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Yoder Builds on Career Win Total with Victory

Mill Hall, PA – Andrew Yoder of Selinsgrove is the leading all-time Limited Late Model Feature winner at the Clinton County Speedway. On Friday night, Yoder added another victory to his win total giving him 20 career wins at the 3/8th mile oval. Brandon Moser of Millerstown won the Pro Stocks, Timmy Bitter of Beech Creek won the 270 Micro Sprints and Hunter Flook of Avis won the four-cylinder main event.

Kevin Probst of Renovo held the pole position for the start of the 25 lap Limited Late Model Feature event with Lock Haven’s Denny Fourney on the outside. Probst led the field with third place starter Jim Yoder taking the runner up position. On lap number three, Yoder drifted high coming out of turn number two allowing several cars to get by including Andrew Yoder and J.R. Toner of Bellefonte. The caution waved on lap number seven for Mill Hall’s Tim Luben.

Probst restarted the race with Yoder, Toner, Matt Cochran of Williamsport and Jim Yoder in the top five. Another caution occurred on lap number 13 for Kaiden Bard. Probst again executed a flawless restart keeping Yoder in the runner up position. As Matt Cochran moved into third, Jim Yoder was fourth and Jeremey Ohl moved into fifth.

The top two were in a heated battle for the lead. Yoder kept trying to utilize the high side of the speedway to make a pass on several occasions but wasn’t successful until lap number 16. Yoder made the pass as the two exited the second turn. However, Probst battled back and to regain the lead on the very next lap and appeared to have the dominate car of the night.
Probst appeared to be on his way to claiming his first career victory, until lap number 20. As Probst and Yoder raced into turns one and two, Tim Luben spun in front of the leaders, collecting Probst who had nowhere to go. Yoder inherited the lead with five laps remaining leading Matt Cochran, Jim Yoder, Jeremy Ohl, and Denny Fourney. The top five remained the same until the checkered flag, while Nick Loffredo, Kaiden Bard, Maddox Smith, Tim Luben and Len Stroud Sr. completing the top ten. Heat races were won by Andrew Yoder and Cochran.

Robert Tressler of Lock Haven and Noah Jensen of Wapwallopen led the field to the green flag of the Pro Stock feature. Jensen took the early lead while Brandon Moser ran in second followed by Tressler, AJ Stroup and Tommy Dawson. Moser made a pass for the lead on lap number five. Jensen maintained his position in second while Tommy Dawson and Tressler battled for third and fourth. Moser continued to lead every lap until the finish. Jensen finished second. With Robert Tressler finishing in third, Tommy Dawson in fourth and Corey Long finishing fifth. Sixth through tenth were John Bouse, Kris Orwig Jr, Gary Mellott, Logan Hile, and Mike Wright. Heat races were won by Stroup and Mellott.

Jeffrey Weaver of Lock Haven and Timmy Bittner of Beech Creek started on the front of the 270 Micro Sprint Main Event. Weaver took the early lead with Bittner, Zachary Glass, Mac Wert and Levi Brungard giving chase. Eleventh place starter Cody Seigel was on the move and entered the top five by the completion of the fifth circuit.

Bittner made a pass for the lead on lap number seven. Two laps later Weaver’s car came to a stop on the front stretch. Following the restart, Bittner led Seigel, Glass, Wert and Brayden Spencer. The red flag came out on lap number thirteen when Cory Stabley rolled into car onto its side. The final restart, Bittner was able to hold off the challenges of Siegel for his first win of the season. Glass finished third, Spencer was fourth and Wert completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Tom Quiggle, Shaun Musser, Michael Petock, Mitchell Holden and Evan Dickey. Heat races were won by Weaver, Bittner and Glass

Dylan Craft took the lead for the opening laps of the four cylinder feature event. By lap number four, Justin Williams advanced to the front spot. At the races midway point, Hunter Flook of Avis, who started eighth, took the lead from Williams. Flook and Williams battled the front as they worked their way through lapped traffic. A lap nine caution slowed the field and provide Williams an opportunity to try to make a pass on the restart. Flook however, won the race into turns one and two, with Williams, Bentley Williams, Andrew Ricketts and Chris Small running in the top five. Flook held off all the challenges from Williams to secure his first career win at the speedway. Justin Williams finished second, Bentley Williams was third, Chris Small was fourth and Zach Kline completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Andrew Rickets, Donald Wynn, Chloe Smith, Joey Snook and Shawn Williams. Heat races were won by Dylan Craft, Justin Williams and Bentley Williams.

