MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (May 27) – Tyler Reeser rebounded from early-season engine troubles and returned to victory lane at Williams Grove Speedway Friday night after holding off Colby Dice for the Pennsylvania Sprint Series win.Donnie Hendershot led the first lap before Reeser took over following a close race back to the line.Reeser had just seen Colby Dice drive into second when the red flag appeared on the fourth lap for a second-turn flip by Zach Newlin.Dice challenged Reeser briefly when action resumed but Reeser was up to the challenge, opening up a near straightaway advantage at points to pick up the win.Dice rode home second followed by Jaremi Hanson, Ken Duke and John Martin.John Barnett was the Wee Bee Audio and Video Hard Charger in the event, finishing eighth after starting 22nd in the feature.Feature results – 1. Tyler Reeser; 2. Colby Dice; 3. Jaremi Hanson; 4. Ken Duke; 5. John Martin; 6. Stephanie Dodson; 7. Kyle Ganoe; 8. John Barnett; 9. Cale Reigle; 10. Scott Lutz; 11. Drew Ritchie; 12. Scott Ellerman; 13. Dave Grube; 14. Geoff Gill; 15. Dave Brown; 16. Ian Detweiller; 17. Mike Alleman; 18. Kirsten Hess; 19. John Haegele; 20. Donnie Hendershot; 21. Erin Statler; 22. John Fiore; 23. John Bordlemay; 24. Zach Newlin.
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNoSystem images/iStock(COLUMBUS, Ohio) — A 4-year-old boy is on his way to someday becoming the next March Madness star with his impressive basketball skills.Videos of Calvin Shannon shooting hoops have been viewed by millions after the pint-sized prodigy was recorded while nailing long shots and even baskets from his second-story window at home.“Before he could even stand or walk he was obsessed with shooting a basketball,” dad Mike Shannon of Columbus, Ohio, told Good Morning America. “He had a heck of an arm.”Impressed by his son’s form, Shannon shared videos of Calvin on YouTube and Instagram.Famous basketball exhibition team the Harlem Globetrotters, began sharing Calvin’s videos and eventually met the tike in person.In a March 21 video posted to Twitter, Calvin’s stunned his dad by landing a near-impossible shot at a park where they live.When he’s not playing basketball, Calvin loves watching Michael Jordan documentaries and the movie, Space Jam, his dad said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund March 28, 2019 /Sports News – National This 4-year-old basketball prodigy nails impossible shots