The Erickson family – father Glenn and sons Mitchell

Logging fun in the sun

It was a perfect day for Timber Days, as local competitors battled in a variety of logger sports events.



It was a perfect day for Timber Days, as competitors competed in a variety of events, from swinging an axe to pulling a saw, to driving a chainsaw and more. The Male Logger of the Day went to Angus Woodman and the Female Logger of the Day was Debbie Barstad. Jacob Hanson was named the Sportsman of the Day.

Here are the full results from the day’s events:

Oldest competitor – Ernie Larson, 80

Ladies Axe Throw

Debbie Barstad

Tracey Peterson

Kimberly Gillis

Nicole Miller

Ladies Choker Race

Eve Nothmore27.53 seconds

Tracey Peterson – 31.43

Khaena Borchers32.26

Nicole Miller – 32.58

Ladies Stock Saw

Debbie Barstad18.99 seconds

Nicole Miller19.27

Anna Minten21.41

Tracey Peterson – 22.08

Mens Stock Saw

Jacob Hansen – 30.57 seconds

Eric Hansen – 32.50

Cody Borchers – 33.00

Nick Sheffield – 33.33

Mens Axe Throw

Chad Miller

Jacob Hansen

Scott Duke

Angus Woodman

Mens Choker Race

Nick Sheffield23.90 seconds

Scott Hansen – 25.23

Angus Woodman – 25.29

Pat McMechan25.32

Mixed Jack & Jill Crosscut

Angus Woodman/Nadine Overwater – 33.45 seconds

Bob Larson/Debbie Barstad44.18

Chad Miller/Nicole Miller – 47.44

Jacob Hanson/Irene Erickson – 49.19

Mixed Working Saw Buck

Angus Woodman – 32.27 seconds

Pat McMechan37.27

Bob Larson38.23

Debbie Barstad116.79

Survivor Tea Boil

Pat McMechan/Irene Erikson

Scott Hansen/Rhaena Borchers

Issac Smith/Cody Borchers

Eve Northmore/Scott Duke

Mixed – 3 Person Relay

Chad Miller/Rhaena Borcehrs/Nick Sheffield131.93 seconds

Bob Larson/ Debbie Barstad/ Jacob Hansen142.17

Pat McMechan/Marnie Graff/Angus Woodman142.71

Scott Hansen/Tracey Peterson/Jeremich Mucha203.77

Log Burling

Matthew Erickson, 9

Eric Hansen

Nick Sheffield

Tracey Peterson

Groucho Marx

Scott Hansen

Drew McLauchin

Debbie Barstad

Kids Choler Race (8-10)

Matthew Erickson – 16.97 seconds

Karlie Beattie – 19.27

Noah Overwater – 20.68

Kids Choler Race (11-14)

Jacob McEwan – 15.89 seconds

Katrina Andrews – 16.71

Jacob McEwan17.03

Tristan20.50

Kids Nail Hammering (8-10)

Matthew Erickson11.78 seconds

Mitchell Erickson13.01

Karlie Beattie29.23

Kail Atkinson31.61

Kids Nail Hammering – 11-14yrs

Jacob Erickson – 48.06 seconds

Katrina Andrews – 126.92

Jacob McEwan129.95

Tristan

Lady Logger of the Day – Debbie Barstad

Male Logger of the Day – Angus Woodman

Sportsman of the Day – Jacob Hansen

 

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