Brad McClelland raced to his first victory of the season Saturday evening at Lincoln Speedway.
McClelland collected $3,200 for his second career sprint-car win.
McClelland started fourth and chased rookie sprint-car driver Robbie Kendall for half of the 25-lap distance before taking over the top spot. He went on to score the win over Kendall, who got the best finish of his young career. Spring Grove's Tim Glatfelter finished third, with Jim Siegel and York's Cory Haas in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Brent Marks, Fred Rahmer, Chad Criswell, Ryan Bohlke and Steve Owings.
Manchester's Austin Hogue got his first Lincoln 358 sprint-car win in a 20-lap feature. Hogue had charged from the 11th starting spot to third by the 14th lap, when a bizarre set of circumstances handed him the lead. Under a caution flag, leader Joey Allen, of Hanover, had his car suffer a gear box problem at the same time the second-place runner, York's Tim Berkheimer, Hogue's cousin, had his throttle stick wide open. Both Allen and Berkheimer were able to stop without incident, but both were done for the night.
From that point Hogue had to fend off determined rookie Tyler Ross for the win. Niki Young finished third, followed by York's Jeff Rohrbaugh and Hanover's Cris Eash. Rounding out the top 10 were Hanover's Tim Wagaman, Todd Rittenhouse Jr., Ryan Wilson, Mike Bittinger and Nathan Berwager.
Duane Watson charged from the 12th starting spot to claim his third 20-lap thundercar feature win of the season. Kyle Martin finished second, with early leader Jimmy Combs in third. Danny Beard and Jason Townsend completed the top five.
LAYTON SCORES PORT ROYAL WIN: Chad Layton scored his second Port Royal sprint-car win of the season Saturday.
Layton led all 25 laps from the front row for the $3,000 victory, his third overall win of the season.
Layton survived challenges from several competitors to win over Steve Buckwalter, Blane Heimbach, Danny Holtgraver and Doug Esh. Rounding out the top 10 were Mike Wagner, Dave Ely, Lance Dewease, Frank Cozze and Mike Erdley.
Like Layton, Brett Schadel led all 25 laps to win the late-model championship event. Schadel's second win of the season was worth $2,000. Dover's Coleby Frye finished second, followed by Donnie Schick, Mike Lupfer and Jim Yoder.
John Heane led all 15 laps to win the pro-stock feature.
MORELAND SHINES AT HAGERSTOWN: Kenny Moreland won the Red Ninninger Memorial race for late models Saturday at Hagerstown.
Moreland started second and took the lead from pole-sitter Steve Axtell on the 22nd of 35 laps. Greg Satterlee, Austin Hubbard and Ronnie DeHaven completed the top five.
Steve Lowery was the pure-stock winner.
WAGAMAN EXCELS AT TRAILWAY: Wagaman scored his first win of the season in Friday's 358 sprint feature at Trailway.
Hogue finished second, with McClelland in third. York's Issac Sneeringer and Bittinger completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Keith Prutzman, Lewisberry's Kyle Moody, Spring Grove's Zach Eucalano, Wilson and Rocky Magaro. Bob Stough won the Legends feature over Spring Grove's Harlon Leppo, York's Richard Miller, Scott Gobrecht and Chris Transeau.
Dover's Mike Goodwin was the Xtreme stock winner, and Kyle Rohrbaugh won the limited-stock feature.
Saturday's racing at Trailway was rained out.
GROVE RAINED OUT: Racing at Williams Grove was rained out on both Friday and Saturday.
-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.