Dillan Stake of Three Springs Pa., drove to an impressive victory Friday night August 18th in the 25-laps Mason Dixon series limited late model feature.  AY Schilling of Linden, Pa. scored his second TC Transport Inc. Pro-Stock 15 lap feature win, while Kolton Wagner of Lewistown, Pa. double up in the Glenn Hawbaker Inc. FWD four-cylinders features, with Stone Keller of Bloomsburg, scoring the 15-lap 270 Micro-sprint feature win.
JR Toner who scored the Mason-Dixon series win back in June led the first two laps of the feature and looked to be heading to a repeat performance of that win, when suddenly coming off the fourth turn JR’s car took a shape right hand turn and ended up in a grass field yards from the speedway.  On the restart, Dillan Stake drove his #D-19 to the front, holding off many attempts to get the lead by Robbie Black.  At the Halfway point Ralph Morgan Jr. drove past Black for second with an outside pass on lap 12.  Morgan hounded Stake the rest of the way, but could not get past for the lead and settled for second.  The race had many cautions during the event, with six in the first four laps, after that things settled down with the racing hot and heavy all around the speedway.  The last Caution flew with two laps to go, but again on the restart Stake was up to the challenge and held on for the win.  “We were really good tonight; the skid plate went up into the rack and I was having trouble steering” noted Dillan.  “From the way, the night started till now I could not have asked for a better night”, stated Stake.  “I say that someone was on my outside late in the race twice, but I was not getting off the bottom of the track, there was more moisture there for me to run”, said Stake.  Series point leader Ralph Morgan of Mt. Union, Pa. came from his twelve-starting spot to second on lap twelve, but could not make that one extra pass to get the win.  “We had a good car tonight, and I believe we gave on away tonight”, said Morgan.  Third place finisher Devin Hart of Mifflintown, Pa. came from 15th starting spot to collect third, making the pass on lap 17 for that spot.  “There is a bunch of good racing in this series, have to thank Dillan Stake and Barron racing engines, because we lost and engine a couple of weeks ago and if it would not be for them, we would not be here tonight”, said Devin.  Andrew Yoder of Middleburg, Pa. drove a steady race for a fourth-place finish, with Eric Irvin of Petersburg, Pa. fifth.  Rounding out the top ten were Devin Frey of Myerstown, Pa. Jim Yoder, of Selinsgrove, Pa. Mike Smith of Renovo, Pa. John Myers of Lock Haven, Pa. and Joe Lusk, of Jersey Shore, Pa. Heats for the 27-car field went to Smith Yoder and Taylor Farling of Newville, Pa.
In the 15-lap nonstop pro-stock feature AY Schilling drove away to his second feature win of the season, from his pole position. Schilling drove away to over a three second win over Tommy Dawson, of Wapwallopen, Pa. with Kevin Vanamburg of Lock Haven, Pa. third, followed by Al Rishel, Jersey Shore, Pa. and Chris Sndyer, of New Columbia, Pa.  The lone heat race went to Schilling.
Kolton Wagner of Lewistown, Pa. drove to double feature wins in the FWD four-cylinders.  In the first feature, a make-up from July 28th Kolton got the lead on the first lap from his fifth starting position and drove to his second win of the season in the 12-lap event.  Kyle Workman gave chase and settled for a second-place finish with Sam Creveling third, Jared Rudy and Ryan Miller in the top five.  In the nightcap, the feature was contested over 18-laps with Cody Stover grabbing the early lead over Tim Raup.  Raup took over the top spot on lap eight with as many as six drivers racing for the top spot. Kyle Workman was the third leader of the race taking the lead on lap ten.  Wagner from his 7th starting spot and Workman raced side by side for the next eight laps before Wagner edge out Workman off the fourth turn of the final lap for his third win in a row.  Workman again was second with Creveling third, Lee Zook fourth and Tyler Benner fifth.
From his pole starting spot Stone Keller led all 15-laps of 270-micro-sprint feature, which had first Mason Peters and then Troy Whitesel challenging him for the top spot.  While running second Troy came to a stop at the top of the fourth turn, giving second spot back to Mason Peters.  On the restart with two-laps to go, Keller was able to keep the top spot and drove to his first win of the season at CCMS with Peters second followed by Skeetz Hockenbrock, Jeff Weaver and Denny Rinehimer.  Heats went to Whitesel and Keller.
Mason-Dixon Limited late models 1(D-19 Dillan Stake 2(44 Ralph Morgan Jr. 3(33k Devin Hart 4(2 Andrew Yoder 5(87 Eric Irvin 6(62 Devin Frey 7(42 Jim Yoder 8(57 Mike Smith 9(20 John Myers 10(20L Joe Lusk 11(3 Tim Luben 12(57T Gary Mellott 13(18L Nick Loffredo 14(74 Derrick Quade 15(01 Robbie Black 16(48 Donnie Farling 17(07 Tim Krape 18(83 Matt Wilson 19(3L Rick Lias 20(8 Taylor Farling 21(11T JR Toner 22(68 Kevin Probst  DNS 5J Jeremy Ohl 67 Denny Fourney SR1 Jamin Chapman 19 Rance Garlock 16 Matt Cochran
Pro-Stocks 1(28 AY Schilling 2(16 Tommy Dawson 3(8 Kevin Vanamburg 4(14 Al Rishel 5(31 Chris Snyder 6(55 Butch Braim 7(747 Tom Dawson
FWD four-cylinder make-up feature 1(43 Kolton Wagner 2(2 Kyle Workman 3(11 Sam Creveling 4(79 Jared Rudy 5(13 Ryan Miller 6(219 Tim Raup 7(31 Roy Orndorf 8(19 Adam Campbell 9(1 Tim Campbell DNS 15 Kennedy Courter
FWD four-cylinder 1(43 Kolton Wagner 2(2 Kyle Workman 3(11 Sam Creveling 4(66 Lee Zook 5(11 Tyler Benner 6(92 Adam Bailor 7(13 Ryan Miller 8(4 Cody Stover 9(219 Tim Raup 10(79 Jared Rudy 11(7M Scott Hamilton 12(1 Tim Campbell 13(31 Roy Orndorf  DNS 19 Adam Campbell