Local drivers finish atop final Wagner Speedway standings
WAGNER--The 11-week racing season at the Wagner Speedway concluded on Monday and saw a couple of changes at the top of the standings. Kevin Andersh, of Wagner, started the week in second in the Sport Compact division, but a first-place finish on ...
WAGNER-The 11-week racing season at the Wagner Speedway concluded on Monday and saw a couple of changes at the top of the standings.
Kevin Andersh, of Wagner, started the week in second in the Sport Compact division, but a first-place finish on Monday gave him 359 season points and the title. Wagner's Matthew Andersh recorded 357 points to finish second, while Cassy Muilenburg, of Mitchell, finished third with 261 points.
In Hobby Stock, Wagner's Joey Jaton also used a successful Monday to his advantage, placing fourth to vault him ahead of Kevin Vasek, of Lake Andes, for the championship at 311 points. Vasek scored 304, while Jordan Vosika, of Gregory, finished with 277.
Ethan's Camden Myers ran away with the B Modifieds title, scoring 370 points. Armour natives Wade Wright (355) and Dudley Schroeder Jr. (319) placed second and third, respectively.
Justin Havranek, of Wagner, barely held onto the Late Model title as his 234 points were just four more than Wagner's Seth Fischer (230) and five more than Springfield's Jared Jelsma (229).
John Otte was able to hold onto the one-point lead he entered the week with in Winged 305 Sprints. The Ravinia native scored 131 points to top Tony Drueke, of Naper, Neb., by six points.
Tyler Myers, of Ethan, scored 910 points in Super Stock for the largest margin of victory, but a couple of Mitchell natives swept the final two spots in the top three. Cody Martin scored 894 points and Brandon Tingle racked up 849.