Watch Gov’t Mule Jam With Ron Holloway Throughout Last Night’s Show

first_imgLast night, Gov’t Mule made their way to the Innsbrook After Hours at The SERVPRO Richmond Pavilion in Glen Allen, VA, carrying on their fall tour with some rock and roll energy. The band called on the great saxophonist Ron Holloway to accompany them throughout the night, as Holloway sat in at various points during the setlist. Considering the lengthy history between Holloway and Mule, the musical chemistry was at an all time high.After a few songs to get Mule warmed up, Holloway first joined in on “Sco-Mule,” which included teases of “Oye Como Va” and “Les Brers In A Minor.” Holloway would return, but not before the band brought out a cover of ZZ Top’s “Just Got Paid,” as well as some more Mule classics. Holloway returned for the end of the show, including a “Blind Man In The Dark” that featured a cover of The Doors’ “Riders On The Storm” sandwiched inside, as well as a show-closing rendition of “Soulshine.”Check out some great videos from the show, courtesy of Got Mule? on YouTube. The full setlist can be below.About To RageJust Got PaidWhen The World Gets SmallBlind Man In The Dark > Riders On The Storm > Blind Man In The DarkSoulshineSetlist: Gov’t Mule at Innsbrook After Hours at The SERVPRO Richmond Pavilion, Glen Allen, VA – 9/29/16One Set:Bad Little DoggieMr. High & MightyStreamline WomanLeft Coast GrooviesAbout To RageSco-Mule with Ron Holloway, Les Brers In A Minor & Oye Como Va teasesJust Got PaidWandering ChildWhen The World Gets SmallFunny Little Tragedy > with Message In A Bottle lyrics & James Bond Theme teaseDrumsBlind Man In The Dark > with Ron HollowayRiders On The Storm > with Ron HollowayBlind Man In The Dark with Ron HollowaySoulshine with Ron Holloway(No encore due to inclement weather)[Photo by Heath Robson // Gov’t Mule FB Page]last_img read more

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Grace Slick Licenses Song To Chick-fil-A, Gives Proceeds To LGBTQ Rights Organization

first_imgDuring the 2017 Grammys broadcast, you may have seen a new ad for notoriously ultra-religious and socially conservative fast food chain Chick-fil-A featuring cows passing out VR headsets with Starship‘s 1986 hit “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” playing underneath. While the commercial is undoubtedly entertaining, the use of this song in a commercial by such a right-leaning corporation was surprising, given that Starship (and it’s various earlier incarnations) was a central piece of the free-loving, psychedelic San Francisco music scene during the 60s. You can view the commercial in question below:In an editorial posted by Forbes, singer Grace Slick puts to rest any head scratching and “sellout” allegations from fans with a complete explanation of her decision to allow Chick-fil-A to use her music. “Chick-fil-A pisses me off,” proclaims Slick. “The Georgia-based company has a well-documented history of funding organizations, through their philanthropic foundation WinShape, that are against gay marriage. In interviews, CEO Dan T. Cathy has critiqued gay-rights supporters who ‘have the audacity to define marriage’ and said they are bringing ‘God’s judgment” upon the nation.’ I firmly believe that men should be able to marry men, and women women. I am passionately against anyone who would try to suppress this basic human right. So my first thought when ‘Check’-fil-A came to me was, ‘F**k no!’However, Grace Slick devised a plan that would tangibly help the cause in question, rather than merely showing her ceremonial support by declining Chick-fil-A’s offer. Explains Slick, “I am donating every dime that I make from that ad to Lambda Legal, the largest national legal organization working to advance the civil rights of LGBTQ people, and everyone living with HIV. Admittedly, it’s not the millions that WinShape has given to organizations that define marriage as heterosexual. But instead of them replacing my song with someone else’s and losing this opportunity to strike back at anti-LGBTQ forces, I decided to spend the cash in direct opposition to ‘Check’-fil-A’s causes – and to make a public example of them, too. We’re going to take some of their money, and pay it back.”You can read Grace Slick’s full op-ed on the Forbes blog here.last_img read more

