Waterford - Shawn Monahan captured the checkered flag during a hotly contested SK-Modified 35-lap feature on Saturday night at the Waterford Speedbowl.
The Waterford resident held off Ledyard's Tyler Chadwick and reigning track champion Keith Rocco, while Monahan's brother Diego finished fourth.
In other races, Salem's Corey Hutchings won the 25-lap Street Stock feature, Oakdale's Wayne Burroughs picked up the first win of his career in the 25-lap Mini Stock division, Corey Barry won the SK Light Modified race for the second straight week, Dana Dimatteo won the Legends Cars feature and Waterford's Chris Garside won the X-Car division.
Shawn Monahan started from the pole and held the lead through six caution flags over the first half of the race. Rocco eventually caught and passed Monahan following a restart on lap 27, but Monahan took the lead back a lap later and held on for the trip to Victory Lane.
Rocco's third-place finish moved him to the front of the overall point standings as leaders Rob Janovic Jr. of Waterford and Jeff Pearl of Salem fell victim to accidents.
Hutchings, meanwhile, benefitted from a mid-race caution flag on lap-12 of the Street Stock feature to line up behind leaders Joe Arena and Chris Meyer of North Franklin. Following the restart, Hutchings got to Meyer's inside to take second, then snuck inside of Arena on lap-17.
Hutchings had to hold back Arena and Meyer briefly before taking his third win of the season. Meyer and Arena finished second and third, respectively.
Burroughs never trailed in the Mini Stock feature, although he did have to hold off Mark Panaroni over the final eight laps to earn his first win. Ian Brew finished third.