Imperial, PA

The 10th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial would go down in the history books as one of the best ones yet at Dirt’s Monster Half-Mile on Saturday night for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stocks. PPMS would see qualifying, nine heat races, two B-mains, a six-lap dash, and six A-main feature events. Bobby Whitling (7W), from Seneca, would outpace a stellar field of Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stocks to win the 10th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial 30-lap a-main feature event, picking up the $5,017 to win the grand prize. Jason Johns (31), from Oil City, would pick up the win in the Dobs Auto non-qualifier for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stocks. Zach Morrow (48), from Gibsonia, would get his first career PPMS victory for the Rohrich RUSH Late Model Dirt Series, while Frank Magill (05), from Jefferson Hills, would bring home another win for the Priority Equipment Rental Hobby Stocks. Bill Tennant (2), from Colliers, West Virginia, would pick up another victory for the Crawford Auto Repair Four-Cylinders, and Logan Koteles (5K), from Stockdale, would make it three wins in a row for the Crawford Auto Repair Young Guns.  

 

46 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stocks would sign in for their chance at winning the 10th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial. This coveted event would see the 46 entries broken into five groups for qualifying to determine their starting positions in the five heat races. Bobby Whitling (7W) would not only set the fast-time for his group but he would also set the overall fast-time with a time of 19.854. Whitling (7W) was the only driver with a time sub 20 seconds. The five heat race winners would enter the redraw for the six-lap dash to determine the top five starting spots in the 30-lap A-main feature event. Chris Schneider (55), from Lower Burell, would win the six-lap dash, which ensured him the pole position in the A-main. Whitling (7W) would start to his outside in second place while Todd Weldon (45) would start third, Jamie Duncan (67J) would start fourth, Brian Hutcko (60H) would start fifth, and Jason Humanic (17) would complete the top three starting rows. When the green flag dropped in the 30-lap A-main, Schneider (55) would pull away with the early lead. By lap five, Schneider (55) almost had a full straightaway lead over the field but the event’s first caution would slow the pace for the 45 of Weldon who had a flat tire. Schneider (55) would take the outside on the restart and when the field returned to green flag conditions, Whitling (7W) would challenge Schneider (55) for the lead for several laps. While Whitling (7W) and Schneider (55) would battle for the lead, twelfth-starting Daryl Charlier (114) was making his way to the front of the field and by lap seven, Charlier (114) was already in third place. Whitling (7W) would steal the lead from Schneider (55) on lap 11 and on the same lap, the field would see another caution. Whitling (7W) would take the inside on the restart with Schneider (55) to his outside in second, Charlier (114) in third, and Hutchko (60H) in fourth. The field wouldn’t complete a lap before the caution was back out for a car that hit the wall between turns three and four. On the restart, Whitling (7W) would appear to keep the lead but Schneider (55) would regain the lead at the line. At the halfway point, Schneider (55) was still leading with Whitling (7W) in second, Charlier (114) in third, Hutchko (60H) in fourth, and Humanic (17) in fifth. Lap 17 saw even more action when Charlier (114) took second from Whitling (7W) and just a few laps later, Whitling (7W) would reclaim second place. With the front-runners now entering lapped traffic, Charlier (114) was able to pass both Whitling (7W) and Schneider (55) to take over the lead near the end of lap 21. With four laps to go, Charlier (114) appeared to have the win in the bag when bad luck would strike. The car either lost the right front tire or had something in the right front suspension break which sent him straight into the wall between turns one and two bringing out another caution. Whitling (7W) would now lead the single-foul restart with Schneider (55) behind him in second place. Whitling (7W) would keep the lead when the green flag dropped for the final time in the event. Schneider (55) would pressure him for the lead but Whitling (7W) would lead the remaining four laps of the event, picking up the 10th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial Victory. It was also Whitling’s (7W) first career PPMS win. Following him to the line was Schneider (55) in second, Hutchko (60H) in third, Zachary Gustafson (983) in fourth, Noah Brunell (18) in fifth, Jackson Humanic (17) in sixth, Josh Seippel (84S) in seventh, Curtis J. Bish (29) in eighth, William Hurrelbrink (C8) in ninth, and Brett McDonald (25) rounds out the top 10. The heat race winners were, Weldon (45), Whitling (7W), Randy Wyant (11T), Hutchko (60H) and, Andrew Gordon (25). The top two in the B-mains would transfer and the winners were Zachary Gustafson (983) and Alan Dellinger (1R). The other B-main transfers were William Hurrelbrink (C8) and Pat Fielding (23). The hard-luck award went to Nick Kocuba (10) who bent a valve during hot laps. The hard charger was Noah Brunell (18) who had car trouble all night. Brunell (18) made the A-main on a provisional and started in spot 25, and he finished fifth. Zach Gustafson (983) won the outsider award which is the highest finisher in their first Ed Laboon Memorial. 

