The Ken Stookey Memorial highlighted racing action Saturday night at Shady Bowl Speedway as the 62-lap street stock feature paid $2,000 to the winner.
A field of 20 street stocks took the green to start and saw Josh Sage dominate the field. Sage was so dominate that when the race was over there were only three cars on the lead lap. The win was the first of the season for the veteran driver.
Josh Sage of Piqua is shown with Scott Stookey after Sage won the 62 lap Kenny Stookey Memorial paying $2000 to win. Scott is the son of Kenny Stookey. (PHOTO | ISAACS PHOTOS)
Rodney Roush held on for the runner-up spot, Rob Schaeff came in third, Nic Burnside was fourth and Chad Small Jr. was fifth. Jacob Muncy was the fast qualifier and the hard charger award went to Chester Frazier.
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