Clinkingbeard wins fourth All-Around Logger | Log Show Results

For the fourth year in a row, Billy Clinkingbeard walked off with All-Around Logger honors. The Buckley native won five events to grab this year’s trophy.

  • Tuesday, June 27, 2017 10:30am
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Billy Clinkingbeard was once again this year’s All-Around Logger. Photos by Alicia Britschgi

For the fourth year in a row, Billy Clinkingbeard walked off with All-Around Logger honors.

The Buckley native won five events to grab this year’s trophy.

Here’s a look at all the weekend events — which attracted 85 competitors — and the top finishers.

SPEED CLIMBING

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 38.07

2 – Chris Nicholas 39.38

3 – Tyson Hanson 39.41

OBSTACLE BUCKING

1 – Jeff Fetter 31.12

2 – James Richmond 31.63

3 – Jalen Johansen 32.02

HORIZONTAL BLOCK CHOP

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 53.87

2 – Chris Slyter 58.52

3 – Ben Doumit 1:03.36

CHOKER SETTING

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 29.94

2 – Chris Slyter 32.78

3 – Tyson Hanson 32.82

AX THROW

1 – Mike Nicholas 25 pts

2 – Tyson Hanson 25 pts

3 – Jay Doty 23 pts

HOT SAW LIMITED

1 – Dan Huizenga 24.10

2 – Andy Hodder 26.66

3 – Jeff Fetter 28.62

SINGLE BUCKING

1 – Jalen Johansen 44.93

2 – Danny Clarke 48.27

3 – Dan Huizenga 53.57

TREE TOPPING

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 2:31.45

2 – Tyson Hanson 2:44.06

3 – Brandon Koch 3:04.19

MODIFIED HOT SAW

1 – Arthur Fetter/Jeff Fetter 16.90

2 – Danny Clarke/Barry Rawson 17.47

3 – Andy Rolston 20.27

HOT SAW UNLIMITED

1 – Barry Rawson/Danny Clarke 3.36

2 – Mike Truong/Jalen Johansen 5.67

3 – Andy Hodder/Tim Brownrigg 12.40

STANDING BLOCK CHOP

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard 43.91

2 – Chris Slyter 48.90

3 – Danny Clarke 54.85

OBSTACLE POLE BUCKING

1 – Tyson Hanson 24.14

2 – Jase Sellers 24.38

3 – Billy Clinkingbeard 26.16

DOUBLE BUCKING

1 – Jalen Johansen/Mike Truong 23.48

2 – Brandon Koch/Billy Clinkingbeard 26.15

3 – Darryl Durnford/Dan Huizenga 27.60

SPLICING

1 – Bud Hanson/Tyson Hanson 4:27.77

2 – Mike Truong/Jalen Johansen 5:14.60

3 – Chris Slyter/Robert Reece 5:16.60

MA & PA BUCKING

1 – Darryl Durnford/Jesica Frick 28.50

2 – Mike Nicholas/Martha Nicholas 29.82

3 – Jalen Johansen/Sarah Johansen 30.19

WRAPPER TOSS

1 – Jeff Fetter 1:05.35

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard 1:09.31

3 – Ricky Haulet 1:11.18

OBSTACLE CHOKER SETTING

1 – Jeff Fetter 27.47

2 – Billy Clinkingbeard 28.32

3 – Chris Slyter 29.88

LOG ROLLING

1 – Billy Clinkingbeard

2 – Jeff Fetter

3 – Tyson Hanson

CREW TEAM RELAY

Johansen Excavating 1:13.43

Best Load of Logs

1– Wyss #38

Driver: Andy Hodder

Loader: Austin Slyter

2 – Ray Porter Trucking

3 – Eric Pepermiller

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

Reese Porter

MOST EFFORT AWARD

Justin Maki

2017 ALL AROUND LOGGER

Billy Clinkingbeard – 59 points

2017 BULL OF THE WOODS

Ed Osborn

Brandon Kock completes the block chop. Photo by Alicia Britschgi

Dan Huizenga takes his turn in the standing block chop. Photo by Alicia Britschgi

Darryl Dunford and Jake Frick compete in log rolling. Photo by Alicia Britschgi

Darryl Dunford and Jake Frick compete in log rolling. Photo by Alicia Britschgi

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