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    COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL July 13, 2016
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drop of the white fl ag, Hirst
still possessed the coveted posi-
tion. Both drivers would battle
it out in lapped traffi c on the fi -
nal circuit.
Hirst had the advantage go-
ing into turns three and four, but
coming out of the fi nal bend,
Crockett managed to thread the
needle underneath Hirst and
edge him out for the victory. It
marked the second consecutive
win in the 2016 Speedweek for
Crockett, the 21st Speedweek
triumph of his career, and his
seventh Speedweek triumph at
CGS.
Kyle Hirst, driving for Scott
and Jason Finley, was second
followed by Visalia, Califronia
driver Steven Tiner. Complet-
ing the top fi ve fi nishing order
included Cory Eliason, also
from Visalia, in fourth while
fi fth went to Trey Starks of Puy-
allup, Washington in the Doug
and Kathy Rutz entry.
With so many cars, the fi eld
was split into two groups for
time trials. Kyle Hirst and Rog-
er Crockett were the fastest cars
in their respective groups. Heat
race winners were Robbie Price
of Cobble Hill, British Colum-
bia, Steven Tiner, Eugene’s Kyle
Miller and Jason Solwold of
Burlington, Washington. Miller
was driving for car owner Kady
Adelman while Solwold was in
the familiar Mike Anderson ma-
chine.
Crockett would earn the pole
after capturing the win in the
trophy dash. Raquel Ivie of Eu-
gene would win the evening’s B
Main.
With the 360 Sprints in town
for Speedweek Northwest, the
famed quarter-mile clay oval
also hosted IMCA Modifi eds
and Street Stocks. Both classes
showed very good car counts.
In the IMCA Modifi ed fea-
ture, Cottage Grove’s Tyler
Smith was in front on the fi rst
lap. Smith was then overtaken
on the second circuit by Albany
native Craig Hanson. Hanson
led for much of the race but
was passed late on lap 20. Jesse
Williamson, of Eugene, was the
man to make the move and held
on to win his second race of the
season at CGS.
Corbett’s Collen Winebarger
was second, followed by Craig
Hanson. John Campos of Keiz-
er placed fourth while Coos Bay
SOUTH VALLEY ATHLETICS SUMMER CAMPS
youngster Preston Luckman fi n-
ished fi fth.
Justin Austin of Pleasant Hill
(driving for Art Hiatt), along
with Springfi eld’s Jake Mayden
and Craig Hanson, were the heat
race winners. Collen Winebarg-
er was victorious in the Dot’s
Trophy Shop Trophy Dash while
the B Main was won by Albany
chauffeur Matthew Drager.
The Street Stocks ended up
having a good race as well.
Eugene’s Chris Sine showed the
way early until he was passed on
the sixth lap by Kevin William-
son. Williamson, of Coburg and
the youngest of three William-
son brothers, was briefl y chal-
lenged during the main event,
but he stayed in front to win his
second race of the year at “The
Grove”.
Chris Sine was the runner-up
followed by his wife April Sine.
The top fi ve was completed by
Jefferson’s Rick Chambers in
fourth and Creswell driver Gar-
rett Barth.
Chris Sine was fast time of the
night as well as the winner of
the Dot’s Trophy Shop Trophy
Dash. Heat winners were Sine
and Andrew Langan of Jasper.
Courtesy photo
The Williamson brothers dominated the Cottage Grove
Speedway on Independence Day. Jesse Williamson
(Eugene) won his second race of the season at CGS in
the IMCA Modifi ed feature. His younger brother, Kevin
(Coburg), passed Chris Sine in the sixth lap of the Street
Stocks to also win his second race of the year at the lo-
cal Speedway in Cottage Grove.
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