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Doug Hammaker Gets Second Win in 358's

By Brad Vores for Susquehanna Speedway
YORK HAVEN, PA...5/7/17
Anytime Lance Dewease and the Don Kreitz Racing team hit the race track, odds are high that they will be standing in victory lane at the end of the night.

Dewease successfully defended his win in Sunday night's Kevin Gobrecht Classic.

Dewease's win came in the second of seven BAPS Auto Paints and Supplies 410 Sprint Series events at the York Haven oval and was worth $5,760 to the Fayetteville veteran.

Dewease lined up fifth on the starting grid as polesitter and dash winner Greg Hodnett set the early pace through the first four laps before a caution for Bradley Howard closed the field.

Brian Montieth drove around Hodnett on the restart and immediately pulled away, opening up a four-second advantage when disaster struck with 15 laps complete when Trey Starks spun as Montieth was coming up to lap him and had no where to go and hit Starks to bring out the red flag.

This put Dewease on the point and he would never look back in scoring his fourth win in five starts this season and first win at Susquehanna in 2017.

Hodnett finished in the runner-up spot trailed by Aaron Ott, ninth-starting Lucas Wolfe and 13th starting Brock Zearfoss with Brandon Rahmer, Kyle Moody, Ryan Smith, Kyle Reinhardt and Tyler Ross completing the top ten finishers.

Dewease's lap of 15.241 seconds paced the 27-car BAPS 410 Sprint field while heat races were won by Dewease, Starks and Moody. Freddie Rahmer was the consolation winner.

Doug Hammaker took his second straight win in the 25-lap 358 Sprint car feature, which was the Grantville drivers third overall win in 2017.

Brent Shearer led the first three circuits before giving way to Hammaker who then the on during the marathon feature, that saw seven cautions and one red flag slow the pace.

Hammaker was strong throughout the event to bring home the checkered flag over Dwight Leppo, Jordan Givler, Troy Wagaman, Jr. and Brett Wanner with TJ DeHaven, Cody Fletcher, Jared Esh, Chris Frank and Wyatt Hinkle rounding out the top ten.

Kevin Nouse, Jared Esh and Givler were heat race winners for the 28 car field as Jeff Halligan won the consolation.

Next up for the BAPS Auto Paints and Supplies 410 Sprint Series will be a special Thursday night program on Thursday, June 8 as the 410 Sprints will be joined by the PASS/IMCA 305. Racing will begin at 7 PM.
410 SPRINTS (30 Laps): 1) 69K Lance Dewease 2) 27 Greg Hodnett 3) 25 Aaron Ott 4) 24 Lucas Wolfe 5) 3Z Brock Zearfoss 6) 88 Brandon Rahmer 7) 99m Kyle Moody 8) 59 Ryan Smith 9) 91 Kyle Reinhardt 10) 5 Tyler Ross 11) 39 Anthony Macri 12) 7w Logan Wagner 13) 51 Freddie Rahmer 14) 17B Steve Buckwalter 15) 16 Matt Campbell 16) 1x Chad Trout 17) 39 Cory Haas 18) 2w Glenndon Forsythe 19) 47K Kody Lehman 20) 12 Mike Bittinger 21) 9 Ryan Linder 22) 21 Brian Montieth 23) 44 Trey Starks 24) 49H.
358 Sprints (25 Laps): 1) 66 Doug Hammaker 2) 4 Dwight Leppo 3) 90 Jordan Givler 4) 19 Troy Wagaman Jr. 5) 54 Brett Wanner 6) 74 TJ DeHaven 7) 66a Cody Fletcher 8) 30 Jared Esh 9) 00 Chris Frank 10) 19D Wyatt Hinkle 11) 19m Landon Myers 12) 19s Steven Drevicki 13) 13 Ryan Higgins 14) 35 Steve Owings 15) 5a Zachary Allman 16) 41B Big Block Weaver 17) 77 David Holbrook 18) 5Q Ryan Quackenbush 19) 44 Dave Brown  20) 3 Chris Priar 21) 12 Brent Shearer  22) 23 Chris Arnold  23) 1J Kevin Nouse 24) 41 Jeff Halligan


Port Royal Rahal Night Saturday Offers 410s, 305s, super lates and econo lates

Bob Weikert Memorial Weekend Awaits May 27 & 28



Port Royal – Port Royal Speedway will present Bobby Rahal Toyota of Lewistown Mother's Night this Saturday, May 13 at 7 pm.

On tap is a four-division racing card of 410 sprints,super late models,PASS/IMCA 305 sprints and  355 econo-late models.

General admission for all mothers is just $10 for the racing program.

All other general admission is set at $15 with students ages 12 – 18 set at just $7.

Following a week off on May 20, Port Royal Speedway returns in a huge way over the Memorial Day holiday weekend with the Packer's Concessions Bob Weikert Memorial Weekend races on Saturday and Sunday night.

Saturday, May 27 will offer the Fallen Heroes Championships at Port Royal, honoring the five drivers in history that gave the ultimate sacrifice at the oval.

Twin 30 lap mains will be staged for the 410 sprints and the super late models with the sprints vying for $5,000 to win and $400 to start while the late models race in a $3,000 to win, $300 to start affair.

Saturday's sprint car winner is a guaranteed starter in Sunday night's 35-lap Bob Weikert Memorial finale, paying $10,000 to win and $500 to start.

Also in action on Sunday will be the URC 360 Sprint Cars, going 25 laps and paying $200 to start.

Racing both nights begins at 7 pm with gates opening at 4 pm.

Hundreds of fan giveaways will be up for grabs each night courtesy of Weikert's Livestock and Pepsi.

Sunday is Pepsi Night, offering free Pepsi giveaways at the gates on top of the Weikert giveaways while Saturday's program offers a beautiful fireworks display.

The raindate for Sunday's program is Monday night, May 29 at 6 pm.


Williams Grove Sprints Tune Up For World Of Outlaws Friday with 358 sprints

World of Outlaws Invade May 19 & 20 for NAPA/NGK Spark Plug Morgan Cup Weekend



Mechanicsburg – With just a week to go before the World of Outlaws hit town, the 410 sprint cars will tune-up for the two-day circuit invasion coming up this Friday, May 12 at Williams Grove Speedway.

Racing action is slated for 8 pm.

The 358 sprints will join the Williams Grove sprint cars for a two-division program.

