Left on Carolina Street one block and it is on your right.
Home of the Carolina Street Rollers and we welcome people to email ahead if they want local competition. The surface is a bit worn, and rough, mostly from the awesomely warm winter we had that afforded a significant amount of good weather for playing, and ample conditions for weeds to crop up. The city will maintenance the surface, i'm certain, as soon as they can get to it. They kept it in good condition last year. Its a small town, but they take great pride in the Riverfront Park.
Just take a look at that beautiful backdrop, and the people are just as wonderful. While there is no direct court lighting, the new lighting project provides adequate ambient light for night play on those blistering July and August days, and the Veterans Memorial Shelter House is right beside the court,providing a great place for all day events, cookouts and tournaments. We have a great time There are six grass courts that run down the front and sides of the restaurant's parking lot--all are well kept by the establishment.
Fiding a place to play bocce can tough sometimes. This page should help you find a good place to play!! We are searching for bocce clubs to participate in some friendly inner-club competition.
Peggy Jordan via e-mail - This email address is being protected from spambots. Denise Storace or This email address is being protected from spambots. Our restaurant as just completed the installation of a regulation bocce ball court. This is in addition to our outdoor patio. James Catholic Church N. Tye Mihocko 5 Mihocko , 3. Asa Kesterson 18 Kesterson , 4. Dennis Gile 13 Gile , 5. Colton Hardy 74 Williams.
Mike Martin 16 Martin , 3. Mason Keefer 7 Keefer. Matt Lundy 98 Lundy , 2. Kyle Shipley 0G Shipley , 3. Chris Bonneau 15 Bonneau , 4. Sterling Cling 34 Cling , 5. Rick Shuman 25 Shuman.
Tyler Most 3 Most , In Friday's qualifying session, the Kansas, Illinois native recorded a lap of Cottle will be joined on the front row by Jerry Coons, Jr.
Coons' Nolen Racing teammate Chris Windom, whose won the two most recent events on the Silver Crown calendar, will line up third alongside Brady Bacon. On Saturday, pits open at Matt Goodnight, 39, Justin Grant, 91, Hemelgarn- Bill Rose, 66, Rose-NT. In addition, there will be an open practice at the track on Thursday, September 20th, starting at 7: Fourteen different drivers have claimed victory at Canyon Speedway Park and a complete series track win list is at the end of this release.
Buckeye, AZ has a stout point lead over the competition. To date, the five-time Arizona Sprint Car Champion has also posted eight heat race victories, four Beaver Stripes Passing Master Awards, two hard charger awards, sixteen top finishes, and feature laps led on the year.
Tye will have his sights on gaining valuable points with his first wins at Canyon Speedway Park. At press time, Michael has one heat race victory, one Beaver Stripes Passing Master Award, one hard charger award, twelve top finishes, and 10 feature laps led on the year.
To date, Matt has one heat race victory and twelve top finishes to his credit. To get to the track, take Lake Pleasant Parkway, then 1. Advance tickets are on sale and can be purchased by calling For more event information, visit www.
Includes non-point shows R. Johnson, 9-Charles Davis Jr. Spectator gates will open at 5: Please give photo credit to Doug Allen. He helped hundreds of drivers in their careers. When you think about it, there was nothing he did not or could not do.
But, I think the reason most drivers want to win it is the fact that he helped everybody. He just wanted to make the sport better for everyone and that is exactly what he did for a very long time.
Even though he passed away quite a few years ago, his impact is still felt in the sport and it always will be. It is an honor to host his memorial race at The PAS. Both of Williams PAS victories this year came after Gardner and Roa tangled and crashed in their heated battle for the championship. I will take them any way I can get them. It sure feels good to get over here on the victory podium. Gardner is the all-time leading winner in the race having taken home the hardware in , and last year.
He posted his wins in and Things are quite different in the Young Guns drivers with no prior sprint car experience where Eddie Tafoya Jr. Children 5 and under are free. The first year dirt oval track is located about feet outside the fourth turn at The PAS. Admission to the kart race is free. For fans who do not want to buy advance tickets, there will be plenty available for everyone at the ticket window each race night.
Perris Auto Speedway wants to thank its corporate partners for the season. To keep up with all the latest Perris Auto Speedway news, photos, gossip and receive special offers, please use the following links:. For more information on these productions you can contact them by calling , E-mailing mailto: To get to the track, take the freeway, exit on the Ramona Expressway and go three miles east to the fairgrounds.
For directions on MapQuest, the address to enter is: The spectator gates at "America's Premier Dirt Track.
