Frank Polimeda will long remember Saturday night’s Modified feature at Wall Stadium. The Fort Lee driver is competing in his first full season of Modified stock car competition. Saturday, he scored his-first-ever feature win at the Shore speedway, muscling his way to the checkered flag. Polimeda grabbed the lead on the 10th lap from Joe Mongeau of Brick on a restart. Tim Arre of Toms River worked his way up through the field to challenge Polimeda in the closing laps, but the first-year Modified driver had enough power and talent to get to the finish line first. Dave Michel of Manahawkin was third, followed by Howell’s John Blewett III and Mongeau. “This car has been very fast all year and it was just super tonight,” Polimeda said after his first win. “Everyone on the crew has worked hard on this car. They pay attention to details. Thanks to them, this race team is better and better each week.” This was actually Polimeda’s second win at the one-third mile asphalt oval. He won a pre-season race back in March, but no purse money was at stake that night. Polimeda moved up to fourth in the points race. Blewett held onto his lead over Michel. Just 14 points separate the defending champion from the six-time track champion with the Aug. 31 50-lap feature looming ahead. Farmingdale’s Rob Williams picked up his fifth win of the season in the 25-lap Pro Stock Division, but gained little ground on points leader Chas Okerson of Freehold, who was second. Williams trails the defending champion by 79 points. Eric Albright of Morristown, Kenny Reaves of Piscataway and Matt Przemielewski of Forked River rounded out the top five. In the 25-lap Street Stock final, Jim Downey of Cliffwood Beach collected his third win of the 2002 season, with Eric Gercak of Parlin second. Third place went to Shannon Mongeau of Brick with fourth and fifth going to Kenny Matlach, New Hyde Park, N.Y. and points leader Steve Costello, Lakewood. Phil Naylor of Tuckerton won the Street Stock final over 20 laps. It was his second win of the season. His brother, Steve Naylor, was second. The Lend Cars 25-lap main event went to J.J. Jensen Jr. of Brick. The Demolition Derby came to Wall Stadium on Sunday night. As part of the night’s program, the Street Stocks and Legends Cars ran feature events. Craig Wallis of Farmingdale had a very special win in the 25-lap Street Stock feature. His fifth victory of the season gives him 35 for his career, most-ever in the division. “When I first started racing I didn’t think that I would someday lead this division with 35 wins,” he said. “But then I never thought that I would get involved with all the good people on this race team. When you look at how good they are, you can see how it is possible to win so many.” Brick’s Ron Frees was chasing Wallis at the finish and took second. Mark Bartlett of Mercerville was third, followed by Mongeau and Brandon Stowell, Chatham. Bobby Watkins Jr., of Levitttown, Pa. won 50-lap feature. That race is the biggest on the schedule for the open cockpit Three-Quarter Midgets. It took just five laps for Watkins to take the lead, but what seemed like an eternity to win it, as he was under attack throughout. Mike Tidaback of Little Falls gave Watkins all he could handle before settling for second place. Six stock car divisions will be in action this Saturday with racing starting at 6 p.m.