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Hogge, Braaten are IMCA winners at Southern Oregon’s Haudenshild Tribute

first_imgHogge won the seventh annual Roger Haudenshild Tribute race for the IMCA Modifieds Saturday at White City. The California speedster piloted his backup car to the Modified checkers and drove a Paul Guglielmoni-owned late model to the winner’s circle as well.  By Don Martin II  WHITE CITY, Ore. (June 1) – Another visit to Southern Oregon Speedway resulted in another IMCA Modified victory for Bobby Hogge IV.  The win was the second of the season and IMCA career 78th for Hogge.  Jorddon Braaten picked up the 20-lap Haudenshild Tribute feature for Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods. The $1,600 payday matched his career best for the division and followed his third win of 2019.  When the green flag waved, Hogge immediately moved into the lead ahead of rookie Justin Foux and Albert Gill. Two-time defending race winner Trenchard was already in fourth when the caution flag came out on lap six and took third from Gill on the restart.  Feature Results “This is a track that can be challenging because of its unique characteristics. You’ve got to pay attention there as a driver,” said Hogge, who’d won the R. Charles Snyder Salute at Southern Oregon last September and was already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. “It was definitely a good night for us. We went home happy campers.”  Modifieds – 1. Bobby Hogge IV; 2. Zach Fettinger; 3. Nick Trenchard; 4. Justin Foux; 5. Jeffrey Hudson; 6. Preston Jones; 7. Jon DeBenedetti; 8. Albert Gill; 9. Jimmy Lipke; 10. Paul Guglielmoni; 11. Ray Kniffen Jr.; 12. Manny Freeman; 13. Bo Shields; 14. Steve Borror; 15. Jessie Bailey; 16. Duane Cleveland. center_img Also the trophy dash winner, Braaten led green to checkered after starting outside the front row. Tyler Rodgers was the runner-up and Fred Ryland was third.  Thirty-two SportMod drivers came from as far south as the San Francisco Bay area for a shot at a nice payday. The Haudenshild family and Dusty’s Transmissions added to the purse for both divisions. Hogge brought it home to a satisfying victory and Fettinger made a strong move on the inside in the final turn and beat Trenchard back to the line for second. Foux settled for fourth, followed by Jeffrey Hudson.  Bobby Hogge IV returned to Southern Oregon Speedway to win the IMCA Modified feature at the seventh annual Roger Haudenshild Tribute. Hogge, already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot, earned $2,000 for the checkers. (Photo by Carole Bryan, Shadows of Light Photos) Fettinger was up to fifth by the time the final yellow flag waved on lap 12. Trenchard made an inside move in turn four of the 14th lap to take over second. Hogge continued to set a rapid pace as Fettinger made his move past Foux for third on lap 24.  Hogge had drawn the pole with Crack The Whip winner Nick Trenchard starting eighth and trophy dash winner Zach Fettinger lined up in 11th.  Northern SportMods – 1. Jorddon Braaten; 2. Tyler Rodgers; 3. Fred Ryland; 4. Justin McCreadie; 5. Braxton Possinger; 6. Wyatt Westfall; 7. Jantzen Knipps; 8. Ethan Killingsworth; 9. Matt Sanders; 10. Brian Johnson;  11. Ryder Boswell; 12. Mike Medel;  13. Jesse Skidmore; 14. Steve Sanders; 15. Patti Ryland; 16. Isaac Sanders; 17. Brandon Wilson;  18. Brian Cooper; 19. Willie McFall; 20. Dwayne Melvin.last_img read more

Man arrested on theft and drug charges

first_imgGreensburg, IN —Late Thursday evening, a Greensburg Police Department officer observed a vehicle with an equipment violation. The officer attempted to pull the vehicle over on West Main Street, but the vehicle continued down a nearby alley.As the vehicle came to a stop, the officer detained the driver of the vehicle who was identified as Dylan Grider, of Greensburg.During the investigation, it was learned that Grider allegedly discarded narcotics from the vehicle before he came to a stop. The motor vehicle that Grider was in possession of was reported stolen from another county.Mr. Grider was transported to the Decatur County Jail and charged on allegations of Dealing Methamphetamine and Theft of a Motor Vehicle.last_img read more

