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Double Down Dover Dominates Wagner
This past weekend, history was made, as Wagner Speedway hosted it's first ever two-day event in the Fort Randall Casino Double Down Showdown, presented by Dakota Plains Ag Center and Mark's Machinery. Huge crowds both nights enjoyed great racing and saw some of the best action of the season. Both nights featured the Property Solutions of America MSTS 360 Sprints and the Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprint Series, presented by Malvern Bank and the IMCA Race Saver 305 Sprint Cars. Both nights also featured a twist to the line up process, as both sprint car classes brought their top 8 drivers following the heat races up to the front straight and played Black Jack to determine the first 8 starting spots for their feature event. Friday night, the sprinters were jointed by Late Models, WISSOTA Super Stocks and B-Modifieds, with Saturday's card featuring the T&R Contracting Late Model Street Stock Touring Series, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives.
During the opening circuits of night number one in the B-Modifieds, James Reiner (Wessington Springs, SD) and Dudley Schroeder, Jr (Armour, SD) would battle for supremecy until Schroeder took the lead on lap six. While that battle was raging, veteran driver David Carlson (Huron, SD) began his march to the front. Scheduled to start sixth in the event, took the green fourth because of mechanical problems with Josh Pfeifer (Spencer, NE). Using the low groove to his advantage, Carlson finally made his move on lap 11 and went on to victory in his first ever appearance at the track. Carlson was followed by Schroeder, Jr, Jayme Peterson (Highmore, SD), Camden Myers (Ethan, SD) and Reiner. Heats were won by Myers and Schroeder.
The WISSOTA Super Stocks would be next and pole sitter Brandon Tingle (Mitchell, SD) would lead the first two laps until Tyler Myers (Ethan, SD), who started fifth, would overtake Tingle for top honors. Myers would lead until late in the event, but was not able to hold off Tingle. On a restart with two laps remaining, Tingle pounced on the opportunity and retook the lead on lap 14. As the two took the white flag, fans were on the edge of their seat and the final lap saw Tingle prevail for a very popular win. For tingle, it was his first win of the season and his 23rd of his career, tying him with Daryl Green (Mitchell, SD) for third on the all time wins list. Tingle was followed across the checkers by Myers, Kip Myers (Ethan, SD), Kipp DeGroot (Platte, SD) and Cody Martin (Mitchell, SD). Tingle also won the heat race.
The Late Models took to the high banks and this one would see one of the most amazing finishes in speedway history. Following a restart on lap five, Jared Jelsma (Springfield, SD) and Mike Babcock (Creighton, NE) would wage a back and forth duel for the next three laps until Babcock took the point on lap seven. With all the action at the front of the field, Quentin Myers (Pukwana, SD) and Seth Fischer (Wagner, SD) joined in the mix. As all four drivers were bumper to bumper in turn four of the last lap, disaster struck the leader Babcock. As he had his second win ever just less than 100 yards away, something let go in the car and lost all power. Jelsma was right behind Babcock and had to slam on the brakes, allowing Myers and Fischer to take the outside line and go by, giving the win to Myers. Fischer would follow Myers for second, followed by Jelsma, Justin Havranek (Wagner, SD) and Jesse Kroger (Canton, SD). Heats were won by Myers and Fischer.
The first appearance of the year for the IMCA Race Saver 305 Sprint cars would have plenty of action from the outset. Jason Martin (Lincoln, NE) started fourth and over took the rest of the field and had the lead on lap two. Following a caution flag with four laps remaining, Martin would lead seventh position starter Shane Fick (Brandon, SD) and fifth starting spot driver Tyler Drueke (Eagle, NE) back to the line and Martin would go on to victory. Fick would settle for second and Drueke took third. Daniel Nekolite (O'Neill, NE) and Brant O'Banion (Sioux Falls, SD) would round out the top five. Heats were won by Drueke and Fick.
The finale of the night would feature the Property Solutions of America MSTS 360 Sprint Series and the Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprint Series, presented by Malvern Bank. The 25 lap main event would see pole sitter Jack Dover (Springfield, NE) show the way. The lead pack of Dover, Eric Lutz (Sioux Falls, SD) and Jason Martin (Lincoln, NE) would encounter lapped traffic on lap eight and worked to get through unscathed until a caution on lap 11. With 14 laps remaining, Dover, Lutz and Martin would begin the last five and a half miles of their quest nose to tail. as dense lapped traffic would be a factor lat in the race, Dover would prevail to pick up the win, his first at Wagner and his 4th on the Property Solutions of America MSTS 360 Sprint Series tour. Following Lutz and Martin for second and third respectively would be Brant O'Banion (Sioux Falls, SD) and Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD). Heats were won by Lutz, Dover and Jody Rosenboom (Rock Rapids, IA).
