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With the Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series in town, Mother Nature, would once again try to derail the 8th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial, and also, the “Wee” Willie White Memorial. The 8th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial was originally run on June 1, with only three laps completed in the A-main before Mother Nature took over. Dirt’s Monster Half-Mile would see a stellar field of Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stocks with 40 cars in attendance, and fans were treated to seven A-main feature events, seven heat races, and a B-main. Chris Schneider (55), from Lower Burrell, would win his second Ed Laboon Memorial in a row. Brent McDonald (25M), from Saxonburg, would bring home the win in the Dobs Non-Qualifier feature, while Rusty Martz (16M), from Brookville, would win the 4th Annual “Wee” Willie White Memorial. Daryl Charlier (42S), from Midway, would take the lead with two laps to go in the Diehl Automotive RUSH Late Model Dirt Series 20-lap feature event, picking up another PPMS Victory. Jake Simmons (68X), from Beaver Falls, showed his son how it’s done in the Keystone Coach Works Hobby Stock division, as he picked up the win driving his son’s car. Andy Garlinger (R88), from Hopedale, Ohio, and Susie Rudolph (55), from Steubenville, Ohio, both continued to dominate in the Four Cylinders and the Young Guns divisions respectively, as they both picked up another win. 

With three laps in the books in the 8th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial, Chris Schneider (55) would lead the field on the restart for the remaining 27 laps of the event. Starting to his outside, and in second place was D. Charlier (114). The second row consisted of former Dobs Auto NQ winner Jackson Humanic (17), from Titusville, starting in third place and two-time ELM winner, Martz (16M) in fourth place. The rest of the top 10 consisted of Todd Weldon (45), from Monongahela, in fifth, Hunter Exley (23HJR), from Franklin, in sixth, Bobby Whitling (7W), from Franklin, in Seventh, Greg Beach (33X), from Chicora in eighth, Steve D’Apolito (84), from North Lima, Ohio, in ninth, and Danny Rich (67X), from Imperial in tenth. When the green flag waved, D. Charlier (114) would pull out too an early lead with Chris Schneider (55), and Humanic (17) in tow. D Charlier (114) would already have a half of a straightaway lead by lap six and would enter lapped-traffic on the following lap. The caution came out on lap eight for a car that had trouble in turn two. D. Charlier (114) would take the outside on the restart with Chris Schneider (55) in second, Humanic (17) in third, and Weldon (45) in fourth. When green replaced yellow, Chris Schneider (55) would take the lead going low into turn one. Chris Schneider (55) would continue to lead through lap 12 where he would begin to contend with lapped-traffic. With Chris Schneider (55) still leading on lap 17, D. Charlier (114) and Humanic (17) began to make up some ground on the leader as they both danced through lapped traffic. D. Charlier (114) would steal the lead on lap 21 and then another caution would slow the pace on lap 22 for a car that spun out in turn one. With eight laps to go, D. Charlier (114) would lead the field on restart with Chris Schneider (55) in second, Humanic (17) in third, sixteenth-starting Chris McGuire (63), from Erie, in fourth, and Beach (33X) in fifth. When the green flag dropped, Chris Schneider (55) would take over the lead, with D. Charlier (114) falling back to second. The last caution came with two laps to go as D. Charlier (114) broke coming out of turn two, ending his awesome run. Chris Schneider (55) would bring the field back to green on the restart and lead the remaining two laps of the event, en route to his second Ed Laboon Memorial win in a row. He was followed to the line by, Humanic (17) in second, Randy Wyant (11T) in third after starting thirteenth, Curtis J Bish (29) in fourth after starting sixteenth, McGuire (63) in fifth after starting seventeenth, Martz (16M) in sixth, Hard-Charger Rusty Moore (17M) in seventh after starting twenty-third, Exley (23HJR) in eighth, Jeff Broniszewski (08) in ninth, and Rod Laskey (1R) in tenth after starting twenty-fourth. The heat race winners back on June 1, were, Chris Schneider (55), Humanic (17), Charlier (114), Bobby Whitling (7W), and Weldon (45). After the race, Chris was asked how it felt to win his second straight Ed. Laboon Memorial, “it feels awesome,” he exclaimed. 

