BUSTI, N.Y. — Pepsi brought over $14,000 in prizes for fans and Applebee Motorsports brought sponsorship money for the Street Stocks at Stateline Speedway. The Annual Fritz and Lynn Seamens Memorial for the Super Late Models and the Street Stock championship were the featured races.
Max Blair led the Seamens Memorial right from the start, never slowing except for caution periods. It was Blair's second Stateline win of the season.
The lion's share of the Street Stock feature purse went to Clymer’s Jason Covey, gaining his second win of the season after an exciting battle with Brandon Groters and Chris Withers. Groters, also from Clymer, settled for fourth after winning the second heat.
Rich Michael won the E-Mod feature after retaking the lead from Greg Johnson with only a lap and a half remaining after surrendering the lead to Johnson at a lap 13 restart.
Chad Ruhlman won the Crate Late Model feature after starting back in ninth place, Scott Gurdak wound up second
The Kosinski brothers, Mike and Ted, led the Sportsmen field at the end of their feature. Clymer’s Jim Kibbe won the first heat.
Kelly Frederes took the lead at the start of the Limited Late Model feature and led every lap on his way to his first Stateline win of the season. Corry’s Tyler Green was fourth.
For the night-capper Roger Hall won the Challenger feature after early leader Aaron Liberati suffered mechanical failure after leading the first four laps. Hall and Holden Heineman ran side by side most of the event.