It was a first for the Yoder family tree with winner Dylan, Andrew and Jim placing in the top three in the 25-lap C&E Containers, Freyco Racing, limited late model feature Friday night a CCMS speedway. Tyler Reeser of Orwigsburg, made it two wins in two appearances with the win in the 20-lap IMCA/PASS sprint car Auto Barn feature. While AY Schilling won for the third time in the T&C Transport 15-lap Pro-Stock feature, with Tim Raup getting his second win of the season in the Glenn Hawbaker FWD four-cylinder 12-lap feature. Jeff Weaver scored his fourth win of the season in the 15-lap Micro-sprint feature. CCMS will be off this Friday night September 1st, but will be in action on Friday night September 8th with a show of IMCA/PASS sprints, Pro-Stocks, 600 and 270 micro-sprints, and FWD four-cylinders.
Since the 2014 racing season the Yoder Nation has been racing against each other in a friendly family feud of sorts, but for the first time ever, all three placed in the top three positions in a feature event. Matt Cochran led the first lap of the feature before Dylan Yoder made an outside pass coming off the fourth turn for the lead on the second lap. From that point un until the 18th lap the race went non-stop with Dylan opening a big lead. After the restart Andrew Yoder moved into second and gave a brief challenge to the leader, at the same time Jim Yoder worked his way from is seventh starting spot into third. Dylan was able to pull away while Andrew and is uncle Jim battled for the second spot. A caution with one lap to go set the stage for a Yoder nation shoot out, but Dylan took control again and drove off for his first limited late model win of the season at CCMS. “It is fun racing at this track, and the car was set up perfect tonight for me to race it”. Said Dylan. “The three of us have raced against each other for a long time, and this is the first time that we all got in the top three spots, that was pretty cool”. Noted Dylan. Andrew Yoder, Jim Yoder where next followed by Matt Cochran and Mike Smith. Heat races went to Cochran and Smith
In the IMCA/PASS sprints Kyle Ganoe from his pole starting position jumped out to the early lead and was putting some distance between himself and second place running Dale Schwerkart. Kyle was building up a nice lead, with seventh starting Tyler Reeser making his moves thru the field, with the race going 17 green flag laps. Reeser just made the pass for the lead, when the first caution flew, dropping him back t second spot for the restart. Tyler who was getting a great run coming off the second turn, knew on the restart that Ganoe was going to try and take that grove away. “I knew he was going to stay low on the restart, but his car slid up just enough that I got underneath him and got back in front”. Noted Tyler. Reeser easily lead the final three laps for the win, and is now two for two in appearances at CCMS this year. “I knew some of those guys where washing up off the corners and I knew that I could drive under them, I passed a lot of cars there”. Stated Tyler. Ganoe hung on for second place with Kyle Smith Ken Duke and Dale Schweikart in the top five. Heat races went to Smith and Duke
In the 15-lap pro-stock feature Chris Snyder led the first three laps of the feature before Tommy Dawson made an outside pass fr the lead on the fourth lap. A lap later AY Schilling made the move into second place, and he and Dawson ran side by side for the four laps before Schilling made an insde pass for the lead, when Dawson slide a little high in the second turn. Schilling went on the score his third win of the season, with Dawson settling for second. Nate Stroup, Al Rishel and Kevin Vanamburg completed the top five. Heats went to Stroup and Rishel
In the FWD four-cylinder 12-lap feature Tim Raup led the whole way to score his second win of the season, holding off the charges of Sam Creveling for the win. Lee Zook made a late race charge to collect second place, with Creveling slipping to third. Tyler Benner finishes fourth with Tim Campbell in the top five, a pair of heat races went to Raup and Kyle Workman.
In the 270 micro-sprint 15-lap feature it was all Jeff Weaver who got the lead on the first lap and never looked back holding the lead all the way with Troy Whitesel giving chase the whole race. Weaver scored his fourth win of the season, and was able to extand his points lead with two-point sows left on the schedule. Whitesel held on for second with Mason Peters third followed by Bobby Sanso and Gary Keister. Heats went to Weaver and Whitesel.
Limited late models 1(GR1 Dylan Yoder 2(2 Andrew Yoder 3(42 Jim Yoder 4(16 Matt Cochran 5(57 Mike Smith 6(11T JR Toner 7(57T Gary Mellott 8(20 John Myers 9(3 Tim Luben 10(68 Kevin Probst 11(5J Jeremy Ohl 12(67 Denny Fourney 13(SR1 Jamin Chapman 14(83 Matt Wilson 15(08 Bill Gearhart
IMCA/PASS Sprints 1(5T Tyler Reeser 2(0 Kyle Ganoe 3(17 Kyle Smith 4(67 Ken Duke 5(78 Dale Schweikart 6(23 Nathan Gramley 7(6 Tyler Denochick 8(19 Tylor Cochran 9(R6 Reed Thompson 10(26 Ryan Lynn 11(72 Dave Guss Jr. 12(33 Scott Lutz 14(78S Dakota Schweikart DNS 7 Jim Kennedy
Pro-Stocks 1(28 AY Schilling 2(16 Tommy Dawson 3(26 Nate Stroup 4(14 Al Rishel 5(8*Kevin Vanamburg 6(55 Butch Braim 7(31 Chris Snyder 8(25 Rick Fye 9(747 Tom Dawson 10(8M Brandon Moser
FWD Four-Cylinders 1(219 Tim Raup 2(66 Lee Zook 3(11c Sam Creveling 4(11 Tyler Benner 5(2T Tim Campbell 6(06 Erick Knoop 7(4 Cody Stover 8(7M Scott Hamilton 9(13 Ryan Miller 10(2 Kyle Workman 11(92 Adam Bailor DNS 31 Roy Orndorf
270-Micro-Sprints 1(92 Jeff Weaver 2(17 Troy Whitesel 3(98 Mason Peters 4(20 Bobby Sanso 5(14 Gary Keister 6(519 Gene Beadle 7(3 Jim Welshans 8(7NN Nick Whitesel 9(52 Dan Wertman 10(51 Dan Tripoli 11(921 Harold Heskill 12(9 Jared Heil 13(38 Lance Spotts 14(21 Stone Keller DNS 22 Logan Hammaker 11z Jess Sanso 50 Jeff Gyurina