2018-07-05 / Racing Roundup

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

The 28th annual Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek kicked off Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway where Trey Starks led all 30 laps to score the win. Starks outran Greg Hodnett, Chad Trout, James McFadden and Brock Zearfoss for the $5,000 win.

Speedweek hit Lincoln Speedway Saturday where it was Danny Dietrich winning a nonstop 30-lap thriller that saw Lance Dewease come on strong to challenge on the final circuit. But it was Dietrich scoring the $7,000 win in the Kevin Gobrecht Memorial ahead of Dewease, Brian Montieth, Lucas Wolfe and Chad Trout.

Jeff Rine was the Super Late Model winner Saturday at Port Royal Speedway over Tim Wilson, Dylan Yoder, Tim Smith Jr. and Andy Haus, with McConnellsburg’s Marvin Winters placing eighth.

Jeff Halligan was the Port Royal 358 Sprint car winner over Eric Parker, Steve Drevecki, Doug Hammaker and Troy Wagaman Jr., while Zach Newlin won the makeup 305 Sprint car main over Jonathon Jones and Dylan Shatzer. Kyle Smith won the regular 305 Sprint Main over Nick Sweigart and Kyle Ganoe.

Logan Roberson took the win in Saturday’s Crate Late Model feature at Hagerstown Speedway over Mike Franklin, Tyler Hershey, Transton Stoner and Tanner Kerr.

Jamie Zentmyer won the Pure Stock feature at Hagerstown over Jamey Swank and Wayne Hawbaker while Jonathon Raley won the Hobby Stocks over Tom Caravello and William Ecton, Jr.

Jason Shultz picked up the 360 Sprint car win Saturday at Selinsgrove Speedway over Derek Locke, Mike Walter, Chad Layton and Mark Smith, while Coleby Frye was the Super Late Model winner over Hayes Mattern, Bryan Bernheisel, Brett Schadel and Jim Yoder.

Pennsylvania Speedweek invaded Path Valley Speedway Sunday night where Ohio driver Cole Duncan stole the big $10,000 payday from the Posse, taking the win over Freddie Rahmer, Brock Zearfoss, Harrisonville’s Mike Wagner and Trey Starks. Logan Wagner earned a $500 bonus for the Hard Charger, going 24th to ninth in the 50-lap feature.

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