In the Dobs Non-Qualifier 15-lap feature, Jim Fosnaught (20J), from Bairdford, would start on the pole while Brent McDonald (25M), would start to his outside in second. Heath Close (77), from Shaler, would start in third, Robert Betz (81), from South Heights, would start in fourth, and Bill Slade (A22), from Bethel Park, would complete the top five starting spots. When the field came under green-flag conditions, Jim Fosnaught (20J) would take the early lead but his car was leaving a smoke trail. Lap three had Jim Fosnaught (20J) still leading, despite the smoke coming from his car, while McDonald (25M) was in second, Joshua Seippel (84S), from Allison Park, in third and Shaun Hooks (65), from Sandy Lake, in fourth. On the following lap, Mcdonald (25M) would take the lead at the line and Jim Fosnaught (20J) would spin out in turn four at the end of the same lap. A caution would ensue and Mcdonald (25M) would choose the inside on the restart. Mcdonald (25M) would keep the lead when the field returned to green-flag conditions but it was short-lived as he was passed by Davey Lee (96L), from Independence. Lap 12 would see another caution when Lee (96L) and McDonald (25M) would make contact on the front stretch. McDonald (25M) would keep going but Lee (96L) would pull Hooks (65) into the mess, as Hooks (65) spun out and came to rest against one of the safety tires along the infield. Lee (96L) and Hooks (65) would both head to the pits but Mcdonald (25M) was able to continue racing and was the new race leader with only three laps to go. Bryan Wagner (56) would challenge McDonald (25M) during the rest of the race, but McDonald (25M) would hold on for the win. He was followed by, Wagner (56) in second, Gary Koteles (64K) in third, Seippel (84S) in fourth, Hooks (65) came back from the pits to finish fifth, Slade (A22) in sixth, Betz (81) in seventh, Close (77) in eighth, Brad Koteles (33K) in ninth, Lee (96L) in tenth, and Jim Fosnaught (20J) rounded out the 11-car field. 

The “Wee” Willie White Memorial would see four heat races. The top five would advance to the A-main with the top two in the redraw. The last chance B-main would have 14 starting cars with only the top four transferring to the A-main. 14 cars would start the B-main but only five of them would finish the event. All five cars would transfer to the A-main due to the fifth-place car getting a provisional. In the 20-lap A-main, Laskey (1R) would be the pole-sitter. Starting in second was McGuire (63). Making up the second row was Jason Fosnaught (73) starting in third and Martz (16M) starting in fourth. When the green flag dropped, McGuire (63) would take the early lead with Laskey (1R) in second, Martz (16M) in third, and Jason Fosnaught (73) in fourth. The event’s first caution would come on lap three for the 65 of Shaun Hooks when his car began to catch fire on the front straightaway. Hooks (65) would be done for the night, as his bad luck at PPMS continued. McGuire (63) would lead the field on the restart with Martz (16M) in second, Jason Fosnaught (73) in third, and Laskey (1R) in fourth. When the green flag waved, Martz (16M) would take the lead with Mcguire (63) falling back to second. Lap seven saw trouble for McGuire (63) who had a flat tire and hit the wall coming off of turn four. Martz (16M) would choose the outside on the restart with Jason Fosnaught (73) in second, Exley (23HJR) in third, and Curtis J Bish (29) in fourth. Lap nine had Martz (16M) still leading the event with Exley (23HJR) now in second. Martz (16M) and Exley (23HJR) would battle door to door for a few laps and on lap 12, Exley (23HJR) would take the lead from Martz (16M). Another caution would slow the pace on lap 14 for a car that had trouble in turn two. Exley (23HJR) would lead the restart with six laps to go and when the green flag waved, Martz (16M) would once again take the lead, but Exley (23HJR) would once again be on Martz’s (16M) door. Exley (23HJR) would take the lead away from Martz (16M) on lap 17, but yet, another caution would come on the same lap. Exley (23HJR) would lead the field on the restart and when green replaced yellow, Exley (23HJR), Martz (16M) and Moore (17M) would go three-wide into turn one with Moore (17M) and Exley (23HJR) making contact, collecting Laskey (1R) and Nick Kocuba (10) in the process, which would cause a red flag after a hard crash between turns one and two. Laskey (1R) was a bit shaken up by the crash but walked to the ambulance under his own power. With three laps to go, Exley (23HJR) would lead the restart but before another lap could be completed, the caution was back out for debris on the track. The restart would remain the same with Exley (23HJR) leading the pack. When the green flag waved for the final time in the event, Martz (16M) would steal the lead from Exley (23HJR). The pair had a spirited battle for the remaining two laps of the event with Martz (16M) coming out on top by only 0.101 seconds. Exley (23HJR) finished in second, Jason Fosnaught (73) finished in third, Humanic (17) finished in fourth, Randy Wyant (11T) finished in fifth, Curtis J Bish (29) finished in sixth, Chris Withers (21W) finished in seventh, McGuire (63) finished in eighth, Curt Bish (00) finished in ninth, and Nick Kocuba (10) finished in tenth. The heat race winners were Curtis J Bish (29), McGuire (63), Exley(23HJR), and Martz (16M). 

