OXFORD, Maine – The fans watched Ricky Morse seemingly become the ninth different winner in 12 Oxford Networks Late Model features this season Saturday night at Oxford Plains Speedway.

The technical inspection staff discovered something different, awarding Tim Brackett the 40-lap victory after Morse was disqualified for an illegal carburetor spacer in his ride.

Brackett became only the second repeat winner of the season in Oxford's top division, joining four-time winner Travis Adams.

Don Wentworth held off Adams' charge at the line for what would become second. Jeff White wound up fourth, with Shawn Knight fifth.

Skip Tripp's bid for a record-shattering 19th career Allen's Coffee Flavored Brandy Strictly Stock victory fell one spot shy and was stymied by a rookie.

Rick Spaulding borrowed the Dennis Dee memorial #88D and led wire-to-wire for the 30-lap win, his first in the Championship Series.

Tripp took second, followed by Mike St. Germain, Matt Williams and Larry Emerson.

Spaulding was the second rookie to find victory lane on the evening.

When leaders Jimmy Childs and Darrell Moore tangled at the front of the Allen's Mini Stock field, rookie Calvin Rose Jr. was in the right place to inherit his second straight 30-lap triumph.

Rose denied a late charge from point leader Justin Karkos to score the victory. Defending champion Ashley Marshall completed the top three, trailed by first-year Mini competitor Jake Burns and Larry Melcher.

Guy Childs stormed to his second Chimney Tech Outlaw victory of the season, breezing to the front in an action-packed, 20-lap encounter.

Steve Moon emerged from a nine-car battle for second with Josh Childs, Chris Burgess and Jerry Freve giving chase.

Dottie Patria tightened her grip on a likely second straight Agren Appliance Saturday Showdown title with her sixth Allen's Ladies victory of the season.

Tori Burgess and Missy Morgan continued the theme of terrific nights for rookies, finishing second and third. Missy Blash was fourth with Annie Chartier a career-best fifth.

OPS will crank it up four straight nights next week, starting with the Acceleration Series on Wednesday. The Agren Summer Slam will run its championship round Thursday, followed by the JARRacing Photography Go Kart Series championship night and triple features Friday and the Championship Series. Starting time each night is 6:30 p.m.

OXFORD NETWORKS LATE MODEL (40 laps): 1. Tim Brackett, Buckfield; 2. Don Wentworth, Bridgton; 3. Travis Adams, Canton; 4. Jeff White, Winthrop; 5. Shawn Knight, South Paris; 6. Ricky Rolfe, Albany Township; 7. Jimmy Childs, Leeds; 8. Kenny Harrison, Pownal; 9. Scott Luce, Strong; 10. Shawn Martin, Turner; 11. Tommy Ricker, Poland; 12. Al Hammond, Paris; 13. Corey Morgan, Lewiston; 14. Ben Ashline, Pittston; 15. Gary Chiasson, Peru; 16. Tyler Knightly, Paris; 17. Gerald Parlin, South Paris; 18. Jason Larrabee, Raymond. DQ: Ricky Morse, St. Albans.

ALLEN'S COFFEE FLAVORED STRICTLY STOCK (30 laps): 1. Rick Spaulding, Lisbon; 2. Skip Tripp, Poland; 3. Mike St. Germain, Auburn; 4. Matt Williams, Brownfield; 5. Larry Emerson, Durham; 6. Mike Short, Auburn; 7. B.J. Chapman, Bridgton; 8. Derek Farrington, Freeport; 9. Keith Stuart, Naples; 10. Zach Emerson, Durham

ALLEN'S COFFEE FLAVORED MINI STOCK (30 laps): 1. Calvin Rose Jr., Turner; 2. Justin Karkos, Jay; 3. Ashley Marshall, Jay; 4. Jake Burns, Gray; 5. Larry Melcher, Livermore Falls; 6. Butch Keene, Turner; 7. Jeff Beaule, Lewiston; 8. Matt Moore, South Paris; 9. Kevin Bishop, South Paris; 10. Darrell Moore, Mechanic Falls; 11. Nik Coates, Lisbon; 12. Jimmy Childs, Leeds; 13. Dale Durgin, Oxford; 14. Bob Martin, Turner; 15. Dale Brackett, Oxford; 16. Dan Morris, Auburn; 17. Travis Dunbar, Lisbon; 18. Shane Kaherl, Jay.

CHIMNEY TECH OUTLAW (20 laps): 1. Guy Childs, Turner; 2. Steve Moon, Gray; 3. Josh Childs, Oxford; 4. Chris Burgess, Sabattus; 5. Jerry Freve, Buckfield; 6. Dan Brown, Peru; 7. Doug Degroat, Oxford; 8. Zach Bowie, Lisbon; 9. David Childs, Oxford; 10. Steve Brill, Bridgton; 11. Addison Bowie, Auburn; 12. Phil Knowlton, Poland; 13. John Patria, Turner; 14. Mike Blash, Oxford; 15. Todd Bisbee, South Paris; 16. Jerry Goss, Mechanic Falls; 17. Jim Davis Jr., Sabattus; 18. Ryan Robbins, Dixfield; 19. Scott Hethcoat, Danville Junction.

ALLEN'S COFFEE FLAVORED BRANDY LADIES (20 laps): 1. Dottie Patria, Turner; 2. Tori Burgess, Sabattus; 3. Missy Morgan, Lewiston; 4. Missy Blash, Oxford; 5. Annie Chartier, Mexico; 6. Deanna Robertson, South Paris.