Landrum starts 10th season as IMCA contingency sponsor

first_imgMENTONE, Ind. (Feb. 25) – Landrum Performance Springs gives contingency awards to drivers in four divi­sions this season, its milestone 10th as a marketing partner with IMCA. IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod drivers competing with four Landrum-manufac­tured springs get product certificate awards. Certificates to buy one spring and get a second of equal value free go to the top three eligible finish­ers in each of the five Modified regions and both Stock Car regions, and to the top three eligi­ble competitors in national Northern SportMod and Southern SportMod standings.“Despite a hiatus of eight years in the previous decade, Landrum has returned to IMCA prominence and is one of four companies to celebrate 10 years of partnership in 2014,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “Hopefully we can recognize that accomplishment and reward a full contingent of winners using Landrum springs at the conclusion of the racing season.”Drivers in all four divisions must display two of the Mentone, Ind., company’s decals on their race car and return a sign-up form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1.Awards will be presented during the national IMCA banquet in November or mailed from the IMCA home office beginning the following week.More information about Landrum-made springs is available at the www.landrumspring.com web­site or by calling 800 424-0244.last_img read more

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DEFY Dolphins Swim Past Canoe City

first_img Latest posts by admin (see all) ELLSWORTH — The Down East Family YMCA Dolphins swam their way to a 514.5-352.5 win over the Canoe City Swim Club in their season-opening meet on Saturday.Nine-year-old Elliana Clarke of the Down East Family YMCA Dolphins glides through the water during competition at Saturday’s season-opening swim meet against the Canoe City Swim Club of Old Town.—CAROLEE BATSONELLSWORTH — The Down East Family YMCA Dolphins swam their way to a 514.5-352.5 win over the Canoe City Swim Club in their season-opening meet on Saturday.No performance was more impressive than that of 16-year-old Maks Grover.Grover, still recovering from a broken arm that occurred during the soccer season, has been training using only one arm for the past few weeks. He turned in a second-place time of 6:01.82 in the 500-yard freestyle event.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe Dolphins, with 120 swimmers on this year’s team, claimed first places in nine of the 14 relay events and set three records in the process.200-yard medley for boys ages 9-10: Sam Pelletier, Isaac Weaver, Camden Holmes, Austin Baron, 2:36.75, a team record. 200-yard freestyle for boys ages 15 and over: Ben Avery, Ben Walton, Hank Vinall, Kody Holmes, 1:51.46.Turning in first place finishes in individual events were:Boys ages 9-10Camden Holmes, 50-yard freestyle, 32.29 seconds; 100-yard freestyle, 1:12.57.Samuel Pelletier, 50-yard backstroke, 40.89 seconds. 200-yard medley for girls 13 and over: Chelsey Curran, Cecelia McEachern, Ryann Rourk, Erin Connery, 2:00.55. Girls ages 9-10Elliana Clarke, 50-yard freestyle, 38.44 seconds.Sidney Hamilton, 100-yard freestyle, 1:22.81.Ava Sealander, 50-yard butterfly, 45.10 seconds. 200-yard freestyle for boys ages 9-10: Matthew Perconti, Beckett Markosian, Ethan Vinall, Conner Wagstaff, 2:54.35. Girls ages 13-14Sarah Pickering, 100-yard freestyle, 1:14.73.Sarah Shelton, 100-yard breaststroke, 1:31.22.Taylor Wardwell, 200-yard freestyle, 2:24.49; 50-yard freestyle, 28.20 seconds. 200-yard medley for boys ages 11-12: Talor Hamilton, Cooper Holmes, Sam Alvarado, Kohl Shaw, 2:16.20, a team record. Hamilton’s leadoff 50-yard backstroke time of 30.71 seconds also was a team record. 200-yard freestyle for girls ages 15 and over: Jessie Dyer, Beth Anne Avery, Noel Farley, Lainey Cohen, 2:07.08. Boys age 15 and overBen Avery, 100-yard freestyle, 58.99 seconds.Keith Chandler, 100-yard backstroke, 1:00.00.Travis Dennison, 50-yard freestyle, 25.60 seconds.Benjamin Graves, 50-yard backstroke, 1:20.28.Kody Holmes, 100-yard breaststroke, 1:16.51. admin State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Girls ages 11-12Jessica Cohen, 50-yard butterfly, 35.46 seconds.Madelaine Pelletier, 50-yard breaststroke, 44.05 seconds.Emma Pickering, 50-yard freestyle, 34.34 seconds. Girls age 8 and underCaitlin McPherson, 25-yard freestyle, 21.06 seconds. 200-yard freestyle for girls ages 9-10; Roxy MacGregor, Nycole Wallace-DeJulio, Danyelle Wallace, Emma McKechnie, 3:43.23. 200-yard medley for girls ages 13-14: Taylor Wardwell, Sarah Shelton, Susan Bell, Sarah Pickering, 2:22.89. Girls age 15 and overLainey Cohen, 200-yard freestyle, 2:22.59.Chelsey Curran, 200-yard individual medley, 2:22.90; 50-yard freestyle, 26.18 seconds.Noel Farley, 100-yard breaststroke, 1:41.84.Cecelia McEachern, 100-yard freestyle, 1:01.29.Ryann Rourk, 100-yard backstroke, 1:11.43. For more sports news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. 200-yard freestyle for girls ages 11-12: Jessica Cohen, Ceileigh Weaver, Emma Larson-Whittaker, Rebecca Peterson, 2:27.85. Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 Latest Posts Bio Boys ages 11-12Samuel Alvarado, 100-yard freestyle, 1:09.56.Talor Hamilton, 100-yard individual medley, 1:07.67; 500-yard freestyle, 5:55.35.Cooper Holmes, 200-yard freestyle, 2:10.40; 50-yard breaststroke, 34.95 seconds.Christopher Wallace-Dejulio, 50-yard backstroke, 45.08 seconds. Boys ages 13-14Eric Cooper, 50-yard freestyle, 33.43 seconds.Harryson Vinall, 200-yard individual medley, 3:04.11.last_img read more

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