The Clinton County Speedway returns this Friday night with a five division show, featuring the RaceSaver Sprint Cars plus the Pro Stocks, 270 Micro Sprints, 600 Micro Sprints and the Four Cylinders. Gates open at 5PM and racing begins at 7PM. For the latest information about upcoming events, visit the speedway’s website or follow the speedway on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Limited Late Models: 1. Andrew Yoder 2. Matt Cochran 3. Jim Yoder 4. Jeremy Ohl 5. Denny Fourney 6. Nick Loffredo 7. Kaiden Bard 8. Maddox Smith 9. Tim Luben 10. Len Stroud Sr. 11. Kevin Probst 12. JR Stone 13. Kyle Strouse DNS Joshua Thompson.

Pro Stocks: 1. Brandon Moser 2. Noah Jensen 3. Robert Tressler 4. Tommy Dawson 5. Cory Long 6. Johnny Bouse 7. Kris Orwig Sr. 8. Gary Mellott 9. Logan Hile 10. Mike Wright 11. AY Schilling 12. Todd Geyer 13. Rich Fye 14. AJ Stroup 15. Noah Kissinger 16. Ray Rothfuss.

270 Micro Sprints: 1. Timmy Bittner 2. Cody Siegel 3. Zachary Glass 4. Brayden Spenser 5. Mac Wert 6. Tom Quiggle 7. Shaun Musser 8. Michael Petock 9. Mitchell Holden 10. Evan Dickey 11. Levi Brungard 12. Lee Dougherty 13. Cory Stabley 14. Luke Hess 15. Jeffrey Weaver 16. Tyler Clowes 17. Matt Dixson 18. Trevor Fernburg 19. Mathew Dixson 20 Logan Hammaker DNS Hunter Zimmerman, Larry Dickey.

Four Cylinders: 1. Hunter Flook, 2. Justin Williams, 3. Bentley Williams Sr. 4. Chris Small 5. Zach Kline 6. Andrew Ricketts 7. Donald Wynn 8. Chloe Smith 9. Joey Snook 10. Shawn Williams 11. Adam Harris 12. Brian Haagen 13. Bryan Hackenberg 14. Tim Muthler 15. Coty Maines 16. Paul Young 17. Brooke Potter 18. Blake Snyder 19. Dillan Craft 20. Robert Dorman 21. Zack Rill 22. Cody Beaver 23. Britnee Potter DNS: Tim Teneyck, Scott Englert, Terry Karichner.

Memorable Night for Tylor Cochran at Clinton County Speedway

Mill Hall, PA – The Clinton County Speedway opened the 2022 race season on Friday night at the 3/8th mile oval. Tylor Cochran of Williamsport claimed the opening RaceSaver Sprint Car feature event, securing his second career victory at the speedway.

While excited for the victory, the memorable moment came when Cochran got down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend, Emily and she said “yes.”

The night produced great racing in front of a large crowd. Other winners included Brandon Moser of Millerstown in the Pro Stocks, Jeffrey Weaver of Lock Haven in the 270 Micro Sprints, Johnny Smith of Scranton in the 600 Micro Sprints and Dylan Craft of Muncy Valley in the Four Cylinder division.

Matt Tebbs of Cogan Station and Dakota Schweikart led the field of 22 RaceSaver Sprint cars to the green flag. Schweikart led the first lap with defending track champion Garrett Bard of Wells Tannery running second followed by Tebbs, Dale Schweikart and Tylor Cochran. The leaders began to encounter lapped traffic by the completion of lap number six. While in lapped traffic, Bard was able to challenge Schweikart, but couldn’t make the pass for the lead. Once past the lapped cars and in clean air, Schweikart was able to but four cars-lengths between him and Bard. On lap number eleven, Mariah Romig and Levi Brungard tangled coming out of turn number two. Brungard’s car rolled onto its side bringing out the red flag.

