SIGN UP A new event at a new show jumping venue ‒ the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV ‒ will be the site of an FEI CSI 5* and CSI 2* on October 13-17, 2021.The ArenaMend Classic will take place at the spectacular five-star Greenbrier Resort, which until last year hosted a major tournament on the PGA golf tour. With stunning views of the Allegheny mountain range, the vision for this horse show with a limited number of competitors (50 5* riders and 60 2* riders) is to offer a ‘destination weekend’ experience for the riders and their families (it is unlikely at this point that large crowds would be allowed due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic). Alan Wade of Ireland will be handling the course designing duties. Livestreaming will be offered so viewers all over North America can watch the high-performance international action.Organizer Dan Carr, owner of ArenaMend, a sustainable organic footing company, and the former CEO of the now-defunct Palm Beach Masters Series, hopes to combine world-class show jumping with the resort’s wide array of sporting activities ‒ from trail riding, falconry, kayaking, fishing, mountain biking and even glass-blowing.The ArenaMend Classic joins 10 other FEI CSI5* shows on the USEF calendar and will offer prize money of $711,200. More details will be published as they become available. Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Email* Horse Sport Enews More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes. Tags: show jumping, ArenaMend Classic, Dan Carr, Greenbrier Resort,
The Ocean City Baby Parade returns for the 110th time on Thursday, Aug. 8.The annual tradition offers a chance for parents to show off Ocean City’s newest generation. The parade features children (ages 10 and under) cruising the Ocean City Boardwalk in themed strollers, wagons and floats. It starts at Sixth Street with children finishing at the Music Pier (at Moorlyn Terrace) and all other entries continuing to 14th Street.Online registration is now open for entries: www.ocnj.us/babyparade.Participants also can sign up at the Welcome Center on the ground floor of City Hall at Ninth Street and Asbury Avenue. Entry fee is $5 per child, and the registration deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6.Entries are open for bands, dance groups, cheer squads, special guests, community groups and businesses to participate. A special unit application is also available at www.ocnj.us/babyparade.Ocean City Pops TributesThe Ocean City Pops will “travel” across the pond to the United Kingdom on Sunday, July 28, for an evening that puts the spotlight on British composers, musicians and culture. The “British Are Coming” show will feature the songs of Elton John, the Beatles and Andrew Lloyd Webber, and classical composers such as Ralph Vaughn Williams and Gustav Holst. Show time is 7:30 p.m. at the Ocean City Music Pier.On Sunday, Aug. 4, the Pops will celebrate “Jersey Boys & Girls.” The concert will honor iconic artists from the Garden State: Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen, Frankie Valli, Whitney Houston, Dionne Warwick, Lesley Gore and more.Expect such hits as “That’s Life!,” “My Eyes Adored You,” “My Way,” “Alfie,” “I Will Always Love You.” Show time is 7:30 p.m. at the Ocean City Music Pier. The Brandywine Singers, Chester County Pa.’s premier vocal ensemble, will join the Pops.Visit oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice, call 609 399-6111 or stop by the Music Pier Box Office for tickets to these great shows.Families get ready for fun at Wacky Wednesday. (Photo courtesy City of Ocean City)ALSO THIS WEEKJULY 24 –Wacky Wednesday – Christmas in July: Celebrate the holiday season in July with a special craft and a visit from Santa while he is in town on vacation. Dress in red and green to participate in our wacky Christmas-meets-summer fashion show. Contest is free. Limited to 150 participants. Open to all ages. Start time: 10:30 a.m. at the Music Pier.JULY 24 – Broadway By Request: The Ocean City Pops provide a unique evening of musical theater entertainment spanning eight decades of music from the Broadway stage. 