2009-07-23 / Sports

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

Jim Siegel dominated Saturday night's 410 Sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway for his first win of the season. Siegel took the lead on lap five and never looked back in his win over Aaron Ott, Alan Krimes, Ed Aiken and Niki Young.

Trevor Lewis came from the 15th starting spot to win the URC Sprint car feature over Nick Schlauch Jr., Randy West, Justin Collett and Danny Massey.

Kevin Nouse returned to victory lane Saturday night at Selinsgrove Speedway for the second time this season in 358 Sprint car action. Nouse held off Pat Cannon following a late race restart for the win, with Nyle Berkes, Phil Walter and Jeff Furlong the top-five finishers.

Steve Campbell raced to his first 25-lap Late Model win of the season over Brett Schadel, Jeff Rine, Jeff Smith and Bryan Bernheisel.

Bob Bennett led all 25 laps to win his first career 410 Sprint car feature win at Port Royal Speedway Saturday night. Daryl Stimeling was second, with 11thstarting Greg Hodnett third over Lance Dewease and Cliff Brian. Mike Wagner finished 15th.

Newport's Tim Fedder picked up his first super Late Model win of the season at the Port over Todd Snook, Jeff Johnson, Bryan Sipe and Jere Wierman. The win came aboard the Fannettsburg Inn, Cisney family-owned No. 8 machine. The Late Model event was the only feature of the night to produce a pass for the lead as Fedder took control on lap six. Tyler Hershey was 10th.

Harrisonville's Michael Wagner led all 20 laps to win the PASS 305 Sprint car feature event over Randy Kaylor, Mark Watkins, Tyler Bear and Roger Irvine. It was a nice gift for his mother, Ellen, who celebrated another birthday on Saturday. His brother Logan finished 14.

In another flag-to-flag event at the Port, Mike Enders won the Super Sportsman feature over Steve Wilbur, Aaron Eichelberger, Stan Wanner and Frankie Herr.

Gene Knaub became the 11th different winner in as many races in Susquehanna Speedway 358 Late Model action Saturday night over Travis McClelland, Gary Potts, Cam Zeigler and DJ

In no surprise to anyone, Donny Schatz came out on top of the 26th annual Kings Royal at Eldora Speedway. Schatz started on the pole and after an early battle with Dale Blaney for the top spot, the three-time WoO champion walked off from the field to cash in on the big $50,000 in front of car owner and track owner Tony Stewart.

Dale Blaney finished in the $12,500 runner-up spot over Sam Hafertepe Jr., Tim Shaffer and Terry McCarl, who started 22nd. Posse regular Daryn Pittman moved the Keen Motorsports sprinter from 20th to eighth at the checkered flag.

PA Posse Cody Darrah set fast time for the night and finished 13th in the A-Main.

McCarl won the Night Before the Kings Royal on Friday. Stevie Smith was eighth, Pittman ninth and Darrah 12th.

Williams Grove, Bedford, Trail-Way and Path Valley speedways all canceled Friday night racing due to late afternoon showers.

The World of Outlaws invade Williams Grove speedway this weekend for a Friday-Saturday show in the Summer Nationals. The Saturday show pays $20,000 to win.

That's it for this week and as always, e-mail reaches me at Bvores@aol.com.

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