The 410 sprints will follow a format very similar to that which will be used by the World of Outlaws when they invade to battle the Pennsylvania Posse on May 19 and 20.

Time trials, heat races, a dash and a 25-lap feature paying $4,000 to win will take place in the tune up event.

Friday' s show will be the second of the season in the Williams Grove Diamond Series for the 410 sprints.

Adult general admission for the show is $16 with youth ages 13 – 20 admitted for $10. Kids ages 12 and under are always admitted for free at Williams Grove Speedway.

And then slated for May 19 and 20 at Williams Grove, it will be the 2017 World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series, with action taking place both Friday and Saturday evening at 7:30 pm for the Morgan Cup weekend.   

Friday's show will feature a Posse/Outlaws showdown going 25 laps in distance, paying $8,000 to the winner with the Saturday main stretched out to 30 laps with a healthy $10,000 posted to win, earmarked as the Morgan Cup.

The Morgan Cup is run each season in honor of late Williams Grove owner Mr. Morgan Hughes.

Dependent on the Saturday feature winner's circuit affiliation, Morgan Cup bragging rights will go home for another season, either to the home of the PA Posse, at Williams Grove offices in Mechanicsburg, or to the corporate home of the World of Outlaws located in Concord, NC.



Three-wide racing, thrilling slide jobs and rim-riding the guardrail with wheelie action is the best way to explain USAC 410 sprint car non-wing racing.   You have to see it to believe it.

The leanest and meanest racers from USAC's AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series – the nation's largest group of non-wing open-wheel racers – make their annual stop on the east coast for the 2017 version of the  "Eastern Storm", with  a five-race series through Pennsylvania.

The action kicks off on Tuesday, June 13 at Bechtelsville, PA's Grandview Speedway as part of the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series, presenting its' twenty-eighth season.     The Annual USAC Jesse Hockett Classic includes a 40-lap, $6,000-to-win USAC Wingless Sprint Car feature event along with Grandview's competitive NASCAR 358 Modifieds – a Grandview Speedway mainstay.   The USAC sprints will compete in time trials, qualifying heats and a "B" main leading up to the Jesse Hockett Classic.  For the 358 NASCAR Modifieds, they will dual in a series of qualifying events leading up to the 30 lap $3,000 to win feature.

The AMSOIL Eastern Storm tour continues into Abbottstown, PA's Lincoln Speedway on Wednesday, June 14 with a 30-Lap, $6,000-to-win main event, that includes Lincoln Speedway's 358 Winged Sprint Cars in a full points event paying $1,000 to the winner.

410 Sprint Car ace, Danny Dietrich, of Gettysburg, PA has made his non-wing intentions known as he chases the first four events of the Eastern Storm, and yes, he will be "wingless" at Grandview Speedway.    Dietrich has claimed victories at all of these tracks in winged competition and is anxious to battle wheel-to-wheel with the top non-wing racers in the United States.

26-year-old Justin Grant, aboard the Sam McGhee Motorsports No. 11, sits at the top of the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car rankings with Chad Boespflug in a close second followed by Chris Windom, and 2015 Grandview Speedway winner Chase Stockon.

General Admission ticket pricing for Tuesday, June 7 at Grandview Speedway are $30 for Adults, Children 6-11 are $10 and Kids 5 & under are FREE! Pit Admission pricing is $35 and a license is not required.   

Tickets for Wednesday, June 14 at Lincoln Speedway are $25 for Adults, Students 12-17 are $20, Children 6-11 are $10 and Kids 5 & Under are FREE!  Pit Admission is $30.  

Advance tickets for both events are on sale now and may be ordered by calling 443-513-4456.  Please provide your name and the number of tickets requested.

For both events, Grandstand Gates open at 5:00 PM and Racing starts at 7:30 PM.

The 11th year of the 'Eastern Storm' kicks off on Tuesday, June 13 at Grandview Speedway; followed by Lincoln Speedway on Wednesday, June 14; Williams Grove Speedway on Thursday, June 15; Port Royal Speedway on Saturday, June 17; and rounding out the series on Sunday, June 18 at Susquehanna Speedway.



SELINSGROVE, Pa. – Saturday night’s four division racing program at Selinsgrove Speedway was cancelled at 10 a.m. due to heavy rain the day before and the forecast for persistent showers on race day.

The 16th Annual A&A Auto Stores Pro Stock 20 has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 27, over the Memorial Day weekend.

The speedway will swing back into action at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 13, with 360 sprint cars, super late models, pro stocks, and the Collier Paving & Construction Roadrunner 20.  Track gates will open at 5 p.m.


Lincoln Speedway (Pa.) Points
410 sprint cars
1. Danny Dietrich 2030
2. Brian Montieth  1900
3. Alan Krimes     1850
4. Billy Dietrich 1805
5. Jim Siegel     1795
6. Cory Haas     1785
7. Kyle Moody     1770
8. Chad Trout     1730
9. Gerard McIntyre Jr. 1705
10. Tyler Ross     1665
358 sprints
1. Chandler Leiby 1630
2. Adrian Shaffer 1625
3. Todd Rittenhouse Jr.    1575
4. Kyle Denmyer    1565
5. Matt Findley    1520
6. Ashley Cappetta 1480
7. Dalton Dietrich 1475
8. Brent Shearer 1435
9. Jeff Halligan 1425
10. Phil Walter    1380


Lance Dewease Wire Port Royal All Stars Keith Kauffman Classic



Port Royal – Lance Dewease wired the field from the pole for an impressive victory in Saturday's 30-lap All Star Circuit of Champions Sprints Keith Kauffman Classic at Port Royal Speedway.

The win, behind the wheel of the Don Kreitz Jr. owned, Dave Brown Sr. wrenched No. 69, was the 101st of his career at the Port Royal oval and was worth $5,000.

In the kickoff to the Rt. 35 Moon Shine Camo Dirt Late Model Challenge Series, Dylan Yoder of Selinsgrove scored the $2,000 victory after getting the lead late when leader Jeff Rine's motor expired.

The 30-lap Kauffman Classic, honoring the tracks most prolific sprint car winner and champion in history, went non-stop with Dewease leading every circuit while putting on an impressive show in traffic while also narrowly avoiding disaster on two occasions.

Dewease entered the rear of the field on the sixth circuit of the feature and at times made three-wide passes to continue moving forward in traffic.