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Rural schools, researchers tackle nagging problems

first_imgHarvard researchers were pleased when a pilot program, done in collaboration with school officials in Syracuse, reduced student absenteeism in early grades by 15 percent. Now the researchers are looking to help rural schools devise their own answers to serious problems, aided by the kind of methods and tools used in Syracuse, ones not typically available to smaller communities.Harvard researchers who are taking part in the newly created National Center for Rural Education Research Networks (NCRERN) will team up with 50 rural school districts, 30 in New York and another 20 in Ohio, in an effort to reduce chronic absenteeism and improve college readiness.It’s an important mission, said Thomas Kane, the Walter H. Gale Professor of Education and Economics at the Graduate School of Education who leads the center, along with Douglas Staiger of Dartmouth College and Christopher Avery of Harvard Kennedy School. Due to their small sizes, rural school districts have often been overlooked, said Kane, despite the fact that 20 percent of elementary and high school students across the country attend them. Rural students often face greater challenges than those in urban schools, ranging from lack of resources to teacher shortages to limited early education programs.“Over the past 20 years we’ve learned a lot about teachers’ roles, improvements in test scores, but almost all of that has been in urban school districts,” said Kane. “We’ve learned relatively little about the answers to those questions in a rural context. And on certain kinds of questions, we can expect that the answers might be different. For example, transportation can be a much bigger driver of student absenteeism in a rural setting.”Hosted by the Center for Education Policy Research (CEPR), the rural center was launched in January with a $10 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education. Researchers have spent the past six months recruiting school districts to participate in the program, signing data-use agreements, and laying the groundwork to establish partnerships in which school districts determine the areas where they need help, and researchers work with them to suggest improved practices.“It’s a different kind of collaboration, “said Kane. “Usually, I or my colleagues would be going into a school district and saying, ‘Hey, do you want to participate in a trial?’ That’s valuable work, but that’s not what we’re doing. We’re trying to put the tools of social science to work for the schools and help them test their hypotheses….”Through their Proving Ground initiative, Harvard academics have been working with urban and suburban school districts across the country to help them identify challenges, analyze data, and test solutions. The pilot program in Syracuse found that many parents were unaware of the material their children were missing when absent. After teachers started sending postcards to parents noting the specific lessons their children were missing, school absences declined.High rates of absenteeism can be a problem in rural schools as well as urban ones. According to the latest report by the U.S. Department of Education, more than 7 million students missed 15 or more days of school in 2015‒16. The report said students who are chronically absent are at risk of falling behind, and it called chronic absenteeism a hidden educational crisis. So some rural districts might be able to use a modified version of the Syracuse pilot, depending on specific circumstances.This and other evidence-based practices will help build a model for rural schools, along with their own input. For the first five years, the program will be based in New York and Ohio, and later will expand to Nevada, Iowa, and Wyoming.Rural school officials were eager to participate, said Rachel Urso, Proving Ground project coordinator. “They were all really excited because research like this doesn’t necessarily focus on rural populations,” Urso said. “One superintendent said they have a lot of students who are at risk of falling behind, and that dropout rates and chronic absenteeism are big problems.”For both Kane and Jennifer Ash, director of the new center, the work to keep rural students from falling behind is important for personal reasons. Ash said the job allows her to address some of the challenges she saw while growing up in Arkansas. “This job is kind of the perfect intersection of my background and experience in a largely rural state and my training as a quantitative researcher,” she said.Kane, who grew up in Winston-Salem, N.C.,  graduated from high school in 1979, a year when experts said the gap in earnings between high school graduates and college graduates began to widen.“My class was the last high school class before the labor market changed,” said Kane. “But the outrageous thing is that it’s 40 years later, and we know what happened, and yet our schools haven’t responded. What I’m working on is trying to identify ways so that we stop failing such a huge proportion of youth who are not prepared for this labor market.”Kane said there is excitement among the school officials and among the researchers who will tackle one of the most significant challenges faced by rural schools, he said.“A few weeks ago, I met with school district officials from New York, and I left that meeting feeling optimistic,” said Kane. “While rural schools may not have had as much help with data analysis in the past, they’re less bound by bureaucracy than the urban schools. We may be able to move even faster than the urban schools once we get going.”last_img read more

