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Busha claims Late Model feature at Winchester Speedway

Posted on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 3:09 pm

Winchester’s Jaden Frame won the Two-barrel Late Model feature and finished 10th in the Super Late Model feature Saturday night at Winchester Speedway. (Photo courtesy Dana Webb)

Winchester’s Jaden Frame won the Two-barrel Late Model feature and finished 10th in the Super Late Model feature Saturday night at Winchester Speedway. (Photo courtesy Dana Webb)

WINCHESTER, Tenn. — Tim Busha made another trip to Winchester Speedway pay off.

The Boaz, Ala., native grabbed the lead from the outside of row one and drove to his second Super Late Model win of the season at Winchester Speedway on Saturday night.

Busha outran third-starting Dylan Ames to the checkers. Multi-time winner John Owenby rallied from ninth to finish third, while Matthew Summers, of Estill Springs was fourth and polesitter Jerry Ashby slid from first to finish fifth. Lucas Burns, David Brannon, Kevin Lovvorn, Gwynn Newby and Jadon Frame completed the top 10 in a field that drew 17 entries.

To go with his top-10 finish in the Super Late Model feature, Frame, of Winchester, won the Two-barrel Late Model main event over fellow Winchester driver Henry Hanger. Joey Tucker was third, with Chase Mantooth fourth and Jordan Judge fifth.

Rex Dunn, of Kelso, claimed the feature win in the Modified Stock division, besting a stout 12-car field. Ethan Sims was second ahead of Kelby Demonbreum. Jerry Nelson and Scott Blackwell completed the top five. Lynchburg’s Richard Blazier started on the pole, but fell to an eighth-place finish.

Wayne Walls, of Murfreesboro, started first and held off Lynchburg’s Josh Bondurant to win the Street Stock feature. Kevin Whaley trailed Walls and Bondurant at the finish. Terry Williams was fourth and Lynchburg’s Tanner Russell was fifth.

In the Mini Stock feature, Jackie Hentz, of Shelbyville won in front of Joshua Nichols, Jason Todd Sr., Jeremy Darnell and John Waldrep.

Josh Deal, of Lynchburg, won the Vintage Dwarf race with Dustin Taylor second. Jennifer Deal was third. Hasty Deal was credited with fourth after wrecking while leading the race. Steve Taylor was fifth.

Hasty Deal crashed hard into the concrete retaining wall and was taken to the hospital for observation. He was reported to be good condition later that Saturday evening.

—From track and staff reports

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