Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Multiple people with ties to another pair of restaurants on Long Island have been diagnosed with coronavirus and recent patrons may have been exposed, Suffolk County health officials warned Wednesday.Anyone who visited Senor Taco Mexican Grill & Bar on Route 25A in Mount Sinai on Nov. 20 or 24 and anyone who visited Phil’s Restaurant on Wading River Manor Road in Wading River between Nov. 20 and 24 should monitor themselves for symptoms for two weeks and get tested for Covid-19, according to the Suffolk Department of Health Services.Symptoms of Covid-19 include fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.The advisory follows a string of alerts about coronavirus cases tied to four other local eateries, including Tellers in Islip, Friendly’s in Riverhead and two restaurants in Oakdale.The advisory comes after Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently ordered bars and restaurants with liquor licenses to close at 10 p.m. to curb the spread of coronavirus as the infection rate continues to rise in recent weeks.For information on Covid-19, visit suffolkcountyny.gov/COVID19For more coronavirus coverage, visit longislandpress.com/coronavirusSign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.,Sign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here.
“B” Feature (15 laps) – 1. Hunter Marriott; 2. Jeff Taylor; 3. Carl Murphy; 4. Ethan Dotson; 5. Jack Sullivan; 6. Ashton Wilkey; 7. Brandon Walsh; 8. Travis Mosley; 9. Dennis Schoenfeld; 10. Eddie Belec; 11. Chris Morris; 12. Chad Clancy; 13. Jason Beaulieu; 14. Joey Gee; 15. John Hansen; 16. Clay Norris; 17. Rob Hughes; 18. Mikey Bell; 19. Jason Ingalls; 20. Neal Flowers; 21. John Waugh; 22. Jesse Dennis; 23. Randy Weaver; 24. Chris Elliott; 25. Jeremy Tharp; 26. Kody Scholpp; 27. Zack Vanderbeek. Thornton will indeed line up in the middle lane of the front row of Saturday’s 30-car, three-wide championship main event. Cook and Tanner Black of Otis, Kan. rounded out the top five at the checkers. By Mike Spieker Perhaps the best battle on the track midway through the feature was the fight for second between David Stremme of Mooresville, N.C. and Zane DeVilbiss of Farmington, N.M. Stremme, the 2003 NASCAR Busch Series rookie of the year, and DeVilbiss, a two-time IMCA Modified national champion, raced hard for the runner-up spot for several consecutive laps. Both drivers fought for the bottom groove around the fast and tacky racing surface but ninth-place starter Stremme, was able to hold off DeVilbiss, who was charging his way forward from 13th. “The car was really good. We were able to get into the lead on the first or second lap, then I just kind of rolled around the bottom,” said Thornton. “I looked at the track right before our feature and decided to make a few changes. I think that really helped us a bunch. We should be sitting on the front row for Saturday night, which I think will help us a lot.” Inaugural Race For Hope 71 champion Ricky Thornton Jr. of Adel, Iowa, by way of Chandler, Ariz., cruised to the 30-lap qualifying A-main feature win. Thornton started on the inside of row two and quickly moved by front row starters D.J. Shannon of Merced, Calif. and Curtis Cook of Conway, Ark. BATESVILLE, Ark. (Sept. 26) – After having the first two scheduled nights postponed due to rain, the third annual IMCA.TV Race For Hope 71 got underway Thursday night at Batesville Motor Speedway. Ninety-five of the best IMCA Modified drivers from across the country were checked in for action at the high-banked three-eighths mile oval. Rusty Jeffrey of Batesville picked up the C-main win. Hunter Marriott of Brookfield, Mo. won the B-main. Local favorite Jeff Taylor of Cave City, Ark., drove from 15th to finish second. Ricky Thornton Jr. raced to the IMCA.TV Race For Hope 71 A-main qualifier win Thursday at Batesville Motor Speedway. Thornton was the winner of the inaugural Race for Hope event for IMCA Modifieds. (Photo by Mike Spieker) Results “A” Feature (30 laps) – 1. Ricky Thornton Jr.; 2. David Stremme; 3. Zane DeVilbiss; 4. Curtis Cook; 5. Tanner Black; 6. Jake O’Neil; 7. Casey Arneson; 8. Wendell Wallace; 9. Kellen Chadwick; 10. D.J. Shannon; 11. Drew Armstrong; 12. Jared Landers; 13. Terry Phillips; 14. Brandon Smith; 15. Tyler Townsend; 16. Randy Foote; 17. Cody Laney; 18. Tyler Madigan; 19. Tripp Gaylord; 20. Chad Andersen; 21. Brandon Spanjer; 22. Toby Herring; 23. Chris Carter; 24. Peyton Taylor; 25. Jason Hughes; 26. Tyler Stevens; 27. Jordan Grabouski; 28. Ken Schrader; 29. Richie Tosh; 30. Kyle Strickler. The IMCA.TV Race For Hope 71 continues Friday night at Batesville Motor Speedway with racing starting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday’s qualifying program, which was postponed due to rain, will be made up on Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. On Saturday at 7:30 p.m., the championship event kicks off, featuring the 71-lap, $15,000 to win main event. Once out front, Thornton Jr. distanced himself from the rest of the field. “C” Feature (15 Laps) – 1. Rusty Jeffrey; 2. Shawn Walsh; 3. Keith Hammett; 4. Christy Barnett; 5. Kris Lloyd; 6. Jeff Mathews; 7. R.C. Whitwell; 8. Kody Johnson; 9. Steven Glenn; 10. Will Poston; 11. Madison Holloway; 12. Chad Mallet; 13. Alan Brown; 14. Tanner Barnhart; 15. Ryan Moore; 16. Heath Grizzle; 17. Joey Burch; 18. David Hess; 19. Justin Galbreath; 20. Shane Kelley; 21. Jacob Poel; 22. Craig Garner; 23. Brint Hartwick; 24. Chance Allen; 25. Keith Lawson; 26. James Newton; 27. John Taylor; 28. Cody Tidwell; 29. Brad Smith; 30. Jerry Harris; 31. Miles Keeney. read more