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A Raisin in the Sun, Starring Denzel Washington, Begins Performances

first_img Lorraine Hansberry’s classic American drama takes place in the late ‘50s in a south side Chicago apartment, chronicling the lives of the members of an African-American family. Matriarch Lena (Jackson) plans to buy a home in an all-white neighborhood when she receives a hefty insurance check. Her son Walter (Washington) dreams of buying a liquor store and being his own man, and her daughter Beneatha (Rose) dreams of attending medical school. The tensions and prejudice they face create the drama in this beloved play. Joining Washington in the cast are LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Oscar nominee Sophie Okonedo, Tony winner Anika Noni Rose, Tony nominee Stephen McKinley Henderson, David Cromer, Jason Dirden, Sean Patrick Thomas and Bryce Clyde Jenkins. One of the biggest shows of the season is set to start previews March 8. Two-time Oscar and Tony winner Denzel Washington begins performances in the Broadway revival of Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun. Directed by Kenny Leon, the show will play a limited engagement through June 15, with opening night set for April 3. Related Shows View Commentscenter_img A Raisin in the Sun The play premiered on Broadway on March 11, 1959, and earned four Tony Award nominations including Best Play as well as acting nods for stars Sidney Poitier and Claudia McNeil. A 2004 revival, also directed by Leon, won Tonys for Phylicia Rashad and Audra McDonald. Show Closed This production ended its run on June 15, 2014last_img read more

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13 MS-13 Gang Members Charged In Brentwood Teens’ Murders & Other Slayings