7:30 p.m. show at the Ocean City Music Pier. Visit oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice, call 609 399-6111 or stop by the Music Pier Box Office.JULY 25 – OCBP Women’s Lifeguard Invitational Races: 34th Street Beach, 6:15 pm on July 25. Women representing the 15 beach patrols on the South Jersey coast will be competing in this annual invitational race. For more information, call 609-399-6111.JULY 25 – Masterworks Choir Concert: The Masterworks Choir and the Chanteuse Singers will present John Rutter’s Mass of the Children in a free concert at St. Peter’s United Methodist Church (8th Street and Central Ave.) 7:30 p.m. Thursday. For more information, call 609-399-2988.JULY 26 and 27 –The Wedding Singer (The Musical): This production features Ocean City Theatre Company’s High School Junior Company. Based on the hit Adam Sandler movie, “The Wedding Singer” has a new score that does for the ’80s what Hairspray did for the ’60s. Performances start at 7:30 p.m. at the Ocean City Music Pier. Visit oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice, call 609 399-6111 or stop by the Music Pier Box Office for tickets.JULY 29 – Jon Anderson of YES: Backed by an all-star band, Anderson brings his best tour to-date to Ocean City to perform the music of YES, songs from his new album, 1000 Hands, and much more. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at the Ocean City Music Pier. For tickets, please visit Ticketmaster.Competitors dash into the surf during the Longport Women’s Lifeguard Races this month. (Photos courtesy of Dale Braun)COMING UP THIS SUMMERJULY 30 – Children’s Theatre Series: How I Became a Pirate: The Ocean City Theatre Company presents a fantastic musical excursion based on the book by Melinda Long. Show time is 10:30 a.m. at the Ocean City Music Pier. Visit oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice, call 609 399-6111 or stop by the Music Pier Box Office for tickets ($10 in advance, $12 day-of).JULY 31 – Wacky Wednesday – Mystery Bag: Participants will receive a brown paper bag filled with random supplies. The mission: Create an object, sculpture or unique work of art using everything in the bag. Contest is free. Limited to 150 participants. Open to all ages. Start time is 10:30 a.m. at the Music Pier.JULY 31 – Twins Contest: Prizes for those who look the most and least alike. Open to all ages. Registration is free and begins at 5:30 p.m. Contest begins at 6 p.m. in front of the Music Pier.AUGUST 1 – Sand Sculpting Contest: Registration is free and begins at 9 a.m. at the Sixth Street Beach for this informal family-friendly event. Judging takes place by 11 a.m. For more information, call 609-399-6111.AUGUST 1 – 14th Street Fishing Pier Open House: The Ocean City Fishing Club invites the public to visit the privately owned pier 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1. Visitors are asked to bring non-perishable food items or make a cash donation to the local Ocean City Food Cupboard. The club collected 82 pounds of food and $200 for the Food Cupboard at a recent Open House on July 18.Ocean City Fishing Club Pier at 14th Street will host an open house.AUGUST 1 to 3 – The 19th Annual Art of Surfing Festival: This free family event features original art from surfing’s biggest names, live music, and a chance to meet artists from across the country.AUGUST 2 to 4 – 57th Annual Boardwalk Art Show: Leading artists from throughout the East Coast exhibit and sell their work on the Boardwalk between Eighth Street and 13th Street. Traditionally an ideal place to buy fine artwork at reasonable prices. Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.AUGUST 3 – Ocean City Cars and Coffee: Exotic, classic and unique automobiles will be on display at this free event on the grounds of the Ocean City Tabernacle (500 block of Asbury Avenue) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3. Rain date is August 10. For more information visit, www.ocnjcarsandcoffee.com.AUGUST 5 – Lou Gramm of Foreigner: Lou Gramm, the original voice of Foreigner, teams up with ASIA, featuring John Payne, for an exciting night of rock featuring all the Foreigner and ASIA hits you know and love. