Clinkingbeard cinches fifth year as All-Around Logger

Check out who else was a cut above the rest during the 2018 Log Show

For the fifth year in a row, Billy Clinkingbeard walked off with top honors during the weekend Buckley Log Show. He won six individual events and totaled 63 points to earn the trophy. RAY STILL PHOTO

For the fifth year in a row, Billy Clinkingbeard walked off with top honors during the weekend Buckley Log Show. He won six individual events and totaled 63 points to earn the trophy. RAY STILL PHOTO

SPEED CLIMBING

1) Billy Clinkingbeard — 39.46

2) Jalen Johansen — 51.76

3) Mike Boldt — 1:11.1

OBSTACLE BUCKING

1) Wes Bruhn —26.07

2) Leo Thompson — 26.68

3) Jase Sellers — 27.16

HORIZONTAL BLOCK CHOP

1) Dan Huizenga — 44.40

2) Danny Clarke — 48.53

3) Billy Clinkingbeard — 52.06

CHOKER SETTING

1) Billy Clinkingbeard — 30.03

2) Chris Slyter — 33.06

3) Lukas Kruse — 34.57

AX THROW

1) Kendal Cain — 27 pts

2) Dan Huizenga — 26 pts

3) Wes Bruhn — 25 pts

HOT SAW LIMITED

1) Andy Hodder — 18.53

2) Dan Huizenga — 20.42

3) Mike Truong — 21.54

SINGLE BUCKING

1) Kendal Cain — 40.94

2) Jay Doty — 42.54

3) Jalen Johansen — 43.72

TREE TOPPING

1) Billy Clinkingbeard — 2:05.8

2) Brandon Koch — 3:44.4

3) Mike Hanson — 4:22.0

MODIFIED HOT SAW

1) Kelyn Wallin/Jake Starkey — 13.72

2) Jeff Fetter/Dan Huizenga — 14.90

HOW SAW UNLIMITED

1) John Babbitt/Shawn Meyer — 4.15

2) Jeff Fetter/Andy Rolston — 5.81

3) Danny Clarke/Barry Rawson — 9.00

STANDING BLOCK CHOP

1) Billy Clinkingbeard — 41.10

2) Dan Huizenga — 48.53

3) Danny Clarke — 49.40

OBSTACLE POLE BUCKING

1) Billy Clinkingbeard — 23.26

2) Jase Sellers — 24.12

3) Chris Slyter — 25.69

DOUBLE BUCKING

1) Billy Clinkingbeard/Brandon Koch — 21.11

2) Mike Truong/Jalen Johansen — 21.23

3) Danny Clarke/Jay Doty — 21.42

SPLICING

1) Jeff Fetter/Arthur Fetter — 5:01.57

2) Billy Clinkingbeard/Chris Slyter — 6:21.59

3) Chad Carroll/Buzzy Smith — 8:31.74

MA AND PA BUCKING

1) Jalen Johansen/Sarah Johansen — 24.59

2) Mike Nicholas/Martha Nicholas — 26.47

3) Billy Clinkingbeard/Baratyah Clinkingbeard — 27.85

WRAPPER TOSS

1) Jeff Fetter — 51.04

2) Andy Hodder — 52.16

3) Billy Clinkingbeard — 1:03.63

OBSTACLE CHOKER SETTING

1) Zach Slyter — 28.10

2) Chris Slyter — 30.44

3) Billy Clinkingbeard — 33.58

LOG ROLLING

1) Billy Clinkingbeard

2) Wes Bruhn

3) Jeremy Nusse

CREW TEAM RELAY

Wyss Logging — 1:11.54

BEST LOAD OF LOGS

1) Wyss #33

Driver: Scott McDonald

Loader: Austin Slyter

2) Mundell

3) Walrath Self Loader

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

Denton Clarke

Most Effort Award

Jon Roy Bathum

2018 BULL OF THE WOODS

Leon Wickizer

Photo by Ashley Britschgi

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