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Thirteen MS-13 gang members were charged Thursday for committing more than a half dozen murders, including the 2016 slayings of three Brentwood teenagers, authorities said.The brutal deaths of 15-year-old Nisa Mickens and 16-year-old Kayla Cuevas last September sent shockwaves across the community and prompted pledges from law enforcement that the killers would be brought to justice.Five months later, they were, authorities said.The 13 suspected gang members include 10 who are undocumented, a green card holder, and a pair of U.S. citizens, authorities said.Charged in their alleged roles in the murders of Mickens and Cuevas were Selvin Chavez, Enrique Portillo, both 19 and from Brentwood, and two juveniles who were not identified.The foursome were riding in a car on Sept. 13 and looking for rival gang members when they came upon the two girls, authorities said. They dialed the leaders of their MS-13 clique, brothers Alexi and Jairo Saenz, who allegedly endorsed the slayings. Cuevas ran for her life but was bludgeoned and stabbed after her attackers caught up to her inside a fenced-in backyard. The Saenz brothers were also charged.“Kayla Cuevas was marked for death because she had feuded at school and over social media with various members of MS-13,” Robert Capers, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, said at a press conference at federal court in Central Islip on Thursday. “And Nisa Mickens was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time.”Mickens’ lifeless body was “almost unrecognizable” when it was discovered, Capers said.The gang’s dispute was with Cuevas, who was involved in a series of feuds with MS-13 members months prior as well as another altercation at Brentwood High School that escalated the vendetta, authorities said.What rational adults may consider innocuous bickering, MS-13 gang members interpreted as death sentences, with their enforcers serving as executioners, authorities said.“Gangs viciously defend their territories and ideals, allowing themselves to engage in acts of violence against rivals, outsiders and non-members,” said William F. Sweeney, FBI assistant director-in-charge. “They retaliate against anyone who dares to close in on their territory—a territory that is often imagined and self-defined.”The spate of murders last year also claimed 18-year-old Jose Pena-Hernandez, an MS-13 gang member who authorities said was killed because he was suspected of being an informant and violating supposed gang rules.Pena, who also attended Brentwood High School, was lured into a car and driven to the abandoned Pilgrim Psychiatric Center in June, one of the gang’s hangouts. Gang members from the group’s Freeport affiliate took turns stabbing and slashing Pena with a machete. His battered body was left in a wooded area to decompose. Pena’s skeletal remains were found in October. He was reported missing on June 13; by then he was already dead.Capers declined to say whether Pena was cooperating with law enforcement, but noted that local gang members clearly believed he was. Among those charged in Pena’s death were 18-year-old German Cruz of Brentwood and 24-year-old Reynaldo Lopez-Alvarado.Capers said the investigation is ongoing.Suffolk County Police Commissioner Tim Sini, in perhaps the most high-profile case since he was named to the position, said justice, as promised, had been served.“The day Nisa Mickens and Kayla Cuevas were heinously murdered, the Suffolk County Police Department made a commitment to their families and to the residents of Brentwood that justice would be served,” Sini said. “Today, in collaboration with the FBI and the United States Attorney’s Office, we have deliver on that promise.”The murder charges were part of a 41-count superseding indictment unsealed Thursday. The other charges include racketeering, attempted murders, assaults, obstruction of justice and more.The sweeping indictment covers seven murders from 2013 through 2016, including the slayings of Pena, Cuevas and Mickens, all Brentwood High School students. Thursday’s indictment replaces one filed last year that covered four murders, all of which are included in the new document. Three suspects covered under the original indictment have previously appeared in court and were ordered detained, pending trial.Murder charges included in the new charging document date back to the 2013 slayings of Derrick Mayes and Keenan Russell, and the murders of Jose Lainez-Murcia and Jonathan Cardona-Hernandez, in 2014 and 2015, respectively.Five suspects were arrested Thursday morning and were scheduled to be arraigned in the afternoon. Two have yet to be detained, but their identities were not released.The investigation was carried out by the Long Island Gang Task Force, which encompasses federal authorities and local and state agencies, including Nassau and Suffolk police.Capers declined on Thursday to elaborate on investigative tools that led police to track down those responsible for the slayings in five months time. But a detention letter submitted to the court noted that the government’s evidence includes testimony of eyewitnesses and surviving witnesses and testimony from former MS-13 members who have pleaded guilty to various crimes. Evidence gleaned from those witnesses has “provided a wealth of information regarding the defendants’ participation in the charged offenses and other violent crimes on behalf of MS-13,” states the detention letter in which prosecutors also argue that the suspects be denied bail.The unit has been pursuing MS-13 associates for years and has brought charges against dozens of alleged gang members, including 35 murder indictments since 2010. MS-13 is regarded as the most dangerous street gang on LI, with roots in El Salvador and Honduras.Capers said he hopes the arrests convince Long Islanders that law enforcement is up to the task of combating gang violence.“It’s our sincere hope that these arrests will send a message to all the communities on Long Island, many of which are populated by hard working and law-abiding people from all walks of life, that we in law enforcement stand by you and will continue to protect and serve you and do the best that we can,” he said.Related: 6th Brentwood Gang Violence Victim Found Dead in 5 Weekslast_img read more

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Teacher organization pushes for statewide policy for school reopenings

first_img“Any time we can create a statewide standard and then we can hold people to it, that is going to be better for our students, for our staff and for our community,” Herringshaw said. The board member does not believe that a teacher strike is on the cards, and said the focus of many educators he’s talked to is one of a healthy return to the classroom. Joseph Herringshaw is a member of NYSUT’s board of directors, and said the goal this fall is safety for all. The organization is demanding New York State put in place a statewide 14-day closure of a building, and a move to remote learning if a student or staff members tests positive for the virus this fall. Additionally, Herringshaw serves as the president of the Vestal Teachers Association, and said locally, superintendents and districts are working hard to put manageable and adjustable plans forward to create a safe reopening of the educational year. But Herringshaw emphasizing that with state policy, safety and health of those at school can be helped out.center_img “I think we’ve seen a collaborative approach to the process,” he said. “This isn’t just a teacher issue or a NYSUT issue, this is a community issue,” he said. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — As of Thursday, a decision about the fate of schools this fall has yet to be made, but now, New York State United Teachers is calling for a statewide policy to be put in place. Herringshaw believes this uniform safety guideline can help give everyone an equal chance to be healthy and safe.last_img read more

