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JEFFERSON, Ga. – Cale Conley won the 21 Means 21 by Coors Brewing Company Pole Award in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East qualifying on Saturday for the Slack Auto Parts 150 at Gresham Motorsports Park.
Conley, a 20-year-old out of Vienna, W. Va., who had the fastest car in practice earlier in the day, patrolled the half-mile oval in 17.487 seconds for an average speed of 102.934 mph. It is the first series career pole win for the driver of the No. 47 PMC/Health Bridge Imaging Toyota.
Starting alongside Conley for the main event later on will be NASCAR K&N Pro Series West points leader Dylan Kwasniewski, who traveled from his home in Las Vegas for the event. The 17-year-old Kwasniewski posted a 17.597-second lap (102.290 mph) in the session.
Brett Moffitt with a time of 17.615 seconds (102.186 mph) will start on the inside of the second row while Kyle Larson, who posted a time of 17.636 seconds (102.064 mph), will be on the outside.
Corey LaJoie, winner of the most recent K&N Pro Series East event at Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, N.C., scored the fifth-fastest lap in qualifying at 17.641 seconds (102.035 mph).
Darrell Wallace Jr., Sergio Peña, Ben Kennedy, Brandon Gdovic and Bryan Ortiz rounded out the top-10 qualifiers of the day.
The green flag for the Slack Auto Parts 150 is scheduled to wave at 8:10 p.m. ET.