2017-04-20 / Racing Roundup

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

Three new 410 Sprint car winners graced victory lane over the Easter weekend in Central PA racing.

Friday night, it was Lance Dewease driving to his 86th career 410 Sprint car win at Williams Grove Speedway in scoring the win over Danny Dietrich, Freddie Rahmer, Alan Krimes and Steve Buckwalter.

Adrian Shaffer made it four straight season-opening wins in Grove 358 Sprint car action, taking the win over Eric Parker, Matt Findley, Brie Hershey and Doug Hammaker.

Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway, Lucas Wolfe brought home his first win for new car owner Michael Barshinger as he scored the $5,000 Spring Championship over Brian Montieth, Danny Dietrich, Greg Hodnett and Alan Krimes.

Jeff Halligan picked up the 358 Sprint car win at Lincoln over Brent Shearer, Adrian Shaffer, Chandler Leiby and Cody Fletcher.

The third new Sprint car winner came Saturday at Port Royal Speedway where Brock Zearfoss took the win over TJ Stutts, Rick Lafferty,

Mike Wagner and Aaron Ott. Logan Wagner finished ninth.

Trent Brenneman captured a career first win in Port Royal Late Model action as he scored the win over Coleby Frye, Jeff Rine, Dan Stone and Nick Dickson.

Steve Owings won the season opener for 358 Sprints Friday at TrailWay Speedway over Dwight Leppo, Isaac Sneeringer, JB Cunningham and Cody Fletcher.

Gary Stuhler claimed his second win of the season Saturday night at Hagerstown Speedway in the Lucas Oil Late Model qualifier. Stuhler’s 137th career Hagerstown win came over Jamie Lathroum, DJ Myers, Scott Palmer and Andy Anderson. Marvin Winters was eighth and Tyler Hershey 10th.

Kyle Lear scored his second Late Model Sportsman win over Cam Zeigler, Dillan Stake, Mike Walls and Alan Sagi.

Kenny Edkin was a firsttime Super Sportsman winner Saturday at Susquehanna Speedway over Doug Dodson, Scott Dellinger, Mike Enders and Davey Walsh, while Charles Potts won the 358 Late Model feature over Chase Billet, Brad Shank, Justin Ehrhart and Ben Whitaker.

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