OCEANPORT, N.J. &ndash; Tomica&rsquo;s Spirit and Sopchoppy give trainer Tim Kelly two contenders Saturday in the $100,000 Colleen Stakes at Monmouth Park.The Colleen is the prep for the meet&rsquo;s last major event for 2&#45;year&#45;old fillies, the Sorority on Labor Day.Kelly plans to run both in the Colleen, and the Daniel Ljoka&#45;owned duo will be uncoupled in the wagering.Of the two, Tomica&rsquo;s Spirit has a slight experience edge, with three races to her credit, one more than Sopchoppy.Both earned their maiden wins at Penn National, where Kelly has been on fire with a perfect 7&#45;for&#45;7 mark in 2010 when shipping there from his Monmouth base.Tomica&rsquo;s Spirit debuted at Monmouth, running fourth. Her next stop was Penn National, where she posted a 2 1/2&#45;length win. Most recently, Tomica&rsquo;s Spirit was third behind Winslet in the Tippett Stakes on the turf at Colonial Downs.&ldquo;She broke a little slow and she didn&rsquo;t have a good trip,&rdquo; Kelly said. &ldquo;She got checked a little on the turn. By the time she got through, the race was over because the winner just smoked us.&rdquo;Tomica&rsquo;s Spirit is the only Colleen entrant exiting a stakes race.&ldquo;She ran a good race, I can&rsquo;t complain,&rdquo; Kelly said. &ldquo;Turf did not move her up, like we had hoped. She ran about the same. Now, I like the turf&#45;to&#45;dirt angle.&rdquo;Kendrick Carmouche will ride, while Francisco Maysonett will be aboard Sopchoppy.&ldquo;Francisco breezed everything all winter for us,&rdquo; Kelly said. &ldquo;We&rsquo;ve given him an opportunity, and he has come through for us.&rdquo;Maysonett was aboard Sopchoppy for her maiden win at Penn National, following a fifth in her debut at Monmouth.&ldquo;She&rsquo;s a big strong filly,&rdquo; Kelly said. &ldquo;A class act. She&rsquo;s really doing well.&rdquo;R Heat Lightning and Twelve Pack Shelly own the best Beyer Speed Figures.R Heat Lightning came away a five&#45;length winner in her lone start at Delaware Park for trainer Todd Pletcher. A homebred for E. Paul Robsham, R Heat Lightning posted a 74 Beyer.Fernando Jara has the return call.Twelve Pack Shelly zoomed to an 84 Beyer in her latest, a first&#45;level allowance win on the synthetic track at Presque Isle Downs. That doesn&rsquo;t come close to her career best, a 95 for her 10 3/4&#45;length debut victory at Laurel in April.Sleepless Dixie, Mis Vizcaya, Primal Kitten, and Tipit and Tapit also were winners in their last outings.My Frenchman: &lsquo;General&rsquo; on a rollGeneral Perfect has thrived since trainer Frankie Costa returned the 7&#45;year&#45;old gelding to 5 1/2&#45;furlong grass races at Monmouth. He was an easy winner in both starts since the surface switch, including a sharp win in the John McSorley Stakes on July 11.General Perfect will look to extend that streak in the companion feature, the $100,000 My Frenchman Stakes at 5 1/2 furlongs on the turf.General Perfect posted a career&#45;topping 99 Beyer in the McSorley, quite a feat for a horse his age. The former low&#45;level claimer has finally found his best stride.&ldquo;He got good now, he&rsquo;s in good shape&rdquo; Costa said. &ldquo;He always ran good but he really likes the grass.&rdquo;General Perfect is 5&#45;0&#45;2 in 8 turf races at Monmouth.Elusive Gift also captured his last two, a pair of restricted grass stakes at Colonial Downs.