Night number two of the Fort Randall Casino Double Down Showdown, presented by Dakota Plains Ag Center and Mark's Machinery, would begin with Hobby Stocks. Derrick Scott (Geddes, SD), Jordan Vosika (Gregory, SD) and Jeremy Sengelmann (Dallas, SD) would quietly show the way around the high banks for the first seven laps, but lap eight would be anything but quiet. One of the wildest laps of racing would ensue as all three drivers would trade paint, experience the lead for a short time during the same lap and bring the fans to their feet. Lap nine though would be the end of the line for Scott as he was caught up in an incident that severely damaged the car and forced him to retire from the race. The restart would bunch the field back together and set up some late race excitement. With Vosika and Senglemann in position to claim victory, James Hoing (Kimball, SD) had worked his way from his 12th starting spot and would find the front on lap 14. Hoing would hold on for the final lap and secure his first win of his career at Wagner Speedway. Vosika would settle for second, Nich Janssen (Sioux Falls, SD) would finish third and Marty Halouska (Worthing, SD) and Tanner Novak (Wagner, SD) would round out the top five. Heat races were won by Josh Gebhart (Mitchell, SD), Clifford Houser (Kimball, SD) and Kevin Vasek (Lake Andes, SD).
The second appearance of the T&R Contracting Late Model Street Stock Series took the green with J.J. Zebell (Parker, SD) and Jim Pruett (Brandon, SD) on the front row. The night would come to an unfortunate quick end for Pruett as mechanical issues forced him to a stop on the exit of turn two and would have to send his 97 machine pit side for the remainder of the night. On the restart, Zebell would lead the field for the first five laps until Brylee Gough would take advantage of Zebell's motor issues and took the lead on lap six. Gough, formally of Kimball, SD, would fend off challenges from Tim Dann (Hartford, SD) and John Hoing (Hartford, SD) to pick up his first ever victory in a race car at any track. The win by Gough would be the sixth different winner on the T&R Contracting Late Model Street Stock Series in six scheduled races in 2018. John Hoing, Tim Dann, Kip Myers (Ethan, SD) and Ron Howe (Wentworth, SD) would round out the top five. Heats were won by Zebell and Pruett.
The second appearance of the IMCA Race Saver 305 Sprint Cars would have Elliot Amdahl (Flandreau, SD) and Jesse Lindberg (Sioux Falls, SD) show the field to the green flag. Those two would battle until a lap 3 mishap by Lindberg would bring out a caution flag. On the restart with 2 laps in the books, Amdahl assumed the point, with a very fast Shane Fick (Brandon, SD) right behind him. Fick, who started seventh, was on a mission as one of Fick's sponsors, Dyce Livestock, put up a $1000 bonus for Fick to win the event. As Fick kept the pressure on Amdahl, he made a bold move to the bottom of the speedway in turn four to take the lead on lap 12 and would cruise on from there to take his first victory at Wagner Speedway and a big payday. Amdahl took second, Jason Martin (Lincoln, NE), Brant O'Banion (Sioux Falls, SD) and John Otte (Wagner, SD) would complete the top five. Heats were won by Lindberg and O'Banion.
In the B-Buzzer front wheel drive class, Matthew Andersh overtook pole sitter Tom Koster on lap 7, would battle door to door for the next lap until Andersh drove away and took his third victory of the season.
In the finale of the night and of the weekend, the Property Solutions of America MSTS 360 Sprints and the Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprint Series, presented by Malvern Bank, would begin with a four-wide salute to the fans who packed the grandstands both nights. When the green flag waved, Jody Rosenboom (Rock Rapids, IA) began the 25 lap journey on the pole position, but lap one would not be a good one for two of his pursuers. An accident in turn four of the first lap would see Tommy Barber (Brandon, SD) and Ryan Bickett (Ramona, SD) get collected in the melee, bringing out the red flag. Both drivers sustained significant car damage, forcing their retirement from the event, but both drives were okay. Also involved in the mess would be Jack Dover (Springfield, NE). Dover just missed disaster and sustained minor top wing side panel damage, but would be able to continue. On the restart, Thomas Kennedy (Winnipeg, MB) would take over the lead from Rosenboom and lead the first 12 laps. Meanwhile Dover, who restarted sixth, would make a statement on lap 13 and take the lead for good. The win gave him the weekend sweep and his fifth victory of the season on the MSTS 360 sprint tour. Following Dover across the line were Kennedy, Jason Martin (Lincoln, NE), Rosenboom and Cody Ledger (Omaha, NE). Heats were won by Bickett, Martin and Dover.