 

In the Dobs Auto Non-Qualifier eight-lap feature, eight cars would make up the field, as there were 11 who DNS. Rocky Kugel (00K), from Boardman, Ohio, would start on the pole. To his outside and starting in second would be Jacob Billyk (4). Jason Johns (31) would start in third, and Bill Slade (A22) would complete the top two starting rows. When the green flag waved, Kugel (00K) would pull away with the early lead. Jason Johns (31) would steal the lead from Kugel (00K) on lap two. Johns (31) would lead the remaining six laps of the event which went green to checkered. Following him to the line was Chris McGuire (63) in second, Kugel (00K) in third, Matt Bernard (7B) in fourth, Billyk (4) in fifth, Wesley McCray (32) in sixth, Slade (A22) in seventh, and Tanya Charlier (21) in eighth. Notables: Chris McGuire (63) started in eighth and finished second. 

 

The Rohrich RUSH Late Model Dirt Series would see 19 cars entered. They were broken into two heat races with the top six from each heat entering the redraw for the 20-lap feature. Defending track champion, Ben Policz (14B), from Rices Landing, would start on the pole. To his outside and starting in second was Zach Morrow (48). Joe Martin (10S) would start in third while Tony White (27T) would start in fourth, Jake Gunn (14G) would start in fifth, and Bill Kessler (09) would complete the top three starting rows. When the green light came on, Morrow (48) would take off with the early lead. By lap two, pole-sitter Policz (14B) had fallen back to third with Martin (10S) in second, and Morrow (48) still leading. Towards the halfway point on lap eight, Morrow (48) began to enter lapped traffic but a caution would slow the pace. Morrow (48) would take the inside on the restart with Martin (10S) in second, J. Gunn (14G) in third, Zach Gunn (17G) in fourth, and Policz (14B) in fifth. Morrow (48) would keep his lead and begin to pad his lead over the field. Morrow (48) led all 20 laps of the event en route to his first career PPMS Rohrich Rush Late Model Dirt Series victory. He was followed to the line by Martin (10S) in second, J. Gunn (14G) in third, Z. Gunn (17G) in fourth, Daryl Charlier (114) in fifth, Policz (14B) in sixth, Mike Reft (9R) in seventh, Bryan Hoffman (15H) in eighth, Colby Beighey (36) in ninth, and Joe Squatriglia (15X) in tenth. The heat race winners were Martin (10S) and Charlier (114). 

 

20 Priority Equipment Rental Hobby Stocks would enter Saturday night’s event. The top six from each heat race would enter the redraw to determine their starting spots in the 12-lap feature. Jonathan Koteles (2K), from Stockdale, would draw the number one starting spot. To his outside and starting in second was John Cain (06), from North Versailles. Tony Magill (5), from Jefferson Hills, would start in third, and Cody Behanna (25), from Finleyville, would round out the first two rows. When the green flag dropped, the field wouldn’t even get a lap in before the first caution came out to slow the pace. A complete restart would ensue and T. Magill (5) would pull away with the early lead. T. Magill (5) would begin to enter lapped traffic around the middle of the event with his brother Frank (05) now right behind him in second place, Cain (06) in third, and J. Koteles (2K) in fourth. A caution would come with two laps remaining in the event and during the caution, it was noted by track officials that T. Magill (5) had a flat tire. He chose to remain on the track and lead the restart with his brother Frank (05) right beside him in second place. F. Magill (05) would take over the lead with two laps remaining, as his brother Tony (5) fell off of the pace with his flat tire. Another caution would come with one lap remaining in the event which forced a two-lap shootout. When the green flag dropped for the final time, F. Magill (05) would keep the lead. He would lead the remaining two laps of the event to pick up another Priority Equipment Rental Hobby Stock win. He was followed to the line by Matt Benard (15) in second, Cain (06) in third, Jacob Wiser (OU2) in fourth, Karlee Kovacs (221K) in fifth, J. Koteles (2K) in sixth, Behanna (25) in seventh, Tom Anton (64) in eighth, James Huff (83X) in ninth, and Ken Heasely Jr. (57) in tenth. The heat race winners were Benard (15) and Cody Koteles (1K). 