At the halfway point, Dewease had a 4.760 second lead that grew to 6.748 seconds at the finish.

In the first half of the event, Dewease slammed into the inside first turn retaining barrier and glanced back out onto the track but continued on with the lead.

And then late in the event, hard contact with the lapped car of Doug Esh in the third turn proved to nearly be his undoing.

In victory lane, the right front tire of his machine was spewing air from the contact with the wheel bent away from the tire.

Ryan Smith started third in the event and motored by second-starter Blane Heimbach on the start to chase Dewease the entire distance while also fending off challenges, first from Steve Buckwalter and later from defending Kauffman Classic champion Dale Blaney.

Blaney got around Buckwalter for third on the 12th lap and reeled in Smith but repeated attempts to get by for second were unsuccessful.

During the final stages of the race Blaney's run stabilized.

Dylan Cisney raced consistently throughout to ride home fourth with Heimbach slipping to fifth at the finish.

Sixth through 10th went to Buckwalter, Chad Kemenah, Brock Zearfoss, TJ Stutts and Mike Wagner.

Heats for the 42 cars went to Cisney, Blaney, Kemenah and Buckwalter.

The C Main was taken by Brandon Spithaler while Aaron Ott scored the B Main.

Twin dashes went to Dewease and Heimbach.

Fast time in time trials was set by Dewease with a lap of 17.559 seconds.

The Moon Shine Camo Series kickoff super late model feature was a drawn-out affair with numerous cautions and a red flag hampering the event.

On the initial lap, polesitter Matt Parks spun in front of the field in the second turn.

Tim Smith Jr. then took the lead when the first lap was completed bu fourth starter Jeff Rine was quick to motor by Smith for the lead.

And once in front, Rine jetted away from the field, entering the rear of the field on the seventh tour.

A yellow flag with eight away bunched the field finding Dylan Yoder up to second but unable to challenge on the restart with Smith instead reclaiming second.

Another yellow flag with 10 laps down again forced a restart and a red flag ensued when three cars tangled in the fourth corner that found Dave Brouse Jr. ramping up and over two cars, flipping in the process and landing upside down.  

Luckily, there were no injuries reported.

Two more cautions on lap 11 and on the restart regrouped the field again but Rine was too stout for all challengers on restarts.

And then just after lap 20 was scored, leader Rine spewed smoke from his machine as his engine expired, handing the lead to Rine.

Ironically, Yoder was leading the first three late model mains of the year at the track only to lose them when mechanical ills forced him to withdraw from the races.

Chad Hollenbeck took second spot at the finish followed by Coleby Frye, Tim Wilson and Nick Dickson.

Sixth through 10th went to Mike Lupfer, 24th starter Trent Brenneman, Rick Singleton, Chad Myers and Austin Berry.

Heats went to Smith Jr., Wilson and Yoder.

Feature Finishes


410 sprint car A-Main (30 Laps) 1. 69K-Lance Dewease [1]; 2. 94-Ryan Smith [3]; 3. 1Z-Dale Blaney [6]; 4. 5-Dylan Cisney [5]; 5. 12-Blane Heimbach [2]; 6. 38-Steve Buckwalter [4]; 7. 10H-Chad Kemenah [10]; 8. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss [9]; 9. 11-TJ Stutts [11]; 10. 55-Mike Wagner [8]; 11. 25-Aaron Ott [21]; 12. 49X-Tim Shaffer [12]; 13. O7-Doug Esh [18]; 14. 17-Caleb Helms [7]; 15. 27-Greg Hodnett [15]; 16. 20-Ryan Taylor [22]; 17. 7W-Logan Wagner [14]; 18. 14-Tony Stewart [17]; 19. 33M-Max Stambaugh [13]; 20. 7C-Caleb Armstrong [25]; 21. 47K-Kody Lehman [16]; 22. 98-Carl Bowser [24]; 23. 44-Joey Hershey [19]; 24. 33S-Curt Stroup [23]; 25. 8M-TJ Michael [27]; 26. 10-Tyler Bear [20]; 27. 98T-Joe Trenca [26]

Super late models, 25 laps: 1. Dylan Yoder, 2. Chad Hollenbeck, 3. Coleby Frye, 4. Tim Wilson, 5. Nick Dickson, 6. Mike Lupfer, 7. Trent Brenneman, 8. Rick Singleton, 9. Chad Myers, 10. Austin Berry, 11. Matt Parks, 12. Danny Snyder, 13. Jeff Rine, 14. Tim Smith Jr., 15. Chris Casner, 16. Andrew Yoder, 17. Larry Baer, 18. Dave Brouse Jr., 19. Tim Gray, 20. Steve Scaife Jr., 21. Jim Yoder, 22. Dan Green, 23. Andy Haus, 24. Scott Flickinger, 25. Patrick Bryner



ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 4/29/2017 – “This is a fast race car.”

That understatement was delivered by Danny Dietrich after claiming his third win of the year in the 33-lap, $6,900-to-win 14th Annual Weldon Sterner Memorial for 410 sprint cars at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

Time trials, qualifying, and an inversion at the front of the field placed Dietrich on the outside of the front row for the start. He grabbed the lead from polesitter Jim Siegel at the outset and dominated the rest of the way.

His lead was 1.16 seconds when he hit lapped traffic on lap nine. He increased it to over three seconds as he raced through heavy lapped traffic at the half-way point, and crossed 6.72 seconds ahead of Alan Krimes, setting a new 33-lap record in the process (8 minutes, 53.171 seconds).

Krimes started sixth and came on strong at the end, passing Gerard McIntyre, Jr. for the runner-up spot with seven laps to go. Third through fifth were Lucas Wolfe (who passed McIntyre for third laps to go), 13th starting and hard charger Brian Montieth, and McIntyre.

Sixth through tenth were Siegel, Cory Haas, Chad Trout, Freddie Rahmer, and Billy Dietrich.

410 Sprint heats were won by Krimes, Freddie Rahmer, and Billy Dietrich, with Brandon Rahmer winning the consolation. Fast time in time trials over the 29-car field was set by Lucas Wolfe with a 1-lap time of 13.229-seconds (102.049 MPH).

Chandler Leiby survived a hard double-whammy with the outside wall in turns one and two with five laps to go to score his fifth career win in the 20-lap 358 sprint car feature. Leiby sustained no damage on impact, and although he slowed momentarily to recover, his lead was big enough to stay in front and claim the $1,200 top prize.

