Fireworks illuminated the sky at Elkins Raceway / Photo by Beckie Boyd

Increased purses, fireworks and action at Elkins Raceway Saturday night

KERENS – Increased purses for all racing classes and an exceptional firework display caught the eye of many racing fans Saturday night. All eyes were on super late model class drivers for a $3,000 pay day at stake during the Richard Skidmore Memorial races at Elkins Raceway on June 25.

Competition was fierce this weekend with many drivers ready to bring home a new, shiny trophy and nice paycheck. The first place winners from the mini wedge divisions were presented a large trophy for their efforts. Drivers in first, second and third places for all other classes were also presented with trophies after their hard-fought win.

Saturday’s feature race winners are as follows:

  • Younger Mini Wedges – Nelson Herron
  • Older Mini Wedges – Brad Currence
  • Super Lates – Cody Rogers
  • Crates – Brent Trimble
  • Modifieds – Phil Jeffries
  • Street Stock – Kevin Keene
  • Hot Mods – Joshua Simpson

Mark your calendars for next Saturday, July 2 for more regular racing and action under the lights. Follow Elkins Raceway on Facebook for more racing details, photo galleries and more!

Below is the full list of race results and a handful of photos from the event on June 25. See our full photo gallery with hundreds of high-resolution photos from Saturday night races and other special events here. Stay tuned for weekly race results, photos and more from My Buckhannon! Visit Elkins Raceway at US 219 north of Elkins in Kerens, West Virginia.  

Younger Mini Wedges

Heat 1

  1. Adley Green
  2. Nelson Herron
  3. Jake Herron
  4. Jaelee Green

Feature

  1. Nelson Herron
  2. Adley Green
  3. Jaelee Green
  4. Jake Herron

Older Mini Wedges

Heat 1

  1. Zaylynn Green
  2. Kris Wyatt
  3. Blake Tasker
  4. Brad Currence
  5. Grace Collins

Heat 2

  1. Gunner Binns
  2. Kolby Sullivan
  3. Nevin Bennett
  4. Coda Vance
  5. Declan Carpenter

Feature

  1. Brad Currence
  2. Gunner Binns
  3. Kris Wyatt
  4. Kolby Sullivan
  5. Zaylynn Green
  6. Coda Vance
  7. Declan Carpenter
  8. Nevin Bennett
  9. Grace Collins
  10. Blake Tasker

Super Lates

Heat 1 10 laps

  1. 22 – Cody Rogers
  2. 27 – Michael Lake
  3. 5 – Shane Hitt
  4. 23 – Derek Rogers
  5. 7 – Billy Holbert

Heat 210 laps

  1. 57 – Kyle Thomas
  2. 2 – Logan Hitt
  3. S2 – Tom Senic
  4. 21T – Chad Tasker
  5. 38 – Kenney Hamrick

Feature 40 laps

  1. 22 – Cody Rogers
  2. 5 – Shane Hitt
  3. 2 – Logan HItt
  4. 27 – Michael Lake
  5. 57 – Kyle Thomas
  6. 23 – Derek Rogers
  7. S2 – Tim Senic
  8. 21T – Chad Tasker
  9. 38 – Kenney Hamrick
  10. 7 – Billy Holbert

Crates

Heat 1 – 8 Laps

  1. 44 – Lucas McDonald
  2. 32 – Brent Trimble
  3. H20 – Luke Hyre
  4. 14L – Dustin Luzier
  5. 9C – Chandi Currence
  6. K2 – Kris Southern
  7. 28N – Noah Whited

Heat 2 – 8 Laps

  1. 1 – Sparky Davisson
  2. 27S – Derrick Shaw
  3. 27 – Hayden Jacobs
  4. 29 – Ryan Hare
  5. M16- Michael Moreland
  6. 54 – Eddie Starkey

Feature – 30 Laps

  1. 32 – Brent Trimble
  2. 44 – Lucas McDonald
  3. 1 – Sparky Davisson
  4. 27S – Derrick Shaw
  5. H20 – Luke Hyre
  6. K2 – Kris Southern
  7. 29 – Ryan Hare
  8. 9C – Chandi Currence
  9. 28N – Noah Whited
  10. 14L – Dustin Luzier
  11. 27 – Hayden Jacobs
  12. MC16 – Michael Moreland

Modifieds

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. 77 – Dave Defibaugh
  2. 97 – Mitch Thomas
  3. 14R – Josh Rovello
  4. 8A – Anthony Arbogast
  5. 52 – Shane Sanders
  6. 862 – Mitch Ward
  7. 47 – Sam Henderson

Heat 2 – 6 Laps

  1. J4 – Phil Jeffries
  2. 42 – Nate Young
  3. 19 – Troy Frazier
  4. D11 – Zachary Deyton
  5. 0K – Kenny Rowback
  6. 5 – Ryan Gum
  7. 99 – Jeff Fornash

Feature – 20 Laps

  1. J4 – Phil Jeffries
  2. 77 – Dave Defibaugh
  3. 42 – Nate Young
  4. 14R – Josh Rovello
  5. 0K – Kenny Rowback
  6. 862 – Mitch Ward
  7. 19 – Troy Frazier
  8. 97 – Mitch Thomas
  9. 52 – Shane Sanders
  10. D11 – Zachary Deyton
  11. 5 – Ryan Gum
  12. 8A – Anthony Arbogast
  13. 47 – Sam Henderson

Street Stocks

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. 56 – Kevin Keene
  2. 19 – Randy Bohan
  3. 35 – Randy Thornhill
  4. 68X – Ronald Pyles
  5. 97 – Thomas Simpson
  6. 306 – Michael Ayersan

Heat 2 – 6 Laps

  1. 6A – Dustin Atkinson
  2. 17B – Rusty Ball
  3. 07 – Kevin Cooper
  4. 00S – Todd Simmons
  5. C8 – Robin Maxson
  6. 31 – Terry Loughry

Feature – 20 Laps

  1. 56 – Kevin Keene
  2. 6A – Dustin Atkinson
  3. 19 – Randy Bohan
  4. C8 – Robin Maxson
  5. 306 – Michael Ayersan
  6. 17B – Rusty Ball
  7. 97 – Thomas Simpson
  8. 46 – Randy Thornhill
  9. 31 – Terry Loughry
  10. 07 – Kevin Cooper
  11. 68X – Ronald Pyles
  12. 00S – Todd Simmons

Hot Mods

Heat 1 – 6 Laps

  1. 21H – Roger Hull
  2. 11 – Trent Speicher
  3. 79 – Joshua Simpson
  4. 08 – Junior Wiant
  5. 14H – Joshua Hymes
  6. 17M – Josh Mullenax

Heat 2 – 6 Laps

  1. 11H – Daniel Helmick
  2. 36S – Santino Loretta
  3. 9 – Michael Simpson
  4. 97 – Daniel Simpson
  5. 93 – Jason Phillips

Feature – 20 Laps

  1. 79 – Joshua Simpson
  2. 36S – Santino Loretta
  3. 14H – Joshua Hymes
  4. 97 – Daniel Simpson
  5. 93 – Jason Phillips
  6. 11H – Daniel Helmick
  7. 11 – Trent Speicher
  8. 21H – Roger Hull
  9. 08 – Junior Wiant
  10. 9 – Michael Simpson
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