April 24, 2018

Trever Feathers wins super late model feature at Hagerstown Speedway in wire-to-wire fashion

Trever Feathers poses for a photo op after winning Saturday night's super late model feature race at Hagerstown Speedway. Photo by Kyle McFadden/MSA.

HAGERSTOWN —  The only hindrance Trever Feathers seemingly faced on Saturday night at in the Thomas All Things Automotive Super Late Model feature event at Hagerstown Speedway was lap traffic. The Winchester, Va., native cruised to a heat victory, putting himself on the pole for the 25-lap race where he obliterated the field, winning by 7.65 seconds over Andy Anderson in wire-to-wire fashion. 

It’s Feathers’ third win of the year and first at Hagerstown Speedway since 2014. His first two wins came at Winchester Speedway in Winchester, Va., where he races the most because of proximity from his race shop just a few minutes away.

“We’ve just been working hard in the shop, trying to get every advantage we can,” said Feathers, who wheeled his No. 20 Barry Wright Race Cars late model to his third career win at the speedway. “We picked up a half-second there during the week, and that sure makes a difference.”

Gary Stuhler (three wins in eight races), who finished third and reclaims the top spot in the Hagerstown Speedway points standings at 582 points, ran second for most of the night. Stuhler holds an 18-point lead over Kyle Lee, who placed seventh on Saturday.

There was one caution — on Lap 3 — where the rest of the field had another shot at hanging with Feathers. But another jolting restart put it all for naught. Feathers moves into 13th in points, 288 back of first, in just his fourth start.

Feathers also became a father about a month ago in the birth of his son, Collin Feathers.

“It’s been the craziest thing in my life,” he said. 

Rodney Walls came fourth, followed by Kenny Moreland in fifth. Marvin Winters, who sits third in the standings and 22 points back of the lead, Lee, Jason Miller, Reese Masiello and Brad Omps round out the top 10.

Tyler Emory won the late model sportsman, Craig Parrill won the purestock, Dylan Rutherford won the hobby stock and Allen Brannon won the crate late model.

Trever Feathers talks about his win with the Hagerstown PA announcer on Saturday night. Photo by Kyle McFadden/MSA.
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Kyle McFadden is a graduate from Linganore High School's Class of 2014, a sports junkie and general news-hound. He got his start as a sports writer in January 2014 for Linganore's student-run newspaper The Lance, where he wrote 13 articles. McFadden then launched his own blog in October 2014 called The Beltway Dispatch covering collegiate, local high school and professional sports. Formally known as The Beltway Dispatch, McFadden and Evan Engelhard merged respective platforms in June 2015 to make what is now Maryland Sports Access. With baseball, basketball and golf experience, McFadden brings ample knowledge to the helm of MSA. McFadden covers a wide variety of sports in football, baseball, basketball, golf, hockey, lacrosse, soccer and specializes in the collegiate and high school levels. McFadden volunteers his time at Damascus Road Community Church -- serving as a mentor to the youth, basketball coach at the varsity and junior varsity levels, and leads a small group of high school sophomores every Wednesday night. Although he's only been around journalism since January 2014, he's a high school sports reporter for The Baltimore Sun and freelancer for The Frederick News-Post. McFadden's work has also appeared in DMV newspapers The Aegis, The Capital Gazette, The Daily Times (Delmarva Now), The Hometown Observer, Howard County Times, Germantown Pulse and The Towson Times. He's also won two Mike Powell Excellence in Journalism awards and has appeared on The Best of SNO, which showcases top student work of high school and college journalists. McFadden currently studies at Frederick Community College and plans to transfer to the University of Maryland in the fall of 2018 to work on a bachelor's degree in journalism with aspirations to be a national college basketball writer.
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