Duggins wins for first time at Caraway

SOPHIA – Brody Duggins won for the first time at Caraway Speedway by capturing the Challengers feature Saturday night.

Duggins qualified for the pole position. He managed to move to the front after a redraw and hold on, with Allen Vance was second and Corey Rose placed third.

In Late Models, Jason York of Reidsville won again despite his son, Jamie York, posting the fastest qualifying time.

Brian Rose was the runner-up in Late Models, followed by Chase Murphy, Camden Thomas and Jamie York.

In UCARs, Steven Collins collected his fourth victory of the year at the track despite starting in the 10th position. Josh Phillips, Jason Richmond, Daniel Hughes and Ron Mock rounded out the top five.

In Legends, there were 20 cars in the field, with London McKenzie taking the checkered flag. The 25-lap event was riddled with cautions. Caleb Day placed second, followed by Bobby Gossett, Spencer Bradshaw and Josh Lowe.

On the USAC Midgets circuit, Brady Allison Jr. secured the victory in the 35-lap race. He led the entire race, with Chris Lamb ending up in second place.

The Bandoleros race was won by Rylan Lowder, who’s listed as a third-generation driver at the speedway. Ellie Gossett placed second.

The next regular racing night at the track comes May 13, which has been dubbed Randolph County Appreciation Night with $8 admission for county residents. That will include a schedule 100-lapper in Late Models. The Modifieds division will be in action along with other regular classes at the track.

By Randolph Record