Claremore Daily Progress


June 24, 2013

Another new sprint champ in heavy night of Outlaw racing


MUSKOGEE — Factory Stock: 1. Kreg Dobson, Muskogee. 2. Kevin Flock, Muskogee. 3. Cory Carter, Muskogee. 4. Mike Wiseman, Muskogee. 5. Jarrett Arnold, Morris. 6. Ryan Yates, Muskogee. 7. Ben Moore, Muskogee. 8. Frank Sexton, Stigler. 9. Ryann Blue, Checotha. 10. Wyatt Rowland, Fort Gibson. 11. Joe Kelley, Porter. 12. Johnny Anderson, Eufaula.

Pro Stock: 1.David Whittle, Muskogee. 2. Nick Atherton, Bartlesville. 3. Roy Long, Stilwell. 4. Mike Withrow, Muskogee. 5. Chris Vannoster, Colleyville, Kan. 6. Dan Leatherman, Muskogee. 7. Jason Linzy, Collinsville. 8. Mike Bitner, Frontenac, Ark., 9. Rusty Green, Sapulpa. 10. Kayden Menasco, McAlester. 11. Dwain Rigsbee, Summers, Ark.

Sport Modified: 1. Kyle Slader, Muskogee. 2. Kinzer Edwards, South Coffeyville. 3. Frank Graven, Cushing. 4. Ross McCartney, Lahoma. 5. Michael Shenberger, Woodward. 6. Craig Demuth, Pawhuska. 7. Daniel Tarkington, Checotah. 8. Tim Ford, Enid. 9. Travis Johnson, Enid. 10. Gary Dilbeck, Catoosa. 11. Courtney McCartney, Lahoma. 12. Bailee Cliff, Aline. 13. Robert Elliott, Clinton. 14. Ronny Gould, Calera, 15. Mike Owens, Wagoner. 16. Caleb Edwards, South Coffeyville.

Late Models: 1. Jacob Magee, Caney, Kan. 2. Brandon Hunter, Alma, Ark. 3. Colten Dunlap, Muskogee. 4. Ted Holt, Porter. 5. Dillon Rupe, Broken Arrow. 6. Houston Garrison, Chouteau. 7. Blake Byrd, Muskogee. 8. Dalton Garrison, Chouteau. 9. Jason Sperry, Porter. 10. Clay Julian, Ozark, Ark.

Modified: 1. Tate Cole, Fort Gibson. 2. Terry Beckham, Webb City, Mo. 3. Andy Morris, Okay. 4. Grady Smith, Oakhurst. 5. Heath Weston, Muskogee. 6. Brett Hansen, Muskogee. 7. Mykel Atkison, Dewey. 8. Devin Beach, Muskogee. 9. Dalton Clay, Muskogee. 10. Greg Burt, Enid. 11. Jason Leatherman, Muskogee.

IMCA Modified: 1. Danny Womack, Bixby. 2. Shannon Reheard, Muskogee. 3. Kreg Dobson, Muskogee. 4. Daniel Tarkington, Checotah. 5. Ryan LaCoe, Claremore. 6. Dale Carnell, Muskogee. 7. Rodney Cantrell, Muskogee. 8. Ron Yates, Muskogee. 9. Nick Shenberger, Sharon. 10. Logan Miller, Muskogee. 11. Taylor Hall, Farmington, Ark. 12. Shannon Scott, Henryetta. 13. Darren Stephens, Haskell. 14. Jeremy LaCoe, Adair. 15. Shannon Scott, Welling. 16. Jacob Campbell, Oktaha. 17. Brett Hansen, Muskogee. 18. Bret Sexton, Checotah. 19. Chris Nooner, McAlester. 10. Ryan Franklin, Morris.



Junior Sprints: 1. Jake Nail. 2. Cole Roberts. 3. Blake Battles. 4. Reese Moore. 5. Trevor Lunsford. 6. Tyler Menasco. 7. Ryder LaPlante.

Restrictor: 1. Bailey Hughes. 2. Ryan Hunt. 3. Jase Randolph. .4. Jaiden Hughes. 5. Nathan Weida. 6. Joey Schmidt. 7. Kaylee Bryson.

A Class: Earl McDoulett. 2. Chad Bell. 3. Kris Carroll. 4. Logan Ellis. 5. Austin Crowder. 6. Chase Rohrbaugh. 7. Flank Flud. 8. Christina Cypert. 9. Brandon Boggs.

Sportsman: 1. Craig Carroll. 2. Luke Tipton. 3. John Stowe. 4. Bailey Hughes. 5. Jase Randolph. 6. Colt Dyer.

Non-wing: 1. Jeffrey Newell. 2. Chris Cochran. 3. Randy Crowder. 4. Danny James. 5. Charles Valenzuela. 6. Ronnie James. 7. Dillon Conrad. 8. Tim Greene. 9. Austin Crowder. 10. Blake Edwards. 11. Brandon Boggs. 12. Tony Ogden. 13. Logan Ellis. 14. Kinzer Edwards. 15. Cord Dodson. 16. Dustin Boston.  17. Chase Rohrbough.

Outlaw: 1. Frank Flud. 2. Earl McDoulett. 3. Kris Carroll. 4. Hannah Adair. 5. Randy Crowder. 6. Frank Taft. 7. Shane Fletcher. 8. Brian Nance.

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