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by: Admin - 6/19/2017
Pass/Imca Sprints ( 21 Cars ):

1) 5T Tyler Reeser 2) 0 Kyle Ganoe 3) 14 Kyle Craker 4) 17A Colby Dice 5) 11z Zach Newlin 6) 67 Ken Duke Jr. 7) 3D Dave Grube 8) 20 Stephanie Dodson 9) 41z Jared Zionkowski 10)
18 Ian Detweiler 11) 77 Andrew Hake 12) 92 Alex Potosky 13) 8 Nick Sweigart 14) 93 Stephen Kothe 15) 2 Erin Statler 16) 69K Kassidy Kreitz 17) 9c Darren Miller 18) 86 Garry
Bryson 19) 83 Billy Ney

DNS: 669 Brandon McGough, 36 Jaremi Hanson

Lap Leaders: 5T Reeser ( 1 - 20 )
Heat Winners: 5T Reeser, 11z Newlin, 67 Duke


Ritchey Brings Family Name Back To Port VL
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by: Admin - 6/12/2017
Polesitter Cale Reigle would lead the first seven laps of the 18-lap 305-sprint car main before Drew Ritchey would take over.

After starting eighth in the field, Ritchey was taking no prisoners in the non-stop affair, cruising as high around the speedway as he could possibly get while flirting with disaster aboard his No. 880.

On more than one occasion Ritchey slammed the outside walls and even rode the first turn rail at one point but kept going to get the win, sometimes passing two cars at a time to advance through the field.

Ritchey took the win in exciting style and was greeted by his veteran grandfather, Junior Ritchey in victory lane for a special family victory lane celebration.

Reigle ended up 1.861 seconds behind at the finish with Scott Ellerman in third followed by Tyler Reeser and Roger Irvine.

Sixth through 10th went to Ken Duke Jr., Dave Grube, Zach Newlin, Kyle Ganoe and Kassidy Kreitz.

Heats went to Jaremi Hanson, Ganoe and Reeser with Nate Gramley taking the consolation race.

305 sprints, 18 laps: 1. Drew Ritchey, 2. Cale Reigle, 3. Scott Ellerman, 4. Tyler Reeser, 5. Roger Irvine, 6. Ken Duke Jr., 7. Dave Grube, 8. Zach Newlin, 9. Kyle Ganoe, 10. Kassidy Kreitz, 11. Jeff Miller, 12. Nathan Gramley, 13. Austin Bishop, 14. Jaremi Hanson, 15. Reed Thompson, 16. Tom Worrick, 17. Stephanie Dodson, 18. Colt Lepley, 19. Fred Arnold, 20. Brian Sweitzer, 21. Tim Smolenyak, 22. Erin Statler, 23. John Walp, 24. Ron Aurand

DNQ: Mike Alleman, Jimmy White, Samantha Lieberman, Josh Dressler


CALE REIGLE COLLECTS IMCA/PASS SPRINT WIN
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by: Track web site - 6/12/2017
In only his second visit in two years, Cale Reigle of Newport, Pa. scored his second win in as many tries in the IMCA/Pass sprint Auto barn 20-lap feature. Defending limited late model champ Andrew Yoder of Middleburg, Pa., went flag to flag to win the C&E Containers, Freyco Racing 25-lap feature. Other winners include Tommy Dawson of Wapwallopen, Pa. getting his first ever feature win in the 15-lap Pro-Stock feature sponsored by T&C Transport Inc. Kyle Workman of Lock Haven, Pa. was the winner of the FWD four-cylinder Glenn Hawbaker sponsored 12-lap feature, with Alec Quiggle winning his second 600-micro sprint feature in the 15-lap event.

Cale Reigle got the jump from his front row starting spot and never looked back in the IMCA/Pass sprint car feature, in an event that was slowed by only two caution flags. On both restarts Cale was able to pull away from first time visitor Kyle Smith from South Egremont, Mass. Who is getting help from John Matrafailo who has logged many miles around the CCMS speedway. Unfortunately, the second caution was for a spin by Smith who lost the handle coming out of the fourth turn on lap13. On the next restart Cale was able to get away from Dale Schweikert, and drove away to his second career CCMS speedway win. “The track was beautiful tonight, this is the second time here in these cars, and we won the last time, we would like to race here more but it is tough getting off work on a Friday night and driving up from Harrisburg, to race here”, said Cale. “Crew chief Zach changed a tire from the heat to the feature, and he made the right call. “I love racing in this class and this is where I will end my driving career with this group”, noted Cale. Cale drove his J&J chassis with a C&G racing engine the hood of his #99 to the win over Kyle Ganoe who passed Dale Schweikert on lap 17 for the second spot but could not mount a challenge to Reigle. Schweikert held on for third with seventh starting Ken Duke coming on strong at the end for fourth, with Drew Ritchie in fifth. Heats for 18 sprints went to Reigle and Ritchie.

IMCA/PASS-1)99 CALE REIGLE 2)0 KYLE GANOE 3)78 DALE SCHWEIKERT 4)67 KEN DUKE 5)880 DREW RITCHIE 6) R-6 REED THOMPSON 7)78S DAKOTA SCHWEIKERT 8)07 JOSH DRESSLER 9019 TYLOR COCHRAN 10)17 KYLE SMITH 11)7 JIM KENNEDY 12)26 RYAN LYNN 13)72 DAVE GUSS JR 14)53 JIMMY WHITE 15)3G JOSH GUIHER 16)33 SCOTT LUTZ 17)5 JOHN WALP DNS 3J DAVE THORTON
LIMITED LATE MODEL 1)2 ANDREW YODER 2)68 KEVIN PROBST 3)11T JR TONER 4)5 JEREMY OHL 5) JOHN MYERS 6)57 MIKE SMITH 7)67 DENNY FOURNEY 8) SRI JAMIN CHAPMAN 9)3 TIM LUBEN 10)57T GARY MELLOTT 11)08 BILL GEARHART

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