posted July 07, 2001 01:03 PM
BASH AND PARSON TAKE FIRST WINS OF '01 SATTERLEE AND SIGAFOES REPEAT AT DHS
For Immediate Release July 6, 2001
STRONGSTOWN, PA - Duane Bash of Clymer picked up his second career Hugill
Sanitation Limited Late Model feature of the season, while Jim Parson of
Bellwood won his first street stock feature while subbing for Scott Good.
Dave Satterlee of Rochester Mills earned his second #1 Cochran Late Model
feature while Bill Sigafoes of Blairsville won his second straight pure
Rick Strong and Dave Peterman led the late models to the green with Strong
taking the lead. Peterman was all over the rear of the s1 of Strong, trying
the inside and outside but never finding the right groove. As has happened
in the past, as caution slowed the race and allowed Dave Satterlee the
opportunity to move closer to the lead duo. On the restart, Satterlee began
to use his patented outside groove and took the lead on the 10th lap. Once
he was in control of the race he was free to take the win. The battle for
second between Strong and Peterman never let up, but late in the event Mike
Shoemaker started to battle for the spot too, the three swapped positions
with The end results showing Satterlee with the win, and Strong second.
Shoemaker, Peterman andJason Carnahan completed the top five. John Britsky
and Jerry Redden won the prelims.
The limited late model feature saw Doug Hardy and Dan Lee bring the field
to the green flag, with third place starter Heath Gaston leading the first
lap. Duane Bash worked his way to the front on lap two from his fourth place
starting spot and went on to win. His win was not easy as Jerry Timchak went
from 11th to second and he hounded the #01 much of the race, trying the
inside and outside but never finding the right groove. It was the first win
for Bash this season. Timchak, Hardy, Jerry Lower, and Shawn McGarvey
completed the top five. Heat wins went to McGarvey and Lower.
Stan Mayhew and Randy Campbell led the street stocks to the green as Mayhew
took the lead. He led for three laps before Jim Parson took the lead. Parson
then had to contend with a host of challengers including Jeff Enos, Shawn
Mogle, Ron Lute, Bill Lyons, Todd Weiner and Jim Boyer, to name a few. Often
three wide the front pack was doing everything in its power to get past
Parson, but he held tough and when the final checkered fell it was Parson
who went under it first. Lyons held on for second, ahead of Mogle, Lute and
Leroy Pershing. Heat wins were divided between Bill Lyons, Bill Pluta, Jr.
and Jim Parson.
The pure stock feature was exciting from the start. Matt Summers and Matt
Hugill led the field to the green flag with fourth place starter John Mazey
taking the lead. One lap later it was George Scanlin who took the lead with
Bill Sigafoes in hot pursuit. Scanlin led the way until lap eight when
Sigafoes began to pressure Scanlin and moving to the inside he took the lead
on lap nine, but Scanlin battled back and re-assumed the top spot on lap
ten. Once again, on the 11th lap Sigafoes took the lead and this time he
held Scanlin off to the checkered flag. The top five behind the side-by-side
finish were: Scanlin, Terry Nihart, Doug Reed and Josh Jacoby. Preliminary
wins went to Sigafoes, Scanlin and John Kuzemchak.
DOG TRACKS: There were 78 cars in the pits including: 19 late models, 16
limited late models, 22 street stock and 21 pure stocks.The mechanics race
was won by Jim Kirsch.The Mid-Atlantic Chamionship Series (MACS) will visit
Dog Hollow this week. The late model winner will take home $5,000.Coming up
on July 20 the return of the six cylinder/small block modifieds.This week,
joining the MACS Late Models is a regular show for the limited late models,
street stocks and pure stocks. Gates will open at 5 in the pits and 6 for
spectators with race time set for 7:30 p.m.We hope to see you this week as
the drivers really howl!
DOG HOLLOW SPEEDWAY SUMMARY FROM JULY 6, 2001
#1 COCHRAN LATE MODELS: 1. Dave Satterlee, Rochester Mills; 2. Rick Strong,
Indiana; 3. Mike Shoemaker, Hesston; 4. Dave Peterman, Home; 5. Jason
Carnahan, Indiana; 6. Rick Davis, Indiana; 7. Steve Everhart, Hollidaysburg;
8. John Britsky, Clymer; 9. Jerry Redden, Mahaffey; 10. Dave Lyon, Warren.
HUGILL SANITATION LIMITED LATE MODELS: 1. Duane Bash, Clymer; 2. Jerry
Timchak, Houtzdale; 3. Doug Hardy, Winchester, VA; 4. Jerry Lower,
Williamsburg; 5. Shawn McGarvey, Coalport; 6. Dan Lee, Windber; 7. Jason
Witherite, Luthersburg; 8. Bill Krause, Houtzdale; 9. Rich Evans, Revlock;
10. Tom Shaffer, Punsxy.
STREET STOCKS: 1. Jim Parson, Bellwood; 2. Bill Lyons, Shelocta; 3. Shawn
Mogle, Ernest; 4. Ron Lute, Loretto; 5. Leroy Pershing, Cookport; 6. Phil
Leddon, Blairsville; 7. Randy Campbell, Hollidaysburg; 8. Andy Mock, Barr
Slope; 9. Jim Laughard, Strongstown; 10. Jim Boyer, Indiana.
PURE STOCKS: 1. Bill Sigafoes, Blairsville; 2. George Scanlin, Ebensburg; 3.
Terry Nihart, Ebensburg; 4. Doug Reed, Cresson; 5. Josh Jacoby, Fernwood; 6.
Neil Berndt, Northern Cambria; 7. Scott Wagner, Irvona; 8. Charlie Boring,
Bolivar; 9. Brian Daughenbaugh, Mundy's Corner; 10. Dave McClellan, Bolivar.