WISCASSET — Hometown racer Kevin Sherman won two races Saturday night at Wiscasset Speedway, taking the checkered flag in both the 25-lap New England 4-Cylinder Pro Stocks feature and the 100-lap Enduro.

Sherman and Jeff Lowe were battling for the Enduro lead until lap 75 when Lowe was hit with a black flag for problems with his right front tire. Sherman finished first, while Pittston’s Ron Whitcomb was second.

The 4-Cylinder Pro Stocks race had three cautions from lap 22 on, and fittingly, ended under caution with Sherman in the lead. Jeff Prindall has a season-best second place finish.

Bowdoin’s Scott Chubbuck placed first in the 40-lap Pro Stock race, with Sidney’s Chris Thorne in second. Thorne made a nice charge after being fourth about halfway through the race.

Richmond’s Mike Delaney won the Thunder 4s, followed by Adam Armstrong of Bath and Cody Tribbett. In the 25-lap Super Stock feature, Bobby Mesimer was declared the winner after Adam Chadbourne came in first but failed a post-race inspection.

Beech Ridge Motor Speedway

SCARBOROUGH — Kelly Moore won the 40-lap Pro Series race, by outgunning Alan Tardiff to the finish line. Moore, in only his third NASCAR Nite race this season, picked up his first win. Bobby Timmons III, who battled Tardiff for the lead during the latter stages of the race, had to settle for third.

Frank Wear led for most of the way, but Ben Tinker passed him on lap 70 and held the lead for the rest of the night in the 100-lap Budweiser Sports Series feature, which was the main event.

American-Canadian Tour

Wayne Helliwell, Jr. won the American-Canadian Tour last season and seemed to have victory in hand Sunday at Canaan (N.H.) Fair Speedway, but Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. was persistent and surged ahead when he saw his opening.

Helliwell and points leader Jimmy Hebert fought for the lead over the first 20-plus laps, but Hebert’s ride had a malfunction on lap 22, and he did well to eventually finish ninth.

Helliwell appeared to be in control through 12 cautions, and Polewarczyk wasn’t even in the top five through 100 laps of the 150-lap race. Polewarczyk made his way up to second, then took the lead for good after a caution on lap 131.

“This race was all about positioning ourselves for the win,” Polewarczyk said. “As the end came, I went to the outside, and it just worked.”


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