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Top honors at Topeka go to Haid

first_imgTOPEKA, Kan. (April 24) – The era of IMCA Racing got underway Sunday night as Heart­land Park Topeka played host to opening night and a total of 82 cars checked in to battle it out in four divisions.One of the most exciting races of the night happened in the Cars 4 Less IMCA Stock Car division.Bryan Rigsby, who has multiple feature wins at HPT, jumped out to the early lead but would saw his car fade as a problem developed. This problem for Rigsby would be a big gain for Matt Haid.Haid had been keeping pace with Rigsby and was ready to pounce on the moment. Haid took the lead and never looked back. Jim Powell Jr. and Dominic Thyfault gave him a run for his money, but Haid was just too tough on this night as he went on to the opening night win.It was a star-studded field in the BillsBuilt Race Cars IMCA Modified feature.Mike Striegel got the drop on the competition and took the lead early while former national cham­pion Jordan Grabouski was closing in quick.Grabouski wrestled away the lead and quickly put distance between him and the rest of the competi­tors. Steven Bowers Jr. made a good run at Grabouski before Clay Money took away the second spot and Grabouski raced to the win.Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod clipper Curtis Dreasher showed he has what it takes to get the job done at Heartland Park Topeka.Dreasher has pocketed a few wins at Heartland Park Topeka before and he added another to his collection after a tough battle with Tim Echevarria.Every now and then a new face comes into the area and you have to take a second look at them because they are just that good.It looks like Cody Williams in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock division might be one of those faces.Williams blasted to a big win from the sixth starting spot, going unchallenged to the finish line.last_img read more

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Saints, Hikers register wins in GHB’s indoor tournament

first_imgSAINT Stanislaus and Hikers registered victories when the Guyana Hockey Board’s (GHB) Lucozade indoor tournament continued on Tuesday evening at the National Gymnasium with a double-header.According to a press release, Saints blanked Old Fort Knockers 4-0, while Hikers secured a 7-4 win against Georgetown Cricket Club’s Vintage.In the opening game, Yonnick Peters netted a double for Saints in the 29th and 32nd minutes, while Joel Hunte opened the scoring with a field goal in the 10th minute. This was followed by a penalty corner goal off the stick of Hilton Charles in the 19th minute.Tuesdays 23rdIn the second game, the score was tied at 1-1 at the end of the first half after Aroydy Branford opened the scoring for Hikers in the 3rd minute, but this score was levelled by Vintage’s Alan Fernandes who registered a field goal in the 20th minute.On resumption for the second half, Eric Hing sent Vintage into the lead with a 21st minute field goal, but Branford levelled the score for Hikers with a 23rd minute field goal.Two minutes later, Randy Hope sent Hikers back into the lead with a field goal and Michael Harding extended the lead for the Hikers side with a 28th minute field goal.Fernandes then responded for Vintage with a 31st minute field goal and in the same minute, Harding netted a field goal for Hikers.GHB president Philip Fernandes subsequently netted Vintage’s final goal in the 33rd minute but Hikers were not to be outdone as Hope and Jamari Assanah found the back of the opposition’s net in the 35th and 37th minute respectively.The tournament will continue this weekend at the same venue with six more matches.last_img read more

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UEFA postpones Champions League final and other club finals, providing no new date

first_imgUEFA postpones Champions League final and other club finals, providing no new date Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNYON, Switzerland (AP) — UEFA postpones Champions League final and other club finals, providing no new date.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Associated Press center_img March 23, 2020last_img