His final margin of victory was 1.06 seconds over David Hobrook, with Todd Rittenhouse, Jr., Dalton Dietrich, and Adrian Shaffer completing the top five. Brie Hershey ended a great run by coming from 17th starting spot to finish sixth, with Kyle Denmyer, Chris Arnold, Chris Frank, and Jeff Halligan rounding out the top five.

So far, there have been five different winners in five races in the 358 division at Lincoln this season.

Heats for the 30 358 Sprints were won by Holbrook, Matt Findley, and Shaffer, with Phil Walter winning the consolation.

Like Leiby, Scott Dellinger scored his fifth career win in 25-lap super sportman feature. That event also went non-stop, with Dellinger crossing under the checkered in a time of 7 minutes, 22.30 seconds. His final margin of victory was 1.66 second over Mike Enders, with Chad Criswell, Frankie Herr, and Kenny Edkin finishing third through fifth.

Herr led the first ten laps from the pole, with outside front row starter Dellinger close behind. Dellinger caught Herr on lap 11 and withstood challenges from Enders and Criswell over the second half of the race. A dive through lapped cars in turns three and four with two laps to sealed the $1,200 win.

Heats for the 24 Super Sportsman were won by Criswell, Edkin, and Garrett Williamson.

410 Sprint Feature Finish (25 Laps) – 1. 48-Danny Dietrich ($3,200); 2. 87-Alan Krimes; 3. 24-Lucas Wolfe; 4. 21-Brian Montieth; 5. 16-Gerard McIntyre, Jr.; 6. 59-Jim Siegel; 7. 39-Cory Haas; 8. 1X-Chad Trout; 9. 51-Freddie Rahmer; 10. 8-Billy Dietrich; 11. 35-Steve Owings; 12. 14-Coleman Gulick; 13. 39M-Anthony Macri; 14. 88-Brandon Rahmer; 15. 2W-Glenndon Forsythe; 16. 55K-Robbie Kendall; 17. 21T-Scott Fisher; 18. 44-Trey Starks; 19. 69G-Tim Glatfelter; 20. 99m-Kyle Moody; 21. 1*-Tim Wagaman; 22. 69H-Shane Hoff (DNF); 23. 5-Tyler Ross (DNF); 24. 12-Mike Bittinger (DNF).  Time: 8:53.171 – NEW 33-LAP TRACK RECORD

Lap Leaders – Danny Dietrich (1-33)

358 Sprint Feature Finish (20 Laps) – 1. 119-Chandler Leiby ($1,200); 2. 77-David Holbrook; 3. 23R-Todd Rittenhouse, Jr.; 4. 9-Dalton Dietrich; 5. 27S-Adrian Shaffer; 6. 97-Brie Hershey; 7. 38D-Kyle Denmyer; 8. 23-Chris Arnold; 9. 00-Chris Frank; 10. 41-Jeff Halligan; 11. 66A-Cody Fletcher; 12. 5Q-Ryan Quackenbush; 13. 28-Matt Findley; 14. 89-Ashley Cappetta; 15. 5-Phil Walter; 16. 19-Troy Wagaman, Jr.; 17. 59-Steve Wilbur; 18. 74-T.J. DeHaven; 19. 19D-Wyatt Hinkle; 20. 19M-Landon Myers; 21. 8-Kenny Kuhn; 22. 7-Trey Hivner (DNF); 23. 12-Brent Shearer (DNF); 24. 23J-Jake Eldreth (DNF). Time- 7:22.30

Lap Leaders – David Holbrook (1-7), Chandler Leiby (8-20)

Super Sportsman Feature (25 Laps) – 1. 30-Scott Dellinger ($1,200); 2. 3B-Mike Enders; 3. 84-Chad Criswell; 4. 70D-Frankie Herr; 5. 75-Kenny Edkin; 6. 32W-Garrett Williamson; 7. 222-Jay Fannasy; 8. 8-Rich Eichelberger; 9. 20W-Davey Walsh; 10. 99-Chad Smith; 11. 7-Timmie Barrick; 12. 23-Justin Foster; 13. 54-Doug Dodson; 14. 1A-Chase Gutshall; 15. 27-Troy Hockenberry; 16. 35-John Edkin; 17. 10-Troy Rhome; 18. 24-Justin Williams; 19. 2M-Matt Ondek; 20. 91-Lanny Hake (DNF); 21. 14-Nate Young (DNF); 22. 77-Russ Mitten (DNF); 23. 56-Jake Miller (DNF). DNS: 13-Luke Deatrick.  Time: 7:22:30

Lap Leaders – Frankie Herr (1-10), Scott Dellinger (11-25)


Williams Grove
410 sprint cars
1. Freddie Rahmer*  1040
2. Brian Montieth 880
3. Danny Dietrich 835
4. Greg Hodnett* 780
5. Doug Esh    770
6. Alan Krimes    705
7. Lucas Wolfe    680
8. TJ Stutts    670
9. Brock Zearfoss 660
10. Cory Haas    640



The twenty-eighth season of the NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series will open on Sunday night, May 28 at the Grandview Speedway.   The popular series that is sponsored by NAPA Auto Parts and presented by Pioneer Pole Buildings will open with the Big Block Modified/358 Modified Showdown competing in a series of qualifying events leading up to the 40 lap feature paying $5,000 to the winner, $1,000 for tenth and $500 just to start the main event for pre-entered drivers.  Also on the card will be the Sportsman and MASS Sprint Cars, competing in qualifying events leading up to a 25 lap Sportsman feature and a 20 lap sprint car feature.

Modified drivers pre-entered for this event include Craig VonDohren, New York modified driver Keith Flach, Billy Pauch Jr, Jared Umbenhauer, Kevin Hirthler,  Kyle Weiss,  Danny Bouc,  Brett Kressley and John Willman to name a few.

There is no entry fee and drivers or car owners may enter by calling 443-513-4456.  Even for race teams that do not Pre-enter, a very attractive payoff will offer $4,000 to win $400 to take the green flag in the feature event.  This event is also a point race for the season-long NASCAR points.

The Pioneer Pole Buildings mobile sales unit will be on display at all of the Thunder on the Hill Racing Series events including the Sunday, May 28 Triple Thunder Thriller.

Gates will open at 5 PM with qualifying getting underway at 7:30 PM.  Admission prices are $25 for adults, $10 for children 6-11 and children five and under will be admitted free.   The pit fee is $35 and a license is not required.

