Budds Creek, MD
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Larry Hills Memorial) - $3,650
Information provided by: Doug Watson (last updated October 5, 12:23 pm)
Moreland wins Larry Hills Memorial, earns $3,650
Larry Hills Memorial
- Kenny Moreland
- Andy Anderson
- Jason Covert
- Steve Axtell Jr.
- Brent Bordeaux
- Walter Crouch
- Deshawn Gingerich
- Kyle Hardy
- Sam Archer
- Billy Tucker
- Jamie Lathroum
- Bernie Beard
- Willie Milliken
- Dale Hollidge
- Todd Plummer
- Jason Miller
Kenny Moreland grabbed his first Potomac victory since 2016.
What won the race: Pole-starting Kenny Moreland of Waldorf, Md., led all 35 laps of Saturday's Larry Hills Memorial at Potomac Speedway for a Super Late Model victory worth $3,650.
Quotable: "We let a few slip away this season and it's a great feeling to finally get one. It's been a long time," Moreland said. "We weren't even sure if we were going to race this season and without my mom, dad my wife Kaycee and all the crew we wouldn't be here right now."
Key notes: Moreland won his ninth career Potomac feature but first since 2016. .... The victory marked his first Super Late Model feature since July 7, 2018, at Winchester (Va.) Speedway. ... Kyle Hardy held the second spot most of the way, but Andy Anderson grabbed the spot with four laps remaining; Hardy slipped back to finish eighth. ... Brent Bordeaux had a career-best fifth-place finish. ... Justin Weaver scratched from the Super Late Model feature. ... Ray Love won the Crate Late Model feature, his first victory in the division.
Winner's sponsors: The Moreland Racing Rocket Chassis is powered by a Custom Race Engine and sponsored by Sign Design.
Points chase: Race runner-up Andy Anderson of Martinsburg, W.Va., wrapped up Potomac's Super Late Model championship.
Car count: 17
Polesitter: Kenny Moreland
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.