 

The Crawford Auto Repair Four-Cylinders wouldn’t run a heat race so their pill draw was for their feature lineup. The five-car field consisted of, Bill Tennant (2) starting on the pole. Craig Rudolph (5R) would start in second, while Derek Quigley (65Q) would start in third, Justin Pellegrini (29P) would start in fourth, and Noah Bubeck (2B) would start in fifth. When the green flag waved, Tennant (2) would keep the early lead. Tennant (2) had a half of a straightaway lead over the field by lap two, and by lap three, he had a full straightaway lead over the field. At the halfway point, Tennant (2) was still leading with Rudolph (5R) in second, Quigley (65Q) in third, and Pellegrini (29P) in fourth. The only position change in the second half of the race was Quigley (65Q) passing Rudolph (5R) for second place. Tennant (2) would lead all laps of the event, picking up another PPMS win. He was followed to the line by Quigley (65Q) in second, Rudolph (5R) in third, Pellegrini (29P) in fourth, and Bubeck (2B) in fifth. 

 

Four cars would be entered for the All Ways Safe Young Guns. They wouldn’t run a heat race, so their pill draw was for their six-lap feature event. Gavin Kokolis (91), from Oakdale, would start on the pole. Kiersten Chernik (5X), from Hookstown, would start in second, Cameron Hollister (44), from McDonald, would start in third, and Logan Koteles (5K), from Stockdale, would start in fourth. When the green flag dropped, L. Koteles (5K) would come from last place and take over the lead on the first lap. Lap two had L. Koteles (5K) still leading, Hollister (44) in second, Chernik (5X) in third, and Kokolis (91) in fourth. L. Koteles (5K) would lead all six laps of the event to pick up his third win in a row. He was followed to the line by Hollister (44) in second, Chernik (5X) in third, and Kokolis (91) in fourth. 

 

Racing resumes at Dirt’s Monster Half-Mile next Saturday, June 12, 2021, for Champions Night with a five-division Action Event. PPMS will honor its 2020 track champions and will also be featuring the Rohrich RUSH Late Model Dirt Series, the ADMAR Penn Ohio Pro Stocks, the Priority Equipment Rental Hobby Stocks, the Crawford Auto Repair Four-Cylinders, and the All Ways Safe 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. Visit our schedule section pricing and tickets. 

Happy Racing!

RESULTS

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stocks 10th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial (30) – Laps 

Finishing spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Hometown 

1 – 2 – Bobby Whitling (7W) – Seneca

2 – 1 – Chris Schneider (55) – Lower Burrel 

3 – 5 – Brian Hutchko (60H) – McDonald 

4 – 21 – Zachary Gustafson (983) – Weedville 

5 – 25 – Noah Brunell (18) – New Alexandria – Hard Charger 

6 – 6 – Jackson Humanic (17) – Titusville 

7 – 13 – Josh Seippel (84S) – Franklin 

8 – 10 – Curtis J. Bish (29) – Ringgold 

9 – 23 – William Hurrelbrink (C8) – Emlenton

10 – 9 – Brett McDonald (25) – Saxonburg 

11 – 16 – Steve D’Apolito (84) – Youngstown 

12 – 22 – Alan Dellinger (1R) 

13 – 12 – Daryl Charlier (114) – Midway 

14 – 11 – Chris Withers (21W) – Waterford

15 – 14 – Chase Lambert (22) – Mars 

16 – 20 – Jamie Barber (1776) – Grampian 

17 – 26 – Heath Close (77H) – Shaler 

18 – 19 – Dale Tuche (310) – Cheswick 

19 – 8 – Jason Fosnaught (20J) – Tarentum 

20 – 7 – Tim Bish (11B) – Ringgold 

21 – 24 – Pat Fielding (23) – Franklin 

22 – 15 – Curt Bish Jr (00B) – Ringgold 

23 – 18 – Doug Iorio III (28) – Kennerdell 

24 – 4 – Jamie Duncan (67J) – Brookfield, OH 

25 – 3 – Todd Weldon (45) – Monongahela 

26 – 17 – Leigh Wheeler (2W) – Polk

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stocks Non-Qualifier (8) – Laps 

