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Boomsma earns first Tri-State win at Wagner
- Justin Boomsma
- Ben Sukup
- Blair Nothdurft
- Gary Brown Jr.
- Jordan Heiman
- Josh Rogotzke
- Eric Vanosdall
- Doug Tomka
- Tyler Reagle
- Gale Vogt
- Mike Babcock
- Terry McCarthy
- John Hoefert
Justin Boomsma won his first Tri-State Series event.
What won the race: Justin Boomsma of Huron, S.D., overtook polesitter Eric Vanosdall in cruising to a $1,000 RepairVehicles.com Tri-State Series victory Friday at Wagner Speedway.
Key notes: Boomsma is the eighth winner in eight 2020 series races. ... Wagner officials, fans and fellow drivers were mourning the loss of hometown driver Seth Fischer, the track’s all-time leader in feature wins with 20 of his 29 victories coming in the Late Model division. Fischer drowned Sunday swimming in the Missouri River. ... The series doubleheader concludes at Wagner on Saturday night, with another $1,000-to-win main event. ... Luke Sathoff of Jackson, Minn., and Dylan Fitzpatrick of Sioux Falls, S.D., scratched from the the 25-lap feature.
On the move: Josh Rogotzke of Sanborn, Minn., started 13th and finished sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Boomsma’s Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by Grehl Farms, Shocks by Hammer, Johnson Towing and Full Throttle Graphics.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Gary Brown Jr. (583 points) of Brandon, S.D., leads Blair Nothdurft (573), Justin Zeitner (564), Jordan Heiman (562), Lane Brenden (532).
Current weather: Clear, 77°F
Car count: 15
Polesitter: Eric Vanosdall
Heat race winners: Jordan Heiman, Doug Tomka, Blair Nothdurft
Next series race: July 21, Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, IA) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.