Lopez takes first place in SCS Pony division

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, March 28, 2006


Jerry Lopez took the show Saturday night in the Pony division in his No. 6 car. Terry Reach, Jerry&8217;s son-in-law, came in a close second in the No. 5 car. Bill and Tim Butler put up a hard fight for third, but in the end Bill in the No. 8 car came out on top.

Josh Cost took the checkers in the Super Pony Class in the No. 20 car after Eddie Pickett took his No. 44 to the pits on the next to last lap.

In the Hobby class, Gary Ingram in the No. 8 car took his second straight win with Robert Lucas in the No. 44 car on his tail for the second spot. James Kendrick took third in the No. 50 car. Also finishing the race were J.R. Brown (No. 46), Michael Smith (No. 8) and Clint Stone (No. 22).

The Pure Stock class saw Derrick Price in the No.

10 car take the win. Chris Howell took second in the No. 1 car and Brandon Sledge finished third in the No. 8 car. Other finishers were Mark Price (No. 10), Justin Cleckler (No. 3) and Vinnie Wydeman (No. 31).

David Davis in the No. 00 car took his third straight win in the Hogg class with Bobby Butler in the No. 33 car nipping at his heels for second. Gary Woods in the No. 77 car secured the third despite spinning out twice. Sammy Thrash in the No. 72 car also completed the race along with Johnny Butler in the No. 71 car.

The Little Speeders had a great turn out in the 5-8 year-old division with six racers coming out to face the cold.

Noah Davis brought in the field on his No. 00 cart with Ryan Smith close behind taking second on the No. 16 cart. Austin Thompson took the third spot on the No. 2 cart. Lane Bishop on the No. 3 cart and Andrew Thompson on the No. 1 cart finished well for there first ever race.

The 9-12 year-old division was a true grudge match between brother and sister duo J.J. and Becky Butler.

J.J. took the win on the No. 11 cart, with Becky coming in second on the No. 9 cart