Finishing spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Hometown

1 – 3 – Jason Johns (31) – Oil City

2 – 8 – Chris McGuire (63) – Erie 

3 – 1 – Rocky Kugel (00K) – Boardman, OH

4 – 5 – Matt Bernard (7B) – Seneca 

5 – 2 – Jacob Billyk (4) 

6 – 6 – Wesley McCray (32) 

7 – 4 – Bill Slade (A22) 

8 – 7 – Tanya Charlier (21) – Midway 

DNS – Randy Wyant (11T) – Oil City 

DNS – Shaun Hooks (65) – Sandy Lake 

DNS – Michael Miller (T6) – East Hickory 

DNS – Nick Kocuba (10) – Burgettstown – Hard Luck Award

DNS – Tyler Wyant (24) – Oil City 

DNS – AJ Poljak (36) – Baldwin 

DNS – Andy Buckley (965) 

DNS – Pete Loria (11C) – Imperial 

DNS – Christian Schneider (M5) – Warren, OH 

DNS – Andrew Gordon (25G) – DuBois

DNS – Josh Blum (39B) – Knox 

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Qualifying Group 1

Finishing Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Time

  1. Todd Weldon (45) – 20.603
  2. Jackson Humanic (17) – 20.613
  3. Chris Withers (21W) – 20.886
  4. Steve D’Apolito (84) – 20.974
  5. Zachary Gustafson (983) – 21.005
  6. Heath Close (77H) – 21.453
  7. Rocky Kugel (00K) – 21.576
  8. Matt Bernard (7B) – 21.890
  9. Jason Johns (31) – 22.078
  10. Wesley McCray (32) – 23.178

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Qualifying Group 2 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Time

  1. Bobby Whitling (7W) – 19.854
  2. Leigh Wheeler (2W) – 20.667
  3. Chris McGuire (63) – 20.782
  4. Tim Bish (11B) – 20.948
  5. William Hurrelbrink (C8) – 20.971
  6. Daryl Charlier (114) – 21.123
  7. Michael Miller (T6) – 21.415
  8. Shaun Hooks (65) – 21.456
  9. Tanya Charlier (21) – 50.931

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Qualifying Group 3 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Time

  1. Randy Wyant (11T) – 20.175
  2. Chris Schneider (55) – 20.334
  3. Jason Fosnaught (20J) – 20.523
  4. Hunter Exley (23H) – 20.623
  5. Noah Brunell (18) – 20.641
  6. Doug Iorio III (28) – 20.872
  7. AJ Poljak (36) – 21.380
  8. Josh Seippel (no time) 

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Qualifying Group 4 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Time

  1. Brian Hutchko (60H) – 20.757 
  2. Chase Lambert (22) – 20.812
  3. Brett McDonald (25) – 21.483
  4. Pete Loria (11C) – 21.726
  5. Dale Tuche (310) – 21.974
  6. Jacob Billyk (4) – 22.397
  7. Bill Slade (A22) – 22.672
  8. Noah Brunell (18) – No Time
  9. Christian Schneider (M5) – No Time

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Qualifying Group 5

Finishing Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Time

  1. Andrew Gordon (25) – 20.492
  2. Curtis J. Bish (29) – 20.623
  3. Jamie Duncan (67J) – 21.205
  4. Curt Bish Jr. (00B) – 21.240
  5. Jamie Barber (1776) – 21.294
  6. Alan Dellinger (1R) – 21.490 
  7. Andy Buckley (965) – 21.585
  8. Pat Fielding (23) – 21.935

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Heat 1 (8) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot]

  1. Todd Weldon – 45 – [1];  2. Jackson Humanic – 17 – [2];  3. Chris Withers – 21W – [3];  4. Steve D’Apolio – 84 – [4];  5. Zachary Gustagson – 983 – [5];  6. Rock Kugel – 00K – [7];  7. Jason Johns – 31 – [9];  8. Heath Close – 77H – [6];  9. Matt Bernard – 7B – [9];  10. Wesley McCray – 32 – [10]; 

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Heat 2 (8) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot]

  1. Bobby Whitling – 7W – [1];  2. Tim Bish – 11B – [4];  3. Daryl Charlier – 114 – [6];  4. Leigh Wheeler – 2W – [2];  5. William Hurrelbrink – C8 – [5];  6. Shaun Hooks – 65 – [8];  7. Chris McGuire – 63 – [3];  8. Michael Miller – T6 – [7];  9. Tanya Charlier – 21 – [9];  

