OSWEGO — Lighthouse Lanes, located on Jim Shampine Drive in Oswego, will again present the weekly “Up and Comer” Award to competitors in Oswego Speedway’s Novelis Supermodified and Pathfinder Bank SBS divisions throughout the 2019 season.
The award will be distributed to the highest-finishing driver in his or her feature event that has not yet won a main event at the Oswego Speedway.
For this past weekend’s Jim Shampine Memorial twin 50-lap races, supermodified drivers Dan Bowes and Alison Sload each received the award, earning a $25 purchase certificate for any food, drink, or game of bowling at Lighthouse Lanes.
Following the Tony White Memorial 35-lap feature, Joshua Sokolic was awarded the prize for his fourth-place run in the No. 26 car.
In the supermodified ranks, Bowes earned his first-career speedway top-five finish in the first race. Sload was certainly the budding star in the second race, making history to become the first female Supermodified feature winner.
Through 15 years of operation, Lighthouse Lanes has become one of the premier bowling locations in the central New York area hosting functions such as Cosmic events, bowling leagues, birthday parties, holiday parties, and chicken BBQ fundraisers.
Also part of Lighthouse Lanes is the Hall of Fame Lounge and bar, a full-sized game room, meeting areas, and the bowling alley’s concession stand and restaurant, which features its popular homemade chicken wings and delicious sheet pizzas.
For more information on Lighthouse Lanes, visit LHLLanes.com or phone (315) 342-2695 to make a reservation.