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Freeman tops Limited Late Models at Hartwell Speedway

By Heather Rhoades
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HARTWELL, GA - Keith Freeman has had a very solid season in Limited Late Model action at Hartwell Speedway in Hartwell, GA, with consistent top five finishes giving him the division points lead. But going into Saturday night, he had yet to put a check in the feature win column for the division.<br /> <br /> At the end of the night, he could finally mark that item off his "to do" list, as Freeman held off Brandon Haley for the victory.<br /> <br /> Freeman qualified on the pole alongside multi-race winner David McCoy. At the drop of the green, Freeman powered his way to the front while McCoy dropped a few positions back. Haley wasted no time make his presence known, as he pulled alongside Freeman in the turns on several occasions. Freeman would manage to surge ahead of Haley down the straightaways and maintain a slight lead.<br /> <br /> Several cautions over the course of the feature allowed Haley to close the gap between the two, but Freeman would hold a steady line and cross the finish line a car length ahead of the rest of the field for the win. Haley finished in second, with McCoy in third, Jimmy Johnson in fourth and Stephen Segars in fifth.<br /> <br /> In other action, Danny Sanders held Adam Smith at bay to pick up the win in the SECA Late Model feature. Royce Bray crossed the finish line in third, with Nick Deitz in fourth and Grant Jordan in fifth.<br /> <br /> Jeffery Wood scored the win in the Hobby Stock feature. Nick Sellers finished in second, with Rod Roberts in third, Mike Davison in fourth and James Nash in fifth.<br /> <br /> Kole Hardy topped the field for the Modified Street victory. Rusty Jordan finished second, with Michael Segars in third, Clifton Snow in fourth and Jennifer Everett in fifth.<br /> <br /> Thomas Segars came home with the Stock V8 victory, beating out Ricky Mauldin for the win. Doug Moon, Dennis Brown and Blake Hammon rounded out the top five.<br /> <br /> Ryan Boles took top honors win the Stock Four Cylinder feature. Cy Strickland finished in second, with J.J. Garrett third, Brent Couch fourth and Shane Strickland fifth.<br /> <br /> Jeremy Hicks raced to the Young Guns feature win, with Jonathan Cheeseman finishing in second, followed by Jessica Still, Mallarie Burdette and Blake Lester.<br /> <br /> Robbie Cook won the Up Front feature. Wayne Chapman ran second, with Stacy Foster third, Keith Hicks fourth and Joel Powell fifth.<br /> <br /> Hartwell Speedway is back in action on Aug. 2. For more information, visit <a href="http://www.hartwell-speedway.com" target="_blank">hartwell-speedway.com</a>.<br /> <br /> <strong>Hartwell Speedway - Hartwell, GA</strong><br /> <strong> Race Results - July 26, 2014</strong><br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Limited Late Model</strong></span><br /> 1. #F1 Keith Freeman<br /> 2. #51 Brandon Haley<br /> 3. #187 David McCoy<br /> 4. #98 Jimmy Johnson<br /> 5. #114 Stephen Segars<br /> 6. #D5 Drew Collins<br /> 7. #22 Kyre Mullaney<br /> 8. #32 Bubba Russell<br /> 9. #21 Chris McKeehan<br /> 10. #95 Ted Crunkleton<br /> 11. #28 Chris Page<br /> 12. #71 Nick Sellers<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>SECA Late Model</strong></span><br /> 1. #4 Danny Sanders<br /> 2. #14 Adam Smith<br /> 3. #21 Royce Bray<br /> 4. #22 Nick Deitz<br /> 5. #05 Grant Jordan<br /> 6. #2 Kyre Mullaney<br /> 7. #28 Greg Pilgram<br /> 8. #10 Bryce Alewine<br /> 9. #418 Ashley Poole<br /> 10. #3 Tim Elrod<br /> 11. #87 Adam Partain<br /> 12. #21 Cameron Crowe<br /> 13. #12 David McCoy<br /> 14. #85 Steve "Hot Rod" LaMance<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Hobby</strong></span><br /> 1. #818 Jeffery Wood<br /> 2. #71 Nick Sellers<br /> 3. #44 Rod Roberts<br /> 4. #27 Mike Davison<br /> 5. #28 James Nash<br /> 6. #23 Joe Cash<br /> 7. #82 George Reece<br /> 8. #66 Brent Russell<br /> 9. #85 Rusty King<br /> 10. #7 Matt Duke<br /> 11. #1 Lee Cook<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Modified Street</strong></span><br /> 1. #30 Kole Hardy<br /> 2. #5 Rusty Jordan<br /> 3. #1 Michael Segars<br /> 4. #93 Clifton Snow<br /> 5. #19 Jennifer Everett<br /> 6. #418 Greg Scoggins<br /> 7. #6 Mark Wilbanks<br /> 8. #93 Richard Jones<br /> 9. #01 Johnathon Herrin<br /> 10. #33 Aaron McIntosh<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Stock V8</strong></span><br /> 1. #H2 Thomas Segars<br /> 2. #114 Ricky Mauldin<br /> 3. #8 Doug Moon<br /> 4. #9 Dennis Brown<br /> 5. #00 Blake Hammon<br /> 6. #505 Chase York<br /> 7. #101 Rocky Jones<br /> 8. #69 Cal Moon<br /> 9. #11 Keith Ross<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Stock Four Cylinder</strong></span><br /> 1. #15 Ryan Boles<br /> 2. #119 Cy Strickland<br /> 3. #28 J.J. Garrett<br /> 4. #28 Brent Couch<br /> 5. #19 Shane Strickland<br /> 6. #104 Dustin Bales<br /> 7. #3 Harley Holden<br /> 8. #02 Jimmy Little<br /> 9. #22 Scott Hollars<br /> 10. #10 A.J. Babb<br /> 11. #51 Jonathon Colley<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Young Guns</strong></span><br /> 1. #1 Jeremy Hicks<br /> 2. #59 Jonathon Cheeseman<br /> 3. #08 Jessica Still<br /> 4. #5 Mallarie Burdette<br /> 5. #34 Blake Lester<br /> 6. #F1 Keith Freeman<br /> <br /> <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Up Front</strong></span><br /> 1. #81 Robbie Cook<br /> 2. #73 Wayne Chapman<br /> 3. #8 Stacy Foster<br /> 4. #17 Keith Hicks<br /> 5. #89 Joel Powell<br /> 6. #45A J.J. Sorrows<br /> 7. #00k Seth Brown<br /> 8. #69 Johnathon Starrett<br /> 9. #13 Holton Bradshaw<br /> 10. #48 Adrew Smith<br /> 11. #67 Daniel Reynolds
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