York's Cory Haas raced to his fourth Lincoln Speedway sprint car win of the season in Saturday's season-ending 25-lap feature. Haas collected $3,200 for his fifth overall win of the season.

As Haas worked his way forward from the 12th starting spot, several drivers shared time at the front of the field. Derek Sell led the first nine laps before yielding to Hanover's Logan Schuchart, who led laps 10-16, before Brent Marks took the top spot. Haas was quickly closing on Marks, when Marks hit the fence off turn four and dropped from the event on the 20th lap.

Haas went on to score the win over Danny Dietrich, with Schuchart third. Alan Krimes and Brian Montieth completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Jim Siegel, Brian Leppo, York's Adam Wilt, Steve Owings and Fred Rahmer.

Niki Young scored his division-leading third 358 sprint win of the season in that 20-lap feature. Young trailed fellow front-row starter Hanover's Tim Wagaman for the first nine laps before using a slowing racer as a pick to slip into the top spot.

Young went on to win over York's Tim Berkheimer, with Ryan Wilson third. Wagaman and Tyler Ross completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Dale Hammaker, Hanover's Cris Eash, Manchester's Austin Hogue, Hellam's Adrain Shaffer and Matt Findley.

Brian Walls won his fourth thundercar feature of the season over Roy Warehime. David Prunkl, Jamie Zentmyer and track champion Duane Watson completed the top five.



HODNETT SHINES AT PORT ROYAL: Thomasville's Greg Hodnett scored his eighth Port Royal Speedway sprint car win of the season in Saturday's makeup of the Labor Day Classic. Hodnett's win in the 30-lap event was worth $4,500, and brings his season win total to 16.

Hodnett started eighth and didn't take the lead from Mike Wagner until the 29th lap. Wagner finished second followed by Fairview Township's Pat Cannon. Mark Smith and Blane Heimbach completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Mike Erdley, Lance Dewease, Rick Lafferty, Jessica Zemken and Daryn Pittman.

Dillsburg's Rich Eichelberger raced to his first win of the season in the super sportsman feature event. The win was the 81st career sportsman win for the veteran driver. Wellsville's Scott Geesey finished second, with Rick Barr, Jay Fannasy and Lewisberry's Scott Dellinger in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Gregg Foster, Bobby Hockenberry, Steve Fannasy, Dave Socks and Carmen Perigo Jr.

PITTMAN BREAKS THROUGH, EARNS WIN AT WILLIAMS GROVE: It took almost the whole season, but Daryn Pittman scored his first Williams Grove win of the year on Friday evening. Pittman's win was worth $4,230.

Pittman took the lead from Glenndon Forsythe on the 13th of 25 laps and went on to top Hodnett for the win. Dewease, Montieth, Ryan Taylor, Schuchart, Chad Layton, Siegel, Ryan Smith and Lafferty completed the top 10.

Cannon won the 358 sprint feature and took the track title for that division. Hogue finished second after leading 14 of the 20 laps, with Shaffer and Jason Shultz in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were TJ Stutts, Wilson, Hammaker, Eric Tomecek and Forsythe.

LEIDL SNARES WIN AT GRANDVIEW: Art Leidl scored his first career URC sprint win Saturday at Grandview. Randy West finished second, with new URC champion Robbie Stillwaggon in third. Kevin Darling and Scott Lutz completed the top five in the features only program.

Steve Buckwalter won the ARDC midget feature over Trevor Kobylarz, Dave Shirk, Tim Buckwalter and Nick Wean.

Bob Stough won the Legends feature over Scott Gobrecht. Jeff Strunk was the modified winner over Craig Von Dohran and Daune Howard. Kenny Gilmore won the sportsman modified feature.

-- Reach Bryan Householder at sports@yorkdispatch.com.