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Komodo National Park welcomes new dragon hatchlings

first_imgHe said there were at least 49 such nests from the total 74 nests on the island.Read also: Tourism will take at least a year to recover from COVID-19 outbreak: EconomistsEast Nusa Tenggara authorities closed down Komodo National Park in March because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The park management stated in a circular issued on March 18 that the park would remain closed until May 19.”The restriction is to protect our employees and people living inside the Komodo National Park area from the virus,” Lukita said, adding that the closure would also give the natural environment at the park time to recover from the effects of tourism.West Manggarai Tourism Agency data show that 184,206 people visited the park in 2019, a significant increase from 163,807 visitors in the previous year. Most of them hailed from Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain and Australia, among other countries.The coronavirus outbreak, however, has since hit the tourism sector hard with tourists canceling their trips to major destinations, including Komodo National Park. (vny) Komodo National Park in West Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara, welcomed Komodo dragon hatchlings between February and April, when the hatching season of the world’s largest lizard occurs.The park management said it observed the eggs of seven Komodo dragons hatch at four active nests spread across Loh Buaya, the reptiles’ main habitat on Rinca Island.”We cannot identify the exact number of the newly born Komodo dragons as we do not monitor all of the active nests,” park management head Lukita Awang Nisyantara said on Tuesday. Topics :last_img read more

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Zinedine Zidane hints Dani Ceballos’ long-term future remains at Real Madrid despite Arsenal move

first_imgAdvertisement Comment Ceballos has signed a one-year loan deal (Picture: Getty)Reports in Spain have claimed Ceballos fell out with Zidane but the Frenchman has denied the rumours and hinted that the midfielder will return next season as he’s an ‘important’ member of the squad.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘No, it’s not that I didn’t get on with Ceballos,’ said Zidane.‘I think Dani needed to play a lot because he’s an important player.‘It’s true that at Madrid he has not had enough minutes, it’s just about that. There are a lot of players here, a lot of competition. I wish him to play many games and do well.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalCeballos trained with his new team-mates for the first time on Friday.Matteo Guendouzi returned to training after overcoming a small injury.Arsenal take on Lyon, Angers and Barcelona in the next fortnight before opening their Premier League season with an away clash against Newcatle United.MORE: Eden Hazard rates his Chelsea successor Christian Pulisic Metro Sport ReporterFriday 26 Jul 2019 8:14 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.7kShares Dani Ceballos completed a move to Arsenal on Thursday (Picture: Getty)Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has opened the door to Dani Ceballos returning to the club next summer following his move to Arsenal on loan.The Spaniard signed a one-year deal with the Gunners this week but the deal does not include an option to buy.The 22-year-old is one of the most highly-rated midfielders in Europe and is valued at around £45m by Madrid, who preferred to loan Ceballos instead of selling him this summer.Madrid refused to include an option to buy in the deal but the Gunners are likely to push for a permanent transfer should the midfielder impress in north London.ADVERTISEMENT Zinedine Zidane hints Dani Ceballos’ long-term future remains at Real Madrid despite Arsenal move Advertisementlast_img read more

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La Liga: Barcelona suffer title blow in Atletico Madrid draw

