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Josh Young

Josh Young of Beatrice won the Compacts A Feature Friday night at Beatrice Speedway.

Two Beatrice natives picked up wins Friday night at Beatrice Speedway while out-of-towners won the other three divisions.

Roy Armstrong of Beatrice won the Hobby Stock A Feature while Josh Young of Beatrice claimed the checkered flag in the Compacts A Feature.

Eric Bartels of Plymouth, Neb. won the Stock Car A Feature while Destyn Whitney of Lincoln was victorious in the Sports Mods A Feature.

Anthony Roth of Columbus, Neb. was the A Feature winner in the Modified division.

Sports Mods

Lane Malchow and Dana Deeke led them out of turn four with Destyn Whitney, Travis Runcie, Mark Saathoff, Gary Saathoff and Adams Armstrong right behind.

Deeke took the lead and Whitney took the second spot. Rick Rohr came up through the pack to take the third spot. On lap two, the caution came out for Deeke when he spun going into turn four and everyone avoided him, so that put Whitney in the lead with Rohr in the second spot.

Whitney led them out of turn four with Rohr right behind him and Armstrong took the third spot with M. Saathoff and G. Saathoff right behind. On lap six, the caution came out for Alex Donovan. On the restart, Whitney brought them out of turn four with Rohr and Armstrong right behind. Armstrong took the second spot on the backstretch.

Two laps later, the caution came out again for Kevin Parrott. Whitney brought them out of turn four again with Armstrong and Rohr right behind. Lance Borgman had made his way up through the pack and claimed the fourth spot.

On the next lap, the caution came out for Deeke and Mike Sherwood. Whitney led them out of turn four with Armstrong, Rohr and Borgman right behind. Rohr and Armstrong battled for the second spot with Borgman and Lee Horky battling for the fourth and fifths spot. Rohr took the second spot.

With eight laps still to go, the caution came out for Parrot. Whitney led them out of turn wwhile Rohr and Armstrong battled for the second spot and coming out of turn four, Armstrong took the second spot.

Rohr and Borgman battled for the third and fourth spot. Rohr finally claimed the third spot. Whitney had a nice lead over Armstrong and Whitney got the win.

Compacts

Brooke Rohr and Ronda Mewes led them out of turn four. Nathan Wahlstrom quickly took the lead with Josh Young, Trent Fugett and Shawn Hein right behind.

On lap five, Young took the lead and Wahlstrom and Fugett battled for the second spot. With five laps to go, Fugett got around Young for the second spot and Hein followed to take the third spot.

Young had a several car-length lead over Fugett and got the win.

Stock Cars

John Meyer and Eric Bartels led them out of turn four and Bartels quickly took the lead with Paul Burck and Dusty Blake right behind. On lap two, Burck took the second spot.

On lap three, Jordan Grabouski had worked his way up to the third spot and is battled for the second spot with Burck. On lap four, Grabouski took the second spot.

On lap five, Kyle Vanover had worked his way up through the pack and took the third spot from Burck. Bartels had almost a half-track lead.

With eight laps to go, Blake took the fourth spot from Burck. Grabouski gained every lap and challenged Bartels for the lead, but Bartels held Grabouski off for the win.

Hobby Stock

Neil Pella and Albert Kiine lead them out of turn four with Cody Green, Brian Langdale, Taylor Huss, Brendon Stigge, Jake Harms and Jeff Watts all right behind.

Pella and Kiine battled for the lead for the first two laps and Pella spun going into turn one, so Kiine took the lead with Langdale, Stigge and Watts all behind. On lap four, Langdale took the lead coming out of turn four with Kiine, Stigge, Watts and Vanlaningham behind.

For the next several laps, Langdale and Stigge battled for the lead and on lap eight, Stigge took the lead from Langdale coming out of turn four. Kiine, Roy Armstrong and Vanlaningham battled for the second spot. Langdale took the second spot and Armstrong and Vanlaningham battled for the third spot.

On lap eight, Langdale took the second spot and now, Armstrong and Vanlaningham battled for the third spot. Armstrong took the third spot on the backstretch and Langdale and Armstrong battled for the second spot.

On lap six, the caution came out for Adam Wasserman when he spun. On the restart, Stigge led them out of turn four while Vanlaningham and Armstrong battled for the second spot. Vanlaningham took the second spot. On the next lap, the caution came out for Pella.

Stigge led them out of turn four while Vanlaningham and Armstrong battled again for the second spot and Vanlaningham took the second spot and then battled Stigge for the lead. With three laps left, coming out of turn four, Vanlaningham got too high and Armstrong took the second spot.

On the last lap, coming out of turn four, Stigge and Armstrong are side by side coming to the checkers and Armstrong got the win by a fender.

Mods

Trevor Baker and Kale Smith led them out of turn four with Aaron Pella, Brandon Spanjer and Austin Svoboda all behind. Baker took the lead with Smith behind. On the second lap, Spanjer took the second spot and Shane Hiatt took the fourth spot.

On lap six, the caution came out for Pella when he spun. Baker led them out of turn four and Spanjer quickly took the lead with Dan Nelson taking the second spot and Hiatt taking the third spot. With nine laps to go, Anthony Ross took the fourth spot.

Two laps later, Roth took the third spot from Hiatt. The caution came out with three laps to go. Spanjer led them out of turn four with Nelson and Roth right behind. With two laps to go, Roth took the lead on the backstretch and got the win.

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