A complete series win list at Perris is at the end of this release. Saturday's event honors Glenn Howard who is considered by many in the industry as a "racer's racer. Howard's So-Cal Performance was recognized as a major parts supplier to racers across the globe for many years.
After his term was over, Howard remained active in motorsports until his passing in September At press time, the Victorville Champion has two Woodland Auto Display Fast Time Awards, three heat race victories, eleven top finishes, and 24 feature laps led on the year. To date, the Rookie of the Year has one feature win, one Woodland Auto Display Fast Time Award, three heat race victories, thirteen top finishes, and 33 feature laps led.
One-hundred miles, tire and fuel conservation and being in position at the end usually dictate how the race will unfold. TV at Eldora Speedway is about as close to a sprint race as you can get. It's 50 laps around a half-mile, all out, for the finale of the series' 48th season. Kody Swanson has virtually locked up an unprecedented fourth series championship.
With a point lead and a max of 76 points on the table, all the Kingsburg, Calif. At that point, Swanson is basically playing with house money, taking the pressure of "points racing" out of the equation and allowing him to affix his sole focus to the steering wheel and the pedals as he searches for his first Silver Crown win, the only dirt track on this year's Silver Crown schedule that he hasn't yet won at.
Only three drivers have recorded a win at Eldora on their road to a championship when the "4-Crown" has been the finale: Tucson, Arizona's Jerry Coons, Jr. Coons scored his wins in and for two different teams. He's still angling for that first Silver Crown win for Gene Nolen's team, which too is eager to breakthrough for the first time at Eldora. Barriers that have stood in the way of Nolen and victory at a track that has eluded his pilots have already been busted this year by Coons teammate, Chris Windom.
Capturing Springfield was a first for both Nolen and Windom. The Du Quoin score was the first for the team there this millennium, following wins in and Windom, the two-time "4-Crown" Silver Crown winner and series champ, finished second in He joins an interesting list of drivers to earn their first Silver Crown triumph at the "Big E: Action Track in April in his Hemelgarn Racing mount.
Friday's event will begin at 6pm with World of Outlaws practice and qualifying, Silver Crown practice, stock car hot laps, followed by Silver Crown qualifying, all preceding the opening ceremonies and the remainder of the night's racing activities.
On Friday, pits open at 1: Leary seems more than poised for a breakout performance this Saturday in the 37th running of the "4-Crown Nationals" presented by NKT. TV at Eldora Speedway.
He's led in four of the past six races for a total of 69 laps, 38 more than any other driver during that span. The results have been there: Yet, none of those include a 1st, a cage stand, a check or one of the other many spoils of victory.
Darland, of Lincoln, Indiana, has been a revelation this year, scoring three victories and is fifth in points. Windom, of Canton, Ill.
Ione, California's Grant punched in a W back in The points race is tighter than a Chinese Finger Trap, with no driver in the top-three able to separate themselves from each other at the top. Cullman, Alabama's Kevin Thomas, Jr.
His venerable Dynamics, Inc. Tyler Courtney runs second in the standings behind Thomas and is having a banner year that includes a series-high nine wins.
A victory Saturday at Eldora would put him on an exclusive list of drivers who've won double-digit races in a single season along with Tom Bigelow 14 , J. Courtney's current tally of nine wins in a season is tied for the tenth winningest season in the history of the series, equaling Parnelli Jones , Roger McCluskey and Rick Hood One thing all those drivers have in common is that they've won a USAC National Sprint Car feature at Eldora in the very same year they accumulated double-digit wins.
Courtney has yet to win at Eldora this season and Saturday marks his last shot. Bacon and Windom won the two most recent trips to Eldora back in May of this year. Midgets on the high banks of Eldora Speedway are breathtakingly spectacular and that's what this Saturday's 37thrunning of the "4-Crown Nationals" will surely provide when the USAC P1 Insurance National Midgets make their lone annual trip to the legendary half-mile.
Series point leader Logan Seavey may technically be a Rookie as he eyes his first career midget start at Eldora. But the year-old Sutter, Calif. In that race, the USAC National Midget champ swept the night, recording fast time, winning his heat, and then dominating the feature. Rico takes over the helm of the straight No. Action Track, all within a nine-day span. Chris Windom, a past winner in the Sprint and Silver Crown portions of the "4-Crown," joins in a third Petry car for a run to add a third prong to his crown.
Phoenix, Arizona's Chad Boat knows how to get it done on the fast, half-mile dirt ovals as evidenced by his three career victories on the Belleville Kans. He's currently fourth in points with two wins on the season. He finished fourth and led a lap back in Justin Grant, of Ione, Calif.
