Defending World of Outlaws sprint-car champion Daryn Pittman scored a sweep of racing action at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Pittman won both Outlaw features at the Grove for a weekend take of $20,000.

Pittman, who drives for NASCAR star Kasey Kahne, led every lap of the feature on both nights, although on Saturday night he had numerous challenges from Donnie Kreitz Jr. and Lucas Wolfe.

In Saturday's 30-lap feature, Pittman scored the win over Kreitz, Wolfe, Stevie Smith and Donny Schatz. Rounding out the top 10 were Dave Blaney, Paul McMahan, Shane Stewart, Kerry Madsen and Alan Krimes.

In Friday's 25-lap feature, Pittman's win came over Joey Saldana, Schatz, David Gravel, Stevie Smith, Krimes, Justin Barger, Danny Dietrich, Brent Marks and Aaron Ott.

OTHER DIRT TRACK RACING

Mark Smith triumphs at Selinsgrove: Mark Smith won Saturday's ESS 360 sprint-car feature at Selinsgrove.

Smith's third Selinsgrove win of the season came over Jason Shultz. Cody Keller finished third, followed by Fairview Township's Pat Cannon. Rounding out the top 10 were Steve Poirier, Etienne Girard, Steve Collins, Chuck Hebing, Justin Barney and Paul Kinney.

Jeff Rine won the late-model feature over Dave Zona, with Bryan Bernheisel, Andy Haus and Steve Campbell in the top five.

Kyle Bachman was the pro-stock winner and Brian Johnson won the roadrunner feature.

Kendall shines at Trailway: Robbie Kendall won Friday's 358 sprint-car feature at Trailway.

Kendall's win came over Brad McClelland, with Cody Fletcher, New Freedom's Denny Gross and Wyatt Hinkle in the top five. Next in line were Randy Whisler, Jeff Halligan, Tim Stallings and Dwight Leppo.

Stoverstown's Cam Zeigler won the limited-late model feature over Tyler Horst, Jimmy Jesmer Jr., Travis Mease and Jeff King.

Ricky Weaver was the limited-stock winner.

Stillwaggon, Carber excel in URC action: Robbie Stillwaggon outbattled his teammate, Randy West, to win Friday's URC 360 sprint feature at Bedford.

Ed Aikin, Davie Franek and Brian Carber completed the top five.

On Saturday at Delaware International Speedway, Carber scored a big win in the Kramer Williamson Memorial Race. Carber led every lap to collect $4,588. Aikin, Franek, Curt Michael and Jason Clauss completed the top five.

Perigo wins at Path Valley: Carmen Perigo Jr. won the wingless super-sportsman feature at Path Valley on Friday.

Hagerstown postponed: Hagerstown was forced to postpone Saturday's racing program when the Conococheague Creek, which flows just outside the back stretch, overflowed its banks and flooded the infield and third turn of the speedway.

— Reach Bryan Householder at sports@yorkdispatch.com.