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Collins claims McCoy bounty with Lavonia LLM victory

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LAVONIA - Well, that didn't take long.<br /> <br /> One week after Lavonia Speedway in Lavonia, GA put a $250 bounty on David McCoy's head, Kenny Collins grabbed the cash bonus by scoring the Limited Late Model victory on the 3/8 Lavonia clay.<br /> <br /> Collins also pocketed the $800 winner's purse, giving him a cool $1,050 for his night's work.<br /> <br /> Clayton Turner finished in second, with McCoy in third, Jimmie Ivestor in fourth and Brant Carey in fifth.<br /> <br /> In other action, Steve "Hot Rod" LaMance beat out Dale Tims Black for the FASTRAK Pro Late Model victory. Frankie Beard finished in third, with Colby Cannon in fourth and Kyre Mullaney in fifth.<br /> <br /> Michael Segars topped the field for the Modified Street feature win. Mark Wilbanks finished in second, with Scott McJunkin in third, Ricky Chamberlin in fourth and Kevin White in fifth.<br /> <br /> Daniel Fowler came away with the win in the Hobby Stock feature, with Gerald Stanley finishing second. Robin Collins followed in third, with Mike Davidson in fourth and Brad Russell in fifth.<br /> <br /> In Stock 4 action, Bo Rutherford was first under the checkered flag for the victory, with Holden Bradshaw, Brandon Stroud, Shannon Ethridge and Jamie Massey rounding out the top five.<br /> <br /> Jeremy Hicks was the winner in the Rookie 4 feature. Mallory Burdette crossed the line in second, followed by Boo Calloway in third, Matthew Ferguson in fourth and Briana Puckett in fifth.<br /> <br /> Jackie Holden took the win in the Front Wheel Drive feature, followed by Robbie Cook and Daniel Reynolds.<br /> <br /> <strong>Lavonia Speedway - Lavonia, GA</strong><br /> <strong> Race Results - June 27, 2014</strong><br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Limited Late Models</strong></span><br /> 1. #1 Kenny Collins<br /> 2. #102 Clayton Turner<br /> 3. #187 David McCoy<br /> 4. #98 Jimmie Ivestor<br /> 5. #1A Brant Carey<br /> 6. #2 Jeff Lamp<br /> 7. #71 Mike Ashley<br /> 8. #91 Rusty Jordan<br /> 9. #73 Chris Nickerson<br /> 10. #114 Steven Segars<br /> 11. #D5 Drew Collins<br /> 12. #97 Evan Bell<br /> 13. #11 Gus Simpson<br /> 14. #17 Chris Woods<br /> 15. #1x J.R. Headen<br /> 16. #32 Bubba Russell<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>FASTRAK Pro Late Models</strong></span><br /> 1. #85 Steve "Hot Rod" LaMance<br /> 2. #07 Dale Tims Black<br /> 3. #21 Frankie Beard<br /> 4. #16 Colby Cannon<br /> 5. #2 Kyre Mullaney<br /> 6. #05 Grant Jordan<br /> 7. #07 Larry Timms Blue<br /> 8. #418 Ashley Poole<br /> 9. #14 Adam Smith<br /> 10. #21 Nathan Blay<br /> 11. #131 Vince Fanello<br /> 12. #10 Bryce Alewine<br /> 13. #98 Russell Fleeman<br /> 14. #9 Kip Cochran<br /> 15. #3 David McCoy<br /> 16. #74 Jody Farmer<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Modified Street</strong></span><br /> 1. #1 Michael Segars<br /> 2. #6 Mark Wilbanks<br /> 3. #23 Scott McJunkin<br /> 4. #3 Ricky Chamberlin<br /> 5. #4 Kevin White<br /> 6. #12 Josh Thurman<br /> 7. #8 Cody Pannell<br /> 8. #10 Chris Capes<br /> 9. #418 Greg Scoggins<br /> 10. #5 Chad Hoopaugh<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Hobby</strong></span><br /> 1. #97 Daniel Fowler<br /> 2. #25 Gerald Stanley<br /> 3. #1 Robin Collins<br /> 4. #27 Mike Davidson<br /> 5. #23 Brad Russell<br /> 6. #77 Michael Pace<br /> 7. #41 Alex Yarborough<br /> 8. #66m Danny Murray<br /> 9. #17 Matthew Bryant<br /> 10. #66r Brent Russell<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Stock 4</strong></span><br /> 1. #99 Bo Rutherford<br /> 2. #27 Holden Bradshaw<br /> 3. #17 Brandon Stroud<br /> 4. #21 Shannon Ethridge<br /> 5. #12 Jamie Massey<br /> 6. #47 Christopher Ethridge<br /> 7. # 10 Jamie Reynolds<br /> 8. #19 Robin Massey<br /> 9. #50 Shawn Mcintyre<br /> 10. #10 Tony Babb<br /> 11. #7 Todd Wade<br /> 12. #14 Mitchell Godfrey<br /> 13. #5 Thomas Segars<br /> 14. #22 Nathan Tolley<br /> 15. #1 Cody Segars<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Rookie 4</strong></span><br /> 1. #1 Jeremy Hicks<br /> 2. #5 Mallory Burdette<br /> 3. #42 Boo Calloway<br /> 4. #0 Matthew Ferguson<br /> 5. #27 Briana Puckett<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>FWD</strong></span><br /> 1. #67 Jackie Holden<br /> 2. #81 Robbie Cook<br /> 3. #0 Daniel Reynolds<br /> 4. #17 <em>Name Not Available</em><br /> 5. #10b <em>Name Not Available</em><br /> 6. #11 <em>Name Not Available</em>
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