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FORT WORTH, Texas -- Johnny Sauter is still alone in qualifying for the title-deciding race in the first Chase for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.Sauter won his second consecutive playoff race Friday night with a late pass of Chase contender Matt Crafton, getting a victory at Texas Motor Speedway that prevented anyone else from clinching a spot to contend for the championship in the finale at Homestead in two weeks.This is amazing, Sauter said after climbing out of the No. 21 Chevrolet in Victory Lane. I feel very lucky to be here. ... Matt was content to keep running the bottom, so Im going to the top.Just before reaching the finish line with two laps remaining, Sauter went high and passed Crafton for the lead.There were only three yellow flags in the 147-lap race, each after the caution clock had expired. Crafton took the lead after the final restart.But just like at Texas in June, Crafton got passed on the high side late and finished second. Rookie driver William Byron, another Chase contender, beat him five months ago after his winning pass with five laps remaining.It is what it is, Crafton said. Im not worried about the Chase. Im worried about winning races. The Chase will take care of itself.It was Sauters third win this season. He won the opener at Daytona and last week at Martinsville to earn the first of four spots available for a chance to win the inaugural Chase championship for trucks.With only next weeks race at Phoenix before the finale at Homestead, there still are three spots up for grab.The next four drivers after Sauter in the points -- Bryon, Christopher Bell, Crafton and Timothy Peters -- are separated by only five points. Ben Kennedy is the sixth driver still in Chase contention.If Sauter or a non-Chase contender wins at Phoenix, the final three spots would be determined by points.Pole-sitter Spencer Gallagher, who led three times for 88 laps, was in front when the final caution came out. 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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Amid a disappointing season, Johnson Wagner has found a comfort zone not far from his college stomping grounds. Wagner shot a 6-under 64 Saturday to take a two-stroke lead after the third round of the Greenbrier Classic. Wagner was at 14 under on the Old White TPC course. Jimmy Walker also shot 64 and was second at 12 under. Wagner has yet to post a top 10 finish this year. At the Greenbrier, he broke a string of seven consecutive early exits. In his two previous tournaments, he had three birdies combined. He had seven of them on Saturday. "I felt really comfortable all day," Wagner said. "I hit a lot of good golf shots. Ive got a really clear picture of what Im trying to do on every swing. "Sometimes when youre playing bad, you forget who you are and you get down on yourself. The last couple of weeks, Ive just trying to be positive and remember that Ive won three times out here. Im a little more comfortable with myself right now." Wagner played golf at Virginia Tech less than two hours from The Greenbrier resort. Several members of his wifes family have joined them for the weekend, and hoots from Hokies fans could be heard around the golf course. "Its great seeing a bunch of maroon-and-orange in the crowd," Wagner said. He hopes they can see him wrap up his first win since the 2012 Sony Open. The other two times Wagner held the lead going into the final round on tour, he won the 2008 Houston Open and the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Mexico. But no third-round leader has gone on to win the Greenbrier Classic, now in its fourth year. The tournament has been decided by playoffs the past two years, and Stuart Appleby shot 59 in the final round to win by a stroke in 2010. Wagner said he isnt going to stop being aggressive Sunday unless the wind picks up. "Im just going to try to make as many birdies as I can," he said. "This golf course, when its firm and fast, may be one of my favourite places we play on tour.dddddddddddd" Like Wagner, Walker also gets a cozy feeling at The Greenbrier. He finished one stroke out of a playoff in the 2011 Greenbrier Classic and tied for fourth in 2010. "The golf course really seems to fit my eye," Walker said. "I like the tee shots, I like the second shots, and I feel comfortable. And when you feel comfortable at places ... I seem to play well." Still searching for his first tour win, Walker woke up sick early Friday morning and still wasnt feeling well Saturday. His swing certainly didnt suffer. After seven straight pars on the front nine, Walker ran off five birdies down the stretch, including a 17-foot putt on the par-3 18th. Walker is hoping to secure a spot in the British Open in two weeks. After the Greenbrier Classic, the leading five players not already exempt from inside the top 20 in the FedExCup points standings will earn a spot at Muirfield. Walker is 24th. "I have a room booked," Walker said. "I might as well go use it." Swedens Jonas Blixt was four strokes behind Wagner at 10 under after shooting 67. Australians Matt Jones (66) and Steven Bowditch (69) and Texas teenager Jordan Spieth (67) were at 9 under. Ottawas Brad Fritsch and Grahaem DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask., each shot 66 and sit in a group tied for 27th at 5 under. Spieth overcame two early bogeys with birdies on three of the final four holes. A win would give him his PGA Tour membership and make him eligible for the FedEx Cup playoffs. Hes won more than $1.1 million this year and is assured of a tour card when the new season starts in October. Among six golfers at 8 under included Bill Haas, the winner at Congressional a week ago. Second-round leader Matt Every bogeyed the first two holes and quickly fell off the leaderboard. He shot 74 and fell into a tie for 27th at 5 under. Ten players were trimmed from the field after Saturdays round; 81 players had advanced after Fridays play. ' ' '

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