The names Reno and Harrison are ones fans are used to hearing at tracks throughout southern and central Maine, especially Wiscasset Speedway.

Third-generation racer Nick Reno and second-generation driver Michael Harrison picked up key victories on Saturday night, July 14, to further cement their family legacy in the history of the track.

Harrison picked up his first career Super Street win in the 25-lap feature for the Maxwell's Market Super Streets. It is a division his father Kenny Harrison built a championship resumé, winning races over a more than 20-year career on tracks around the state. Michael Harrison held off veterans Sean Johnson and Mike Hodgkins to secure the victory.

Nick Reno, the son of former champion Steve Reno and grandson of Maine racing Hall-of-Famer Lawrence Reno, picked up his first career Pro Stock win in a hotly-contested 40-lap race for the Serv Pro of Biddeford Saco Pro Stocks.

Reno battled from mid-pack and traded the lead with Ajay Picard in a race that saw several key restarts over the final 10 laps. The young drivers already have had their own success, as Harrison won the Thunder 4 Mini title in 2016 and Reno won multiple features in support divisions over the past decade, including two modified wins this season.

However, the victories Saturday night had special meaning to both families. "I watched my dad win in these Super Streets and Sportsman cars for years," said Harrison, "All I've wanted to do is drive one of these cars myself and win races like he did."

Other winners on the program Saturday night included Zach Audet in the Thunder 4 Mini 35-lap feature, Jeff Prindall in the 25-lap contest for the Cahill Tire 4-cylinder Pros, and Matthew Bourgoine in the Amsoil Nelcar Legends 25-lap feature.

The results from July 14 racing were:

Thunder 4 Minis (35 laps) — 1, Zach Audet, Skowhegan; 2, Spencer Sweatt, Albion; 3, Cameron Campbell, New Gloucester; 4, Caleb Emerson-Mains, Richmond; 5, Noah Haggett, Wiscasset; 6, Michael Golding, Pownal; 7, Brian Burr, Brunswick; 8, Devan Robinson, Warren; 9, David Greenleaf, Brunswick; and 10, Ryan Soule, Union.

Maxwell’s Market Super Streets (25 laps) — 1, Michael Harrison, Durham; 2, Sean Johnson, Oakland; 3, Mike Hodgkins, Jefferson; 4, Mark Lucas, Harpswell; 5, Jason Oakes, Boothbay; 6, Neil Evans Jr., Yarmouth; 7, Zac Poland, Woolwich; 8, Tyler Bailey, Randolph; 9, David Thompson, Jefferson; and 10, Jeff Davis, Woolwich.

Cahill Tire 4-Cyl. Pros (25 laps) — 1, Jeff Prindall, Lisbon; 2, Ryan Hayes, Jefferson; 3, P.J. Merrill, Canton; 4, Larry Melcher, Jay; 5, Dominic Curit, Saco; 6, Taylor Lane, Phillips; 7, Nicole Benincasa, Buxton; 8, Connor Wenners, Edgecomb; 9, Jet Decker, Chesterville; and 10, Mike Kibben, Lisbon Falls.

ServPro of Biddeford Saco Pro Stocks (40 laps) — 1, Nick Reno, West Bath; 2, Kevin Douglass, Sidney; 3, Ajay Picard, Palmyra; 4, Nick Hinkley, Wiscasset; 5, Joe Decker, Chesterville; 6, Cody Tribbett, Richmond; 7, James Barker, Jay; 8, Barry Poulin, Clinton; 9, Kevin Morse, Woolwich; 10, Jeremy Whorff, Bath; 11, Joey Peaslee, Jefferson; 12, Jamie Wright, Woolwich; 13, Shane Lane, North Anson; 14, Ryan Modery, Hermon; 15, Brian Whitney, Pittsfield; and 16, Nate Tribbett, Richmond.

Ken Minott works for Wiscasset Speedway.