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Winter Flurry Crowns 2013 Champions

A caution bunched up the field with four laps to go, setting the stage for a late-race restart with a title on the line. Jorgensen made a pass for the lead with three laps to go to force a tie atop the points standings, but Winger won the points tiebreaker by virtue of having more victories than Jorgensen.

Maness led the way to start the Masters off-season race, but Ed Clark quickly moved into the lead and was the class of the field, leading all 15 laps of the feature.

The Bandits feature began with Abigail Marin at the point, but Smith moved into the lead on the opening lap with Leonhardi in second. A restart bunched up the field on the lap 10. Giving Leonhardi a shot at making a pass for the lead. Leonhardi took advantage, making an inside pass with four laps to go before Smith retook the lead and held off Leonhardi for the victory.

LJ Klemons was the leader to begin the Semi-Pro feature before relinquishing the lead three laps into the race as Riley Thornton and Jay Coen moved to the front of the field with Thornton at the top spot. Thornton led the remainder of the way, holding on through a green-white-checkered finish to capture the win with Coen finishing second and Amber Fleeman in third.

Kason Plott led the way to begin the Young Lions feature, leading the entire race as he held off a hard-charging Woodrow Mullis to claim the win.

Jenson Jorgensen paced the Outlaws feature to the green flag and took advantage of the good track position, leading the entire 15-lap feature with Ashton Winger finishing second and Joshua Hicks in third.

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