ALGER — Two records were broken at Skagit Speedway on Saturday ... and that was before the main events of the night had gotten the green flag.

Seth Bergman and Kelsey Carpenter each set track qualifying times in their respective sprint-car divisions. Bergman set a 360-classification record in 11.252 seconds, and Carpenter set a sportsman sprint-class record in 12.059.

Michael Bollinger claimed the victory in the sportsman sprint main, finishing first in a field that included second-place finisher Jesse Schlotfeldt and third-place finisher Brett McGhie.

Sean Johnson and Joe Lyon were fourth and fifth, respectively, in the 25-lap race.

Kevin Smith won the modified main, with the top five rounded out by Craig Moore, Rick Smith, Roger Drake and Carl Franssen.

Cory Swatzina and Steve Parker won the sportsman sprint heat races. Graham Cook and Kevin Smith won heat races in the modified class, and Brock Lemley and Cam Smith won the 360 heat races.

T.J. Campbell and Jon Gunderson won the heat races for the outlaw hornet class.

Complete results were not available at press time.

Reporter Trevor Pyle: 360-416-2156, tpyle@skagitpublishing.com, Twitter: @Sports_SVH, Facebook.com/bytrevorpyle

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