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Beatrice's Speedway's annual Septemberfest was cut short due rain that came through the area over the weekend.

Usually a two day event, Septemberfest got Friday night's show in, but Saturday's races were canceled.

On Friday night, Jordan Grabouski was able to pick up wins in both the Stock Car and Modified Divisions -- both divisions that he won national championships in this season. 

In the Sports Compacts A Feature Trent Fugett was declared the winner after the original winner was disqualified. Jesse VanLaningham won a crash filled A Feature in the Hobby Stock Division.

Adam Armstrong won the Sports Modified A Feature while Cory Dumpert won the Late Models A Feature.

Sport Compacts

Spencer Pavey and Brian Cronin led then out of turn four with Trent Fugett and Shawn Hein right behind. Pavey quickly took the lead while Cronin and Hein battled for the second spot. On the second lap, the caution came out for Katilyn Hessheimer.

Pavey then lead them out of turn four while Cronin, Trent Fugett and Hein all battled for the second spot. On the next lap, Fugett took the second spot and Terry Tritt had made his way up through the pack and took the third spot. Drake Bohlmeyer took the fourth spot.

Pavey had about a half straight away lead over Fugett and with no more cautions, Pavey got the win, but in tech Pavey was disqualified, which gave the win to Fugett.

Hobby Stock

Jeff Ware and Mike Hansen led them out of turn four with Jesse Vanlaningham and Kent Hustad right behind. Ware took the lead out of turn four but Hansen took the lead from Ware with Vanlaningham and Hustad right behind.

Ware and Hustad battled for the second spot and on lap four, Vanlaningham took the third spot. On the next lap, the caution came out for Taylor Huss when he spun at the bottom of turn four.

Hansen led them out of turn four with Ware, Hustad and Vanlaningham right behind and coming down the front stretch Roy Armstrong got into Brendon Stigge and cuts down a tire, forcing him into the pits.

No caution was thrown and on the backstretch, Ware took the lead and Vanlaningham took the second spot while Hansen and Hustad battled for the third spot.

On the next lap, Ware and Vanlaningham got together coming out of turn two and Vanlaningham took the lead while Ware fell back to the fourth spot. Hansen and Hustad battled for the second spot. Hustad finally got the second spot and Ware took the third spot.

On lap 10, the caution came out for Neil Pella. On the restart, Vanlaningham led them out of turn four with Hustad, Ware and Hansen all right behind.

For the next two laps, Ware and Hustad battled for the second spot and with seven laps to go, on the front stretch, Ware got into Hustad, which caused Hustad to hit the front stretch wall and bounced off, hitting Brian Langdale. Langdale shot up and hits Jeff Watts and Ryan Roschewski hit Langdale. Ware was black flagged and Langdale, Watts and Roschewski were done for the night.

On the restart, Vanlaningham led them out of turn four with Hansen in the second spot, Brendon Stigge in the third spot and Dave Cater in the fourth spot. Vanlaningham built up a nice lead and got the win.

Sport Mods

Derek Hall and Adam Armstrong led them out of turn four and in turn two, Armstrong took the lead while Rick Rohr and Lee Horky took the second and third spot.

On lap three, the caution came out for Tyler Nerud when he spun. Armstrong led them out of turn four with Rohr and Horky behind. Lance Borgman made his way up through the pack and took the fourth spot.

With nine laps left, Borgman got around Horky for the third spot and with six laps to go, Borgman took the second spot. On the next lap, the caution came out for Patrick Donovan when he spun .

Armstrong led them out of turn four with Borgman and Rohr right behind. Armstrong built up a couple car length lead and got the win.

Stock Car

Darin Nelson and Dusty Blake led them out of turn four with Austin Brauner, Eric Bartels and Jordan Grabouski behind. Blake took the lead when the caution quickly came out for Jesse Rerez when he spun.

Blake led them out of turn four while Grabouski and Brauner battled for the second spot. On the back stretch, Grabouski took the second spot when the caution came out for Brian Rigsby. Blake led them out of turn four with Grabouski and Brauner right behind.

On the back stretch, Bartels took the third spot from Brauner. On the next lap, Grabouski took the lead coming out of turn four and on the next lap, the caution came out for Bryce Sedlachek. Grabouski led them out of turn four with Blake and Bartels right behind. Kyle Pfeier worked his way through the pack and took the fourth spot.

On the next lap, Pfeier made it up to the second spot. The caution came out for Sedlachek again with 10 laps to go. Grabouski lead them out of turn four with Pfeier, Blake and Bartels behind. Grabouski built up a nice lead until the caution came out for Darin Nelson and David Sherwood with four laps to go.

Grabouski led them out of turn four with Pfeier, Bartels and Blake behind. Bartels quickly took the second spot and on the last lap, Pfeier took the second spot from Bartels on the backstretch. Grabouski got the win.

Modifieds

Jordan Grabouski and Brandon Spanjer led them out of turn four with Cory Wray and Jordy Nelson right behind. Grabouski quickly took the lead with Wray, Nelson and Daniel Gottchalk right behind. On the second lap, the caution came out for Jared Hoefelman when he spun.

Grabouski leads them out of turn four with Wray, Nelson and Jacob Hobscheidt in the fourth spot. On lap six, Gottchalk took the fourth spot.

On the next lap, Gottchalk got around Nelson to take the third spot and five laps later, Gottchalk took the second spot from Wray. Grabouski had built up a nice lead and got the win.

Late Models

Dylan Schmer and Alex Humphery led them out of turn four with Tracy Harr and Cory Dumpert behind. Humphery quickly took the lead with Dumpert right behind.

On lap two, Dumpert took the lead from Humphery. On lap seven, the caution came out for Curtis Glover when he spun. Dumpert led them out of turn four with Humphery behind. Dumpert has a nice lead over Humphery and got the win.

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