WEEKLY SCORES FOR PLANET FUN
Planet Fun Classic: Terry Decker-279-248-227-754, Branden Carter-269-225-225-719, Avery Brewer-264-256-711, Jeffrey Evans-259-235-223-717, Jonathan Lowery-258-212-639, Michael Ward-256-227-658, Sam Harris-256-631, Gary Armistead-248-233-652, Len Mishue-246-228-227-701, Chris Arcaro-244-235-637, Jeff Harrelson-238-226-645, Lee Olson-234-214-205-653, Jack Villaca-230-621, George Jacobs-234, Don Ruth-222, Rick LaChance-210, Brian McCall-209, Randy Brown-203, Angeline Johnson-205-567.
Heather Magill, of Wilmington, won the annual Brunswick Family Assistance Sea Trail Plantation 5-Miler Sept. 11. Magill, 29, finished in 30 minutes, 42 seconds.
Adam Rose, 32, of Wilmington, was the top male finisher and was second overall at 31:41. Gage Hicks, 20, of Little River, S.C., was third in 32:13. Sean Tracy, of Sneads Ferry, was fourth at 33:56.
Andrea Rose, 31, of Wilmington, was the second-fastest female runner, finishing ninth overall in 36:03.
Donna Dejong was the third-fastest female runner, finishing 11th overall in 41:03.
For the third straight ARCA race, Chad McCumbee finished eighth.
McCumbee finished eighth Saturday in the Kentuckians Ford Dealers 200 at Salem Speedway in Indiana. McCumbee started sixth out of 30 drivers. He completed 199 of the 200 laps.
For the season, McCumbee has five top-10 finishes in 15 starts.
For the second straight week, Chad McCumbee finished eighth in an ARCA Racing Series race.
McCumbee started 13th Sunday in the Northwest Ohio Ford Dealers 200 in Toledo, Ohio. He finished 196 of the 200 laps.
Chris Buescher earned his second ARCA Racing Series victory of 2010. Buescher held off a challenge from Craig Goess to win by 2.6 seconds.
Chad McCumbee finished eighth Monday in the ARCA Racing Series Southern Illinois 100 in DuQuoin, Ill.
McCumbee started 13th out of 33 drivers and completed all 100 laps on the dirt track. This was his third finish in the top 10 in 13 ARCA starts.
Steve Arpin won the race, his third career victory. Arpin took the lead from Tom Hessert on lap 62 of the 100-mile race and never relinquished it, beating Hessert to the checkered flag by a one-half second.
There were 11 cautions for 42 laps, and the average race speed was 72.735 mph.
BY KASSIE HUGHES
MYRTLE BEACH SPEEDWAY
Myrtle Beach Speedway crowned champions and ended its 2010 points season with exciting racing from all divisions Saturday.
The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series was the main featured event of the night with two 35-lap races. Jeremy McDowell won the pole, clocking in at 21.182 seconds, which is about 91 mph. McDowell shared the front row with Justin Milliken.
An accident a few laps after the green flag waved ended Chad McCumbee’s race Friday in the ARCA Ansell Protective Gloves 150 at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill.
McCumbee started seventh out of 39 drivers. It was his best start of the season. He was credited with six laps and a 33rd-place finish.
The accident occurred when Casey Roderick, who started third, hit the wall. This caused a chain reaction that led to Mikey Kile turning into McCumbee. McCumbee suffered heavy front-end damage and was forced to retire.
BY KASSIE HUGHES
MYRTLE BEACH SPEEDWAY
Justin Milliken had a two-win sweep Saturday at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Lucas Willliams won his first race Limited Late Model race of the 2010 season.
Anxious and feisty were the only words to describe the Limited-Late Model drivers. With many drivers taking advantage to the new payout agreement, the field was the largest field of the season.
Chad McCumbee finished 10th Saturday in the Berlin ARCA 200 at Berlin Raceway in Marne, Mich.
McCumbee started 13th out of 31 drivers and was one of 11 drivers who completed all 200 laps.
Joey Coulter won the race, beating Patrick Sheltra by 0.768 of a second on the 0.4375-mile oval. The win was Coulter’s first in ARCA Racing Series.
Coulter is the 11th different winner in the 2010 season and the 10th first-time winner this season.