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WINCHESTER — Scott Cook, of Shelbyville, started on the pole and drove to a Super Late Model victory at Winchester Speedway on Saturday night. Cook won the 25-lap main event ahead of sixth-starting David Brannon, of Elora, and Corey Holmes, of Fayetteville.
Daniel Miller finished fourth after starting alongside Cook in the front row. Both Cook and Miller were driving Pogue Racing-backed machines. Talladega (Ala.) Short Track regular Tim Busha, of Boaz, Ala., recorded another top-five finish in a rare trip to Winchester.
Estill Springs drivers Mark Haddon and Shannon Davis were sixth and seventh, respectively. Jay Scott, David Jackson and Kevin Lovvorn completed the top 10 in the 20-car field.
Third-starting Tony Morris had trouble and dropped to an 18th-place finish.
Haddon won the Two-barrel Late Model feature after starting on the pole. Jeff Frame, of Winchester, was second. Tony Gilliam, Davis and Tullahoma’s Clyde Petty rounded out the top five. There were 27 Two-barrel Late Models on hand.
In the Modified Stock division, Allan Carter picked up the win over Richard Blazier and Timothy Merritt. Cole Smartt was fourth, with Jim Cree fifth.
Jason Todd Sr., won the Pure Stock Pony feature. Timothy Wilson was second, while Freddie Smith was third. Justin Sells finished fourth and Craig Pedrick finished fifth.
Freddie Prosser Jr. won the Vintage Dwarf main event. Jeff Smith, Mike Reed, Matt Reed and Troy Taylor completed the top five.
John Smart, of Manchester, won the Outlaw Pony feature. Paul White was second, with James Summers third and Ryan Woodlee fourth.
From track and staff reports