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Clifton’s winning streak broken

By By Chandler Myers
Mark Clifton’s seven race win streak ended on June 21 as Shannon Lee took the checkered flag in the late model race at Flomaton Speedway.
Kevin Maher finished behind Lee in second with Tracy Sutton driving the No. 188 car to a third place finish.
Track promoter NASCAR Ron said that Lee came from Mississippi and put on a good show.
Clifton crossed the finish line in fourth place with points leader Josh Huss rounding out the Top 5.
Mike McGee, who finished just ahead of Chris Griffin, took sixth place.
David Odom, Spanky Sexton and Brandon Burkett finished in the eighth, ninth and tenth positions.
Huss leads late model points with 320 while Chris Griffin sitting in second at 284. Clifton is locked in third place with 270 points.
A double feature was run for the street stock class, which rained out on June 14.
In the make-up race Huck Gibson crossed the finish line in first place for a big win.
Bobby Resmondo finished in second place with Will Findley in third and Jarrod Johns coming across in fourth place. Tim Reeves finished in fifth.
The crowd at Flomaton saw Will Findley take home a win in the second street stock main event.
NASCAR Ron said that stands were packed on Saturday night and thinks everyone is getting ready for upcoming events.
Resmondo grabbed another second place finish to show consistency.
Evan Folmar in the No. 38 car came across in third place with Tim Reeves and Branden Kilpatrick finishing fourth and fifth respectively.
In the street stock points standings Resmondo still has a commanding lead with 405 points. Will Findley sits over 100 points back at 305 with Jarrod Johns not far behind with 289.
Doc McDaniel celebrated a win in the bomber class on Saturday night.
James Bradley finished in second place with Eddie Hammonds racking up a Top 3 finish. Rusty Peacock and Andrew Findley rounded out the Top 5.
Jamie Young car still lead the bomber points with 371. Eddie Hammonds has a firm grasp on second place with 354 points and Levi Wales sits alone in third with 207.
Aaron Kiaunis, who sits at second in the points, won the stinger class.
Corey Gauge came across the runner-up with Jimmy Boyington hot on his bumper in third.
Ronald Ross finished fourth with Ernie Hall taking home a Top 5 finish.
Boyington’s 346 points are enough to keep a small eight-point lead over Kiaunis in the stinger standings.
Brian McCreary sits in third place with 285 points.
NASCAR Ron added that if people want to know about upcoming events or other specials the Speedway offers to go to their Web site at http://www.flomatonspeedway.com.