Zoar Mosquito Festival resultsAugust 6, 2019
From Local Sources
ZOAR — Here are the results from events at the Zoar Mosquito Festival, which took place Friday through Sunday.
Winner: Isaiah Bolin with fire engine.
Sack race — ages 12 and younger: first, Kenley Frick; second, Scout Reese; third, Maddie Wright.
Sack race — ages 13 and younger: first, Elliot Fisher; second, Luke Mogan.
Three-legged race — ages 12 and younger: first, Chloe O’Brien and Julie Evans; second, Mya Blackgrove and Maddie Wright; third (tie), Kenley Frick/Lea Reatursohn and Kaden Meunier/Caydan Leisnam.
Three-legged race — ages 13 and older: Emma Ferguson and Kelly Evans; second, Elliot Fisher and Jackson Corbett; third, A.J. Corlett and Sara Kahle.
Egg toss — ages 12 and younger: Kaden Meunier and Caydan Leisman; second, Wyatt Polley and Gavin Hubster; third, Harper Ferguson and Amerynn Fetter.
Egg toss — ages 13 years and older: first, Allison Bieker and Jesse Evans; second, Seth Yates and Heath Reller.
Water balloon — ages 12 and younger: first, Connor Reller and Clayton Kippenbrock; second, Anstin Vonderheide and Collin Brush; third, Kenley Frick and Ellia Neunier.
Water balloon — ages 13 and older: first, Valarie White and Seth Yates; second, Brad and Kim Beck; third, Rhegann Fetter and Matt Messmer.
Kids’ tractor pull
Ages 3 and 4: first, Quentin Klessing; second, Henry Humbert; third, Jovi Kirk.
Ages 5 and 6: first, Preston Kleibing; second, Bently Hunfert; third, Max Marshall.
Ages 7 through 10: first, Addyson Rainey; second, Parker Goeppner; and third, Chase O’Brien.
Children’s Division — potted plant: blue, Amerynn Fetter, red, Brody Barrett. Bouquet: blue, Alias Ambrose. Single bloom: Laylah Black, blue and champion of division. Single stem, multiple blooms: blue, Brody Barrett; red, Felix Walton.
Adult Division — potted plant: Tina Fetter, blue and champion of division. Bouquet: Kernsten Miller, red. Potted plant: Debbie Frick, blue. Bouquet: Leah Hayworth, blue and champion; Leah Hayworth, Rachel Hughes and Karen Miller, blue.
Single bloom: Debbie Frick, blue; Delores Hemmer, blue and best.
Winners: Corbett Wolf and Slone Reed.
Appliqué: first, Beau Linne (tractor); second, Roberta Wellmeyer (pansy); third, Ryia Linne (hearts).
Old: first, Delores Hemmer (pattern unknown); second, Decia Linne (roses).
Pieced: first, Delores Hemmer (schoolhouse); second, Katie Katterhenry (unknown design).
Baby: Decia Linne (animals).
Machine quilted: Katie Katterhenry.
Print quilted: Dorita Frick.
Quilted bedspread: Kyle and Tara Frick.
Best overall: Delores Hemmer (old quilt).
Youth Division: JCards with Ethan Marcum, Maverick Wright, Anstin Vonderheide, Cowen Hoppenjans, Grayson Bolling, Collin Brush, Landry Russell, Aiden Duncan and Lucas Dooley.
Junior Division: Braves with Carter Kemper, Corbin Kemper, Brody Julian, Pay Bailey, Ethan Hall, Luke Nonte and Garrett Reid.
Adult Division: Elev8n Celebr 8 with Luke Stetter, Connor Craig, Neil Messmer, Cam O’Bryan, Chad O’Bryan, Payton Mattingly and Evan Julian.
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