Danny Dietrich raced to his third Lincoln Speedway sprint-car win of the season on Saturday evening.

Dietrich's win was worth $3,200.

Pole-sitter Mike Bittinger led the first lap of the 30-lap sprint-car feature before fourth-starter Freddie Rahmer took over the top spot. It appeared as if the teenager was on his way to his first career victory, but Dietrich had other ideas. Dietrich had started 11th and was working his way to the front. It wasn't until the 23rd lap, in heavy lapped traffic, that Dietrich was able to take the lead from the son of the speedway's all-time career winner.

From that point, Dietrich went on to score the victory, with Rahmer second. Bittinger finished third, with Robbie Kendall and Lewisberry's Kyle Moody in the top five. Jim Siegel finished sixth, with Gerard McIntyre Jr., Alan Krimes, York's Glenndon Forsythe and Brian Montieth in the top 10. Krimes and Montieth each had to come from the back after separate spins on the seventh and eighth laps.

Alex Bright completed a sweep of the ARDC Midget group's 75th anniversary weekend by copping that group's 25-lap feature. Bright came from the sixth starting spot to take the lead from Steve Buckwalter in a three-wide move on a 20th-lap restart. Buckwalter finished second, followed by series point leader Steve Drevicki, Nick Wean and Brent Arndt.



Wagner shines at Port Royal: Point leader Mike Wagner scored his first win of the season in Port Royal's 25-lap sprint-car feature.

Wagner's $3,000 victory came over Thomasville's Greg Hodnett.

While Wagner was credited with leading every lap, he had to fend off serious challenges from his son, Logan Wagner, for much of the race, and then Hodnett at the end. Logan Wagner finished third, with Blane Heimbach and Doug Esh in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Mike Erdley, Ryan Taylor, Lance Dewease, Chad Layton and Nate Snyder.

Jeff Miller Sr. became the 12th winner in 12 races in the Port's late-model feature. Miller's win came over Justin Kann, Brett Schadel, Patrick Bryner and Tim Wilson.

Dave Leidy won the econo late-model feature.

Marks, Hodnett victorious at Grove: Friday's Twin 20 races for the sprint cars at Williams Grove were split between Brent Marks and Hodnett. Each driver earned $2,500.

In the first race, Marks started second and trailed pole-sitter McIntyre for 16 laps before taking the lead. McIntyre, Hodnett, Fairview Township's Pat Cannon and Dewease completed the top five, with Donnie Kreitz Jr., Hellam's Adrian Shaffer, Stevie Smith, Ryan Smith and York's Adam Wilt in the top 10.

In the second race, Hodnett started fourth and took the lead from Kreitz on the 11th lap. Kreitz finished second, followed by Stevie Smith, Dewease, Shaffer, Ryan Smith, Esh, Wilt, Krimes and Montieth.

Bright won Friday's ARDC feature in convincing fashion. He led all 20 laps and won by a margin of more than 11 seconds in the non-stop affair. Drevicki finished second, with Trevor Kobylarz, P.J. Gargulio and his brother Brendon Bright in the top five.

Saturday at the Grove, Bobby Hockenberry won the 20-lap super-sportsman feature over Tony Jackson, with Russ Mitten, Dillsburg's Rich Eichelberger and Mike Enders in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Kenny Edkins, Frankie Herr, Jay Fannasy, Dover's Chad Trout and Gregg Foster.

Randy Croop won the limited-late-model feature over Charlie Schaffer, Stoverstown's Cam Zeigler, Jake Jones and York's Sam Rial.

Dustin Hollinger was the street-stock winner.

Keller first at Selinsgrove: Cody Keller won Saturday's 358/360 sprint-car event at Selinsgrove.

Keller fended off challenges from Mark Smith and Jason Shultz for the win. T.J. Stutts and Larry Kelleher completed the top five.

Dover's Coleby Frye won the late-model feature, while Brad Mitch was the pro-stock winner and Keith Bissinger won the roadrunner event.

Hardy excels in Hagerstown: Kyle Hardy made it three of the last four with his win in Hagerstown's late-model feature Saturday.

Hardy's win came over Andy Anderson, Trevor Feathers, Marvin Winters and Roy Deese Jr.

Chad Myers won the late-model sportsman feature, Mike Corbin won the pure stocks, Jason Sarver led the hobby stocks and Matt Williamson topped the mini stocks.

Kearchner triumphs at Trailway: Seth Kearchner won his first career 358 sprint feature Friday at Trailway.

Kendall finished second, with Kevin Nouse, Jeff Halligan and Hanover's Issac Sneeringer in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Brad McClelland, Spring Grove's Dwight Leppo, Stewartstown's Randy Whisler, Tyler Buchenauer and Wyatt Hinkle.

York's Bill Diehl won the Legends feature over Scott Houdeshell, Bob Stough, York's Lucas Montgomery and Bill Foster.

Dover's Mike Goodwin topped the street stocks and Matt Chronister was the limited-stock winner.

Dice leads way at Susquehanna: Colby Dice won the 305 sprint feature Saturday at Susquehanna Speedway Park.

Mike Wagner II finished second, followed by Anthony Fiore, Kyle Lloyd and Ken Duke.

— Reach Bryan Householder at sports@yorkdispatch.com.