Spectators at Magnolia Motor Speedway soaked in a competitive evening of racing Sunday in the final night of the 602 Sportsman World Championship. The results for the weekend slate are listed below.
Late Model Sportsman
Tyler Burgess of the Memphis area won the Glenn’s BBQ and Fish CRUSA Late Model Sportsman World Championship race. Brett White, Tody Radcliff, Ryan Colby, and Chase Pennington of Steens rounded out the top five.
Burgess also won the race May 15 and told The Dispatch he would make adjustments going forward. Apparently, those changes paid off.
Steens racer Corey Pennington placed ninth, while Columbus’ Brodi Owens placed 19th. Caledonia’s Colby Ponds finished 20th.
Jeremy Shaw of Millport, Alabama, won the Trak-Star Race Cars CRUSA Dirt Late Models race. Evan Ellis, Randall Beckwith, Rodney Wing, and Jamey Boland rounded out the top five.
Hunter Carroll of Columbus just missed the top five, placing sixth. Steens native Mark Stokes finished 10th, and Columbus’ Josh Parkerson finished 18th.
Blake McNeill of Quitman won the William Wells Three Star Tire and Auto Factory Stocks feature. Johnny Pannell, John Johnson IV, Aiden Fletcher of Columbus, and Jay Downs rounded out the top five.
Jody Guest of West Point finished 13th.
Shay Knight of Columbus won the Eaton Clinic CRUSA Modified Sportsman feature. Matt Price, Rusty Duncan, Tim Parker, and Scottie Gowers rounded out the top five.
Jimmy Anderson of Columbus placed just outside the top five, at seventh place. Steens’ Jeremy Robertson finished 12th.
Brandon Hill of Amory won the Murphy Towing CRUSA Street Stocks feature. Lee Ray of Columbus, Sam Hughes, Shay Knight of Columbus, and Eddie Rickman rounded out the top five.
Columbus racer Dusty Dupler finished 12th.
Joshua Wood won the Murphy Towing Hot Shots feature race. Roy Welch, Chase Worthy, Taylor Murphy of Columbus, and Eric Ables rounded out the top five.
Columbus’ Shawn Silas placed seventh.
Hodge is the former sports editor for The Dispatch.
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