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posted April 29, 2002 10:10 PM  
Clement, Pritchett are Super Sunday Series winners at Kennedale
KENNEDALE, Texas (April 28) Š Points races in both divisions got a little more interesting, as a pair of first-time winners raced to victory lane in the latest installment of the Day Motorsports Texas Super Sunday Series.
Kevin Clement topped the I.M.C.A. Sunoco Modified main event, while Duain Pritchett posted the I.M.C.A. Sunoco Stock Car win at Kennedale Speedway Park.
Clement is the sixth different driver to win in as many Modified events held thus far and went home to Ivanhoe with a $600 check. Max Eddie Thomas of Quinlan was second, Chris Bragg of Springtown was third and Glen Hibbard of Euless fourth.
Two-time defending champion and current points leader Henry Witt Jr. of Waco finished in the middle of the pack. Thomas edged into second in the overall standings with his runner-up effort.
The top six drivers in the Stock Car points race coming into Sunday also made up the top six in the main event.
Pritchett, from Combine, followed up his Saturday win at KSP with a $300 first-place showing the next day. Jeff Turner of Dallas, defending series champion Mark Mohon of Sulphur Springs and Kevin Sustaire of Emory rounded out the top four.
QuinlanÕs Tim Clonch was fifth. His advantage over Turner in the points race lead is now four.
DriversÕ 10 best finishes over the course of the series will be used to determine champions in both divisions. The Modified championship will be worth $2,000 and the Stock Car title pays $1,000.
Nine dates remain on the schedule for the Modifieds, with eight left for the Stocks.
Both divisions are in action again this Sunday, May 5, at North Texas Motor Speedway in Royse City, and on May 19 at 281 Speedway in Stephenville.

Modified Feature Results
1. Kevin Clement, Ivanhoe;
2. Max Eddie Thomas, Quinlan;
3. Chris Bragg, Springtown;
4. Glen Hibbard, Euless;
5. John McNeil, Denton;
6. Kevin Simpson, Flint;
7. Robbie Watkins, Blue Ridge;
8. Scotty Brown, Seagoville;
9. Eric Doriot, Plano;
10. G.W. Egbert, Salado;
11. Varian Sisson, Springtown;
12. William Gould, Amarillo;
13. Billy Garza, Forney;
14. Henry Witt Jr., Waco;
15. James Holder, Waco;
16. Tim Clonch, Quinlan;
17. Mike Hathcock, Duncanville;
18. Doug Hibbard, Colleyville;
19. Justin Spoerl, Mesquite;
20. Tommy Davis Jr., Wills Point;
21. Darryl Campbell, Everman;
22. Terry Dumas, Stephenville;
23. Danny Caldwell, Princeton;
24. Dan Day, Princeton.

Top 20 Point Standings
1. Witt, 197;
2. Thomas, 183;
3. Garza, 182;
4. Doug Hibbard, 181;
5. Gould, 173;
6. Clonch, 170;
7. Brown, 165;
8. Wesley Veal, Princeton, 151;
9. Clement, 139;
10. Holder, 128;
11. Keith McCullough, Pottsboro, 123;
12. Chris Watkins, Blue Ridge, 118;
13. Egbert, 116;
14. Robbie Watkins, 112;
15. Glen Hibbard, 106;
16. Allen Williams, Hutto, 80;
17. Glen Dale Allen, Austin, 76;
18. Doriot, 73;
19. David Alan McKay, Van Alstyne, 72;
20. Joshua McGaha, Brownwood, 69.

Stock Car Feature Results
1. Duain Pritchett, Combine;
2. Jeff Turner, Dallas;
3. Mark Mohon, Sulphur Springs;
4. Kevin Sustaire, Emory;
5. Tim Clonch, Quinlan;
6. Mike Greer, Garrison;
7. Chris McDonald, Carrollton;
8. Tom Earl III, Alvarado;
9. Chad Estes, Troy;
10. Brandon Ellison, Denton;
11. Tommy Davis, Wills Point;
12. Mike Miles, Keller;
13. Windy Hall, Everman;
14. Daniel Reid, Henderson;
15. David White, Mesquite;
16. Kenny Timmons, East Tawakoni;
17. Dusty Mergell, Flower Mound;
18. Joey Craig, Nolanville;
19. Gary Miller, Azle;
20. Randy Miller, Balch Springs;
21. Kenneth Doan, Henderson;
22. Travis Evans, Bullard;
23. Rayce Koen, Quinlan.

Top 20 Point Standings
1. Clonch, 229;
2. Turner, 225;
3. Pritchett, 216;
4. Mohon, 214;
5. Greer, 208;
6. Sustaire, 179;
7. Estes, 154;
8. Reid, 130;
9. Timmons, 126;
10. P.J. Egbert, Copperas Cove, 113;
11. Paul Peters Jr., Nevada, 99;
12. Doan and Earl, both 92;
14. McDonald and Charlie Wilson, Denton, both 89;
16. J.W. Johnson, Abilene, 72;
17. Evans, 59;
18. Miles and Bobby Morgan Jr., Dallas, both 57;
20. Mark Bullock, Sunnyvale, 51.

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