IMCA Stock Car Series returns to Sunset Speedway Park

first_imgJerry Schram, Kevin Roberts, and Donald Schott are the three SSP winners this year. Overall, Schram is tied for most wins with Sean Gentry with two wins each. However, Schram is the only driver to have two wins at two different tracks. Roberts, Schott, Dakota Godard and Brian Cronk all have won with the series once during the current campaign. BANKS, Ore. – The inaugural season of the Big Sky Landscaping IMCA Sunoco Stock Car Se­ries is back in action at Sunset Speedway Park this Saturday, Aug. 3. The tour has ventured to the Banks Bullring on three occasions in 2019 and has seen three different winners. By Ben Deatherage It will be Kids’ Night at Banks, which means that children ages 12 and under get in free. Ticket prices are $13 for adults and seniors, military and juniors ages 13-17 are $10. A family pass (two adults and up to four youth ages 6-12 is $35 while premium seats are available for $25 each. Pit gates open at 2 p.m. and front gates open at 4 p.m., with racing at 6 p.m.last_img read more

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SU steeples shine on second night of ACC Championships

first_img Published on May 11, 2018 at 9:17 pm Contact Danny: dremerma@syr.edu | @DannyEmerman Facebook Twitter Google+ Led by steeples Noah Affolder, Aidan Tooker and Paige Stoner, SU picked up more points in the ACC Outdoor Track and Field Championship Friday night.In the men’s 3000-meter steeplechase, Affolder (8:46.22) and Tooker (8:48.63) secured first and second place for the Orange, earning SU 18 points to build on their strong first night. While Affolder, a freshman, held off Virginia Tech’s challenger, Tooker recovered from his fall into the water trap on the second-to-last lap and burst into second place.In Stoner’s race, the sophomore took an early lead and never looked back. She breezed to a first-place finish and shattered the ACC Championship record with a 9:50.42 time. With her personal and school-best, she beat the next-fastest competitor by 17 seconds in the women’s 3000-meter steeplechase.Tooker, Affolder and Stoner have excelled at the steeplechase this year, despite a lack of focus on specific training for the event.“What we try to do is find really good athletes that it comes naturally to,” SU head coach Chris Fox told The Daily Orange in April. “Paige is natural at it, Noah is natural at it and Aidan is natural at it, those are our steeples.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMatt Moore, Angelo Goss and Richard Floyd finished 2-3-4 in the preliminary men’s 100-meter hurdles and will compete for the Orange in tomorrow’s final event. David Gilstrap, Kelvin Almonte and Jamil Adams did not make the cut.In the women’s 400-meter race, junior Kadejhia Sellers won her heat and advanced to the finals.Senior Winston Lee finished second in his heat and qualified for the men’s 100-meter final.In the women’s 100-meter hurdles, neither Tia Thevenin, Danielle Delgado nor Aviana Goode qualified for the final. Thevenin was the closest, finishing 0.31 off the qualifying edge and 0.69 seconds off the leader, Florida State University’s Cortney Jones.Dasia Pressley, Imani Clark, Justice Richardson and Eunice Boateng also failed to qualify in their event, the women’s 100-meter dash.With one more day of competition, the Syracuse men sit in third place with 41 points and the women are in ninth with 15 points. Commentslast_img read more

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