The 2017 season continues just two weeks later with the invading USAC National Wingless Sprint Car Series on Tuesday, June 13 competing with Grandview's premier racing division the NASCAR 358 Modifieds.

2017 Thunder Racing Series  Schedule:

Memorial Day Triple Thunder Thriller --Sunday, May 28 7:30 PM - Grandview Speedway -- Big Block/358 Modifieds* 40 laps, Sportsman & MASS Sprint

11th Annual Jesse Hockett Classic - Tuesday, June 13 7:30 PM -- USAC National Wingless Sprint Car Series Eastern Storm and 358 Modifieds*

Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speedweek - Tuesday, July 4 7:30 PM - 410 Sprint Cars & 358 Modifieds*

3rd Annual Thunder Cup Arctic Cat All-Star Circuit of Champions - Thursday, August 17 7:30 PM - 410 Sprint Cars & Sportsman*

Mods at the Madhouse Halloween Party - Saturday, October 14  6 PM - Big-Block/358 Modifieds  40 Laps, Sportsman &  MASS Sprints

*NASCAR Points event


Lincoln Speedway
April 15
410 sprints
1. Danny Dietrich 1680
2. Brian Montieth 1570
3. Kyle Moody    1520
4. Alan Krimes    1510
5. Billy Dietrich 1505
6. Jim Siegel    1475
7. Cory Haas    1470
8. Chase Dietz    1460
9. Tyler Ross    1430
10. Chad Trout    1420
358 sprints
1. Adrian Shaffer 1300
2. Chandler Leiby 1280
3. Doug Hammaker 1255
4. Kyle Denmyer    1250
5. Todd Rittenhouse Jr.    1240
6. Matt Findley    1235
7. Brent Shearer 1200
7. Ashley Cappetta 1200
9. Dalton Dietrich 1145
10. Todd Gracey    1135




Contact: Steve Inch

SELINSGROVE, Pa. -- Selinsgrove Speedway will present the 37th running of the Jack Gunn Memorial for sprint cars at 7 p.m. this Saturday, April 22, sanctioned by the United Racing Club.

Joining the 358-360 sprint cars on the racing card will be the super late models and pro stocks. Track gates will open at 5 p.m.

For the 12th consecutive year, the Gunn Memorial will feature a 30-lap race between the traveling URC 360 sprint cars and the track’s weekly 358-360 sprint cars. The race will pay $2,500 to win and $300 to start. Time trials, heats, and a B-Main will be the format for setting the 24-car starting field for the Gunn Memorial.

The tribute race is run each year to honor the memory of the late race track promoter Jack Gunn, who operated Selinsgrove, Williams Grove, Penn National, and Hagerstown Speedways during his career and brought mid-state dirt track racing to national prominence in the 1970’s. Gunn was inducted posthumously into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame (Knoxville, Iowa) in 1990.

Some of the biggest names in sprint car racing have won the prestigious Jack Gunn Memorial at Selinsgrove Speedway. Lynn Paxton of Dillsburg; Steve Kinser of Bloomington, Ind.; Doug Wolfgang of Sioux Falls, S.D., are a few of the drivers who have won the race as a 410 sprint car event. In the track’s modern era, TJ Stutts of Liverpool, Chad Layton of Harrisburg, Blane Heimbach of Selinsgrove, and Dave Calaman of Carlisle took wins as a 358 sprint car race.

The Gunn Memorial became a URC-sanctioned challenge race between 358 and 360 sprint car drivers in 2006, when Heimbach took the victory as well as in the 2008 and 2012 editions of the race. Calaman (2007); Trevor Lewis of Upper Black Eddy (2009, 2010); Shane Stewart of Indianapolis, Ind. (2011); JJ Grasso of Pedricktown, N.J. (2013); Aaron Ott of East Berlin (2014); and two-time defending winner Mark Smith of Sunbury have also won the Gunn Memorial as a URC-sanctioned event.  

While Heimbach and Todd Shaffer of Millerstown are the only two drivers who have won the Gunn Memorial four times at Selinsgrove, Smith will attempt to become the first to win the race three years in a row.  

The super late models will compete in a 20-lap feature paying $1,500 to win, while the pro stocks will race in a 15-lap main event paying $400 to win.



By Michael Batz

SELINSGROVE, Pa. Davie Franek of Wantage, N.J.;  Donnie Schick of Middleburg; and Brad Mitch of McClure gave the fans their money's worth in feature racing Saturday at Selinsgrove Speedway. The night’s racing provided stiff battles for the top spots and valued trips to victory lane for each of the winners.

A collective groan went through the Selinsgrove crowd when Mark Smith's name was announced as the polesitter for the 25 lap 360 Sprint Car feature event. It's not that Smith isn't popular among fans, it’s merely the fact that when the fast guy starts up front there is usually little to no chance there will be a pass for the win. That wasn’t the case Saturday night.

Smith bolted to the race lead while second-place starter Davie Franek gave chase. A mid-race yellow proved valuable for Franek as he pulled to the rear bumper of Smith's m1 machine for the restart. Franek rolled around the outside on the restart and challenged Smith before the yellow flag flew when  Chad Layton crashed in turn four.

Franek again used the outside on the restart. This time it would pay off with a successful slide job in turn three. Franek was now the race leader with Smith in chase. As Franek closed in on lap traffic in the final stages on the race, Smith would close slightly but not enough as Franek picked up his first win of the season.

“It's rare you pass Mark Smith for a win,” Franek said in victory lane afterward, thanking his crew for their many hours in the shop to help them get the win. Smith crossed the line second ahead of opening night winner Jason Shultz.  Mallie Shuster and Michael Walter completed the top five finishers. Layton and Shultz took heat races.

Donnie Schick has not been to victory lane at Selinsgrove since 2011 in the Jeff's Auto Body Super Late Models. In the opening night feature event Schick looked like he might end that streak before a misjudged lap car took him out of the race lead. Schick came back this weekend and was out for redemption for himself, his race team, and his legion of fans.

Schick had challenges from Tony Adams and Danny Snyder, but neither ever posed a real threat to Schick. Schick crossed the line for the win in what he called an unbelievable moment. Adams and Snyder closed out the podium finishers. Jim Bernheisel made a rare Late Model start and drove to fourth with Dave Zona closing out the top five. Danny Snyder was the heat race winner.

