2010-04-15 / Sports

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

It was all Jason Covert in Saturday night’s Three State Flyers event at Hagerstown Speedway as the York Haven driver dominated the event winning by more than ten seconds.

Covert started on the pole and never looked back in his win over Billy Wampler, Greg Satterlee, Roy Deese Jr. and Frankie Plessinger with JT Spence, Nick Dickson, Ronnie Dehaven, Jr., Al Shawver Jr. and Gary Stuhler the top 10. Tyler Hershey did not qualify.

Mike Warrenfeltz won the Pure Stock feature over Darrin Younker, Danny Beavers, Wayne Hawbaker and Drew Fitzsimmons.

The Three State Flyers were in action on a very cold Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway as Jamie Lathroum dominated that event for the win over Covert, DJ Myers, Nick Dickson and Dan Stone.

In the Grove’s 410 Sprint car feature, Lance Dewease came from ninth to score his 71st career win at the track over Mark Smith, Greg Hodnett, Danny Dietrich and Daryn Pittman.

Rick Lafferty took advantage of Greg Hodnett’s blown tire on the final lap to win his second 410 Sprint car feature Saturday at Port Royal. Hodnett had the race won until his tire blew. Dewease finished second over Chad Layton, Tyler Walker and Mike Wagner.

Scott Haus was the Port Late Model winner over Mitch Hack, Todd Snook, Tim Wilson and Jason Miller.

Dale Hammaker scored the Friday night 358 Sprint car win at Trail-Way Speedway over Brad McClelland, Tim Wagaman, Brian Buckner and Joe Trone Jr.

Gene Knaub scored the 358 Late Model win at Trail- Way over Mike Walls, Bernie Beard, Barry Welch and Travis McClelland.

Aaron Ott scored his first career 410 Sprint car win at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday night over Brian Montieth, Adam Wilt, Alan Krimes and Gerard McIntyre Jr. while Eric Tomecek also scored a career first win at Lincoln in the 358 Sprint car main over Billy Johns, Tim Wagaman, Dale Hammaker and Glenndon Forsythe.

Pat Cannon won for the first time in Selinsgrove Speedway 358 Sprint car action this season on Saturday night. Cannon’s 18th career track win came over Phil Walter, TJ Stutts, Blane Heimbach and Nate Snyder.

Jeff Rine destroyed the Late Model 25-lap feature in taking his 56th career track win over Jim Yoder, Steve Campbell, Eric Hons and Dave Zona.

Williams Grove Speedway held its first Saturday Night Series event of the year as Paul Miller came out on top of the Super Sportsman feature over Russ Mitten, Carmen Perigo, Chad Criswell and Rick Barr.

Bobby Beard emerged the 358 Late Model winner over Craig Wagaman, Pat Beard, Scott Richwine and Chase Billet, while Doug Hoffman scored the Street Stock win.

Trevor Lewis opened the URC Sprint season with a win Saturday at Bridgeport Speedway over Davey Sammons, Curt Michael, JJ Grasso and Kevin Nouse.

Don Kreitz Jr. won the Sunday night 410 Sprint car main at Susquehanna Speedway Park over Tyler Walker, Greg Hodnett, Lance Dewease and Fred Rahmer.

That’s a wrap on a busy weekend of racing and as always, e-mail reaches me at Bvores@comcast.net.

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