Thomasville's Greg Hodnett raced to his 13th victory of the season in Sunday evening's sprint-car show at the Bedford Fairgrounds.
Hodnett collected $3,500 for his win.
Pole-sitter Mike Wagner outgunned Hodnett at the start and appeared to have the race in hand until a restart after third-place runner Lance Dewease suffered a flat tire on the 28th of 40 laps.
Hodnett got by Wagner on that restart and drove to the victory, with Wagner settling for second place.
Daryn Pittman finished third with Hanover's Logan Schuchart and Danny Holtgraver in the top five.
Rounding out the top 10 were: Danny Dietrich, Keith Kauffman, Cliff Brian, Logan Wagner and western Pennsylvania driver Ralph Spithaler.
MONTIETH WINS MORE THAN $5,000 AT LINCOLN: Brian Montieth raced to his sixth Lincoln Speedway win of the season in Saturday's Brandon Little Memorial, Fallen Fire Fighters Night event.
Montieth collected $5,245 for his win in the non-stop, 33-lap feature, which established a track record of 9 minutes, 15.126 seconds for that distance.
After two attempts to start the race went awry, the third attempt proved the charm, and the race went non-stop from there.
York's Cory Haas drove into the early lead, with Montieth beginning to advance from his original seventh starting position. It was on the 27th lap that Montieth took the lead, just two laps after he, Haas and Lance Dewease went three wide through the first and second turns while battling for the lead.
Montieth went on to score the win over Haas, Dewease, Thomasville's Greg Hodnett and Alan Krimes. Rounding out the top 10 were Brent Marks, Fred Rahmer, Aaron Ott, Ryan Bohlke and Brian Leppo.
Scott Fisher led all 20 laps to collect the win in the 358 sprint feature. Extra money for the 358s allowed Fisher to collect $1,333 for his second Lincoln win of the season. Mike Bittinger finished second, with Niki Young making a late-race charge for third. Nathan Berwager and Tyler Ross completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were York's Jeff Rohrbaugh, Brock Zearfoss, Ryan Wilson, Dale Hammaker and Manchester's Austin Hogue.
HEIMBACH SHINES AT PORT ROYAL: Blane Heimbach scored his second win in three weeks at Port Royal Saturday evening.
Heimbach collected $3,000 for his third career Port Royal sprint-car win.
Mike Erdley finished second, with Michael Ruttkamp getting his best sprint-car finish in third. Daryn Pittman and Jimmy Seger completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Mike Wagner, Chad Layton, Rick Lafferty, Bob Bennett and Curt Stroup.
Derek Byler won the late-model feature over Scott Haus, Matt Parks, Mike Lupfer and Tim Gray.
Nate Kerstetter was the pro-stock winner and Ryan Leister won the enduro dash.
HERR VICTORIOUS AT GROVE: Racing was washed out Friday at Williams Grove, but on Saturday Frankie Herr raced to his third super-sportsman win of the season.
Herr's victory came over Jay Fannasy, with Wellsville's Scott Geesey in third. Gregg Foster and Fawn Grove's Paul Miller completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Bobby Hockenberry, Carmen Perigo Jr., Duaine Smith, Rick Barr and Lewisberry's Scott Dellinger.
Dover's Gene Knaub scored his fifth Grove limited-late-model win of the season, with Bernie Beard finishing second. Rounding out the top five were Dover's Larry Baer, Randy Stoudt and Travis Mease.
Craig Morgan won the street-stock feature.
SMITH SHINES AT SELINSGROVE: Mark Smith won his third 358 sprint feature of the year at Selinsgrove on Saturday.
Smith has also won there in a 360 sprint this season. Fairview Township's Pat Cannon claimed second on the final turn, with early leader Phil Walter finishing third. T.J. Stutts and Colby Womer completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Cody Keller, Jessica Anderson, Derek Locke, Jason Shultz and Duane Mausteller.
Jim Bernheisel got his first career Selinsgrove late-model win. Bernheisel has won at nearly all the local tracks, but this marked the first time at Selinsgrove. Jeff Rine, Steve Campbell, Dylan Yoder and Bryan Bernheisel completed the top five.
Brad Mitch won the pro-stock feature, while Bruce Wyland Jr. and Brian Johnson each won roadrunner events.
BARD FIRST AT HAGERSTOWN: Jerry Bard got his first win of the season in Hagerstown's Shorty Bowers/Bull Durham Memorial race for the "topless" late models.
Bard collected $3,000 for his win, which came over Austin Hubbard, Dan Stone, Roy Deese Jr. and Jeremy Miller.
J.T. Spence won the late-model-sportsman feature, with Kevin Boyer winning the pure-stock event and Mark Vegh getting the hobby-stock win.
TRAILWAY RAINED OUT: Trailway was rained out on Friday, which moved its leg of the Lincoln/Trailway Shootout for the 358 sprints to Friday, Aug. 31.
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