His teammates are a stacked bunch too! Angola, Indiana's Zeb Wise has turned some heads this season in his Rookie campaign, winning in August at Lanco in Pennsylvania to become the youngest winner in the history of the series, then followed that up with a charge from 18th to 1st in the Pursuit Race during the "BC Back in , the ride captured the "4-Crown" with Bryan Clauson at the wheel.
Thomas is looking to notch his first career Eldora Speedway win. September 16, - Quincy, Illinois - Quincy Raceways. Mitchell Davis 37 Raymond , 2. Jeremy Hull 24 Hull , 3. Andy Baugh 6B Baugh , 4. Bart Andrews 69 Trone , 5. Mark Billings 60E Billings , 6. John Heitzman 43 Heitzman , 7. Jeff Sparks 55 Sparks. He's also made three Silver Crown starts as a driver, finishing 13th at both Springfield and Du Quoin.
However, Dyson has a conflict that will not allow him to be behind the wheel of his Silver Crown car as a driver, instead competing in a Trans Am race at Virginia International Raceway where he is competing for a series title. We met with Jason and visited him, then went up to the stands and watched him win his heat race from fifth on the grid, then he went out and won the feature.
I thought that was a pretty solid audition! Broken Arrow, Oklahoma's McDougal was victorious in just eighth start on that September 1 race, proving he is a quick study in his first year in sprint cars. Now comes another big test as McDougal jumps behind the wheel of a Silver Crown for the first time ever.
I'd never been to a Crown race until this year and they're pretty awesome. It's a long race and you've got a long time, but I've got some patience. And I think I'll be pretty good at conserving my tires.
Jason Goff 19J Goff , 2. Joe Krawiec 1B Miller , 3. Derek O'Hearn 55 Matczak , 4. Justin Phillips 1m Miller , 5. Seth Carlson 2 Matczak , 6. Will Hull 3 Matczak. Jeff Horn A-1 Mossman , 2. Mike Chaffee 18c Chaffee. Adam Whitney 12 Whitney , 4. Brandon Emerson 8 Emerson , 5. Robert White 68 White , 6. Tim Gallant 33 Gallant.
Korey Weyant of Springfield, Ill. Dave Baugh 7B Baugh , 2. Tyler Roth 18 Roth , 3. Brent Burrows 51 Terry , 5. Daltyn England 19E England , 7. Scott Koerner 1 Koerner , 8. Jeff Sparks 55 Sparks , 3. Korey Weyant 51R Johnson , 4. Jeremy Hull 24 Hull , 5. Ryan Patrick 23 Patrick , 6. Charlie Kunz 27 Kunz , 7. Blake Haynes 9B Haynes. Mitchel Davis 37 Raymond , 2. Jason Allen 28 Allen , 3. Jeff Mallonee 31 Mallonee , 4. Kurt Mueller 83 Mueller , 5. Tori Smirh 18 Smith , 6. Kevin Battefeld 42 Battefeld , 7.
Adam Lemke of Hollister, Calif. Toni Breidinger, 26, Breidinger Joey Iest, 17, Iest Adam Lemke, 98, Lemke Elvis Rankin, 54, Rankin Johnny Nichols, 14, Nichols Bryant Bell, 00, Jessop Aaron Leffel 11L Taylor , 2. Jon Steed 7s Steed , 3. Alex Watson 3 Watson , 4.
Stratton Briggs 71 Briggs , 5. Cory Guingrich 11G Guingrich , 6. Jon Watson 25 Watson , 7. Kevin Blue 7DW Blue , 8. Tyler Key 5c Key , 9.
Kyle Kriegbaum 12 Kriegbaum , Blake Vermillion 73 Vermillion , Brent Watson 17K Watson , Gunnar Lucius 22 Lucius , Bill Dunham 84 Dunham , Thomas Bigelow 2B Bigelow , Taylor Cox 7x Cox , Don Bigelow 4 Bigelow , Jim Dues 3D Dues , Tom Hunt 12 Hunt. Watson, 3-Briggs, 4-Steed, 5-Guingrich, 6-J. Michael Faccinto, 9D, Dodenhoff Jake Swanson, 73X, Ford Ronnie Gardner, 68, Six Robby Josett, 2, Josett Shannon McQueen, 7, McQueen Robert Dalby, 4D, Dalby Randi Pankratz, 8, Pankratz Tristan Thomas, 1P, Nichols Tristan Guardino, 16K, Kruseman Kyle Beilman, 31, Beilman Bruce Hiroshima, 55, Hiroshima Bryan Drollinger, 71, Drollinger Dylan Ito, 73, Ford Keoni Texeira, 73T, Ford Ashley Hazelton-Heredia, 15, Hazelton Daniel Anderson, 77, Anderson Jake Swanson 17th to 6th.