Action resumes at Wagner Speedway Friday night as Late Models, WISSOTA Super Stocks, B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives will be in competition, presented by Myer's Sanitation and Power's Port-A-Pot Rentals and Services. Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm with racing to follow. For more information, news, complete results, point standings and more, log onto the all new WagnerSpeedway.com or check out our Facebook page at Wagner Speedway Fan Page.
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Wagner Speedway Friday Recap, 2 Day Show This Weekend
Wagner Speedway Friday Recap, 2 Day Show This WeekendA season high 60 cars towed to Wagner Speedway this past Friday night, including the first appearance of the season for the Tri-State Late Model Series, for Military and First Responders night, presented by First Dakota National Bank, S&S Masonry and C&B Operations all of Wagner. The evening was an opportunity to salute the men and women of our Armed Forces, Law Enforcement and Rescue personnel as those heroes received free admission to the grandstands, thanks to our corporate partners.
The first feature event of the night featured the Hobby Stocks and this one would take some time to get rolling. Once it did however, the racing was excellent and ended with a surprise finish. Following two caution flags in the first two laps, the number 4 was bad luck for a local driver. Dennis Powers (Wagner, SD), whose car has a big number 4 on the side of it, got loose off of the fourth turn on the fourth lap, got sideways, and was clipped by an oncoming Josh Gebhart (Mitchell, SD). Gebhart had nowhere to go and struck the Powers car, causing too much damage for him to continue and Powers had to retire from the event. Meanwhile, with all this action in the first four circuits, cars from further back in the field were making their way to the front quickly. Derrick Scott (Geddes, SD) had worked from his 12th starting spot to third in just three laps, Taylor Blom (Corsica, SD) moved from eighth to third in four laps and Nate Desive (O'Neill, NE) had charged from his 17th starting spot into seventh, also in just four laps. Lap five, however, would be a lap that Scott would like to soon forget. As he had moved into second place and running down the leader Jeremy Senglemann (Dallas, SD), Scott looped his number 29 machine and would bring out the caution flag, then would have to retire two laps later because of a flat tire. On the restart with six laps remaining, Blom had the restart lead with Sengelmann right behind him and defending track champion Tim Waltner (Hartford, SD), who had worked himself into the top three from his 16th starting spot. Blom would be able to hold off all challenges from Senglemann and took the checkered flag on the track. It was later announced that Blom had been disqualified for being too light on the scales during the post race inspection, hence giving Senglemann his second win of the season and of his career. Waltner would claim the runner up spot, followed by Justin Schenkel (Tyndall, SD), Clifford Houser (Kimball, SD) and Kevin Vasek (Lake Andes, SD) rounding out the top five. Heats were won by Kevin Vasek and Clifford Houser.
The WISSOTA Super Stocks would be up next and Kipp DeGroot (Platte, SD) would get off to a great start and lead the first seven laps. With his left front wheel high in the air from being locked in on the racing surface, the fans were entertained to say the least. Someone who had the best seat in the house for the DeGroot show was Tyler Myers (Ethan, SD). After watching the performance from behind DeGroot, Myers wanted to put on his own show, this time as the leader, and took the point on lap eight, en route to his first win of the season and his seventh of his career at Wagner. Myers is the third different winner in three weeks of racing in the Super Stock class. Myers, who started fourth, was followed across the line by DeGroot, Brandon Tingle (Mitchell, SD), Cody Martin (Mitchell, SD) and Daniel Tingle (Mount Vernon, SD). Cody Martin won the heat.
