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Dewease finishes up with historic Port night

PORT ROYAL — Lance Dewease recently added his name to the history books of sprint car racing at the Port Royal Speedway as he bested Anthony Macri and Dylan Cisney to pick up his record breaking-seventh Tuscarora 50 race.

The win was worth an all-time high $53,000 plus $1,275 in lap money. Macri, Dylan Cisney, Kyle Larson and Cory Eliason completed the top five while Logan Wagner, Tyler Courtney, Spencer Bayston, Kerry Madsen and Freddie Rahmer made up the rest of the top- 10.

Earlier in the night, Lucas Wolfe picked up $2,000 during a non-qualifier feature event that lasted 20 laps. Wolfe also earned a guaranteed spot in next year’s Tuscarora 50 that speedway officials announced will once again be a three-day show and have an increased purse, featuring the All-Star Circuit of Champions again.

Elsewhere:

LINCOLN SPEEDWAY: Bryan Bernheisel wired the field to claim his first super late model victory. Bernheisel held one win in the limited late model division going into Saturday night’s competition. Not only did Brett Wanner win his second feature event of the season at Lincoln on Saturday night, with the win Wanner also claimed the 358 Sprint Summer Series Championship. Gene Wrightstone started on the pole of the 20-lap Vintage Outlaw Racing Series feature.

HUMMINGBIRD SPEEDWAY: Alex Ferree claimed the big payday in the Spider Barnett Memorial while Rich Wicker took home the big check in the semi -late special. Ferree led green to checkers and took home the $4,000 check, $1,100 in lap money, and $400 from winning the Sub Hub Dash for Cash for a $5,500 payday. Other winners included Tim Steis (pure stocks), Brandon Connor (street stocks, and Blake Joiner (pure stocks) winning in their respective divisions.

HIDDEN VALLEY SPEEDWAY: Jeff Huber picked up the compact feature win worth $2,000. Other winners included Ryan Scott in the late models, Gary Little in the semi-lates and Rich Howell in the street stock feature.

CLINTON COUNTY SPEEDWAY: The champions were decided in all six divisions. Two drivers drove to victory lane to secure their championships, Garret Bard in the sprint cars and Matt Cochran in the limited late models. Other winners of the night included Tommy Dawson in the pro stocks, Johnny Smith in the 60ss micro-sprints, Nick Whitesel in the 270 micro-sprints and Blake Snyder in the four-cylinders.

JENNERSTOWN SPEEDWAY: Veteran Brian Gerster won the sprint car race, defeating a field of drivers from six states. Defending Jennerstown champion Teddy Gibala won for the second time in 2020 after a memorable duel in the late model race. Also celebrating in victory lane were Anthony Aiello (modifieds), Aaron Van Fleet (street stocks), Steve Singo (chargers) and Michael Saler (four-cylinders).

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