Stéphane Lafrance wins modified at Speedway

season at Cornwall over Winters, Wheeler, Dan and Tammy Jalbert rounded out the top 5. AndrewGiroux was the early leader in the 15-lap Evan`s Bus Line Semi-Pro feature as Robert Delormier and Guy Regimbald were racing for second in the first portion. De- lormier passed Giroux as the leader slipped in the backstretch on lap 9. Giroux got back the lead as Delormier had issues with his car on lap 12. Giroux led the final laps to win his first feature of the season over Regimbald and Nico Leblanc completed the podium. In the Crazy Dave`s DJ Services Mini-Stock Feature, Mike Gaucher quickly got to the lead with Mathieu Aubin and Martin Bernard right behind him with 5 laps in the books. The 12-lap feature went caution free with Gaucher picking up the win over Aubin and Bernard. On the agenda for next Sunday, a full pro- gram for Modifieds, Sportsman, Pro-Stock, Semi-Pro and Mini-Stock as Vertical Equip- ment andMike GrahamMasonry will be the main sponsor. For more information on the upcoming events at the speedway, you can visit the website at www.cornwallspeedway or join us on our Facebook page at

came out. On the restart, George Renaud took the lead as Ghislain Valade was run- ning third. Valade takes over second as Re- naud pulled away from the field at the halfway point. Joey Ladouceur cracked the top 3 on the following lap as Marc Lalonde stopped in the infield in turn 1 on lap 12 to bring the field together. Valade has a good jump and grabs the lead when the green is back out as Ladouceur jumps to second with Renaud in third. With 5 laps to go, the yel- low is back on the field. Ladouceur was fast on the bottom and took the lead with 16 laps down, he led the final circuits to capture his second feature of the season over Valade, Re- naud, Stéphane Lebrun and Steve Johnston completed the top 5. René Duquette grabbed the lead in the 20- lap Tracy Wheeler Storm Realty Sportsman feature. Duquette went high in turn 2 and CoryWinter took the top spot as yellowwas out on lap 3. Winters kept the lead as with Tammy Jalbert and Dillon Sallows behind him. Winters in front as point`s leader Chris Herbison made his way through the field and grabbed the lead at the halfway point over Corey Wheeler now in second and Winters in third. Herbison led the final por- tion of the feature to get his first win of the

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After cancelling last week show, the great weather was back at Cornwall Motor Speedway as a full program was presented in all categories on Paul’s Auto Body night. Stéphane Lafrance took the lead in the 30- lap Jiffy Auto Service Modified feature race, with Luke Whitteker and Tim O’Brien fol- lowing the leader. Lafrance got a good lead over Whitteker as the first 9 laps were quickly completed as Carey Terrance stopped in turn 1 and brought the first cau- tion of the feature. Lafrance kept the lead on the restart as Joel Doiron moved to fourth spot. Bruno Lepage with issues on the back- stretch brought the yellow on lap 14. Lafrance got a strong start as O’Brien and Doiron had a great battle for third during several laps when Carey Terrance hit the wall on the front stretch and the yellow was back out with 7 laps to go. Lafrance led the final laps to capture his first feature of the season over Luke Whitteker, Joel Doiron, Brian McDonald and Tim O’Brien rounded out the top 5. In the 20-lap Alexandria Home Hardware Pro-Stock feature, Charles-David Beauchamp led the first 3 laps as caution

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tickets, will drop the puck at a home game and gets an ad in the team program for 3M Trimline where she works from. “Having the logo designed by someone here was very important to the organization as we want to truly be a local team from the owners, and staff, right down to the team logo,” Gagne said. A reminder season ticket packages are now available by visiting our office at ice level at the civic complex or by emailing Fans can keep up with all the latest devel- opment on the River Kings organization by visiting our facebook page. A teamwebsite will be coming soon.

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The newly minted LNAH (North Ameri- can Hockey League) Cornwall River Kings now have a logo go with their name. The team’s brand was unveiled today after teammanagement went over the close to 60 submissions which came in for considera- tion. “Many different styles were submitted and all were well done. It came down to a modern look to really stand out on the new jerseys,” said Director of Hockey Opera- tions Mitch Gagne. The logo contest winner is Elisa Tardiff from Cornwall. She wins a pair of season

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