Oregon Trail Days Horseshoe Tournament Results
     2016-07-15      By The Gering Citizen    editor@geringcitizen.com
Ryan Fox/Gering Citizen
A total of 28 horseshoe pitchers and 14 teams competed in the Oregon Trail Days Horseshoe Tournament. In Class A, the winners included Chris Standing Bear and Nick Todd in first place; Sid Dubs and Russ Todd in second; and Rex Wheeler and Les McKnight in third. In Class B, Santos De Los Santos and Tanner Shaw took first place, Derek “Dookie” Welchin and Joe Shaske finished second, and Vincent De Los Santos and Nick Shaw were third.

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