Brian Montieth scored his seventh Lincoln Speedway win of the season in Saturday's Kenny Weld Memorial Race.
Montieth's eighth overall win of the season was worth $6,220.
The 40-lap Weld Memorial could be described as two races in one. The first half of the race saw a five-car battle for the lead, but once Montieth got to the front he checked out on the field.
Spring Grove's Tim Glatfelter led the first seven laps of the race before yielding the top spot to Steve Owings, who led until the 12th lap. That's when Lance Dewease, Fred Rahmer and Montieth all got by Owings. A lap later Montieth blasted by both Rahmer and Dewease and drove away from the field to score the win.
Dewease bested Rahmer in the race-long battle for second spot, with Brent Marks getting fourth. Brian Leppo completed the top five. York's Cory Haas finished sixth, with Thomasville's Greg Hodnett, Danny Dietrich, Alan Krimes and Hanover's Logan Schuchart in the top 10.
Brian Walls won his eighth thundercar feature of the season over Todd Miller, Mikey Guise, Will Walls and Wayne Dutterer.
OTHER DIRT TRACK RESULTS
WELLSVILLE DRIVER WINS AT PORT ROYAL: Wellsville's Scott Geesey led all the way to win Saturday's super-sportsman feature at Port Royal.
Geesey bested Rick Barr for the win, with Dillsburg's Rich Eichelberger in third. Russ Mitten and Chad Criswell completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Dale Hammaker, Dave Socks, Carmen Perigo Jr., Mallie Shuster and Frankie Herr.
In the 305 sprint championship event, Jake Waters got his first career win, besting Nathan Gramley for the checkered flag. Ryan Stillwaggon was third, followed by Tim Tanner and Rick Steif.
Jason Zook won the enduro dash.
COCHRAN EXCELS AT SELINSGROVE: Matt Cochran scored his second win of the season in Selinsgrove's Fall Classic for the late models. Cochran took the lead from Newberrytown's Jason Covert on the 27th of 30 laps to pick up the $5,000 win.
Jeff Rine returned from an early-race pit stop to get second from Covert at the end. Dan Stone and Dylan Yoder completed the top five.
Bob Bussey was the roadrunner winner.
FRIDAY RAIN: Friday racing around the area was washed out by the all-day rain.
-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.