After running into issues, Coltin Everingham would go on a Sunday cruise in the second feature en route to the St. Onge Recreation Super Stock victory.
The drop of the green flag would see a battle for the lead between Everingham and Gerrit Tiemersma, with Everingham getting the top spot on Lap 2. Davey would get alongside Tiemersma for second, getting the spot on Lap 4, bringing Tom Walters through with him. Tiemersma now ran fourth, as Ethan Constable and Brandon Passer battled for fifth ahead of Dustyn Mombourquette, Anthony DiBello, and Paul Boundy.
Despite a small bit of smoke seen trailing, Passer would get the fifth spot on Lap 7, bringing Mombourquette through with him to bump Constable back to seventh ahead of DiBello, Boundy, and Marty Monette. Passer continued to move forward, passing Tiemersma for fourth on Lap 11, bringing Mombourquette through with him once again. Constable continued to run seventh ahead of DiBello, with Monette alongside Boundy for ninth.
The progress continued for Passer, as he would make the pass on Walters for third on Lap 20. Mombourquette tried to follow him through, and was able to do so two laps later. Walters now ran fourth ahead of Tiemersma, Constable, DiBello, Boundy, and Monette.
Coltin Everingham led the rest of the way to pick up the win ahead of Brandon Passer, Frank Davey, Dustyn Mombourquette, and Tom Walters. Gerrit Tiemersma finished sixth, followed by Ethan Constable, Anthony DiBello, Paul Boundy, and Marty Monette.