An unprecedented accomplishment deserves an unprecedented celebration in Kevin Thomas, Jr. Just moments after taking the checkered flag to become the first three-time winner of the "Haubstadt Hustler" at Tri-State Speedway, Thomas found himself sandwiched between a pile of racecars in turn one with heavy damage to the front end of his Dynamics, Inc. If it had been one lap earlier, it would've been a devastating heartbreaker for the Cullman, Alabama driver.
Instead, it created a memorable celebration from the makeshift turn one junkyard as he emerged from the top of the roll cage to high-five his roommate and third-place finisher Jason McDougal who stacked his ride alongside that of Thomas.
That was something special," Thomas exclaimed. But, at the end of the day, I'm the only person to win this race three times. I instantly went from a little frustrated to super pumped.
When I got out, it was just a front end. Thomas' voyage to get there began from the third spot behind front row starters Kent Schmidt and C. Schmidt sprinted to the lead on the opening lap, narrowly eclipsing Leary at the line by a foot. However, Leary took sole ownership of the lead entering turn one and would have a Master Lock on the spot for the bulk of the lapper.
As Leary shined through much of the early stages, the night's most gnarly incident occurred on the 13th lap when third-running Schmidt's machine broke entering the third turn.
Fourth-running and previous night's Terre Haute winner Brady Bacon was trailing just behind, but with nowhere to go, ramped over Schmidt's left rear wheel, snapped around backwards and flipped over. He was okay and, miraculously, restarted the race from the tail, ultimately finishing 14th. Throughout the middle stages and within ten to go, Leary was in control, upping his lead to more than a second and a half while Thomas and McDougal duked it out for second.
However, as can and will happen often in racing, lapped traffic came into play, at moments being a benefit to Leary and other times, ehh, not so much. With four laps remaining, as soon as Leary's pace was stifled in traffic, it was almost as if you could hear the theme from the movie Jaws playing in the distance. As Leary drifted just a tad high off turn four, Thomas stuck his ride underneath Leary's, pulling side-by-side along each other in a drag race to the line to snare the lead, one in which he would not relinquish.
Thomas got a bit sideways between turns three and four coming to the checkered, but it was no harm, no foul, as he straightened it out, stood on the gas and finished out his fifth win of the year, followed by Leary, McDougal in his first ever visit to Tri-State, while Dave Darland and Carson Short rounded out the top-five.
We were able to get up underneath him and beat him to one. As narrow as the track was, it wasn't necessarily blocking, but you could run a safe line where you don't have to run balls out and you can still make your car work and it makes it really hard to pass you.
It's just one of those mind games. We were just trying to figure out the racetrack and it all played out in our favor tonight. We could do it all over again tomorrow and C. We had a good racecar and luck on our side, finally. He was certainly well aware that it had been just a few days shy of three months since his last triumph.
He's had many a good run, qualified well - 14 fast times, in fact - but just wasn't able to get over the hump. Now with a win under his belt and a point advantage in the standings, he's now back at the top of his game heading to next Saturday's "4-Crown Nationals" at Eldora Speedway where he knows the gameplan.
If you're not winning races, eventually those third places aren't going to do the job. With the way this championship is going, the consistency is what's got us back to the lead, but if you want to secure that lead, you're going to have to win. You have to score the most points every single night and you have to run away with it. As good as they are, when you have one bad night, have one flat tire, or have one little thing go wrong, there's 30 points.
You have to give yourself a cushion. You can't bank on a point cushion getting you through the year because it ain't. Stephen Schnapf, 61m, Edwards Chet Williams, 38, Fortune Kent Schmidt, 5K, Schmidt Kendall Ruble, 17, Ruble Stevie Sussex, 17GP, Dutcher Critter Malone, 7, Seven Donny Brackett, 4B, Brackett Daron Clayton, 5o, Schmidt Collin Ambrose, 36, Ambrose Shawn Arriaga, 56, Arriaga Brian Wallace, 27, Wallace Patrick Budde, 90, Budde Chayse Hayhurst, 20, Hayhurst James Lyerla, 11, JL Eric Perrott, 45, Perrott Schmidt, 20 Ballou, 4.