The Tri-State Late Model series would hit the track next with 19 cars battling for the $1000 payday. After a caution on the fourth lap of this 20 lap event, the restart would cause the only red flag of the night, as John Hoefert (Sioux Falls, SD) ran into difficulty coming off the second turn and found himself facing the wrong way and wedged up on the implement tire barricade on the back stretch, hence ending his night with significant damage to the car. On lap eight, another caution flag would fly, bringing the leaders back together for a restart. That restart would have Bun Sukup (Norfolk, NE) showing the way from his pole position starting spot, followed by Quentin Myers (Pukwana, SD) and Gary Brown, Jr (Brandon, SD). Myers had charged from his sixth position at the beginning of the event and Brown, Jr had come from ninth starting spot. Following five more green flag laps, the caution would wave one more time, bunching these three back together bumper to bumper. The remaining eight laps would be controlled by Sukup, who picks up his first win of the season with the Tri-State Late Model series. The 2015 Wagner Speedway Late Model track champion also added to his impressive numbers at the speedway. His win Friday was his 22nd of his career, which is tops all time in that division and moves him into fourth place in the all time wins list in all classes. Myers would settle for second, Brown, Jr takes third, followed by Brad Vogt (Pierce, NE) and Troy Nothdurft (Sioux Falls, SD) to round out the top 5. The Keizer Aluminum Wheels Hard Charger award would be earned by Blair Nothdurft (Sioux Falls, SD), as he took sixth from his 17th starting spot. Heat races were won by Jesse Kroger (Canton, SD), Brad Vogt and Jeff Kroger (Canton, SD).
The B-Buzzer front wheel drive class would take to the track next and Matthew Andersh (Wagner, SD) picked up his second clean sweep of the season, as he won his heat race and the feature, his second of the year and fourth of his young career. Following Matthew across the checkers was the elder Andersh (Kevin, Wagner, SD) then Chris DeBoer (Mount Vernon, SD) and Shawn McKnelly (Hartford, SD).
The B-Mods would wrap up the show and it was another Myers who took home checkers. Camden Myers (Ethan, SD) started fourth and had the lead by the end of the first lap, then went on to dominate the 12 lap event, picking up his third win of the young season and his eighth of his career. In five feature events in the B-Mod division, Myers has three wins, a runner up finish and a fifth place showing. Following Myers in the event were Wade Wright (Armour, SD), Dudley Schroeder, Jr (Armour, SD), Zac Pruner (Sioux Falls, SD) and Josh Pfiefer (Spencer, NE). Pfeifer and Myers were heat race winners.
So that sets up the biggest weekend in the history of Wagner Speedway this Friday and Saturday, July 6th and 7th. The first annual Fort Randall Casino and Hotel Double Down Showdown, presented by Fort Randall Casino and Hotel, Mark's Machinery and Dakota Plains Ag Center. Both Friday and Saturday nights will feature the Property Solutions of America MSTS 360 sprints and the Carpetland Nebraska 360 sprints, presented by Malvern Bank in a co-sanctioned event. Also on the card both nights will be the first appearance of the IMCA RaceSaver 305 sprint cars, with multiple drivers competing in both classes. Friday night will also showcase Late Models, WISSOTA Super Stocks and B-Mods. Saturday will give fans the chance to see the return of the T&R Contracting Late Model Street Stock series, along with Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzer front wheel drives.
Fort Randall Casino and Hotel is going to be hopping with live entertainment both nights, as well as a car show featuring some of the weekends competitors for fans to meet and greet drivers, see these machines up close and personal, take pictures, get autographs and merchandise and more. Make your reservations soon before all the rooms are booked by calling 605-487-7871.
There will be plenty of things to see and do that weekend so make your plans to join us for a fun filled weekend in Wagner, Friday and Saturday, July 6th and 7th.
Gates open at 5pm, which will be your chance to experience delicious cuisine from Mom and Missy's Place at the track. It's not track food, it's great food at the track, featuring our famous chislic, polled pork sandwiches, walking tacos, grilled burgers, brats and hot dogs and more, along with ice cold Coca-Cola products and ice cold Budweiser products. Get to the track early as this show is sure to pack the joint. Hot laps begin at 7pm with racing to follow both nights. Keep checking Wagner Speedway's Facebook Page at Wagner Speedway Fan Page or the all new WagnerSpeedway.com for more details on upcoming events and bonus money to be put up by race fans and businesses around the region.
See you Friday and Saturday for the first annual Fort Randall Casino and Hotel Double Down Showdown, presented by Mark's Machinery and Dakota Plains Ag Center.
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Military and First Responders Night Friday at Wagner
As opposed to a rain cancellation, Wagner Speedway was scheduled to be silent this past Friday night, but when action resumes this Friday, it will be one of the most important and emotional nights of the season.