The A&A Auto Stores Pro Stocks usually roll off as the first feature of the night. On this night, they made for a hard act to follow. Tommy Slanker was carrying all the momentum in the class after winning the season opener and jumping to the early race lead Saturday. On a lap four restart defending champion Brad Mitch, making his season debut, made a big move to slide into the race lead. Slanker crossed Mitch over and took the top spot back as the two continued the exchange.

Mitch would come away with the top spot after the two leaders "traded some paint" in the battle. Slanker lost some ground on lap 12 after slipping above the racing groove. Slanker quickly recovered and closed the gap with one lap to go. Even with Slanker's advances Mitch held on for his first win of the season. Slanker was second ahead of John Fowler, Brandon Moser, and Kyle Bachman. Fowler and Mitch came across the line first in heat races.

 Selinsgrove Speedway will sanction the first race of the season with the United Racing Club next Saturday, April 22.  The 360 Sprint Cars will compete in the 37th annual Jack Gunn Memorial race.  The Super Late Models and Pro Stocks will also be on the racing card. There has been a start time change with the racing rolling off at 7pm rather than the original 6pm scheduled time. Track gates will open at 5pm.

360 Sprint Cars –18 Entries
25-Lap A-Main:  1) 28F Davie Franek  2) M1 Mark Smith  3) 29 Jason Shultz  4) 49S Mallie Shuster  5) 33 Mike Walter  6) 99K Cody Keller  7) 77 Derek Locke  8) 3Z  Colby Womer  9) 56 Nate Snyder  10) C4 Jim Shuster  11) 10 Joe Kata  12) 22M Nyle Berkes  13) 2T Michael Thomas  14) 89 Robbie Stillwaggon  15) 35 Chad Layton  16) 22 Troy Betts  17) 66 Ryan Kissinger  18) 1W Eric Tomecek
Heat Winners:  Chad Layton, Jason Shultz

Late Models – 11 Entries
20-Lap A-Main:  1) 6 Donnie Schick  2) 88 Tony Adams  3) 4S Danny Snyder  4) 119B Jim Bernheisel  5) 99Z Dave Zona  6) 15 Luke Hoffner  7) 7M Meade Hahn  8) 63 Nathan Long  9)77D Dick Houtz  10) 2C Steve Campbell  11) 9 Hayes Mattern  
Heat Winner:  Danny Snyder

Pro Stocks – 16 Entries
15-Lap A-Main: 1) 10M Brad Mitch  2) 40 Tommy Slanker  3) 02 John Fowler  4) 8M Brandon Moser  5) 99B Kyle Bachman  6) 71 Kurt Wray  7) 33 Curtis Lawton  8) 14C Bill Conrad  9) 26 Nate Stroup  10) 86 Wayne Shaffer  11) 55 Lori Croop  12) 6C AJ Hoffman  13) 40G Nick Gentile 14) 92 Shawn Lawton 15) 89 John Schoch  16) 15 Dustin Snook
Heat Winners:  John Fowler, Brad Mitch



ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 4/15/2017 –Lucas Wolfe grabbed the lead at the outset from polesitter Greg Hodnett and led every lap to claim the $5,000 top prize in Saturday’s Leffler Energy Spring Championship for 410 sprint cars at Lincoln Speedway.

Despite torrid racing in behind, none of the heavy hitters were able to catch the Michael Barshinger-owned Embee & Son #24 as Wolfe claimed his fourth career Lincoln win.

Time trials, qualifying, and an inversion draw put Hodnett and Wolfe on the front row, with last week’s winner Gerard McIntyre, Jr. and Billy Dietrich on row two, and Danny Dietrich and five-time champ Brian Montieth on row three. Row four was just as impressive, with defending champ Alan Krimes and Chad Trout.

Montieth was the hard charger through the mid stages of the race, getting around Danny Dietrich with six laps to go and closing on the winner in lapped traffic at the end.

“It’s certainly important we have a good opportunity to start way up,” said Wolfe in victory lane, “These time trial races normally play into my hands and give me a good opportunity. I’ve been able to capitalize on them the last couple of years. It’s fortunate to start the season here this way.”

“We’ve been pretty competitive I thought, but things just haven’t gone right,” said Wolfe, “It was good to put a whole night together. Obviously, there’s tremendous competition there at the front on these types of races, so the start was certainly critical. Both Brian and Danny have been good here all year, and have a lot of laps and wins here, so I’m enjoying the opportunity to run here a little more and hopefully, be able to keep this amount of competitiveness going and move forward and be strong all year.”

Third through fifth behind Wolfe and Montieth were Danny Dietrich, Hodnett, and Krimes. Sixth through tenth were McIntyre, 13th-starting Tyler Ross, Trout, Robbie Kendall, and 18th-starting Kyle Moody.

Heats for the 410 Sprints were won by Montieth, Krimes, and Trout, with Freddie Rahmer winning the consolation after failing to qualify in his heat and missed the inversion. Fast time in time trials over the 28-car field was set by Freddie Rahmer with a one-lap time of 13.391-seconds (100.814 MPH).

Like Wolfe, Jeff Halligan drove to his fourth career Lincoln win in the 20-lap “358” sprint car feature.

The event included an 11-car melee in turn two of lap seven when Wyatt Hinkle and Adrian Shaffer made contact, sending Hinkle into a spin and collecting ten other cars. Shaffer was able to keep moving and was placed third for the restart. While he had his hands full over the remainder of the event with tenth-starting and defending champ Chandler Leiby, Halligan was busy trying to hold off the race-long challenges of early race leader Brent Shearer.

Shearer started fourth and led the first two laps before Halligan claimed the lead on a lap three restart. Though Halligan led the rest of the way, Shearer wouldn’t go away, and crossed a close second.

Third through fifth were Shaffer, Leiby, and Cody Fletcher. Sixth through tenth were 14th-starting Kyle Denmyer, Matt Findley, Ashley Cappetta, Todd Rittenhouse, Jr., and Steve Wilbur.

Heats for the 26 358 Sprints were won by Shaffer, Phil Walter, and Halligan, with Trey Hivner winning the consolation.

Next Saturday, April 22nd, Lincoln Speedway will hold a 3-division show featuring the 410 Sprints, 358 sprints, and Central PA Legends at 7 PM. Gates open at 5 PM.

