Danny Dietrich continued his dream season at Lincoln Speedway Saturday evening.
Dietrich collected $5,000 for winning the 30-lap All Star Circuit of Champions race. The win was Dietrich's fourth of the season at Lincoln and fifth overall. It also gave him Lincoln wins against the World of Outlaws and All Stars in less than a month's time.
Front-row starters Tim Shaffer and Fred Rahmer raced wheel to wheel for the lead for three quarters of the first lap, before Alan Krimes surprised them with a three-wide move off Turn 4 for the lead. Krimes, who started third, held the lead until the 12th lap, when Dietrich, who started fourth, took command and drove away. He won the non-stop feature event in a time of 8 minutes, 33.558 seconds.
Krimes finished second, with Rahmer in third. York's Cory Haas and Aaron Ott completed a Pennsylvania Posse sweep of the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Stevie Smith, Shaffer, Dale Blaney, Cap Henry and Paul McMahon.
Defending NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart won a heat race and finished 17th in the feature.
Rookie Shane Hoff led all 20 laps to win the 358 sprint feature, his first at Lincoln and second overall this season. Keith Prutzman finished second, with Franklintown's Brie Hershey in third. Niki Young and Dover's Tim Berkheimer completed the first five. Rounding out the top 10 were Ryan Wilson, Doug Hammaker, Todd Rittenhouse Jr., Hanover's Cris Eash and Tyler Ross.
LEPPO TRIUMPHS AT GROVE: Friday at Williams Grove, Brian Leppo, driving the Zemco sprinter for a one-night deal, came out on top of a torrid battle to score the All Star victory.
Leppo's second overall win of the season was also worth $5,000.
Leppo and Brian Montieth swapped the lead numerous times during the 30-lap contest, with Leppo credited with leading laps 1-11 and 22-30. That 22nd lap saw the two drivers swap the lead four times, before Leppo regained command. Montieth ran out of fuel on a 27th-lap restart, bottling up the field and sending York's Cory Haas flipping wildly. Haas was pretty bruised, but raced again the next night.
Stevie Smith finished second, with Thomasville's Greg Hodnett in third. Shaffer and Donnie Kreitz Jr. completed the top five. Lance Dewease, Dietrich, David Gravel, Brent Marks and Ryan Bohlke completed the top 10.
NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart won the B-Main and finished 14th in the feature.
Tim Buckwalter led all 20 laps to claim the ARDC Midget feature win over uncle Steve Buckwalter. P.J. Garguilo, Parker Evans and Wrightsville's Drew Heistand completed the top five.
In Saturday's super-sportsman feature, Steve Wilbur returned to victory lane for the first time in many years. Since his last victory, Wilbur has suffered through serious burns and a concussion. Wilbur bested Lewisberry's Scott Dellinger for the win, with Mike Enders, Frankie Herr and Rick Barr in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Steve Fannasy, John Stoner, Carmen Perigo Jr., Wellsville's Scott Geesey and Dover's Lanny Hake.
Dover's Gene Knaub won the limited-late-model feature over Matt Henry. Hanover's Sam Gallagher was third, followed by Jared Miller and John Ebersole.
Twin 15-lap features for the street stocks went to Doug Hoffman and Craig Morgan.
GARDNER WINS AT PORT ROYAL: Damion Gardner won Saturday's USAC wingless sprint-car feature at Port Royal.
Gardner's $6,000 win came over Tracy Hines, Jon Stanbrough, Robert Ballou and Dave Darland.
Trevor Kobylarz won the ARDC Midget feature over Alex Bright, Bruce Buckwalter Jr., Garguilo and Brett Arndt.
Derrick Garman was the pro-stock winner.
In a recap of USAC's "Eastern Storm," 2012 Indy 500 rookie Bryan Clauson won Tuesday at Grandview and Thursday at New Egypt, while Chris Windom won Friday at Big Diamond.
STUTTS VICTORIOUS AT SELINSGROVE: T.J. Stutts got his first win of the season Saturday at Selinsgrove in the 25-lap 358 sprint feature.
Blane Heimbach finished second, followed by Phil Walter, Jason Shultz and Fairview Township's Pat Cannon in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Derek Locke, Colby Womer, York's Josh Beard, Matt Horst and Brian Nornhold.
Dover's Coleby Frye won the late-model championship race over Jamie Lathroum, with Greg Satterlee in third. Bryan Bernheisel and Dylan Yoder completed the top five.
A.J. Hoffman won the pro-stock feature and Brian Johnson was the roadrunner winner.
OWINGS LEADS WAY AT TRAILWAY: Steve Owings got his second Trailway 358 sprint win of the season on Friday evening.
Owings topped Jordan Givler for the win, with York's Jeff Rohrbaugh in third. Hanover's Joe Trone Jr. and Mike Bittinger completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Manchester's Austin Hogue, Lewisberry's Kyle Moody, Prutzman, Wilson and Stewartstown's Randy Whisler.
The Legends cars raced at Trailway on both Friday and Saturday, and Tim Henry scored the wins on both night. On Friday, York's Bill Diehl, York's Lucas Montgomery, Spring Grove's Harlon Leppo and York's Rick Miller rounded out the top five.
On Saturday, Scott Gobrecht chased Henry to the line, with Miller, John Hall and Greg Burd in the top five.
Saturday's 600cc micro-sprint feature found teenager Chase Dietz getting his third win of the season over Brett Widener, J.D. Harman, Todd Hoover and David Holbrook.
The 270cc micro-sprint feature went to Jim Still over Steven Cox, Michael Boer, Colt Young and Lyle Stroman.
LEAVELL SHINES AT HAGERSTOWN: The Steel Block Bandits late-model series raced at Hagerstown on Saturday and Joe Leavell won both features.
The first was the make-up of the Bonebrake Tribute race in honor of longtime car owner Richard Bonebrake. Justin Weaver finished second, followed by Andy Fries, Glenn Elliott and Walker Aurthur. Wes Bonebrake finished 10th and Denny Bonebrake was 22nd.
The regular event again saw Leavell best Weaver, with Elliott, Tyler Armstrong and Wayne Walls Jr. in the top five. Darrin Younker won the pure-stock event and Lane Hessong was the hobby-stock winner.
BOHLKE TOPS URC EVENT: Ryan Bohlke won Saturday's URC 360 sprint-car feature at Delaware International.
Bohlke scored the win over Robbie Stillwaggon, Randy West, Dover's Chad Trout and Andy Best.
-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.