Jim Siegel raced to his second Lincoln Speedway sprint-car win of the season on Saturday evening.

The third-generation driver picked up $3,200 for his ninth career Lincoln win.

Lewisberry's Kyle Moody took the lead from his outside front-row starting spot at the start of the race, and held sway through much of the event. It wasn't until a restart on the 23rd of 25 laps that the eighth-starting Siegel slipped past for the lead.

In the end it was Siegel the winner over Moody, with Billy Dietrich in third. Alan Krimes finished fourth after starting 11th, and Fred Rahmer came back from a heat-race flip to charge from the 20th starting spot to finish fifth.

Rounding out the top 10 were Ryan Smith, Danny Dietrich, who charged back from a flat tire on the fifth lap, Stevie Smith, Brent Marks and J.J. Grasso.

Manchester's Austin Hogue blew his engine on the final lap of the 358 sprint championship race, but still managed to cross the finish line first. Hogue collected $1,500 for his win in the 25-lap event. Hogue had taken the lead from York's Jeff Rohrbaugh on the eighth lap. Kevin Nouse finished second, with Rohrbaugh in third. Marks, doing double duty on this night, finished fourth and Dale Hammaker was fifth. Rounding out the top 10 were Ryan Wilson, Hanover's Cris Eash, Hanover's Issac Sneeringer, Austin Reed and Franklintown's Brie Hershey.


Brian Walls took the lead from his brother Will Walls on the 18th of 20 laps to win the thundercar feature. Mike Walls finished third to give the Walls brothers a clean sweep of the top three positions. Hanover's Danny Beard and York's Jason Townsend completed the top five.


LAYTON WINS AT PORT ROYAL: Chad Layton started from the pole position and led all 25 laps to win the sprint-car feature at Port Royal Saturday evening.

Layton's $3,200 win was his third of the season at the Port, and his 11th career win there.

Mike Wagner finished second, with Davey Sammons in third. Steve Buckwalter and Blane Heimbach completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Dylan Cisney, Brian Leppo, Doug Esh, Curt Stroup and Rodney Westhafer.

Dover's Coleby Frye led all 25 laps to win the late-model feature over Matt Parks. Mike Lupfer, Dylan Yoder and Terry Naugle completed the top five.

Tim Krape led all 15 laps to win the pro-stock feature.

CRISWELL EXCELS AT GROVE: Chad Criswell won Saturday's super-sportsman feature at Williams Grove.

Criswell picked up the win over Duaine Smith, with Wellsville's Scott Geesey in third. Greg Foster and Russ Mitten completed the top five.

Rounding out the top 10 were Frankie Herr, Carmen Perigo Jr., Lewisberry's Scott Dellinger, Dover's Chad Trout and Fawn Grove's Paul Miller.

Dover's Larry Baer won the make-up feature for the limited-late models. Randy Croop finished second, followed by Wes Alleman, Scott Richwine and Grant Adams.

Randy Stoudt won the regularly scheduled event for the limited-late models over Adams. Roy Miller, Dover's Billy Wampler and Manchester's Chase Billet completed the top five.

Bob Gutshall won the street-stock feature over Craig Morgan.

SPENCE SHINES AT HAGERSTOWN: J.T. Spence led all 35 laps to win the Red Ninninger Memorial Race for the late models at Hagerstown Saturday.

Spence collected $3,000 for his victory.

Jeremy Miller pressured Spence over much of the distance, but settled for second, with Kenny Pettyjohn in third. D.J. Myers and Newberrytown's Jason Covert completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Austin Hubbard, Tyler Hershey, Jamie Lathroum, Marvin Winters and Rusty Sites.

Cody Kershner won the mini-stock feature, and Kevin Palmer was the All-American Outlaw winner.

RAIN: Friday racing was rained out at Williams Grove and Trailway.

w-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.