BARROWS - Corry Vanmil's car ran away from the field in the heat race and in the feature as he won the 15-lap Mod 4 class at North Central Speedway Saturday night. Jerry Esler finished third and still has leads the points race with an 8-point advantage over Chad Funt, who won the feature. Mark Martini was penalized with a caution flag that occurred on the first lap of the 15-lap Northern Modified feature and was sent to the back of the field.
The Central Lakes College Raiders begin defense of their Northern Division title Saturday when they travel to Bottineau, N.D., to play Dakota College. CLC finished the 2014 season with an overall record of 10-2, was runner-up in the state playoffs and played in the El Toro Bowl in Yuma, Ariz., where it lost to Arizona Western 38-14. Raiders head coach Greg Medeck enters the 2015 campaign with a career record of 70-19. He has guided CLC to four bowl games in the last six years.
Richie Crampton, driving at a speed of 325.30 miles per hour, recorded an ET of 3.695 seconds and was the only No.
Coming into the 2015 season, Funny Car driver Jack Beckman had a winless streak of 55 straight races before he won the Four-Wide Nationals this spring at Charlotte. Since then Beckman, along with crew chief Jimmy Prock and the rest of his crew, have had a wickedly fast race car. Beckman didn't disappoint any of the fans Friday at the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway as he scored a track record on his first qualifying run with an elapsed time of 3.976. As if that wasn't enough, on his second run he shattered the ET record with a 3.946 at a speed of 324.75 miles per
Raiders volleyball Head coach: Jane Peterson, 25th season Career record: 558-239 (.700) 2014 finish: 11-1 Northern Division, 22-10 overall, Region 13B champion, fifth in NJCAA Division III Captains: Ashton Kapphahn, Ashley Abear Assistant coach: Ken Miller Volunteer assistant coach: Brienna Zoch Raiders schedule Aug 22, Ridgewater Classic at Willmar Aug 23, Ridgewater Classic at Willmar Aug 29, Vermilion & Gogebic at Ely 6:30 p.m. Aug 30, Mesabi at Virginia noon Sept 2, Fond Du Lac 6:30 p.m. Sept 9, Northland 6:30 p.m. Sept 11, Rochester Sept 12, Rochester Sept 16, Hibbing 6:
BARROWS - Dru Nelson, Curt Derichs, and Mark Martini each hit the weekend double, getting two wins at the Brandl Chevrolet Friday and Saturday special at North Central Speedway. Nelson won both nights in the Pure Stock feature events, while Curt Derichs achieved the same results in the Sport Compact class. Martini bested a packed field of Northern Sport Modified drivers with two feature wins.
BARROWS - Don Eischens made another trip to the winner's podium while Troy Jordan held to a four point leader over Shawn Fletcher after Saturday night's racing in the Modified class at North Central Speedway. Mike Frolik was a winner in the Super Stock feature, and Danny Vang won the Northern Sport Modified feature.
BARROWS - Don Eischens was the victor in the Modified feature race for the third week in a row on Saturday night at North Central Speedway. Eischens finished in front of Josh Beaulieu and Rob Vanmil. Brendon Yamry stayed perfect for the 2015 season with a win in the feature event over Seth DeLong and Tom Flannigan. Jake Hagemann was a winner for Pure Stocks while Mark Johnson took the checkered flag for Street Stock drivers. Mitchell Hribar has run a fast car this season and he sped past the field for a win in the Mod 4 feature event.
BARROWS - A look at the leaderboard shows that Brendon Yamry is leading the Sports Compact points race by 33 points over second-place Trista Pankratz. That fact isn't unusual as other classes have that much of a points disparity from time to time. But then consider that Yamry is 13 years old, hadn't driven a car of any kind before racing at Cedar Lake and Granite City this spring and that he has a perfect record in Sport Compact features at North Central Speedway since winning his first race of the year in May. Driving the No.
Last week as the Chicago Blackhawks hoisted the Stanley Cup trophy it was bittersweet for many Minnesota Wild Fans. While the Wild suffered a playoff sweep by the Blackhawks in the second round, fans could also come away feeling the Wild lost to the best and they know what they need to do to get to a championship level. After pushing Chicago to six games last year's second round, fans may have felt the team was in a great position to make a strong move in the 2014-2015 season.