Sandspit’s Logger Sports Day final results

  • Jul. 23, 2012 11:00 a.m.

PeeWee 6 and underObstacle Race1. Owen Bouwman2. Justin Robinson3. Gregory PutterillNail Drive1. Gregory Putterill2. Kirra Evans3. Moanna HoustonBoot Toss1. Owen Bouwman2. Gregory Putterill3. Justin RobinsonPEEWEE LOGGER: OWEN BOUWMANJuniors 7-11Obstacle Race1. David Putterill2. Daylin Brown3. Carter Olson Nail Drive1. Daylin Brown2. Calvin Evans3. Zoe OlsonBoot Toss 1. Evan Jenkins2. Calvin Evans3. Carter OlsonJUNIOR LOGGER: DAYLIN BROWNNovice Boys and Girls 12-16Axe Throw1. Brayden Belton2. Karston Pratt3. xxxxxxxxxBoot Toss1. Brook Sawan2. Karston Pratt3. Matt ServatiousNail Drive1. Karston Pratt2. Brayden Belton3. Kyla ArnettBurling1. Calvin Evans2. Karsten Pratt3. Kiana DieboldNOVICE LOGGER: KARSTON PRATTLadies 17 and upMolly Hogan1. Sue Standbridge2. Verna Hunter3. Emmy O’GormanBowline Tie1. Amanda Price2. Marlee Olson3. Verna HunterPeeVee1. Emmy O’Gorman2. Amanda Price3. Izzy C.Choker Race1. Marlee Olson2. Emmy O’Gorman3. Izzy C.Nail Drive1. Patricia Sosick2. Lori Wilson3. Jenny LewisAxe Throw1. Lori Wilson 2. Amanda Price3. Izzy C.Burling1. Emmy O’Gorman2. Michelle Montgomery3. Marlee OlsonQUEEN LOGGER: EMMY O’GORMANMen 17 and upStock Saw Buck1. Jasin Wourms2. Shain Olson3. Chris PutterillModified Saw Buck1. Jasin Wourms2. Shain Olson3. Robert HoustonAxe Throw1. Shain Olson2. John Houston3. Jasin WourmsObstacle Pole Buck1. John Houston2. Chris Putterill3. Shain OlsonHorizontal Chop1. Jasin Wourms2. Shain Olson3. Robert Houston Choker Race1. Shain Olson2. Chris Putterill3. John HoustonStanding Chop1. Jasin Wourms2. Shain Olson3. Robert BotelBurling1. Chris Putterill2. Jasin Wourms3. Shain OlsonKING LOGGERS: JASIN WOURMS AND SHAIN OLSON*FOR THE FIRST TIME IN RECENT HISTORY THERE WAS A TIE FOR KING LOGGER! CONGRATULATIONS ON A HARD FOUGHT BATTLE!

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