Following the restart, Schweikart continued to lead with Bard, Cochran, Tebbs and Josh Beamer in the top five. On lap number 19, Bard made a pass for the lead as the top two entered turn one. Schweikart battled back and the two cars touched, causing Schweikart to do a 360 in front of the field. Schweikart was able to keep going but lost several positions as a result. As Bard headed down the back straight, he pulled to the inside of turn three to bring out the caution, due to his steering breaking from the contact with Schweikart.

Cochran inherited the lead with six laps remaining as Tebbs, Beamer, Jeffrey Weaver and Scott Lutz were now running in the top five. The event’s final caution occurred on lap number 22, when Wyatt Walizer slowed, Cochran brought the field back to green for the final laps and held off Tebbs, Beamer Weaver and Lutz. Sixth through tenth were Dakota Schweikart, Ryan Kissinger, Austin Greenland, Corey Brungard and Dale Schweikart. Heat races were won by Tebbs, Bard and Dale Schweikart. “The track was great tonight,” said Cochran. “We ran a used tire with four or five races on it and were still able to park it in victory lane. Schweikart and Bard were definitely the fastest cars here tonight, but we are thankful for the win.”

Cochran made the victory even more memorable, as he then approached his girlfriend, dropped down to one knee and proposed with an eruption of cheers from the large crowd of fans as she said yes!

Lock Haven’s Jeffrey Weaver started on the pole position for the 270 Micro Sprint Feature. Weaver took command of the field and led every lap of the 15-lap feature. Cody Siegel of Berwick started on the outside of the front row and tried on several occasions to challenge Weaver. A series of cautions occurred in the opening laps and the red flag came out on one of the restarts, as Steven Fernburg Jr. rolled his car over in turn number four. On a lap five restart, Weaver led Siegel, Shawn McAndrew, Brayden Spencer and Timmy Bittner. McAndrew’s car seemed fast all evening but had mechanical issues on lap number eleven while contending in the third position. Timmy Bittner moved into the third spot with Shaun Musser and Levi Brungard in the top five. Weaver held off Siegel for the win, Bittner finished third, Brungard took the fourth spot and Musser finished in the top five. Sixth through tenth were Mitchell Holden, Lucas Hess, Doug Reinard, Mac Wert, and Evan Dickey. Heat races were won by Spencer, Seigel, and Hess.

Noah Jensen of Nescopeck and Brandon Moser brought the field of Pro Stocks to the green flag. Moser jumped into the lead, with third place starter Cory Long running in second. By lap number four, Gary Mellot moved into the runner up position, Jensen was a close third, Long and Robert Tressler were also in contention. By lap number ten, Tressler took the runner up position from Mellott, who two laps later came to a stop on the front stretch to bring out the caution. For the restart, Moser had Tressler, Jensen, AY Schilling and John Bouse on his back bumper. Moser held off the challenges and cruised to this first win of the season. Sixth through tenth were Noah Kissinger, Tommy Dawson, Corey Long, Rich Fye, and Jason Butler. Heat races were won by Moser and AY Schilling.

