LEBANON, Tenn. – IMCA drivers planning to chase national championships didn’t have to wait long to learn that QuickCar Racing Products would continue its slate of awards for top drivers in all eight divisions.IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMods national champions all receive 3-gauge panels while the national Late Model champion gets a 4-gauge panel set and both the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car and Mach-1 Sport Compact national champions receive 2-gauge panel sets from the Lebanon, Tenn., manufacturer.Now in its sixth year of IMCA sponsorship, QuickCar introduced its understandably popular program of awards for national champions in 2015.Champions crowned during the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s take home QuickCar tachometers, as does the champion at the Sprint Nationals.National champions will receive their awards during the IMCA banquet in November. Super Nationals and the Sprint Car Nationals awards will be presented in victory lane.QuickCar manufactures a wide variety of high performance products that also includes volt meters, water pressure kits, tachometers and switch panels.Information about the complete QuickCar line of products is available at the www.quickcar.com website, by calling 800 997-7333 and on Facebook.“The renewal of the QuickCar program is great for us and just another reason to compete for a national championship in 2018,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “The battle will be wide open this year and we can anticipate it will come right down to the last weekend in September as it always does.”
Having missed out on Champions League qualification, Tottenham face an anxious summer as they wait to discover whether Bale will sign a new contract with them or move on to one of Europe’s top clubs. Zidane ranked the Welshman in the same bracket as Real’s own star player Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona’s Lionel Messi. Zidane told reporters: “I’ve been watching Tottenham because Gareth Bale has been playing there. Aside from Ronaldo and Messi, he is the player who has impressed me the most in the world. He is outstanding.” Real Madrid ambassador Zinedine Zidane believes Gareth Bale is among the top three players in the world and “more than good enough” for the Spanish giants. Press Association He added: “What has particularly impressed me is that he is consistent. It’s not just been in one or two matches. “He is consistently scoring spectacular goals and very important goals. He is very quick, skilful and exciting. “Of course all the talented players like that can come to Real Madrid. Is he good enough for Real Madrid? Of course. He is more than good enough to play for Real Madrid.”
Tags: girls lacrosseMarcellusWesthill But though Vetsch had five goals and Canny added three goals, no other Mustangs player helped them, and Westhill, with more options, fought their way in front during the second half.True, Rebecca Gilhooley had three goals and three assists, but aid came from Caroline Miller and Gianna Zerrillo, who each scored twice. Also, Reilly Geer, Grace Winkler and Kendra MacCaull earned goals, negating the nine saves from Marcellus goalie Kenai Cameron.A day earlier, neither team had much stress as Westhill went to Tully and prevailed 14-5 over the Black Knights, while Marcellus dominated Jordan-Elbridge in a 19-2 decision. Not wasting much time, Marcellus steadily built a 13-1 halftime advantage on J-E and just kept going, Katy Wangnsess leading the way with five goals as Vetsch got three goals and three assists.Canny also scored three times, adding two assists as Sarah Hutchings had two goals and one assist. Casey Conklin got a goal and two assists, with Lily Locastro, Madison Green, Maisie Moses, Madeline Caron and Elena Shaw also converting.Gabby Smart and Chelsea Curtis earned J-E’s lone goals, and Gabby Skotinski was busy in the net for the Eagles, finishing the night with 12 saves.Earlier that day, Westhill had a rare game on a natural-grass surface, but still took control against Tully late in the first half, building an 8-2 advantage on the Black Knights.And the Warriors protected that lead well, with three-goal hat tricks from four different players –Gilhooley, Winkler, Zerrillo and MacCaull. Gilhooley also had five assists, with Miller getting three assists and Winkler two assists. Franny Argentieri stopped nine of the 14 shots she faced.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story With the Westhill girls lacrosse team planted at no. 2 in the state Class D rankings and Marcellus still in the no. 6 spot, a whole lot of importance was attached to Wednesday night’s meeting besides the natural rivalry the two schools share.Knowing that they might meet each other for higher stakes later in the month, the Mustangs got the best part of the early going, but later on it was the Warriors, strong on both ends, able to take charge and pull out a 10-8 victory.As it turned out, the Mustangs were a two-player attack. Anna Vetsch and Laura Canny were responsible for every single goal during an active first half, and their work was enough to inch Marcellus in front 6-5 going to the break.
Trap and the FAI Festival of Football rolled into Finn Park yesterday.The Irish soccer boss and his number two Marco Tardelli chatted with hundreds of fans including Harps boss Peter Hutton.Many thanks to Gerard McHugh for the photos. TRAP BRINGS FESTIVAL FEVER TO FINN PARK – IN PICTURES was last modified: July 21st, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Festival of FootballFinn Park