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Sheldon Howdenschild (Pictured by Trent Gower)

Beaver Dam, Wes. – A new year, some new dirt and brand new conditions can do nothing to deter the familiar Sheldon Hawdenshield path to victory lane at Beaver Dam Raceway.

Wooster, Ohio, topped all 35 laps of Friday’s World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint on the third mile track, joining Joey Saldana and Brad Sweet as the only driver to rack up consecutive wins at the Jim “JB” Boyd Memorial.

His second straight win on the track saw Stenhouse Jr. come back. 17 Marshall Racing takes the top spot as the best team of the season with six points.

It was a win that meant something extra, too. At age 28, Sheldon’s 28th career win with the series officially led the Haudenschild family to 100 combined wins in the World of Outlaws, after his father Jack’s 72.

Haudenschild established a solid track record (11.025 seconds) in qualifying, dominating the car’s dash and dominating the advantage from start to finish. It was his fourth win in his last eight matches.

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Sheldon Howdenschild takes the checkered flag at Beaver Dam Raceway. (TWC photo)

“This is all my comrades,” declared Haudenschild. [Kyle] Reaper is a smart guy and we have Steven [Hamm-Reilly] and Jacob [Weaver] Their tails work. They deserve these victories as much as anyone else. We only needed a little time to click, but now we’re taking advantage of it. It’s great that my dad and I get up to 100 wins. I have a way to go catch him, but we’ll keep clicking away.”

Carson Macedo was chasing the Haudenschild to the checkered flag with his second score of the season. Five-time winner Jason Johnson Racing was strong all night in 41st, but struggled to capitalize on every Haudenschild restart and subsequent advance in traffic.

Macedo got one last chance at Hill Mary on the last lap, but couldn’t muster a big enough run and settled on the margins of a 514-second victory when all was said and done.

“The lap cars were tough tonight,” Macedo said. “You really had to walk around them with the amount of bottom grip. I knew this was probably my best bet, but I couldn’t get there when I needed to. Definitely a great night, and we’ll take this to tomorrow hoping for a win.”

David Gravel finished second on the podium for the first time in over two months.

“It feels good to be back on the podium,” Gravel noted. “I felt like we might have had a car fast enough to win, but you need a perfect start to how the track is – and we got that – but that red flag to start really hurts us. I’m thinking tomorrow night we’ll probably see a different track. We don’t want to be third here. , but I’ve been off the stage for a while, so it’s a good idea to bring Cody [Jacobs]See [Bowman]Zack [Patterson] Back up here where they belong.”

The red flag that Gravel mentioned was a three-car crash involving Kraig Kinser, JJ Hickle and Josh Schneiderman lower back on the opening lap. Player 2 had taken the lead early on in the lead, but the bad triple-flip happened before everyone could complete the first lap. In the ensuing reboot, Ruth Motorsports’ James McFadden went one wild ride at the first rink.

the end:

Feature (35 laps): 1. 17-Sheldon Howdenschild [1][$10,000]; 2. 41- Carson Macedo [3][$5,500]; 3. 2- David Gravel [2][$3,200]; 4. 5-Spencer Paystone [4][$2,600]; 5. 1S- Logan Schuchart [5][$2,350]; 6. 49-Brad Sweet [9][$2,150]; 7. 24-Rico Abro [8][$2,100]; 8. 18- Giovanni Chelsea [13][$1,950]; 9. 15- Donnie Schatz [7][$1,900]; 10. 8 – Aaron Roetzel [6][$1,850]; 11. 9- Cassie Kahn [16][$1,400]; 12. 3Z- Brooke Zervos [14][$1,200]; 13. 73- Scotty Thiel [12][$1,000]; 14. 20G- Noah Gas [21][$950]; 15. 23- Russell Borland [23][$900]; 16. 68- Dave Otik [24][$900]; 17. 7S- Ruby Price [15][$900]; 18. 1a – Jacob Allen [11][$900]; 19. 39- Jake Blackhurst [17][$900]; 20. 83- James McFadden [10][$900]; 21. 1AU – Marcus Domsny [19][$900]; 22. 25- JJ Heikal [18][$900]; 23. 11K-Kraig Kinser [20][$900]; 24. 49J- Josh Schneiderman [22][$900].