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                                                     September 4, 1999


CLEARFIELD, PA- Dave Satterlee of Rochester Mills topped the Budweiser Late Model field to pick up the win in NAPA Challenge Series Round Three. With the win Satterlee will represent Hidden Valley at the Hub-City National Open in October. DuBois driver Sam Swauger picked up his first win of the season, as a substitute driver in the Keystone Computer Four Cylinders.

Repeat winners on Greenwood Lumber/Clark Maines Lumber Trophy night included: Mike Stine of Smithmill in the Sidís Subs Small Block Modifieds, Jerry Timchak of Houtzdale in the Weisgarber Auto Sales Street Stocks, and Gary Little of Bigler in the NAPA Pure Stocks.

George Fultz and Carl Billett led the 24 car field of late models down for the start, with Fultz taking the lead. Fultz had to contend with first, Jeff Henry, who followed Fultz into the first turn at the start. Jake Shady sat in third for a few laps, and then began pressuring Henry for the runner up spot, as Fultz led the field through lapped traffic.

Sixth place starter Dave Satterlee was working the high side of the track, and picking off his competitors one by one, and by the 20 lap he was sitting in third place. With 15 laps to go Satterlee continued to work the high groove, and the top three, Fultz, Shady, and Satterlee were racing under a blanket when Satterlee worked his way to second, and then, still on the outside, he took the lead from Fultz on lap 27 and went on to get the win. It was his 4th career Hidden Valley win, and his first of 1999. The top five were: Satterlee, Fultz, David Scott, Shady, and Glenn Ray. Qualifying events were won by George Fultz, Carl Billett, Jeff Henry, and Luke Hoffner, John Stine won the B-Main.

The small block modifieds put on an excellant show as well. Tom Cox beat Bob Garvey into the first turn at the start, and led the first two laps, then Ray McClure took the lead, and held off Spencer Husted until lap 9, when it was Husteds turn to lead. Husted and McClure ran door-to-door then on lap 12, McClure re-assumed the lead, but being the fighter he is, Husted fought back, and re-took the lead on lap 13, he held on through lap 16, and as lap 17 was being completed Mike Stine took the lead, with an inside turn four pass. Stine then went on to get his 7th win of the season. The top five were: Stine, Husted, George Sankey, McClure, and Garvey. Preliminary events went to Mike Stine and George Sankey.

Jerry Timchak beat Scott Winslow into turn one, and led the street stock feature the rest of the distance. His only challenge came from Trent Ogden. Ogden tried what he could to get by the #44, but did not have enough power. the top five include: Timchak, Ogden, Emroy Rinehart, Jr., Sam Swauger, and Pat Carfley. The heats were won by Trent Ogden and Emory Rinehart.

Sam Swauger was subbing for the absent Josh Jacoby in the four cylinder division, and took the lead at the start, and held off a host of drivers trying to take the position. Cecilia Olson tired first, then Dan Smeal moved into the second spot. Smeal tried every trick he knew, but he simply could not get past the # 88. It was Swaugers first win of the season. The top five, were: Swauger, Smeal, Joel Porter, JR Toner, and Chris Farrell. Cecilia Oolson, Chris Luzier, and Sam Swauger won the heats.

Gary Little led the pure stock feature all the way, holding off first Bob Bowery, then his Dad, Frank. and Kevin Clark. The official top five were: Gary Little, Frank Little, Kevin Clark, Shawn Lamoreau, and Jason Bainey. Heat race winners were: Kevin Clark and Warren Casher.

HVS PIT NOTES: 103 cars filled the pits, including: 32 late models, 13 small block modifieds, 18 street stocks, 26 four cylinders, and 14 pure stocks....Carl Billett won the Budweiser King of the Hill over Glenn Ray....This week is the final point night, double points in all five divisions, gates open at 5 racing at 7 Sharp!...September 18 & 19 HVS will present the Claude Dean Luzier Memorial race, honoring the owners late dad. The two day event will pay $5000 to win the late model feature.


Official Results

September 4, 1999



1. Dave Satterlee, Rochester Mills; 2. George Fultz, Beech Creek; 3. David Scott, Garland; 4. Jake Shady, Beech Creek; 5. Glenn Ray, Tyrone; 6. Carl Billett, York Haven; 7. Bobby Stokes, Milton; 8. Jeff Henry, California, MD; 9. Tom Eriksen, Hesston; 10. Jim Yoder, Selinsgrove; 11. Yvette Hahn, Alum Bank; 12. Duane Stiner, Houtzdale; 13. Rusty Whitmore, Franklin; 14. John Stine, Williamsport; 15. Rob Nichols, Winchester, VA; 16. Ed Conner, DuBois; 17. Dave Matthews, Williamsport; 18. Tom Decker, Jr., Bellwood; 19. Terry Neitz, Watsontown; 20. Scott Barrett, Montoursville; 21. Steve Campbell, Sunbury; 22. Kevin Lindemuth, Hazen; 23. Luke Hoffner, Turbotville; 24. Craig Lindsey, Beech Creek.


DNQ: Doug Ishler; Dean Colbert; Bill Davis; Kevin Zimmerman; Eddy Laforme; Jamie Barber; Mark Carter; Wes Mathews



1. Mike Stine, Smithmill; 2. Spencer Husted, West Decatur; 3. George Sankey, Osceola Mills; 4. Ray McClure, Troy; 5. Bob Garvey, Allport; 6. Tom Cox, Bellwood; 7. Mike Butterworth, Osceola Mills; 8. Bobby Roos, Hyde; 9. Dean Rodkey, Osceola Mills; 10. Craig Casher, Mineral Springs




1. Jerry Timchak, Houtzdale; 2. Trent Ogden, Clearfield; 3. Emory Rinehart, Jr., Morrisdale; 4. Sam Swauger, DuBois; 5. Pat Carfley, Curwensville; 6. Todd Mathews, Sanborn; 7. Ray Billotte, Mineral Springs; 8. Cody Schultz, Hyde; 9. Gretchen Hamer, Port Matilda; 10. Doug Tibbens, Curwensville



1. Sam Swauger, DuBois; 2. Dan Smeal, Ramey; 3. Joel Porter, Clearfield; 4. JR Toner, Bellefont; 5. Chris Farrell, Clearfield; 6. Levi Ardery, West Decatur; 7. Randy Luzier, Hyde; 8. Dayton Nixon, Woodland; 9. Leo Bomboy, Howard; 10. Cecilia Olson, Clearfield



1. Gary Little, Woodland; 2. Frank Little, Woodland; 3. Kevin Clark, Grassflat; 4. Shawn Lamoreau, Grampian; 5. Jason Bainey, Philipsburg; 6. Bob Bowery, Clearfield; 7. Gary McElheny, Blandburg; 8. Ernie Maines, Morrisdale; 9. Warren Casher, Black Moshannon; 10. Joe London, Grampian.


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