National Championship Cow Chip Throwing Contest brings out area’s top dung slingers PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 18 April 2011 15:55

 

This past weekend was set aside as the Cimarron Territory Celeration and the World Championship Cow Chip Throw®™ in Beaver, Okla. at the Beaver County Fairgrounds. In the men’s division, TOP LEFT, John Elfers, left, won with a throw of 145 feet and 11 inches. James Pratt took second and Mark Tillman third. In the women’s division. RIGHT, Terri Welty, Pratt’s daughter, took first place with a recorded throw of 105 feet and 3 inches. Second was Guymon High School Councelor Dana Martin and third place went to Laura Frazier of Maryland. In the Team Division, Lipscomb Land and Cattle took first place with a combined throw of 249 feet and 8 inches. Second was Lickety Split, followed by the Forgan Fire Department. In the VIP Division, Rob Collette, Tulsa News Channel 8 camera man and former University of Tulsa baseball player took first place with a throw of 122 feet and 5 inches. Liberal’s Vice Mayor and 102.7 The Legend disc jockey Joe Denoyer threw for second place and Channel 8 anchorman Bert Mummalo took third place. Courtesy photos/Brent Lansden

 
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