HERMON — Points leader Mike Hopkins of Hermon took the lead on lap three and held on for his eighth win of the season in the Late Model feature Saturday at Speedway 95.
Ryan Deane of Winterport finished in second place followed by Deane Smart of Bradley in third. Dale Swoboda of Hermon came in fourth place while Jesse Smith of Bangor took fifth.
<span class=”Sports_agate”>OTHER SPEEDWAY 95 RESULTS</span>
<span class=”Sports_agate”>SPORTSMAN: 1. D.J. Moody (Prospect), 2. Deane Smart (Bradley), 3. Gene Wasson (Greenbush), 4. Mike Overlock (Franklin), 5. Steve Moulton (Holden); STRICTLY STREET: 1. Shelby Kimball (Cornville), 2. Andrew McLaughlin (Harrington), 3. Cody Brassbridge (Frankfort), 4. Shawn Hamel II (Bangor), 5. Jim Carr Jr. (Clifton); SPORT-FOUR: 1. Steve Heath, 2. Keith Ogden (Dedham), 3. Gerry Phillips (Hermon), 4. Bradley Norris (Ellsworth), 5. Becky Elston (Carmel); BOMBER: 1. Ryan Modery (Hermon), 2. Emma Libby (Glenburn), 3. Scott Bonney (Bangor), 4. Andrew Crosby (Hermon), 5. Ken Ogden (Seal Cove)</span>
<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Unity Raceway</span>
At Unity, Josh St. Clair of Liberty worked his way through the field to earn a first-place finish in the 35-lap Late Model feature Saturday at Unity Raceway.
Former Late Model Pro Four driver Ben Clark of Clinton finished in second place. David Folsom of Skowhegan took third place followed by Jeff Burgess of East Madison and Will Collins of Waldoboro, respectively.
<span class=”Sports_agate”>OTHER UNITY RESULTS</span>
<span class=”Sports_agate”>WILDCAT: 1. Maurice Young (Chelsea), 2. Chris King (Burnham), 3. Ed Sleeper (Vassalboro), 4. Kris Matchett (Skowhegan), 5. Ed Gilblair (Skowhegan); PRO FOUR: 1. Bill Ellis (Parkman), 2. Lance Chapman (Benton), 3. Bryan Lancaster (Skowhegan), 4. Tim Robinson (Clinton), 5. Steve Rackliff (Starks); MINI: 1. Mike Mason (Skowhegan), 2. Zach Audet (Skowhegan), 3. Richard Jackson (Hudson), 4. Tim Robinson (Clinton), 5. Mike Wilson (Chelsea); FLYIN’ FOUR: 1. Jayson Bosworth (Cornville), 2. Kyle Robinson (Clinton), 3. Mika Wilson (Chelsea), 4. Cole Robinson (Clinton), 5. Nate Tribbett (Pittston); CHALLENGER: 1. Chad Folsom (Skowhegan), 2. Cody Williamson (Skowhegan), 3. Mike Stowe (Waterville), 4. Samantha Farnham (Benton), 5. Louie Stillman (Clinton); TEEN THUNDER: 1. Austin Clemons (Norridgewock), 2. Colby Robbins (Montville), 3. Emily McAlpine (Burnham), 4. Derek Pariseau (Brooks), 5. April McAlpine (Burnham); ENDURO: 1. John McCarron (Newport), 2. Christine Foster (Norridgewock), 3. Josh Switzer (Woonsocket), 4. Kersey Santos (Waterville), 5. Josh Spencer</span>
<span class=”Sports_10tb”>Winterport Dragway</span>
At Hermon, Greg Young of Winterport finished first in the Super Pro Eliminator race and went on to claim victory in the Super Pro/Pro Final Saturday at Winterport Dragway.
Russell Calder of Campobello, New Brunswick took second place in the Super Pro/Pro Final.
In the Super Pro Eliminator race, Hermon’s Dan Emerson earned a second place finish. Willy Larrabee of Stockton Springs was a semifinalist.
<span class=”Sports_agate”>OTHER WINTERPORT RESULTS</span>
<span class=”Sports_agate”>PRO ELIMINATOR: 1. Russell Calder (Campobello, N.B.), 2. David Kecki (Lowell), semifinalists: Robin Reynolds (Winterport), Ron Buffington (Millinocket); BIKES/SLEDS: 1. Jon Weeks (Waterville), 2. Eddie Hall (Machias), semifinalist: Jim Marston (Fairfield); STREET ELIMINATOR: 1. Tom Ireland (Winterport), 2. Brock Wakefield (Unity), semifinalist: Steven George (Epping, N.H.); STREET TROPHY: 1. Jon Kaiser (Mapleton), 2. Tom Ireland (Winterport); SUPER STREET: 1. Jake Perry (Orrington), 2. Tom Ireland (Winterport); OUTLAW STREET: 1. Richard Weaver (Stueben), 2. Todd Pinkham (Stueben); CAMARO/MUSTANG CHALLENGE: 1. Terry Caron (Bagor), 2. Paul Bickford (Rockland), semifinalist: Jim Watson (Gouldsboro); NOSTALGIA: 1. Robin Reynolds (Winterport), 2. Mike Whitaker (South China)</span>