Lance Dewease got his first win of the season in Sunday night's 25-lap sprint-car feature at Susquehanna Speedway Park. Dewease's victory was worth $3,500. Danny Dietrich finished second, followed by Donnie Kreitz, Thomasville's Greg Hodnett and Blane Heimbach. Rounding out the top 10 were Trey Starks, Rick Lafferty, York's Corey Haas, Alan Krimes and Tyler Ross.

Dover's Gene Knaub won the 25-lap limited-late model over Manchester's Chase Billet.

Newberrytown's J.R. Rodriguez finished third, followed by Manchester's Randy Christine Jr. and Kyle Martin.


Siegel wins at Lincoln: Jim Siegel raced to his second Lincoln Speedway win of the season on Saturday evening. Siegel's win in the 33-lap Weldon Sterner Memorial Race was worth $7,000.

Siegel started second and chased polesitter Brian Leppo for the first six laps before taking over the top spot when Leppo tapped the wall coming off the fourth turn. Siegel led the rest of the way but had to fend off a late race charge by fast timer Greg Hodnett of Thomasville. Hodnett had started sixth and had to settle for second. Leppo held on for third, with Lewisberry's Kyle Moody and Gerard McIntyre Jr. in the top five. Danny Dietrich came from 21st to take sixth, with Robbie Kendall, Alan Krimes, York's Cory Haas and Lance Dewease rounding out the top 10.


Fawn Grove's Matt Campbell won the 20-lap 358 sprint feature. Campbell took the lead from Windsor's Ryan Higgins on the fourth lap after starting eighth. Niki Young finished second with Tyler Esh, Chandler Leiby and Mike Bittinger in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were York Haven's Rick Horn, York's Mark Strickler, York's Chase Dietz, Ashley Cappetta and C J Tracy.

Hunter Nester won the 20-lap All American Outlaws feature over Dylan Keim. Kurt Zimmerman, Spring Grove's Tim Fake and Jim Minter completed the top five.

Smith wins again: Mark Smith won his second 358/360 sprint-car feature of the season at Selinsgrove on Saturday. Smith picked up $2,000 for his win over Fairview Township's Pat Cannon. Davie Franek, Jason Shultz and Colby Womer completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Brock Zearfoss, T J Stutts, Robbie Stillwaggon, Mike Walter and Steve Collins.

In the three States Flyer late model series event, Dan Stone was the winner over Steve Campbell, Andy Haus, Kenny Pettyjohn and Dylan Yoder.

Satterlee takes first in late-model feature: Greg Satterlee won Saturday's late-model feature at Hagerstown. Glenn Elliott finished second with Kenny Moreland, Justin Kann and Roy Deese Jr. in the top five.

Former pro football player Rick Singleton was the late model sportsman winner over Terry Flaherty, Frankie Plessinger, Scott Palmer and Kyle Lear.

Craig Parrill won the pure stock event, Jamie Mills the hobby stock feature and Ryan Laye the mini stock event.

Dietrich wins at Williams Grove: At Williams Grove on Friday, Danny Dietrich got his first Grove win of the season, taking the lead from Ryan Wilson on the 19th of 25 laps. Dietrich collected $3,670 for his victory. Wilson finished second, followed by Mark Smith, Dewease, Dover's Austin Hogue, who led the first 11 laps, Krimes, York's Adam Wilt, Leppo, Chad Layton and Hodnett.

Kevin Nouse won the 20-lap 358 sprint feature, taking the lead from Hellam's Adrian Shaffer on the final lap. Shaffer finished second, with Zearfoss, Scott Fisher and Esh in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Jay Galloway, Leiby, Doug Hammaker, Tony Smolenyak and Nyle Burkes.

The Saturday Night Series events were rained out.

McClelland makes it two in a row: Brad McClelland made it two in a row in Friday's 358 sprint feature at Trailway. Jeff Halligan finished second, with Spring Grove's Dwight Leppo, Cody Fletcher and Randy Whisler in the top five. Next in line in the eight-car field were Spring Grove's Zach Eucalano, Seth Kearchner and Robbie Kendall.

Teenager C.J. Quirk won the Legends feature over York's Bill Diehl. Chris Transeau, Bob Stough and Chad Earnst completed the top five.

Jim Still won the 270 cc micro-sprint feature over Steven Cox, Brian Marriott, Brent Bull and Levi Peck. Cory Weishaar was the limited-stock winner.

Rained out: Port Royal was rained out just as the sprint feature was set to take the green flag on Saturday evening. Feature events will be reset in the future.

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