Long range shooting up around high school hoops – Is Steph Curry or Tony Bennett behind the trend?

By Cara Cooper Feb 16, 2019 Magna Vista freshman Spencer Hairston hit 60 3-pointers during the regular season. Three-pointers have gone up around high school basketball this season. Bulletin photo by Cara Cooper On Jan. 22, Magna Vista’s boys basketball team defeated Patrick County, 95-77. That game was far-and-away the highest scoring contest in theContinue reading “Long range shooting up around high school hoops – Is Steph Curry or Tony Bennett behind the trend?”

Bethel Motor Speedway Giving Drivers Young and Old a New Opportunity with NASCAR

BY CARA COOPER NASCAR.COM MARCH 1, 2019 Connecticut father and son racing duo Ed and Tyler Dachenhausen weren’t really sure of their plans for the upcoming race season. Living just over an hour from about four different New England tracks, Ed Dachenhausen said the two had thoughts of traveling to different tracks throughout Connecticut and NewContinue reading “Bethel Motor Speedway Giving Drivers Young and Old a New Opportunity with NASCAR”

Whitworth Family Brings Family Atmosphere to Humboldt Speedway

BY CARA COOPER NASCAR.COM FEBRUARY 27, 2019 Racing wasn’t really a sport Connie Griffith grew up with. Her son-in-law and grandsons all raced, and she enjoyed watching them, but when her daughter bought Humboldt Speedway in 1990, Griffith was still a bit of an outsider. And then she started helping out during races, working various oddContinue reading “Whitworth Family Brings Family Atmosphere to Humboldt Speedway”

Mike Looney, Motor Mile Looking Forward to 2019 Return

BY CARA COOPER NASCAR.COM FEBRUARY 19, 2019 Mike Looney began his storied racing career at Motor Mile Speedway in 1995, when he was just 16 years old. He has more good stories from races at the Radford, Virginia, track than he can remember in one sitting. There’s his first win at the track – “I can’tContinue reading “Mike Looney, Motor Mile Looking Forward to 2019 Return”