Brandon drivers go 1-2 in Devil’s Bowl stock car race

WEST HAVEN — Brandon drivers Joey Scarborough and Vince Quenneville Jr. ran one-two in Monday night’s main dirt-track feature at Devil’s Bowl Speedway.
Scarborough’s win in the 35-lap Sportsman Modified feature was his first NASCAR Whelen All-American Series victory on the Devil’s Bowl dirt track. Scarborough, 20, led from the fifth lap onward, while the veteran Quenneville passed Kenny Tremont junior in the final two laps to earn second place. 
In the 30-driver field, Orwell’s Tim LaDuc finished sixth, Middlebury’s Justin Comes was seventh, and Whiting’s Jimmy Ryan finished eighth.
Fair Haven’s Chris Murray won the 20-lap Super Stock race. Orwell’s Ronnie Alger finished ninth in that event.
Rutland’s Chris Charbonneau earned his first-ever victory in the 15-lap Mini Stock feature. Leicester’s Derrick Counter took eighth for the best local finish.
Richie Turner of Highgate prevailed in the 50-lap Enduro Series race. Jonathan McCluskey of Cornwall completed 44 laps and finished eighth in that event.
Rainy weekend weather forced Devil’s Bowl to move its dirt track racing from Sunday to Monday and to call off its Saturday night slate. 

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