Westminster's McClelland wins third

Motor sports notes

May 30, 1993|By Neil Lippy | Neil Lippy,Contributing Writer

Westminster's Brad McClelland got his third feature win of the season May 21 at Trail-Way Speedway in the 20-lap micro sprint feature.

McClelland and Mike Stull, another Westminster resident, both won their heats.

Hagerstown Speedway and Westminster's Gary Stuhler seem to together. Stuhler dominated the field as he won the Shorty Bowers/Bull Durham Memorial last Saturday in the 35-lap feature for superstock late models.

It was the fourth win of the season for Stuhler at Hagerstown as he also won his heat. Stuhler also finished fourth at Bedford Speedway in Bedford, Pa., last weekend, winning his heat again.

Charlie Schaffer of Hampstead finished second at the Winchester Speedway last Sunday in the late-model division. Westminster's Ernie Jones and Rick Jones were third and eighth, respectively, in the same race.

Cris Eash, a former Carroll County resident, was second at Williams Grove Speedway in the 25-lap sprint car feature May 21.

Jeff Shepard of Finksburg was ninth.

At Lincoln Speedway last Friday night, Corky Stull of Westminster took second in the Thundercar feature after taking second in his heat.

Darren Eash, formerly of Finksburg now residing in Hanover, was sixth in the sprint car feature after finishing fifth in his heat.

Randy Zechman of Westminster finished second in his heat in the semi-late models, but did not finish in the feature race.

At 75-80 Dragway, Corey Hess of Taneytown won the Class II competition in his Mustang.

Hess was runner-up in the Top Dog Round.

In Class II, Mike Stambaugh of Union Bridge and Roger Jorss of Sykesville were quarterfinalists.

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