first_imgBarcelona’s fading La Liga title hopes have suffered a real setback, with a dramatic penalty-filled 2-2 draw at home to Atletico Madrid.Advertisement Quique Setien’s side will end the week four points behind rivals Real Madrid, if Zinedine Zidane’s team beat Getafe on Thursday.La Blaugrana were handed a fortunate opener on 11 minutes, as Lionel Messi’s corner was flicked on by Sergio Busquets, with the loose ball diverted into his own net by Diego Costa.The visitors responded immediately, as Yannick Carrasco was brought down for a penalty on 14 minutes, but Marc Ter Stegen saved Costa’s effort. Promoted Content6 Best Natural History Museums In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth9 Movie Scenes That Got Re-Shot And Saved The Whole MovieWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts7 Train Stations In The World You Wish To Stay At LongerCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them Read Also: Video: Messi pulls off genius assist from free-kick against Celta VigoBut, the penalty theme continued in the final half hour, as Carrasco was fouled by Semedo, on 62 minutes, with Niguez burying his second spot kick of the night.The defending La Liga champions now face an uphill battle to keep pace with Real Madrid, with a crucial trip to Villarreal this weekend.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading… However, the referee ordered a retake, and booked the German international for coming off his line too early before making the stop.Saul Niguez took over penalty responsibilities from Costa, and calmly drew Diego Simeone’s side level on 19 minutes.Messi reestablished Barcelona’s lead five minutes after the break, clipping home another penalty, for his 700th career goal, after Nelson Semedo was caught by Felipe Monteiro.last_img read more

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IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National Point Standings Through June 11

