Local police officer Arthur Fetter competes with his father, Jeff, in the Double Bucking event. Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Local police officer Arthur Fetter competes with his father, Jeff, in the Double Bucking event. Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Billy Clinkingbeard cinches All-Around Logger for seventh year in a row

Photos and scores from the 2021 Buckley Log Show.

After having to cancel last year due to the pandemic, the annual Buckley Log Show came roaring back as competitors chopped, sawed, choked, and bucked all day Saturday and Sunday to earn the title of All Around Logger.

Pictured are the Buckley Clowns, who are a staple feature in the parade that kicks off the event by honoring local loggers and their various companies; competitors in various events from Limited Hot Saw to the Standing Block Chop; and Billy Clinkingbeard, who was one again crowned this year’s All Around Logger for the seventh year in a row.

Photos are below the results.

Speed Climbing:

First: Billy Clinkingbeard, 41.78

Second: Ryland Popke, 59.13

Third: Harrison Farr, 61.58

Splicing:

First: Chris Slyter and Billy Clinkingbeard, 4:43.23

Second: Jeff Fetter and Aruther Fetter, 6:01.95

Third: Zach Slyter and Nick Breeden, 9:04.49

Obstacle Bucking:

First: Billy Clinkingbeard, 31.26

Second: Zach Slyter, 32.90

Third: Mike Boldt, 33.55

Obstacle Pole Bucking:

First: Billy Clinkingbeard, 25.96

Second: Mike Boldt, 30.54

Third: Chris Slyter, 31.59

Double Bucking:

First: Justin Maki and Denton Clarke, 20.42

Second: Mike Truong and Jalen Johansen, 32.02

Third: Jay Doty and Darren Breault, 26.24

Ma & Pa Bucking:

First: Jalen Johansen and Sarah Johansen, 23.56

Second: Billy Clinkingbeard and Baratyah Clinkingbeard, 24.01

Third: Jeff Fetter and Kenna Rolston-Fetter, 26.12

Log Rolling:

First: Billy Clinkingbeard

Second: Dan Clarke

Third: Jeff Fetter

Horizontal Block Chop:

First: Billy Clinkingbeard, 46.50

Second: Dan Huizenga: 49.82

Third: Jalen Johansen: 56.32

Standing Block Chop

First: Billy Clinkingbeard, 40.69

Second: Chris Slyter, 45.4

Third: Reese Porter: 47.39

Choker Setting:

First: Billy Clinkingbeard, 31.10

Second: Justin Maki, 36.75

Third: Chris Slyter: 37.72

Obstacle Choker Setting:

First: Billy Clinkingbeard, 41.41

No other competitors finished.

Ax Throw:

First: Dan Clarke, 23 points

Second: Ricky Haulet, 21 points

Third: Dan Huizenga, 21 points

Hot Saw Limited:

First: Jacob Starkey, 21.98

Second: Guy Patrick, 23.04

Third: Zach Pries, 23.45

Modified Hot Saw:

First: Kevin Deel and Jacob Starkey, 16.09

Second: Barry Rawson and Dan Clarke, 17.41

Third: Jason Egan, 19.97

Hot Saw Unlimited:

First: Sean Witte and Kalen Green, 3.52.

Second: Nick Taklo and Bubba Simplot, 3.96.

Third: Barry Rawson and Dan Clarke, 4.36

Single Bucking:

First: Dan Huizenga, 42.68

Second: Jalen Johansen, 43.63

Third: Billy Clinkingbeard: 47.11

Tree Topping:

First: Billy Clinkingbeard, 3:02.6

Second: Pierce Andrew, 5:10.19

Third: Jalen Johansen, 5:55.62

Wrapper Toss:

First: Jeff Fetter, 56.13

Second: Mike Boldt, 57.41

Third: Dan Clarke, 1:00.28

Crew Team Relay Winner: Johansen Construction, 1:19.19

Choker Setter: Nick Breeden

Standing Block Chop: Chris Slyter

Ax Thrower: Jeff Fetter

Double Buckers: Jalen Johansen and Mike Truong

Power Saw Bucker: Billy Clinkingbeard

Best Load of Logs

First: Hanson Logging – Driver: Mark Heath, Loader: Brent Thawsh

Second: Mason Hix Trucking – Driver: Mason Hix, Loader: Honny Malgesini

Third: Wyss Logging #52 – Driver: Ray Bishop, Loader: Austin Slyter

Sportsmanship Award:

Devin Barker

Most Effort Award:

Mike Boldt

2021 All-Around Logger:

Billy Clinkingbeard, with 71 points

2021 Bull of the Woods:

Jim Wytko

Photo by Ashley Britschgi
Billy Clinkingbeard and his children pose for a picture with his latest “All Around Logger” award.

Photo by Ashley Britschgi Billy Clinkingbeard and his children pose for a picture with his latest “All Around Logger” award.

Photo by Alex Bruell.

Photo by Alex Bruell.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Alex Bruell.

Photo by Alex Bruell.

Photo by Alex Bruell.

Photo by Alex Bruell.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

Photo by Ray Miller-Still.




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Photo by Ray Miller-Still.

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