Golf scores 8.18
Aug. 3: Two-man: 1st Flight: 1st Flight: Earl Buchanan and Jim McCutcheon -18, Bob Borer and Chuck Culver -14, Pete Bianchi and Dave Jaworski -13; 2nd Flight: Doug March and Frank Ligon -14, tie Steve Samuel and Tom Sweeney, Bill Wood and Jack
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Jump was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 24.00 x 36.00 inches and the image size is 24.00 x 36.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing. Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framing. Print Title: JumpPaper Size: 24.00 x 36.00 inches, Publisher: Everett Collection.
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Jump was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 11.00 x 17.00 inches and the image size is 11.00 x 17.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing. Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framing. Print Title: JumpPaper Size: 11.00 x 17.00 inches, Publisher: Everett Collection.
(August 14, 2016 – Senoia, GA) Michael Page of Winston clean swept the racing action on Saturday night at Senoia Raceway as he qualified the fastest and then led every lap to claim the top prize in the Friends of the Dream 40 presented by Zen... Page held off a late race challenge from Alabama’s Tom Maddox to secure the victory pocketing $3000 in purse money and an additional $2000 in money put up by the fans and sponsors. Newnan’s Marty Lunsford also went to victory lane for the first time behind the wheel of his Crate Late Model while Senoia’s Clint ‘Cat Daddy’ Smith nabbed his twelfth win of the season in the Limited Late Models. Parrish Duncan of Newnan won the B Cadet feature and Whitesburg’s Blant Duke topped the Hobby Stocks. Tennessee’s Brad Gladden made the long trip worthwhile besting the Mini Stock and Junior Hardy of Mansfield one his first career feature at the Bull Ring winning the Bomber division main event. Page shot out to the lead at the drop of the green flag as he showcased his prowess for the unique ‘gumbo’ clay that continues to bring drivers and fans to Senoia Raceway. Page let the racing for position stay behind him as the 27-car starting field scrambled three and sometimes four wide to gain position on each other. It was the first time for the Ultimate Late Model Series to visit the ‘Bull Ring’ and many of the series regulars struggled with the slick, but racy surface. Points leader Dennis ‘Rambo’ Franklin of Gaffney, SC, started fourteenth while his nearest points rival, Kenny Collins of Colbert, started just in front of him in twelfth. Franklin would settle into the top side finding some speed as the laps clicked off, but Collins night would end on lap 16 restart after tangling with Clint Smith. The Friends of the Dream 40 defending champion, Joe Armistead, Jr. , of Senoia, began his charge to the front on lap 22. Armistead made his way into the top five before having a left rear tire go flat after battling for the fourth place position. Armistead would be relegated to the rear of the field after having to slide into the pit area. Lapped traffic slowed the leader Page over the final few laps, but Tom Maddox could not take advantage and settled for the runner-up position as Page crossed the finish line first. Acworth’s TJ Reaid was third followed by Toccoa’s Casey Roberts and Armistead, Jr. who sliced and diced way back into the top five before running out of laps. Senoia Raceway’s young guns showed their growth throughout the Crate Late Model feature on Saturday. Current points leader Marty Lunsford came into the event zeroing in on a season points title and then qualified second to last year’s points champion Bobby Mills of Griffin. As the two accepted the green flag, they race side by side with Mills applying a little rub to the youngster as they came out of the fourth turn on lap one. Lunsford held his ground and slid past the defending champion. Lunsford would get a challenge again later on in the fray as he and fellow teenager Dylan Knowles of Alabama would square off. The two almost duplicated the battle from earlier in the race as they raced side by side touching briefly on the front stretch. Nothing was going to rattle the determined Lunsford as he powered ahead charging to his first career win at Senoia Raceway. Newnan’s 20-year-old Corey Payton had a strong campaign gaining a podium finish in third while LaGrange’s Colby Darda was fourth. Sharpsburg’s Wayne Harbin rounded out the first five. A fun race to watch took place in the B Cadet feature. Parrish Duncan led the race while Locust Grove young gun Clyde Alexander waged war with Sharpsburg’s Dennis Lykins, Jr. The duo swapped the second place position back and forth with Alexander making a run for the leader before making a slight... As the field charged down the back stretch of the final lap, Duncan secured his position leaving Lykins in second and Alexander hustling in third. Alexander went into the turn a little too hard and caught Lykins in the rear quarter panel with both cars spinning as the checkers flew over Duncan. Covington’s Sam Carter took advantage to move past into second with Newnan’s Bobby Arnold crossing in third. In the Bomber finale, drivers ran three wide for the top three positions in front of a three wide tussle for the next three positions. Whitesburg’s Ricky Neill would come out of the opening lap theatrics with the lead, but Junior Hardy would overtake him the next lap.
Tom Yum Koong Soup (chilies, chile paste, fish sauce, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, lemon grass, lime, mushroom, shrimp, soup, water, sugar)
Tom's Salsa Ranch Chicken Sandwich (chicken, bread, butter, cheddar cheese, lettuce, onions, ranch dressing, tomato)
Cheaters Tom Yum Seafood Recipe (shrimp, chilli, chili powder, fish fillets, mushroom, french beans, coconut milk, water)
Tom Valenti's Lamb Shanks (anchovy fillets, bay leaf, beef broth, black pepper, carrot, kosher salt, garlic, lamb, thyme, onions, olive oil, red wine, celery, sugar, tomato paste, white wine, white wine vinegar)
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