Twin features bring varied results at Caraway Speedway

Jaxson Casper has been in the victory lane frequently at Caraway Speedway. (Courtesy photo)

SOPHIA – Jaxon Casper and Justice Calabro pulled out victories in Modifieds as part twin features Saturday night at Caraway Speedway.

Casper, who was on the pole, was ahead of Calabro and Dean Lowder in the first race. There was only a six-car field.

In the second race in the division, Calabro was the winner with Lowder in second and Nate Gregg in third.

A.J. Sanders won the Mini Stocks race from the pole, Sanders finished ahead of Chuck Wall and Bryson Pickard in the 14-car field for the 40-lap race.

In the Challengers class, pole-sitter Daniel Schadt picked up the victories in both races, with Enoch McNiell the runner-up in the first race and Allen Vance in second place in the second race. There were 14 drivers in the class.

The 25-lap Legends race was won by Josh Lowe, with Sam Bochu and Anthony Freedle in the next two spots. There were 11 cars entered in the Legends class.

The UCARs had 15 entrants for twin features. Jason Richmond was the winner in the first race, with Josh Phillips was second to cross the finish line. Phillips, though, was disqualified, so that has jumbled the standings. Pole-sitter Daniel Hughes moved up to the second position, followed by Tito Clapp, Justin Smith and Barry Hines.

Hughes was dubbed the winner of the second race after Phillips was disqualified, followed by Smith and Clapp.

The Bandoleros division was won by Brexton Busch, with Rylan Lowder the runner-up among four cars. Busch is the son of former NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch.

This Saturday night is the Crashin’ Hackett’s Night of Destruction and Terror with a Halloween theme and a demolition derby. There will be racing UCARs and Bootleggers.

By Randolph Record