Anders Adds to His Win Total
A Bittersweet Weekend for Anders
GREENVILLE, SC - It was a sad, emotional, yet triumphant evening for Anthony Anders Saturday night at Greenville-Pickens Speedway. Anders, currently the NASCAR National Late-Model Stock points leader, the South Carolina leader, and track leader, lost his mother earlier this week and nothing would have suited Anders better than to be able to mourn his loss with the rest of his family. But the points championships are just too important, and Anthony's mom was his number one fan, so he raced, jumped out front and took the win in the first of two 40-lap main events, then dedicated the win to his mom. Then Anders backed up his early effort with another victory, this one in the nightcap. When he got out of his car, in Victory Lane after the first race, the fence dividing the grandstand from the tack was lined with fan who gave him an ovation for his feat.
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