Ryan, LaDuc, Comes finish 2-3-4
WEST HAVEN — Drivers Jimmy Ryan of Whiting, Tim LaDuc of Orwell and Justin Comes of Middlebury ran 2-3-4, respectively, behind New York’s Kenny Tremont Jr. in Sunday’s 35-lap dirt-track Sportsman Modified feature to provide the weekend’s local highlight at Devil’s Bowl Speedway.
While Tremont was picking up his second straight win in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race, series points leader Vince Quenneville Jr. crashed early on and finished 12th, allowing both LaDuc and Tremont to pass him in the points race. LaDuc’s 434 points now lead Tremont (419) and Quenneville (416).
Also in Sunday’s main event on the dirt track, Brandon’s Joey Scarborough finished 10th. Ryan’s second-place was a season’s-best result in the series.
In the Super Stock Feature, a two-race event of 15 laps each, Chris Murray of Fair Haven won for the third time in July. Garrett Given of Cornwall finished eighth, and Orwell’s Ronnie Alger was 13th.
Chris Conroy of Newport, N.H, won the 15-lap Mini Stock feature. Brandon’s Dakota Desabrais took third, Middlebury’s Joe Malzac was sixth, and Cornwall’s Jake Barrows finished 14th.
Aaron Mulready of Buskirk, N.Y., prevailed in the 15-lap Mini Sprint feature. Shoreham racers Colby Beinhaur and Sean Beinhaur finished third and 10th, respectively.
In Saturday asphalt racing, Swanton’s Dylan Rabtoy won the 30-lap Super Stock feature. Bristol’s R.J. Germain finished eighth, and Given was 11th.
In the main event, a 50-lap Northeast Mini Stock Tour Feature Jarrod Soucy of Marlboro, Mass., cruised to victory. No local racers competed.
Cam Gadue of Highgate won the 15-lap Mini Stock feature, with Given in fifth and New Haven’s Kaleb Shepard in eighth.
Stephanie Roberts of Fletcher claimed Saturday’s 10-lap Ladies Mini Stock feature, in which Bristol’s Sami Sargent finished fourth.
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