Hanover's Logan Schuchart won "Fred Rahmer's Last Call" on Sunday evening at Lincoln Speedway.

Schuchart collected $5,324 in the event that was rescheduled from Saturday's rainout.

Spring Grove's Tim Glatfelter led the first two laps of the 25-lap event before Schuchart took over on the third lap.

Schuchart had to fend off 10th-place starter Danny Dietrich over the final laps to pick up the win.

Dietrich finished second, with Lance Dewease in third. Rahmer passed Brian Montieth for fourth on the final lap. Montieth completed the top five.

It was the final race in the career of the legendary sprint-car driver, who announced his retirement earlier this season.

"Fred Rahmer's a great guy," Schuchart said. "I've only been able to race with him for my first two years, but he's a heck of a race-car driver and a legend, and made the Pennsylvania Posse what it is."

"We're hoping that some of us young guys can take the torch and kick the Outlaws' butts for another 35 years for him," Schuchart said.

After Lincoln recognized Rahmer's brilliant 35-year career in a retirement tribute at intermission, Schuchart scored the win at his home track in his final Lincoln race before joining the Outlaws for the 2014 season.

"I'm proud to win our last race at Lincoln as a home-town guy," Schuchart said. "Pennsylvania is my home. I love racing here every week. I love sprint-car racing. There's nothing like it."


Rounding out the top 10 at Lincoln were Thomasville's Greg Hodnett, Hanover's Jacob Allen, Glatfelter, Lewisberry's Kyle Moody and Steve Owings.

In the 20-lap 358 sprint-car feature, Niki Young picked up his third win of the season. Young took the lead from Hanover's Cris Eash, who was also running his final race, on the seventh lap. Kevin Nouse finished second, followed by Manchester's Austin Hogue, Hanover's Tim Wagaman and Eash.

Rounding out the top 10 were Chandler Leiby, Mike Bittinger, Matt Findley, Nathan Berwager and Doug Hammaker.

Will Walls won the 20-lap thundercar feature over Roy Warehime, Wellsville's John Stoll Jr., Hanover's Danny Beard and York's Wayne Dutterer.


MONTIETH WINS AT GROVE: Montieth raced to his ninth overall victory of the season on Friday at Williams Grove.

With lap money and bonuses, the win was worth $4,120.

Pole-sitter Justin Barger took command from the start of the 25-lap, sprint-car feature, but Montieth was quickly moving forward from his ninth starting spot. The second half of the race saw Montieth stalking Barger, with Schuchart moving into the battle as well. It wasn't until the 24th lap that Montieth was able to make the pass for the lead.

Schuchart got by Barger on the final lap to finish second, with Barger in third. Hodnett finished fourth with Allen completing the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Dietrich, Rahmer, Dave Ely, Dewease and Fairview Township's Pat Cannon.

Rahmer edged Hodnett for the season-long point title by just five points.

In the 20-lap 358 sprint feature, York's Chase Dietz led the whole way for his first Grove win. The 16 year old had to fend off a late-race challenge from new point champion Nouse. Brad McClelland finished third, with Tyler Ross and Jason Shultz in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Hogue, Dillsburg's Rich Eichelberger, Berwager, Brock Zearfoss and Jay Galloway.

RAIN PLAGUES GRANDVIEW: Grandview's Thunder on the Hill program was shortened by rain on Saturday.

The headline features for the URC sprints and Grandview modifieds were rained out and will be rescheduled for sometime next year.

In the legends feature Jason Rochelle bested Chris Spidle for the win, with Hanover's Jacob Feltch in third. Chris Transeau and Justin Grim completed the top five.

Trevor Kobylarz won the ARDC midget feature over Steve Buckwalter. P.J. Gariulo, Nick Wean and Ryan Greth completed the top five.

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