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Sherman Strikes Back in Canyon Clash!

Sherman Strikes Back in Canyon Clash!

Cody Morris, Peoria, Arizona (4-28-2012) - Thirty ASCS Canyon competitors checked into Peoria, Arizona’s Canyon Speedway Park for the Second Annual Canyon Clash Saturday night.

Surprise, Arizona’s three time and defending ASCS Canyon Region champion Jeremy Sherman shot forward from his inside fourth row starting position to take his second consecutive Canyon Clash title and series’ best 34th ASCS Canyon Region victory.

Sherman’s 25 lap ASCS Canyon Region victory at CSP delivered his first of the 2012 campaign, and also first piloting Shon Deskins mount.

Seventh row starter Mike Colegrove took runner up honors along with a Hard Charger effort.

Two-time ASCS Canyon Champ Charles Davis Jr. was shut out of ASCS Canyon victory lane for the first time in the 2012 season, but will keep a podium streak alive as the Buckeye, Arizona racer claimed show position honors.

Torrance, California’s Rickie Gaunt advanced one spot to finish fourth, with Phoenix gasser Justin Quinn advancing 12 spots from his 17th place starting spot to complete the top five running order at the finish line.

The Second Annual “Canyon Clash” at Peoria’s Canyon Speedway Park marked the third of 21 scheduled ASCS Canyon Region contests of the 2012 campaign. It was also the second of 12 visit’s the ASCS Canyon competitors will make to Canyon Speedway Park this season.

Mike Bonneau, Charles Davis Jr., Bruce St. James, and Rickie Gaunt took heat race wins over the 30 car field, with Mike Colegrove and RJ Johnson taking top transfers in the evenings twin 12 lap B Features.

Featured Photo Credit: Terry Shaw Photography

ASCS Canyon Region
April 28th, 2012 / Event 3 of 21
Canyon Speedway Park / Peoria, Arizona

A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 21-Jeremy Sherman[7]; 2. 17-Mike Colegrove[14]; 3. 50-Charles Davis Jr[8]; 4. 41-Rickie Gaunt[5]; 5. 93-Justin Quinn[17]; 6. 7k-Bruce St. James[1]; 7. 19-Andy Reinbold[2]; 8. 77-Dalten Gabbard[11]; 9. 12-Josh Pelkey[3]; 10. 48T-Thomas Ogle[19]; 11. 16-Mike Martin[6]; 12. 2B-Chris Bonneau[10]; 13. 51-R.J. Johnson[13]; 14. 57-Jeff Slinkard[20]; 15. 8-Bob Ream Jr[9]; 16. 32B-Brian Hosford[16]; 17. 29-Mike Bonneau[4]; 18. 9-Ryan Linder[18]; 19. 41w-Rick Ziehl[15]; 20. 0-Steve Sussex[12]
Lap Leaders: Bruce St. James 1-4, Jeremy Sherman 5-30

B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 51-R.J. Johnson[2]; 2. 41w-Rick Ziehl[3]; 3. 93-Justin Quinn[1]; 4. 48T-Thomas Ogle[7]; 5. 14-Darrell Sickles[6]; 6. 7-Kiley Fellars[8]; 7. 6JT-Michael Curtis[4]; 8. 53-Tom Lee[9]; 9. 27H-Jeremy Huebner[5]
Top 4 advance to A Feature

B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 17-Mike Colegrove[2]; 2. 32B-Brian Hosford[3]; 3. 9-Ryan Linder[1]; 4. 57-Jeff Slinkard[9]; 5. 99-James Aragon[4]; 6. 5x-Jody Wirth[5]; 7. 11T-Lonnie Oliver[6]; 8. 9az-Matt Lundy[8]; 9. 17k-Kyle Danielson[7]
Top 4 advance to A Feature

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 29-Mike Bonneau; 2. 21-Jeremy Sherman; 3. 51-R.J. Johnson; 4. 77-Dalten Gabbard; 5. 41w-Rick Ziehl; 6. 48T-Thomas Ogle; 7. 5x-Jody Wirth; 8. 53-Tom Lee

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 50-Charles Davis Jr; 2. 2B-Chris Bonneau; 3. 16-Mike Martin; 4. 9-Ryan Linder; 5. 6JT-Michael Curtis; 6. 14-Darrell Sickles; 7. 11T-Lonnie Oliver; 8. 57-Jeff Slinkard

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 7k-Bruce St. James; 2. 12-Josh Pelkey; 3. 17-Mike Colegrove; 4. 0-Steve Sussex; 5. 32B-Brian Hosford; 6. 17k-Kyle Danielson; 7. 7-Kiley Fellars

Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 41-Rickie Gaunt; 2. 19-Andy Reinbold; 3. 8-Bob Ream Jr; 4. 93-Justin Quinn; 5. 99-James Aragon; 6. 27H-Jeremy Huebner; 7. 9az-Matt Lundy

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