Donnie Kreitz Jr. won the sprint-car portion of the rescheduled Brawl in the Fall at Hagerstown Speedway on Sunday.

The win was Kreitz's second of the weekend and fifth of the season. He collected $7,500 for the victory.

Hanover's Logan Schuchart took the early lead in the 30-lap, sprint-car feature. It was on the fifth lap when Schuchart spun in the third turn while trying to fend off challenges from Kreitz. Kreitz took the lead at that point and went on to score the win over Lance Dewease. Gerard McIntyre Jr. got third on the final lap when Brent Marks suffered a flat tire. Mark Smith and Blane Heimbach completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were a rebounding Schuchart, York's Glenndon Forsythe, Daryl Stimeling, Marks and Troy Fraker.

In the 30-lap 358 sprint-car feature, Hellam's Adrain Shaffer was the $3,000 winner. Shaffer passed Dover's Ted Thomas Jr. for the lead on the 17th lap. Ryan Wilson finished second, with Thomas in third. Mark Smith was again fourth, with Dale Hammaker in fifth. Rounding out the top 10 were Hanover's Tim Wagaman, Doug Hammaker, Tyler Ross, Jay Galloway and Jason Cherry.

Greg Satterlee was the $10,000 winner in the 50-lap, late-model feature. Gary Stuhler led the first nine laps before Kyle Hardy took over the top spot. Hardy dropped from the race with mechanical troubles on the 13th lap, handing the lead back to Stuhler, who led until Satterlee swept by on the 16th circuit.


Satterlee went on to score the victory over Newberrytown's Jason Covert, with Rusty Sites in third. Stuhler and Vic Coffey completed the top five.

Brett Hearn was the $7,500 winner in the 50-lap modified feature. Hearn took the lead from Matt Sheppard on the eighth lap and went on to score his 30th Hagerstown win. Shepard finished second, with J.R. Heffner in third. Larry Wight and Michael Storms completed the top five.


MONTIETH WINS AT LINCOLN: Brian Montieth raced to his sixth Lincoln sprint-car win in Saturday's Hank Gentzler Memorial Manufacturers' Appreciation Race.

The $4,000 win was Montieth's seventh overall this season and his 40th career Lincoln victory.

Montieth started from the pole position and took the lead at the start. York's Adam Wilt started fourth and took the lead away from Montieth on the 12th lap. It wasn't until the leaders came around for the one-to-go signal that Montieth was able to regain the lead in heavy lapped traffic. Wilt had to settle for second, with Alan Krimes in third. Jim Siegel and Spring Grove's Tim Glatfelter completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Thomasville's Greg Hodnett, Schuchart, McIntyre, York's Cory Haas and Steve Owings.

Manchester's Austin Hogue led all 20 laps to claim the 358 sprint feature for his fifth Lincoln win of the season and eighth overall. Niki Young finished second, with Dale Hammaker, Wilson and Danny Dietrich in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were York's Chase Dietz, Chandler Leiby, Kevin Nouse, Mike Bittinger and Dillsburg's Chris Arnold.

STUTTS SHINES AT SELINSGROVE: T.J. Stutts led all 35 laps to claim the Mach 1 Chassis National Open for the 358/360 sprints at Selinsgrove Saturday.

In a race co-sanctioned by URC, ESS and Selinsgrove, Stutts took home $8,000.

Fairview Township's Pat Cannon crossed the line second, but came up light in post-race inspection, handing the second-place finish to Heimbach. Brock Zearfoss placed third with Aaron Ott and Mark Smith in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Marks, Davie Franek, Jason Shultz, J.J. Grasso and Dewease.

Brad Mitch won the pro-stock event.

MEASE VICTORIOUS AT TRAILWAY: Travis Mease won Saturday's Thunder on the Farm limited-late-model feature at Trailway.

Mease's win also earned him the combined Trailway/Lincoln limited-late-model point title. Jim Bernheisel finished second, with Jake Jones in third. Kyle Lear and Bobby Beard completed the top five.

Mike Kiehl won the Williams Grove/Susquehanna-type street-stock feature, while Chad Stine won the Trailway street-stock event. Brian Walls was the limited-stock winner.

KREITZ FIRST AT GROVE: Kreitz raced to victory in Friday's Outlaw Tune-Up at Williams Grove.

His victory was worth $4,000.

Kreitz started third. Second-starter Montieth led the first lap. Kreitz took command on the second circuit and led all but one of the following laps in the 25-lap event. Kreitz's teammate, Ryan Smith, actually nipped his car owner at the line to lead the 11th circuit. In the end Kreitz won over Smith to give the Kreitz team a one-two finish. Montieth was third, with Hodnett fourth. Krimes completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Cannon, Dewease, Steve Buckwalter, Marks and Paul McMahan.

Jordan Givler led all 20 laps to win the 358 sprint feature for his first career win. Nathan Berwager finished second, with Leiby in third. Hammaker and Nouse completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Thomas, Wilson, Wagaman, Matt Mountz and Matt Findley.

YORK'S ECKERT IS 'BIG KAHUNA:' York's Rick Eckert was the "Big Kahuna" at the Roaring Knob Speedway over the weekend, winning late-model features there on both Friday and Saturday nights.

-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis