Top performers in Buckley Junior Log Show | Slideshow

Wooden Ax Toss (ages 3-5) 1 – Kyler Koch 2 – Copley Pete 3 – Lane Thawsh Wooden Ax Toss

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Wooden Ax Toss

(ages 3-5)

1 – Kyler Koch

2 – Copley Pete

3 – Lane Thawsh

Wooden Ax Toss

(ages 6-7)

1 – Gregory Schmitz

2 – Braeson LaVergne

3 – Mia Peloli

Choker Setting

(ages 3-4)

1 – Conner Durkin

2 – Kennedy Francis

3 – Taylor Gates

Choker Setting

(ages 5-6)

1 – Kyler Koch

2 – Gregory Schmitz

3 – Sophie Ross-Soler

Choker Setting

(ages 7-8)

1 –Ally Weingard

2 – Kennedy Cohn

3 – Kaylee Gresko

Choker Setting

(ages 9-10)

1 – Royal Snyder

2 – Bo Carlson

3 – Travis Flanders

Choker Setting

(ages 11-12)

1 – Chaise Weingard

2 – Joey Saunders

3 – Dylan Eltz

Choker Setting

(ages 13-14)

1 – Suzanna Burkett

2 – Justin Maki

3 – Cody Thompson

Choker Setting

(ages 15-17)

1 – Connor Hancock

2 – Spencer May

3 – Brad Flanders

Horizontal Block Chop (ages 12-13)

1 – Joey Saunders

2 – Matt Anderson

3 – Dustin Clarke

Horizontal Block Chop (ages 14-15)

1 – Brad Flanders

2 – Tyler Rasmussin

3 – Cody Thompson

Horizontal Block Chop (ages 16-17)

1 – Connor Hancock

2 – Lukas Kruse

Ax Throw

(ages 8-10)

1 – Royal Snyder

2 – Ellora Pries

3 – Theo Weymiller

Ax Throw

(ages 11-13)

1 – Joey Saunders

2 – Kayla Fairley

3 – Mason Hix

Ax Throw

(ages 14-17)

1 – Garrett Taklo

2 – Cody Thompson

3 – Mollie Kerby

Rope Climb

(ages 5-6)

1 – Drew Francis

2 – Sophie Ross-Soler

3 – Gregory Schmitz

Rope Climb

(ages 7-8)

1 – Jaxson Skogen

2 – Camden Hoover

3 – Lillie Tucker

Rope Climb

(ages 9-10)

1 – Royal Snyder

2 – Bryan Aflleje

3 – Travis Flanders

Rope Climb

(ages 11-12)

1 – Bethany Pries

2 – Bobbie Sue Burkett

3 – Lyriec Bono

Rope Climb

(ages 13-14)

1 – Bryson Green

2 – Cody Thompson

3 – Suzanna Burkett

Rope Climb

(ages 15-17)

1 – Spencer May

2 – Arthur Marty

Tree Climbing

(ages 14-15)

1 – Brad Flanders

2 – Denton Clarke

3 – Garrett Taklo

Tree Climbing

(ages 16-17)

1 – Conner Hancock

Obstacle Pole Bucking (ages 8-10)

1 – Raymond Bishop

2 – Bo Carlson

3 – Royal Snyder

Obstacle Pole Bucking (ages 11-13)

1 – Nakoda Snyder

2 – Asher VanHoof

3 – Mason Hix

Obstacle Pole Bucking (ages 14-17)

1 – Mollie Kerby

2 – Lukas Kruse

3 – Justin Maki

Log Rolling

(ages 9-10)

1 – Maysie Britschgi

2 – Jackson Clark

3 – Wyatt Hodder

Log Rolling

(ages 11-12)

1 – Nakoda Snyder

2 – Dustin Clarke

3 – Asher VanHoof

Log Rolling

(ages 13-14)

1 – Denton Clarke

2 – Mason Hix

3 – Michael Kerby

Log Rolling

(ages 15-17)

1 – Klayton Jensen

2 – Brad Flanders

3 – Connor Hancock

Double Bucking

(ages 11-13)

1 – Kayla Carlson/Nakoda Snyder

2 – Chaise Weingard/Joey Saunders

3 – Mason Hix/Kenny Thawsh

Double Bucking

(ages 14-17)

1 – Denton Clarke/Justin Maki

2 – Brad Flanders/Brady Carroll

3 – Cody Thompson/Tyler Rasmussin


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