Waterford - Doug Coby, taking the wheel to replace injured points leader Keith Rocco just one lap into the race, drove to an impressive victory in the 35-lap SK Modified feature at the Waterford Speedbowl on Saturday night.
Rocco, who was injured last Sunday at Thompson International Speedway, was able to relinquish his seat in the No. 88 car during a caution on the very first lap and Coby did the rest, working his way from the back and eventually pulling away for the win.
In other races, Waterford's Dillon Moltz won his fifth Late Model feature of the season, Lisbon's Ken Cassidy Jr. won a special 50-lap Mini Stock feature for his 10th win of the season, Preston's Wayne Shifflett captured the X-Car feature and Dave Richardi won the visiting Pro Four Modifieds of New England feature.
The Street Stock and Mini Stock events were too late for publication.
In the SK Modified race, Coby started from the back of the field after replacing Rocco and used a number of caution flags to move closer to the front.
Cody lined up second outside Kyle James following the final caution on lap 32 and timed his restart perfectly to take the lead on the outside and never trailed again.
James finished second and Tyler Chadwick was third.
The 50-lap Mini Stock race turned into a three-way battle between Cassidy Jeffrey Cembruch and Norwich's Ray Christian III.
Christian had the lead after a lap 10 restart, but Cassidy moved ahead at the halfway mark and held back challenges from Christian and Cembruch to win for the first time since June 16.
Moltz won a caution free 30-lap Late Model feature, taking the lead from Old Lyme's Jeff Smith on lap 7 and survived a challenge by Groton's Bruce Thomas Jr. to earn the win. Thomas finished second and Smith third.