Wood car rally results

The event was held beside Town Appreciation Barbeque, in part, to commemorate over 60 years of scouting in Millet.

  • Sep. 28, 2016 5:00 p.m.

Ramps from 1st Wetaskiwin Scouts, obtained by the 1st Millet Scouts, and from the 1st Leduc Scouts.

Track was run by Cub Scout Leader Mark Sartison.

Preliminaries:

First Heat: Colton Szigli and Braedy Mardy

Winner: Colton Szigli

Second Heat: Eastyn Mardy and Berlyn Dziewiontkowski

Winner: Eastyn Mardy

Third Heat: Owen Sakaluk and Dax Dziewiontkowski

Winner: Owen Sakaluk

Forth Heat: Joanna Szigli, Chazz Dziewiontkowski, and James Klooster

Winner: James Klooster

Fifth Heat: Ashlee Sakaluk and Jack Szigli

Winner: Ashlee Sakaluk

Sixth Heat: Ethan Sakaluk, Caylie Klooster, and Sam Klooster

Winner: Sam Klooster

Semi-Finals:

First Heat: Colton Szigli and Eastyn Mardy

Winner: Colton Szigli

Second Heat: Owen Sakaluk and James Klooster

Winner: James Klooster

Third Heat: Ashlee Sakaluk and Sam Klooster

Winner: Sam Klooster

Runner-race:

Eastyn Mardy, Owen Sakaluk, and Ashlee Sakaluk

Winner: Ashlee Sakaluk with her car ‘Pikachu’

Final:

First: Sam Klooster with his car ‘Son of Thunder’

Second: James Klooster with his car ‘The Orbiter’

Third: Colton Szigli with his car ‘Monster Truck’

Creativity:

First Place: Caylie Klooster with her car ‘Music Machine’

Second Place: Berlyn Dziewiontkowski with her car ‘Princess Lava’

Town Council Races:

First race: Mayor Tony Wadsworth and Councilor Pat Garrett

Winner: Mayor Tony Wadsworth

Second race: Councilor Eleanor Pydde and Councilor Carol Sadoroszney

Winner: Eleanor Pydde

Final race: Mayor Tony Wadsworth, Councilor Eleanor Pydde, and Councilor Carol Sadoroszney

Winner: Eleanor Pydde

Winner vs Winner:

Eleanor Pydde and Sam Klooster

Winner: Sam Klooster

The event was held beside Town Appreciation Barbeque, in part, to commemorate over 60 years of scouting in Millet.

Next Registration night for the 1st Millet Scouts on the 13th of September, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Millet Scout Hall; 780-387-4841.

 

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