Chad Porter of Madison Lake found the #12 car in the victory lane for the first time in a couple of years in the Mn 93 IMCA Modified feature. He took the lead on the first lap after a caution was thrown for the 97 of Cole Anderson from Lakeville for spinning. That moved Porter up a row on the restart and he was able to get a great start on the restart as he passed thre cars going into the #1 turn to take the lead. He remained the leader for the rest of the race with Trent Loverude of New Ulm directly behind him taking 2nd ahead of Clint Hatlestad of Glencoe.

    Brandon Paul of St. Peter won his first feature in the Good Times Bus Lines Truck cross feature. as he moved through the field from his 2nd row start to take the lead on the first lap and hold onto it for the duration as occurred behind him. Brice Reierson of Arlington tried dilingently to get around Paul but settled for 2nd while Justin McConnell of Henderson took 3rd.

    John Rebstock of Franklin was the early leader in the Eckblad Trucking IMCA Hobby class as he led the race from his pole position start. Half way through the race he had the company of Cory Probst from Brewster to contend with and couldn't hold him off as he slid past him on the 8th lap to take the lead. A last lap pass by Brad Becker from Arlington gave Becker second place ahead of Scott Koepp of Winthrop.

    The Coors Light IMCA Sport Compact feature went flag to flag with Levi Selly of St. Peter leading over half of the race but with only two laps left, Alex Dostal of Glencoe took the outside lane and got by him to take the lead and win. Marschall Robinson of Lester Prairie followed Dostal to the checkered flag giving Selly third place at the finish.

    A first lap caution on the Lisa Valiant Agency Outlaw Hobby class saw the cars reline up in their original starts and begin the race again. Kyren Porter of Cleveland took the lead as the row in front of her were involved in the original yellow flag. For the entire 15 laps, Porter was able to maintain the lead and gain distance on Alex Dostal to take the win, Dostal took 2nd and Patrick Schauer of Henderson moved up 9 spots to take 3rd place.

    There were three different leaders in the Unhinged Pizza IMCA Sport Modified feature with Brandon Opsahl of Buffalo the first lap leader. Another first lap yellow flag occurred when the 111B of Eric Bassett from Mankato came out of turn #2 too low and ended up spinning around. When the race restarted Jeff Carter of Mapleton took the lead for the next three laps with Eric Larson of Madison Lake on his tail. By lap 5, Larson got around him but then a few more caution flags were thrown which enabled Kevin Kirt of Bloomington to move up from his 9th place starting spot and take over the top spot from Larson. Zach Davis of Lonsedale followed Larson to the checkered flag for 3rd place and Tim Bergerson of Eagle Lake was a close 4th place.

    Javen Ostermann from Courtland won his first Alpha Media IMCA Racesaver sprint feature leading the entire caution free race from start to finish. Justin Allen of Gaylord had a strong 2nd place the entire race but with only one lap left he drove into the pit area with engine problems.  Billy Johnson from St. Peter moved up from his 8th place start to try to gain on Ostermann but ran out of time and took 2nd place. A last lap pass by Brett Allen of Gaylord gave him 3rd place ahead of Zach Glaser of Cleveland.

    There were two leaders in the B&B Racing Chassis IMCA Stock car feature. Dave Moriarty of Jordan led for the first 11 laps with AJ Zimmerman of Cleveland battling with him and Matt Schauer of Arlington. At times the three cars were 3 wide going into the turns. In the end, Schauer got around Moriarty to take the lead and win. Another last lap pass by Tim Pessek of Hutchinson gave him 2nd place ahead of Dan Mackenthun of Hamburg who finished ahead of Moriarty.

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