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Oswego Speedway Quick Results Aug. 31, 2012

Oswego, NY – Bud Select 55 First Round Friday

Supermodified First Round Time Trials, 602 Crate Sportsman Classic 30, SBS Classic Qualifying Heats

602 Crate Dirt Sportsman

Jeremy Pitcher pocketed $1,500 by winning the Sportsman Classic on Friday night at Oswego Speedway (Bill Taylor Photo)

Jeremy Pitcher pocketed $1,500 by winning the Sportsman Classic on Friday night at Oswego Speedway (Bill Taylor Photo)

Feature (30-laps): 1. 14-Jeremy Pitcher, 2.85-Rob Humphreys, 3. 93p-Matt Parkhurst, 4. 44c-Geoff Garner, 5. 8A-Dana Aikins, 6. 20-Sean McCarthy, 7. M1-Dave Marcuccilli, 8. 9-Jim Introne, 9. 59-Greg Kimball, 10. 15d-Kyle DeMetro, 11. 16-Earl Rudy, 12. 21-Justin Henderson, 13. 07-Tony Steiner, 14. 954 – Justin Thompson DNS

1st Heat (8laps): 1. 59 – Greg Kimball, 2. 16 – Earl Rudy, 3. 44c – Geoff Carner, 4. M1 – Dave Marcuccilli, 5. 93p – Matt Parkhurst, 6. 21 – Justin Henderson, 7. 20 – Sean McCarthy

2nd Heat (8laps):  1. 07 – Tony Steiner, 2. 85 – Rob Humphries, 3. 14 – Jeremy Pitcher, 4. 8a – Dana Aikins, 5. 9 – Jim Introne, 6. 15d – Kyle DeMetro, 7. 954 – Justin Thompson

Bud Light SBS Classic Qualifying

SBS Time Trials: 1. 77 – Dave Cliff: 19.107, 2. 04 – Kreig Heroth: 19.113, 3. 13 – Russ Brown: 19.183, 4. 26 – Mike Bond: 19.285, 5. 74 – Cameron Rowe: 19.289, 6. 18 – Andrew Schartner: 19.396, 7. 01 – Dalton Doyle: 19.405, 8. 98 – Jason Simmons: 19.443, 9. 24 – AJ Bernys: 19.453, 10. 69 – Mark Castiglia: 19.496, 11. 79 – Tim Barbeau: 19.533, 12. 91 – Barry Kingsley: 19.549, 13. 17 – David LaTulip: 19.572, 14. 87 – Bryan Haynes: 19.609, 15. 2 – Rob Pullen: 19.642, 16. 22 – Mike Bruce: 19.708, 17. 3 – Chris Proud: 19.729, 18. 9 – Jack Patrick: 19.797, 19. 8 – Josh Kerr: 19.803, 20. 88 – Brad Haynes: 19.811, 21. 47 – Jon Tesoriero: 19.846, 22. 99 – Dennis Rupert: 19.868, 23. 93 – JJ Andrews: 19.946, 24. 28 – Stan Gates: 19.955, 25. 95 – Lou LeVea Jr.: 19.977, 26. 5 – Tim Gareau: 20.017, 27. 1 – Anthony Losurdo: 20.096, 28. 65 – Kevin Jackson: 20.246, 29. 43 – Will Hadcock: 20.411

1st Heat (10laps, 7 qualify): 1. 9 – Jack Patrick, 2. 2 – Rob Pullen, 3. 13 – Russ Brown, 4. 91 – Barry Kingsley, 5. 18 – Andrew Schartner, 6. 24 – AJ Bernys, 7. 8 – Josh Kerr, 8. 95 – Lou LeVea Jr., 9. 65 – Kevin Jackson, 10. 99 – Dennis Rupert

2nd Heat (10laps, 7 qualify):  1. 3 – Chris Proud, 2. 74 – Cameron Rowe, 3. 79 – Tim Barbeau, 4. 98 – Jason Simmons, 5. 87 – Bryan Haynes, 6. 93 – JJ Andrews, 7. 88 – Brad Haynes, 8. 5 – Tim Gareau, 9. 04 – Kreig Heroth, 10. 43 – Will Hadcock

3rd Heat (10laps, 7 qualify):  1. 22 – Mike Bruce, 2. 17 – David LaTulip, 3. 26 – Mike Bond, 4. 77 – Dave Cliff, 5. 69 – Mark Castiglia, 6. 01 – Dalton Doyle, 7. 28 – Stan Gates, 8. 47 – Jon Tesoriero, 9. 1 – Anthony Losurdo, 10. 44 – Justin Connell

Budweiser International Classic First Round Time Trials

Pat Lavery earned his second career International Classic pole position on Friday night in the Double Deuce Racing No. 22 (Bill Taylor Photo)

Pat Lavery earned his second career International Classic pole position on Friday night in the Double Deuce Racing No. 22 (Bill Taylor Photo)

Supermodified Time Trials: 1. 22 – Pat Lavery: 16.242, 2. 2 – Mike Lichty: 16.285, 3. 90 – Ray Graham: 16.368, 4. 00 – Joe Gosek: 16.444, 5. 35 – Jeff Holbrook: 16.538, 6. 6 – Davey Hamilton: 16.545, 7. 88 – Randy Ritskes: 16.556, 8. 01 – Dan Connors Jr., 9. 50 – Dave Gruel: 16.567, 10. 52 – Dave Danzer: 16.573, 11. 11 – Johnny Benson: 16.573, 12. 60 – Brian Sobus: 16.596, 13. 26 – Shaun Gosselin: 16.604, 14. 7 – Otto Sitterly: 16.612, 15. 99 – Mike Barnes: 16.681, 16. 25 – Bob Bond: 16.707, 17. 20 – Joey Payne: 16.715, 18. 05 – Jeff Abold: 16.719, 19. 81 – Kelly Miller: 16.755, 20. 37 – Jeff Locke: 16.810, 21. 1 – Shawn Muldoon: 16.843, 22. 70 – Gary Morton: 16.851, 23. 08 – Dave McKnight: 16.907, 24. 44 – Bobby Haynes Jr.: 16.921, 25. 98 – Tim Jedrzejek: 17.021, 26. 50m – Michael Muldoon: 17.022, 27. 24 – Jerry Curran: 17.049, 28. 0 – Tim Snyder: 17.111, 29. 9 – Stephen Gioia III: 17.111, 30. 15 – Dave Shullick Jr.: 17.167, 31. 43 – TJ Woolsey: 17.177, 32. 02 – Brandon Bellinger: 17.181, 33. 23 – Jason Spaulding: 17.266, 34. 5 – Tim Devendorf: 17.302, 35. 40 – Craig Rayvals: 17.600, 36. 56 – Hal LaTulip: 17.764, 37. 14 – Joe Chillemi: 17.828, 38. 66 – Lou LeVea Sr.: N/T

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