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CPCA opener sees Carey take aggregate

Gorst wins dash for cash

The season opener for the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association is in the books and it was an exciting four days at the Poundmaker track.

The event from June 24 to 27 had been moved to Poundmaker from its original locale North Battleford.

The final results saw BJ Carey of CDR Welding and Inspections take top spot in the aggregate with a time of 03:45.87. Logan Gorst of Logan’s Heroes was second at 3:46.59, Ryan Baptiste of Oil Can Charlie’s ran third at 3:47.84 and Danny Ringuette of Superior Concrete Pumping was fourth at 3:49.86.

CPCA reported the track record was broken three times during the four days, with Carey setting the new record on Day Three with a time of 01:14.04.

The final day saw the final Dash for Cash and it was Logan Gorst taking it with a time of 1.15.06. The outriders were Logan Pethick and Brendan Nolin.

Standings for the season coming out of Week One sees Gorst on top of the points race with 175. Carey is at 173, Baptiste at 160 and Ringuette with 154.

Next up for the CPCA schedule is Onion Lake running June 30 to July 4.