The Mini Stocks started things off and Shaine Sixeas picked up right where he left off the week before. Sixeas took the lead right from the start with Jeremy Ott close behind. Unlike last week, Ott stayed right with Sixeas and took several looks to the inside, but could not pull off the pass. Near the half way mark Ott got sideways, losing several car lengths and also lost second place to Chris Anderson. Anderson and Ott caught back up to Sixeas and they appeared to have one last shot when Sixeas got slightly out of shape entering turn one on the final lap. Anderson turned down to the inside, but Ott was already headed that way and when those two made contact it gave Sixeas time to get away and claim his second win in a row. Anderson held off Ott as they finished second and third. Eric Seibert came home fourth and Kenny Hill in fifth. Anderson was the heat race winner.
Alex Boozel led from start-to-finish to earn his first win of the year in the Super Stock feature. Boozel led all twenty laps, but was under constant pressure from Bill Powell. Alex McGinnis reeled in the leaders and made it a three way scrap the final five laps. Lapped traffic gave Powell and McGinnis a few passing opportunities, but at the finish is was Boozel leading Powell and McGinnis. Fourth went to Austin Johnson and Curt Dunn finished fifth. The heat race was won by McGinnis.
Justin Williamson led all twenty laps of the 4-Cylinder Thunder Car feature to score the victory. Williamson was followed closely by Charlie Stallman and Kyle Martin until Martin's car rolled to a stop on lap thirteen. That was the only caution in the event and after the restart Williamson kept Stallman a car length behind. John Rasp finished third, ahead of Brandon Seibert and Tony Hampton. Rasp won the heat race.
Starting on the front row, Andy Fries jumped into the lead when the green flag dropped on the Late Model feature. Fries built up a large lead while Dave Dunkle lead a four-car bumper-to-bumper battle for second, followed by Brad Kling, Bob Dunn, and Wes Bonebrake. The biggest scare for Fries came when he caught the tail end of the field and Jake Moser spun out just a few car lengths ahead of him. Fries again stretched out his lead after the restart and was never challenged, even though his engine started to misfire over the final five laps. Kling worked past Dunkle to finish second. Bonebrake finished fourth and Tim Snare showed improvement, running closely behind Bonebrake to finish fifth. Dunkle and Fries scored heat race wins.
Heath Leonard led the first six laps of the Strictly Stock feature, but when they went back to green after the only caution on lap seven Leonard did not come up to speed right away and Glen Wilson took the lead. Wilson made no mistakes the remaining laps and kept Leonard a few car lengths behind to earn the victory. Robert Wellman was racing a car he had just purchased earlier that day and was able to hold off repeated attempted passes by Roy Denike in the last five laps to finish third. Adam Morgan was fifth. Denike was the heat winner.
Path Valley results 5/2
Mini Stock: 1.Shaine Sixeas (Mercersburg, PA), 2.Chris Anderson, 3.Jeremy Ott, 4.Eric Seibert, 5.Kenny Hill, 6.Dillon Wilson, 7.Kurt Knepper, 8.Shaun Linn
Lap Leaders: Shaine Sixeas (1-20)
Heat: Chris Anderson
Super Stock: 1.Alex Boozel (Newton Hamilton, PA), 2.Bill Powell, 3.Alex McGinnis, 4.Austin Johnson, 5.Curt Dunn, 6.Troy Eckenrode, 7.Joey Burdge
Lap Leaders: Alex Boozel (1-20)
Heat: Alex McGinnis
4-Cylinder Thunder Car: 1.Justin Williamson (Orbisonia, PA), 2.Charles Stallman, 3.John Rasp, 4.Brandon Seibert, 5.Tony Hampton, 6.Kyle Martin
Lap Leaders: Justin Williamson (1-20)
Heat: Charles Stallman
Late Model: 1.Andy Fries (Mercersburg, PA), 2.Brad Kling, 3.Dave Dunkle, 4.Wes Bonebrake, 5.Tim Snare, 6.Troy Swindell, 7.Josh Berrier, 8.Devin Hart, 9.John Moser, 10.Bob Dunn, 11.Jake Moser
Lap Leaders: Andy Fries (1-25)
Heats: Dave Dunkle, Andy Fries
Strictly Stock: 1.Glen Wilson (Greencastle, PA), 2.Heath Leonard, 3.Robert Wellman, 4.Roy Denike, 5.Adam Morgan, 6.Barry Snyder
Lap Leaders: Heath Leonard (1-6), Glen Wilson (7-20)
Heat: Roy Denike