Hunter, Lowe, Courtney, Duncan And Burns All Score Racing Victories Saturday Night

Sunday, August 2, 2020 - by Steve Hixson

Ethan Hunter of Harrison won the Limited Late Model feature Saturday night at Mountain View Raceway in Dayton/Spring City. Leading all 30 laps the "Spangler Sheet Metal, NANO Activated Coatings" sponsored racer beat Blue Ridge's Sylvan Schuette and Dunlap's Andy Miller to the checkers.

At 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour near Gatlinburg Jesse Lowe (# 5j) of Crossville picked up the 604/Crate win after leaders Cory Hedgecock of Loudon and and Zach Sise of Knoxville wrecked together on the front straightaway. Lowe and his 5jMotorsports.com raceteam have been on a roll since returning to racing after a brief hiatus early in the summer.

At I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater Kyle Courtney (# 171) of Knoxville topped the Late Models Saturday, while Dustin Duncan (# 21) of Oneida won the special $1,200 FWD race.

In Alabama, Duck Springs Whitetail Deer farmer Lucas Burns won the Super Late Model feature at Fort Payne Motor Speedway.

The World of Outlaws Late Model series race was rained out Saturday night and reset for Sunday afternoon. The B-Main will preceed the 75 lap $25,000 feature starting around 2 p.m. live on DIRTVision internet for subscribers.


Choate Has Victory In Arkansas

Lee Women First, Men Second In UAH Charger Cross Country Race

Owens Gets 11th Series Victory In Nebraska Friday; Courtney And Trammell Take Crossville Wins


Ronnie Choate of Cookeville traveled to Little Rock, Ar. for the 2nd Annual Mod Lite SuperNationals at the I-30 Speedway and took on over 70 other race teams for the $6,000 victory Saturday night. ... (click for more)

– The Lee University cross country teams opened their 2020 seasons at the UAH Chargers XC Open Saturday morning at John Hunt Park. Lee won the women’s and the men finished second. The Lady ... (click for more)

Winning his 11th series race of the season, Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model series points leader Jimmy Owens (# 20) added $7,000 to his bank account Friday in the I-80 Speedway preliminary feature ... (click for more)



Sports

Choate Has Victory In Arkansas

Ronnie Choate of Cookeville traveled to Little Rock, Ar. for the 2nd Annual Mod Lite SuperNationals at the I-30 Speedway and took on over 70 other race teams for the $6,000 victory Saturday night. The cars a miniature open wheel modified racecars that are usually an undercard division at most tracks around the country. (click for more)

Lee Women First, Men Second In UAH Charger Cross Country Race

– The Lee University cross country teams opened their 2020 seasons at the UAH Chargers XC Open Saturday morning at John Hunt Park. Lee won the women’s and the men finished second. The Lady Flames placed three runners in the top five and five in the top 10 on their way to accumulating 23 points. Mississippi College placed six runners in the top 12 to finish second in the team ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Woman Injured When Car Crashes Into The Brainerd Pharmacy Early Monday Morning

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Opinion

From Exclusion To Inclusion: The Need For A New Chattanooga Way

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Roy Exum: Thank You, Bill Zinkeler

There is one story in the Bible that I try to never forget. It’s the one where the Lord Jesus healed 10 lepers but only one came back with thanks. Man, forget those other nine … I strive to be the one who comes back. After all God has done in my life … I may fail again and again. I may be ‘a back-slider,’ and a disappointment to the Kingdom, but, brother, not thanking God every ... (click for more)