Anderson Wins 1st Career Feature on Supreme Lawn & Landscape Night

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May 21, 2014

Oskaloosa, Iowa (May 21st, 2014) Mother Nature continues to leave Track Promoter Mike Van Genderen on his toes but once again the track was in great shape all night. One driver picked up his first career feature win on Supreme Lawn and Landscape Night at the Races.

First feature of the night was in the IMCA Sport Compacts ten lapper and it was John Whalen taking the lead early. Whalen held off early challenges from Matt Moore and Trent Orwig and than late in the race from his own brother Bill Whalen to take the win. Kassidy Kirkpatrick finish third, Moore came across in fourth and Jason Breuklander in fifth.

Next up was the Budweiser IMCA Stock Cars 18 lap feature, which saw Corey Stout take the early lead but Kris Walker and Donavon Nunnikhoven was right there until Nunnikhoven spun out on the fronstretch on lap seven. Once the race resumed it was Cayden Carter and Brad Pinkerton giving Stout a challenge. Pinkerton was able to take the lead away on lap ten and despite a caution on lap 15, Pinkerton cruised on to take the win. Carter, Stout, Nathan Wood and Shane Paris rounded top five.

Before the IMCA Late Models completed a circuit in their 20 lap feature, the caution came out when Jeremy Grady and Curtis Glover got together. Todd Cooney jumped to the lead and never looked back to take his second win of the season at SIS. Colby Springsteen finished second, Tom Darbyshire was third, Tommy Elston was fourth and John VanDenBerg was fifth.

Musco Lighting IMCA Modifieds saw Casey Greubel take the early lead in the 15 lap feature. Greubel led until lap nine when Jesse Sobbing took the lead away. Sobbing to the win with Greubel in second, Todd Shute in third, Andrew Schroeder in fourth and Cayden Carter in fifth.

After the initial start in the Pepsi IMCA Hobby Stocks feature was called back which also saw Justin Hook and Dustin Griffiths get together in turn four. Brad Stephens took the early race lead but it was Mike Hughes taking it away on lap four and never looking back. Hughes took the win by a full straightaway meanwhile the real show was from Dustin Griffiths would found his way to second after going to the tail early in the race. Craig Brown, Brandon Cox and Nick Ulin finished third through fifth.

Final feature of the night was the KBOE Radio IMCA Northern SportMods also saw a race caution but this time a lap was scored. Logan Anderson was the lead however sixth place runner Tyler Gross spun out in turn two. Anderson led the remaining 15 laps to take his first career win over Carter VanDenBerg, Curtis VanDerWal, Brett Lowry and Brayton Carter.

Next Wednesday Night will be Fan Appreciation Night sponsored by Slideways Karting Center, Nutz Graphics, Yaw's Auto Salvage and Taso's Steakhouse meaning all it will take is one five dollar bill to get to the grandstands. Also on the card is the 30 lap IMCA SportMod Special plus IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars, IMCA Hobby Stocks and IMCA Sport Compacts. Hot Laps at 7:00 p.m. and Racing at 7:30 p.m.

Make Note of some other races coming up at Osky like the Jerry's Automotvie Pro Collision Hobby Stock Special on June 4th and Lucas Oil MLRA Late Models $5,000 Gambler Challenge Race on Thursday June 12th. Next appearance for IMCA Late Models is July 15th and 16th during the Southern Iowa Fair.