Shultz Continues Winning Ways; Kapish, Ayre Split 4 Cylinder Laurels; Brown finds Redemption.

The 4 cylinder make up feature action was hot and heavy throughout the 25 lap main event Friday night at Evergreen Raceway.

Rookie Evan Rygielski and Josh Oswald would lead the field to the green, Oswald would jump out to the early lead. An early caution on lap 1 for Rygielski would re stack the field it was now Oswald and last weeks winner TJ Kapish. Oswald and Kapish would battle side by side until lap 7 when Kapish would take the lead. Kapish would remain out front the rest of the way beating out Jimmy Ayre and Jay Kanor.

Jimmy Ayre would take down race number two of the night switching spots with Kapish finishing second Neil Rutt III in third Kevin Kruczek fourth and Ryan Burkett fifth.

Brock Brown was nothing more than dominant Friday night as he would start outside pole next to Brian Halecki. Brown would take the lead on lap one and never look back cruising to his first win of the season. Todd Ahner, Brian Halecki, Mike Pollack and Jason Harman would complete the top 5.

Defending late model champion Steve Shultz continued his winning ways Friday night beating out Shannon Mongeau who is the current point leader at Wall Stadium. Mongeau made the trip Friday night and would show that he would be a force early on the 30 lap late model feature. Romig and Shultz would share the front row in the night capper. Romig would take the early lead followed by Mongeau and Shultz. Mongeau would grab the lead on lap nine and looked to be in prime position for his first Evergreen Raceway win. Romig would spin with 9 laps remaining and would need assistance back to the pit area. Mongeau and Shultz would line up side by side on the restart. Mongeau would jump to the lead but as the laps would dwindle down the Mongeau mount would being to fade as Shultz would take the lead with five to go and check out to win his third straight feature. Mongeau and Romig were next in line.

A&R Building Supply 4 Cylinder Make Up (25 Laps) 1. Kapish. 2. Ayre. 3. Kanor. 4. Rutt III 5. Travis Soloman. 6. Kruczek 7. Shawn Kistler 8. Zeb Farber. 9. Steve Kreitzer. 10. Ray Kochin. 11. Jay Skupski. 12. Bob Doknovitch. 13. Kenzie Adams. 14. Laurn Gimbi. 15. Evan Rygielski. 16. Josh Oswald. 17. Tony Hillard.

4 Cylinder Feature (25 Laps) 1. Ayre. 2. Kapish. 3. Rutt III. 4. Kruczek. 5. Ryan Burkett. 6. Kreitzer. 7. Solomon. 8. Farber. 9. Kochin. 10. Adams. 11. Kanor. 12. Rygielski. 13. Kistler. 14. Doknovitch.

 DNS Oswald. Hillard. Skupski. Gimbi

Barbush Auto Sales Street Stocks (25 Laps) 1. Brown. 2. Ahner. 3. Halecki. 4. Pollack. 5. Harman. 6. Jason Beers. 7. Aaron Kromer. 8. Kevin Makarewicz. 9. Frank Hughes Jr. 10. Chris Trumbauer. 11. Lyndsay Buss.

Plum Air Late Models (30 Laps) 1. Shultz. 2. Mongeau. 3. Romig Jr.

Evergreen Raceway is proud to be associated with Fairway Chevrolet, American Property Solutions, Wanick Construction, Franzosa Trucking, Harry’s U-Pull It, Barbush Auto Sales, S&D Bodyline, CK Auto Service and Race Fab, Rock Auto, Evans Roadhouse, Himmer Graphics, Evergreen Lawn Care, A&R Building Supplies and Morans Funeral Home and Triple Clear Water Solutions, Plum Air and Tito Juice.

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