70-cars and trucks converged on Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval Saturday night for a huge night of racing on Johnson Electric Night. 30-of the cars were in the Dick’s Heating and Air Conditioning Thunder Car challenge, the largest field of its kind in the northwest this season.
Eric Granstrom and Greg Rentz had the call on the NCWLIFE Channel…
Ingram grabs checkered flag in Roadrunner main
Jared Ingram finished first in the Plumb Perfect Roadrunner main event, followed by Brandon Knouf and Alberto Navarette.
Larson wins again at WVSO in Midgets
The checkered flag fell for Monroe’s Nick Larson in the Northwest Focus Midget main event. Buckley’s Rebel Jackson, Jr. took second while Burien’s Marty Rosler battled for third.
B-Mod main goes to Holaday, again
Wenatchee’s Chad Holaday was once again a winner in the Holaday’s Custom Muffler B-Mod main event. Rocky Crocker was second, followed by Moses Lake’s David Macken third.
Majors wins Bill Sauls Memorial race in Northwest Pro4 Trucks
The Northwest Pro4 Truck’s main event was also their Bill Sauls Memorial Championship and Puyallup’s Jason Majors etched his name on the trophy for the 6th time. There was even a $100 cash bounty put on Major’s head if anyone could knock him off. Ephrata’s Jeff Hector was 2nd followed by Tacoma’s Pete Brady 3rd.
Tidrick out-duels stable-mate for win in Thunder Car Challenge
It was Kennewick’s BJ Tidrick taking the win in the 50-lap Dick’s Heating and Air Conditioning Thunder Car Challenge followed by East Wenatchee’s Seth Frazier and Terry Osborn.
We apologize for our technical difficulties in bringing you the race LIVE on NCWLIFE Saturday night. We did air it last night and will re-air it again this Saturday at 6 o’clock. WVSO’s next race is September 12th and we hope to have our equipment back up and running by then to bring it to you LIVE here on NCWLIFE Channel.
Seahawks scrimmage shut down when player gets knocked out
The Seahawk’s mock game Saturday at CenturyLink Field was shortened by a scary moment when defensive end Branden Jackson was knocked unconscious…
Jackson was strapped to a backboard and taken to a nearby hospital. He was released after being evaluated Saturday night and returned to the team facility Sunday.
Mariners earn first sweep of season
The Mariners completed a 3-game sweep of Texas Sunday at T-Mobile Park with a 4-1 victory…
Justin Dunn and three relievers held the Rangers to 3-hits on the day. Meanwhile, Seattle got home runs from Kyle Lewis, Austin Nola and the first-career home run by Sam Haggerty.
In off-the-field news, Seattle sent struggling designated hitter Daniel Vogelbach to Toronto for cash. The 2019 All-Star representative was hitting just point zero nine four in 18-games this season.
The Mariners have the day off today before beginning a series in San Diego tomorrow at 6:10.