In the RUSH Late Model Dirt Series 20-lap feature, Ben Policz (14B), from Rices Landing would start on the pole. To his outside and starting in second was D. Charlier (42S). Tim Shaffer (45), from Aliquippa, would start in third while, Christian Schneider (1ST), from Warren, Ohio, would start in fourth, and Ryan Frazee (11F) would complete the top five. When the green flag waved, Policz (14B) would pull out to an early lead. Lap five had Policz (14B) still leading, D. Charlier (42S) still in second, Christian Schneider (1ST) in third, and Nico Dabecco (F1) in fourth. Policz (14B) had almost a full straightaway lead by lap eight, but D.Charlier (42S) was beginning to close the gap. Policz (14B) and D. Charlier (42S) would enter lapped-traffic on lap 12. With five laps to go, and Policz (14B) still leading, D. Charlier (42S) was still right behind him in second, Christian Schneider (1ST) was in third and Dabecco (F1) in fourth. After leading the entire event, bad luck would strike the 14B of Policz with three laps to go, as his motor would blow, allowing D. Charlier (42) to take the lead. D. Charlier (42S) would lead the remaining laps of the event, en route to another PPMS victory for the “Midway Missile”. Following him to the line was, Christian Schneider (1ST) in second, Dabecco (F1) in third, John Mollick (60M) in fourth, Policz (14B) was able to hold onto fifth, Logan Zarin (1Z) in sixth, Frazee (11F) in seventh, Jabo Jablonski (3JX) in eighth, Shaffer (45) in ninth, and Tony White (27T) rounded out the 10-car field. The heat race winners were Shaffer (45) and Policz (14B). 

In the Keystone Coach Works Hobby Stock 12-lap feature, Frank Magill III (17S) would start on the pole in Stephen Shelpman’s car. Jake Simmons (68X) was to his outside and starting in second. Casey Grumling (77X) would start in third, while Karlee Kovacs (221K) would start in fourth, and Frank Magill IV (05) would complete the top five. With the green flag waving, Frank Magill III (17S) would keep the early lead. J. Simmons (68X) would take the lead on lap two, knocking F. Magill III (17S) down to second. Grumling (77X) would move into second place on lap three with J. Simmons (68X) still leading the field. J. Simmons (68X) would enter lapped-traffic on lap seven, and on the following lap, the caution would come out for Adam Ferree (29) who had car trouble on the front stretch. J. Simmons (68X) would choose the outside on the restart but the restart would get called back for firing too early. With a second try on the restart, the field was able to come under green flag conditions with J. Simmons (68X) keeping the lead. He would lead the remaining three laps of the event, picking up the Keystone Coach Works Hobby Stock feature win. Following him to the line was, Grumling (77X) in second, Frank Magill IV (05) in third, Frank Magill III (17S) in fourth, Kovacs (221K) in fifth, Andrew Sutton (16A) in sixth, Tom Anton (13) in seventh, John Gill (17P) in eighth, Ferree (29) in ninth, and Kaleb Behanna (79) completed the 10-car field. The Hobby Stocks did not run a heat race. 

In the Four Cylinder division, could Andy Garlinger (R88) be dethroned? Garlinger (R88) has won every Four Cylinder feature at PPMS this season. In the eight-lap feature, Craig Rudolph (5R), from Steubenville, Ohio, would start on the pole. Starting in second was John Gill (19G), from Burgettstown. Tanya Charlier (21), from Midway, would start in third, and Garlinger (R88) would round out the four-car field. When the green flag dropped, Garlinger (R88) missed a shift on the front stretch, which allowed Gill (19G) to pull out to a big lead early on. Garlinger (R88) would eventually catch up to Gill (19G) after a few laps. Garlinger (R88) would attempt several passes throughout the race but Gill (19G) kept slamming the door on him. On the last lap of the race, Garlinger (R88) would pass Gill (19G) for the lead, en route to another PPMS Four-Cylinder Victory. Following him to the line were, Gill (19G) in second, T. Charlier (21) in third, and C. Rudolph (5R) in fourth. The Four Cylinders did not run a heat race. 