Johnny Smith of Scranton started on the pole position for the 600 Micro Sprint feature event. Smith led the first several laps with Mason Peters running in second. Trevor Teats took the runner up position from Peters by the completion of lap number four. The event’s first caution came out when Peters and Weaver both slowed on the speedway while running in the top five. For the restart, Smith maintained the lead, while Cody Hauck took second from Teats, while Sierra Hauck and Nick Wood ran in the top five. Timmy Bittner moved into the top five on lap number 14. Sierra Hauck made a last lap pass to secure the third spot. Smith claimed the win, Cody Hauck was second, Sierra Hauck was third, Teats finished fourth and Bittner was fifth. Six through ten were: Mike Swisher, Nick Wood, Mitchell Holden, Peters, and Weaver. Heat races were won by Weaver and Peters.
A full field of Four Cylinders were started with Cody Maines and Dylan Craft on the front row. Third place starter Shawn Wise lea the first lap. On lap number two, several cars were involved in a front stretch incident. Wise was passed by Craft on lap number four while Blake Snyder, Joey Snook and Andrew Ricketts rounded out the top five. Snyder moved into second on lap number eight. Two laps later Wise took his car back into the pit area. With two laps remaining Craft’s lead was diminishing as Snyder, Snook, Scott Englert and Ricketts were working their way through lapped traffic. When the checkered flag waved, Craft was the victor over Snyder, Snook, Ricketts and Englert. Sixth through tenth were Keith Haagen, Coty Maines, Dillan Hoover, Brett Shirk and Michael Barret. Heat races were won by Snook, Tyler Stahl, Chloe Smith, and Larry Beachel, Jr. The B-Main was won by Keith Haagen.

The Clinton County Speedway returns this Friday night with a four division show, featuring the Limited Late Models plus the Pro Stocks, 270 Micro Sprints, and the Four Cylinders. Gates open at 5PMand racing begins at 7PM. For the latest information about upcoming events, visit the speedway’s website or follow the speedway on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram..

RaceSaver Sprint Cars: 1. Tylor Cochran 2. Matt Tebbs 3. Josh Beamer4. Jeffrey Weaver 5. Scott Lutz 6. Dakota Schweikart 7 Ryan Kissinger 8. Austin Greenland 9. Corey Brungard 10. Dale Schweikart 11. Dustin Prettyleaf 12. Dave Guss Jr. 13. Wyatt Walizer 14. Kyle Knopp 15. Garret Bard 16. Timmy Bittner 17. Jarrett Cavalet 18. Erick Knopp 19. Mariah Romig 20. Levi Brungard 21. Johnny Smith 22. Eric Mathiot

Pro Stocks: 1. Brandon Moser 2. Robert Tressler 3. Noah Jensen 4. AY Schilling 5. Johnny Bouse 6. Noah Kissinger 7. Tommy Dawson 8.Cory Long 9. Rich Fye 10. Jason Butler 11. Mike Wright 12. Gary Mellott 13. Logan Hile 14. Todd Geyer DNS Marc Bitler, Kris Orwig Sr.

270 Micro Sprints: 1. Jeffrey Weaver 2. Cody Siegel 3. Timmy Bittner 4. Levi Brungard 5. Shaun Musser 6. Mitchell Holden 7. Luke Hess 8.Doug Reinard 9. Mac Wert 10. Evan Dickey 11.Cory Stabley 12. Lee Daugherty 13. Mathew Dixson 14. Sean McAndrew 15. Brayden Spencer 16. Steve Fernburg Jr. 17. Tom Quiggle 18. Hunter Zimmerman 19. Rich Damore DNS Logan Hammaker, Larry Dickey, Matt Dixon

600 Micro Sprints: 1. Johnny Smith, 2. Cody Hauck 3. Sierra Hauck4. Trevor Teats 5. Timmy Bittner 6. Mike Swisher 7. Nick Wood 8. Mitchell Holden 9. Mason Peters 10. Jeffrey Weaver 11. JT Ferry DNS Josh Beamer

Four Cylinders: 1. Dylan Craft 2. Blake Snyder 3. Joey Snook 4.Andrew Rickets 5. Scott Englert 6. Keith Haagen 7. Coty Maines 8. Dillan Hoover9. Brett Shirk 10. Michael Barret 11. Bryon Hackenberg 12. Brian Haagen 13.Jacob Rodola 14. Larry Beachel Jr. 15. Shawn Wise 16. Zack Kline 17. Paul Long18. Tyler Stahl 19. Chloe Smith 20. Aden Harris 21. Donald Wynn 22. Anthony Potter23. Kylie Mitch DNS Chelsea Harris, Robert Dorman, Cody Reamer, Hunter Flook, Summer Beachel, Tim Teneyck, Hannah Johnson, Brook Potter, John Bower.

