The winds of change were blowing through Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval Saturday night. Checkered flags flew for new names in all but one class of racing at the high-bank quarter-mile track.
Just as our broadcast began, we had a nearly 30-minute delay for oil on the track, which would be a theme throughout the early portion of the evening. But when they finally got to racing, it was pure adrenalin as it began with the Bandoleros and concluded with the Pro Late Models.
Eric Granstrom and Greg Rentz had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Mullins pulls away for Bando win
Once again, here’s a run down on the Les Schwab Scoreboard…
Jordan Mullins of Naches won the Bandolero main event, followed by Ryker Ohler of Prosser and Oregon City’s James Hamlin.
Okanogan’s Goetz wins Jr. Late Model main event at WVSO
Okanogan’s Even Goetz grabbed the checkered flag in the Mountain Dew Junior Late Models. Kennewick’s Kaidyn Moran was second followed by Ephrata’s Danica Dart 3rd.
Frazier continues to dominate Thunder Cars
For the 3rd time this season, winner in the Dick’s Heating and Air Conditioning Thunder Car main was East Wenatchee’s Seth Frazier. Selah’s Garrett Huffines took second and East Wenatchee’s Mike Sims was 3rd.
Yakima’s Norman enjoys first drive at WVSO to win Roadrunner main
Yakima’s James Norman drove around a big field of Plumb Perfect Roadrunners to place 1st. Wenatchee’s Jared Ingram was 2nd followed by Arlington’s Matt Lawson 3rd.
Gary Homad wins at WVSO for first time since 2009
And, after a wreck with 9-laps to go taking out Jake Woods and Glenn Knutson, Gary Homad won on his home track for the first time since 2009. Moses Lake’s Brad Morrison took second and Quincy’s Michael Knutson 3rd.
WVSO will be back at it in a couple weeks on August 22nd with the Northwest Focus Midget Series, the Thunder Cars, Roadrunners and B-Mods all scheduled to race.
Sheffied dominant in helping Seattle snap 3-game skid
The Mariners snapped a three-game losing streak Sunday with a 5-3 win over the Colorado Rockies…
Justus Sheffield dominated on the mound, going 6-innings and allowing no runs on 4-hits with 7-strikeouts to earn his first win of the season.
Sheffield got some help in the bottom of the first from left fielder Dylan Moore…
Mariners 1-hit in 5-0 loss to Colorado
Sunday’s quick start offensively was in sharp contrast to what happened Saturday at T-Mobile Park…
Rocky reliever Jeff Hoffman and three other pitchers combined on a 1-hit shutout of Seattle in Colorado’s 5-nothing victory. J.P. Crawford was the only Mariner to get a hit with two outs in the bottom of the 6th inning.
Rockies knock out Kikuchi in 8-4 win
Things didn’t go much better Friday night as Colorado won the first game of the series 8-to-4. Austin Nola and Kyle Seager each contributed a couple hits in the loss as Yusei Kikuchi lasted 5-and-two-thirds.
Charlie Blackmon is going to hate leaving Seattle. The veteran right fielder was 8-for-11 in the series with 4-runs, 4-RBI’s, a home run and two doubles.
Seattle begins the first of three games at Texas tonight at 6:05 with Justin Dunn facing Kyle Gibson.
Seahawks Dunbar removed from Exempt List, Ursua added to Reserve/COVID-19 list
Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar, a day after robbery charges were dropped against him, was removed from the Commissioner’s Exempt List. This according to the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. This frees Dunbar up to be able to join his teammates in training camp.
For the first time, the Seahawks have a player on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Second year wide receiver John Ursua was placed on that list on Sunday. Seattle was previously one of six teams that hadn’t had a player on the Reserve/COVID-19 list since training camp began two weeks ago.