2010-10-21 / Sports

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

Lance Dewease dominated Friday night’s season finale for the 410 Sprints at Williams Grove Speedway.

Dewease took the lead on lap 12 and never looked back in taking his 75th career track win on Champions Night.

Aaron Ott, Don Kreitz, Chad Layton and 2010 track champion Greg Hodnett, who came from the 19th spot, completed the top five finishers.

Kevin Nouse won the season finale for the 358 Sprints in a thrilling battle over 2010 track champion Pat Cannon. Chris Arnold, Tim Wagaman and Glenndon Forsythe were the top-five finishers.

Greg Hodnett led all 25 laps to score his first win of the season in Saturday night’s season finale for 410 Sprints at Lincoln Speedway. Hodnett took the win over Brian Montieth, Daryn Pittman, Fred Rahmer and Brian Leppo.

Frankie Herr won for the seventh time this season as the Super Sportsman closed out the regular season Saturday at Williams Grove Speedway. Herr also clinched the Sportsman Tour championship with the win over Gary Johnston, Carmen Perigo, Paul Miller and Mike Enders.

Bobby Beard won the Grove’s 358 Late Model main over Bernie Beard, Matt Nailor, Alex Updegraff and Duane Harbaugh. Gene Knaub won the 2010 track title.

Kevin Nouse won Saturday’s season finale for the URC Sprints at Grandview Speedway over Becca Anderson, JJ Grasso, Art Liedl and Curt Michael.

McConnellsburg’s Josh Peck won the Senior Champ Pro Go-Kart feature Saturday at Trail-Way Speedway. Peck came from the 10th starting spot to take the $500 win.

Don’t forget this weekend will be the final race at Williams Grove with the Fallfest Features only event on Saturday night. The 410 Sprints, 358 Sprints, Sportsman and 358 Late Models are on the program with the top 24 in points in all divisions invited to participate.

Hagerstown Speedway is gearing up for its finale next weekend as the Octoberfest 350 will close out the season with racing for the Late Models, 410 Sprints, Big Block Mods and Small Block Mods.

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