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  1. The 4500lb. Modified 4×4 class crowned their champion at Stoneboro as the final class of the night. Brian Shilling from Distant, Pennsylvania took the point race with his “All Shook Up” Dodge but finished 2nd at Stoneboro. The winner of the final hook was Paul Stillman with his Dodge named “Playin’ Games” while Stoney Crissman who was last year’s champion finished 3rd at Stoneboro with his Colorado called “Never Enough”. Photos by Brock. Source
  2. The USA-EAST Triple Crown Series ended their seasons at Stoneboro on Labor Day evening. “Mandingo” and Shane Sanford from Punxsutawney won the Diesel Division and Kevin Nemeth from Conneaut Lake took the gasoline class championship this year with “Casper”. Both classes were extremely well received by both our clients and the fans in the stands and look to return in 2020 with a few more hooks across the region. Pullers … IF you are looking for photos of your trucks – get in touch with Brock Johnson by e-mail at “bletieguy@yahoo.com”. He has most of the Triple Crown truck photos in house and can make some great framed photos for you. Source
  3. Twenty of the USA-EAST Sanctioned Hot Rod V-8 Tractors entered the point class at the Stoneboro Fair on Monday evening. Tom Janoski from Clinton, PA got his Minn Moline with Chevy power up for a second win the past two weeks as “Old Yellow” proved the best. Former champion “Good Vibrations” was second for Dean Kibler from Hanoverton, Ohio and third place went to another former champion John Pitts from Minerva with his AC named “Outlaw Alice”. Brock got these photos. This class will finish their 2019 season at Sharon Speedway on September 14. Source
  4. A very nice field of street semis came out to the Stoneboro Fair on Labor Day to have some fun with Mike Adams from Pittsburgh taking the win with his Pete named “Az Iz”. 2nd went to the “Ditch Digger” Mack with Ted Crea on the wheel from Wexford, Pennsylvania and the third place truck was the cab-over “Midnight Affair” of Steven McClelland from Waterford, PA. These trucks will have a chance to pull again at the Super Pull at Sharon Speedway on September 14. Photos by Brock. Source
  5. Full Pull Productions updated their cover photo. Source
  6. Stoneboro at NOON. Everything is a GO for 5:00pm start. Track is going to be fine. Pits are very wet and swampy and largely unusable. Parking will be on the harness track which is solid and the early arriving vehicles will take those spaces .. so do get here early. Registration opens at 3:00pm. See you in Stoneboro. Source
  7. It was a very rainy night at the Great Geauga County Fair on Sunday night but the USA-EAST Team managed to get 80% of the pull completed. Thanks to the pullers and the fans for working hard to make sure that this happened. Winners were Allen Heasley and “Tin Man” in Classic SS – Justin Garwood with “Goat on a Rope” in RWYB – Nick Shearer “Joint Custody” with 3.0 Diesel 4×4 – Bob Lautenan in the Hot Street Semis – Bud Cronauer in Cool Street Semis. Photos by Brock. Source
  8. Fred Sanders appears to have his revamped “Silver Bullet II” Mack dialed in as he laid down a monster pass with the Cummins powered Mack to take the win at Canfield on Saturday evening in the MAC Trailer and Cen.Pe.Co. sponsored Big Rigs Pulling Series. The runner-up was Joe Giulitto and “Sneeky Pete” the CAT powered Peterbilt from Ravenna, Ohio that has won the last two Big Rigs events in Pennsylvania. Third was the current point leader in the series Justin Fredo with “Cat Scratch Fever” another Sanders Team rig from Salem, Ohio. The Big Rigs head up to Geauga County for Sunday night action. Photos by Brock. Source
  9. Allen Heasley is well on his way to a second straight championship in the Classic Super Stock division after a super win at Canfield with his IH Farmall named the “Tin Man” from Ravenna, Ohio. This class is sponsored regionally by Hubner Seed Corporation and Jim Stinson. Second went to the ever-improving “Green Broke Deere” and John Stanley from Columbiana County while third went to Jason Pitts and his new AC-D21 acquisition from Minerva – his best USA-EAST finish of the season. This class is at Burton, Ohio for Sunday evening action this week-end. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  10. Brad Berghoff from Valley Grove, West Virginia brought his full blown “Attitude Adjuster II” Ford to Canfield and went back to the Mountaineer state with a huge win in the “Run What Ya Brung” division with USA-EAST. RWYB is sponsored regionally by Warren Diesel Injection of Guys Mills, Pennsylvania. Doug Martin with the NOS fueled 650 cu.in. Chevy sponsored by HuffmansAuto.Com of Mount Pleasant was second and third went to Cliff Carnes and “Carnage” from Coshocton, Ohio a twin charger Cummins Dodge combination. This class pulls at the Great Geauga County Fair in Burton, Ohio on Sunday evening. Photos by Brock. Source
