Shady Bowl Speedway hosted a full program of stock car racing Saturday with five divisions competing.
(Pictures courtesy of Peggy Isaacs)
Greg Stapleton (pictured left) of Troy won his first modified feature of the season.
Shane Shirk placed second, Brad Williams took third, Jim Lewis Jr. grabbed fourth, and Bill Burba finished fifth.
Bob Sibila Jr. (pictured right) of Massillon took the checkered flag in the Late Models feature. The win marked his first Late Model feature headliner of the season.
Shawn Stansell captured second, Jamie Hunt placed third, Jim Lewis Jr. took fourth, and Brad Coons came in fifth.
Chris Abbott (pictured left) heated up to win his first Street Stock main of the season.
Scott Sullenberger took second, Ricky Young placed third, Rodney Roush finished fourth, and Landon Sciaaca was fifth.
Matt Stone (pictured right) of Pleasant Hill came out on top of the Tuner feature to mark his first win of the season.
Jim Massengill was second, Kelsey Flynn captured third, Chad Small placed fourth, and Kevin Flynn rounded out the top five.
Matt Jackson (pictured left) took home first in the Hangar 18 Race Cars compact feature.
Dylan Troyer was second in the race and Jim Massengill placed third.
The raceway will be busy again this Saturday with all regular events. It will also be featuring Dayton Auto Racing Club Night with all DARF members admitted free of charge to the grandstand area. Racing will start at 7.