Chad Layton drove to victory in the Sunday evening's 25-lap sprint-car feature at Susquehanna Speedway Park.

Layton's $3,500 victory was his third overall this season and also his third career Susquehanna win.

Layton started from the pole and led all 25 laps despite constant pressure from second-place finisher Tim Shaffer.

Blane Heimbach finished third, with Donnie Kreitz Jr. and Lance Dewease in the top five.

Rounding out the top 10 were Danny Dietrich, Fred Rahmer, Bill Stine, York's Glenndon Forsythe and Thomasville's Greg Hodnett.

In the 20-lap 358 sprint-car feature, Manchester's Austin Hogue picked up the feature win.

Hogue, who started fifth, took the lead from Kevin Nouse with the white flag waving. The win was Hogue's fifth of the season at his fourth different track.

Nouse finished second, with Tyler Ross in third. Brad McClelland and Eric Tomecek completed the top five.


KRIMES GETS $5,000 WIN AT LINCOLN: Alan Krimes raced to the $5,000 victory in Saturday's All Star sprint feature at Lincoln Speedway.

Krimes' win was his second of the season at Lincoln and the 12th of his career there.

Krimes started outside the front row and got the jump on pole-sitter Stevie Smith at the start. He led all 30 laps and won by nearly four seconds.


While Krimes was pacing the field, a major battle developed for second place that included four cars, until sixth-place starter Danny Dietrich broke free of the action to finish second. Smith, fourth-starter Lance Dewease and 10th-starter Fred Rahmer continued the battle to the finish in that order. Rounding out the top 10 were Tim Shaffer, Brent Marks, Dale Blaney, Jim Siegel and Aaron Ott.

Niki Young came from the 10th starting spot to win the 20-lap 358 sprint feature for his second win of the season.

Dillsburg's Chris Arnold led the first 12 laps and finished second, with Matt Findley, York's Chase Dietz and Matt Mountz in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Shane Hoff, York's Jeff Rohrbaugh, Tyler Ross, Manchester's Austin Hogue and Hanover's Tim Wagaman.

CISNEY TRIUMPHS AT PORT ROYAL: Hometown boy Dylan Cisney raced to his first career sprint-car win Saturday at Port Royal.

For Cisney, who will graduate from the University of Northwestern Ohio this week, the win was worth $3,000.

Cisney led all but the first of 25 laps and fended off Doug Esh at the finish. Chad Layton finished third, with Blane Heimbach and Joey Hershey in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Mike Erdley, Mike Wagner, Davey Sammons, Keith Kauffman and Nate Snyder.

Matt Parks won his third late-model feature of the season over Eric Zembower. Steve Axtell, Chris Casner and Brett Schadel completed the top five.

Jeff Miller Jr. won the 305 sprint feature, holding off the charges of Logan Wagner. Scott Ellerman, Jason Bergstresser and Anthony Fiore completed the top five.

DIETRICH VICTORIOUS AT GROVE: Friday at Williams Grove, Danny Dietrich led every lap to win the 30-lap All Star sprint-car feature.

Dietrich's $5,000 win was his area-leading fifth overall this season.

Lance Dewease finished second, with Tim Shaffer, Dale Blaney and Brent Marks in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Alan Krimes, Brian Montieth, Hanover's Logan Schuchart, Fred Rahmer and York's Cory Haas.

Shawn Jackson won his first career ARDC midget feature over Brett Arndt, P.J. Gargulio, Nick Wean and Bruce Buckwalter Jr.

On Saturday, Stan Wanner got his first super-sportsman win of the season, besting Chris Meleason. Kenny Edkin finished third, followed by Carmen Perigo Jr., Bobby Hockenberry, Frankie Herr, Russ Mitten, Gregg Foster, Wellsville's Scott Geesey and Doug Dodson in the top 10.

Hanover's Bobby Beard won the limited-late-model feature over Dover's Gene Knaub. Randy Stoudt finished third, followed by Wes Alleman and Grant Adams.

Craig Morgen was the street-stock winner.

CANNON FIRST AT SE LINSGROVE: Fairview Township's Pat Cannon raced to his fifth Selinsgrove 358 sprint win of the season in Saturday's Joe Whitcomb Memorial Race.

Cannon collected $1,771 for his victory.

York's Josh Beard finished second, with Jason Shultz, Derek Locke and Larry Kelleher in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Dover's Tim Berkheimer, Phil Walter, Colby Womer, Nyle Berkes and T.J. Stutts.

Jeff Rine scored his fourth late-model win of the season over Donnie Schick, Jim Bernheisel, Matt Cochran and Chad Davis.

A.J. Stroup was the pro-stock winner, and Bob Bussey won the roadrunner feature.

ANDERSON EXCELS AT HAGERSTOWN: Andy Anderson won his third Hagerstown late-model sportsman feature in the last two weeks on Saturday, and for the third time in as many races, he did it from the 12th starting spot.

Justin Weaver finished second, followed by Michael Walls, Scott Palmer and Andy Fries.

Nick Dibella won the pure-stock feature and Gary Procter was the hobby-stock winner.

McCLELLAND SHINES AT TRAILWAY: Brad McClelland made it two in a row in 358 sprint action at Trailway Friday.

McClelland's win came over Manchester's Austin Hogue, with Hanover's Joe Trone Jr. in third. Shane Hoff and Hanover's Cris Eash completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Hanover's Tim Wagman, York's Jeff Rohrbaugh, Spring Grove's Zach Eucalano, Robbie Kendall and Stewartstown's Randy Whisler.

Dover's Gene Knaub won the limited-late-model feature over Travis Mease, Stoverstown's Cam Zeigler, Tyler Armstrong and Dover's Billy Wampler.

Dover's Brad Weber was the 600cc micro-sprint winner over David Holbrook, Shawn Seifert, Tyler Esh and Bo Gordon Jr.

Roland Brown won the classic-car feature.

STILLWAGGON GRABS URC VICTORY: Robbie Stillwaggon won his second URC sprint-car feature of the season Saturday at Grandview.

Troy Betts finished second, with Josh Weller, Kramer Williamson and Brian Carber in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were J.J. Grasso, Dover's Chad Trout, Randy West, Davey Franek and Art Leidl.

ECKERT WINS AT WIN CHESTER: York's Rick Eckert was Saturday night's late-model winner in Winchester, Va.

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