Sports Briefs

Posted: Thursday, June 01, 2006

Motocross races slated for Saturday

The Kenai Peninsula Racing Lions will host their first motocross and quad City Race of the season Saturday at Twin Cities Raceway. Racing begins at 10 a.m.

Admission for spectators is $5; children under 12 are admitted free and senior discounts are available.

For more information, contact Renie Aragon at 260-5404 or 252-6946.

Stock cars all revved up

The Kenai Peninsula Racing Lions circle track division opened its auto racing season Saturday with A- and B-Stock, Late Model and sprint car racing at Twin Cities Raceway.

More racing is slated for this Saturday, with time trials at 6 p.m. and racing at 7 p.m.

Kenai Peninsula Racing Lions Circle Track Division

Saturday’s Results

Trophy Dash

A-Stock — 1. No. 4 Ryan Volcason, 2. No. 78 Rex Savely, 3. No. 6 Chris Ackers. B-Stock — 1. No. 10 Charlie Michaels, 2. No. 7 Debbie Yancey, 3. No. 18 Don Ackers, 4. No. 3 Ken Carlock. Late Models — 1. No. 29 Frank Soares, 2. No. 93 Robert Walkins, 3. No. 43 Jay Irving, 4. No. 8 Joey Jessex. Sprints — 1. No. 77 Jackie McGahan, 2. No. 33 Cameron McGahan, 3. No. 27 Leroy Perfect, 4. No. 10 Pete Ischi.

Heat 1

A-Stock — 1. No. 4 Ryan Volcason, 2. No. 78 Rex Savely. B-Stock — 1. No. 18 Don Ackers, 2. No. 7 Debbie Yancey, 3. No. 10 Charlie Michaels, 4. No. 37 Jeff Singer. Late Models — 1. No. 29 Frank Soares, 2. No. 43 Jay Irving, 3. No. 93 Robert Walkins. Sprints — 1. No. 77 Jackie McGahan, 2. No. 33 Cameron McGahan, 3. No. 10 Pete Ischi, 4. No. 27 Leroy Perfect.

Main Event

A-Stock — 1. No. 4 Ryan Volcason, 2. No. 78 Rex Savely. B-Stock — 1. No. 7 Debbie Yancey, 2. No. 10 Charlie Michaels, 3. No. 18 Don Ackers, 4. No. 37 Jeff Singer. Late Models — 1. No. 29 Franky Soares, 2. No. 43 Jay Irving, 3. No. 8 Joey Jessex. Sprints — 1. No. 27 Leroy Perfect, 2. No. 77 Jackie McGahan, 3. No. 10 Pete Ischi, 4. No. 33 Cameron McGahan.

Aces can’t close out Kelly Cup

The Gwinnett Gladiators defeated the Alaska 6-1 Wednesday in Duluth, Ga., to prevent an Aces sweep of the ECHL’s Kelly Cup finals.

The Aces lead the series 3-1. Game 5 is scheduled for today at 3:35 p.m. ADT. Should the Gladiators for a sixth game in the best-of-seven series, it would be Saturday in Anchorage.

Troy Riddle scored the lone goal for the Aces with nine seconds left in the game.

Gwinnett outshot the Aces 36-21 to its first win of the series. The Gladiators led 2-0 after the first period and were up 5-0 heading into the third period.



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