Rick Lafferty drove to his first Williams Grove sprint-car win since 2008 on Sunday evening during the Billy Kimmel Memorial.
Lafferty collected $3,830 for his second overall win this season.
Lafferty started fourth and took the lead from Davey Sammons on the third of 25 laps. Alan Krimes passed Sammons for second on the final lap, with Sammons, Brent Marks and Doug Esh in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Thomasville's Greg Hodnett, Frank Cozze, Lance Dewease, Fred Rahmer and Daryn Pittman.
Mark Smith won the 358 sprint-car feature, taking the lead from Brian Garland on the fifth of 20 laps. Fairview Township's Pat Cannon finished second, with Ryan Wilson in third. Eric Tomecek and Garland completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Hellam's Adrian Shaffer, Nate Hammaker, Dover's Tim Berkheimer, Dale Hammaker and Franklintown's Brie Hershey.
Rick Barr won the 20-lap super-sportsman feature, coming out on top of a three-car battle that lasted most of the race. Barr led the final four laps. Fawn Grove's Paul Miller, who led the first six laps, finished second, with Bobby Hockenberry, who led laps 7-16, getting third. Russ Mitten and Frankie Herr completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Eric Walker, Jay Fannasy, Lewisberry's Scott Dellinger, Carmen Perigo Jr. and Mike Enders.
OTHER DIRT TRACK RACING
KRIMES RACES TO LINCOLN WIN: Krimes raced to his first Lincoln win of the season Saturday evening.
Krimes collected $3,200 for his second overall win of the year.
Krimes started fifth in the 25-lap event and lurked just behind the leaders over the hectic opening laps of the race. Three different drivers led on the first lap, with York's Cory Haas the leader at the completion of that lap. Haas led until the 11th lap, when Marks took over the top spot. It wasn't until the 19th lap that Krimes slipped past Marks for the lead. He went on to win over Marks, with Danny Dietrich in third. Brian Montieth and Haas completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Billy Dietrich, Brad McClelland, Jim Siegel, Niki Young and Gerard McIntyre Jr.
D.J. Montgomery won his first career 358 sprint-car event. Montgomery inherited the lead on the 15th of 20 laps after New Freedom's Denny Gross crashed hard after suffering mechanical problems while leading. Mike Bittinger pressured Montgomery over the closing laps, but had to settle for second. Hanover's Cris Eash was third, with York's Jeff Rohrbaugh and Todd Rittenhouse Jr. in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Hanover's Tim Wagaman, Nathan Berwager, Young, Tyler Ross and Manchester's Austin Hogue.
Steve Wilbur started from the pole and led all 25 laps to win the non-stop, super-sportsman feature in a track-record time of 7 minutes, 20.33 seconds. While Wilbur was solid at the front, Wellsville's Scott Geesey charged from the 15th starting spot to fall just a car length short at the finish. Eric Eckert, Dave Berkheimer and Fannasy completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Perigo, Duaine Smith, Dellinger, Enders and Mitten.
COZZE WINS AT PORT ROYAL: Second-year, sprint-car driver Cozze raced to his first career sprint-car win Saturday at Port Royal.
The veteran driver, who has won countless modified features, including the big race at Syracuse, N.Y., during his 30-plus-year career as a race driver, called Saturday's win his biggest yet. Cozze collected $3,000 for leading all 25 laps.
Lafferty finished second, with Sammons, Mike Erdley and Rahmer in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Chad Layton, Dylan Cisney, Mike Wagner, Bob Bennett and Steve Buckwalter.
Greg Satterlee won the Butch Renninger Memorial late-model race that was sanctioned by the Three States Flyer Series.
Satterlee won out in a tight battle with Jeff Rine, who slipped to third in the closing laps, with Mike Lupfer getting second. Jeremy Miller and Dylan Yoder completed the top five. Derrike Garman won the pro-stock feature and Bill Powell was the enduro dash winner.
Port Royal's 2012 Labor Day Classic for 410 sprints and ARDC Midgets were rained out Monday afternoon.
Track officials tried to wait out persistent rain showers and drizzle for nearly five hours while attempting to prepare the surface. The race was called at 2:45 p.m.
CANNON EARNS $8,000 AT SELINSGROVE: Cannon collected $8,000 for his dominating performance in Selinsgrove's National Open for the 358/360 sprints on Saturday.
Cannon scored the win over Pittman, with Dewease in third. T.J. Stutts and Mark Smith completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Justin Barger, Jason Shultz, Hanover's Logan Schuchart, Cody Keller and Kevin Ward Jr.
Hayes Mattern won the pro-stock event.
THOMASVILLE HOD NETT SHINES AT GROVE: Hodnett, Marks and Haas split the Jack Gunn Memorial Triple 20s at Williams Grove Friday.
Hodnett collected $2,500 for his win in the opening event. Hodnett took the lead from Donnie Kreitz Jr. on the 12th lap. Danny Dietrich finished second, with Kreitz, Pittman and York's Adam Wilt in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Rahmer, Haas, Montieth, McIntyre and Krimes.
In the second event, Marks led all 20 laps for the win after starting outside the front row. Marks had earned that starting spot after charging from the 23rd starting spot to 11th in the first event. Doug Esh finished second, with Haas, Danny Dietrich, Montieth, Hodnett, Pittman, Rahmer, Krimes and Layton in the top 10. That race also paid $2,500 to win.
Haas took the nightcap event, and collected $5,000 for that win, bringing his total for the evening to $6,450. Haas started second, but didn't take the lead from Pittman until the 15th lap. Pittman, Hodnett, Esh, Danny Dietrich, Montieth, Krimes, Dewease, Kreitz and Layton completed the top 10.
Donnie Hendershot and Reed Saloney split the Twin 10s for the sidewinder micro sprints.
BITTINGER VICTORI OUS AT TRAILWAY: Bittinger won Friday's 358 sprint-car feature at Trailway, leading all 25 laps.
Bittinger's win also secured the Lincoln/Trailway Shootout title. Wagaman finished second, with Wilson in third. Steve Owings and Spring Grove's Zach Eucalano completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Lewisberry's Kyle Moody, Scott Fisher, Hogue, Keith Prutzman and Hanover's Joe Trone Jr.
Dan Furman won the Xtreme stock-car feature and Kyle Rohrbaugh was the limited-stock winner.
STILLWAGGON FIRST IN URC EVENT: Point leader Robbie Stillwaggon won Saturday's URC sprint-car feature at Delaware International.
Stillwaggon won after a torrid battle with Joey Biasi, who finished second. Davie Franek, Steve Downs and Dover's Chad Trout completed the top five.
-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.