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Rust and Morrill take back-to-back wins, Cooney, Meyer, Peterson, Morrill and Michehl also visit victory lane
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Rust and Morrill take back-to-back wins, Cooney, Meyer, Peterson, Morrill and Michehl also visit victory lane

June 14, 2019

Marshalltown Speedway was back in action Friday night for night #6 of weekly racing. One hundred twenty-three cars checked in for a full night of racing action on the High Banks. The Karl Chevrolet Dirt Trucks joined the regular classes and it was Myles Michehl taking home that win. Todd Cooney took the honors in the IMCA Late Model class, Joel Rust went back-to-back in the IMCA Modifieds, Steve Meyer returned to the winner's circle in the IMCA Stock Cars, Travis Peterson won the IMCA Northern SportMod feature, it was Kaden Reynolds getting his first win at Marshalltown in the IMCA Hobby Stocks, and Mike Morrill nabbed his fourth win of the season in the MADCRA Mod Lites.

The Karl Chevrolet Dirt Trucks kicked off the night's feature racing. Fort Dodge, Iowa's Myles Michehl would lead the entire 12-lap event on his way to victory. Jeff Frevert, also from Fort Dodge, made a great recovery after spinning out on lap three, having to tag the field, and taking the runner up position. Third went to Late Model driver Todd Cooney, who hopped in the #17RT Dirt Truck, just beating out Billy Davis, Jr. in fourth, and Lou Sipolt rounded out the top five.

Mike Morrill put together back-to-back wins by taking the checkers in the Mod Lite feature. Morrill started ninth, and set his ride on the top of the track on his way to the win. Joe Glick took second, after leading the race until lap nine when Morrill took over. Third went to Randy Bryan, and Joel Huggins took fourth, just beating out Tanner Gannon in fifth. This was Morrill's fourth win of the season.

The IMCA Hobby Stocks were running for a $400 pay off thanks to RBF Electric night at the races, and it was Kaden Reynolds standing in Victory Lane at final of the 15-lap event. Reynolds started fourth, took the lead at lap five and held off the charging field to capture his first win at the High Banks. John Watson went second after starting in tenth place, Leah Wroten came from ninth to finish third, and a pair of #78 cars duked it out at the finish line with Shannon Anderson taking fourth, just beating fifth place David Rieks.

It was a marathon 18-lap IMCA Northern SportMod feature, as caution flag, after caution flag waved. Tony Olson held down the top spot after passing then leader Jason Hall on lap three and soon thereafter, the yellows started waving. Olson maintained his lead on the restarts until lap fifteen when Travis Peterson managed to get the advantage as the race went green, and took over the lead. Olson momentarily surged ahead, only to have Peterson grab back the advantage on the final circuit and fly under the checkers first. Olson had to be content with the runner up spot. Twelfth place starter Jake McBirnie was right in the mix at the front of the pack and finished a close third. Fourth went to visiting Colby, Kansas racer, Brett Berry, who made a great run through the field from starting twenty-first, and Kyle Olson finished fifth after starting twentieth. This was Peterson's first win of the year at the speedway.

Young Dallon Murty, son of the Chelsea Charger, Damon Murty, sprang to the lead from his outside front row starting spot in the 18-lap IMCA Stock Car A Main, and jumped to the top of the track. Murty held down the lead until Shawn Ritter suddenly appeared, running the bottom. Ritter was able to make his low line work, grabbing the lead at lap six. A few laps later, Steve Meyer took over second place as he ran the fine line at the rim of the track. The top line proved to be the winning line, as Meyer snatched the lead at lap twelve, and then held on to take the win. Ritter took second, Todd Reitzler won the war over Troy Jerovetz, as they finished third and fourth respectively, and veteran Jeff Wollam came from eleventh starting spot, to finish in fifth. This was Meyer's second win of the season.

Todd Cooney went home with his first IMCA Late Model victory, winning the 20-lap feature. Cooney caught and passed then leader Kurt Hinrichs with a handful of laps remaining and went home to the flying checkers and the win. Hinrichs held on to second, third went to Jeremiah Hurst, tenth place starter Jeff Aikey finished fourth, and Andy Eckrich was fifth.

Joel Rust put together back-to-back wins in the IMCA Modified division, taking the win comfortably ahead of second place Ethan Dotson, who started fifteenth. Jimmy Gustin took third, fourth went to Tim Ward, and Todd Shute completed the top five. Rust repeated his win from last week, and now has four wins under his belt.

Next Friday is Wolf Seeds/Clement Heating & Cooling night at the races with a candy toss for the kids. The green flag drops at 7:30.


Article Credit: Joyce Eisele

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