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Cascadden Secures 2nd Win of Season
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6/8/2024

6/8/2024

Great Lakes Lightning Sprints


Cascadden Secures 2nd Win of Season

Mount Pleasant, MI – Great Lakes Lightning Sprints presented by MacAllister Rental rolled in to Mt Pleasant Speedway Friday night with a full field of 20 sprints. Two time GLLS Champion, Brendon Cascadden, fought back from a tough qualifying round to win the Cheney Creek Construction Heat 2 and secure his 2nd feature win of the 2024 season.

The night kicked off with Jacob Sabaj (Corunna, MI) securing quick time with a 13.984 second lap around the small 1/3 mile track. Justin Ward (Benzonia, MI), Lindsey Erickson (South Boardman, MI), Jerry Napier (Durand, MI) and Bill Dunham (Boyne Falls, MI) rounded out the top 5 qualifiers.

Sabaj took home the heat race win in the Beacon and Bridge Markets Heat 1, with Noah Wilfong (Wayland, MI) and Napier rounded out the top 3 finishers.

In the Chaney Creek Constuction Heat 2, Cascadden, Dunham and Ward took the top 3 spots and Avery Neal (Brooklyn, MI) took home the win in the Double W Oil Field Services Heat 3, with Dalton Pipgas (Byron, MI) and Lindsey Erickson rounding out the top 3.

Cascadden starting 6th in the feature, drove up 5 spots to secure the win, with Sabaj and Neal rounding out the podium. Mack Erickson (South Boardman, MI) started 16th, but drove up 6 spots to finish 10th and secure the Operating Engineers Hard Charger for the night!

The next upcoming GLLS race will be on June 15th at Crystal Motor Speedway! Be sure to follow us on Facebook and for our 2024 schedule and points race, go to www.greatlakeslightningsprints.com.

We’d like to thank our other sponsors that make our traveling series a reality:

MacAllister Rentals
Beacon and Bridge Markets
Cheney Creek Construction
Double W Oil Field Services, Inc
Specialty Fuels & Logistics
Operating Engineers 324

Media Results for 6/7/2024 at Mount Pleasant Speedway - Mount Pleasant, MI

Great Lakes Lightning Sprints presented by MacAllister Rentals 20 Entries

A Feature 1 20 Laps | 00:06:11.377

  1. 0-Brendon Cascadden[6]; 2. 21-Jacob Sabaj[4]; 3. 19-Avery Neal[1]; 4. 8-Justin Ward[8]; 5. 16-Noah Wilfong[2]; 6. 84-Bill Dunham[3]; 7. 76-Dalton Pipgras[5]; 8. 29-Arlie Cooper Jr[11]; 9. 18-Lindsey Erickson[9]; 10. 38-Mack Erickson[16]; 11. 101-Chuck Erickson[10]; 12. 17-Geoff Miller[12]; 13. 45-Bobby Miller[15]; 14. 48-Jake Erickson[19]; 15. 28-Bella Erickson[13]; 16. (DNF) 273-Jerry Napier[7]; 17. (DNF) 5-Derrick Hilliker[14]; 18. (DNS) 40C-Chad Colley; 19. (DNS) 114-Sherman Napeir; 20. (DNS) 48X-David Hilliker

Beacon & Bridge Markets Heat 1 8 Laps | 00:06:50.395

  1. 21-Jacob Sabaj[4]; 2. 16-Noah Wilfong[2]; 3. 273-Jerry Napier[3]; 4. 101-Chuck Erickson[6]; 5. 28-Bella Erickson[7]; 6. 38-Mack Erickson[1]; 7. 48-Jake Erickson[5]

Cheney Creek Construction Heat 2 8 Laps | 00:02:21.908

  1. 0-Brendon Cascadden[1]; 2. 84-Bill Dunham[3]; 3. 8-Justin Ward[4]; 4. 29-Arlie Cooper Jr[2]; 5. 5-Derrick Hilliker[5]; 6. 40C-Chad Colley[6]; 7. (DNS) 48X-David Hilliker

Double W Oil Field Services Heat 3 8 Laps | 00:02:35.123

  1. 19-Avery Neal[3]; 2. 76-Dalton Pipgras[2]; 3. 18-Lindsey Erickson[4]; 4. 17-Geoff Miller[5]; 5. 45-Bobby Miller[6]; 6. 114-Sherman Napeir[1]

Operating Engineers Qualifying 1 99 Laps | 00:00:30.289

  1. 21-Jacob Sabaj, 00:13.984[16]; 2. 8-Justin Ward, 00:14.065[15]; 3. 18-Lindsey Erickson, 00:14.166[20]; 4. 273-Jerry Napier, 00:14.281[18]; 5. 84-Bill Dunham, 00:14.359[9]; 6. 19-Avery Neal, 00:14.481[14]; 7. 16-Noah Wilfong, 00:14.505[19]; 8. 29-Arlie Cooper Jr, 00:14.763[10]; 9. 76-Dalton Pipgras, 00:14.848[5]; 10. 38-Mack Erickson, 00:15.027[4]; 11. 0-Brendon Cascadden, 00:15.043[1]; 12. 114-Sherman Napeir, 00:15.121[11]; 13. 48-Jake Erickson, 00:15.178[6]; 14. 5-Derrick Hilliker, 00:15.391[13]; 15. 17-Geoff Miller, 00:15.483[2]; 16. 101-Chuck Erickson, 00:15.650[12]; 17. 40C-Chad Colley, 00:16.034[8]; 18. 45-Bobby Miller, 00:16.255[7]; 19. 28-Bella Erickson, 00:17.309[3]; 20. (DNS) 48X-David Hilliker

Article Credit: GLLS STAFF WRITER

Submitted By: Barry Marlow

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