Ogle Wires Carolina Clash Field

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Billy Ogle Jr. won at Volunteer Speedway on Saturday night. (VS photo)
Billy Ogle Jr. won at Volunteer Speedway on Saturday night. (VS photo)
Billy Ogle Jr. won at Volunteer Speedway on Saturday night. (VS photo)

BULLS GAP, Tenn. — The Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series made its second appearance this season at Volunteer Speedway on Saturday for the Carolinas vs. Tennessee Clash at The Gap.

The last visit to Volunteer Speedway for Billy Ogle Jr. of Knoxville back in June for the Southern All-Stars Racing Series second annual Scott Sexton Memorial ended before conclusion of the opening lap, as he got collected in a nine-car wreck on the backstretch.

Ogle set fast-time over Chad Ogle in Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series qualifying over the 24-car field representing six Southern states to earn the pole position for the 40-lap main event. Billy Ogle Jr. left little doubt as to who the class of the field was, as he rocketed out to the lead at the start and never looked back en route to cruising to the $4,000 victory.

Ogle led Chad Ogle, Vic Hill, Zack Mitchell and Mark Vineyard back around to the start-finish line to complete the first lap. While two- and three-wide racing action was taking place behind him, out front Billy “The Kid” was quickly distancing himself from Chad Ogle and Hill.

Ogle captured the $4,000 victory over Hill, Chad Ogle, Burroughs and Compton. Compton, after starting 18th and finishing fifth, earned Hard Charger award for the race.

Completing the top 10 finishers were Hedgecock, Roberts, Ferguson, Douglas and Pierce.

The finish:

Billy Ogle Jr.; Vic Hill; Chad Ogle; Anthony Burroughs; Kennie Compton Jr.; Cory Hedgecock; Casey Roberts; Chris Ferguson; Mark Douglas; Kyle Pierce; ohnny Pursley; Tim Allen; Mark Vineyard; Jonathan Edwards;  Scott Shirey; Bryan Hendrix;  Ellery Leake; Kevin Wilson;  Mark Sturgill; Bobby Mays; Anthony Sanders; Ross White; Zack Mitchell; Travis Greer

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