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Reffner Sweeps Past the Competition at MMS!

The D & D Amusement Games Super Stock feature looked to have a great line up of drivers. Once Patrick Barrett threw the green flag to start the 20-lap feature event, it was heat winner Aaron Anderson and Kyle Davis leading the way. With Anderson getting credit for leading the first lap, Greenwood’s Erin Schlough quickly grabbed the second position. With rookie Colin Reffner working his way through the field, it was Schlough that would take the lead away from Anderson. Schlough’s lead was brief however, as Reffner took over the lead on lap 4. Three laps later, Stevens Point driver Matt Raykowski worked his way past Schlough for the runner up position. Reffner, who earlier in the evening was the division’s fast qualifier, Dash 4 Cash, and heat winner, was setting his sights on a clean sweep.

As the feature progressed, it appeared the order of positions was going to stay status quo. The best race on the track was in the mid pack. Ryan Mork, Anderson, and John Kasboski raced side by side for several laps for the sixth position. With the checkered flag looming, it was all freshman ace, Colin Reffner. Reffner smiled with gleam, holding the broom in one hand and the checkered flag in the other, as he posed for pictures by track photographer Tom Loos. Matt Raykowski closed the distance slightly on Reffner, but settled for second. Schlough, Mark Langreck, Adam Eckes, and Ryan Mork finished third through sixth respectively.

This article was posted to the website on July 24, 2009.
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