WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. — Carl Edwards, who won the pole at Watkins Glen International, has become somewhat of a master at qualifying on NASCAR’s two Sprint Cup road courses.

Edwards turned a fast lap of 126.562 mph on Saturday to edge Kyle Larson for the top spot for Sunday’s Cheez-It 355. It was the fourth pole of the season for Edwards in his No. 19 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing. He also won the pole at NASCAR’s other road course in Sonoma, California.

Five-time Watkins Glen winner Tony Stewart qualified third in the final road race of his career.

XFINITY: Joey Logano won at Watkins Glen International for the second straight year.

Just as he did a year ago, Logano started from the pole in the Zippo 200 and dominated, leading 67 laps. He started on the front row with Team Penske teammate Brad Keselowski, who was in contention until a broken track bar mount sent him to the pits with six laps to go.

Paul Menard finished second, followed by Kyle Larson, Daniel Suarez and Trevor Bayne.

BEECH RIDGE: Brad Babb of Windham took the lead from pole sitter Eddie MacDonald with about 40 laps remaining and held on to earn his second straight American-Canadian Tour victory at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway.

MacDonald, of Rowley, Massachusetts, finished second in the 100-lap event. Scott Payea of Milton, Vermont, was third.

Reid Lanpher, 18, of Manchester earned his second win of the season in the Pro Series division, pulling away on a late restart. He was followed by John Peters of Westbrook and Curtis Gerry of Waterboro.

Other feature winners were Nick Campbell of Arundel in the Sport Series and Cole Watson of Naples in Wildcats.