Wyatt Hodder came in third in one of this year’s tree climbing competitions. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Wyatt Hodder came in third in one of this year’s tree climbing competitions. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Junior Show attracts 142 competitors, here are the winners

Make sure you don’t miss the big event next weekend.

The annual Buckley Log Show celebrates the community’s past, offers a respectful nod to the present and simply provides a good time for locals and visitors alike.

The show annually brings two-plus days of fun, packed with a parade, vendors, a carnival and competition.

This is the 45th year for the Log Show, governed by a committee of volunteers with the help of assorted community groups.

Things get rolling at 10 a.m. this Saturday, June 23, with the traditional parade that closes off downtown Buckley. Entries will roll along Main Street, stopping just short of the highway.

The parade is heavy on local entries and, in keeping with the theme for the weekend, features plenty of big, loud trucks. Judges traditionally determine awards for the best load of logs, best kids entry, best float, best lowboy, best miscellaneous truck and best overall entry.

Following the parade, many head to River Avenue to check out the vendors who line both sides of the street.

The annual carnival will be at the traditional site between state Route 410 and River Avenue.

The highlight of the weekend is the Log Show itself, which features serious competition in traditional events. The action gets under way at Saturday afternoon and concludes Sunday at the Log Show grounds. There is no fee for spectators.

JUNIOR LOG SHOW RESULTS

Junior loggers competed last weekend in (mostly) the same events their adult counterparts will participate in next weekend. Here’s the best of the best of this year’s junior loggers:

Miller Huizenga in the wooden axe throw. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Miller Huizenga in the wooden axe throw. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Wooden Ax Toss (Ages 3-5)

1 – Brodyn Britschgi 66’

2 – Easton Erfle 55’7”

3 – Gage Snope 53’5”

Wooden Ax Toss (Ages 6-7)

1 – Barrett Johnson 105’

2 – Parker Truong 91’5”

3 – Brayden McBride 90.7”

Choker Setting (Ages 3-4)

1 – Toby Bowen 13.50

2 – Gage Boul 16.63

3 – Drew Wozeniak 16.84

Kate Kilcup in the choke setter. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Kate Kilcup in the choke setter. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Choker Setting (Ages 5-6)

1 – Brodyn Britschgi 9.78

2 – Gage Snope 9.82

3 – Christian Heldstab 11.56

Choker Setting (Ages 7-8)

1 – Alex Cochran 6.27

2 – Joshua Wilson 6.65

3 – Charlie Robbins 6.90

Choker Setting (Ages 9-10)

1 – Brad Burbank 6.09

2 – Conner Durkin 6.74

3 – Kyler Koch 6.89

Choker Setting (Ages 11-12)

1 – Lena Bishop 7.40

2 – Sophie Soler 7.51

3 – Kylee Carroll

Skyler Haulet in the choke setter. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Skyler Haulet in the choke setter. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Choker Setting (Ages 13-14)

1 – Bo Carlson 7.78

2 – Wyatt Hodder 8.55

3 – Ally Weingard 9.33

Choker Setting (Ages 15-17)

1 – Royal Snyder 21.31

2 – Joshua Worrell 22.47

3 – Dylan Eltz 25.13

Horizontal Block Chop (Ages 12-13)

1 – Ryan Herrington 1:10.93

2 – Dillon Haylor 2:23.40

3 – Frank Gangle 4:14.15

Horizontal Block Chop (Ages 14-15)

1 – Bo Carlson 16.66

2 – Raymond Bishop 27.10

3 – Royal Snyder 42.90

Horizontal Block Chop (Ages 16-17)

1 – Dustin Clarke 24.00

2 – Dylan Eltz 26.20

3 – Caeleb Haulet 49.70

Ax Throw (Ages 8-10)

1 – August Hermanson 11 pts

2 – Caleb Johansen 10 pts

3 – Joeseph Perri 8 pts

Ax Throw (Ages 11-13)

1 – Sophie Soler 10 pts

2 – Lena Bishop 7 pts

3 – Ella Klemkow 7 pts

Kyler Koch in the axe throw. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Kyler Koch in the axe throw. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Ax Throw (Ages 14-17)

1 – Raymond Bishop 11 pts

2 – Bo Carlson 8 pts

3 – Wyatt Hodder 8 pts

Rope Climb (Ages 5-6)

1 – Christian Heldstab 4.41

2 – Reese Huizenga 4.97

3 – Lia Kilcup 5.41

Rope Climb (Ages 7-8)

1 – Kaitlyn Hewlett 2.70

2 – Alex Cochran 2.71

3 – Jaelyn Anderson 3.00

Rope Climb (Ages 9-10)

1 – Austin Hewlett 4.94

2 – Conner Durkin 5.27

3 – Jillian Smith 5.43

Rope Climb (Ages 11-12)

1 – Dillon Haylor 11.40

2 – Brooklynn Groshonh 11.56

3 – Bradley Larsen 16.12

Reese Huizenga in the rope climb. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Reese Huizenga in the rope climb. Photo by Ashley Britschgi

Rope Climb (Ages 13-14)

1 – Bo Carlson 6.66

2 – Anders Hansen 8.00

Rope Climb (Ages 15-17)

1 – Royal Snyder 7.85

Tree Climbing (Ages 14-15)

1 – Royal Snyder 11.25

2 – Bo Carlson 12.20

3 – Wyatt Hodder 22.19

Tree Climbing (Ages 16-17)

1 – Joshua Worrell 15.07

2 – Dylan Eltz 28.05

3 – Dustin Clarke 34.99

Obstacle Pole Bucking (Ages 8-10)

1 – Lilee Heldstab 7.21

2 – Kyler Koch 7.71

3 – Keegan Dawson 7.75

Obstacle Pole Bucking (Ages 11-13)

1 – Sophie Soler 6.47

2 – Jace Osborn 6.60

3 – Lena Bishop 6.69

Obstacle Pole Bucking (Ages 14-17)

1 – Royal Snyder 6.89

2 – Wyatt Hodder 7.60

3 – Dylan Eltz 7.95

Log Rolling (Ages 9-10)

1 – Brad Burbank

2 – Wyatt Webb

3 – Jack Robbins

Log Rolling (Ages 11-12)

1 – Sophie Soler

2 – Bradley Larsen

3 – Kylee Carroll

Log Rolling (Ages 13-14)

1 – Bo Carlson

2 – Wyatt Hodder

3 – Ally Weingard

Log Rolling (Ages 15-17)

1 – Raymond Bishop

2 – Caeleb Haulet

3 – Royal Snyder

Double Bucking (Ages 11-13)

1 – Ryan Herrington/Frank Gangle 56.05

2 – Alle Klemkow/Sophie Soler 1:03l38

3 – Brooke Carrol/Kylee Carroll 1:06.17

Bucking (ages 14-17)

1 – Bo Carlson/Royal Snyder 10:86

2 – Wyatt Hodder/Anders Hansen 15:28

3 – Raymond Bishop/Dylan Eltz 16:73

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