York claims Late Models adventure at Caraway

Alex Stoltz celebrates his victory in the Challengers division Saturday night at Caraway Speedway. (Courtesy photo)

SOPHIA – Jason York wasn’t unscathed but he was the winner in Saturday night’s 69-lap Late Models feature at Caraway Speedway.

York, a Reidsville driver, was the top qualifier and started in the front spot, but he withstood several restarts to claim the victory.

Boo Boo Dalton of Liberty was the runner-up, followed by Buddy Isles, Justin Hicks and Jamie York.

In Modifieds, Josh Lowder was the wire-to-wire winner in the 35-lap race. Billy Gregg was the runner-up, followed by Mitchell Wright, Jaxson Casper and Justice Calabro.

In Mini Stocks, A.J. Sanders prevailed in the 12-driver field across 40 laps. Fast qualifier Chuck Wall was the runner-up, with Johnny Baker, Luke Smith and Bryson Pickard comprising the next three spots.

In Challengers, Alex Stoltz stormed from the rear to capture the checkered flag. Tony Black was second and Allen Vance took third ahead of Josh Williams and Blake Sharpe.

In UCARs, Daniel Hughes posted the victory ahead of Steven Collins, Justin Smith, Ron Mock and Josh Phillips completed the top five. Blair Patterson and Smith won UCARs heat races.

John Morton topped the field again in the Bootlegger feature over Robbie Perkins and Bentley Black.

In Southern Ground Pounders, Dennis Weaver was first across the line followed by Bobby Griffin.

The next regular racing card at the speedway is set for April 29.

By Randolph Record