Ostdiek edged Beaver by only .168 seconds at the finish line with #14 Doug Brown finishing third, #40 Michael Beamish fourth and #54 Dylan Moore in fifth in the first feature.
The second 20 lap feature saw #75 Joe Neisius from Rosemount (MN) win, but it was anything but easy. Dylan Moore #54 battled #4 Grant Brown for second before setting his sights on the leader, he finally caught Neisius with about 5 laps to go and put up a furious fight for the win right until the last corner. Moore spun coming out of turn four and lost all of those hard fought lead lap positions, he finished 17th. Neisius ending up winning by 1.738 seconds over Ostdiek with Grant Brown in third, Michael Beamish fourth and Nick Beaver finishing fifth.
With his win Joe Neisius made up a lot of ground in points on Dylan Moore. The top four are all really close, Moore now his a slim 1 point lead over Neisius with Doug Brown only 5 points back and #17 Jon Lemke now 6 points behind in the Championship Standings.
Jeremy Wolff #32 from Chaska (MN) had a clean sweep, he won both 20 lap features in the Genz-Ryan Thunder Car division. Wolff started third row outside in the first feature, he battled with #9 Adam Wiebusch for the lead before taking the top spot and holding on by .335 seconds for the win. Wiebusch was second with #99 Brent Kane in third, #07 Dillon Sellner fourth and #25 Eric Campbell in fifth.
In the second feature Wolff started fourth row inside, it took him until lap 12 to take the top spot from Dillon Sellner who had earlier taken the lead from #48 Jeff Partington. Wolff won by .556 seconds over Sellner with Brent Kane finishing third, Erick Campbell fourth and Michael Skaja filling in for Conrad Jorgenson in the 3 car finishing fifth. It was the third feature win of the season for Wolff.
After the race, Brent Kane went into the crowd, on the microphone and proposed to his girlfriend Susie Powell. The crowd cheered as she said "yes" and now the happy couple is engaged to be married.
The happy engaged couple Brent Kane & Susie Powell
With the two win night Jeremy Wolff moved up in the standings to a tie for the lead with Eric Campbell, Dillon Sellner is third in points just 7 behind the leaders and Brent Kane is still in striking distance, he is now 16 points out of the top spot.
Michael Stoer #08 from Prior Lake (MN) won the first of two Pepsi Power Stock main events, he got past early leader #56 Paul Hamilton for the top spot and then had to fight back numerous attempts by Hamilton to take the spot back. Stoer ended up winning by only .378 seconds with Hamilton finishing second, #3 Ryan Varner third, #88 Nick Oxborough in fourth and #8 Taylor Goldman finishing fifth in the 17 car field.