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Michael Savaloja

Savaloja is the sports lead writer for The Jamestown Sun.

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Savaloja: "I don't know if I ever measured up, but I'll always be grateful for the opportunity and my time at The Sun."
Jordan Zillmer arguably would've celebrated Saturday's win at Jamestown Speedway by hoisting himself onto the roof of his car in victory lane.
For 25 laps, Hibdon ran second to Eddie Belec, of Arvada, Colorado, but he was able to sneak underneath Belec to lead the final five circuits and claim victory in his first Dakota Classic appearance.
Jamestown brushed aside the Minot Metros on Thursday, limiting the visitors to four total hits in the doubleheader while moving to a perfect 14-0 in the American Legion Class A West Region standings with four conference games remaining.
If everything would've sailed as smoothly as Gage Orr locking down the seventh-inning safe Tuesday night at Jack Brown Stadium, the Jamestown Post 14 Eagles would've been sleeping at 11 p.m. instead of still playing baseball.
The Milnor, North Dakota driver simply said he was searching for a little more speed five laps into coasting from wire to wire.
The 21-year-old Bismarck driver won his first career IMCA Modified feature race during Jamestown Speedway's annual Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular.
Not only has Preston Martin repaid mom, the owner of Lady J's Catering & Decor in Bismarck, for kickstarting his INEX legends career, but the 25-year-old also notched his first Jamestown Speedway victory during Sunday's annual Fireworks Spectacular.
Jamestown tops the A's 7-6 and 6-0 to improve to 10-0 in the Class A West Region standings.
Fourth of July racing and fireworks will remain a tradition this Sunday at Jamestown Speedway.