outside line. As Bellefeuille extended his lead Broking and Aho moved to the outside. Aho dived

to the inside of Broking in turn one but couldn’t make the pass. With no caution flags thus far,

the half way point was quickly reached with the top five the same except for Nelson who won his

battle with Mikkonen and took fifth. Broking moved in on Bellefeuille, found some bite on the

bottom and took over the top spot off turn two. Nelson found himself in the clutches of Kelly

Estey and lost fifth as the white flag appeared. Rick Cannata brought out the only caution flag of

the event spinning on the back stretch setting up a green/white/checkered finish. Broking was

able to hang on for his first feature win of the season at the speedway. Nelson’s sixth place finish

coupled with Deven VanHouse’s 11th place was enough to give Nelson the title by 13 points.

Nelson also held a slight lead over Kyle Peterlin in the WISSOTA Late Model standings. At

the start of the feature Todd Gehl went for broke and took the lead at the initial green flag ahead

of Aaron Lillo while Nelson surged from seventh into third. The caution flag flew for Cory

Jorgenson. The restart saw Nelson outgun Gehl and Lillo and take the lead. Tim McMann and

Terry Lillo were fourth and fifth while Peterlin and Harry Hanson battled for sixth while both

were seeking a way into the top five. Nelson was long gone and had nearly a straight away

advantage. Nelson was just out for a Sunday drive, but that advantage fell by the wayside when

the second caution flag flew when Zach Wohlers turned around in turn two. Nelson maintained

the lead over Aaron Lillo, Gehl and Peterlin. Peterlin leapfrogged into third then into second and

set out to track down Nelson as he needed to win in order to defend his 2012 championship. Turn

three where most of the night’s troubles occurred bit Gehl bringing out another caution period.

The restart came with seven laps to go and Peterlin tried desperately to run Nelson down but

could only get within a couple of car lengths of the leader. Nelson went on to win the feature and

the track championship by six points over Peterlin and 24 over Harry Hanson. Terry Lillo, Aaron

Lillo and Wohlers finished in the feature top five.

The night ended with 15 laps for the Proctor Pure Stocks. Glenn Dammer held a slim lead

over Al Rapp on the final night of competition. Craig Horak won his fourth feature of the season

as Rapp and Dammer waged their own battle further back. Neither were a factor in this battle, but

their skirmish with one another would decide the outcome of the season long war. Four caution

flags jumbled the field throughout the event as Horak took the win over Mike Sirois and Mark

Korte. Rapp finished fourth one spot ahead of Dammer but it was not enough as Dammer held on

to the point lead and won the championship by three points. Dustin follet finished third a distant

48 points off the lead.

Results Proctor Speedway Sixth Annual ACS Relay For Life Race Against Cancer

(76 cars)

WISSOTA Late Model (13 cars)

Feature: Darrell Nelson Hermantown; Kyle Peterlin Hibbing; Terry Lillo Duluth; Aaron Lillo

Proctor; Zach Wohlers Pengilly, MN; Tim McMann Duluth; Scott Herrick Proctor; Robbie

Cooper South Range, WI; Cory Jorgenson Hermantown; Tim Lillo Superior DNF: Todd Gehl

Solon Springs; Harry Hanson Eveleth; T. J. Adams Hayward, WI

Heat 1: Hanson; Cooper; McMann; A. Lillo; Jorgenson; Adams; T. Lillo

Heat 2: Peterlin; Nelson; T. Lillo; Gehl; Wohlers; Herrick

WISSOTA Modified (14 cars)

Feature: Jeff broking Grand Rapids, MN; Jody Bellefeuille Duluth; Ryan Aho Chisholm, MN;

Neil Balduc Bessemer, MI; Kelly Estey Kelly Lake, MN; Darrell Nelson Hermantown; Kevin

Eder Ashland, WI; Brian Mikkonen Iron River, WI; Rick Cannata Hibbing; Nick Musel duluth;

Deven VanHouse Silver bay, MN; E. J. Hietala Cloquet; Cory Jorgenson Hermantown; Scott

Heikkinen Eveleth

Heat 1: Bellefeuille; Estey; Broking; Balduc; Musel; VanHouse; Heikkinen

Heat 2: Mikkonen; Nelson; Eder; Aho; Cannata; Hietala; Jorgenson

WISSOTA Super Stock (16 cars)

Feature: Scott Lawrence Superior; Kevin Burdick Proctor; wayne Stricker Highbridge, WI; Joe

Oliver Superior; Brian Carl Duluth; Shawn McFadden Ashland; Ronnie Malecki Superior;

Trevor Arens Hibbing; Jim Campbell Two harbors, MN; Pat Heikkinen Eveleth; Dan Yrjanson

carlton, MN; John Toppozini Thunder Bay Ont.; Kevin Salin Iron, MN DNF: Andy Grymala

Superior; Andrew LaBarge Keewatin, MN; Donnie Lofdahl Duluth

Heat 1: Lawrence; LaBarge; Grymala; Campbell; Malecki; Salin; Toppozini DNF: Stricker

Heat 2: Arens; Oliver; Burdick; McFadden; Carl; Lofdahl; Yrjanson DNS: Heikkinen

WISSOTA Midwest Modified (14 cars)

Feature: Deven VanHouse Silver Bay; Dan Kingsley Superior; Mack Estey Kelly Lake; Jesse

Ogston Duluth; Josh Heavirland Cloquet; Andrew Inman Hermantown; Jori Hughes Tower, MN;

Adam Shinn Duluth DNF: Jake Gondik Foxboro, WI; Danny Vang Brainerd, MN; Chris Bretting

Washburn, WI; Cory Ziebol Cloquet DNS: Justin Bassa Hermantown; Tyler Luger Iron River

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