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NOBLES COUNTY SPEEWAY: Nordstrom among winners at NCS

WORTHINGTON -- The Nobles County Speedway continued its racing season Sunday night with a full slate of action sponsored by Graham Tire. No Limit Graphics will sponsor this coming Sunday's races, with hot laps scheduled to begin as always at 5:30 p.m. and racing at 6 p.m.

The following are Sunday's results:


Elray Sybesma and Klaus Deuschle brought the field around to take the green flag. Joey Streeter, on the high side, took the lead, and Deuschle soon went low and brought out the caution. Going back green, Streeter ended up with a flat tire to result in another caution. As they went green once more, Sybesma and Todd Uhl battled for the lead with Streeter working his way into third.

With Uhl out front and the drivers going three-wide down the backstretch, Streeter slid into a tire on the backstretch to bring out the red flag. Going back green Sybesma, Justin Row and Uhl battled it out to the finish with Sybesma taking the win and Row second. Uhl was knocked out due to a flat tire.


Bruce Kingerey and Tyler Pospisil led the way to take the green. Pospisil and Eric Gaul got out front to battle for the lead, and Dan Strandberg (on the high side) tried to work his way past Gaul. Jeremy Van Ede worked his way into fourth as Strandberg got around Gaul to take second. Kingerey would soon spin, bringing out the caution.

As they went green, Pospisil got out front with Gaul falling back. Strandberg maintained second with Van Ede third and Pospisil (going high) losing ground. Strandberg would take the lead with Van Ede moving into second, Jeremy Wegner third, Pospisil fourth and Gaul rounding out the top five. Strandberg and Van Ede went side-by-side out of corner four, with Van Ede taking the lead, when Gaul brouight out the caution.

Van Ede continued to lead as they went green once more with Strandberg holding second and Jerry Groenwald moving up into third. As they raced to the checkered Wegner, getting into Groenwald, brought out the caution flag. Van Ede got the win, Strandberg was second, Groenwald third, Kingerey fourth and Derrik Hotovec fifth.

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Jordan Nordstrom got out front at the green with Wade Huisman, Trey Theseneitz, Tim Ottenbacher and Ryan Schuur filing in behind. Theseneitz would fall back into fourth, with Ottenbacher advancing into third. Huisman, working on the bottom, tried to get under Nordstrom, but he was held off as they make their way to the halfway mark.

Racing single-file, Dalton Johnson spun coming out of corner two to bring out the caution. Going back green, Nordstrom was still out front with Huisman (going high) falling back and Ottenbacher (moving under) taking over second. Coming to the checkered, Nordstrom gets the win with Ottenbacher second. Huisman was third, Schuur fourth and Theseneitz fifth.


Brian Rogers, Collen DeRuyter, Alec Vander Brink, Steve Bents and Jason Fisher rounded out the top five as they went green. Not making it out of corner two were Chris Teisler and Nick Ober, who got together to bring out the first of many cautions. With a complete restart, Rogers and DeRuyter brought the field around to take the green. DeRuyter (going high) made his way past Rogers for the lead, and Rogers would soon get loose coming out of corner two and spin to bring out another caution. DeRuyter was out front with Fisher, Nick Johansen, Bents, and Austin Lucas second through fifth, respectively, as they went back green.

Fisher (on the bottom) took the lead with Johansen (high side) moving into second when Tim Meyer spun, bringing out the caution. As they attempted to go green, Vander Brink spun to result in yet another caution. As they went single-file to the green, Fisher was out front with DeRuyter and Johansen on battling for second, Lucas holding fourth and Tom Brown fifth. Cody Brown soon spun for a caution.

With a time limit to observe, the drivers ended up going green-white-checked and Fisher wound up with the win. DeRuyter was second, Lucas third, Johansen fourth, and Tom Brown fifth.

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Rich Gregoire and Luke Sathoff brought them around to take the green. Gregoire started out in front with Sathoff, Derek Voehl and Ricky Prins batting for third. Prins moved up and going three-wide in corner three were Ron Prins, kept the lead. Sathoff and Ricky Prins filed in behind Byers, and Palsrock battle rounded out the top five.

Byers dropped back, moving Palsrock into fourth and Ron Prins into fifth. Ricky Prins got under Sathoff at the white flag, advancing into second. Gregoire got the win, Ricky Prins was second, Sathoff third, Palsrock fourth and Ron Prins fifth.