Lowry, Gladson, Jason McDaniel, AJ Johnson and Rick Goldsberry was the top 5 at the mid-way point. Lowry began to pull away until lap traffic slowed him down and this allowed McDaniel who worked his way by Gladson on lap 18. Lowry held off McDaniel to take the win which was worth $750 for the win, another $250 bonus for racing before making it a $1,000 win for Lowry. McDaniel finished second, Matt Lettow started 14th and finished third, Curtis VanDerWal started 20th and finished fourth and Gladson finished fifth.
Pepsi Cola IMCA Hobby Stocks feature saw Aaron Osweiler lead the first 2 laps before “The Dude” Danny Thrasher grabbed the lead away. Thrasher lead until a late race caution on lap 9 for Dale Porter in turn 2. Thrasher had to deal with Bill Bonnett on the restart and these two raced wheel-to-wheel and produced a photo finish at the line. Bonnett grabbed the win by a bumper at the line over Thrasher. Mike Hughes came home in third, Craig Brown was fourth and Jamie Songer was fifth.
Bill Davis Jr. jumped to the lead in the final feature of the night, which was the Musco Lighting IMCA Modifieds feature. Davis appeared to be heading on to the win before Colt Mather chased him down on lap 11 and Mather grabbed the lead away on lap 12. Mather went on to take the win with Davis in second. Tyler Gronenendyk grabbed third away from Tyler Vandekamp on the last lap and Bill Gibson came home fifth.
Next Wednesday night will be the start to a very busy month of racing at the Southern Iowa Speedway as the speedway will host the 18th Annual Original Budweiser Stock Car Shootout as the IMCA Stock Cars will also be action. Also racing will be the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, IMCA Hobby Stocks and IMCA Sport Compacts. There will be a special start time because City Of Oskaloosa’s fireworks will follow the races that night.