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at the Ocean City Music Pier. For tickets, please visit Ticketmaster.AUGUST 6 – Pamper Scamper: Ocean City’s annual baby crawling race is free and registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Contest begins at 9 a.m. at the Sixth Street Beach. For babies up to 15 months old. For more information, call 609-399-6111.AUGUST 6 to 9 – “Newsies”: The Ocean City Pops and Ocean City Theatre Company present a musical based on the 1992 motion picture and inspired by a true story. Newsies features a Tony Award-winning score by Alan Menken. Show times are 7:30 p.m. August 6, 7 and 9; and 2 p.m. August 8 at the Hughes Performing Arts Center. Visit oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice, call 609 399-6111 or stop by the Music Pier Box Office for tickets. The cute factor will be high at the 2019 Ocean City Baby Parade in August. (Photo courtesy City of Ocean City)
BIG Something is currently gearing up for the release of their fifth full-length studio album, The Otherside, which is due out on April 20th and serves as a follow-up to the band’s well-received record, 2017’s Tumbleweed. If you haven’t heard of the six-piece powerhouse jam act out of Burlington, North Carolina, they’re certainly one to keep your eye on. In addition to being tapped as support for the likes of Galactic, moe., Robert Randolph, The B52s, and others, BIG Something continues to climb festival lineups and curate stronger and stronger lineups for their own festival, The BIG What?Composed of Nick MacDaniels (Guitar, Vocals), Doug Marshall (Bass), Josh Kagel (Keys, Trumpet), Casey Cranford (Sax, EWI), Jesse Hensley (Lead Guitar), and Ben Vinograd (Drums), the six-piece ensemble offers up an infectious sound that draws on rock, pop, funk, and more. With roots in improvisation, BIG Something’s live shows take the group’s extensive catalog and transform it, stretching and segueing in between tunes in an innovative way that will impress even the stodgiest and most traditional of jam band fans. Today, BIG Something debuts a brand-new tune, “Smoke Signal”, off the upcoming The Otherside. Sitting squarely in the center of the eight-song album, “Smoke Signal” stands out for its slinky and laidback feel. At points, the song is haunting, playing off the song’s mellow groove and sometimes unsettling lyrics, which are a wonderful offering from MacDaniels. A saxophone solo from Cranford is another highlight of the tune, solidifying the smokey jazz-club imagery the tone of the song invites. As “Smoke Signal” continues, it builds to a shred-heavy peak featuring Hensley before the song ends with a reverb-heavy decrescendo.Drummer Ben Vinograd had this to say about the song:You can listen to BIG Something’s “Smoke Signal” below. If you like what you hear, you can snag The Otherside on April 20th via the band’s website here.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span><span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Upcoming BIG Something Tour Dates: 3/27 – Durango, CO @ The Animas City Theatre3/28 – Frisco, CO @ The Barkley Ballroom3/29 – Denver CO @ Bluebird Theater3/31 – Teton Village, WY @ Village Commons4/3 – Bozeman MT @ The Eagles Ballroom4/4 – Missoula MT @ Top Hat Lounge4/5 – Sandpoint ID @ The Hive4/6 – Sandpoint ID @ The Hive4/7 – Seattle WA @ Tractor Tavern4/10 – Boise ID @ Neurolux4/11 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Elevate4/13 – Steamboat Springs, CO @ Schmiggity’s4/14 – Fort Collins CO @ Hodi’s Half Note4/18 – Montgomery, AL @ Capri Theatre4/19-21 – Live Oak, FL @ The Wanee Festival4/27 – Wilmington, NC @ The Big What? Wilmington4/28 – Wilmington, NC @ The Big What? Wilmington5/5 – North Charleston, SC @ Trondossa Music & Arts Festival5/25-27 – Chillicothe, IL @ Summer Camp Music Festival5/31-6/2 – Minden, WV @ Mountain Music Festival6/15 – Augusta, GA @ Sky City *6/16 – Birmingham, AL @ Slicefest6/21-24 – Rothbury, MI @ Electric Forest Festival6/28-7/1 – Rothbury, MI @ Electric Forest Festival6/29 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues **7/14-15 – Telluride, CO @ The Ride Festival7/15 – Telluride CO @ The Night Ride @ Sheridan Opera House7/19-22 – Scranton, PA @ The Peach Festival8/16 – Pittsboro, NC @ The Big What?8/17 – Pittsboro, NC @ The Big What?8/18 – Pittsboro, NC @ The Big What?8/25 – Arrington, VA @ Lockn’ Festival* w/ Too Many Zooz** w/ Umphrey’s McGeeView All Tour Dates
