2011-05-26 / Sports

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

It was a busy racing weekend as the rain let up enough for tracks to compete Friday and Saturday racing action over the weekend.

Friday at Williams Grove Speedway, Ryan Bohlke drove to his second career 410 Sprint car win at the track over Brian Montieth, Doug Esh, Cory Haas and Chad Layton.

Logan Schuchart captured his first career 358 Sprint car win at the Grove over Michael Ruttcamp, Pat Cannon, Rich Eichelberger and Scott Geesey.

Brent Marks held off Fred Rahmer to capture his second 410 Sprint car win of the season Saturday at Lincoln Speedway. Justin Collett, Brian Leppo and Aaron Ott were the top five finishers.

Brook Weibley won a career first 358 Sprint car main at Lincoln over Chad Trout, Billy Pauch Jr., Steve Owings and Billy Dietrich.

Fayetteville’s Lance Dewease scored his 93rd career 410 Sprint car win Saturday at Port Royal Speedway over Tyler Walker, Justin Henderson, Chad Layton and Ryan Taylor. Mike Wagner finished eighth.

Gary Beward made it two straight Late Model wins at the Port over Scott Haus, Mitch Hack, Eric Zembower and Waylon Wagner. Tim Fedder was 17th.

Harrisonville’s Logan Wagner continued his early season domination on the PA 305 Sprint Series tour as he won Saturday’s feature at Port Royal, making it four wins in four starts this season with the series. Wagner had to fend off challenges from his older brother, Michael, before scoring the win over his brother, Randy Kaylor, Scott Kerschner and Joey Hershey. Jerry Bard raced to a career-first Super Late Model win Saturday at Hagerstown Speedway after leading all 25 laps of the feature. Bard took the narrow win over Roy Deese Jr., Kyle Lear, Gary Stuhler and Nick Dickson. Brent Smith was sixth, Frankie Plessinger 12th, Tyler Hershey 14th and Marvin Winters 23rd.

Pete Weaver won the Bill Bowman Memorial for Late Model Sportsman over Chaz Walls, Steve Axtell Jr., Paul Cursey and Trevor Feathers, while Dave Stouffer, Jr. won the Pure Stock main over Bill Ecton Jr., Wayne Hawbaker, Charlie Pensinger and Drew Fitzsimmons. Pat Cannon dominated Saturday’s 358 Sprint car feature at Selinsgrove Speedway, winning over Larry Kelleher, Blane Heimbach, TJ Stutts and Jessica Anderson.

Jeff Rine moved to within two wins of Bobby Croop’s 69 career wins as the best ever at the track with his 67th career win and third of the season over Steve Campbell, Jim Yoder, Mike Walls and Tony Adams.

Cris Eash won a careerfirst 358 Sprint car feature Friday at Trail-Way Speedway over Keith Prutzman, Jeff Rohrbaugh, Steve Owings and Dale Hammaker.

Nick Dickson ended a dry spell at Bedford Speedway with his first win in three years at the track on Friday night. Dickson scored the Late Model win over Andy Haus, Jeff Rine, Chuck Clise and Jeff Miller. Tyler Hershey was 13th.

Robbie Black won the first leg of the Bedford/Rock Limited Late Model Shootout over Rick Singleton, Grant Adams, Justin Kann and DJ Troutman. Defending champ Larry Baer found his way back to victory lane Saturday night in Susquehanna Speedway’s 358 Late Model feature. He won over Coleby Frye, Steve Billet, Justin Ehrhart and Tommy Slanker.

Frankie Herr made it two straight in Super Sportsman action with a win Saturday at Williams Grove Speedway. Herr won over Daryl Sheaffer, Lanny Hake, Jay Fannasy and Jason Fry.

Gene Knaub made it four wins in four starts in Grove 358 Late Model action taking his latest win over Craig Wagaman, Grant Adams, Pat Beard and Pancho Lawler.

The fifth annual Keystone Cup 410 Sprint Series is on tap this weekend beginning Wednesday at Grandview, followed by Port Royal, Williams Grove, Lincoln, Selinsgrove and ending on Memorial Day at Big Diamond. Daryn Pittman is the defending KC champion.

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