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Five different winners were crowned Friday on opening night of racing at the Beatrice Speedway.

Anthony Roth was the winner in the IMCA Modified A Feature while Jordan Grabouski won the checkered flag in the Stock Car A Feature.

Adam Armstrong was victorious in the Sports Mods A Feature and Ramsey Meyer won in the Sports Compacts A Feature. Taylor Huss was the winner in the Hobby Stock A Feature.

Friday was the first races of the year at Beatrice Speedway due to Spring Nationals being canceled due to snow last month.

Sport Compacts

Nathan Wahlstrom and Ramsey Meyer led them out of turn four and Meyer quickly took the lead with Josh Young and Shawn Hein right behind him.

Hein quickly took the second spot with Wahlstrom and Young behind him. On lap two, John Martinez took the fourth spot.

That is the order it stayed the rest of the race as Meyer built up a nice lead and there were no cautions. Meyer got the win

Stock Cars

Jordan Grabouski led them out of turn four with John Meyer, Kyle Vanover and Garrette Freese behind him. On lap three, Vanover took the second spot coming out of turn four with Meyer, Freese and Paul Burck behind.

Dusty Blake worked his way up through the pack and on lap eight, he took the fourth spot. On the next lap, the caution came out for Dustin Schmidt when he was battling for position and two other cars got together, which caused him to go up the backstretch wall and come to rest on the wall. The driver was OK.

On the restart, Grabouski brought them out of turn four with Vanover and Blake quickly taking the third spot and Eric Bartels taking the fourth spot. On the last couple of laps Vanover tried to get around Grabouski and they put on a show, but Grabouski came away with the win.

Sport Mods

David Johnson and Tyler Watts led them out of turn four and the yellow quickly came out as Watts’ drive shaft broke and comes to a rest on the backstretch, forcing a total restart.

Johnson and Adam Armstrong led them out of turn four and Armstrong quickly took the lead with Taylor Metz and Mark Saathoff right behind.

On the next lap, the caution came out for Alex Donovan and John Eggert. On the restart, Armstrong led them out of turn four and the red flag quickly came out for Donovan again when Lane Malchow got into him and it caused him to barrel roll in turn one. The driver was OK.

Armstrong brought them out of turn four with Johnson, Metz and Mary Lenz behind. With 11 laps to go, the red flag came out when couple of lap cars were trying to race the leaders and got together and caused Travis Runcie to flip his car on top of the backstretch wall. After the paramedics checked him out, he was OK.

Armstrong led them out of turn four with Metz, Johnson and Lenz right behind him. With six laps to go, Lance Borgman took the fourth spot, but Armstrong had built up a nice lead and got the win.

Hobby Stock

Taylor Huss and Roy Armstrong led them out of turn four and Huss quickly took the lead. On the backstretch, Brendon Stigge took the second spot with Armstrong and Jesse VanLaningham behind.

They stayed in that order and on lap six, the caution came out for Ryan Roschewski. On the green, Huss led them out of turn four with Stigge, Armstrong and VanLaningham behind.

They stayed in that order for the remainder of the race and Huss got the win.

Mods

Scott Smith and Josh Blumer led them out of turn four and Blumer quickly took the lead with Jordy Nelson and Dan Nelson right behind.

On lap two, Anthony Roth took the third spot. On the next lap, Roth took the second spot. On lap six, Roth took the lead and Jordan Grabouski moved into the third spot.

On lap eight, Grabouski took the second spot with Metz and J. Nelson behind. It stays in that order for the rest of the race and Roth took the win.

For full results, see Wednesday's Daily Sun

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