Danny Dietrich raced to his second Lincoln Speedway win of the season on Saturday evening.

Dietrich's fourth overall win of the season was also his 18th career Lincoln win, leaving him just one win shy of his father, Dan Dietrich, on Lincoln's all-time win list. Dietrich collected $3,200 for his win in the 25-lap feature.

Dietrich started sixth and grabbed the lead from his older brother, Billy Dietrich, on the 14th lap. He went on to win over Brent Marks, with Billy Dietrich in third. York's Cory Haas passed two cars off the final turn for fourth, with Alan Krimes in fifth.

Rounding out the top 10 were Brian Montieth, Jim Siegel, Fred Rahmer, Hanover's Logan Schuchart and Robbie Kendall.

Manchester's Austin Hogue also claimed his second Lincoln win of the season in the 358 sprint feature. Hogue started 10th and took the lead on the 10th of 20 laps to score his fourth overall win of the season. Dale Hammaker finished second, with Tyler Ross in third. Jay Galloway and Niki Young, who came from the rear after an early-race tangle, completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Hanover's Tim Wagaman, Newberrytown's Michael Hamer, York's Chase Dietz, Dillsburg's Brie Hershey and Chandler Leiby.

Fred Cullumn edged his son, Justin Cullumn, by the slimmest of margins to win the All-American Outlaws feature. The two drivers had swapped the lead seven times in the 20-lap contest.

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LAYTON WINS AT PORT ROYAL: Chad Layton raced to his second Port Royal sprint-car win of the season in Saturday's 25-lap feature.

Layton collected $3,000 for the victory.

Layton outgunned fellow front-row starter Greg Hodnett, of Thomasville, on the first lap and led the entire distance. Hodnett finished second, with Doug Esh in third. Steve Buckwalter and Mike Erdley completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Dylan Cisney, Lance Dewease, Rick Lafferty, Keith Kauffman and Blane Heimbach.

Glenn Elliott was the late-model winner over Matt Parks, Terry Naugle, Tim Wilson and Chris Casner.

Derrick Garman won the pro-stock feature and Bill Powell was the enduro dash winner.

KRIMES SHINES AT GROVE: At Williams Grove on Friday, Alan Krimes raced to his first Grove win of the season in the 25-lap, sprint-car feature.

Krimes' second overall win of the season was worth $4,000. Krimes started from the pole and fended off numerous challenges from fellow front-row starter Rick Lafferty for the win.

Fred Rahmer finished third, with Donnie Kreitz Jr. and Thomasville's Greg Hodnett in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Danny Dietrich, Lance Dewease, Brent Marks, Steve Buckwalter and Brian Montieth.

In the 20-lap 358 feature, Dillsburg's Brie Hershey led every lap for her first career Grove win. Hershey's win came over Eric Tomecek, Hellam's Adrian Shaffer, Kevin Nouse, Dover's Ted Thomas Jr., Dover's Tim Berkheimer, Dale Hammaker, Billy Johns, Jay Galloway and Scott Fisher.

On Saturday, Chad Criswell won the super-sportsman feature over Doug Dodson. The win was Criswell's first at the Grove this year, and second in as many weeks. Jay Fannasy finished third, with Wellsville's Scott Geesey, Rick Barr, Steve Fannasy, Todd Leonard, Frankie Herr, Dillsburg's Rich Eichelberger and Russ Mitten in the top 10.

Grant Adams scored his second Grove limited-late-model win of the season over Travis Mease, Wes Alleman, Jake Jones and Bobby Beard.

Dustin Hollinger was the street-stock winner.

CANNON VICTORIOUS AT SELINSGROVE: Fairview Township's Pat Cannon won his third Selinsgrove 358 sprint feature of the season Saturday.

Cannon grabbed the lead from Mark Smith on the 17th of 25 laps. Smith finished second, followed by Jason Shultz, Larry Kelleher and Matt Horst in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were T.J. Stutts, Ryan Kissinger, Nyle Berkes, Colby Womer and Duane Mausteller.

Jeff Rine was the late-model winner over Bryan Bernheisel, Tony Adams, Matt Cochran and Kenny Trevitz.

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

COVERT FIRST AT HAGERSTOWN: Newberrytown's Jason Covert dominated the second leg of the Appalachian Mountain Late Model Speedweek Saturday at Hagerstown.

Covert started from the pole and led all 40 laps for the $5,000 win.

Greg Satterlee finished second, with Dan Stone in third. Tyler Hershey, Austin Hubbard, C.S. Fitzgerald, Vic Coffey, who won Friday's Speedweek feature at Potomac, Devin Freise, Dale Hollidge and Roy Deese Jr. completed the top five.

Pure-stock features went to Kevin Boyer and Drew Fitzsimmons.

McCLELLAND BREAKS THROUGH AT TRAILWAY: After finishing second two weeks in a row, Brad McClelland finally got his first Trailway 358 sprint win of the season Friday.

The win was McClelland's division-leading 28th career 358 sprint win at Trailway.

York's Jeff Rohrbaugh finished second, with Robbie Kendall in third. York's Issac Sneeringer and Stewartstown's Randy Whisler completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Shane Hoff, Spring Grove's Zach Eucalano, Seth Kearchner, Cody Fletcher and Hanover's Cris Eash.

Chris Transeau won the Legends feature over Bob Stough, with York's Bill Diehl in third. Greg Martz and Chad Ernst completed the top five.

Terry Hartlaub won the limited-stock feature and Dan Furman was the street-stock winner.

LEIDL TAKES URC WIN: Art Leidl won Saturday's URC sprint-car feature at New Egypt, N.J., after J.J. Grasso flipped with just a few laps remaining.

Grasso was leading when he tangled with a lapped car. Kevin Darling finished second, followed by Brian Carber, Andy Best and Davey Franek.

-- Reach Bryan House holder at sports@yorkdis patch.com.