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Strachan soars to fifth feature win of season

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If you come at the king, you best not miss.

That's what all of the other drivers are starting to find out in the WISSOTA Modifieds division of the Borderland Racing Association.

Brody Strachan of Emo roared to his division-leading fifth checkered flag of the season on Saturday night at the Emo Speedway.

The three-time defending points champ cruised to yet another victory over the likes of Matt DePiero of Fort Frances and Tyler Brown of Rainy River.

Brandon Pelepetz of Emo took fourth while Brady Caul of the Fort rounded out the top five.

Strachan's win also widened his points lead to 59 over Brown (845-786).

Pelepetz currently sits third in the points standings (717), Ron Korpi of the Fort is fourth (705), while Gary Wilson of Devin is well back in fifth (616).

In WISSOTA Midwest Modifieds action, meanwhile, two-time defending champ Cody Ossachuk of the Fort nailed down his first feature win of the season.

Ossachuk nabbed the checkered flag ahead of James Lambert of the Fort and Wyatt Boyum of International Falls.

Edward Bell (Winnipeg, Man.) was fourth while Ritchie Lapointe of Emo rounded out the top five.

The win also put Ossachuk 18 points ahead of Lambert in the standings (787-769).

Mike Wilson of Devlin sits third (730), Tanner Williamson of the Fort is fourth (619), while Keelan Hall of Kenora is fifth (589).

And in the Street Stocks division, Jake Froemke of the Falls garnered his third win of the season.

Froemke claimed the checkered flag ahead of defending champ Tylar Wilson and Raice Westover (both of the Fort).

Jesse Thompson of Emo was fourth while Jyllian Westover of the Fort rounded out the top five.

Raice Westover's third-place finish on Saturday was still enough to keep him in the points lead with 816.

Wilson is just 11 points back with 805 while Thompson is third (776).

Dean Kellar of Devlin currently sits fourth (746) while Jyllian Westover is fifth (728).

Racing resumes this Saturday, with hot laps starting at 7 p.m. and the first race to follow at 7:30 (weather permitting).

In Borderland Kart Racing action at the speedway on Friday night, meanwhile, both feature races saw new winners.

Ryder Miller claimed the checkered flag in the Junior class while Cameron Brown nabbed the honour in the Advanced class.

Racing resumes this Friday at 7 p.m. (weather permitting).

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