Clinton County Speedway Season Opener Slated for This Weekend

For Immediate Release
April 10, 2022

Mill Hall, PA – The Clinton County Speedway is gearing up to open is 34th season of weekly auto racing this coming Friday, April 15th.
The RaceSaver Sprint Cars will be the featured event for the evening. Several veteran drivers and a crop of rookies are expected to make the 3/8th mile oval their Friday Night speedway. The IMCA RaceSaver sprint car events will be sanctioned by the Laurel Highlands RaceSaver Sprint Series, however several drivers from the PA Sprint Series and the Allegheny Sprint Series plan to attend.
Two-time Clinton County Speedway track champion, Garett Bard from Wells Tannery, PA plans to return to defend his title. Other drivers who plan to be in attendance are Jonestown’s Scott Lutz, Williamsport’s Tylor Cochran, Picture Rock’s Josh Beamer, Ken Duke of Winfield, Dale and Dakota Schweikart from Linden, Jeffrey Weaver from Lock Haven, Hollidaysburg’s Ryan Lynn and 2021 Rookie of the Year, Dustin Prettyleaf of Williamsport.
“This year, we are expected to have several rookie drivers moving up to the full size sprint cars,” says speedway promoter Jason McCahan. One of those drivers is Timmy Bitner from Beech Creek. Bitner has competed in both the 270 and 600 micro sprints on a weekly basis with great success. Last season, the high-school student announced he would be competing in all three divisions in 2022. Another high school student, Levi Brungard of Mill Hall is moving up from the 270 Micro Sprints into a full size sprint car. Brungard is a second generation driver to compete in a full size sprint at Clinton County.
Another second generation driver, Wyatt Walizer is expected to run a full season and be a competitive rookie. Brother’s Erick Knopp of Danville and Kyle Knopp of Muncy are also making the move up from the 600 Micro Sprints ranks.
In addition to the sprint cars, the Pro Stocks, 600 Micro Sprints, 270 Micro Sprints, and 4 Cylinders will be in competition as part of the five-division racing program. All divisions will draw for heat race position and there will be a re-draw for the feature. Gates will open at 5:00pm, with racing action getting underway at 7pm.
For the latest information about upcoming events, visit the speedway’s website or follow the speedway on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram..

River Valley Builders to Offer Hard Charger Awards at Clinton County Speedway

For Immediate Release
March 31, 2022

Mill Hall, PA. – Clinton County Speedway is proud to welcome River Valley Builders LLC as the official hard charger sponsor for the 2022 racing season. The $75 award will be given weekly to a driver who advances the most positions in the A-Main event for either the RaceSaver Sprint Cars or the Limited Late Models.

Clinton County Speedway is preparing for the season opener on Friday, April 15th when the RaceSaver Sprint Cars, sanctioned by the Laurel Highlands Sprint Cars will headline the show with the Pro Stocks, 270 Micro Sprints, 600 Micro Sprints and the 4 Cylinders.

“We are excited to welcome River Valley Builders as a sponsor this year,” says speedway promoter, Jason McCahan. “It is a great way to give back to the drivers with this weekly incentive.”

RVB is a modular home construction company offering custom designed homes to fit your family needs and your budget. It is growing its brand throughout much of the northeast, serving Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Customers can visit their model home center located in Selinsgrove, PA.

“Clinton County Speedway offers some of the best short track racing in the area and River Valley Builders is proud to offer the hard charger award,” says owner and president Dan Stimely. “We also encourage race fans to allow us the opportunity to custom design your dream home. We can build anything from a smaller ranch home to a larger two-story home. We strive to give our customers the utmost attention to all phases of the design and construction process.”

To learn more about River Valley Builders, browse floorplans or get started on your new home, visit, and like them on Facebook and Instagram.

For the complete schedule of events at the Clinton County Speedway, visit The speedway will host a practice session on Saturday, April 9th beginning at 1PM. In addition to the website, visit the speedway’s social media channels including Facebook, Instragram and Twitter.