  11. Congratulations Fred Sanders and the “Silver Bullet II”. Third place out of 13 semis at Bowling Green, Ohio on Saturday night. The team will be in Meadville, PA on Friday night to compete in the Big Rigs Pulling Series. Contributed video. Some big rig action from National Tractor Pulling Championships in Bowling Green OH Source
  12. Another close point race for a USA-EAST sanctioned division … Source
  13. This Friday night at the Crawford County Fair – Meadville, Pennsylvania. It could get interesting…… Source
  14. A big night at the Buck Motor Sports for Jeff Lautenan from Jefferson, Ohio as he takes the trophy in the Big Rigs Series and captured his first ever Big Rigs victory in front of the packed house in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Buck MS owner Mike Hoff makes the presentation to the owner and driver of “Moody Blue” – Pete with CAT power. The Big Rigs head to the Crawford County Fair in Meadville, Pennsylvania for Friday night action. Source
  15. Nate August and his KW named “Work ‘N Progress” continue their winning ways this time at the Buck Motor Sports Park in Lancaster, Pennsylvania on Saturday night in the PA POSSE division. August, the current point leader with USA-EAST, put down a masterful pass to defeat the field of eight. Second went to the Martin Brothers from Lititz, PA with “Inconvenience” a Freightliner with CAT power and former champion Hank Oester from Salsibury, PA was third with “The Scrapper” International. The POSSE gets together on Sept 14 at Sharon Speedway the last eastern Ohio hook of 2019. Source
  16. Full Pull Productions updated their cover photo. Source
  17. 4:15pm at Meadville – Crawford County Fair. PULL IS CANCELLED. Both the Afternoon and the Evening sessions are “Rained Out”. 2.3 inches of rain in one hour!!! Source
  18. Winners from the Jefferson County Fair in Smithfield, Ohio on Friday night included local favorite and current USA-EAST Zeigler Diesel Open 2.5 Diesel 4×4 point leader Brandon DeFrank. Allen Heasley the current point in the Hubner Seeds Classic Super Stock Tractor division took a narrow win with the “Tin Man”. A first time winner in the Hot Rod V-8 divison was John Roy with his Minny Mo “Never Satisfied” powered by GM and the ‘hot truck’ in the Super Street GAS 4×4 class “Ungertaker’ with Ronnie Under driving took his fourth win in the last three weeks. Brock took these photos (some from file). Source
  19. The Super Street GAS 4×4 Trucks were in action again on Thursday night in Sykesville where the “Ungertaker” and Ray Unger the Chevrolet from Connellsville, PA grabbed the top spot. Just 1.4 feet back was Carl Barnhart from Needmore in Fulton County with his Ford named “Mid-Life Crisis”. And third went to Ehan Robbins from Bloomingdale, Ohio with his Ford named “Outta Control”. The current point leader “Back In Black” was 4th for Mike Lockwood which really tightened the point race going into next week-ends two season ending hooks – one at Smithfield, Ohio on Friday and the other at Meadville, PA on Saturday afternoon. Photos by Brock. Source
  20. The USA-EAST sanctioned 4500lb. Modified 4×4 Trucks opened the Sykesville event on Thursday with a very closely fought division for the 360 cubic inch small blocks. The top truck was Brian Shilling and his 2000 Dodge named “All Shook Up” as two feet covered the top three. “Playin’ Games” for Paul Stillman took the runner-up with the 1998 Dodge and current point leader “Never Enough” was third for Stoney Crissman with the Colorado Chevy. Photos by Brock. Source
  21. Sykesville Fair hosted the Triple Crown Series for Diesel 4×4 Trucks on Thursday night with a great field of trucks on hand and a super crowd in the stands. The winner was Kody Kardosh from Linesville, PA with his great running Ford named “Financial Corruption”. The second place truck was the GMC driven by Spencer Smeal from Clearfield County while third went to Pittsburgh’s Greg Scheller with a smooth running Dodge. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  22. The Triple Crown GAS 4×4 class at Sykesville went to Dustin Griffith from Marion Center, PA with the “Vortec Maximus” Chevrolet. Runner-up was the Ford named “Casper” for Kevin Nemeth from Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania and third was taken by the local area guy Gary Ellenberger from Punxsutawney with his 1982 Chevrolet. Brock took these. Source
  23. Remember the HUGE trophies that they give to the class winners at the Warren County Fair??? They are back on Friday night for the annual USA-EAST event in Pittsfield, PA. Last year’s champs – “Rutt N’ Buck” Shane McFarland and Loren Miller with “Rowdy Ram”. Source

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