In the Young Guns division, could Susie Rudolph (55), make it six wins a row? In the Young Guns six-lap feature, Kyle Janas (88), from Coraopolis, would start on the pole. Tony Magill (05), from Jefferson Hills, would start in second, Cameron Hollister (44), from McDonald, would start in third, and rightfully so, S. Rudolph (55) would round out the four-car field. When the green flag waved, it didn’t take S. Rudolph long to take the lead, and once she did, she didn’t look back, picking up her sixth Young Guns win in a row. Following her to the line were, Janas (88) in second, T. Magill (05) in third, and Hollister (44) in fourth. The Young Guns did not run a heat race. 

Racing resumes at Dirt’s Monster Half-Mile on Saturday, August 24, when the Falconi’s Moon Township Automotive 410 Outlaw Winged Sprint Car Series comes to town. The 410 Outlaw Winged Sprint Cars are the fastest cars on dirt and can reach speeds of 150mph at Dirt’s Monster Half-Mile. PPMS will also be featuring the RUSH Late Model Dirt Series, the PPMS Pro Stocks, the Keystone Coach Works Hobby Stocks, the Four Cylinders, and the Young Guns. Gates open at 5 p.m., hot laps begin at 6 p.m., and the racing action will commence at 7 p.m.

RESULTS

Penn Ohio Pro Stocks 8th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial (remaining 27 laps)

Finishing spot – starting spot – driver name (car number) – hometown 

1 – 1 – Chris Schneider (55) – Lower Burrell

2 – 3 – Jackson Humanic (17) – Titusville 

3 – 14 – Randy Wyant (11T) – Oil City

4 – 11 – Curtis J Bish (29) – Oil City 

5 – 16 – Chris McGuire (63) – Erie 

6 – 4 – Rusty Martz (16M) – Brookville 

7 – 17 – Rusty Moore (17M) – New Castle 

8 – 6 – Hunter Exley (23HJR) – Franklin 

9 – 25 – Jeff Broniszewski (08) – Coraopolis 

10 – 18 – Rod Laskey (1R) – Oil City 

11 – 10 – Danny Rich (67X) – Imperial 

12 – 23 – Chris Withers (21W) – Waterford 

13 – 20 – Josh Langer (11L) – Imperial 

14 – 8 – Greg Beach (33X) – Chicora 

15 – 24 – Jason Fosnaught (73) – Tarentum 

16 – 2 – Daryl Charlier (114) – Midway 

17 – 21 – Mike Harris (18) Bridgeville 

18 – 26 – Nick Kocuba (10) – Bulger 

19 – 15 – Noah Brunell (31) – New Alexandria 

20 – 9 – Steve D’Apolito (84) – North Lima, OH 

21 – 22 – Tim Bish (11B) – Ringgold 

22 – 12 – A.J. Poljak (36) – Baldwin 

23 – 13 – Rob Shook (64S) – Creighton

24 – 7 – Bobby Whitling (7W) – Franklin 

25 – 5 – Todd Weldon (45) – Monongahela

DNS Corey McPherson (C33) – Pittsburgh 

DNS Tyler Thompson (T2) – Streetsboro, OH 

DNS Kyle Couchenour (299) – Jamestown, NY  

Penn Ohio Pro Stocks Dobs Non-Qualifier (15) – laps 

Finishing spot – starting spot – driver name (car number) – hometown 

1 – 2 – Brent McDonald (25M) – Saxonburg

2 – 11 – Bryan Wagner (56) – New Wilmington 

3 – 9 – Gary Koteles (64K) – Stockdale 

4 – 6 – Josh Seippel (84S) – Allison Park 

5 – 8 – Shaun Hooks (65) – Sandy Lake 

6 – 5 – Bill Slade (A22) – Bethel Park 

7 – 4 – Robert Betz (81) – South Heights 

8 – 3 – Heath Close (77) – Shaler 

9 – 7 – Brad Koteles (33K) Sarasota, FL

10 – 10 – Davey Lee (96L) – Independence 

11 – 1 – Jim Fosnaught (20J) – Bairdford 

DNS Joe Wrong (15) – Uniontown 

DNS Jacob Billyk (4) – New Castle 

DNS Andrew Gordon (25G) – Dubois 

DNS Ryan Newman (12) – Lemont Furnace 

Penn Ohio Heat 1 (8) laps Ed Laboon Memorial from 6.1.19

Finishing spot, drivers name – car number – [starting spot]

