Blane Heimbach scored the biggest win of his career in Saturday's Living Legends Dream Race at Port Royal.
For the evening, Heimbach collected $12,760, including $10,000 for the Dream race and another $2,000 for winning his semifinal feature.
Heimbach started second, and took the lead from pole-sitter Rick Lafferty on the ninth of 30 laps. In the end, Heimbach won over Aaron Ott, with Danny Dietrich in third. NASCAR champion Tony Stewart, the winner of the other semifinal feature, finished fourth, with Mike Erdley rounding out the top five. Completing the top 10 were Alan Krimes, Doug Esh, Thomasville's Greg Hodnett, Brent Marks and Lance Dewease.
Heimbach won the first semifinal feature over Dietrich, Esh, Hodnett and Fred Rahmer, who set fast time for the evening. Stewart won the second semifinal over Lafferty, Ott, Dewease and Erdley.
John Heane was the pro-stock winner.
OTHER DIRT TRACK RESULTS
BUCKWALTER TRI UMPHS AT GROVE: Williams Grove was rained out on Saturday, but on Friday evening, Steve Buckwalter scored his first win of the season in the 25-lap, sprint-car feature.
Buckwalter collected $3,850 for leading all 25 laps from the pole position.
Donnie Kreitz Jr. took second from Esh on the final lap, with Dietrich and Marks completing the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Chad Layton, Dewease, Rahmer, Ryan Smith and Adam Wilt.
Stewart got his first local win in the URC 360/358 Rislone Nationals event. Stewart picked up the $4,000 win after charging from the 12th starting spot to the lead after just four of the 25 laps.
Ott finished second, with Dover's Chad Trout, who led the first three laps, in third. Robbie Stillwaggon and Davie Franek completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Eric Tomecek, Randy West, Ryan Bohlke, Ed Aikin and Josh Weller.
MARK SMITH SHINES AT SELINSGROVE: Mark Smith missed a 12-car crash on the first lap and went on to win the 358 sprint feature at Selinsgrove Saturday.
Smith passed Brock Zearfoss for the lead at the midpoint of the 25-lap feature. Fairview Township's Pat Cannon finished second, followed by Jason Shultz, Zearfoss and Cody Keller in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Scott Wilson, Jessica Anderson, Nyle Berkes, Mike Walter and Derek Locke.
Nick Dickson won the late-model open, with Dan Stone getting second. Jeff Rine was third, followed by Newberrytown's Jason Covert, a winner Friday at Thunder Valley, and Greg Satterlee.
Jason Smith won the pro-stock event.
McCLELLAND VICTORI OUS AT TRAILWAY: Brad McClelland won Friday's 358 sprint feature at Trailway.
The win was McClelland's first this year at Trailway, but his division-leading 27th career win.
Dover's Matt Boland, who led the first 20 laps, finished second, with Mike Bittinger in third. Stewartstown's Randy Whisler and Hanover's Tim Wagaman completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Lewisberry's Kyle Moody, Jordan Givler, Hanover's Joe Trone Jr., York's Jeff Rohrbaugh and Manchester's Austin Hogue.
Jason Chronister won the limited-stock feature and Seth Kearchner won the sidewinder micro-sprint feature.
WEAVER WINS LATE- MODEL SPORTSMAN RACE: Pete Weaver won Saturday's late-model sportsman feature at Hagerstown, while Steve Lowery won the pure-stock race and Kenny Thomas was the hobby-stock winner.
RAINOUTS: Sunday's Mach 1 Chassis Mid-Atlantic Championship Series for 358-360 sprint cars and 305 sprint cars at Selinsgrove Speedway was rained out. Tony Stewart arrived in Selinsgrove by jet after he finished fifth in the rain-shortened Pennsylvania 400 NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway. In warm-ups, Stewart timed second-quickest in his Office Depot Racing No. 14 360 sprint car with a lap time of 17.800 seconds (107 mph). Pat Cannon of Etters turned in the fastest lap at 17.614 seconds (108 mph) and won the first sprint-car heat before rain canceled the remainder of the show. Saturday racing was rained out at Lincoln, Williams Grove and Susquehanna.
-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.