first_imgIMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds – 1. Keith White, Little River Academy, Texas, 1,094; 2. Glen Hibbard, Euless, Texas, 1,012; 3. Dean Abbey, Waco, Texas, 993; 4. Ryan Roath, Phoenix, Ariz., 987; 5. Ronnie Welborn, Princeton, Texas, 977; 6. Chris Abelson, Sioux City, Iowa, 962; 7. William Gould, Calera, Okla., 954; 8. Tim Ward, Gilbert, Ariz., 933; 9. Kyle Wilson, Monterey, Ca­lif., 925; 10. Alexander Wilson, Salinas, Calif., 910; 11. Jesse Sobbing, Glenwood, Iowa, 906; 12. Ben Ketteman, Pflugerville, Texas, 867; 13. Mike Jergens, Plover, Iowa, 862; 14. Brian Schultz, Casa Grande, Ariz., 854; 15. Zane DeVilbiss, Farmington, N.M., 850; 16. Joe Spillman, Marble Falls, Texas, 832; 17. Ronn Lauritzen, Jesup, Iowa, and Tommy Fain, Abilene, Texas, both 826; 19. Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 796; 20. Clay Sellard, Ellis, Kan., 795. IMCA Late Models – 1. Todd Cooney, Des Moines, Iowa, 734; 2. Curt Schroeder, Ames, Iowa, 595; 3. Curtis Glover, Des Moines, Iowa, 566; 4. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown, Iowa, 533; 5. Jason Hahne, Webster City, Iowa, 515; 6. Ryan Griffith, Webster City, Iowa, 485; 7. Justin L. Kay, Wheatland, Iowa, 453; 8. Nick Marolf, Moscow, Iowa, 447; 9. Todd Malmstrom, Silvis, Ill., and Jeremy Grady, Story City, Iowa, both 382; 11. Craig Jacobs, Urbandale, Iowa, 361; 12. Jerry King, Waterloo, Iowa, 358; 13. Ben Nading, Ankeny, Iowa, and Colby Springsteen, Wapello, Iowa, both 357; 15. John Emerson, Waterloo, Iowa, 355; 16. Joel Callahan, Dubuque, Iowa, 323; 17. Ray Guss Jr., Milan, Ill., 310; 18. Matt Ryan, Davenport, Iowa, 309; 19. Nate Beuseling, Silvis, Ill., and Ronald Klein, Sherrill, Iowa, both 302.IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Cars – 1. Jeb Sessums, Burleson, Texas, 701; 2. Chase Brewer, Springtown, Texas, 692; 3. Kyle Jones, Kennedale, Texas, 672; 4. Dustin Woods, Forney, Texas, 612; 5. Marcus Thomas, Corsicana, Texas, 571; 6. Mark Klis, Waxahachie, Texas, 467; 7. John Ricketts, Burleson, Texas, 455; 8. George White, Fort Worth, Texas, 444; 9. Tony Dowd, Mansfield, Texas, 441; 10. Chad Wilson, North Richland Hills, Texas, 418; 11. Justin Fifield, Mesquite, Texas, 409; 12. Clint Benson, Papillion, Neb., 404; 13. Ryan Hall, Midlothian, Texas, 372; 14. Logan Scherb, Paradise, Texas, 364; 15. D.J. Estes Jr., Mansfield, Texas, 346; 16. Herbert R. Wood, Kennedale, Texas, 318; 17. Colby Estes, Mansfield, Texas, 316; 18. Lindell Jen­kins Jr., Greenville, Texas, 283; 19. Tyler Russell, Abbott, Texas, 266; 20. Matt Moro, Polk City, Iowa, 262. IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars – 1. Matt Guillaume, Haslet, Texas, 1,043; 2. Kirk Martin, Weather­ford, Texas, 987; 3. Derek Green, Granada, Minn., 935; 4. Colby Deming, Hobbs, N.M., 914; 5. Michael W. Nichols, Harlan, Iowa, 912; 6. Dennis Bissonnette, Stephenville, Texas, 904; 7. Brian Blessington, Breda, Iowa, 861; 8. Jay Schmidt Jr., Tama, Iowa, 859; 9. Donavon Smith, Lake City, Iowa, 850; 10. Jason Batt, Harker Heights, Texas, 834; 11. James Lynch, Donnellson, Iowa, 785; 12. Michael Sheen, Lamesa, Texas, 775; 13. Damon Murty, Chelsea, Iowa, 761; 14. Kevin Opheim, Mason City, Iowa, 758; 15. Gabe Tucker, Carbon, Texas, 756; 16. Nick Tubbs, Colby, Kan., 755; 17. Devin Smith, Lake City, Iowa, 754; 18. Colin Deming, Hobbs, N.M., 732; 19. Kyle Clough, Wallace, Neb., 710; 20. Jeff Bauser, Belton, Texas, 695. IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks – 1. April Phillips, Abilene, Texas, 1,060; 2. Eric Stanton, Carlisle, Iowa, 988; 3. Brandon Nielsen, Spencer, Iowa, 970; 4. Shannon Anderson, Des Moines, Iowa, 880; 5. Adam Armstrong, Beatrice, Neb., 832; 6. Cody Nielsen, Fort Dodge, Iowa, 816; 7. Jerrad Steele, Andrews, Texas, 814; 8. Andrew Sebastian, Minot, N.D., 783; 9. Justin Lathram, Hobbs, N.M., 767; 10. Brock Beeter, Minot, N.D., and Jeremy Oliver, Chilton, Texas, both 743; 12. Colton Pfeifer, Stockton, Kan., 742; 13. John Watson, Des Moines, Iowa, 712; 14. Justin Nehring, Storm Lake, Iowa, 698; 15. Jamie Songer, Ankeny, Iowa, 693; 16. Aaron R. Shearn, Sioux City, Iowa, 687; 17. Tiffany Bittner, Norfolk, Neb., 684; 18. Lee Riley, Lubbock, Texas, 676; 19. Westin Ab­bey, Comanche, Texas, 659; 20. Colby Langenberg, Norfolk, Neb., 637. Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods – 1. Nick Spainhoward, Bakersfield, Calif., 1,114; 2. Ben Kates, Tonganoxie, Kan., 1,088; 3. Rick Diaz, Los Banos, Calif., 1,062; 4. Ethan Dotson, Bakers­field, Calif., 971; 5. Clay Money, Penokee, Kan., 929; 6. Daniel Gottschalk, Ellis, Kan., 927; 7. Carter VanDenBerg, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 877; 8. Brett Lowry, Montezuma, Iowa, 873; 9. Wayne Dot­son, Bakersfield, Calif., 846; 10. Tyler Frye, Belleville, Kan., 808; 11. Nick Meyer, Whittemore, Iowa, 790; 12. Colby Heishman, Brooklyn, Iowa, 776; 13. Jenae Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa, 751; 14. Doug Smith, Lanesboro, Iowa, 719; 15. Tony Dunker. Quincy, Ill., 717; 16. Brandon Clough, Wallace, Neb., 705; 17. Joey Gower, Quincy, Ill., 704; 18. Clinton Luellen, Minburn, Iowa, 690; 19. Sam Wieben, Dysart, Iowa, 658; 20. Matthew Looft, Swea City, Iowa, 651. Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMods – 1. Jake Upchurch, Grand Prairie. Texas, 1,033; 2. Chad Hertel, Abilene, Texas, 1,020; 3. Cory Williams, Slaton, Texas, 1,013; 4. Allen Mont­gomery, Fort Worth, Texas, 975; 5. Justin Long, Haslet, Texas, 971; 6. John Freeman, Runa­way Bay, Texas, 802; 7. Jon White Jr., Red Oak, Texas, 753; 8. Gabe Tucker, Carbon, Texas, 749; 9. Cody Shoemaker, Paradise, Texas, 734; 10. Kevin Green, Robinson, Texas, and Brad Shirley, Springtown, Texas, both 681; 12. Robert Scrivner, Woodway, Texas, 679; 13. Mi­chael Newhard, Greenville, Texas, 675; 14. Jarrett Roberts, Temple, Texas, 673; 15. Jeffrey Ab­bey, Comanche, Texas, 666; 16. James Holder, China Spring, Texas, 649; 17. Garett Rawls, China Spring, Texas, 647; 18. Gene Burnett, Leander, Texas, 641; 19. Justin Shaw, Sweetwater, Texas, 639; 20. Wesley McNorton, Bowie, Texas, 624. Mach-1 Sport Compacts – 1. Nate Coopman, Mankato, Minn., 1,003; 2. Cody Thompson, Sioux City, Iowa, 978; 3. Tyler Thompson, Sioux City, Iowa, 961; 4. Bill Whalen Jr., Riverside, Iowa, 877; 5. Ramsey Meyer, Pierce, Neb., 868; 6. Jacob Kofoot, Bode, Iowa, 794; 7. Megan Lappegard, Spencer, Iowa, 751; 8. Ryan Bryant, Mason City, Iowa, 749; 9. Jay DeVries, Spencer, Iowa, and Kaitlyn DeVries, Spencer, Iowa, both 697; 11. Shannon Pospisil, Norfolk, Neb., 624; 12. Austen Becerra, Carthage, Ill., 620; 13. Brooke Fluckiger, Columbus, Neb., 556; 14. Caine Mahlberg, Dunlap, Iowa, 546; 15. Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, Ill., 537; 16. Kiowa Higdon, Hays, Kan., 524; 17. Art Herzog, Hays, Kan., 517; 18. John Whalen, Ainsworth, Iowa, 509; 19. Kirk Pfannen­stiel, Hays, Kan., 507; 20. Lance Mielke, Norfolk, Neb., 505.West Coast Super Stocks – 1. Steve Nash, Pahrump, Nev., 233; 2. Lonnie Welch, Bakersfield, Calif., 225; 3. Tim Randolph, Santa Maria, Calif., 217; 4. Billy Simkins, Bakersfield, Calif., 208; 5. Brady Bell, Bakersfield, Calif., 182; 6. Clay Daly, Watsonville, Calif., 154; 7. Chad Weber, Santa Maria, Calif., 148; 8. Johnny Bedingfield, Bakersfield, Calif., 135; 9. Wayne Coffman, Bodfish, Calif., 129; 10. George Bradburry, Pahrump, Nev., 125; 11. James C. Wulfenstein, Pahrump, Nev., 105; 12. Dustin Chastain, Tonopah, Nev., 99; 13. Jon Blackford, Nipomo, Calif., 94; 14. Wil­liam A. Stevens, Bakersfield, Calif., 66; 15. Jim McCoy, Pahrump, Nev., 64; 16. Mike Corwin, Bakers­field, Calif., and Donald W. Riley, Pahrump, Nev., both 63; 18. Toby Randolph, Nipomo, Calif., 36; 19. Eric Shenberger, Pahrump, Nev., 34; 20. Dale Daffern, Las Vegas, Nev., 33.last_img read more

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