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HERON LAKE, Minn. (Feb. 24) – The Redline Racing Parts North Star Series returns for a third season, with 10 dates at five different tracks in Minnesota.IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Mach-1 Sport Compacts are in action each night of the tour. Series events will be Saturdays, April 26 and Sept. 27 at Jackson Speedway; Fridays, May 9 and July 4 at Fairmont Raceway; Sundays, June 1 and July 20 at Redwood Speedway in Redwood Falls; Fridays, June 13 and Aug. 1 at Murray County Speedway in Slayton; and Saturdays, June 14 and Aug. 9 at Arlington Raceway.Series title sponsor Redline Racing Parts provides the $6,500 point fund to be paid to top 10 drivers in point standings for each division.The Modified champion gets $600 of that division’s $2,500 fund, the Stock Car champion $500 of a $1,500 fund, Hobby Stock and Northern SportMod champions both $400 of $1,000 funds and the Sport Compact champion $150 of a $500 fund.Point standings will be based on the best eight of 10 events. All series outings will count toward the first 55-race limit for national and regional points. Each track determines the number of laps for qualifying and feature races, time limits, order of events and purse. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, regional, Allstar Performance State, special series and track points will be awarded each night.Series champions earn bonus points applicable toward IMCA national and regional point standings. Modified, Stock Car, Hobby Stock and Northern SportMod point leaders also are eligible to qualify for their respective race of champions events during the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s in September. 2013 series champions were Brandon Beckendorf, Modifieds; Jim Larson, Stock Cars; Chris Isaacson, Hobby Stocks; Matt Looft, Northern SportMods; and Nate Coopman, Sport Compacts. “We could not have asked for more successful tours each of the last two years,” said IMCA Director of Track Relations Jim Stannard. “More than 300 different drivers competed in one or more North Star events in 2013 and I expect even more to do so this season.”
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Adopt-A-Pet of SheltonThis sweet girl is Wilma. She is now one of the shelter volunteer’s favorites with her beautiful coat and happy and loving temperament. She is always ready to join the volunteers for hikes on the trails around the shelter. She walks well on leash but does let the volunteers know that she would gladly go for longer walks if they were ready. Wilma is enjoying being in a safe place where she does not have to worry about finding food or a dry place to sleep. Wilma was a stray so we do not have any historical information on her.We have many great dogs and always need volunteers. To see all our current dogs, visit www.adoptapet-wa.org , our Facebook at “Adopt-A-Pet of Shelton Washington” or at the shelter on Jensen Road in Shelton. Contact us at [email protected] or (360) 432-3091 to learn more about Wilma, volunteering, or to meet one of our other dogs.
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“Despite this, Logan Wright was able to earn some meet records in the 25m butterfly, 25m freestyle and 25m backstroke,” Afford added.Trail Stingrays continue to be the team to beat on the Kootenay circuit, finishing on top of the standings with 1317.5 points.Rival Castlegar Aquanauts took second followed in third by host Kimberley.Golden, Grand Forks, Creston and Nelson finished respectively through seventh position.Cranbrook and Colville were eighth and ninth.Afford continues to be impressed with the competitive fight from Cowan and Matthew.“The division swimmers that did come did a tremendous job and many of them put up some great times that I know they will be able to improve at the coming meet,” explained Afford, who also grabbed a bronze medal in Division seven girls.The Neptunes travel to Colville, Wash., this weekend for the Kootenay Regional Championships.The top swimmers qualify for the Provincial meet later this month in Nanaimo. The Nelson Neptunes may be small in numbers, but the club is huge on heart.The Neptunes took a, dwarfed by recent standards, team to the East Kootenay to compete in the Kimberley meet — the final regular season stop on the Kootenay Summer Swim Association campaign.Still Nelson won three aggregate medals, two my stalwarts Sage Cowan and Samuel Matthew.Cowan finished second in Division four girls while Matthew also earned the runner-up prize in Division four boys.“Kimberley was a really small meet for us,” Neptune coach Rebecca Afford commented.“We only had 14 swimmers in attendance and five of them were novices who swim exhibition meaning they do not score the team any points.”
Things have not really gone according to Hoyle this Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season for the Nelson Leafs.However, there’s nothing like a strong playoff run to erase some of those bad memories that materialized from the regular season.The Leafs gave the fans a brief taste of optimism when the Green and White snapped a late-season losing skid by capturing the final three games to secure third place in KIJHL’s Murdoch Division.
Gelson Fernandes 1 Lorient are lining up a move for ex-Manchester City and Leicester City midfielder Gelson Fernandes.The 27-year-old, who made 43 Premier League appearances during his time at City, is under contract at Freiburg until 2016.Lorient want him and they are expected to open discussions over a four-year deal imminently.The Switzerland international spent time during the 2011/12 season on loan at Leicester.
Arcata >> Through their first two games of their series against the Pacific Union Financial Capitalists, the Humboldt Crabs could count the number of hits they had on one hand.That changed on Sunday afternoon.In a major, major way, too.The big hit that the Crabs were searching for finally arrived in the fourth inning of their series finale against the Caps. And then hit after hit followed, as Humboldt scored nine runs in the fourth and got another stellar start from right-hander Matthew …
Gurugram: Rashid Khan and Shubhankar Sharma shot contrasting second rounds of two-under-70 and one-over-73, respectively, but both managed to keep Indian hopes alive at the halfway stage of the Indian Open at the DLF Golf & Country Club here on Friday. Two-time Asian Tour winner Khan and two-time European Tour winner Sharma were the best-placed Indians at the end of round two at tied 19th with a tally of two-under-142. The duo trailed the leader Julian Suri of the US by eight shots at the $1.75 million event. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhPGTI member N Thangaraja (71-70) of Sri Lanka returned a two-under-70 to end the day in tied 12th place at three-under-141. He gained 16 places from round one. The cut was declared at two-over-146. Seventy professionals made the cut. Out of a total of 37 Indians, eight made the cut. Khan (72-70) made significant gains in round two as he climbed 27 spots from his overnight tied 46th position after mixing four birdies with two bogeys for a 70. Khan, a winner of two events on the PGTI tour in the last four months, reaped the reward of getting some good practice at the Kalhaar Blues & Greens course in Ahmedabad last week that prepared him well for the daunting challenge at the DLF course. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced laterSharma (69-73) slipped 12 spots on Friday after a sedate 73 that saw him make two birdies and three bogeys. After a consistent first round, Sharma, the 2018 European Tour Rookie of the Year, made a flying start in round two with a birdie on the first. However, his putting let him down thereafter as he dropped bogeys on the fourth and eighth and found it hard to recover subsequently. S Chikkarangappa (70) and Rahil Gangjee (74) were the next best Indians in tied 41st at even-par-144. Ajeetesh Sandhu (71) was a further shot back in tied 53rd. The trio of Gaganjeet Bhullar (74), Gaurav Pratap Singh (73) and two-time Indian Open champion SSP Chawrasia (72) also made it to the weekend as they totalled two-over-146 to be placed tied 61st.