410 Sprint Feature Finish (30 Laps): 1. Lucas Wolfe; 2. Brian Montieth; 3. Danny Dietrich; 4. Greg Hodnett; 5. Alan Krimes; 6. Gerard McIntyre Jr.; 7. Tyler Ross; 8. Chad Trout; 9. Robbie Kendall; 10. Kyle Moody; 11. Glenndon Forsythe; 12. Cory Haas; 13. Jim Siegel; 14. Billy Dietrich; 15. Steve Owings; 16. Brandon Rahmer; 17. Dan Shetler; 18. Anthony Macri; 19. Coleman Gulick; 20. Jay Galloway; 21. Tim Glatfelter (DNF); 22. Freddie Rahmer (DNF); 23. Chase Dietz (DNF); 24. Scott Fisher (DNF). No Time

Lap Leaders – Lucas Wolfe (1-30)

358 Sprint Feature Finish (20 Laps): 1. Jeff Halligan; 2. Brent Shearer; 3. Adrian Shaffer; 4. Chandler Leiby; 5. Cody Fletcher; 6. Kyle Denmyer; 7. Matt Findley; 8. Ashley Cappetta; 9. Todd Rittenhouse Jr.; 10. Steve Wilbur; 11. Dalton Dietrich; 12. C.J. Tracy; 13. Ryan Quackenbush; 14. Dave Brown; 15. Wyatt Hinkle; 16. Trey Hivner; 17. Denny Kuhn; 18. Tim Stallings; 19. Zachary Allman; 20. Chris Prior; 21. Doug Hammaker (DNF); 22. Todd Gracey (DNF); 23. Phil Walter (DNF); 24. Jake Eldreth (DNF). No Time

Lap Leaders – Brent Shearer (1-2), Jeff Halligan (3-20)


Dewease Scores 86th Win In Williams Grove Sprints

Shaffer gets fourth 358 opener in a row



Mechanicsburg – Lance Dewease scored big on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway, taking the 25-lap 410 sprint car main in his first appearance of the year at the track to boost his career win total there to 86 which is just four wins shy of the all time win mark at the historic oval.

In the 358 sprint main it was Adrian Shaffer taking the season opener for the division at the track which turned out to be his fourth victory in a row in the Williams Grove lidlifter for the 358s.

Danny Dietrich drew the pole to start the 410 sprint car main and after a strong showing in his heat, Dietrich may have been poised to run off with the victory but Dewease had other thoughts.

After starting fourth in the field, Dewease streaked around the cars of Steve Buckwalter and Alan Krimes in the first corner of the opening lap to be along side Dietrich for control in the second corner.

Dietrich tried to hold Dewease back and pulled ahead for a lap or so but to no avail as the Fayetteville flyer drove through the middle of the turns to net control on the third circuit.

After getting control, Dewease pulled away from Dietrich and was just entering the backmarkers on the ninth tour when the races first caution flag unfurled.

Dewease got away again on the restart and was again poised to enter traffic with eight laps to go when TJ Stutts brought out the red flag after a tumble on the backstretch.

Dietrich could do nothing with Dewease at the new green as he again jetted away, this time to the victory that he took by 2.457 seconds at the finish.

With his eyes set on the top prize of becoming the all time Williams Grove Speedway winner, Dewease said in victory lane that his next try at a Williams Grove win will be in two weeks when the All Stars invade for the running of the Tommy Hinnershitz Classic.

Following Dietrich across the line at the finish was a very competitive Freddie Rahmer, Alan Krimes and Steve Buckwalter.

Sixth through 10th went to Mark Smith, Doug Esh, Chad Trout, Lucas Wolfe and Greg Hodnett

Heats for the 36 cars in action went to Krimes, Rahmer, Dietrich and Esh with the consolation going to Matt Campbell.

Shaffer wired the field for the win in the 358 sprint car main to open the class' season at the track.

Matt Findley trailed Shaffer for the entire distance but was never able to challenge.

Eric Parker moved from 10th starting spot to finish third followed by Brie Hershey and Doug Hammaker.

Sixth thorugh 10th went to Jared Esh, Kevin Nouse, Jordan Givler, Chris Frank and Nyle Berkes.

Heats went to Troy Wagaman Jr. and Doug Hammaker.

April 14, 2017

410 srint car feature (25 laps): 1. Lance Dewease, 2. Danny Dietrich, 3. Freddie Rahmer, 4. Alan Krimes, 5. Steve Buckwalter, 6. Mark Smith, 7. Doug Esh, 8. Chad Trout, 9. Lucas Wolfe, 10. Greg Hodnett, 11. Brian Montieth, 12. Nicole Bower, 13. Cory Haas, 14. Matt Campbell, 15. Anthony Macri, 16. Coleman Gulick, 17. Trey Starks, 18. Aaron Ott, 19. Rick Lafferty, 20. TJ Stutts, 21. Ryan Smith, 22. Kody Lehman, 23. Brock Zeaffoss, 24. Dan Shetler

358 sprint car feature (20 laps): 1. Adrian Shaffer, 2. Eric Parker, 3. Matt Findley, 4. Brie Hershey, 5. Doug Hammaker, 6. Jared Esh, 7. Kevin Nouse, 8. Jordan Givler, 9. Chris Frank, 10. Nyle Berkes, 11. Jeff Halligan, 12. Troy Wagaman jr., 13. Steve Drevicki, 14. Rich Eichelberger, 15. Brett Wanner, 16. Scott Fisher, 17. Phil Walter, 18. Dave Thrush, 19. DJ Montgomery


Lincoln Speedway
410 sprint cars
April 1
1. Danny Dietrich 1015
2. Chase Dietz    960
3. Kyle Moody    940
4. Billy Dietrich 930
5. Brian Montieth 905
6. Cory Haas    890
7. Alan Krimes    880
7. Jim Siegel    880
9. Robbie Kendall 850
10. Tim Glatfelter 835

358 sprint cars
1. Doug Hammaker 690
2. Kevin Nouse    680
3. Kyle Denmyer    660
3. Chandler Leiby 660
5. Adrian Shaffer 650
6. Matt Findley    625
6. Todd Rittenhouse Jr.    625
8. Ashley Cappetta 610
9. Jake Eldreth    575
10. Trey Hivner    570



SELINSGROVE, Pa. – Selinsgrove Speedway’s 2017 season opener is set for 6 p.m. Saturday, April 8, featuring the central Pennsylvania 360 sprint cars and the Empire Super Sprint (ESS) series in the Sprint Car Spring Showdown presented by Sunoco Race Fuels and Stinger Racing Alcohol.

