Cornell, Schultz win over weekend


Democrat Staff



Jonathan Cornell won the 360 winged sprints race Saturday at Double X Speedway, which hosted its third annual “Race For Riley”.


Democrat Staff

Jonathan Cornell won the 360 winged sprints race Saturday at Double X Speedway, which hosted its third annual “Race For Riley”.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_CORNELL-DOUBLE-X.jpgJonathan Cornell won the 360 winged sprints race Saturday at Double X Speedway, which hosted its third annual “Race For Riley”.

Two Sedalia natives went to victory lane this past weekend.

Jonathan Cornell drove his 360 winged sprint car to victory at Double X Speedway. Cornell is second in the points standings, 45 points behind Ricky Stangl.

La Monte’s Matt Close took 15th in the 360 feature. Sedalia’s Faron Crank and Will Register took 16th and 17th, respectively.

Windsor’s Chuck Coffey took third in hobby stocks. Kevin Prall, Katie Goodson and Mike Schrader, all of Sedalia, took sixth, eighth and ninth, respectively.

Tipton’s Tim Cressley took eighth in street stocks.

Double X will host “Battle of the Badges” at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The 360 winged sprints, super stocks, hobby stocks and the badges cars will be racing.

Terry Schultz picked up his third Central Missouri Speedway win of the season Saturday in his No. 90 USRA Modified.

Schultz leads the points standings by 45 points over Gunner Martin.

Fellow Sedalia native Steve Twenter took 15th. Twenter is ninth in the points, 188 behind Schultz.

In street stocks, Knob Noster’s Troy Turley took second behind Warrensburg’s Brett Wood.

Otterville’s Clayton Campbell took third and Knob Noster’s Josh Guy finished eighth.

The pure stock feature win went to Kansas City’s Jason Ryun. Windsor’s Rodger Detherage took fourth.

Jacob Ebert, of Oak Grove, won the B-Mods feature. Sedalia’s Ernie Walker took 10th. Otterville’s Mike Campbell and La Monte’s Cody Frazon finished 13th and 14th, respectively.

CMS will host its weekly program at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

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