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MPFR Demolition Derby and Horseshoe results

Placings for 2012 Demolition DerbyCompact Class:Place, Name, City, State1st, Michael Terry, Kremmling, CO2nd, Jeff Boyer, Greeley, CO3rd, Kyle Richert, Kremmling, COFlag, Kyle Richert, Kremmling, COLimited Weld Class1st, Cody Steuben, Kremmling, CO2nd, Chuck Martinson, Kremmling, CO3rd, Mike Johnston, Kremmling, COFlag, Scott Webber, Goodland, KSFully Welded Class1st, Will Jones, Casper, WY2nd, Bud Carpenter, Kremmling, CO3rd, Rob Lang, Casper, WYFlag, Will Jones, Casper, WYTruck Class1st, Joe Skaj, Casper, WY2nd, Uncle Nasty – KBPI (Get-Smashed), Denver, CO3rd, Kevin Hamacher, Deertrail, COFlag, Joe Skaj, Casper, WYTheme Car Class1st, Cody Steuben – Greased Lightening, Kremmling, CO2nd, Will Jones – ZZ Top, Casper, WY3rd, Kevin Hamacher – Tow Mater, Deertrail, COThe annual Don Pickering Memorial Horseshoe Pitching Tournament was held at the Middle Park Fair. We had 20 pitchers turn out to enjoy a fun day! This years winners were Boyd Porter and John Tanton, second place was Adam Maddox and Monika Cary, and third place went to Jeff Weaver and Vicki Haffner. A second round of play found Scott Stapleton and Cheryl Howard on top. Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support for this years prize fund. Special thanks to: Middle Park Fair Board, Town and Country Insurance, Grand Mountain Bank, Rocky Mountain Bar & Grill, Middle Park Meat Company, West End Liquors, Northwest Ranch Supply, and Murphy’s Irish Pub. Kremmling Mercantile also donated water and ice to help everyone get through a hot day. We appreciate everyone spending the day with us and look forward to next year’s tournament. Jay & Cheryl Howard and Robert NelsonTournament Co-Superintendents


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