Breakdown: No. 24 Wisconsin vs. Troy

first_imgTroy entered Camp Randall Stadium 35-point underdogs. They beat the spread, but it was still a dominant performance for the Wisconsin football team in its 28-3 win over the Trojans Saturday afternoon.A slow offensive start in the first half kept the Badgers within the Trojans’ reach, but a strong defensive showing from the Badgers for the second consecutive week helped UW get to 2-1 on the season.Offensive Player of the Game: Taiwan DealAlthough the redshirt freshman didn’t find the end zone in the win, Deal bruised and battered the Troy defense up and down the field all game to the tune of 84 yards on 16 carries. Deal converted a number of short yardage situations for the Badgers to help sustain drives, something the offense needed on a day it didn’t have its A-game.Defensive Player of the Game: Chris OrrAfter the ejection of linebacker Leon Jacobs because of a targeting call, true freshman Chris Orr took his place.He did not disappoint.Orr recorded a game-high 14 tackles (11 solo), including one for a loss and added a pass breakup on a third down. He also made a few stops on short-yardage situations to help the defense get off the field.Turning PointTroy exited the locker room after halftime down 14-3. A quick score would bring it right back in the game, and the Trojans were knocking on the door.Quarterback Brandon Silvers brought Troy to Wisconsin’s 25-yard line with just under 11 minutes remaining in the third quarter. Silvers dropped back, but outside linebacker Joe Schobert got a great jump off the ball and beat the left tackle, got to Silvers and strip-sacked him.Safety Michael Caputo jumped on the ball and the Badgers would take over at their own 33-yard line.When You Knew It Was OverOn the Badgers’ ensuing drive following the fumble recovery, Tanner McEvoy went under center in Wisconsin’s new wildcat formation.The first play was a nine yard run to the left. The next call was the same play, just to the right side, and this time, McEvoy stayed patient behind his blockers and reeled off a 32-yard touchdown run to put the Badgers up 21-3 with 7:16 remaining in the third quarter.QuotableUW head coach Paul Chryst on targeting calls that led to ejection of Leon Jacobs and Derrick Tindal: “It’s out of [the officials’] hands at times. And there’s no doubt that every coach that I know wants to — and this is for all rules, to make this game safer, no question. And I just want to make sure — we have taken a lot of pride in coaching good football. We want to make sure, I look forward to getting the reports and seeing it and make sure that we’re doing our part and that our players are — we want to be a physical team. It’s a physical game. We want to make sure we’re doing it the right way and take pride in that.”Troy head coach Neal Brown on Wisconsin’s defense:“They look like an SEC defense. I think they’re really good on the edges. That [Vince] Biegel kid, number 47, made a ton of plays. We had a really difficult time trying to block him. The safety, number seven, [Michael] Caputo, he’s as good of a safety as there probably is in the country.”Junior cornerback Sojourn Shelton on targeting calls:“Understand that the refs are going to make some calls. That’s their job, that’s not our job. Our job is to play football, so some calls might be here and there but the only thing we can do is continue to press forward and handle what’s in front of us — and that’s moving onto the next play.”last_img read more

Premier League: London Rumbles for Arsenal, Tottenham Derby

first_imgArsenal will be hoping to maintain their strong home record against Tottenham in the season’s first north London derby at the Emirates today. The Gunners have lost just one of the last 26 meetings with Spurs at home in all competitions, winning 15 of those games.Tottenham’s only win at Arsenal in the last 23 years came in November 2010 when Younes Kaboul netted a late winner in a 3-2 victory.Arsenal are currently in stunning form, winning 11 of their last 12 matches in all competitions while Tottenham are enduring a tough run of results. Mauricio Pochettino’s men have failed to win any of their last six matches in all competitions, but were only three points off top spot in the Premier League brfore the weekend matches. Despite the winless run, this is Tottenham’s best ever start to a Premier League season and they are the only team in the league that are unbeaten (five wins, five draws).Hector Bellerin is expected to return for Arsenal after he limped out of training on Monday with a minor knock. The Spanish full-back was not part of the Champions League squad that travelled to Bulgaria to play Ludogorets on Tuesday.Theo Walcott, Santi Cazorla and Nacho Monreal are also close to full fitness after injuries but will face late fitness tests ahead of the match. Kieran Gibbs suffered a shoulder injury in midweek and will also be assessed.Pochettino has confirmed that Toby Alderweireld is out of the derby, but Harry Kane will be in the Tottenham squad. Mousa Dembele and Erik Lamela are both rated doubtful while Moussa Sissoko will also be unavailable as he serves the final game of his suspension. Eric Dier is likely to continue at centre-back alongside Jan Vertonghen.Arsenal are winless in their last four Premier League north London derbies (D3 L1) – they’ve never gone five without a win against Tottenham in the league under Arsene Wenger. Pochettino is undefeated as a manager in his four Premier League north London derbies. No Spurs manager has ever gone unbeaten in their first five league games against Arsenal in top-flight history.The team scoring first has failed to win this fixture on 23 occasions, the highest number in Premier League history (15 draws, eight defeats). The Gunners have scored at least once in 42 of their last 43 meetings with Tottenham in all competitions. Arsenal have lost just one of their last 20 Premier League games (W12 D7 L1).Tottenham are without defeat in their first 10 league games of a season for the first time since 1990/91. They eventually finished 10th that season.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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