2011-06-23 / Sports

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

It was a good night to be a Lear Saturday at Hagerstown Speedway.

Brothers Kyle and Cody Lear each visited victory lane the night before Father’s Day as Kyle Lear captured his first career Super Late Model feature win while brother Cody Lear captured his second career Late Model sportsman feature win.

Aboard the Paul Crowl - wned Late Model, Kyle Lear took the lead on Lap 9 and drove to the win in the 25- lap Late Model event over McConnellsburg’s Marvin Winters, Big Cove Tannery’s Frankie Plessinger, Jim Bernheisel and Ashley Barrett. Tyler Hershey finished 10th, and Brent Smith was 16th.

Cody Lear’s win came in the Hoosier Daddy 25 for Late Model Sportsman over Steve Long, Marvin Winters, Wayne Walls Jr. and Scott Palmer.

Dave Stouffer Jr. won for the second time in Pure Stock action over Kevin Koontz, Drew Fitzsimmons, Wayne Hawbaker and Eddie McClellan.

Gerard McIntyre Jr. captured a career first 410 Sprint car win Friday at Williams Grove Speedway over Brian Montieth, Tyler Walker, Mark Smith and Rick Lafferty.

In the Grove 358 Sprints, Davie Franek won over Adrian Shaffer, Pat Cannon, Logan Schuchart and Rodney Westhafer.

Aaron Ott came out on top of a thrilling Gohn Memorial for 410 Sprints Saturday at Lincoln Speedway, taking the win over Brian Montieth, Greg Hodnett, Tim Glatfelter and Brian Leppo.

Jeff Rohrbaugh won the makeup 358 Sprint car featured rained out on June 4 over Chad Trout, Niki Young, Dale Hammaker and Billy Dietrich, while Jay Galloway scored a career first win in the regular event over Glenndon Forsythe, Niki Young, Austin Reed and Jeff Rohrbaugh. Harrisonsville’s Logan Wagner had finishes of 18th and 16th in the 358 Sprint features.

For the first time this season, Tyler Walker came out on top of a 410 Sprint car feature as he won Saturday night at Port Royal Speedway over Justin Henderson, Steve Buckwalter, Rick Lafferty and Curt Stroup. Harrionsville’s Mike Wagner was eighth.

Matt Parks of Three Springs made it two straight wins at the Port taking the Late Model main over Mitch Hack, Scott Haus, Tim Wilson and Tim Fedder.

Carmen Perigo Jr. won the Super Sportsman tour event at the Port over Scott Geesey, Dave Socks, Rick Barr and Frankie Herr.

TJ Stutts won Saturday’s 358 Sprints Joe Whitcomb Memorial, at Selinsgrove Speedway over Jessica Anderson, Colby Womer, Mark Smith and Eric Tomececk.

Jim Yoder captured his first Late Model win of the season at Selinsgrove beating Jeff Rine, Dylan Yoder, Ken Trevitz and Chad Davis.

Joe Trone, Jr. picked up Friday’s 358 sprint car feature win at Trail-Way Speedway over Jeff Rohrbaugh, Billy Dietrich, Scott Fisher and Jessie Morrison.

The 358 late models had two features at Trail-Way, one a makeup from several weeks back and the regularly scheduled Mike Zeigler Memorial and both races were won by Gene Knaub. Knaub won the makeup over Mike Walls, Chaz Walls, Cam Zeigler and John Baker, while he defeated Mike Walls, Bernie Beard, Shaun Jones and Carl Billet in the Zeigler Memorial.

Justin Ehrhart and Chris Knopp were 358 Late Model winners Saturday at Susquehanna Speedway Park. Knopp won a makeup rained out last week over Knaub, Ehrhart, Carl Billet and Randy Christine Jr., while Ehrhart won over Jason Rochelle, Knaub, Alex Updegraff and John Moser Jr.

Jack Pencil ended a winless drought Friday night at Bedford Speedway with his Late Model win in nearly a year. He scored the win over Dylan Yoder, Shawn Claar, Jeff Miller and Wayne Johnson.

Tim Smith, Jr. won the limited late model feature at Bedford over Donnie Farling, Rick Singleton, Matt Sponaugle and DJ Troutman.

Aboard the Ernie Davisowned machine, Josh Richards won his first World of Outlaws Late Model feature of the year Saturday at Winchester Speedway. Rich-ards won over DJ Myers, Darrell Lanigan, Jeremy Miller and Jamie Lathroum.

Grant Adams won Saturday’s 358 Late Model feature at Williams Grove Speedway over Wes Alleman, Bobby Beard, Chase Billet and Travis Mease.

Matt Sponaugle was the Limited Late Model feature winner at the Rock Allegany County Apeedway Saturday over Barry Miller, Travis Calhoun, Matt Howsare and Brian Lowery with Scott Daniels sixth.

The annual Pennsylvania 410 Sprint Speedweek kicks off this weekend and will run through Sunday, July 3. Lincoln Speedway opens the grueling week this Saturday night, followed by a Sunday date at Bedford, Tuesday at Grandview, Wednesday at Hagerstown, Thursday at Port Royal, Friday at Williams Grove, Saturday back at the Port and ending next Sunday night at Selinsgrove.

Until next week, e-mail Bvores@comcast.net.

Return to top