1. Chris Schneider – 55 – [1]; 2. Rusty Martz – 16M – [2]; 3. Steve D’Apolito – 84 – [4]; 4. Curtis J Bish – 29 – [5]; 5. Noah Brunell – 31 – [7]; 6. Mike Harris – 18 – [6]; 7. Robert Betz – 81 – [8]; 8. Andrew Gordon – 25G – [3]; DNS Ryan Newman – 12 –

Penn Ohio Heat 2 (8) laps Ed Laboon Memorial from 6.1.19

Finishing spot, drivers name – car number – [starting spot]

1. Bobby Whitling – 7W – [1]; 2. Hunter Exley – 23HJ – [2]; 3. Danny Rich – 67X – [3]; 4. Chris McGuire – 63 – [6]; 5. Kyle Couchenour – 299 – [4]; 6. Josh Langer – 11 – [5]; 7. Bill Slade – A22 – [8]; 8. Gary Koteles – 64K – [7]; 

Penn Ohio Heat 3 (8) laps Ed Laboon Memorial from 6.1.19

Finishing spot, drivers name – car number – [starting spot]

1. Daryl Charlier – 114 – [2]; 2. Greg Beach – 33X – [1]; 3. Randy Wyant – 11T – [4]; 4. Corey McPherson – C33 – [3]; 5. Chris Withers – 21W – [5]; 6. Brad Koteles – 33K – [8]; 7. Jim Fosnaught – 20J – [6]; 8. Heath Close – 77 – [7]; 9. Josh Seippel – 84S – [9];

Penn Ohio Heat 4 (8) laps Ed Laboon Memorial from 6.1.19

Finishing spot, drivers name – car number – [starting spot]

1. Todd Weldon – 45 – [1]; 2. Jason Fosnaught – 73 – [2]; 3. Tyler Thompson – T2 – [3]; 4. A.J. Poljak – 36 – [4]; 5. Nick Kocuba – 10 – [5]; 6. Jeremy Perry – 15X – [6]; 7. Jacob Billyk – 4 – [8]; 8. Davey Lee – 96L – [9];

Penn Ohio Heat 5 (8) laps Ed Laboon Memorial from 6.1.19

Finishing spot, drivers name – car number – [starting spot]

1. Jackson Humanic – 17 – [2]; 2. Jeff Broniszewski – 08 – [3]; 3. Rob Shook – 64S – [1]; 4. Tim Bish – 11B – [5]; 5. Rusty Moore – 17M – [6]; 6. Brent McDonald – 25M – [4]; DNS Shaun Hooks – 65 – ; DNS Rod Laskey – 1R –

Penn Ohio B-main 1 (12) laps Ed Laboon Memorial from 6.1.19

Finishing spot, starting spot, driver name (car number) 

1 – 1 – Noah Brunell (31)

2 – 3 – Rusty Moore (17M)

3 – 4 – Josh Langer (11)

4 – 7 – Jim Fosnaught (20J)

5 – 5 – Jeremy Perry (15X)

6 – 2 – Chris Withers (21W)

7 – 6 – Robert Betz (81)

DNS Shaun Hooks (64)

DNS Gary Koteles (64K)

DNS Davey Lee (96L)

DNS Ryan Newman (12)

Penn Ohio B-main 2 (12) laps Ed Laboon Memorial from 6.1.19

Finishing spot, starting spot, driver name (car number)

1 – 2 – Nick Kocuba (10)

2 – 8 – Rod Laskey (1R)

3 – 3 – Mike Harris (18)

4 – 1 – Kyle Couchenour (299)

5 – 5 – Brent McDonald (25M)

6 – 7 – Heath Close (77)

7 – 6 – Bill Slade (A22)

8 – 9 – Joshua Seippel (84S)

9 – 4 – Brad Koteles (33K)