Related Shows View Comments An American in Paris If you’ve joined us #liveatfive, you know Broadway.com thinks Periscope, Twitter’s new live video streaming app, is “‘S Wonderful.” Now we’re getting Brandon Uranowitz to join in on the fun!The An American in Paris star will be taking over Broadway.com’s Periscope account on the musical’s opening night on April 12. Keep an eye out on Twitter, so you can ask questions, send hearts and get a close-up view of all the live excitement backstage at the Palace Theatre followed by the celebration at the after–party.So put on some fancy duds, grab a glass of bubbly and pretend you’re at the swanky party with Uranowitz and his co-stars Robert Fairchild, Leanne Cope, Veanne Cox, Jill Paice and Max von Essen on their big night. Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 9, 2016
Miss Saigon View Comments Jon Jon Briones(Photo: Matthew Murphy) The heat has hit the rehearsal room! The cast of Miss Saigon has started nailing choreography and belting their faces off for the revival’s highly anticipated Broadway bow. Broadway.com was in on the action to capture hot shots of stars Jon Jon Briones, Eva Noblezada, Alistair Brammer and the rest of the cast. Producer Cameron Mackintosh, director Laurence Connor and the production team were also on the scene. The musical returns to Broadway on March 1 with opening night set for March 23. Check out our hot shots from inside the rehearsal studio, and be sure to experience this beloved musical at the Broadway Theatre! Star Files Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 14, 2018 Eva Noblezada
Not everyone craves the professional spotlight. Some of us would rather stay in the background, doing good work and making strong contributions. Thankfully for introverts, there are many different ways to be heard and recognized to enrich your career—but it’s still on you to find the right way to get noticed.Defining an IntrovertPeter Vogt, publisher of Introvert Insights, and author of The Introvert Manifesto, Moorhead, Minnesota, says it can be challenging to find a widely accepted definition of “introvert.” “It’s better, and more accurate, to refer to yourself (or whomever) as someone ‘with a tendency toward introversion’ much of the time. The term ‘introvert’ is shorthand for something that’s a mouthful to say in everyday life.”It’s too easy to think of all introverts are the same, he notes, when they’re not. Rather, people who see themselves as introverts may share certain tendencies most of the time, defined in two ways: continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Despite having to work, Ward says it’s important to remember that on days like Christmas, those you work with are your family too. He says that if you’re working with your co-workers, everyone is experiencing the same thing. “It’s tough,” he said. “It takes a special person to work holidays and be away from your family.” New York State Trooper Ronald Ward says he tries to make the most of the time away from family when he works. Today was his first Christmas Shift with State Police. He says, “Everyone is just one big family” and “everybody is always there for eachother.” Trooper Ward says he makes up for it by being with his family before he goes to bed or the day before. (WBNG) — Although it may be Christmas, many people must work instead of spending time with their families. He says he spent the morning with his three daughters and opening presents and eating breakfast with them. Trooper Ward also says he stays awake working Christmas thanks to a caramel macchiatto.
