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Welty Wins Again In Beaver

KSCB News - April 22, 2012 5:36 pm

The 43rd Annual Cimarron Territory Celebration �??Cow Chip Days�?� culminated on Saturday with the Annual, �??World Championship Cowchip Throw�?� at the Beaver Fairgrounds. Dung Slingers from all over the area, including some from as far away as Florida, participated in the event. Teams, individuals and VIP�??s came together on Saturday to throw cow chips with the event being sponsored by the Beaver Chamber Of Commerce. In the Individual Division on the Womens side, taking first place was Terri Welty of Buffalo OK with a throw of 101 feet 8 inches. In second was Ellie Bridwell, her toss was 97 feet 2 inches. Third Place went to Dana Martin of Guymon OK, with a throw of 95 feet 3 inches. In the Men�??s Division, Adam Pryor of Stillwater OK walked away a winner with a toss of 130 feet 6 inches. He defeated James Pratt who threw 123 feet for second and Mark Tillman who�??s throw landed at 122 feet 5 inches, good enough for third place. In the VIP Division, Joe Denoyer took First place with a throw of 85 feet. In the Team Division The Beaver Fire Department reigned supreme with a combined effort of 491 feet 2 inches. Libscomb Land and Cattle Company was second with their throws totaling 391 feet 1 inch, and in third was the 4 H�??s with 337 feet 8 inches. Beaver Chamber President, Tammy Cline stated it appear number of throwers were up as were attendees to watch the competition.


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