The Journal Carey Terrance victorious at Speedway River Kings bringing Legue back to city
Benoit Dubois got the lead on Lap 2 in the Evans Bus Line Semi-Pro and led until lap 13 when Andrew Giroux passed him. Giroux led the final laps to win his second feature in a row over Dubois and JoeWoods, who com- pleted the podium. In the Crazy Dave’s DJ Services Mini-Stock feature, Justin Desrosiers was the early leader as Mike Gaucher was charging for the lead. Caution came out on Lap 3 for Chris James who stopped in Turn 4. Gaucher got the lead on the restart with Mathieu Aubin third be- hind Desrosier at the halfway point. Aubin took the lead when a flat tire side- lined Gaucher on Lap 9 and resisted to charges from Bernard to capture his second feature of the season over Bernard and Joel Pilon completed the Top 3. Next week is one of the biggest events of the season as the World of Outlaws Late Models will return after a year’s absence. The Nor- trax 50, a 50-lap action-packed feature race will be presented along with a full program in all other regular classes as the Sportsman will have the night off.
had a good lead over the field as Marc Lalonde made his way through second as George Renaud was in third at the halfway point. The first yellow was shown on Lap 12 for Mathieu Bougie. Oakes was in the lead as Rosco Garreau stopped with three laps to go. Oakes led the final circuit to win his first feature of the sea- son at Cornwall over Valade, Ladouceur, Aubin and Michel Desjardins completed the Top 5. A field of 21 cars took the green in the Storm Realty Tracy Wheeler Sportsman fea- ture as AdamRozon took the lead over Brian Comeau and Thomas Cook. Rozon led the first six laps as Corey Winters got the lead just before Chris Herbison brought the cau- tion on the following lap. Winters in the lead for three more laps as Jenna David brought the caution at the halfway point. Arbuthnot used the high line to get byWin- ters for the lead on lap 14 with Dan Jalbert running in third, and he held onto the lead to capture his first win of the season over Win- ters and Jalbert.
Carey Terrance took the lead during a Lap 1 restart and never looked back to win the Jiffy Auto Service Modified Feature Sunday evening at the Cornwall Motor Speedway. At the halfway point, Terrance is tearing up the field in first with Bobby Herrington is sec- ond, followed by Shane Pecore and Stéphane Lafrance and Laurent Ladouceur. Tim O’Brien had issues on Lap 16 and caution came out. One more lap was completed as Joel Doiron and Luke Whitteker got tangled in the backstretch. Terrance got a sizeable lead as Herrington and Ladouceur are the Top 3. Lee Miller andMarc Therrien brought the caution with four laps to go. Terrance led the final laps as Ladouceur got second over a hard charging Planck who completed the podium. In the 20-lap Home Hardware Alexandria Pro-Stock feature, Rock Aubin grabbed the lead from Claude Parisien on the second lap while Dan Desnoyers was in third. Aubin
Former Cornwall Colts sniper Jeff Legue is returning to Cornwall.
Legue was picked up by the new semi-pro hockey franchise Cornwall River Kings, along with
former Washington Captials first- rounder Sasha Pokuluk in their first North American Hockey League draft over the weekend. Another former Colt, Ian Boots, was picked up by the Kings in the seventh round, who also snapped up local play- ers Brennan Barker in the fourth round and Jonathan Jasper in the 10th round. Other River Kings draft picks include Ryan Jardine, Brett Clouthier, Pat Ka- vanaugh, Steve McJannet, Ryan Sulli- van, Marco Cousineau, Nick Kuiper, Stephane Lachapelle.
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