Ames wins feature in Miller

PHOTOS BY ALLEN BECKER/CORNER 4 PHOTOGRAPHY Above: Jayden Bogh of Huron leads Matt Goth of Huron during their WISSOTA street stock heat race on Saturday at Miller Central Speedway. Below: Andy Brooker of Tulare (8) battles Cody Songer of Wolsey (9x) during their pure stock feature race Saturday at Miller Central Speedway.

It was a warm night at the Miller Central Speedway, with the evening sponsored by Nelson’s HB Seeds.

There was a good crown and seventy-two cars in the pits.

The Pump N Pak pure stocks rolled out first with a big wreck in turns one and two on the first lap. Bruce Scott limped to the pits with a broken tie rod while everybody else restarted. Camden Rassel was tagged with the yellow and had to restart in the rear. Andy Brooker led the first lap before Mike Hammill took command and won going away over Craig Hoffer, Curtis Johnson, Cody Songer and Wyatt Brooker. It was Hammill’s 12th feature win in the class and first since July 27, 2019.

The WISSOTA street stocks put on the race of the night with front row starters Michael Bogh and Broc Stout banging wheels in the first turn. Bogh ended up with a flat tire while Stout had a flat on the caution flag for Bogh. Stout lost fuel pressure in turn four and had to be pushed in, done for the night. Jodie Michaelsohn led the first two laps before Maria Broksieck took command.

Broksieck led three laps before going wide with Matt Goth now taking the lead. James Hoing moved into third with he and Broksieck swapping second place several times. On the last lap Hoing got the bite on the outside and pass Goth for the win. Broksieck, Lane Johnson and Michaelsohn rounded out the top five. It was Hoing’s ninth feature win, moving him into sixth place on the list.

In the WISSOTA super stocks, last year’s champion Austin Arbogast led the first two laps before the this year’s top dog in the class Trevor Nelson took over and ran away with Robin Schmitt, Arbogast, Matt Johnson and Dale Tomes rounding out the top five. It was Nelson’s 20th feature win at the Speedway.

The WISSOTA Midwest modifieds rolled out 21 strong with Jayme Peterson led the first six laps with Lorin Johnson breathing down his neck until taking the lead and running off to his 82nd win at his home town and first since July 27, 2019. Peterson was second folllowed by Mike Nichols, Scott Hansen and Tommy Nichols.

The WISSOTA modifieds went flag to flag with Dale Ames outrunning Mike Stearns, Kelly Duffy, Dave Brooker and James Hanley. It was Ames’ seventh win at the Miller Central Speedway, putting him fifth on the win list.

The WISSOTA late models capped off the night with last year’s champion Dustin Arthur fending off Josh Skorczewski for 13 laps before Skorczewski took the lead and won over Cole Searing, Arthur, Chad Becker and David McDonald. It was Skorczewski’s 13th feature win at Miller.

Next week will be the first appearance of the Tri-State Late Models. Due to this, the WISSOTA Modifieds will have the night off. Starting time is 7 p.m.

Miller Central Speedway
June 11 results

WISSOTA Late Model
Main: 1. Josh Skorczewski, Aberdeen 2. Cole Searing, Huron 3. Dustin Arthur, St. Lawrence 4. Chad Becker, Aberdeen 5. David McDonald, Huron 6. David Carlson, Huron DNF: Rich Thomas, Aberdeen
Heat: Becker, Searing, Skorczewski, Arthur, McDonald, Carlson, Thomas

WISSOTA Modified
Main: 1. Dale Ames, Huron 2. Mike Stearns, Aberdeen 3. Kelly Duffy, Winner 4. Dave Brooker, Tulare 5. James Hanley, Cresbard
Heat: Ames, Stearns, Duffy, Brooker, Hanley

WISSOTA Super Stock
Main: 1. Trevor Nelson, Warner 2. Nathan Grehl, Hitchcock 3. Austin Arbogast, Huron 4. Matt Johnson, Aberdeen 5. Dale Tomes, Dell Rapids 6. Dominique Menzia, Aberdeen 7. Robin Schmidtt, Redfield 8. Dave Duff, Redfield 9. Doug Van Liere, Madison 10. Andrew Zastrow, Gann Valley DNF: Brad Kopecky, Miller
Heat 1: Nelson, Kopecky, Grehl, Arbogast, Tomes, Menzia
Heat 2: Johnson, Schmitt, Van Liere, Duff, Zastrow

WISSOTA Midwest Modified
Main: 1. Lorin Johnson, Miller 2. Jaymie Peterson, Highmore 3. Mike Nichols, Watertown 4. Scott Hansen, Garden City 5. Tommy Nichols, Watertown 6. Dawson Zabel, Selby 7. Adam Brotherton, Huron 8. Jordan Kienow, Miller 9. Lane Johnson, Miller 10. Connor Blumhardt, Bath 11. Britt Williams, Fort Pierre 12. Blake Meyer, Huron 13. Jake Wranek, Winnter 14. James Reiner, Wessington Springs 15. Chad Kopfmann, Alpena 16. Damon Hoftiezer, Fort Pierre 17. Paden Scott, Pierre 18. Jake Richardson, Gann Valley 19. Brandon Hoftiezer, Fort Pierre DNF: Jeff Rawstern, Blunt; Tony Terrill, Clark
Heat 1: M. Nichols, T. Nichols, Kienow, Williams, Scott, Terrill, Richardson
Heat 2: Lo. Johnson, Hansen, Meyer, Reiner, Kopfmann, Blumhardt, Rawstern
Heat 3: Zabel, La. Johnson, Peterson, Brotherton, Wranek, D. Hoftiezer, B. Hoftiezer

WISSOTA Street Stock
Main: 1. James Hoing, Kimball 2. Matt Goth, Huron 3. Maria Broksieck, Goodwin 4. Lane Johnson, Miller 5. Jodie Michaelsohn, Aberdeen 6. Kyle Bertram, Dallas 7. Jayden Bogh, Huron 8. Michael Bogh, Huron 9. Kenny Clements, Madison 10. Ferlin Sheridan, Aberdeen 11. Travis Oxandaburu, Huron 12. Brandon Hammill, Miller 13. Jaida Sanderson, Aberdeen 14. Jace Baloun, Highmore 15. Wesley Wulf, Gann Valley DNF: Broc Stout, Winner DNS: Jordan Rawstern, Blunt
Heat 1: Stout, M. Bogh, Goth, J. Bogh, Hoing, Clements, Rawstern, Baloun, Bertram
Heat 2: Johnson, Broksieck, Michaelsohn, Sheridan, Hammill, Oxandaburu, Sanderson, Wulf

Pump N Pak Pure Stock
Main: 1. Mike Hammill, Miller 2. Craig Hoffer, Winner 3. Curtis Johnson, Miller 4. Cody Songer, Wolsey 5. Wyatt Brooker, Tulare 6. Andy Brooker, Tulare 7. Camden Rassel, Woonsocket 8. Mitch Scott, Fort Pierre DNF: Shawn Laskarewski, St. Lawrence; Bruce Scott, Pierre DNS: Sam Springer, Pierre
Heat 1: Hoffer, Laskarewski, A. Brooker, W. Brooker, M. Scott
Heat 2: Hammill, Johnson, B. Scott, Rassel, Songer, Springer


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