First Dakota National Bank, S & S Masonry and C & B Operations, all of Wagner, and the South Dakota Lottery present "Military and First Responders" night. All past and present military and first responders, with proper ID, will receive free admission into the grandstands for the event, and the first 750 people in attendance will receive a small American flag to wave during our opening ceremonies, which will include representatives from numerous branches of the National Guard, law enforcement, rescue personnel and more. The evening will also feature the first appearance of the Tri-State Late Model series to join our Late Models, WISSOTA Super Stocks, B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzers.
The South Dakota Lottery presents the first appearance of the Tri-State Late Model series. Drivers from a three state area are expected to try and tame the high banks in this exciting $1000 to win show. Plus, the winner of each feature for the Tri-State Late Model series events this season at Wagner will win $100 worth of scratch off lottery tickets. Then the driver who amasses the most Tri-State points during their three appearances will win a extra bonus of $250 worth of scratch off lottery tickets.
We invite you to get to the track early, enjoy a delicious dinner from "Mom and Missy's Place", not track food, it's great food at the track. Mom and Missy's features the most mouth watering food you will find anywhere with their famous chislic, polled pork sandwiches, grilled burgers and more, along with ice cold Coca-Cola products and ice cold Budweiser products.
Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm with racing to follow. For more information, updated point standings, complete results, schedules and more, check out the all new www.wagnerspeedway.com or follow our Facebook page at Wagner Speedway Fan Page. We'll see you this Friday, June 29th at Wagner Speedway.
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Hot Night, Hot Racing Action Friday at Wagner
A hot and muggy night would not keep fans or drivers away, as Wagner Speedway FINALLY ran it's third race of the season and the people in attendance were not disappointed. "Horsepower for Hunger" food drive night benefiting the Wagner Food Pantry and sponsored by Wagner Super Foods was a big success, Commercial State Bank "Kid's Night" was enjoyed by all with scooters, bikes and other prizes given away to young fans, and "B-Mod Madness" twin features night, presented by Mettler Implement of Menno and Mitchell and Bures and Associates, PC saw two different features and plenty of drama.
In B-Mod feature number one, Camden Myers (Ethan, SD), started from the outside of the second row and didn't waste anytime getting to the head of the field and was in control. Then with six laps remaining, a caution came out, bunching up the field. With Myers having the restart lead, Jerry Pfeifer (Spencer, NE) was in second and Wade Wright (Armour, SD) was third. Following the restart, Wright got by Pfeifer and attempted to run down the leader, but to no avail, as Myers took the win in feature number one. In the Subway Winner's Circle, Myers knew what he had to do at the start. "I knew I had to get out there right away right off the start and that's what I did. This thing was bad fast tonight from the get go, that's for sure." The win was Myers second of the season and seventh of his career. For his efforts, Myers took home the $500 winner's check, a big trophy and $100 worth of scratch off lottery tickets from the South Dakota Lottery. Following this feature, the line up would be set for the second feature of the evening, which would be completely inverted from the order of finish in feature number one. Heats were won by Wade Wright and Josh Pfeifer (Spencer, NE).
In the Hobby Stock feature event, a first time winner would pick up the checkers as Jeremy Senglemann (Dallas, SD) would take advantage of another drivers misfortune. Jordan Vosika (Gregory, SD) would lead the first two circuits, but as he entered turn four on lap three, the car drifted to the high side of the track, allowing Sengelmann to drive past on the inside to take the lead. Senglemann would lead the remaining nine laps, but had to hold off a fast and furious challenge from Clifford Houser (Kimball, SD) Houser started seventh in the event and had made his march to second. Once the leaders got into slower traffic, Sengelmann began to use the bottom line on the track for the remaining two laps to secure his place in victory lane. "I was worried about the lap traffic. I could see him (Houser) coming and I was hoping it would be over before I caught them. It didn't happen that way, but it worked out okay." Heats were won by Joey Jaton (Wagner, SD) and Taylor Blom (Corsica, SD).
WISSOTA Super Stocks would take center stage next and Kipp DeGroot (Platte, SD) would lead from wire to wire to garner his first win of the year and his 10th of his career. Although DeGroot would lead the entire way, it wasn't without drama and excitement as Kip Myers (Ethan, SD), who would have mechanical problems in the heat race, would have to start in the back of the field in the feature and he would put on a show. Starting ninth, Myers made his march, taking the fourth spot on lap three, third place on lap six and into the runner up spot on lap eight. The remaining seven laps was a battle as DeGroot knew Myers was on the prowl, but time ran out on the hunter and the hunted prevailed. A relieved DeGroot in the Subway Winner's Circle knew he was going to get a challenge on a racy track. "This was a fast track. I was expecting the hear the 27 and the 1 both (Tyler Myers, Ethan, SD and Kip Myers respectively) but what do you do? Just hold the bottom." DeGroot made it a clean sweep as he won the heat as well.