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Heat 3 (8) – Laps

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot]

  1. Chris Schneider – 55 – [2];  2. Jason Fosnaught – 20J – [3];  3. Josh Seippel – 84S – [8];  4. Doug Iorio III – 28 – [6];  5. Randy Wyant – 11T – [1];  6. AJ Poljak – 36 – [7];  7. Hunter Exley – 23H – [4];  8. Tyler Wyant – 24 – [5];  DNS – Nick Kocuba – 10 – 

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Heat 4 (8) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot]

  1. Brian Hutchko – 60H – [1];  2. Brett McDonald – 25 – [3];  3. Chase Lambert – 22 – [2];  4. Dale Tuche – 310 – [5];  5. Jacob Billyk – 4 – [6];  6. Bill Slade – A22 – [7];  7. Noah Brunell – 18 – [8];  8. Pete Loria – 11C – [4];  DNS – Christian Schneider – M5 – 

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Heat 5 (8) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot]

  1. Jamie Duncan – 67J – [3];  2. Curtis J. Bish – 29 – [2];  3. Curt Bish Jr. – 00B – [4];  4. Jamie Barber – 1776 – [5];  5. Pat Fielding – 23 – [8];  6. Andy Buckley – 965 – [7];  7. Alan Dellinger – 1R – [6];  8. Andrew Gordon – 25 – [1];  9. Josh Blum – 39B – [9];  

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock B-Main 1 (8) – Laps Top 2 Transfer

Finishing Spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number)  

1 – 1 – Zachary Gustafson (983) 

2 – 2 – William Hurrelbrink (C8)  

3 – 3 – Rocky Kugel (00K) 

4 – 4 – Jason Johns (31) 

5 – 6 – Matt Bernard (7B) 

6 – 5 – Heath Close (77H) 

7 – 8 – Wesley McCray (32) 

8 – 7 – Tanya Charlier (21) 

DNS – Michael Miller (T6) 

DNS – Chris McGuire (63) 

DNS Shaun Hooks (65) 

DNS – Nick Kocuba (10) 

DNS – Randy Wyant (11T) 

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock B-Main 2 (8) – Laps Top 2 Transfer 

Finishing Spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number)

1 – 6 – Alan Dellinger (1R) 

2 – 2 – Pat Fielding (23) 

3 – 1 – Jacob Billyk (4) 

4 – 3 – Bill Slade (A22) 

5 – 5 – Tyler Wyant (24) 

6 – 4 – Noah Brunell (18) 

DNS – AJ Poljak (36) 

DNS – Christian Schneider (M5) 

DNS – Pete Loria (11C) 

DNS – Andy Buckley (965) 

DNS – Josh Blum (39B) 

DNS – Andrew Gordon (25G) 

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Dash (6) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number)

1 – 2 – Chris Schneider (55) 

2 – 3 – Bobb Whitling (7W) 

3 – 4 – Todd Weldon (45) 

4 – 1 – Jamie Duncan (67J) 

5 – 5 – Brian Hutchko (60H) 

 

Rohrich RUSH Late Model Dirt Series Feature (20) – Laps 

Finishing spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Hometown

1 – 2 – Zach Morrow (48) – Gibsonia 

2 – 3 – Joe Martin (10S) 

3 – 5 – Jake Gunn (14G) – McDonald 

4 – 8 – Zach Gunn (17G) – McDonald 

5 – 1 – Daryl Charlier (114) – Midway 

6 – 1 – Ben Policz (14B) – Rices Landing 

7 – 11 – Mike Reft (9R) – Whitehall 

8 – 15 – Bryan Hoffman (15H) – Imperial 

9 – 17 – Colby Beighey (36) – Fombell  

10 – 18 – Joe Squatriglia (15X) – Pittsburgh 

11 – 13 – Dave Goble (20G) – Aliquippa 

12 – 16 – Kassidy Kamicker (72B) – Aliquippa 

13 – 4 – Tony White (27T) – Aliquippa 

14 – 7 – Philip Bubeck (2B) – Colliers, WV 

15 – 14 – Chuck Kimble (5X) – Ohio 

16 – 10 – Dan Lepro (2L) – Midway 

17 – 9 – Tommy Schirnhofer Jr. (8S) – Dormont 

18 – 6 – Bill Kessler (09) – Freedom 

DNS – Bobby Springer (42) – Clinton

 

Rohrich RUSH Late Model Dirt Series Heat 1 (8) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot]

