2016 Buckley Log Show Results | Slideshow

Check out who was named the 2016 All Around Logger and the results of the Log Show events!

Forest Miller placed third in the Hot Saw competition at the 2016 Buckley Log Show.

2016 All Around Logger

Billy Clinkingbeard

Speed Climbing

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 32.19

2 – Chris Nicholas 38.63

3 – Jalen Johansen 42.91

Obstacle Bucking

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 27.08

2 – Chris Slyter 28.64

3 – Josh McCutchen 28.65

Horizontal Block Chop

1– Jalen Johansen 53.35

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard 53.84

3 – Dan Huizenga 55.70

Choker Setting

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 30.21

2 – Chris Slyter 32.45

3 – James Richmond 34.15

Ax Throw

1 – Chris Slyter 27 points

2 – Mike Nicholas 25 points

3 – Jalen Johansen 25 points

Hot Saw Limited

1 – Andrew Hodder 24.27

2 – Jacob Starkey 26.81

3 – Forest Miller 28.48

Single Bucking

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 39.47

2 – Dan Huizenga 43.55

3 – Jay Doty 43.96

Tree Topping

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 3:11.34

2 – Brandon Koch 3:47.63

3 – James Richmond 3:51.52

Modified Hot Saw

1 – Arthur Fetter/Jeff Fetter 15.32

2 – Jacob Starkey/Jake Frick 16.79

3 – Dan Clarke/Barry Rawson 17.79

Hot Saw Unlimited

1 – Barry Rawson/Dan Clarke 3.82

2 – Nick Taklo/Bubba Simplot 4.34

3 – Jeff Fetter/Arthur Fetter 5.64

Standing Block Chop

1 – Jalen Johansen 44.23

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard 46.50

3 – Dan Huizenga 48.10

Obstacle Pole Bucking

1 – Jase Sellers 24.71

2 – Leo Thompson 26.74

3 – Billy Clinkingbeard 27.10

Double Bucking

1 – Darren Breault/Jay Doty 28.80

2 – Dan Huizenga/Darryl Durnford 28.82

3 – Kendal Cain/Edward Williams 29.22

Splicing

1 – Chris Slyter/Robert Reese 4:54.07

2 – Chad Carroll/Buzz Smith 5:30.01

3 – Mike Truong/Jalen Johansen 5:50.98

Ma and Pa Bucking

1 – Darryl Durnford/Jesica Frick 26.83

2 – Mike Nicholas/Martha Nicholas 28.45

3 – Jalen Johansen/Sarah Schoenbochler 30.00

Wrapper Toss

1 – Andrew Hodder 51.13

2 – Jeff Fetter 54.27

3 – Ricky Haulet 58.25

Obstacle Choker Setting

1 – Chris Slyter 28.51

2 – Jeff Fetter 33.58

3 – Josh McCutchen 36.97

Log Rolling

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard

2 – Jeff Fetter

3 – Dan Clarke

Crew Team Relay

Johansen Excavating Inc.

Best Load of Logs

1 – Wyss #32

2 – Bartlett – Short Logger

3 – Wyss #28

Sportsmanship Award

Andy Rolston

Most Effort Award

Darryl Durnford

 

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