Lutz Claims Clinton County winNewsPhoto

In the IMCA sprint car feature Scott Lutz was sitting in third spot, a position he grabbed on the ninth lap, and it looked like that is where he would finish. That is when going into the first turn Leader Ken Duke and second place running Kyle Ganoe got together, with both drivers spinning which handed the top spot to Lutz who lead the final three laps for his first CCMS win for the season. “I was sitting there thinking ok I am placing third tonight, and then they got together and that was that, and we are standing here in victory lane”, said Scott. “This is awesome we now have won three in a row, with a win at Hesston, then at Grandview and now here at CCMS, that is the most for me in a sprint car”, noted Scott. Kyle Ganoe from his pole position got the jump on Ken Duke and lead the first five laps of the feature before Duke took the lead on lap six and held onto that spot until he and Ganoe tangled. Dale Schweikert placed second with Ryan Lynn third and 83-year-old Jim Kennedy fourth from his 12th starting spot, Tylor Cochran was fifth. Heats went to Cochran and Duke.

MCA Sprints 1)33 Scott Lutz 2)78 Dale Schweikert 3)26 Ryan Lynn 4)7 Jim Kennedy 5)19 Tylor Cochran 6)41 Jared Zionkowski 7)67 Ken Duke 8)11 Zach Newlin 9) R6 Reed Thompson 10)0 Kyle Ganoe 11)72 Dave Guss Jr. 12)5 John Walp 13)69 Eric Mathiott 14)4 Cody Hockenberry 15)78S Dakota Schweikert DNS 3G Josh Guiher


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