DNS Jacob Billyk (4)

DNS Andrew Gordon (25G)

Penn Ohio Dash (6) laps Ed Laboon Memorial from 6.1.19

Finishing spot, starting spot, driver name, (car number)

1 – 2 – Daryl Charlier (114)

2 – 1 – Jackson Humanic (17)

3 – 3 – Chris Schneider (55)

4 – 5 – Bobby Whitling (7W)

5 – 4 – Todd Weldon (45)

Penn Ohio Pro Stocks Wee Willie White Memorial (20) – laps 

Finishing spot – starting spot – driver name (car number) – hometown 

1 – 4 – Rusty Martz (16M) – Brookville 

2 – 8 – Hunter Exley (23HJR) – Franklin 

3 – 3 – Jason Fosnaught (73) – Tarentum 

4 – 16 – Jackson Humanic (17) – Titusville 

5 – 20 – Randy Wyant (11T) – Oil City 

6 – 5 – Curtis J Bish (29) – Oil City 

7 – 17 – Chris Withers (21W) – Waterford 

8 – 2 – Chris McGuire (63) – Erie 

9 – 21 – Curt Bish (00) – Oil City 

10 – 11 – Nick Kocuba (10) – Bulger 

11 – 23 – Mike Harris (18) – Bridgeville 

12 – 7 – Brent McDonald (25M) –  Saxonburg 

13 – 19 – Jim Fosnaught (20J) – Bairdford 

14 – 22 – Justin Lamb (47X) – Findlay Township 

15 – 10 – Tim Bish (11B) Ringgold 

16 – 6 – Rusty Moore (17M) – New Castle 

17 – 1 – Rod Laskey (1R) – Oil City 

18 – 12 – Jeff Broniszewski (08) – Coraopolis 

19 – 15 – Danny Rich (67X) – Imperial 

20 – 13 – Chris Schneider (55) – Lower Burrell 

21 – 18 – Gary Koteles (33K) – Stockdale 

22 – 14 – Josh Langer (11L) – Imperial 

23 – 9 – Shaun Hooks (65) – Sandy Lake 

DNS Daryl Charlier (112) – Midway 

DNS Bill Slade (A22) – Bethel Park

Penn Ohio Wee Willie White b-main 1 (10) laps top 4 transfer 

Finishing spot – starting spot – driver name (car number) – hometown

1 – 5 – Randy Wyant (11T) – Oil City 

2 – 7 – Curt Bish (00) – Oil City 

3 – 9 – Justin Lamb (47X) – Findlay Township

4 – 8 – Mike Harris (18) – Bridgeville 

5 – 3 – Bill Slade (A22) – Bethel Park 

6 – 1 – Bryan Wagner (56) – New Wilmington 

7 – 2 – Heath Close (77) – Shaler 

8 – 6 – Joshua Seippel (84S) – Franklin 

9 – 4 – A.J. Poljak (36) – Baldwin 

DNS Todd Weldon (45) – Monongahela

DNS Gill DeMello (22) – Youngstown, OH

DNS Brad Koteles (33K) – Sarasota, FL 

DNS Dave McManus (114) – Elizabeth

DNS Noah Brunell (31) – New Alexandria 

DNS Greg Beach (33X) – Chicora 

DNS Bobby Whitling (7W) – Franklin 

DNS Steve D’Apolito (84) – North Lima, OH 

DNS Davey Lee (96L) – Independence 

Penn Ohio heat 1 (8) laps – Wee Willie White Memorial 

Finishing spot, driver name – car number – [starting spot]; 

1. Curtis J Bish – 29 – [1];  2. Rusty Moore – 17M – [2]; 3. Shaun Hooks – 65 – [4];  4. Jeff Broniszewski – 08 – [6]; 5. Jackson Humanic – 17 – [8];  6. Todd Weldon – 45 – [9]; 7. A.J. Poljak – 36 – [7]; 8. Curt Bish – 00 – [3];  9. Justin Lamb – 47x – [5];  DNS Robert Betz – 81 – 

Penn Ohio heat 2 (8) – laps – Wee Willie White Memorial 

Finishing spot, driver name – car number – [starting spot]; 

