Donnie Kreitz Jr. won the 25-lap sprint-car feature at Susquehanna Speedway Park on Sunday evening.
The $3,500 win was Kreitz's first victory anywhere this season and marked his 27th career win at Susquehanna.
Kreitz started from the pole and led all 25 laps to score the victory over Thomasville's Greg Hodnett. Aaron Ott finished third, with Blane Heimbach and Brent Marks in the top five.
Rounding out the top 10 were Lance Dewease, Fred Rahmer, Billy Dietrich, York's Adam Wilt and Danny Dietrich, who came back after suffering a flat tire while running second with three laps to go.
In the 20-lap 358 sprint-car feature, Hanover's Jacob Allen scored his first career Susquehanna win. The win was Allen's third overall this season. Allen led all 20 laps to best Fairview Township's Pat Cannon. Dale Hammaker finished third, with Mark Smith and Hanover's Cris Eash in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Hanover's Tim Wagaman, Manchester's Austin Hogue, York's Arron Spahr, Ryan Wilson and Lewisberry's Kyle Moody.
OTHER DIRT TRACK RESULTS
MONTIETH WINS AT LINCOLN: Brian Montieth pulled out a late-race victory in the Gohn Memorial Race at Lincoln Speedway Saturday evening.
The four-time defending track champion claimed $4,475 for his fourth Lincoln win of the season.
Outside front-row starter Brad McClelland led the first four laps of the 25-lap feature before fifth-starter Fred Rahmer took over the top spot. Montieth, who started ninth, tracked down Rahmer and took over the lead on the 19th lap. Brent Marks nipped Rahmer off the final turn for second, with Rahmer in third. Aaron Ott and Danny Dietrich completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were McClelland, Brian Leppo, Jim Siegel, York's Adam Wilt and Ryan Bohlke.
Kody Lehman took the lead from Ryan Lynn on the 19th of 20 laps to win the PASS 305 sprint feature. The win was Lehman's first in 305 competition. Lynn finished second, followed by Mike Wagner II, Billy Ney and Tyler Lebo. Rounding out the top 10 were Jeff Taylor, George Riden, York's Dalton Dietrich, Freddy Rahmer and Erin Statler.
Duane Watson pulled off a last-lap victory in the 20-lap thundercar feature. Wayne Dutterer, who led for 19 laps, finished second, followed by Jason Townsend, Mike Slaybaugh and Will Walls.
LAYTON SHINES AT PORT ROYAL: Chad Layton scored his first Port Royal sprint-car win of the season Saturday.
Layton collected $3,000 for his second overall win of the season.
Layton started from the pole position and led all 25 laps to defeat Daryn Pittman. Ryan Taylor finished third, followed by Lance Dewease, Dave Ely, Michael Ruttkamp, Dan Shetler, Mike Wagner, Jon Brennfleck and Joey Hershey.
Dover's Coleby Frye claimed his first-ever Port Royal late-model win, besting the Port's all-time late-model win leader, Scott Haus. Tim Wilson, Brett Schadel and Andy Haus completed the top five.
Dan Berry was the pro-stock winner.
MARKS VICTORIOUS AT GROVE: Brent Marks won Friday's sprint-car feature at Williams Grove.
Marks collected $4,160 for his first Grove win of the season.
Marks started seventh and took the lead from York's Cory Haas on the 19th of 25 laps. Haas regained the lead on the 21st lap, but Marks was back in front a lap later. Haas finished second, followed by Dietrich, Thomasville's Greg Hodnett, Rahmer, Rick Lafferty, Dewease, Layton, Frank Cozze and Pittman.
Hellam's Adrian Shaffer won the 20-lap 358 sprint feature. Shaffer took the lead when Dale Hammaker ran out of fuel on the 19th lap. Fairview Township's Pat Cannon finished second, with Eric Tomecek in third. Mark Smith and Nate Hammaker completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Jay Galloway, Ryan Wilson, Amy Ott, Arron Eichelberger and New Park's Denny Gross.
On Saturday at the Grove, Wellsville's Scott Geesey picked up his first super-sportsman win of the season. Geesey won the 20-lap feature over Jay Fannasy, with Frankie Herr in third. Dave Socks and Steve Fannasy completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Leroy Martin, Russ Mitten, Eric Walker, Mike Enders and Carmen Perigo Jr.
Randy Stoudt bested Dover's Gene Knaub to win the limited-late-model feature. Travis Mease finished third, followed by Matt Nailor and Jared Miller.
Craig Morgan won his third street-stock feature of the year.
STUTTS EXCELS AT SELINSGROVE: T.J. Stutts won his second Selinsgrove 358 feature in as many weeks on Saturday evening.
This time it was the 30-lap Joe Whitcomb Memorial Race, and Stutts collected $2,071 for his victory.
Jason Shultz finished second, with Cannon in third. Mark Smith and Colby Womer completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Derek Locke, Davie Franek, York's Josh Beard, Cody Keller and Larry Kelleher.
Steve Campbell finally returned to victory lane in the 20-lap, late-model feature. The win was Campbell's 44th career win at Selinsgrove, but the first in several years. Meade Hahn finished second, followed by Jeff Rine, Bryan Bernheisel and Chad Davis.
Hayes Mattern won the pro-stock feature and Ricky Bender was the roadrunner winner.
SPRING GROVE DRIVER TRIUMPHS AT TRAILWAY: Spring Grove's Zach Eucalano won Friday's 25-lap 358 sprint-car feature at Trailway.
Eucalano led all the way to score his second career win.
Shane Hoff finished second, with York's Jeff Rohrbaugh in third. Hanover's Tim Wagaman and Mike Bittinger completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Manchester's Austin Hogue, Lewisberry's Kyle Moody, Keith Prutzman, York's Issac Sneeringer and Steve Owings.
Dan Furman won the Xtreme stock-car feature and Nick McDaniel was the limited-stock winner.
On Saturday at Trailway, Larry Thompson got his first 600cc micro-sprint win of the season. Bret Widener finished second, followed by Bo Gordon, Shawn Seifert and York's Chase Dietz.
Steven Cox won the 270cc micro-sprint feature over Matt Campbell, Jim Still, Colton Laughman and Alex Spaulding.
Jim Young was the sidewinder winner.
-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.