Share LocalNews $2,000 fine for possession of 332 grams marijuana by: – May 22, 2012 Sharing is caring! Share 27 Views no discussions Share Tweet Photo credit: cannabis-pictures.comThirty one year old Stocky Antoine of Petite Savanne has been given three months to pay a $2,000 fine for possession of 332 grams of marijuana.Antoine who was charged with possession of 332 grams of marijuana pleaded guilty when he appeared before magistrate Candia Carette-George on Tuesday.According to police prosecutor Claude Weekes, members of the Drug Squad Unit of the Police Force executed a warrant on the defendant’s premises on May 21st in Petite Savanne.Although he was not present at the time, they were invited by the defendants’ mother to search the premises.During their search of a room in the basement of the premises the officers noticed three cuttings of marijuana hanging on a nail above the defendants’ bed. They continued their search outside the house and found a quantity of cured cannabis on a path leading away from the house.Antoine later returned, and was met by the police who inquired about the alleged marijuana found, to which he responded “officer the weed all you get in the place and outside is mine. It fell outside when I was running with it when I saw all you coming there”.In mitigating on her client’s behalf Gina Dyer-Munroe informed the court that her client was a “first time offender, he was extremely remorseful and he was at the mercy of the court”.She pleaded with the magistrate to consider that her client lived with this mother and sisters and that he “assists his mother with her upkeep”.She further implored the court to temper justice with mercy and not impose a custodial sentence on her client who was not gainfully employed and “deserves a second chance”.Before handing judgment, Carette George asked the defendant why he was not gainfully employed.He replied; “I plant some things on my land but they very young. Whenever the sea is calm I do a little fishing to make a little money to buy a shoe or something”.Magistrate Carette-George said because Antoine had “not wasted the courts time, was a first time offender and pleaded guilty she would impose a $2,000 fine to be paid by the 30th of September, 2012.If he fails to pay the fine on or before the ordered date, he will have to serve four (4) months imprisonment at the state’s prison.Dominica Vibes News
Shryock came into the picture and took command on lap 15. From there on, Shryock pulled away from the pack and scored the comfortable win. Schmidt was second, third went to Borchardt, Troy Jerovetz finished fourth from his 12th place starting spot and Smith was fifth. The race went caution-free. Joel Rust checked out on everybody in winning the IMCA Modified Prelude main event at Boone Speedway. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photography) Rust was already on the ballot for the 2020 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational. Kyle Brown took second, Cody Laney came from 12th to finish third, Kelly Shryock started 10th and finished fourth and Richie Gustin was fifth after starting 15th on the field. Jeremy Mills was running third on the white flag lap, slipped high in turn four and fell back to finish 11th. The 25-lap Hobby Stock feature also went flag to flag. Watson took the win after passing Kansas racer Tathan Burkhart on lap 18. Burkhart was the runner-up, Dylan Nelson ran at the front of the pack all race and finished third, Malik Sampson was fourth and Chuck Madden completed the top five. Cars from across the U.S., as well as Canada, and Australia came to Boone to test the waters prior to the start of the 37th running of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s starting on Labor Day Monday, Sept. 2. Hobby Stocks – 1. John Watson; 2. Tathan Burkhart; 3. Dylan Nelson; 4. Malik Sampson; 5. Chuck Madden Jr.; 6. Zach Ankrum; 7. Adam Ayers; 8. Matt Olson; 9. Eric Stanton; 10. Mike Smith; 11. Keeran Sampson; 12. Nick Beckman; 13. Josh VanCannon; 14. Dustin Thompson; 15. Jason Kohl; 16. Jacob Floyd; 17. John Ades; 18. Brandon Nielsen; 19. Seth Janssen; 20. Dawson DeBoer; 21. Rowan Mason; 22. Jamie Coady; 23. Tanner Jones; 24. Drew Barglof. The early portion of the Stock Car main saw Devin Smith, Jay Schmidt and defending winner Andrew Borchardt put on a show up front. Smith led the first 10 laps before Schmidt managed to nab a brief run as captain of the ship. By Joyce Eisele Modifieds – 1. Joel Rust; 2. Kyle Brown; 3. Cody Laney; 4. Kelly