The Late Model class was not originally on the schedule when it was released last December, but because of all the rain outs, ownership and management decided to add them to the show as a non-points race. In a very competitive and exciting race to watch, Seth Fischer (Wagner, SD) and Jared Hoerle (Chambers, NE) would be the cream of the crop. Once Hoerle was able to get by Jared Jelsma (Springfield, SD) and Fischer was able to overtake Quentin Myers (Pukwana, SD), it was a battle for the remaining 11 laps. The drama began on lap four as the leaders drove through turn four, Hoerle slid up the track, Fischer pulled along side Hoerle but could not close the deal. Fischer would continue to chase "Swifty" around the speedway until he sealed the deal on lap 13. Exiting turn four as the leaders saw the white flag, Fischer made his move, dove to the bottom of the track as Hoerle bobbled up high and went on to his second victory of the young season, his 19th in a Late Model and his 28th victory of his career as he continues to add to the all time wins lead. In the Subway Winner's Circle, Fischer knew he was in a battle. "He made me work for that one. He ran a good race, I don't know what happened there late if his car went away or what, I just tried to get by him. I just put it to the floor and hope it stuck. I knew he was going to get the car back under him and give me a hell of a run down here and he did." Jared Jelsma won the heat.
In the B-Buzzer front wheel drives, Kevin Andersh (Wagner, SD) started and picked up the feature win, outlasting Chris DeBoer (Mt Vernon, SD). For the defending champion, it was his second win of the season and his sixth of his career. Andersh also won the heat race.
Then we moved to the main event, the second feature for the B-Mod Madness twin feature night. With the order of finish in feature number one, there was much anticipation to watch the fast cars start in the back and work their way to the front. Following his seventh place finish in feature number one, Dudley Schroeder, Junior (Armour, SD) would rocket out to the lead from his sixth starting spot and took the lead on lap two, thanks to a fast car and early race cautions allowing him to move up two spots. Schroeder took over the lead on lap two and would lead the rest of the event, but it wasn't easy. While Schroeder used cautions to his advantage, so did first feature winner Camden Myers. Myers started the finale 12th and was up fourth with 12 laps to go and up to second with 11 laps to go. Myers would continue to chase Schroeder and slower traffic was going to be a factor until a caution with six circuits remaining. That would set up an opportunity for Myers to get the feature sweep, but Schroeder would be too much to overtake and the Armour, SD native would pick up win number two of the season and his 17th all time at Wagner. With the win, Schroeder also would take home a $500 pay day, the trophy and $100 worth of scratch off lottery tickets. With Myers finishing in second, he would also pick up $100 more dollars of South Dakota Lottery tickets for having the best average finish with a first and a second. If Myers could have pulled the sweep, it would have meant an extra $250 worth, but he came up one spot short.
Next Friday, June 22nd will be a scheduled night off, but when action resumes on Friday, June 29th, it will be one of the most emotional nights of the season. First Dakota National Bank, S & S Masonry and C & B Operations, all of Wagner, present "Military and First Responders" night. All past and present military and first responders, with proper ID, will receive free admission into the grandstands for the event, and the first 750 people in attendance will receive a small American flag to wave during our opening ceremonies, which will include representatives from numerous branches of the National Guard, law enforcement, rescue personnel and more. The evening will also feature the first appearance of the Tri-State Late Model series to join our Late Models, WISSOTA Super Stocks, B-Mods, Hobby Stocks and B-Buzzers. We invite you to get to the track early, enjoy a delicious dinner from "Mom and Missy's Place", not track food, it's great food at the track. Mom and Missy's features the most mouth watering food you will find anywhere with their famous chislic, polled pork sandwiches, grilled burgers and more, along with ice cold Coca-Cola products and ice cold Budweiser products.
Gates open at 5pm, hot laps at 7pm with racing to follow. For more information, updated point standings, complete results, schedules and more, check out the all new www.wagnerspeedway.com or follow our Facebook page at Wagner Speedway Fan Page. We'll see you on Friday, June 29th at Wagner Speedway.
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