  1. Joe Martin – 10S – [3];  2. Bill Kessler – 09 – [1];  3. Zach Morrow – 48 – [8];  4. Mike Reft – 9R – [5];  5. Dan Lepro – 2L – [4];  6. Philip Bubeck – 2 – [9];  7. Dave Goble – 20J – [6];  8. Bobby Springer – 42 – [2];  9. Kassidy Kamicker – 72B – [7];  DNS – Joe Squatriglia – 15X – 

 

Rohrich RUSH Late Model Dirt Series Heat 2 (8) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot]

  1. Daryl Charlier – 114 – [1];  2. Jake Gunn – 14G – [3];  3. Ben Policz – 14B – [7];  4. Tommy Schirnhofer Jr. – 8S – [2];  5. Zach Gunn – 17G – [4];  6. Tony White – 27T – [3];  7. Chuck Kimble – 5X – [8];  8. Bryan Hoffman – 15H – [5];  9. Colby Beighey – 36 – [6];  

 

 Priority Equipment Rental Hobby Stock Feature (12) – Laps 

Finishing spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Hometown

1 – 12 – Frank Magill (05) – Jefferson Hills 

2 – 10 – Matt Benard (15) – Oakdale 

3 – 2 – John Cain (06) – North Versallies 

4 – 6 – Jacob Wiser (0U2) – McKees Rocks 

5 – 11 – Karlee Kovacs (221K) – Carnegie 

6 – 1 – Jonathan Koteles (2K) – Stockdale 

7 – 4 – Cody Behanna (25) – Finleyville 

8 – 13 – Tom Anton (64) – Jefferson Hills 

9 – 15 – James Huff (83X) 

10 – 18 – Ken Heasley Jr. (57) – Rochester 

11 – 17 – Mike Tropeck (70) – McDonald 

12 – 8 – Chloie Jones (76) – Bakersfield, CA 

13 – 3 – Tony Magill (5) – Jefferson Hills

14 – 14 – Perry Rummel (26T) – McDonald 

15 – 16 – Marc Corio (14) 

16 – 5 – Joe Anthony (69X) – Pittsburgh 

17 – 7 – Ed Shelpman (17S) – Pleasant Hills 

18 – 9 – Cody Koteles (1K) – Stockdale 

DNS – Robert Betz (22) – South Heights 

DNS – Dalton Isaacs (711)

Priority Equipment Rental Hobby Stock Heat 1 (8) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot] 

  1. Matthew Benard – 15 – [6];  2. Frank Magill – 05 – [7];  3. Joe Anthony – 69X – [5];  4. Jacob Wiser – OU2 – [2];  5. Cody Behanna – 25 – [3];  6. Jonathan Koteles – 2K – [8];  7. Tom Anton – 64 – [1];  8. James Huff – 83X – [4];  9. Mike Tropeck – 70 – [10];  10. Dalton Isaacs – 711 – [9];  

 

Priority Equipment Rental Hobby Stock Heat 2 (8) – Laps 

Finishing Spot, Driver Name – Car Number – [Starting Spot]

  1. Cody Koteles – 1K – [5];  2. Chloie Jones – 76 – [1];  3. John Cain – 06 – [8];  4. Ed Shelpman – 17S – [4];  5. Karlee Kovacs – 221K – [7];  6. Tony Magill – 5 – [3];  7. Perry Rummel – 26T – [10];  8. Marc Corio – 14 – [9];  9. Robert Betz – 22 – [6];  10. Ken Heasley Jr. – 57 – [2]; 

 

 

Crawford Auto Repair Four-Cylinder Feature (8) – Laps 

Finishing spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Hometown

1 – 1 – Bill Tennant (2) – Colliers, WV 

2 – 3 – Derek Quigley (65Q) 

3 – 2 – Craig Rudolph (5R) – Steubenville, OH 

4 – 4 – Justin Pellegrini (29P) – Finlyeville 

5 – 5 – Noah Bubeck (2B) – Colliers, WV 

 

All Ways Safe Young Guns Feature (6) – Laps 

Finishing spot, Starting Spot, Driver Name (Car Number) – Hometown

1 – 4 – Logan Koteles (5K) – Stockdale 

2 – 3 – Cameron Hollister (44) – McDonald 

3 – 2 – Kiersten Chernik (5X) – Hookstown 

4 – 1 – Gavin Kokolis (91) – Oakdale