Thomasville's Greg Hodnett and Lance Dewease each won 25-lap sprint-car features at Port Royal Speedway Saturday evening.
Hodnett came from the ninth starting spot to win the make-up of the previous week's rained-out feature event. He collected $3,000 for his second win of the weekend. Fred Rahmer finished second, with Dewease in third. Chad Layton and Justin Henderson rounded out the top five. Completing the top 10 were Doug Esh, Mike Erdley, Rick Lafferty, Mike Wagner and Cliff Brian.
In the second feature Dewease chased Rahmer until the final turn to take the $3,000 victory. Rahmer was again second, with Esh, Erdley and Jessica Zemken in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Nicole Bower, Wagner, Layton, Hodnett and Nate Snyder.
Scott Haus won the late-model feature, his 93rd career Port Royal win. Mike Lupfer finished second, followed by Mitch Hack, Bob Dunn and Tim Wilson.
Jeff Bryner was the pro-stock winner.
OTHER DIRT TRACK RESULTS
MONTIETH SHINES AT LINCOLN: Four-time defending track champion Brian Montieth became Lincoln Speedway's first repeat sprint-car winner of the season Saturday.
Montieth collected $4,000 for his win in the 30-lap Spring Championship.
Danny Dietrich led from the pole position, with third-starter Montieth in hot pursuit until Montieth made the winning pass on the 25th lap of the non-stop event.
Lucas Wolfe finished third, with Brent Marks and York's Cory Haas in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Hanover's Logan Schuchart, Brian Leppo, Jim Siegel, Ryan Bohlke and Billy Dietrich.
Bobby Hockenberry opened the super-sportsman season with a flag-to-flag victory in the 25-lap event. Wellsville's Scott Geesey chased Hockenberry the whole way, with defending series champion Frankie Herr in third. Mike Enders and Russ Mitten completed the top five, with Jay Fannasy, Rick Barr, Eric Eckert, Steve Fannasy and Dave Socks in the top 10.
Rookie driver Jimmy Jesmer, 18, led all 20 laps to win the thundercar feature. Todd Miller finished second, followed by Brian Walls, Duane Watson and Mike Slaybaugh.
FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP'S CANNON SHINES AT SE LINSGROVE: Fairview Township's Pat Cannon kept up his winning ways in Selinsgrove's 358 sprint-car feature Saturday.
Cannon has now won three 358 sprint-car races this season, plus last week's 360 sprint event at Selinsgrove.
Mark Smith finished second at Selinsgrove, with Jason Shultz in third. T.J. Stutts was awarded fourth after apparent fourth-place-finisher Scott Flammer didn't meet minimum weight following the race. Rounding out the top 10 were Larry Kelleher, Derek Locke, Eric Tomecek, Phil Walter, Jessica Anderson and Matt Horst.
Dylan Yoder won the late-model feature over Dover's Coleby Frye. Jeff Rine, Jim Yoder and Jim Bernheisel completed the top five. A.J. Hoffman was the pro-stock winner and Bob Bussey won the roadrunner feature.
SATTELEE EXCELS AT HAGERSTOWN: Greg Sattelee fended off everything Josh Richards had to offer to pick up his first career Hagerstown late-model win.
Satterlee collected $2,100 for his win in the 25-lap event. Richards finished second, with Nick Dickson in third. Jamie Lathroum and Newberrytown's Jason Covert completed the top five.
Wayne Walls Jr. won the late-model-sportsman feature over Justin Weaver, with Jake Jones, Andy Fries and Terry Flaherty in the top five.
Brian Miller was the pure-stock winner and Kenny Thomas won the hobby-stock event.
HODNETT VICTORIOUS AT GROVE: Hodnett won his second in a row at Williams Grove Friday collecting $4,160 after winning from the 11th starting spot.
Aaron Ott led the first 19 of 25 laps before a blown tire sent him into a roll over on the front stretch. Ott was uninjured, and Hodnett took over the lead. Layton finished second, with Esh, Danny Dietrich, Bohlke, Ryan Smith, Schuchart, Alan Krimes, Rahmer and Red Lion's Cody Darrah in the top 10.
Kevin Nouse fended off repeated challenges from Cannon to win the 358 sprint feature. Mark Smith finished third, followed by York's Josh Beard, Dover's Tim Berkheimer, Hellam's Adrian Shaffer, Dale Hammaker, Dover's Ted Thomas Jr., Davie Franek and Hanover's Jacob Allen.
LEWISBERRY'S MOODY WINS AT TRAILWAY: Lewisberry's Kyle Moody got his first career Trailway 358 sprint win Friday evening.
Moody won over Mike Bittinger, with Hanover's Cris Eash in third. Shane Hoff, Steve Owings, Hanover's Tim Wagaman, Spring Grove's Zach Eucalano, Hanover's Joe Trone Jr., Brad McClelland and Keith Prutzman completed the top 10.
Jeremy Stremel won the Xtreme stock feature and Terry Hartlaub was the Friday limited-stock winner. Matt Chronister won Saturday's limited-stock event.
The Legends cars also competed at Trailway on both Friday and Saturday. On Friday, York's Bill Diehl won in his first-ever visit to Trailway. Bob Stough finished second, with Scott Houdeshell, Spring Grove's Harlon Leppo and Tim Henry in the top five.
After a sixth-place finish Friday, Scott Gobrecht came back to win on Saturday. Stough again finished second, with Diehl in third. Greg Burd and Henry completed the top five.
Saturday's 600cc micro-sprint feature went to 15-year-old Colton Laughman, while Bill Laughman won the 270cc micro-sprint feature.
Hanna Riser, David Holbrook, Travis Scott and Todd Hoover trailed the younger Laughman in the 600 event. In the 270 event, Nik Gower, Steven Cox, Colton Young and Jim Still followed the older Laughman.
-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.