Miller wins Memorial

July 05, 2004


Jeremy Miller, of Gettysburg, Pa, worked his way through the field from the 16th position to take the lead on the 37th lap, then pulled away to win the 39th running of the 50-lap Johnny Roberts Memorial at Hagerstown Speedway on Saturday night.

"We have run second four times down here and a lot of the times we ran second we came from the back. Gary (Stuhler), he kinda kicked our butt the last time we were here," said Miller in Victory Lane after winning $2,500 and his second Roberts Memorial.

"We tried some new stuff on the car tonight. It was my shot, so my butt was kinda on the line and I had to get up on the wheel a little bit. ... To be honest, it is normally the better car that gets through traffic better, it is not always the better driver. I just had a car tonight that I could turn on a dime and drive off."


Hagerstown's Mike Warrenfeltz continued his winning ways with his seventh win in the 15-lap Ernie's Salvage Yard pure stock feature.

The 20-lap Hoosier Tires Mid-Atlantic late model sportsman main event was postponed to July 10th.

Socks takes victory at Shippensburg

Hagerstown's Dave Socks once again captured a victory in the 270 division race at Shippensburg Speedway.

Starting from the outside pole, Socks easily opened up a lead on polesitter Bo Gordon, who settled for second. Joe Trone finished third, Bob Brubaker came home fourth and Gerard McIntyre completed the top five.


District 1 Junior All-Stars

Maugansville 7, Conoco-cheague 6: Nathan Harden drove in the winning run in the seventh inning for Maugansville. Tyler Hornbecker had three hits. Maugansville plays at Oakland today in the final at 6 p.m.

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