Leary 2 , 3. Jason McDougal 8 , 4. Dave Darland 7 , 5. Carson Short 15 , 6. Tyler Courtney 16 , 7. Robert Ballou 10 , 8. Chase Stockon 11 , 9. Kyle Cummins 9 , Donny Brackett 13 , Stephen Schnapf 5 , Isaac Chapple 14 , Chet Williams 19 , Brady Bacon 6 , Critter Malone 21 , Kendall Ruble 20 , Chris Windom 4 , Daron Clayton 17 , Justin Grant 12 , Tony DiMattia 22 , Brandon Mattox 23 , Kent Schmidt 1 , Elvis Rankin of Evergreen, Colo.
He passed Johnny Nichols on lap five and led the rest of the way for the lap win. Adam Lemke 98 Lemke , 2. Joey Iest 17 Iest , 3. Elvis Rankin 54 Rankin , 4. Austin Carter 00 Jessop , 5. Toni Breidinger 26 Breidinger , 6. George Tuttle 98x Tuttla , 7. Johnny Nichols 14 Nichols. Johnny Keny of Kiefer, Okla. Johnny Kent 55 Kent , 2. Alex DeCamp 84 DeCamp , 4.
Brian Harvey 29H Harvey , 6. Patrick Prescott 5P Prescott , 7. Ryan Dean 79x Dean. Casey Wills 31X Wills , 2.
Warren Fields 1 Fields , 3. Jeffery Newell 22X Newell , 4. Ben Frey 24 Frey , 5. Grant Wresche 13 Wresche , 7. Taylor Peterson 96 Peterson. Cameron Hagin 5 Hagin , 2. Cody Jarvis 18J Jarvis , 3. Tanner Conn 78 Conn , 4. Brett Wilson 53 Wilson , 5. Tim Kent 79 Kent , 6. Jordan Weaver 5X Weaver. Michael Tyre II, Roy Entze II, It's certainly been a whirlwind week-plus of highs for Brady Bacon.
On Monday, he became a father for the third time with the birth of daughter, Linley. For some reason, new kids bring a lot of wins it seems like. We've won two championships the year the last two kids were born and now we got this one.
We can win a lot of money from here to the end of the year with a lot of big paying races, so this is a good time to get momentum. Pole sitter Shane Cottle set the pace into turn one on the opening lap, but it was outside front row starter C. Leary who won the race to turn three to grab the lead where he'd remain for the first five circuits. On lap six, Nick Bilbee and Josh Hodges tangled in turn one, sending Bilbee hard into the outside concrete to bring out the first stoppage of the night.
Both were uninjured, but both were finished for the evening. The caution closed the gap between Leary and the rapidly climbing Bacon for the lap six restart. Leary held the advantage when racing returned to green, but Bacon was close enough to apply pressure. Leary drifted a bit high on the exit of four and Bacon was there to capitalize on the bottom, ripping the lead away and, immediately, carving out a half-straightaway lead nearing the halfway point when Dave Darland slowed to a stop in turn two on lap When action resumed, second-place Robert Ballou was able to stay in touch with Bacon, bouncing along the bottom between turns three and four as he trailed five car lengths back.
But, with six laps remaining, Bacon nearly lost all those gains on the track and nearly gained a migraine, getting completely sideways between turns one and two. Bacon gathered up his mount and motored on, while Ballou was unable to erase any ground. This has been a good little stretch. Luckily, we were able to get it pointed straight. What first appeared like a bout of misfortune turned into good fortune for the Broken Arrow, Oklahoma native as he simultaneously danced with lapped traffic with Ballou hot on the trail.
But when things are going your way, you can get by with stuff that maybe you shouldn't be able to. Sometimes that's just the way it works and I'm glad it's my turn right now. Tenth-running Justin Grant's car went up in smoke with five laps remaining to bring out the final yellow.
On the ensuing restart, Bacon had the buffer of a lapped car in Isaac Chapple between he and Ballou to break away with any increment of a gain he could pocket. I had a new shock on that we were trying tonight, and it was really good.
We could stick anywhere we wanted at the beginning of the race and had a lot of grip into the center. That dictates your speed here, and I could carry momentum and not have to overdrive it to carry a lot of speed. We used our tire up a little bit, but that's kind of part of it here. I felt like if someone challenged me I could've gone a little bit harder, but it was nice to be able to get to the front as quick as we did. Jarett Andretti, 18, Andretti Carson Short, 21, RCM Nate McMillin, 24m, McMillin Bill Rose, 6, Rose Gabe Griffith, 37, Griffith An ideal sound reinforcement design covers an audience with amplified sound in a manner that provides uniform loudness, good speech intelligibility, musical clarity, natural tonal quality and proper localization to the natural acoustic sources.
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