Joining the 360 sprint cars on the racing card will be the super late models and pro stocks. Track gates will open at 4 p.m. for the speedway’s 55th consecutive season opener.

The 25-lap Sunoco Race Fuels/Stinger Racing Alcohol 360 Sprint Car Showdown will pay $2,500 to win and $300 to start out of a lucrative $13,725.00 purse.  360 sprint car rules from the major sanctioning groups will be permitted for this event, including a minimum 1,475-pound weight rule (car and driver).

“We would like to thank Bruce Insigner at Insinger Performance in Dushore for bringing the Sunoco Race Fuels and Stinger Racing Alcohol title sponsorship to this classic open wheel race,” said speedway general manager Steve Inch. “We’re looking forward to another exciting showdown between the top 360 sprint car drivers in the northeast in the Opener!”

The rain date for the Sprint Car Spring Showdown, if needed, will be 6 p.m. Saturday, April 15.  

In last year’s opener, Cody Keller of Selinsgrove scored the 360 sprint car victory over the stellar 33-car field, while Jeff Rine of Danville and Andrew Shoop of Mifflintown won the super late model and pro stock openers, respectively.

The speedway will hold an open practice session 2-5 p.m. this Saturday, April 1, weather and grounds conditions permitting. Track gates will open at 1 p.m.  Practice day pit passes will be $20. Grandstand admission will be free for practice day.

Selinsgrove Raceway Park’s 17th anniversary go kart season opener is slated for 1 p.m. Sunday, April 2. Track gates will open at 11 a.m.

For a complete schedule, the latest news, results, and race status, visit selinsgrovespeedway.com or follow us on Twitter and Facebook. The track office can be reached at 570.374.2266.

2017 360 Sprint Car Spring Showdown Purse (with ESS): 1) $2,500 2) $1,400 3) $1,000 4) $700 5) $650 6) $600 7) $575 8) $550 9) $525 10) $500 11) $450 12) $425 13) $400 14) $375 15) $350 16) $325 17-24) $300
Sprint Car Tow: $50

Admission for April 8, 2017: Adult General Admission: $15; Students (12-17 with ID) $7; Kids 11 & Under FREE; Pit Passes $30  


By Brad Vores for Susquehanna Speedway

YORK HAVEN, PA ..3/29/17
Calling all 410 Sprint car teams. Show your support to the seven BAPS Auto Paints and Supplies 410 Sprint Series at Susquehanna Speedway this season and be entered for a chance to win money.

It's that simple!

For the second straight season, BAPS Auto Paints and Supplies, of York PA will be the major sponsor for the 410 Sprint Series at the York Haven track.

BAPS, along with track General Manager Kolten Gouse have come up with a little extra incentive for all of those 410 Sprint car teams that compete in all seven scheduled shows this season.

The criteria for drivers to be eligible for a $1,000 cash bonus is that the driver must participate in all seven BAPS 410 Sprint Series shows in 2017. All drivers eligible will be placed in a random draw where three names will be pulled for a $1,000 cash bonus each.

"We wanted to come up with a non traditional points fund where we can offer something to reward the guys that support us at every race,' Gouse stated about the unique promotion. "We are glad to have the relationship we have with BAPS Auto Paints and Supplies and look forward to another successful season for the 410 Sprint Series."

For 2017, seven 410 Sprint car events are set one per month through the season beginning with a Sunday, April 9 event. The Kevin Gobrecht Classic will be presented on Sunday, May 7. The BAPS series returns for its first of two Thursday night events on Thursday, June 8. The 410 sprints will add to the summer heat with a Sunday, July 16 program and then again on Sunday, August 20 when the All Star Circuit of Champions invade for the Justin Snyder Salute to the Troops race. September will feature the second Thursday night program on Thursday, September 21 with the final event of the season presented on Saturday, October 28 with the Sprint Showdown.












































































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April 29
1. Danny Dietrich 2030
2. Brian Montieth 1900
3. Alan Krimes 1850
4. Billy Dietrich 1805
5. Jim Siegel 1795
6. Cory Haas 1785
7. Kyle Moody 1770
8. Chad Trout 1730
9. G. McIntyre Jr. 1705
10. Tyler Ross  1665
358 sprints
1. Chandler Leiby 1630
2. Adrian Shaffer 1625
3. T. Rittenhouse Jr. 1575
4. Kyle Denmyer 1565
5. Matt Findley  1520
6. Ashley Cappetta 1480
7. Dalton Dietrich 1475
8. Brent Shearer 1435
9. Jeff Halligan 1425
10. Phil Walter 1380

  Williams Grove


April 29
1. Freddie Rahmer 1040
2. Brian Montieth 880
3. Danny Dietrich 835
4. Greg Hodnett 780
5. Doug Esh 770
6. Alan Krimes 705
7. Lucas Wolfe 680
8. T.J. Stutts  670
9. Brock Zearfoss 660
10. Cory Haas 640

358 sprint cars

1. Kevin Nouse 2090
2. Chandler Leiby 1700
3. Adrian Shaffer 1680
4. Matt Findley 1455
5. Doug Hammaker 1435
6. Chris Arnold 1420
7. Nyle Berkes 1400
8. Jordan Givler 1370
9. Brie Hershey 1300
10.  R. Eichelberger 1290


 Super Sportsman

April 2
1. Scott Geesey 375
2. Scott Dellinger 360
3. Paul Miller  305
4. Gregg Foster  280
5. Doug Dodson  270
5. Mike Enders  270
7. Kenny Edkin  220
8. Russ Mitten  210
9. Davey Walsh  205
10. Tony Jackson 195


Port Royal

April 8

1. Doug Esh 1010
2. Greg Hodnett  995
3. Rick Lafferty 920
4. Dylan Cisney 905
5. Mike Wagner  890
6. T.J. Stutts 845
7. A.J. Flick  840
8. Kody Lehman 820
9. Logan Wagner 805
10. Tyler Bear 780  


 April 8
1. Jason Shultz 350
2. Davie Franek 320
3. Nate Snyder  300
4. Chad Layton  290
5. Larry Kelleher 280
6. Steve Collins 270
7. Derek Locke  260
8. Colby Womer  250
9. Troy Betts  240
10. Ryan Kissinger 230


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