Starmer storms to Crist Memorial checkers

first_imgTwenty-nine cars checked in to battle for the $1,562 to win race. With 26 laps on the board, Joe Crist’s number 62 reversed, the field rolled into turn one with pole-sitter Starmer in the lead. With constant two and three-wide racing behind him, Starmer immediately found the high line to be the fast way around. Chad Clancy quickly moved into the second position and began to look for a way around Starmer. Behind Clancy, Doug Keller and J.J. Baumli began their moves through the field as well. Tenth starting Jay Russell was the photo finish winner ahead of Kenny Potter in the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car main event and Steve Clancy collected the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod checkers.  However, for the entire second half of the event, the battle raged between Starmer and Clancy. As laps wound down, Clancy made several attempts on the low side to get to the inside of Starmer, but never could find enough speed. Leading all 26 laps, Starmer became the fourth winner of the Joe Crist Memorial in as many years, making the trip to Westfall GMC Victory Lane. OSBORN, Mo. (July 24) – The fourth annual Joe Crist Memorial boasted the toughest field of IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars U.S. 36 Raceway has seen this season, and Steve Starmer proved to be the fastest of them Friday night.  By Jacob Blair  Clancy, Keller and defending winner Baumli finished second, third and fourth, respectively. Brad Derry held off Derrick Brown to complete the top five. The hard charger award went to Danny Holt who finished eighth after starting 21st.  Steve Starmer led all 26 times around the track in earning the $1,562 checkers at U.S. 36 Raceway’s Joe Crist Memorial for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars. (Photo by Judy Staley) Feature results – 1. Steve Starmer; 2. Chad Clancy; 3. Doug Keller; 4. J.J. Baumli; 5. Brad Derry; 6. Derrick Brown; 7. Blake Peeler; 8. Danny Holt; 9. Jason Estes; 10. Tim Eaton; 11. Brian Labonte; 12. Matt Smith; 13. Josh Steele; 14. Anthony Robertson; 15. Connor Masoner; 16. Dale Eaton; 17. Thomas Roberts; 18. Randy Smith Jr.; 19. Luke Ramsey; 20. Brad Whitney; 21. Carson Masoner; 22. Ramon Ortega; 23. Brad Labonte; 24. Jon Boller Jr.last_img read more

Fort St. John Huskies home tonight for game three of semi-finals

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Huskies are home tonight as they take on the North Peace Navigators for game three of the semi-finals.It was a bit of a rough start to the series on Friday as the Huskies were host to the Navigators in game one of the series.By the end of the third, the score was tied at three apiece as they headed into 20 minutes overtime.- Advertisement -The teams went the distance, but the Navs finally scored to win the game 4-3 over the Pups.Then on Saturday, the Huskies travelled to Peace River for game two of the semi-finals.Both teams failed to find the back of the net until the third period.Advertisement In the end, the Huskies would win game two, 2-1 over the Navigators.The series is currently tied at one game apiece.The teams return to Fort St. John tonight, March 4, for game three of the semi-finals. Puck drop is 8:00 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.Here is the semi-finals schedule:Advertisement Game 1 Friday, March 1, 8 p.m. in FSJGame 2 Saturday, March 2, 8 p.m. in Peace RiverGame 3 Monday, March 4, 8 p.m. in FSJGame 4 Wednesday, March 6, 8 p.m. in Peace River*Game 5 Friday, March 8, 8 p.m. in FSJ*Game 6 Saturday, March 9, 8 p.m. in Peace River*Game 7 TBD in FSJlast_img read more