1. Chris McGuire – 63 – [1];  2. Jason Fosnaught – 73 – [4];  3. Tim Bish – 11B – [3]; 4. Chris Schneider – 55 – [9];  5. Chris Withers – 21W – [8]; 6. Bryan Wagner – 56 – [2];  7. Randy Wyant – 11T – [5]; 8. Mike Harris – 18 – [7]; 9. Brad Koteles – 33K – [6];  

Penn Ohio heat 3 (8) – laps – Wee Willie White Memorial 

Finishing spot, driver name – car number – [starting spot]; 

1. Hunter Exley – 23HJR – [3];  2. Brent McDonald – 25M [1]; 3. Nick Kocuba – 10 – [2];  4. Josh Langer – 11 – [7]; 5. Gary Koteles – 64K – [5]; 6. Heath Close – 77 – [4];  7. Joshua Seippel – 84S – [6]; DNS Noah Brunell – 31 – ; DNS Bobby Whitling – 7W ;  

Penn Ohio heat 4 (8) – laps – Wee Willie White Memorial 

Finishing spot, driver name – car number – [starting spot]; 

1. Rusty Martz – 16M – [1];  2. Rod Lasky – 1R – [7]; 3. Daryl Charlier – 112 – [3];  4. Danny Rich – 67X – [4]; 5. Jim Fosnaught – 20J – [2]; 6. Bill Slade – A22 – [6];  7. Gill DeMello – 22 – [5];  

RUSH Late Model Feature (20) – laps 

Finishing spot – starting spot – driver name (car number) – hometown 

1 – 2 – Daryl Charlier (42S) – Midway 

2 – 4 – Christian Schneider (1ST) – Warren, OH

3 – 6 – Nico Dabecco (F1) – Verona 

4 – 7 – John Mollick (60M) – Toronto, OH

5 – 1 – Ben Policz (14B) – Rices Landing 

6 – 8 – Logan Zarin (1Z) – Moon Township 

7 – 5 – Ryan Frazee (11F) – Addison 

8 – 10 – Jabo Jablonski (3JX) – Carnegie 

9 – 3 – Tim Shaffer (45) – Aliquippa 

10 – 9 – Tony White (27T) Aliquippa 

RUSH Late Model heat 1 (8) – laps 

Finishing spot, driver name – car number – [starting spot]; 

1. Tim Shaffer – 45 – [1];  2. Nico Dabecco – F1 – [2]; 3. Daryl Charlier – 42S – [3];  4. John Mollick – 60M – [5]; 5. Tony White – 27T – [4];  

RUSH Late Model heat 2 (8) – laps 

Finishing spot, driver name – car number – [starting spot]; 

1. Ben Policz – 14B – [1];  2. Christian Schneider – 1ST – [2];  3. Ryan Frazee – 11F – [5]; 4. Logan Zarin – 1Z – [3];  5. Paul Jablonski – 3JX – [4];  

Hobby Stock feature (12) – laps 

Finishing spot – starting spot – driver name (car number) – hometown 

1 – 2 – Jake Simmons (68X) – Beaver Falls 

2 – 3 – Casey Grumling (77X) – Elrama 

3 – 5 – Frank Magill IV (05) – Jefferson Hills 

4 – 1 – Frank Magill III (17S) – Jefferson Hills 

5 – 4 – Karlee Kovacs (221K) – Carnegie 

6 – 7 – Andrew Sutton (16A) – 

7 – 8 – Tom Anton (13) – Jefferson Hills 

8 – 6 – John Gill (17P) – Burgettstown 

9 – 9 – Adam Ferree (29) – Jefferson Hills 

10 – 10 – Kaleb Behanna (79) 

Hobby Stocks did not run a heat race 

Four Cylinder feature (8) – laps 

Finishing spot – starting spot – driver name (car number) – hometown 

1 – 4 – Andy Garlnger (R88) – Hopedale, OH 

2 – 2 – John Gill (19G) – Burgettstown 

3 – 3 – Tanya Charlier (21) – Midway 

4 – 1 – Craig Rudolph (5R) – Steubenville 

Four Cylinders did not run a heat race

Young Guns feature (6) – laps 

Finishing spot – starting spot – driver name (car number) – hometown 

1 – 4 – Susie Rudolph (55) – Steubenville, OH 

2 – 1 – Kyle Janas (88) – Coraopolis 

3 – 2 – Tony Magill (05) – Jefferson Hills 

4 – 3 – Cameron Hollister (44) – McDonald 

Young Guns did not run a heat race