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March 19, 2013

North Georgia Speedway: Litchford kicks off schedule with a win

Justin Litchford outdueled runner-up Shaun Chastain in the Limited class as racing returned with a full slate of action Saturday at North Georgia Speedway in Chatsworth.

Other winners were Caleb Boling (Sportsman), Billy Callahan (Economy Hobby), Grady Stokes (Pony), Jeremy Holtzclaw (Modified Lites), Randy Walston (Modified Hobby) and Jason Welshan (Crates).

Callahan, who dominated the racing at the track last year, finished ahead of Greg King and Tate Nichele, who finished second and third, respectively. In Sportsman, Timmy Millwood was second, followed by Delbert Haynes. Bruce Kimber was second in Pony with Natasha Stokes in third. In Modified Lites, Terry Martin finished second with Brent Jones coming in third. Greg Tinker was second in Modified Hobby, and Mark Bishop was third. In Crates, Tod Hernandez finished second, followed by Brad Coffey.

Racing returns Saturday with a full slate of action scheduled. For more information, visit northgaspeedway.net.

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