Shryock; 5. Richie Gustin; 6. Chris Abelson; 7. Dennis LaVeine; 8. Mike Van Genderen; 9. Tim Ward; 10. Anthony Hofbauer; 11. Jeremy Mills; 12. Todd Shute; 13. Steven Bowers Jr.; 14. Jordy Nelson; 15. Scott Hogan; 16. D.J. Shannon; 17. Cory Davis; 18. Scott Olson; 19. Drew Armstrong; 20. Eric Elliott; 21. Jeffrey Abbey; 22. Taylor Musselman; 23. Randy Havlik; 24. Eric Barnes. Logue led start to finish in the Northern SportMod feature. Logue weathered two caution flag restarts to take the victory. Tyler Soppe chased Logue the entire distance to finish as runner-up. Jake Sachau was third, Joe Docekal started 14th and finished fourth and Austin Schrage was fifth. BOONE, Iowa (Aug. 31) – A whopping 323 cars checked in to the Boone Speedway for the running of the Wild Rose Casino and Resort Prelude to the Super Nationals Saturday night and the $1,000 to win IMCA Modified feature went to Joel Rust. Feature Results Thirty-four heat races and 17 “B” features were required to set the main event grids for the Prelude. Kelly Shryock was the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car winner, John Watson topped the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature and Johnathon Logue was first to the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod checkers. On a hot streak of late, Rust started sixth and grabbed the lead from Dennis LaVeine, then fended off challenges by Kyle Brown and Jeremy Mills before pulling away on the high side. Stock Cars – 1. Kelly Shryock; 2. Jay Schmidt; 3. Andrew Borchardt; 4. Troy Jerovetz; 5. Devin Smith; 6. Jason Rogers; 7. Jeff Mueller; 8. Jesse Sobbing; 9. Elijah Zevenbergen; 10. Angel Munoz; 11. Andrew Burg; 12. Josh Daniels; 13. Kyle Brown; 14. Mike Albertsen; 15. Curt Lund; 16. Mathew West; 17. Luke Lemmens; 18. Jeremy Christians; 19. Jeffrey Abbey; 20. Hesston Shaw; 21. Westin Abbey; 22. Donavon Smith; 23. John Oliver Jr.; 24. Rod Richards. Northern SportMods – 1. Johnathon Logue; 2. Tyler Soppe; 3. Jakob Sachau; 4. Joe Docekal; 5. Austin Schrage; 6. Cody Thompson; 7. Tyler Inman; 8. Jake McBirnie; 9. Conner VandeWeerd; 10. Zach Nitsch; 11. Doug Cook; 12. Vern Jackson; 13. Bo Partain; 14. Chad Briese; 15. Colby Langenberg; 16. Dylan Vanwyk; 17. Arron Duvall; 18. Dakota Sproul; 19. Brian Efkamp; 20. Doug Smith; 21. Cole Fenske; 22. Ryan Reed; 23. Ben Chapman; 24. Chase Rudolf
Chad Ryerson made his first visit to victory lane this season at Boone Speedway following the Saturday Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photography) By Joyce Eisele The final race of the night was the 20-lap IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature. This one saw lots of action at the front of the pack as five cars went at it. Troy Jerovetz had the lead by lap two after starting eighth. Meanwhile, working through the pack was a trio of Smiths and a Schmidt. Logue finished a close second with Smith in third. Twelfth place starter Adam Birck finished fourth and Robert Moore was fifth. This Saturday, July 11 is another regular weekly program with racing in all classes along with a King of the Hill for the Stock Cars. New times are pits at 4:30 p.m., grandstands 5 p.m., hot laps 6:15 p.m. and racing at 7 p.m. Another first time winner came out of the IMCA Modifieds as Randy Havlik took the checkers in just his second night in the car. Havlik overtook Joel Bushore to put win number one in the books. Bushore held the runner-up position while Jake McBirnie took third. The race went caution-free. Ryerson started sixth and took over the top spot at lap nine but had a lot of close company coming at him hot and heavy in the likes of Doug Smith and Johnathon Logue. Smith and Logue tussled back and forth for the second position and Ryerson was content to let them do so as he raced to the win, his first at Boone this season. BOONE, Iowa (July 4) – It was a happy Chad Ryerson in his post race interview after winning the 18-lap Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod contest Saturday at Boone Speedway. The final handful of laps saw those drivers give it their all in an attempt to catch the leader, but it was all in vain as Jerovetz crossed under the checkers first. David Smith made it a close second, followed by brother Donovan Smith in third, Jay Schmidt finished fourth, and another Smith brother Devin came home in fifth. Jerovetz won for the third time this year at Boone.The Independence Day spectacular also included a rollover contest, leap of death and a night-ending fireworks display.