After two consecutive rainouts, Shady Bowl Speedway opened the 2013 season Saturday night.
Greg Stapleton of Troy (pictured left) won a pair of races, capturing the late model and modified features.
In the late models, Nathan Herron was second, Sam Heckman placed third, Brandon Bayse was fourth, and Matthew Parsons finished fifth.
In the modifieds, Bill Burba followed Stapleton. Chad Poole was third, Buck Purtee placed fourth, and Rob Yelton rounded out the top five.
Gary Eaton Jr. of West Liberty (pictured right) took home the checkered flag in the tuner main.
Terry Eaton followed, Holli Eaton was third, Dylan Troyer came in fourth, and Chad Small II was fifth.
Rodney Roush of Troy (pictured left) won the street stock feature.
Joe Hensel, Andy Heath, Dillon Snapp, and Richard Roush rounded out the top five.
Dave Sage of Piqua (pictured right) captured the Pro-4 feature.
David Gerstner was second, Chevy Goodson finished third, Rodney Schrack was fourth, and Matt Thompson placed fifth.
Chris Prater of Springfield (pictured left) won the compact feature.
Nicholas Meed, Austin Eaton, and Colt Scherer rounded out the top four.
The oval in rural DeGraff will host the second annual "Bill Lewis Memorial" for modifieds Saturday night. Late models, street stocks, tuners, compacts, and dwarf cars will complete the field. Racing begins at seven p.m.