Tyson Hanson All-Around Logger – Buckley Log Show results | Slideshow

Tyson Hanson tallied 54 points to walk away with All-Around Logger honors during the two-day Buckley Log Show.

Jeff Carlson competes in the single bucking event at the Buckley Log Show Saturday

Tyson Hanson tallied 54 points to walk away with All-Around Logger honors during the two-day Buckley Log Show.

Emerging as No. 1 was  nothing new for Hanson, who captured the all-around title for the fifth year in a row; he also tied for the top spot in 2007. To take this year’s title, Hanson won seven of the 13 individual events.

The Saturday-Sunday competition attracted 72 participants.

Here are the official results from the 40th annual Buckley Log Show:

SPEED CLIMBING

1 – Tyson Hanson

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard

3 – Jake Starky

OBSTACLE BUCKING

1 – Tyson Hanson

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard

3 – Leo Thompson

HORIZONTAL BLOCK CHOP

1 – Brad Thompson

2 – Jeff Carlson

3 – Dan Clarke

CHOKER SETTING

1 – Tyson Hanson

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard

3 – Jase Sellers

AX THROW

1 – Leo Thompson

2 – James Murphy

3 – Jay Doty

HOT SAW LIMITED

1 – Sonny Frick

2 – Tyson Hanson

3 – Mike Hanson

SINGLE BUCKING

1 – Frank Cain Jr.

2 – Kurtis Bowler

3 – Dan Clarke

TREE TOPPING

1 – Tyson Hanson

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard

3 – Brandon Koch

MODIFIED HOT SAW

1 – Sonny Frick/Jake Frick

HOT SAW UNLIMITED

1 – Barry Rawson/Dan Clarke

STANDING BLOCK CHOP

1 – James Murphy

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard

3 – Brad Thompson

OBSTACLE POLE BUCKING

1 – Tyson Hanson

2 – Chris Slyter

3 – Billy Clinkingbeard

WRAPPER TOSS

1 – Tyson Hanson

2 – Brad Thompson

3 – Jeff Fetter

OBSTACLE CHOKER SETTING

1 – Ryan Lenssen

2 – Chris Slyter

3 – Billy Clinkingbeard

LOG ROLLING

1 – Tyson Hanson

2 – Jeff Fetter

3 – Billy Clinkingbeard

DOUBLE BUCKING

1 – Leo and Brad Thompson

2 – Brad Slyter/Jeff Carlson

3 – Darren Breault/Jay Doty

SPLICING

1 – Barry Rawson/Sonny Frick

2 – Jeff Fetter/Arthur Fetter

3 – Bud Hanson/Tyson Hanson

MA AND PA BUCKING

1 – Arthur Fetter/Kenna Rolston

2 – Sonny Frick/Jesica Frick

3 – Barry Rawson/Tracy Rawson

BEST LOAD OF LOGS

1 – Barlett Truck

Driver: “Pork Chop”

2 – Wyss Logging

Driver: Andy (last name not provided)

3 – Barry Rawson Truck

Driver: Wally Gray

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

Mike Hanson

 

MOST EFFORT AWARD

Mike Truong

 

CREW TEAM RELAY

Wyss Logging

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