York, Dalton split wins in Late Models

Jason York holds the checkered flag after winning one of the Late Models features Saturday night at Caraway Speedway. (Courtesy photo)

SOPHIA – Two-time Caraway Speedway champion Jason York of Reidsville led the entire race to win the first of two 35-lap features in the Late Models division Saturday night at the track.

York was the fastest qualifier.

Boo Boo Dalton of Liberty ended up the sixth-place spot in the first Late Models feature, but he was in first place in the division’s second race. York was second in that race.

Dalton was the second-fastest qualifier and won the division’s first race of the year.

Brian Rose was second in the first feature and third in the second race.

In Modifieds, Mitchell Wright was the winner of the first 20-lapper and Billy Gregg gained the checkered flag in the second feature.

In Challengers, Enoch McNeill won both 20-lap races. Kyler Kepley led for 14 laps in the second race, but McNeill eventually moved up from the sixth position.

In Legends cars, London McKenzie prevailed in the first 25-lap competition.

In UCARs, Daniel Hughes and Steven Collins were winners of 10-lap features. Collins was runner-up in the division’s first race of the night.

In the 10-lap Bootleggers, Jon Morton won a pair of races. There were two 10-lap events in Caraway Stocks, with Tommy Raino winning both of those.

In Bandoleros, Bryson Brinkley was the winner across 20 laps.

The next night of racing in regular division at the speedway comes April 15. Plus, Southern Ground Pounders also will be part of the card.

By Randolph Record