The World of Outlaws invaded Central PA over the weekend as the Posse and Outlaws split the two events completed.
After being rained out Wednesday at Lincoln Speedway, the track used a Thursday night raindate when it was defending track champ Danny Dietrich bringing the house down with his second- straight WoO win at Lincoln. Dietrich held Donny Schatz at bay for the entire 35-lap feature to score the thrilling win over Schatz, Sammy Swindell, Tim Kaeding and Brad Sweet.
It was off to Williams Grove Speedway for Friday night action, where it appeared another Posse win was in store as Greg Hodnett held the point until the final corner of the event when Schatz used a lapped car to blast around Hodnett and score the final lap win. Hodnett was second over Fred Rahmer, Daryn Pittman and Paul McMahan.
Hagerstown Speedway was on Lap 7 of the 31-lap Bill Bowman Memorial for Late Model Sportsman on Saturday when rain hit the track, forcing the remaining laps to be postponed until June 8. Scott Palmer was leading the event.
Cody Kershner won the 4-cylinder main at the Maryland oval before the wet weather set in. He defeated Ed Gageby and Kevin Thomas.
The Hobby Stock feature will be made up this Saturday night, while the Pure Stock Main will be made up on June 1.
Robbie Kendall captured a career-first 358 Sprint car win Friday at Trail-Way Speedway over Brad McClelland, Cris Eash, Jeff Rohrbaugh and Austin Hogue.
TJ Stutts won the Saturday night Empire Super Sprints 360 feature at Selinsgrove Speedway as he defeated Pat Cannon, Mark Smith, Robbie Stillwaggon and Jeff Cook.
Cannon turned the tables in the tracks regular 358 Sprint Car Main as he scored the win over Stutts, Cody Keller, Eric Tomecek and Duane Mausteller.
Jim Bernheisel won his second-career Selinsgrove Late Model Main over Meade Hahn, Jim Yoder, Donnie Schick and Chad Davis.
Steve Campbell became the 127th different Late Model feature winner Friday night at Bedford Speedway over Matt Sponaugle, Chad Hollenbeck, Jeff Rine and Chuck Clise, while Tim Smith Jr. won the Limited Late Model feature over Dave Leidy and Craig Perigo,
Rick Eckert scored his first win with new car owner Paul Crowl Saturday night at Winchester Speedway. No other results were available Sunday evening.